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JCECEB PGMAT 2016 Residential Requirements
Residential Criteria :
i) The candidate must be a citizen of India, and local resident of Jharkhand as per Memo No. 5 / Miscellaneous – 09 / 2001 ( Domicile ) Off. 2691 / Ranchi, dated 29 / 4 / 02 of Personnel, Administrative Reforms and Rajbhasha Department, Government of Jharkhand, and he / she must have to attach photocopy of Local Resident Certificate issued by the Deputy Commissioner / Sub Divisional Officer ( Civil ) of the state of Jharkhand.
ii) The residential certificate must bear Memo No., date and seal of the issuing authority. Certificate issued by any one other than Sub Divisional Officer – ( Civil ) or Deputy Commissioner of Jharkhand state shall not be entertained and will lead to rejection of his / her claim. No other document in support of his / her claim for residence will be entertained. or
A candidate who is not a permanent resident of Jharkhand, but has passed his MBBS Examination from any University / Medical College of Jharkhand state is also eligible as per the directives of Hon’ble High Court, Patna in CWJC No. 3448 / 2000.
iii) Whose mother / father is a permanent employee of United Nations Organisation and is presently posted in Jharkhand.
iv) A candidate claiming eligibility under this must submit an employment certificate duly signed and issued by the Employer or Head of the Office / Department.
Note : There should be similarity in the address as mentioned in certificates of the candidate and JCECEB PGMAT application form.
Age Limit Criteria :
There is no upper age limit for appearing in PGMAT 2016. ( Vide the directives of Hon’ble High Court, Patna in CWJC No. 3309 / 2000 and 3341 / 2000 ).
No Objection Certificate
A candidate who is in employment either in Government or else – where will be allowed to appear at the test only if he produces a certificate of “No Objection” from his employer with the condition that if selected he will be granted study leave to pursue the course.
However, the candidates who are employees of Government of Jharkhand shall be issued admit card provisionally in the absence of such “No Objection” certificates. But after selection, they will have to either produce relieving certificate from their controlling officer, or furnish an undertaking / affidavit that in case they are selected they shall resign from the service and shall undertake the studies as full time students.
Such undertaking / affidavit is to be filed along with the application form and the relieving letter by the employer shall be submitted on or before the date of admission.
Physical Criteria :
Medical checkup of candidate recommended for admission in all courses will be done by the Board or Institution and after check – up, only fit candidate will be treated as eligible for admission.
JCECEB PGMET 2016 Exam Scheme
Pattern of PGMAT 2016
i) Pattern & Syllabus of the PGMET : The Question Papers for the Examination shall be of MBBS standard and shall cover all the subjects of MBBS Course.
ii) Language of the question papers : Question paper consists in English Language only.
|1||Dates for submission of online applications||15th March, 2018|
|2||Last Dates for submission of online applications||16th April, 2018|
|3||SBI will accept the fees of those applicants whose challan form is generated on||15th March, 2018|
|4||Last Date for SBI will accept the fees of those applicants whose challan form is generated on||21st April, 2018|
|5||PGIMER MD / MS 2018 Entrance Exam||13th May, 2018|
|6||Admission to Courses Close date||31st July, 2018|
JCECEB PGMET 2016 Reservation
1. For the selection of candidates for admission in Post – Graduate Degree / Diploma courses, Reservation Policy / Rules of the Government of Jharkhand prevailing on the date of commencement of counselling will be applicable. Certificate issued by anyone other than Sub Divisional Officer – (Civil) or Dy. Commissioner of Jharkhand State shall not be entertained and will lead to rejection of his / her claim. No other document in support of his / her claim for residence / caste will be entertained. Caste certificate produced by BC – I & BC – II candidates will be valid only if he does not belong to creamy layer & it should be mentioned in caste certificate. The caste certificate format is available on the Board’s website.
2. A candidate claiming admission on seats reserved for SC / ST / BC – I / BC – II will have to obtain / produce caste certificate issued from Dy. Commissioner / Sub Divisional Officer ( Civil ) of the state of Jharkhand.
3. The candidates should clearly mention their respective categories ( General / SC / ST / BC – I / BC – II ) in spaces provided in JCECEB application form. The allotment of seats shall be done on that basis.
4. The category mentioned in the Application Form shall be considered final, in case it differs from other specified places. When there is no claim of category in the spaces provided, then he shall be considered in General Category. The responsibility of forfeiture of reservation claim shall lie on the candidate in case of any mistake ( s ) / carelessness on their part.