BHU MBBS & BDS NOITIFICATION


Admission In 2013
The candidates seeking admission to MBBS/BDS course – 2013 in the Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU must register themselves by applying directly to the Director, Institute of Medical Sciences in the prescribed application form downloaded from the BHU & IMS website along with the prescribed fee. However, the admission will be done strictly on the basis of their merit in the NEET–UG 2013 examination.
The fee for registration for UG Courses will be Rs.1000/- for General and OBC and Rs.600/- for SC & ST candidates. All candidates eligible for NEET – UG 2013 are eligible for registering themselves irrespective of their State of domicile.
The downloaded application form along with the draft in favour of “Director, IMS, BHU” payable at Varanasi must reach the office of the IMS Directorate latest by 15th April 2013 by registered/ ­speed post only.
The applications received after the last date on any account including postal delays will not be registered.
The candidates who have registered for admission to MBBS/ ­BDS course 2013 must submit their score card of NEET – UG 2013 within 15 days after declaration of their results to the Director, Institute of Medical Sciences,Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
Tentative counseling for admission of UG courses (MBBS/BDS) will be held on 4th July 2013. Individual letters to the successful candidates based on their rank in the NEET – UG exam. 2013 will be sent by Registered Post/Speed Post giving the exact date of counseling. The candidates are advised to check the BHU/IMS websites from time to time for up-dates.
For 15% seats of total 84 MBBS seats i.e. 13 seats, candidates would be admitted through All India quota (for central counseling) and the remaining 85% i.e. 71 seats will be filled up through IMS, BHU counseling. The distribution of the 71 seats amongst the different categories is as follows:
General – 36, OBC- 19, SC – 11 & ST – 05 Total – 71 seats.
2 seats- 3% reservation of PC candidates will be given horizontally as per Government of India norms.
Of total 50 BDS seats to be filled up through IMS, BHU counseling, the distribution of the seats amongst the different categories is as follows:
General – 25, OBC – 13, SC – 08 & ST – 04 Total – 50 seats.
1 seat – 3% reservation of PC candidates will be given horizontally as per Government of India norms.
Those students who have notregistered with the Director,IMS, BHU will not be considered for admission to MBBS/ ­BDS courses 2013 through IMS, BHU, counseling.However, mere registration does not guarantee admission to MBBS/BDS courses 2013

ALL THE BEST

KRISHAN RAJBHAR

drkrishan279@gmail.com

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About krishan rajbhar

Krishan rajbhar, who is pursuing mbbs @ vardhaman mahaveer medical college&;safdarjung hospital, new delhi one of the Best &oldest hospital in asia .he has been Olympiad scholar,kvpy fellow topper in many exams including nstse, nso . pmts. .he has been school topper in academica as well as co curricular activities during his schooling. He has been senior editor n pmtmentorforpmts .he has helped thousands of pmtasprants online telephonically n by personally meeting in more than 20cities of india. He is biologyteacher in delhi&ncr& very popular among pmt aspirants due to his magical , logical n biological way of teaching biology.he has produced many audio series on pmts n is producing video lectures on biology n is planning to organise his talk shows in different cities. U can follow him on twitter , his twitter handle is @krishan,rajbhar , he specialises in teaching following topics for medical entrance ecology , genetics, biotechnology, evolution & cytology & has teaching experience of more than 5 yrs
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