UP DGME releases revised counselling schedule for PC PNDT 6 Months training course
Lucknow: The Directorate of Medical Education and Training Uttar Pradesh (UP DGME) has published the revised schedule for admission for Pre-conception and Pre-natal diagnostic techniques (PC & PNDT) 6 Months training.
Candidates who are vying for admission to PCPNDT course in UP based colleges can view the revised schedule
Revised Schedule for the Pre-conception and Pre-natal diagnostic techniques (PC & PNDT) 6 Months training counselling is as follows:-
Choice filling – 13th Nov 2019 from 10 am to 14th Nov 2019
Declaration of result -15 Nov 2019
Downloading allotment letter and date of admission – 18th Nov 2019 to 22th Nov 2019
1- All terms and conditions are the same as per UP NEET PG-2019 Govt order dated 09th March 2019 and UP NEET PG-2019 brochure.
2- Candidates will have to produce certificates in original as well as one self-attested photocopy of all documents at the time of admission in the allotted college otherwise allotment will be canceled.
3- Candidates should register for PC & PNDT counseling by depositing Rs 1000/- online by net banking/debit card/ credit card on the NIC website https://upneet.gov.in
4- Candidates should complete their admission process by submitting their original documents in allotted medical college.
5- After choice filling candidates should lock the choices otherwise not consider for the process.
6- For further important and detailed information kindly visit the website.
Earlier, the UP DGME had released the list of NEET 2019 admitted candidates for this academic year in its 24 medical colleges.
For more information and regular updates from UP DGME, click the link of the official website of the counselling authority mentioned below:-
Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that to strengthen the medical education sector of the state, the Uttar Pradesh government is working on the plan to establish 15 more new medical colleges from 2020. The information to this effect was announced by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath
Mentioning the work done by the State government in the medical sector, the Chief Minister said only 12 medical colleges were set up between 1947 and 2012. The government is building 15 new medical colleges across the State, out of which seven colleges have already been opened.
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