Deduction in case of resignation from admitted seat round 1 counselling: MP DME notice
Bhopal: Through a recent notice, the Directorate of Medical Education Madhya Pradesh (DME MP) has informed about the deduction in case of resignation from admitted seat 1st round of counselling for PG medical admissions in the state.
The notice clearly states:
Following deduction will be made from the tution fees deposited by the candidate in case of resignation by the candidate from the admitted seat through 1st round of State P.G. Counseling until two days prior to the commencement of Ilnd round of counseling
1- Candidates of open category — 10% of the tution fee ( Maximum Rs.10,000/-)
2- NRI Candidates — Maximum of Rs. 25,000/-
The MP DME had earlier informed about the fee deposition process for candidates seeking admission to PG medical and dental courses in the state amid the coronavirus outbreak and lockdown.
In view of the prevailing situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic and considering the problems being faced by the allotted candidates in paying the full tuition fee of the allotted institute it has been decided to allow candidates to deposit part payment of tuition fee for securing provisional admission in the first round of counseling.
The fee to be deposited shall be as given below:-
1. For Government Medical colleges- Rs. 45,000/-
2. For Government Dental colleges- Rs. 45,000/-
3. For Private Medical colleges- Rs. 5,50,000/-
4. For Private Dental colleges- Rs. 2,50,000/-
5. NRI for Medical course- Rs. 25,00,000/-
6. NRI for Dental course- Rs. 8,00,000/-
It is clarified that the confirmation of provisional admission is subject to payment of a full fee of the allotted college at the time of physical reporting for verification, therefore every candidate is advised to arrange sufficient funds to be able to pay the difference of fee amount at the time physical reporting. This relaxation is applicable for the first round of State PG counseling only.
Earlier, the authority had informed about processes of online document verification or admission initiation and fee payment for candidates seeking admission to PG medical and dental courses in the state.