Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 Counselling
None, 23 Sep 2015, #NEET
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Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015- The candidates who got admissions to MBBS/BDS programmes in medical and dental colleges of HP University have been informed through the admissions letters which have been uploaded on the University Website www.hpuniv.in to report to their respective colleges for completing the pre-admission requirements and fee payment on or before September 24, 2015. Failing to the above condition, candidate’s seat allotted will be stand cancelled.


Counselling round 2 of Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 was conducted on September 4, 2015 in the offline mode at the University Campus. The HP Medical 2015 counselling round 1 was condcuted from August 27 to 29, 2015. The General combined merit list of Himachal Prdesh Medical 2015 has been released on August 25, 2015. The Counselling cards of HP Medical 2015 are now available online and no call letters will be sent to any candidate by any other means.Candidates who have successfully applied online for Himachal Prdesh Medical 2015 admissions can check the below mentioned Counselling Schedule of Himachal Prdesh MBBS and BDS admissions


Counselling Venue:

Himachal Pradesh Auditorium,

Summer Hill,

Shimla- 171005


To check the Merit List of Himachal Prdesh Medical Admissions- Click Here


Important Guidelines of Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 Counselling: 

  • The candidature of the candidates is purely provisional subject to the fulfillment of eligibility conditions as mentioned in the prospectus which shall have to be finally checked/ verified by the Counselling Committee/ Principal of the Colleges concerned at the time of Counselling/Admission.
  • Merely, the rank assigned in this merit list does not confer any right for admission. The admission of the candidates shall be made subject to fulfillment of the prescribed eligibility conditions of the prospectus and availability of seats in order of merit in Medical/Dental colleges
  • The candidates belonging to the category of ‘Children of J&K Migrants’ and ‘Children of Tibetan Refugees’ falling under General Combined merit shall only be considered for admission under State Quota against the seats reserved for them in the respective category in order of merit, if otherwise eligible
  • The candidates who do not fulfill the prescribed eligibility criteria of the prospectus will only be considered under management Quota Seats as available in the private dental colleges.
  • The candidates who had not submitted copy/print out of the ONLINE application form along with the relevant documents shall bring the same on the day of counseling failing which, their candidature cannot be considered for admission.


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Date of the event

First round of Counselling

August 27 to August 29, 2015

Second round of Counselling

September 4, 2015

Third round of Counselling

September 11, 2015


As per the Merit List released by Himachal Prdesh University, the new ranks has been assigned to the candidates for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses in Government Medical and Dental Colleges cluding private unaided Dental Colleges to fill up 85% and 50% seats respectively under State Quota and 35% Management Quota seats in private unaided Dental Colleges. 


The counseling for Himachal Pradesh Medical Admission 2015 is being conducted by the University on behalf of the State Government (Department of Medical Education & Research) through the Counseling Committee.


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