NEET Counselling 2020: MP DME informs on Bond Submission at the time of MBBS, BDS admissions
Madhya Pradesh: Through a recent notice, MP DME has informed the NEET 2020 Counselling candidates regarding the submission of Bond at the time of MBBS and BDS admissions.
All the concerned candidates who are seeking MBBS and BDS admissions in the MP based medical and dental colleges are hereby requested to view the details of the said notice as attached below:
"Allotted candidates from First/Second round of counselling who wish to opt for upgradation in subsequent round/rounds of counselling will have to furnish an affidavit on Rs. 500/- stamp paper to the Dean/Principal of the institution, stating that in case of candidate not upgrading in subsequent round/rounds, he/she will furnish rural service and seat leaving bond separately (as per proforma-8) in the name of Dean (in case of admission in Government Medical/Dental colleges) or Director Medical Education MP ( in case of admission 'n Private Medical/Dental colleges)," said the notice issued by Director Medical Education, Madhya Pradesh
To view official notice, click on the following link:
In the revised edition of the fee chart of the medical colleges of the state released by Madhya Pradesh Directorate of Medical Education (MP DME) earlier, the following changes had been observed which the candidates should take note of while viewing the fee structure of medical colleges.
The changes observed are in the fee amount of L N Medical College. Earlier, the payable amount was Rs 1266000 which has now been raised to a total of Rs 1300000 without scholarship while the payable amount is Rs 25000 if concessions/scholarships are applied to the fee.
After the revision, the payable amount of NRI seats have also been raised in LN Medical College to Rs 3825000 from the previous amount of Rs 3723000.
Earlier, the DME had released the fee structure of all the colleges of the state as mentioned below
According to the notification, the fee amount to be paid by the candidate for an MBBS course in 13 government colleges is the same as Rs 114000 excluding scholarships.
If a candidate is eligible for Medhavi Yojana, Jankalyan Yojana the scholarship amount provided is Rs100,000 and he/she has to pay a total of Rs 14000. If a candidate is eligible for concession under the reserved category of either ST or SC, the concession amount is Rs 100000 leading to a payable amount of Rs 14000.