PIMS Medical 2015 Counselling
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PIMS Medical 2015 Counselling-The Counselling of PIMS Medical 2015 was concluded on June 26 with the Round 1 allotment of MBBS/BDS seats in PIMS Medical 2015. Allotment of MBBS and BDS seats were done strictly on the basis of candidate’s rank in PIMS Medical 2015 Merit List. The exam conducting authority will release the second counselling schedule of PIMS Medical 2015 tentatively in the month of July, 2015.

 

Candidate’s who had appeared in PIMS Medical 2015 entrance exam and Counselling can check below for the first round seat allotment result of PIMS Medical 2015:

 

 

PIMS Medical 2015 Counselling was conducted from June 23 to June 26, 2015. The PIMS Medical 2015 Counselling was conducted in an offline mode. The Counselling of PIMS Medical 2015 has been conducted for allotment of 125 Medical and 100 Dental seats in the University. Candidates who had qualified in PIMS Medical 2015 entrance exam as per the merit list were eligible to appear in the PIMS Medical 2015 Counselling Procedure.

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All the candidates who have secured merit number from 1 to 1193 in the merit list of PIMS Medical 2015 are required to attend the counseling session at 9 AM as per the following time table:

Date

Day

Merit Number

June 23, 2015

Tuesday

001 to 267

June 24, 2015

Wednesday

268 to 577

June 25, 2015

Thursday

578 to 874

June 26, 2015

Friday

875 to 1193

 

Counselling Venue of PIMS Medical 2015

PIMS, Loni 413736, Tal-Rahata, Dist. Ahmednagar, Maharashtra

The procedure for Counselling, admission and allotment of waiting list of PIMS Medical 2015 has been divided into two phases, i.e. Morning Session for Verification and Scrutiny of Documents and Afternoon session for Personal Interview and Counselling.

PIMS Medical 2015 Counselling Instructions:

  • The actual admission in PIMS, Loni will depend upon the number of seats available when candidate’s turn comes in order of his/her Rank in PIMS MEDICAL 2015 exam

  • Candidates are required to remain physically present on the day and time of counseling along with the required original documents and Demand Draft for payment of full fees

  • If candidates are unable to present for the counseling due to some unforeseen circumstances, he/she can authorize a representative along with the authorization letter

Documents to be needed at the time of PIMS Medical 2015 Counselling:

Candidates are required to bring the following original documents along with the two attested sets of their photocopies:

  • PIMS AICET UG 2015 Hall Ticket

  • PIMS AICET UG 2015 Statement of Marks

  • Nationality Certificate / Valid passport / Domicile Certificate

  • Certificate of Birth / Age (S.S.C. Passing Certificate / Valid Passport

  • S.S.C. / Equivalent Statement of Marks and Certificate

  • H.S.C. / Equivalent Statement of Marks and Certificate

  • Bonafide and Character Certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended

  • Gap Certificate (if passed 10+2 in or before 2014)

  • Medical fitness certificate from a registered Medical practitioner

  • Caste validity certificate (by candidates belonging to all Backward class)

  • Passport (In case of Foreign National/ Wards of person of Indian origin /Wards of NRI)

  • Migration certificate

  • Six passport size colour photographs

  • Leaving / Transfer Certificate

  • Photo identity proof (School identity card / driving licence etc.)

  • AIU (Association of Indian Universities) Equivalence certificate (if studied under foreign system in India)

Morning Session for Verification and Scrutiny of Documents:

  • The candidate should report before 10.30 AM at counseling centre on scheduled date for completing the process of scrutiny/verification of original documents

  • The attendance of the candidates present for Scrutiny/verification of documents will be recorded between 9 AM to 10.30 AM. If candidate fails to report before 10.30 AM, he/she will be considered as absent for counseling and his/her claim will not be entertained for admission process & subsequent rounds

  • Once the attendance is recorded, candidate should not leave the Hall/Location for any reason unless they have completed the Verification/scrutiny of documents.

  • Verification/Scrutiny form should be signed by the Candidate/Authorized representative or parent/guardian. In the verification form candidates are required to specify their preference of course

  • The choice/preference of course once entered in the verification form shall be final and irreversible. This final data shall be used for entire selection process for admission to first year MBBS/BDS courses

  • After verification has been completed for all the candidates who have reported before 10.30 AM, admission process will commence at 2 PM as per AICET merit of the candidates who have reported for verification/counseling

Afternoon Session for Personal Interview and Counselling:

  • After verification has been completed, all eligible candidates must report for personal interview & to complete admission process which begins at 2 PM on the same day

  • If candidate fails to report at 2 PM on the same day, his/her selection will be cancelled and his/her claim for admission will be forfeited. The available seat will be offered to the next candidate in the order of merit

  • The attendance of candidates present for Personal Interview will be recorded at 2 PM

  • Once the attendance is recorded candidate should not leave the Hall/Location for any reason unless they have completed personal Interview/admission process

  • During personal interview, the identity of candidate will be verified from the Photograph, fingerprints & signature of candidate obtained during the entrance test.

  • In case the identity of candidate does not match, this will be treated as attempt of impersonation and the candidate will be disqualified from admission process and legal action will be initiated

  • If a vacancy in the desired course exists and candidate is found eligible for admission to that course, provisional Admission Letter will be given to the candidate with instructions to complete all other formalities with the student section, Legal Section and Accounts Section immediately on the same day

  • If vacancy in the desired course does not exist, candidate will be wait-listed for that course & the waiting list acknowledgement will be given to the candidate. If desired, candidate can also be admitted to course of his second preference if vacancy exists. However, this will not affect his status of his first choice for which he has been short listed

  • A separate record of wait-listed candidates will be maintained indicating Name of the Candidate, Merit Number & Waiting List Number

PAYMENT OF FEES : If candidate is found eligible and offered admission to a course, they will have to pay full tuition fee  by Demand Draft drawn on Nationalized bank in favour of PRAVARA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, Loni drawn on bank as indicated below..

Drawn on Bank

Branch Code

Payable at

State Bank of India 
Loni Branch

6322

Loni-413736 Tal:Rahata Dist:Ahmednagar (MS)

Central Bank of India
Pravara Medical Trust Loni Branch

3278

Loni-413736 Tal:Rahata Dist:Ahmednagar (MS)

Any Nationalised Bank

-

Pune Service Branch

For convenience, the candidate is advised to bring two separate demand draft of Rs. 3,90,000/- and Rs. 4,05,000/-.i.e. total of Rs. 7,95,000.00

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