The Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Wardha, Maharashtra has invited applications on prescribed form for admission to MBBS course for academic year 2016-17. The candidates shall be selected as per their merit in the entrance examination conducted by MGIMS to be held on 17th April 2016 at Nagpur, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Kolkata. Those students who are going to appear in 10+2 higher secondary board examination in March / April 2016 are also eligible to appear in the competitive entrance examination.
In the entrance examination the paper of physics, chemistry and biology will have multiple choice questions, while that on Gandhian thought will be of long and short answer type. The prospectus and application form with syllabus, question papers of Gandhi an thought for the last 6 years, with model question papers of physics chemistry and biology can be had from the office of the dean either by paying a sum of Rs. 5000 (including exam fee) personally at the cash counter of dean’s office or by remitting a sum of Rs 5000/- (including exam fee) at any branch of state bank of India by challan which can be downloaded from the institute website http://www.mgims.ac.in. The detailed instructions in this regard are also available on the website.
The last date of receipt of filled up application is 18th March, 2016.
The candidate must attain 17 years of age on or before 31st December of the year of admission. The candidate must have passed 12thstandard examination under 10+2 system of Maharashtra state higher secondary education board or equivalent examination of any recognized board or any Indian university with English, physics, chemistry and biology individually in each subject in first attempt. The candidate must have obtained minimum 50% marks (40% in the case of SC/ ST/ VJ/ NT/ OBC) taken together in physics, chemistry and biology.
The admission is subject to any direction given by the Hon’ble supreme court of India, Hon’ble Bombay high court, Maharashtra University of health sciences, Nashik and the medical council of India.
The fee structure in MGIMS is as applicable to the govt. medical colleges in Maharashtra state. The institute does not have any paid seats. All the candidates are selected through all India pre medical entrance examination of MGIMS on merit basis only.
How to apply
Candidates seeking admission to M.B.B.S. course of MGIMS can obtain Prospectus and Application form
(a) Either by paying only Rs 5000 in cash at the Cash counter of Account Section in premises of Administrative Complex of KHS and MGIMS.
(b) or by paying Rs. 5000 to State Bank of India through bank challan.
(c) If the candidate wants to submit the fee by bank challan he should click the link of the bank challan (given below), fill the information required and submit it.
(d) Candidate should mention full name address with pin code number on which the candidate wants to receive the prospectus and phone number for communication in the space provided on the challan form so that the prospectus can be sent to the given address.
(e) The candidate is required to take a printout of the saved copy in landscape on A4 size paper and has to visit the nearest branch of State Bank of India for submission of the required charges.
(f) The Challan form is in three copies and the candidate has to send one original paid copy of the challan form to the “Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, 442102” by speed post.
The prospectus will be sent to the candidate on receipt of the copy of the challan stamped paid by the bank. The cost of application form is same for all the candidates. Fee once submitted for purchasing the prospectus will neither be carried forward to a future date nor refunded under any circumstances. Application once submitted cannot be withdrawn.
Availability of application forms: From 21st December, 2015 to 4th March, 2016
Last date of receipt of filled up application: 18th March, 2016.
Entrance exam: 17th April 2016
For more details, visit http://www.mgims.ac.in
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