UPCMET 2015 Counselling
Updated on Jun 30, 2015 - 5:38 p.m. IST by None
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UPCMET 2015 Counselling-The Second Counselling schedule of UPCMET 2015 has been released by the exam conducting authority. UPCMET 2015 Second round of Counselling is scheduled to be conducted from June 23 to July 25, 2015 in an online mode. All the waitlisted candidates of UPCMET 2015 are eligible to appear in the UPCMET 2015 Second Round of Counselling.

 

Steps of UPCMET 2015 Second Round of Counselling:

  • All the eligible candidates may lock their choices through the website from June 23 to July 25, 2015
  • Step 1- Deposit the Counseling Fee of Rs.1500/= in the Bank Account No. 00831011001218 of UPUMCWA with Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC), Civil Lines, Bareilly (IFSC – ORBC0100083) through Internet Banking on any day latest by July 24, 2015 (Friday) and upload the receipt through the link Off-Centre Online Counseling on the website www.upumcwa.org in between July 23, 2015 & July 24, 2015
  • Step 2- On the next day of uploading the receipt after 10:00 AM, click on the link ‘Off-Centre Online Counseling’ on the website www.upumcwa.org in between July 24, 2015 & July 25, 2015 and enter the ROLL NO., FORM NO. Now, upload the Soft Copies of all the documents (in .jpg format) through the link provided for this purpose. These documents include Marksheet of 10th & 12th and the Caste Certificate (if applicable). Click to proceed and submit your choice of preferences for admission in the member colleges. Link to upload the document will only be activated after the verification of transaction of counseling fee. Print the Choice Submission Report for your records
  • MODE – II: On – Centre Counseling to facilitate the eligible candidates who could not locked their choices through Off-Centre Counseling, the On Centre Counseling will be held on July 26, 2015 (Sunday) from 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM.

The first counselling of UPCMET 2015 was concluded on June 15 with the Round 1 allotment of MBBS/BDS seats in UPCMET 2015. Allotment of MBBS and BDS seats were done strictly on the basis of candidate’s rank in UPCMET 2015 Merit List. UPCMET 2015 Counselling was conducted in both the online and offline mode. 

 

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UPCMET 2015 conducted by Uttar Pradesh Unaided Medical Colleges Welfare Association for admission to undergraduate Bachelor’s of Medicine and Bachelor’s of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor’s of Dental Studies (BDS) in the 14 participating institutes.

Online Counselling of UPCMET 2015:

The eligible candidates can lock their choices online through the official website from June 16, 2015 to June 20, 2015 in four simple steps.

 

Steps of Online Counselling of UPCMET 2015:

  • Deposit of Counselling fee of Rs.1500 in the Bank Account Number 00831011001218 of UPUMCWA with Oriental Bank of Commerce, Civil Lines, Bareilly (IFSC – ORBC0100083) through Internet Banking or NEFT Transaction or CASH Deposit latest by June 19, 2015 (Friday)
  • After the deposition of Counselling fee, Candidates are required to go to the official website and click on the link “ Off Centre Counselling” and upload the receipt through the interface provided using Roll No. and Form No.mentioned on the Admit Card
  • On the next day of uploading the transaction receipt after 10:00 AM, again go to the above mentioned link on the website and upload the soft copies of all the documents (in JPG format). These documents should include Mark sheet of 10th and 12th and the caste certificate (in case of SC/ST/OBC Candidates). Please note in case of BC Candidates, caste certificate must be issued on or after April 1, 2015
  • Submit your choice of preferences for admission in the member college. Choices can only be locked till 20th June 2015 (Saturday)
  • While locking the choices, please check the order of preferences carefully and in case of anomalies, please EDIT the same before LOCKING. The choices once locked will not in any case be allowed to change. Thereafter, PRINT the Choice Submission Report for your records.

Note: The Seat Allotment to such candidates shall be done only after the verification of the Soft Copies of the documents uploaded by them

 

Offline Counselling of UPCMET 2015:

The eligible candidates can attend the offline Counselling of UPCMET 2015 on June 21, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 03:00 PM at different centres. The candidate, in person, may attend the counselling at any of the following centres as per their convenience:

-          Ghaziabad: Silver Line School (Sr. Sec. Branch), A-2/1, Bulandshahr Road, Industrial Area, er Line School (Sr. Sec. Branch), A-2/1, Bulandshahr Road, Industrial Area, Ghaziabad (U.P.)

-          Meerut : Subharti Medical College Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, Subharti Puram, NH- 58, Delhi - Haridwar By Pass Road Meerut - 250005 (U.P.)

-          Lucknow : Shri Guru Nanak Girls Degree College, Gautam Budh Marg, Charbagh, Lucknow (U.P.)

-          Bareilly : The Guru, Mini By-Pass Road (C.B. Ganj to IzatNagar), Near Petrol Pump, Bareilly (U.P.)

Candidates are required to carry the following documents in original (for verification purposes) as well as one photocopy set of the same for submission along with a Counseling Fee of Rs. 1500/= through Cash / DD (in favor of UPUMCWA, payable at Bareilly (U.P.) – 243 001):

  • Admit Card of UPCMET – 2015.
  • Downloaded Mark Sheet / Rank Card of UPCMET – 2015
  • Mark sheet & Certificate of 10th Standard
  • Marksheet & Certificate (if issued) of 12th Standard. If the marksheet is downloaded from the internet, please get the same verified from the Principal of the School from where 12th is passed
  • Caste Certificate, if applicable. In case of BC Category, the same must be issued after April 01, 2015

 

Result of Seat Allotment and Reporting:

The result of Seat Allotment shall be declared on the official on June 22, 2015 (Monday). The candidates have to report to the allotted institution with the Seat Allotment Letter (Downloaded from the website), all the original documents and the requisite fee of the allotted institution for the MBBS – First Year in academic session 2015 – 16. Last Date of reporting in allotted institution will be mentioned on the Seat Allotment Letter, failing which the allotment will stand cancelled

 

 

Admissions to Uttar Pradesh Unaided Medical Colleges will be done on the basis of the UPCMET 2015 result. There are around 1450 MBBS seats at 14 participating institutes in UPCMET 2015.

 

 As per the official notification, UPCMET 2015 will enroll candidates for as many as 1450 MBBS program, via its counselling process.

 

Stay tuned to www.medicine.careers360.com for more information on UPCMET 2015 Counselling

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