PG Medical Admissions 2019: MP DME releases Revised Counselling Schedule; Details
Bhopal: The Department of Medical Education Madhya Pradesh (DME MP) has published the revised schedule for second, mop up and CLC rounds for MP NEET PG 2019 Counselling for PG medical courses.
Candidates who intend to pursue PG medical courses from the MP based medical institutes can update themselves with the Revised schedule for second, mop up and CLC rounds for NEET PG 2019 Counselling mentioned below.
MP STATE COMBINED NEET PG COUNSELLING (MD/MS/DIPLOMA) -NEET PG 2019.
|1||Second Round Allotment Result||04-05-2019|
|2||Reporting at allotted college in person for documents verifications and admission.||05-05-2019 to 08-05-2019 (05:00 PM)|
|3||Resignation/Cancellation of admission at college level||05-05-2019 to 08-05-2019 (05:00 PM)|
|MOP UP Round|
|1||Publication of vacancy chart for MOP UP round||09-05-2019|
|2||Choice filling and choice locking for MOP UP (*compulsory)||09-05-2019 to 10-05-2019 (12:00 Midnight)|
|3||MOP UP Round Allotment||12-05-2019|
|4||Admission Process||12-05-2019 to 15-05-2019 (05:00 PM)|
|COLLEGE LEVEL ADMISSION AGAINST STRAY VACANCIES**|
|1||Publication of vacancies and list of eligible candidate for filling of Stray vacancy .||16-05-2019|
|2||Invitation of online application (choice-filling) by eligible candidate on portal against vacancies||16-05-2019 to 17-05-2019 (12:00 Midnight)|
|3||Attendence and document submission by applicant candidate||18-05-2019 (12:00 to 3:00 PM)|
|4||Admission (selected candidate as per attendence merit)||18-05-2019 (03:00 to 07:00 PM)|
Note:- Compulsory* :- Fresh choice filling is must. Candidates who do not exercise fresh choice filling will not be considered for allotment processing.
Note:- **Real time display of Merit subject/college wise after Choice filling and Locking available at Portal.
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Earlier, Medical Dialogues had reported that the PG medical counselling for MD, MS and Diploma courses at private and government medical colleges across Madhya Pradesh had been halted by the State High Court.
The HC bench of honourable Justices R S Jha and Sanjay Dwivedi, in its observation, had also directed the Directorate of Medical Education (DME) to maintain the status of NRI (Non-Resident Indian) quota seats.