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New Dates for PG Medical and Dental Admission released as per SC orders

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PG Admission new dates released following SC Orders

New Dates for PG Admission released as per SC Orders – The Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test cell on Saturday declared fresh schedule for admissions to the PG medical courses. Following Supreme Court’s orders, the cell had already cancelled the admissions done during the two rounds of NEET PG 2019 counselling as well as NEET MDS 2019 counselling.

 

Now, fresh online process has been initiated from May 11 to fill the preferences for taking admission in medical and dental colleges.

 

As per the new schedule announced by the cell on Saturday, there will be four rounds of admissions. The first one named ‘Revised Round’ will be conducted from May 11 to May 16. Two MOP UP rounds will be conducted following the revised round which are scheduled to be conducted from May 16 to May 22. Finally, the final institution level round will be held on May 21.

 

See: PG Medical Entrance Exams

 

As per the statement of state CET commissioner, the admission process must be completed by May 25 in any case. And It has been advised to all the officials to work hard as the schedule has been framed in the same manner.

 

Moreover, he said, “The deadline for filling fresh preferences was up to 11.59pm on May 13 earlier.”

 

According to the latest notice, filling the preferences is mandatory for all the eligible candidates to participate in the revised admission schedule. The preferences filled before will not be considered and all the eligible candidates who will not fill the fresh preferences will not be considered for the further stages of admissions in PG courses.

 

Any candidate who is eligible for admission in PG courses through NEET 2019 is responsible for submitting the original required documents at the time of admissions. Also, any candidate who joins during these rounds but cancels or resigns the seat afterward will have to bear a penalty of Rs 20 lakhs.

 

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