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AFMC Pune PG Medical Admissions: Stray Vacancy Round to be held on May 2nd, Check out details
New Delhi: Armed Force Medical College (AFMC) has released the postgraduate medical course (MD/MS) admission notice through central counselling for stray vacancy round. As per the notice, the counselling process will be held on 2nd May 2022 at AFMC Pune. Therefore, priority III, IV, and V candidates to report at Dhanvantari Auditorium at AFMC, Pune, at 7.30 am with an empty stomach on that...
New Delhi: Armed Force Medical College (AFMC) has released the postgraduate medical course (MD/MS) admission notice through central counselling for stray vacancy round.
As per the notice, the counselling process will be held on 2nd May 2022 at AFMC Pune. Therefore, priority III, IV, and V candidates to report at Dhanvantari Auditorium at AFMC, Pune, at 7.30 am with an empty stomach on that day. Any candidate reporting after 9:00 am will not be allowed to enter.
For the stray vacancy round, 3 seats are available at AFMC Pune.
Following is the seat matrix –
1. General surgery – 2
2. Physiology – 1
If any additional seat arises before 2nd May, 2022 will be updated on the website.
Eligibility Criteria –
1. The candidates must be a citizen of India.
2. Candidates not holding any seats in All India counselling.
3. Only priority III/ IV/V candidates of the AFMS matrix will apply. Registration at the MCC website for the Mop-Up round is mandatory. No fresh registration is needed for this round. Priority I/II are not eligible for this round.
4. Age criteria for the sponsored candidates will be as per the Government of India rule, and for civilian candidates, the maximum age should be 30 years as of 31st December 2022.
5. Candidates must have MBBS Degree registered with State Medical Council or MCI.
6. Candidates who have completed internships by 30th September 2021 can apply along with a provisional registration certificate.
7. The candidate must have appeared in NEET- PG 2021 and scored a minimum of 35% score.
Non-eligibility criteria -
1. Candidates note that those already pursuing any post-graduate course shall not be eligible for admission to another PG course in the academic year 2021.
2. Candidates whose name is not there in the list of AFMS registered candidates for the Mop-Up round forwarded by MCC will not be eligible for this counselling.
There is no reservation based on caste/ religion etc., and the selection will be purely based on merit. The number of candidates to be admitted in any discipline will be determined by the number of PG teachers available, the student-teacher ratio, and any other criteria laid down by the NMC/ affiliated universities from time to time. The exact number of available seats will be communicated to the counselling committee prior to the counselling session. As per Government of India instructions on the subject, candidates admitted will have a service liability/bond liability binding.
The order of preference is as follows –
1. Medical officers sponsored by Para Military Forces/ other Government. of India org.
2. Ex-SSC AFMS officers released from service after completion of contractual service, within 3 years after the release from service for the session starting from 1st February 2022. The date has been extended due to the COVID pandemic. The date of release should not be before 1st May 2018.
3. Officers who have resigned from the commission/ dismissed/ removed from service, or not completed the contractual service are not eligible under this category.
1. Civilian doctors willing to serve in the Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) for 5 years after completing the course, subject to fulfilling the eligibility criteria.
2. The candidate will have to execute a bond agreement to pay an amount as sanctioned by the Government of India at the time of admission, in case unwilling to join AFMS, when offered commission on completion of the course.
Instruction for the candidates –
1. Candidates have to register for AFMS institutes on the DGHS website (MCC website www.mcc.nic.in) for centralised counselling.
2. Candidates should ascertain their eligibility criteria. Final eligibility will be ascertained at the time of admission.
3. Civilian doctors (Priority V candidates) will have to undergo a medical examination by a duly constituted medical board to assess their fitness for commission as per laid down criteria and will be admitted only if found fit.
Documents needed –
1. 6 Passport size photographs.
2. Copy of the NEET - PG 2021 admit card.
3. Print out of registration details page from the DGHS website www.mcc.nic.in for counselling.
4. NEET-PG 2021score card as published by NBE.
5. SSLC/ICSE certificate as a valid certificate of proof of age.
6. Nationality certificate/Xerox copy of valid passport and domicile certificate (where applicable)/Birth certificate endorsed with nationality as India.
7. First of final year MBBS mark sheets of the respective university.
8. MBBS pass certificate/degree certificate
9. Internship completion certificate.
10. Permanent/provisional State Medical Council registration certificate.
11. Attempt certificate.
12. Transfer certificate/Migration certificate.
13. Educational Gap affidavit, if any.
14. Allotment letter will be published on the website after counselling is over.
Priority III Candidates -
Subject-specific sponsorship certificate (as per format available on the website) issued by the respective Para Military/ other Government of India organization is mandatory. This has to be produced at the time of counselling, without which candidates shall not be allowed to attend Counseling. During Counseling, eligible candidates will be considered eligible for only those subjects mentioned in their sponsorship certificate duly signed by competent authority delegated by the Head of the respective Organization. An original copy of the sponsorship certificate will be required to be deposited at admission.
Priority IV Candidates -
In the case of Ex-AMC/SSC Officers, release order from Armed Forces Medical Services by DGAFMS/ concerned Medical Directorate and movement order from the last unit for proceeding on release will be required to be shown in original at the time of Counseling and admission. SSC Officers in their last year of contractual service will have to produce their original release order from the Armed Forces Medical Services at the time of Counseling, without which the candidate will not be allowed to attend the Counseling. SSC Officers in their extended contractual service must, in addition, have a copy of the permission letter from the O/o DGAFMS besides the proof of being released from services.
To view the notice, click on https://medicaldialogues.in/pdf_upload/8777439990noticeforafmsstrayvcancycounseling-175304.pdf