There will not be any clinical or practical examination. Allocation of various disciplines of MD/MS courses will be done on the basis of a personal counseling, strictly in order of merit in the respective merits lists of the theory examination.

Number Of Candidates For 1st Counseling

The number of candidates to be called for 1st counseling will be three times the total number of seats to be filled for each category of candidates, provided the candidates fulfill the cut-off points mentioned above.

The selection will be finalized only after the counseling of the candidates.

Absence in Counseling

Any candidate who is absent at the time of counseling will not be considered for admission.

However he/she will still be eligible to appear in the second/third/fourth counselling.

Under exceptional circumstances, if any candidate reports for counseling after his/her turn, he/she will be considered for admission only in the disciplines available at that time.

Unfilled seats

Unfilled seats of MD/MS courses will be offered to all the candidates category wise as per their merit obtained in the entrance examination.

Obtaining The Subject Of Choice

Any candidate who does not get the subject of his/her choice in the 1st, 2nd or 3rd counseling can also attend the 2nd, 3rd & 4th counseling to get the subject of his/her choice.

Penalty on Surrendering

No penalty will be charged from the candidate who gets selected in another subject after surrendering from the subject in which he/she joined in the 1st, 2nd or 3rd counseling.

If any candidate surrenders the seat obtained in first/second counseling, he/she will not be entitled to any claim regarding salary or leave for that period of training

  • No TA/DA shall be paid to candidates for attending any Counseling.
  • No separate communication will issued for second and third Counseling sessions.

Admission to all courses will close on 31th July, 2016

  1. Admission to various postgraduate courses conducted at the Institute is made twice a year.
  2. The sessions commence from first January and first July each year.
  3. The sessions commence from first January and first July each year.
  4. The Institute follows a residency service-cum-training scheme. Candidates admitted to MD/MS courses are called Junior Residents.
  5. The admission to the above courses of the Institute is made on merit on all India basis, by holding an entrance examination by the Institute, after issuing a countrywide admission notice. The admission notice is published in leading English newspapers of India March for the July session.


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