NEET 2019: UP DGME releases Schedule for Round 2 MBBS Counselling
Uttar Pradesh: The Directorate of Medical Education and Training Uttar Pradesh (UP DGME) has released the Schedule for the Round 2 MBBS Counselling 2019.
Candidates who are vying for admission to MBBS and BDS courses can view the counselling schedule mentioned below as uploaded on the official website of UP DGME.
|Date of Online Registration||15 July 2019 ( from 1.00 pm) to 18 July 2019|
|Expected date of Declaration of Merit List||19 July 2019|
|Date of Deposit Security Money||22nd July 2019 to 25th July 2019 (from 9: am to 5:00 pm)|
|Date for choice filling||29 July 2019 (from 3:00 pm) to 31st july,2019|
|Declaration of the result of seat allotment||2nd August 2019|
|Downloading of the allotment letters and Admission||5th August 2019 to 9th August 2019|
Medical Dialogues had earlier reported about the 5 new medical colleges to start by July-end in UP, 1000 MBBS seats to be added the details are as follows;
Five new medical colleges will be opened by the end of this month in Uttar Pradesh, Medical Education Minister Ashutosh Tandon had stated. He said 1,000 MBBS seats will also be increased in the state this year from the present 1,990.
“New medical colleges will be opened in Shahjahanpur, Ayodhya, Basti, Ferozabad and Bahraich districts,” Tandon told reporters during his visit to Vrindaban.
After coming to power, the Yogi Adityanath government had announced setting up of 13 medical colleges in the state, of which eight has already started to function and five will be opened this month.
“Since Independence, there were only 13 medical colleges in the state but the BJP government has opened 13 more in the last two years under the steward leadership of Yogi Adityanath,” he added. Sharing details of the increase in the number of seats, Tandon said while the five new medical colleges have been allotted 100 seats each, the Government Institute of Medical Sciences in Greater Noida and Badayun Medical College have also been allotted 100 seats each.
Further, 300 seats more seats have been allotted in the medical colleges for the Economically Weaker Sections or EWS category.
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