Maharashtra PGM CET Selection Process 2017

MH PGM CET 2017 Selection Process

PG Medical Seats From Government / Corporation Medical Colleges

  • The seats available for admission to medical postgraduate courses will be distributed as 50% to all India Quota & remaining 50 % to the State Quota. From the State quota 25% PG Degree & 25% Diploma Seats from Government Medical Colleges will be distributed to the In-Service Candidates of Public Health Department and ESIS Department as per GR. No. MED 1013/CR 137/13/Edu-2 dated 6 Jan, 2015.
  • Available State quota seats ( after excluding All India Quota & In- service quota ) will be distributed in accordance to constitutional reservation policy of state.
  • The specified reservation under Persons With Disability ( PWD ) category shall be filled. In-Service seats distribution for In-service BMC Candidates will be as per the policy of BMC and these seats will be exclusively from the BMC Medical Colleges.

PG Medical Seats From Private unaided Medical Colleges and Minority Institutions 

  • The seats available for admission to Post graduate Medical Courses shall be as stipulated by the appropriate authority and declared by Government from time to time.
  • The institute wise availability of the seats will be as per Postgraduate Regulation of Medical Council of India ( MCI ) and MUHS, Nashik.

State Merit List

  • The Competent Authority will prepare a State Merit List of eligible candidates on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidate at the PGM – CET 2017.
  • For In-Service Candidates, of Medical the Competent Authority will prepare a State Merit List separately indicating State Merit List number, name, marks scored, category, category merit number, of the candidate. The same will be made available to the respective Authorities / Establishments ( DHS, ESIS, BMC & DMER ), and also available on the Website of www.dmer.org
  • To be eligible for selection to Medical Postgraduate courses a candidate belonging to General category must secure not less than 50% Marks and candidate belonging to Constitutional Reservation category & Constitutional Reservation category with Persons with disability ( PWD ) claim must secure not less than 40% Marks at PGM – CET 2017. Persons with Disability ( PWD ) from General category must secure not less than 45% Marks at PGM – CET 2017.

Tie-breaker for PGM-CET

  1. Determination of the Inter-se-merit of candidates obtaining equal PGM – CET marks. In case of two or more candidates obtaining equal marks in the PGM CET – 2017, the inter – se – merit of such candidates will be determined in the order of preference as under:
  2. The candidate with higher aggregate marks ( converted into percentage ) at First, Second and Third M.B.B.S. Examination ( Part-I & II ) taken together shall be preferred. If the tie still persists,
  3. The candidate with higher aggregate marks ( converted into percentage ) at Third M.B.B.S. Examination ( Part-I & II ) will be preferred. If the tie still persists,
  4. The candidate with higher aggregate marks ( converted into percentage ) at Second M.B.B.S. Examination will be preferred. If the tie still persists,
  5. An older candidate will be preferred over a younger candidate.
  6. While considering I, II, III MBBS marks and aggregate for above purpose, grace marks and/or NSS marks will not be taken into account.

 

Maharashtra PGD CET Selection Process 2017

MH PGM CET 2017 Selection Process

PG Dental Seats From Government / Corporation Dental Colleges

  • The Seat available for admission to Dental Postgraduate Courses will be distribute as 50% to all India Quota and remaining 50% the State Quota. From the State Quota 15% Seats from Government Dental Colleges will be distributed to the dental In-Service Candidates of Government Dental College & Hospital and Government Medical College & Hospital as per Government Resolution.
  • Available State quota seats ( after excluding All India Quota & In – service quota ) will be distributed in accordance to constitutional reservation policy of state. The specified reservation under Persons With Disability ( PWD ) category shall be filled.

PG Dental Seats From Private unaided Dental Colleges and Minority Institutions 

  • The seats available for admission to Post graduate Dental Courses shall be as stipulated by the appropriate authority and declared by Government from time to time.
  • The institute wise availability of the seats will be as per Postgraduate Regulation of Dental Council of India ( DCI ) and MUHS, Nashik.

State Merit List

  • The Competent Authority will prepare a State Merit List of eligible candidates on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidate at the PGD – CET 2017.
  • For In-Service Candidates, of Dental the Competent Authority will prepare a State Merit List separately indicating State Merit List number, name, marks scored, category, category merit number, of the candidate. The same will be made available to the respective Authorities / Establishments ( DHS, ESIS, BMC & DMER ), and also available on the Website of www.dmer.org
  • To be eligible for selection to Dental Postgraduate courses a candidate belonging to General category must secure not less than 50% Marks and candidate belonging to Constitutional Reservation category & Constitutional Reservation category with Persons with disability ( PWD ) claim must secure not less than 40% Marks at PGD – CET 2017. Persons with Disability ( PWD ) from General category must secure not less than 45% Marks at PGD – CET 2017.

Tie-breaker for PGD – CET : Determination of the Inter-se merit of candidates obtaining equal PGD – CET marks.

  1. In case of two or more candidates obtaining equal marks in the PGD CET, the inter – se – merit of such candidates will be determined in the order of preference as under:
  2. The candidate with higher aggregate marks ( converted into percentage ) at First, Second, Third and Final B.D.S. examination ( Semester-I & II ) taken together shall be preferred. If the tie still persists,
  3. The candidate with higher aggregate marks ( converted into percentage ) at Final B.D.S. examination ( Semester-I & II ) will be preferred. If the tie still persists,
  4. The candidate with higher aggregate marks ( converted into percentage ) at Third B.D.S. examination will be preferred. If the tie still persists,
  5. The candidate with higher aggregate marks ( converted into percentage ) at Second B.D.S. examination will be preferred. If the tie still persists,
  6. An older candidate will be preferred over a younger candidate.
  7. While considering I, II, III and Final BDS marks and aggregate for above purpose, grace and / or NSS marks will not be taken into account.

 
 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *