MP Medical Admission 2015 Merit List
Govind Kumar, 21 Aug 2015, #NEET
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MP Medical Admission 2015 Merit List - The admission merit list of MP Medical Admission 2015 will be basis for admission to MBBS and BDS seats in Medical and Dental Colleges of Madhya Pradesh. Candidates who are residents of Madhya Pradesh and appeared in AIPMT 2015 are eligible for participating in counselling procedure. 

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The admission to MBBS and BDS seats will be done as per the candidate’s rank in state merit list of Madhya Pradesh. The qualifying marks for the reserved category candidates is a  minimum of 50% in AIPMT 2015 along with the qualifying higher secondary (+2) examination marks of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. While for the reserved SC/ST/OBC category candidates, a minimum of 40% marks in AIPMT 2015 is required. In case of Inter-Se-Merit, as per which, when two or more students score equal marks, selection of candidate is done on the basis of their age. A candidate who is older is considered as senior in the merit.

MP Medical Admission 2015 Merit List will be the basis for admission to as many as 593 MBBS and BDS seats in 7 medical and dental colleges of Madhya Pradesh. Candidates can check the MBBS and BDS seats in Medical and Dental Colleges of Madhya Pradesh from the table given below. The 30% of the total is reserved for the female candidates.

Medical College





Grand Total

G.M.C. Bhopal






G.R.M.C. Gwalior






M.G.M.M.C. Indore






N.S.C.B.M.C. Jabalpur






S.S.M.C. Rewa






B.K.M.C. Sagar






GOVT.Dental College Indore












Candidates will be called for Madhya Pradesh Medical 2015 counselling according to their rank in merit list. The Madhya Pradesh Medical 2015 counselling will be conducted from August 24 for allotment of MBBS and BDS seats in 6 Medical and 1 dental College of Madhya Pradesh.

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