MGIMS PMT 2016 Counselling
MGIMS PMT 2016 Counselling: The counselling of MGIMS PMT 2016 will be held in two rounds, beginning from September 3. The Counselling will be conducted in an offline mode at university campus of exam conducting authority, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Health Sciences, Wardha. Qualified candidates as per the merit list will be informed through letters and emails in order to participate in MGIMS PMT 2016 counselling process. Candidates who will receive the letters/emails have to communicate exam conducting authority on email@example.com that they have received the invitation for counselling, have read all the instructions and seen the date and time of verification of certificates.
Venue of MGIMS PMT 2016 Counselling Venue
Committee Room of Dean’s Office, MGIMS, Sevagram, Wardha, Maharashtra-442102
Candidates can check below for the important highlights of MGIMS PMT 2016 Counselling:
Qualified candidates have to report to Dean’s office on the specified date and time mentioned on their counselling invitation email or letter
If any candidate fails to report on date and time indicated in the counselling invitation, his/her candidature will stand cancelled and the seat will be transferred to next waitlisted candidate
Guardian or Parents must accompany candidate at the time of counselling of MGIMS PMT 2016 as certain documents must be signed with them
Candidates reporting for counselling have to bring their category certificates with them (if applicable)
Candidates also have to deposit a cheque of Rs.1,00,000 as security fees and deposits
Candidates belonging to SC,ST,VJ and NR have to deposit a cheque of Rs.80,000 as security fees and deposit
The cheques of only State Bank of India and Central Bank of India will be accepted
List of enclosures to be produced at the time of MGIMS PMT counselling 2016:
Candidates have to bring all the original documents as listed below along with three sets of attested copies:
Character Certificate from the institute last attended
Proof of Nationality: Any one of the following
- Nationality Certificate (Format in Prospectus) issued by District Magistrate, Additional District Magistrate or Chief Metropolitan Magistrate
- Domicile Certificate of the student endorsed with Nationality as Indian on it
- A copy of valid Passport of the student duly attested by the Dean / Principal of the College
- Birth Certificate having endorsed with nationality as Indian on it
- H.S.C. School leaving endorsed with nationality as Indian on it
Mark list of 10th Standard
Matriculation / Higher Secondary Certificate issued by University/ Board showing Date of birth
Mark list of 12th Standard or its equivalent examination
Gap certificate: In case the candidate is seeking admission in a year other than the year of passing 12th Standard, then he/she has to give a declaration on a Rs. 50/- stamp paper stating that he/she has not taken admission in any Institute / College during the gap period
If he / she had taken admission he / she has to submit School Leaving Certificate or College Transfer Certificate
Migration Certificate from the University last attended
Migration Certificate from the Board if passed 12th Standard from the Board other than Maharashtra Board
In respect of student seeking admission for the Reserved Seats under Rural Category, 4 certificates should be produced along with the voter list signed by SDO/Tehsildar/Naib Tehsaildar/Competent Authgority
In respect of students belonging to Schedule Caste (SC), Schedule Tribe (ST), Nomadic Tribe, I, II, III, VJ & OBC/SBC
Physically Handicapped - In respect of students seeking admission under reservation for Physically Handicapped
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