Odisha Medical Admission 2015 Counselling
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The first round of Odisha Medical Admissions 2015 has been conducted on September 06, 2015. Candidates, who are given with provisional admissions to Medical and Dental colleges of Odisha can check below for the next step pf admission procedure. Counselling for admissions to MBBS and BDS programme in the Medical and Dental Colleges of Odisha has been done on the basis of domicile candidate’s score in AIPMT 2015 Result.Candidates must note that no application forms of Odisha medical admissions will be available and online registrations for Odisha Medical Admission 2015 Counselling will act as an application form. The second round of Odisha Medical Admissions 2015 Counselling is scheduled to be held on Septmber 15, 2015 followed by the third round on September 20, 2015.

 

Candidates who have given provisional admissions on the basis of the first counselling can check below tfor the next procedure of Odisha Medical Admissions 2015:

 

Venue for Provisional admissions

OJEE CELL, Gandamunda, Bubhaneswar

Time: 10:00 AM

Candidates provisionally allotted

Important Dates

MBBS in VSS Institute of Medical Science and Research, Burla

September 07, 2015

MBBS in MKCG Medical College & Hospital, Berhampur

September 08, 2015

MBBS in SCB Medical College & Hospital, Cuttack

September 09, 2015

MBBS in Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar

September 10, 2015

BDS in different Medical Colleges

September 11, 2015

 

The following document to be verified and submitted at the venue:

  • Provisional Allotment letter
  • Original 10th Board Certificate
  • Original 10+2 Science Pass Certificate and Mark Sheet
  • Original CLC/School Leaving Certificate
  •  AIPMT downloaded mark / Rank card
  • Any valid Identity proof
  • Demand Draft of prescribed admission fees

The fees to be deposited by candidate at venue for provisional admission as Demand Draft (DD)

  • Government Medical / Dental Colleges: Rs 30, 000/- (Thirty thousand only)
  • Private Dental Colleges: Rs 2, 50, 000/- (Two lakh fifty thousand only)
  • Private Medical Colleges: Rs 5, 50, 000/- (Five lakh fifty thousand only)

The DD should be in favour of OJEE - 2015 drawn on any Scheduled Bank payable at Bhub

 

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The candidate who are domicile of Odisha and have qualified  with the following marks in the AIPMT 2015 Result, are eligible for Counselling, Choice filling and locking for Odisha Medical Admission 2015 :

Category

Unreserved (General)

Physically Challenged

SC/ST

Marks

50%

45%

40%

 

Step by step registration for Odisha Medical Counselling:

  • All the qualified candidates are required to register themselves by creating a User Name and Password
  • The candidate has to fill the online registration form and take a print out of it
  • The last date for online registration is August 28, 2015
  • The candidate have to appear at the document verification centre
  • Document verification is scheduled to held from August 29 to September 1, 2015

At Document verification, commonly known as Nodal centre

  • The candidate has to deposit a non-refundable demand drat of Rs.10,000, as a Counselling fee amount, in favour of “OJEE-2015” drawn on any scheduled bank payable at Bhubaneswar
  • The relevant document of the candidate will be verified:

Original will be verified and one set of self-attested copy has to be submitted

-10th board certificate and mark sheet

-+2 Science pass certificate and mark sheet

-College/School leaving certificate

-Nativity/Resident certificate of Odisha

-SC/ST certificate by birth issued by the competent authority

- Green issued by the Family welfare dept. Govt. of India

-Ex service man certificate issued by Rajya Sainik Board, Bhubaneswar

-Document issued by PC Board

After document verification and mark entry, the lock choice option will be enabled. Candidates have to lock their choices online in candidate site. Only candidates successfully verified their documents at nodal centers will be allowed to participate in on line choice locking.

  • When you are opening the choice option page, you will see two options on the bottom
  • “Save” and “Next” two buttons. When you are selecting choices, use save button as many times. When you have completed the job completely, click “Next”
  • One page will be opened, where you can see the choices you have opted, serially based on your preference. If you are not satisfied with your filled choices, click “Back” and modify the choices. You can save your choices several times. If you are satisfied, then click “Save and Lock”
  • When you are finally locking your choice, you will get One Time Password (OTP) message on your mobile number given. Please write this OTP in the prescribed Text field and then press “Submit” button. This will lock your choices finally and safely

Candidates who fail to lock their choice will not be allotted any seat even his/her name appears in the merit list.( Please follow the above procedure whenever you are exercising options and be sure that you are doing it correctly). If your choice page is blank, you are not going to get any seat, whatever may be your rank.

  • Seats will be allotted strictly on basis of merit & choice
  • After publication of result of a particular round of counselling, a candidate should complete the process of provisional admission by submitting the followings at OJEE Cell, Gandamunda, Bhubaneswar
  • The candidate will be given the print out of

-Acknowledgement of receipt of the above items

-Provisional Admission Letter

 

Round 2 Counselling for vacant seats

  • The candidates who have successfully verified their documents at Nodal Center will participate
  • The following types of candidates will participate

-          The un allotted candidates of round -1

-          The allotted candidates of round -1 who are provisionally admitted after round – 1 and are interested for up-gradation of the seat based on vacancy available

-          The allotted candidates of round -1 who are not provisionally admitted in round 1

 

These candidates can exercise their choice and lock at candidate site. Candidates who have already taken admission in a category in round -1 are not allowed to change the seat to another category in the same college. If a candidate has taken admission in counseling on a particular round but allotted another seat in subsequent round of counseling due to his/her participation and choice locking then the earlier admission is automatically cancelled.

 

NOTE: All the selected candidates shall be required to deposit above original certificates with the institution where they get admission.

 

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