1. Government of Maharashtra
Information Brochure of Preference System for
admission to Health Science Courses
CET CELL, OPP. GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL BUILDING, ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL
COMPOUND, NEAR CST RAILWAY STATION, MUMBAI – 400 001.
GRAM: MEDUCATNSEARCH, MUMBAI, TEL NO.: +91-22-22652251/22652257/22652259
FAX NO.: +91-22-22652168/22620562 WEBSITE: http://www.dmer.org
2. Flow Chart of filling up of Preference Form
Notification by Competent Authority for filling up of Preference Form
Candidates will be called for filling up of Preference Form as per schedule declared by
Counselling of the reported candidates by Divisional Authorities
Issue of Scrutiny form (Form No.S-1)
Filling up of Scrutiny form by the candidate (Form No.S-1)
Scrutiny of original documents & Remarks of scrutiny officer at the prescribed
place on form No.S-1
Issue of Preference Form to eligible candidates
Candidate to fill working Preference Form (WP-1) and then Preference Form (PF)
Submission of Preference Form & Scanning of Preference Form
Issue of data sheet of Preference Form to the candidate
Verification of data by candidate
Correction, if any, of the data and issue of final data sheet
Exit of the candidate with BEST WISHES
1) Flow Chart of filling up to Preference Form
2) Schedule of Selection Process for Health Science Courses
3) Introduction .. 1
Table No.1: Regional Centres for Preference Form filling &
4) .. 1
Table No.2: Schedule for filling of Preference Form at all
5) .. 2
6) Distribution of Seats (Govt./Govt. Aided/Corporation Colleges) .. 3
7) Selection Process .. 7
8) Payment of Fees .. 9
9) Cancellation .. 9
10) Final Selection .. 9
11) Service Bond & Penalty .. 10
12) Insurance Scheme .. 10
13) Conduct and Discipline .. 10
14) Constitutional Reservation .. 11
15) Physically Handicapped .. 11
16) Schedule for Physically Handicapped Candidates .. 11
17) Fees, Freeships & Scholarships .. 12
Exemptions as per Govt. Rules in Govt., Govt. Aided &
18) .. 13
19) Nominees of Government of India (GOI) .. 13
Table No. 1, 2 & 3 : SML No. of last admitted candidate to
various courses in Rest of Maharashtra, Vidarbha &
20) .. 14to15
Marathwada during academic year 2011-2012 through MHT-
Table No.4: Categorywise SML No. of last admitted candidate to
21) a course in the State of Maharashtra during academic year .. 15
2011-2012 through MHT-CET 2010
22) General Instruction to candidates for filling Preference Form .. 16
List of colleges of Health Science Courses available for
23) .. 19
admission under MHT-CET 2012 by the Competent Authority
24) Instructions for filling Preference Form .. 26
25) Specimen Copy of Preference Form .. 28
26) Annexure "H" - Status Retention Form .. 30
27) Proforma for Cancellation of Admission .. 31
28) gehi_kkpk uewuk (UNDERTAKING) .. 32
29) Scrutiny Form .. 33
4. MHT-CET 2012
Schedule of Selection Process for Health Science Courses
Date of filling up of Preference Form at Regional : 03/07/2012 to
Declaration of the list of selected candidates of the : 16/07/2012
Last date of joining to the respective college for the : 28/07/2012
Declaration of the list of selected candidates of the : 25/08/2012
Last date of joining to the respective college for the : 30/08/2012
Declaration of the list of selected candidate for : 10/09/2012
dropout seats round
Last date of joining to the respective colleges for : 17/09/2012
dropout seats round
Cut-off-date of admission process for MBBS, BDS & : 30/09/2012
Certificates / Documents to be brought on the day of submission of preference form
at the office of Divisional Authorities and also at the time of admission to the
College: All original certificates and one set of attested photocopies.
Compulsory Certificates/Documents: MHT-CET-2012 Marksheet; Nationality
Certificate; SSC Certificate/Marksheet; HSC Certificate/Marksheet; Admit Card;
Receipt-cum-Identity Card; Medical Fitness Certificate
Certificates/Documents if applicable: Caste Certificate, Caste Validity Certificate,
Non Creamy Layer certificate Certificates for specified claims, Additional Weightage,
Bonafide certificate or affidavit (For Educational Gap)
Admission to First Year Health Science Courses for the academic year 2012-2013,
will be done by Counselling and filling of the "Preference Form" at four regional centres.
The selection process for admission to BPMT courses will be declared at a later date. The
preferences filled by the candidates at the centres will be centrally processed and list of
selected candidates will be declared. As per this list the candidate should join college /
course allotted to him/her.
The four centres where the candidates should fill the preference form are Grant
Medical College, Mumbai, B.J. Medical College Pune, Govt. Medical College, Aurangabad
and Govt. Medical College, Nagpur. The candidate should report personally (proxy not
allowed) to the centre given in Table No.1, as per their State Merit List (SML) No.,
according to the Schedule given in, Table No.2, for the counselling and filling the
"Preference Form". The districts allotted to a centre are not according to the region but they
are chosen so as to facilitate the candidates for filling up of preference form. There is no
change in the Region to which candidate belongs to.
Table No.1 : Regional Centres for Preference Form filling & Counselling
Regional Name & Address of Districts from which candidate
Centre Regional Centre appeared for MHT-CET 2012
Grant Govt. Medical
College, Sir J.J. Hospital Mumbai Urban, Mumbai Suburban,
Campus, Byculla, Mumbai Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg.
- 400 008
Pune, Ahmednagar, Satara, Sangli,
Pune B.J. Medical College, Pune Kolhapur, Solapur, Nashik, Nandurbar,
Aurangabad, Nanded, Jalna, Beed,
Govt. Medical College,
Aurangabad Osmanabad, Latur, Hingoli, Parbhani,
Nagpur, Akola, Washim, Yavatmal,
Govt. Medical College,
Nagpur Amravati, Wardha, Chandrapur,
Gadchiroli, Bhandara, Gondia
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6. Table No. 2: Schedule for filling of Preference form at all Regional Centres
Day & Category (Excluding Physically
SML No. Session
Tuesday, 1 to 350 Morning Session (9.00am)
03/07/2012 351 to 800 Afternoon session(2.00pm)
Wednesday, 801 to 1300 Morning Session (9.00am)
04/07/2012 1301 to 1900 Afternoon session(2.00pm)
Thursday. 1901 to 2500 Morning Session (9.00am) All the candidates (including Constitutional and
05/07/2012 2501 to 3100 Afternoon session(2.00pm) Specified Reservation) from
Friday, 3101 to 4100 Morning Session (9.00am) SML No. 1 to 15000 on their respective date and
06/07/2012 4101 to 5100 Afternoon session(2.00pm) time schedule.
Saturday, 5101 to 7000 Morning Session (9.00am)
07/07/2012 7001 to 9000 Afternoon session(2.00pm)
Sunday, 9001 to 12000 Morning Session (9.00am)
08/07/2012 12001 to 15000 Afternoon session(2.00pm)
SC, ST, VJ, NT1, NT2, NT3, OBC, MKB
15001 to 20000 Morning Session (9.00am)
Monday, Def-2 & Def-3. (for Def-2 & Def-3 candidates,
09/07/2012 from Vidarbha & Marathwada Region Only),
20001 to 25000 Afternoon session(2.00pm)
Hilly Area (Vidarbha Region)
SC, ST, VJ, NT1, NT2, NT3 & MKB
Def-2 & Def-3. (for Def-2 & Def-3 candidates,
25001 to 30000 Morning Session (9.00am)
from Vidarbha & Marathwada Region Only),
Hilly Area (Vidarbha Region only)
All candidates from Vidarbha Region with Hilly
25001 to 37968 Morning Session (9.00 am)
Area Claim Only
30001 to 40000 Afternoon session(2.00pm) SC, ST, VJ
40001 to 215572 Morning Session (9.00am) ST
Wednesday, Only for BUMS course. (All candidates who are
11/07/2012 15001 to 215572 desirous of seeking admission to BUMS should
have passed SSC with Urdu)
(VJ =DT A, NT1 =NT B, NT2 =NT C, NT3 =NT D)
At the centre so specified the candidates must bring along with them all the relevant documents in
original and one set of attested photocopies of the same for scrutiny, alongwith HB pencil, eraser and
Black ball point pen. The list of the documents is as follows
a) Admit card of MHT-CET 2012
b) Receipt cum Identity card of MHT-CET 2012
c) MHT-CET 2012 marksheet
d) Nationality certificate / valid Indian passport
e) HSC (or equivalent) examination marksheet
f) SSC (or equivalent) passing certificate (for date of Birth) &
g) SSC (or equivalent) statement of marks
h) Medical fitness certificate Annexure-I of MHT-CET 2012 Brochure
The following certificates are essential to support the claim, failing which the
claim will not be granted.
i) For constitutional reservation claim (Annexure-B MHT-CET 2012 Brochure).
(a) Caste certificate
(b) Caste Validity Certificate (CVC) refer rule No. 9 of this brochure.
(c) Non Creamy Layer certificate (for VJ, NT1, NT-2, NT-3 & OBC including SBC) valid
up to 31/03/2013.
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7. j) Specified Reservation Claims As per MHT-CET 2012 Brochure
(a) Defence Category (Annexure C)
(b) PH claim (Annexure D)
(c) MKB claim (Annexure E)
(d) HA claim (Annexure F)
k) Additional Weightage Claim (Annexure G)
(b) Hyderabad / Goa Liberation (HGL)
(c) Freedom Fighter (FF)
(d) National Cadet Corps (NCC)
i) Other certificates for claiming exemption under Rule 4.6, 4.7, 4.8
General eligibility and eligibility for constitutional reservation and specified reservation will be
finalized after document verification. If the relevant documents are not produced by the candidate at
the time of counselling and preference form filling, claim will not be granted. No claim/change in claim
will be granted after filling of preference form.
The preference form duly filled by the candidate shall be scanned and the data thus
generated shall be given to the candidate for verification of the choices of courses / colleges
exercised by him/her. After verification the candidate will report discrepancy if any in the data and it
will be duly corrected according to his/her preference form. If the candidate does not report at the
verification counter, it will be presumed that the data entered against his/her name is correct and
corrections will not be made at later date.
1. DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS :
1.1 Govt./Govt. Aided/Corporation Colleges :
1.1.1 Selection to various health science courses at these colleges shall be subject
to permission/approval/affiliation from, the (1) Govt. of India; (2) Respective
Central Council (MCI/DCI/CCIM/CCH/INC etc.); (3) Govt. of Maharashtra and (4)
Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik. The “intake capacity” at a
particular college shall be the ‘minimum number of seats’ permitted by the
above said authorities.
Intake capacity of all health sciences institutions / courses and their seat distribution
shall be available on website “www.dmer.org” at later date.
1.1.2 NOMINEES OF GOVERNMENT OF INDIA:
A specified number of seats i.e. at the Government Medical Colleges (15 seats),
Dental Colleges (3 seats) and Ayurved Colleges (5 seats) in Maharashtra State have
been kept at the disposal of the Government of India. Seats for nominees of
Government of India will be filled up by The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare,
Government of India, Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi.
1.1.3 All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test Examination (AI-PMT) quota - 15% seats of
the intake capacity for MBBS & BDS courses at Government & Corporation Medical
and Dental Colleges will filled through all India Pre-Medical Test. These seats will be
filled up by the ministry of Health & Family welfare, Govt. of India.
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8. 1.1.4 DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS TO BE ALLOTTED BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY:
After excluding the seats as provided in Para 1.1.2 and 1.1.3; the remaining
seats will be at the disposal of the Competent Authority & available for candidates
of the State for Selection in the following manner.
220.127.116.11 Out of the seats at the disposal of the Competent Authority, 3% seats for
physically handicapped candidates will be carved out. From the remaining seats,
30% of such seats will be made available for candidates from the State (State
30% quota) and these seats will be filled on the basis of State Merit List. There
will be constitutional, specified (except defence quota seats) and female
reservations in these seats as per rules.
18.104.22.168 Distribution of Seats in Regional 70% Quota.
After the exclusion of State 30% quota seats mentioned at Para 22.214.171.124 the
remaining 70% seats from the colleges situated in the respective Developmental
Boards will be filled from amongst the Candidates who have passed HSC (or
equivalent examination) from the Schools/Colleges situated in the region of the
concerned Development Boards i.e. Rest of Maharashtra, Vidarbha and
Marathwada. There will be constitutional, specified (except MKB quota seats) and
female reservations for these seats as per rules.
CRITERIA FOR 70% REGIONAL QUOTA:-
- For candidates who have passed qualifying examination form Maharashtra State :
Region of the candidates for selection under 70% regional quota will be the region form
where he/she has passed 12th/HSC or equivalent examination.
- For candidates who have passed qualifying examination form outside the state of
Sr. No. Quota / Type of candidate Region for 70% regional quota
1 Def 1 and Def 2 Parents region of domicile
2 Def 3 Parents region of posting
State Government employee - Eligible under rule 4.7 Parents region of posting before
( Transferred out of Maharashtra) transfer/deputation
4 State Government employee - Eligible under rule 4.7
Parents region of posting
( Transferred back to Maharashtra)
5 Central Government employee - Eligible under rule 4.8 Parents region of posting
126.96.36.199 All the seats for BUMS, BPTh, BOTh, BASLP, BP&O, B.Sc. (Nursing) and BPMT
courses will be filled by the candidates from the State Level Merit List only. There will
not be 70% regional quota.
1.1.5 DISTRIBUTION OF CONSTITUTIONAL & SPECIFIED (PARALLEL) RESERVATION
The candidates desirous of claiming the constitutional and / or specified reservations
must have claimed the same in the original application form of MHT-CET 2012, failing
which the claim will not be entertained subsequently, as per rule No 6.3 of MHT CET
2012 information brochure.
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9. The distribution of seats at the disposal of Competent Authority will be made by taking into
consideration the constitutional reservations and also the specified reservations as listed
188.8.131.52 Constitutional Reservations:
In all the Government, Municipal Corporation and Government aided medical
Institutions constitutional reservation will be as per MHT-CET 2012 Information
Brochure Annexure B.
A candidate belonging to backward class from Maharashtra State only, is eligible
for claiming seat under reserved category.
The seats remaining vacant from the categories SC, ST, VJ, NT1, NT2, NT3 & OBC will be filled in,
a) From among the candidates of the same category by inter-se State merit. If the seats
still remain vacant, then the seats will be filled,
b) From among the candidates of their respective group of that particular Regional
area where the vacancies exist, by inter-se Regional Area merit. The groups are as
c) i) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Caste converts to Buddhism(S. C.)
ii) Scheduled Tribes (S. T.)
d) i) Vimukta Jati - DT-A (V. J.)
ii) Nomadic Tribes - NT-B (N. T. -1)
e) i) Nomadic Tribes - NT-C (N. T. -2)
ii) Nomadic Tribes - NT-D (N. T. -3)
iii) Other Backward Classes (including SBC) (O. B. C.)
If the seats still remain vacant then the seats will be filled,
f) From among the candidates of all categories mentioned above of that particular
Regional Area where the vacancies exist, by inter -se Regional Area merit. If the seats
still remain vacant then the seats will be filled,
g) From among the candidates of the common merit list of the concerned Regional Area.
If the seats still remain vacant then the seats will be filled,
h) From among the candidates of the common merit list of the inter-se state merit.
184.108.40.206 Children of Defence personnel (DEF) : (Refer Annx.-C of MHT-CET-2012 Information Brochure)
The seats reserved for Defence category candidates will be filled regionwise. In the event of
non-availability of candidates in any of the defence category, the vacancies that have remained
unfilled will be filled by inter-se merit of the candidates from remaining two defence categories of the
same region. Even after this, if the seats still remain vacant, then they will be filled in from 70% open
category as these defence seats have been carved out from 70% open category. Minimum eligibility
criteria shall be as per open merit candidate for selection.
220.127.116.11 Physically Handicapped (PH) Quota : Three percent of the total available seats in
Health Science Courses at Government, Corporation and Govt. Aided colleges are reserved for
Physically Handicapped candidates. These seats will be distributed under 30% State quota. Any seat
remaining vacant will be reverted back to State 30% Quota. (Refer Annx.-D of MHT-CET-2012 Information
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10. As per the notification No. DMER/MHT-CET2012/Notification No.3/PH/1A dated 25/03/2012, visually
handicapped candidates are eligible for admission to BPTH course.
18.104.22.168 Maharashtra-Karnataka disputed border area residents (MKB) Quota :
Minimum eligibility criteria shall be as per open merit candidate for selection. (Refer Annx.-E of MHT-
CET-2012 Information Brochure) If the seat/s from MKB quota remains vacant, they will be filled in from 30%
Open category as they are carved out from the same category.
22.214.171.124 Hilly Area (HA) Residents as per G.R. No.MED-1003/CR 641/03/Edu-2, dated
16/3/2004, 3% seats at Govt. / Corporation Medical colleges (MBBS course only)
are reserved for the candidates from Hilly area. These seats will be distributed
under 30% State quota, 70% Regional quota. There will be constitutional reservation
and female reservation as mentioned in 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 and 1.1.6 respectively.
(Refer Annx.-E of MHT-CET-2012 Information Brochure)
1.1.6 RESERVATION FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES:
30% seats at the disposal of the Competent Authority shall be reserved for female
candidates in all the courses. This reservation shall be for all the categories like SC, ST, VJ,
NT-1, NT-2, NT-3, OBC, Common, HA, MKB & DEF. 30% female reservation shall be
provided in 30% State seats & 70% regional seats of that category. If requisite numbers of
female candidates are not available then these seats shall be offered to male candidates of
1.1.7 CRITERIA FOR DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS FOR MINORITY INSTITUTIONS:
Amongst the total seats at aided private colleges, which are declared as “Minority Institutions”
by the state Government, 50% of total seats of such college will be at the disposal of the
Competent Authority to be filled in from merit list of MHT CET 2012 and 50% will be at the
disposal of the Management.
1.2 DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS AT PRIVATE UNAIDED INSTITUTIONS :
1.2.1 Selection to various health science courses at the Private unaided institutions
which have been affiliated to the MHT-CET-2012 admission process, shall be
subject to permission/approval/affiliation from, the (1) Govt. of India; (2)
Respective Central Council (MCI/DCI/CCIM/CCH/INC etc.); (3) Govt. of Maharashtra
and (4) Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik. The “intake capacity” at
a particular college shall be the ‘minimum number of seats’ permitted by the above
Intake capacity of all health sciences institutions / courses and their seat distribution shall
be available on website “www.dmer.org” at later date.
1.2.2 The Private Institutions will fill up 15% of total intake capacity under NRI Quota.
1.2.3 As per Maharashtra Act XXX of 2006 dated 1st August 2006, 25% seats of the total intake
capacity of Unaided Private Professional Educational Institutions will be allotted to
constitutional reservation category candidates.
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11. 1.2.4 There will be 30% State and 70% Regional Quota (except courses listed in 1.2.5) from the
seats available at the disposal of Competent Authority. There shall be 30% female
reservation. There shall not be any other specified reservation.
1.2.5 All the seats for BPTh., BASLP, B.Sc. (Nursing) & BPMT Courses will be filled by the
candidates from the State Level Merit List only.
1.2.6 As per the directives of Hon’ble High Court, Mumbai in Review Petition No. 8634 of 2007
in WP No. 6332 of 2005, only one round of Private Homeopathic Medical Colleges will be
carried out during first round of admission for 85% seats of the total intake capacity.
1.2.7 Change of eligibility for BPMT Course: As per Government of Maharashtra letter
no.MED 1012/CR96/12/Edu-2 Dated 25 April 2012 eligibility for BPMT has been revised.
Candidate with passing grade at HSC / 12thStanded or equivalent examination is eligible
for BPMT Course.
2. SELECTION PROCESS:
2.1 The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of preferences given by the
candidates. Only a limited number of meritorious candidates will be called for
Counselling and asked to fill the preference form. Counselling sessions are not meant for
instant seat allocation at these offices. During these sessions candidates are helped in
exercising their preferences for various courses, and the institutions. Seat allocation shall be
made centrally at a later date on the basis of MHT-CET 2012 merit list, eligibility and
preferences exercised by the candidates.
2.2 Selection Process shall be as follows:
The preference form shall be available at the office of the Regional Centre as per
notified schedule. The duly filled preference form should be submitted at the same
2.2.1 The candidate should submit only one preference form. Submission of more
than one form shall lead to disqualification.
2.2.2 There shall be two or more rounds of selection of candidates depending on the
availability of vacant seats. The selection will be on the basis of merit and the
preferences submitted by the candidates in their preference form. For second or
subsequent round no separate preference form will be filled by the candidate.
The choices of courses and colleges, once entered in the record/data, after verification
by the candidate, shall be final and irrevocable. This final data shall be used in entire
selection process for the admission to first year Health Science Courses for the
academic year 2012-2013.
2.2.3 The candidates may kindly note while filling the preference form that MHT-CET 2012
merit list will be operated from SML number 1 onwards in each round of selection. The
candidate getting selected in previous round will be considered for betterment in the
subsequent round. The betterment herein means the higher preference exercised by
the candidate. The Shift in such betterment shall be compulsory and mandatory except
for those who have filled ‘Status Retention Form.’ Such a candidate who has filled
Status Retention form will not be considered for any subsequent rounds of selection
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12. process for the year 2012-2013. The last date for filling Status Retention Form will be
notified along with the selection list.
After concluding the first round, for the further round(s) candidates who have been
allotted seat(s) in the earlier round(s) and joined the course, as also the candidate(s) who
have not been allotted any seat, will be eligible. In the subsequent round(s), betterment
chance(s) will be given to the candidate(s) who have already been allotted seat(s).
It is hereby made abundantly clear that shifting on account of a better choice given
by a candidate in any round, will be effected only and only if such a candidate in the
subsequent round(s) is found entitled for 'change of course' or a 'change of college'. Mere
possibility of a 'change in category' on account of availability of seat in the same college
and/or same course in the further round(s) will not amount to "betterment" as such and
therefore, no shifting will be effected in such an eventuality. Such a 'change in category'
will include inter-alia change from reserved category to open category or vice-versa. The
shift in such betterment shall be compulsory and mandatory, except those who have filled
Status Retention Form.
2.2.4 Based on preferences given, the seat will be allotted on merit and the allotment will be
displayed on website of DMER i.e. “www.dmer.org”.
2.2.5 Candidates as per allotment should report alongwith all original certificates and a set of
attested photocopies of each document as per MHT-CET 2012 brochure, at allotted
college as per the schedule. The Dean/Principal should verify all the original
documents before finalizing the admission.
2.3.1 While filling the seats for any college/Institution state quota seats (30%) shall be filled
first followed by regional quota seats (70%). Within 30% state quota and 70% regional
quota seats; specified reservation seats will be allotted first to the eligible candidates of
respective specified reservation category. The seats for the MKB shall be available as
per state merit list only. The seats for Defence category shall be allotted regionwise.
2.3.2 All India quota seats (15% AIPMT quota seats) surrendered back to the state shall
retain their original character. Vacancies under GOI Quota shall be filled in by 30%
OPEN category candidates.
2.4 Reserved Category Candidates - "Ear-Marking": Reserve category candidate
entitled to admission on the basis of merit in an open category seat will have the option
of taking admission either against his / her respective category seat or on an open
category seat. If he / she opts for the reserved category he / she will be deemed to
have been admitted as an open category candidate and not as reserve category
candidate. One seat in the college where he / she was eligible for admission against
open seat shall be earmarked for a candidate belonging to the respective reserved
category. Such earmarked seat will be made available immediately to the successive
reserve category candidate from the same category merit during the counselling."
2.5 A candidate who is selected but does not join the college or cancels the admission
after joining, is not eligible for further selection process.
2.6 Seats that have arisen or fallen vacant after the first round shall be made available at
the second round of selection (except Homoeopathic colleges) on the basis of
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13. preference form already submitted. No new preference form will be required to be
filled in for any subsequent round(s). The vacancy position will be made available
on website of DMER i.e. “www.dmer.org” before commencement of the next round.
2.7 The inter-se round will be conducted for remaining vacant seats from the category as
per rule 220.127.116.11 of this Brochure, if necessary at the end of each round.
2.8 The Cut-Off-date for MBBS, BDS and B.Sc. (Nursing) admissions is 30th September,
2012. For other courses it will be as declared by the respective councils.
2.9 DISQUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION
2.9.1 The selected candidates who cancel their admission after the cut-off-date of
respective course, will not be eligible to appear at MHT-CET examination for
subsequent two years.
2.9.2 Notwithstanding anything stated in the rules here-in-above, a candidate who
was allotted a seat in any course under MUHS Nashik in previous year(s) and
who vacates / abandons it after availing the said seat, has completed such a
period of course which would result into lapse of the said seat, will not be
eligible for admission for the next two years
2.10 Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik shall take the decision regarding
eligibility and granting of the term of selected candidates. The selection of a
candidate by the Competent Authority at a later date does not place any onus to
accord approval for grant of term.
3. PAYMENT OF FEES:
3.1 The fee for the course should be paid at the respective college by Demand Draft from any
Nationalised / Scheduled commercial Bank in favour of Dean/Principal of College, as
3.2 REFUND OF FEES BY THE COLLEGE AFTER CHANGE OF COLLEGE / COURSE OR
CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION:
The candidate who has been admitted and wishes to cancel admission he/she should
submit an application. The refund of fees to candidate admitted in the college shall be made
after deduction as under:
1. Before cutoff date as declared by the respective council - Rs.1000/- (Rs. One thousand
only) to be deducted and rest of the fees to be refunded.
2. On or after cutoff date as declared by the respective council-No refund of fees.
The Dean/Principal of the college shall be responsible for making refund of the fees, cancellation
letter from the candidate. If the candidate expires or becomes invalid within 90 days from the date of
admission, no deduction shall be made.
The selected candidate must join the college at which he/she is selected, on or before the date
prescribed by the Competent Authority, failing which his/her admission stands cancelled.
The selected candidate who has joined the college and wants to cancel the admission should
cancel it, at the respective college. The college should accept the cancellation and inform the
Competent Authority alongwith copy of the cancellation letter immediately.
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14. 5. FINAL SELECTION:
5.1 The selection made by the Competent Authority as per this procedure is final, and will be
binding on the candidate.
5.2 Request for mutual transfer is not permissible. Such requests will not be entertained.
6. SERVICE BOND & PENALTY:
As per Government Resolution (G.R. No. MED 1007/CR-490/07/Edu-2 dated 8th February 2008),
candidates selected against the seats of Government/Municipal Corporation colleges for admission to
MBBS / BDS courses will be required to sign a bond to serve the Government of Maharashtra or
Local self-government or Defence services for a period of one year, failing which he/she will be
required to pay Rs.10,00,000/- (Rupees Ten lacs only) for the default. Additionally, he/she will be
required to sign an undertaking to the effect that he/ she will not leave India within a period of five
years from the date of obtaining the degree.
PENLTY FOR LAPSE OF SEAT (MBBS/BDS COURSE): Any candidate responsible for lapse of
MBBS/BDS seat will have to pay a penalty of Rs.10,00,000/- (Rupee Ten Lacs Only). This penalty is
applicable to all those candidates who do not join during last round or cancel a seat after last round of
admission. This penalty is also applicable to any candidate resigning a seat after cut off date for
MBBS/BDS course irrespective of admission quota of the candidate.
7. INSURANCE SCHEME :
In accordance with GR No.MED-100/880/CR-129 /EDU-1, dated 23/10/2003 “Amartya Shiksha
Yojana”, an insurance scheme has been introduced by Govt. of Maharashtra. The details about this
scheme shall be known to the candidate at the time of admission.
8. CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE:
8.1 Failure of the candidate in making full and correct statements in the application form and/or
suppression of any information would lead to disqualification of the candidate, even at later date.
Such a candidate will be debarred from the entire selection process.
8.2 It is responsibility of every candidate to submit proper documents. Any attempt to submit
documents which are not genuine will lead to cancellation of the admission of the candidate,
forfeiture of the fees, deposits and expulsion of the candidate from the college by the Competent
Authority or by his authorised official. The name of such candidate/s shall be deleted from the
State Merit List and he/she will not be eligible for further rounds of the selection process and will
be debarred from the selection process. If deemed fit even criminal proceeding may be initiated
by the Competent Authority against such candidates / their parents.
8.3 The student while studying in the Health Sciences Courses, if found indulging in antinational
activities, unlawful activities or ragging in any form, contrary to the provisions of Acts and Law
enforced by Government, will be liable to be expelled from the college by the Dean/Principal of
8.4 Pursuant to orders in W.P. (Civil) No. 656 of 1999, Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, has directed
the Department of Human resources Development and Education, Govt. of India, to take all
necessary steps to curb the menace of ragging and take severe action against the students
involved in such activities.
8.5 As per the provisions of Maharashtra Act XXXIII known as “Maharashtra Prohibition of ragging
Act of 1999”, students indulging in ragging can be punished under the Act resulting in
suspension, expulsion from the college and imprisonment.
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15. 8.6 Any issue not dealt here-in above will be dealt with, when arising, fully and finally by the
9. ELIGIBILITY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL RESERVATION:
The candidate should have claimed the constitutional reservation in the original application form.
The Caste Certificate and the Caste/ Tribe Validity Certificate:-
The Caste Certificate: The candidates belonging to the backward class categories will be required to
submit the Caste Certificate at the time of submitting the preference form, failing which the category
claimed, will not be granted and the candidate will be treated as a general candidate.
The Caste Validity Certificate:
• The candidates belonging to the ST category will be required to submit the Caste Validity Certificate
at the time of submitting the preference form, failing which the category claimed, will not be granted
and the candidate will be treated as a general candidate.
• The candidates belonging to the following Backward Class categories i.e. SC, VJ/DT(A), NT-B, NT-C,
NT-D, OBC will be required to submit the Caste Validity Certificate at the time of submitting the
preference form. However in case the certificate is not issued by the authorities till the date of
submission of preference form, and the candidate is in possession of proof of application for validity of
caste submitted to his/her school/ Jr. College by 15th June, 2012, as per G.R. No. CBC10/
2012/CR130/MVK 5 dated 22nd May, 2012 he/she will be allowed to fill the preference form. All such
candidates will have to submit an undertaking as per the Proforma given in this brochure on Rs. 50/-
stamp paper. Admission secured by an applicant with pending claim shall stand cancelled if the said
claim is invalidated by the scrutiny committee,
• Non-Creamy Layer Certificate: A candidate belonging to VJ, NT1, NT2, NT3 & OBC (including SBC)
will be required to produce non-creamy layer certificate valid up to 31/3/2013, at the time of filling the
preference form and at the time of admission also, failing which claim will not be granted. It is
mandatory to produce Non-Creamy Layer Certificate at the time of filling the preference form.
PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED (PH):
All the candidates under Physically Handicapped category are permitted to fill preference
form and their admission under PH category is subject to final eligibility ascertained by special
(Notified) medical boards constituted for this purpose at 4 regional centres as per table No. 1..
The candidate must satisfy other conditions of eligibility at MHT-CET 2012 examination
criteria for selection to MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS etc. Courses as prescribed for respective category.
For the convenience of all such candidates who have claimed specified reservation under
Physically Handicapped category, the 'Special Medical Board' along with preference form filing
procedure setout as above will be conducted as per the schedule given below.
Schedule for Physically Handicapped Candidates
Date SML. No Remarks
03/07/12 1 to 25000 All such candidates who have claimed PH reservation in the original
application form Sr.No. 19 (e) of MHT-CET 2012 examination are
04/07/12 25001 to 50000
required to be present for medical examination before the 'Medical
05/07/12 50001 to 75000 Board' constituted by the Competent Authority at 9.00am on the date
06/07/12 75001 to 100000 specified for their SML no. at the respective regional centre as per
table No. 1. All the candidates claiming physically handicapped
09/07/12 100001 to 120000 reservation will fill the preference form on the same day after medical
10/07/12 120001 to 215572 examination.
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16. FEES, FREESHIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS
FEE STRUCTURE AT GOVERNMENT COLLEGES
1) A) The fees structure per annum for various health science courses as per is as under.
According to GR No. AMC-1007/628/CR148/07/Edu-2 Dated : 1st March, 2011
Sr. No. Course Annual Tuition fee Development Fee
per annum per annum
1) Medical 44,000 5,000
2) Dental 33,000 3,000
3) Ayurved 16,500 3,000
4) Unani 16,500 3,000
5) Physiotherapy (PT) 16,500 3,000
6) Occupational Therapy (OT) 16,500 3,000
7) BASLP (TNMC, Mumbai) 16,500 3,000
8) B.Sc Nursing 6,600 -
9) BPMT 19,800 -
B) Apart from above stated Tuition fees the other facilities provided by the institution shall be
charged as under :
1) Admission Fee 1,500 at the time of admission
2) Gymkhana Fee 500 per annum
3) Hostel Fee 4,000 per annum
Deposit - once - At the
4) Library Fee time of admission
1,000 per annum
2) Fee at Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Hearing Handicapped, Bandra, Mumbai
1) Tution Fee 10,000 per annum
2) Library Fee 2,000 per annum
3) Hostel Fee 12,600 per annum
Deposit - once - At the
4) Caution Money 5,000
time of admission
3) Fee at All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Haji Ali, Mumbai
BP&O Course will be informed at the time of preference form filling process.
4) Fees at private colleges shall be as directed by Shikshan Shulka Samiti, which is available on
the website. (www.sspnsamiti.gov.in)
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17. EXEMPTIONS AS PER GOVERNMENT RULES IN GOVERNMENT, GOVT. AIDED AND
The Backward class applicants selected in Open Merit category are eligible for freeship and
scholarship as per Government orders. Students belonging to the communities mentioned at Section V
except the Other backward communities on caste basis are considered for exemption from payment of
fees in accordance with the G.R. & SWD No.DC/1059-E, dated 21st January 1962, dated 19th November
1962. If, however, any of these students are granted scholarship under the scheme of post matric-
scholarship to scheduled caste and scheduled caste converts to Buddhism, scheduled Tribes, Denotified,
Nomadic and Semi Nomadic Tribes and Lower Income Group students, educational concession in their
favour are covered by regulation there under prepared by the Government of India.
The Educational concession extended to the Backward Class student under the G. R. cited above
will be an extension of concession like tuition fees and University examination fees to such students, even
if they fail once in their annual examination and for one reason or the other, they are not in receipt of
Government of India Scholarship. These concessions will be extended to them without insisting on caste
or income certificate from the Executive Magistrate or the Taluka Magistrate or the Sub-Divisional
Magistrate as the case may be. They are required to produce only the declaration of caste and income in
the prescribed form Circulated vide Directorate of Social Welfare’s No. SIJ 1966-67, dated 21st July, 1966.
CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO APPLY FOR FREESHIP/SCHOLARSHIP IN PRESCRIBED
FORMAT AT THE TIME OF ADMISSION IN THE CONCERNED COLLEGE.
NOMINEES OF GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (GOI)
A specified number of seats i.e. at the Government Medical (15 seats), Dental (3 seats), Ayurved (5
seats) colleges in Maharashtra State have been kept at the disposal of the Government of India.
The selection of candidate is made by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India,
Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi. These admissions are subject to production of Eligibility Certificate from
Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik and Migration Certificate from the concerned university
Table No.1, 2 & 3 show the SML Nos. of "last candidate selected" in all categories for all courses
available in the Rest of Maharashtra, Vidarbha & Marathwada regions respectively, during academic year
2011-12. The table No.1, 2, 3 & 4 are provided to give the aspiring candidates information of the SML
Nos. who were admitted to various health science courses for the academic year 2011-12 in order to help
them to make their choices. The candidates at SML Nos. far below the SML Nos. as indicated in the
table for a given course where he/she is interested, may even consider to remain absent for filling
the preference form.
The choices of courses and colleges, once entered in the record/data, after verification by
the candidate, shall be final and irrevocable. This final data shall be used in entire selection
process for the admission to first year Health Science Courses for the academic year 2012-13.
The list of the colleges for various courses and seat distribution is available on website of DMER
i.e. www.dmer.org and also at office of the Divisional Authorities.
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18. The collected data will be centrally processed for the allotment of seats at health science courses
according to the preferences given by the candidate and his/her State Merit List no., Category and
Specified reservation if any.
Status Retention: If the candidate wishes to continue at college/institution, he is admitted to in
the I round (or subsequent round) of selection and does not wish to have betterment (selection to his
higher choice) he may do so by filling “status retention” form to be submitted to the Competent Authority
through the college where he is admitted. However candidate should note that his name will be deleted
from the further selection process for the academic year 2012-2013.
The allotment of seats shall be displayed at the website of DMER i.e. www.dmer.org on
16/7/2012. As per the selection list candidate must join the respective course and college on or before
28/07/2012 along with documents and prescribed fees. If the candidate fails to report by 28/7/2012 his/her
selection will be cancelled and he/she will be debarred from the subsequent process.
Notification regarding Second round of allotment of seats for Health science courses will be made
available on the website "www.dmer.org" as well as in the news papers in due course of time. The
choices given in the preference form will be used for the second round and subsequent round.
Table No. 1
SML No. of Last admitted candidate to various courses in Rest of Maharashtra region
During academic year 2011-2012 through MHT-CET 2011
Course SC ST VJ NT-1 NT-2 NT-3 OBC Common Def-1 Def-2 Def-3 PH MKB
GEN 4766 11928 5744 4159 3380 1487 2227 943 6697 5688 5949 11924
WOM 4577 11765 6308 4893 3566 2522 2271 944 5788 6212 3988
30% GEN 3877 13369 1135 2276 1224
MBBS 30% WOM 7615 1871 1005
70% GEN 1011 5559 10336 9053 945 950
70% WOM 5060 1442 776
GEN 5763 18166 7595 3182 4128 4613 2859 1412 7586 9970 9686
WOM 5661 14023 6396 5218 3954 3166 2670 1357 7354
GEN 11796 30505 14454 12483 7138 3864 8071 7196 14585 10370 30875 15166
WOM 11580 29507 12905 13624 4664 6828 6789 9050
GEN 36650 134893 30702 22952 29848 25385 24658 14814
WOM 31082 174625 29926 24408 29008 17456 24047 14989
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19. Table No. 2
SML No. of Last admitted candidate to various courses in Vidarbha region
during academic year 2011-2012 through MHT-CET 2011
Course SC ST VJ NT-1 NT-2 NT-3 OBC Common Def-1 Def-2 Def-3 PH MKB
GEN 3541 9297 3264 3503 5263 2191 1701 1473 5632 13276 13021 8683
WOM 3452 10915 3834 3601 5048 1607 1721 1501 5437 13021 8683
30% GEN 6323 1017
70% GEN 9961 10799 13336 10197
70% WOM 16938 8900
GEN 4371 11467 4421 2730 2520 1720 6822 5973
WOM 4145 12154 1892 1741
GEN 7955 20172 6824 7453 9361 7029 6438 7638 16169
WOM 7730 15941 9672 6055 6944 5460 7722
GEN 27732 63842 28700 24630 23646 21997 14335
WOM 19629 46703 20314 21234 14329
Table No. 3
SML No. of Last admitted candidate to various courses in Marathwada region
during academic year 2011-2012 through MHT-CET 2011
Course SC ST VJ NT1 NT2 NT3 OBC Common Def-1 Def-2 Def-3 PH MKB
GEN 3393 7683 3073 2988 2129 937 1930 981 3253 2790 2915 16181 7597
WOM 3325 7611 2824 4231 1462 1080 1973 966 3049 7535 22368
30% GEN 2113 757
30% WOM 1120
70% GEN 4485 3762 3931
70% WOM 15894 12498 3562
GEN 4008 12606 3545 2984 1888 2490 1500 3280 10840
WOM 4985 3401 2146 1311
GEN 7264 14064 7781 5968 3839 6564 4462 8005
WOM 6622 17536 5947 6656 4137 6436 4327 6183
GEN 34727 163307 22117 17723 22759 21091 22670 14479
WOM 31779 168093 22864 19020 22060 23236 14535
Categorywise SML No. of Last admitted candidate to a course in the State of Maharashtra
during academic year 2011-2012 through MHT-CET 2011
Course SC ST VJ NT1 NT2 NT3 OBC Common Def-1 Def-2
BUMS 124819 20320 14629
BPTH 9386 45053 30043 15656 23134 7047 3483 4315
BPTH Pvt. 16542 59528 21249 26367 7115 10573 11870
BOTH 19473 65155 8821 24427 13074
BASLP 9116 16668 7937
BP&O 16380 76314 12486 4376
21954 45041 28256 25406 21871 23500 14541 17580
Note: The seats at BUMS, B.P.Th, B.O.Th, BASLP, B.P.&O. and B.SC. (Nursing) courses are filled at the State
level (30% State quota) hence SML No. of last admitted candidate for these courses are given in this table only
(not included in Regional tables i.e. ROM, Vidarbha and Marathwada).
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20. General Instructions to candidates for filling preference form
1) Please check the schedule for filling the preference form, according to the State Merit List (SML)
No. as declared in the Notification by Competent Authority.
2) Report to the office of Regional Centre on the scheduled date and time along with relevant original
documents and a set of attested photocopies of each document.
3) Collect scrutiny form and fill all the details as per the instructions. Show scrutiny form along with
all the original documents and one set of photo copies to the scrutiny officer. Scrutiny officer will
verify all the documents and ascertain the eligibility of the candidate. The scrutiny officer will also
verify the claims of constitutional and specified reservations. The scrutiny officer shall endorse
the eligibility on the scrutiny form.
4) All the eligible candidates will collect the preference form from the window meant for this purpose.
If the candidate is not eligible for the admission to first year of health science courses for the
academic year 2012-13 according to the rules stated in the information brochure, the preference
form will not be issued. The preference form will be pre-printed along with the relevant
information of the candidate, which he/she has filled in his/her original application form along with
his Roll number and his State Merit list Number. No duplicate/second preference form shall be
issued. A copy of preference form is enclosed in this booklet (Working Preference Form No.1
[Form No.WP-1]). The candidate should first fill up Form No.WP-1 with the help of pencil.
5) Candidate must fill following information in the preference form.
a) HSC PCB marks
b) HSC English subject marks
c) HSC passing
e) For reserve category candidates only : According to judgment regarding "Ear-marking" case by
Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, a reserve category candidate should fill one of the following
bubbles "O - open" or "O - reserve", in the Preference form. (refer to 2.4)
f) College code - The candidate should fill according to his choice the most preferred college and
course at preference No.1, followed by the next choice, at preference No. 2 and so on.
The candidates should fill the Preference form using black boll point pen. Candidate must be
very careful while filling up the preference form. Candidate can fill minimum 1 preference and
maximum 60 preferences. It is not compulsory to fill all 60 preferences. If candidate fills same
college code more than once, the higher preference number will be considered and the
subsequent repeated college numbers will be ignored. If candidate fills a wrong college code
number it will not be considered and change in such college code will not be allowed. Under any
circumstances you will not get another preference form.
6) Fill the preference form as per instructions and submit it at the specified counter. Candidate shall
inform regarding the name correction at the counter if any.
7) Collect your data sheet, verify the entries, in case you find any discrepancy please report
immediately to the verification counter. If the candidate does not report at the verification
counter, it will be presumed that the data entered against his/her name is correct and
subsequently corrections will not be made at later date. The choices of courses and colleges,
once entered in the record/data, after verification by the candidate, shall be final and
irrevocable. This final data shall be used in entire selection process for the admission to
first year health science courses for the academic year 2012-13.
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23. List of Colleges of Health Science Courses available for admission under
MHT-CET 2012 By the Competent Authority.
♦ Candidate is requested to read the instructions at the end of the list before filling up the preference form.
Admission to various Health Science Courses at the colleges shall be subject to
permission/approval/affiliation from, the 1) Govt. of India; 2) Respective Central Council (MCI/DCI/CCIM
etc.); 3) Govt. of Maharashtra and 4) Maharashtra University of Health Science, Nashik. The "Intake
Capacity" at a particular college shall be the 'minimum number of seats' permitted by the above said
♦ Tuition Fees and development fees for Government, Govt. Aided and Municipal Corporation Colleges is as
decided by Government. As per GR No.AMC-1007628/CR/148/07/Edu-2, dated 1st March, 2011.
♦ Tuition & Development Fees for private colleges is as prescribed by "Shikshan Shulka Samiti". Please refer
website - (www.sspnsamiti.gov.in)
Region - Rest of Maharashtra (ROM) Faculty - MBBS
College Address Telephone No./Fax/ E-mail Intake Corp./
Grant Government Medical College, Tel : (022) 23735555, 23731144
1. 1101 J.J. Hospital Compound, Fax : (022) 23735599 200 Govt.
Byculla, Mumbai 400008 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel : (022)24076381/88/89
Lokmanya Tilak Medical College,
2. 1102 Fax : (022) 24031202 100 Corp.
Sion, Mumbai- 400 022.
Tel: (022) 24107000
Seth G. S. Medical College,
3. 1103 Fax:(022) 24142503 180 Corp.
Parel, Mumbai- 400 012.
Tel: (022) 23027000/ 23081490-
Topiwala National Medical College, 99/23085379
4. 1104 120 Corp.
Mumbai Central, Mumbai- 400 008. Fax:(022) 23072663
Rajiv Gandhi Medical College & Cht. Tel: (022) 25347784,85,86/25372774,75
5. 1109 Shivaji Maharaj Hospital, Old Thane- Fax:(022) 25347791/ 25348790 60 Corp.
Belapur Road, Kalwa, Thane - 400 065 Email:email@example.com
B. J. Government Medical College,
Tel: (020) 26128000 / 26126010
Jayprakash Narayan Road, Near Pune
6. 1110 Fax:(020) 26126868 200 Govt.
Rly. Station, Sassoon Hospital Compound,
Pune- 411 001.
Dr. Vaishampayam Memorial Govt. Tel: (0217) 2749417, 2749423
7. 1114 Medical College, Infrount of District Court, Fax:(0217) 2310766 100 Govt.
Solapur- 413 003. Email: dean@sancharo net.in
Government Medical College, Tel: (0233) 2231158,2232090 to 99
8. 1115 Pandharpur Road, Miraj, Fax:(0233) 2231958 100 Govt.
Dist-Sangli-416 410. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shri. Bhausaheb Hire Govt. Medical
Tel: (02562) 239407 / 239207
College, Mumbai-Agra Highway,
9. 1119 Fax:(02562) 239207 / 236744 50 Govt.
Chhakarbardi Campus, Near Residency
Park, Dhule - 424 301.
R.C.S.M. Govt. Medical College, CPR.
Tel : (0231) 2641583
10. 1132 Hospital Compound, Dasara Chowk, 100 Govt.
Fax : (0231) 2645279
Kolhapur - 416002.
Region - Vidarbha Faculty - MBBS
Government Medical College, Medical Tel: (0712) 2701642 / 2702404.
11. 1221 Square, Hanuman Nagar, Fax: 0712 - 2744489 200 Govt.
Nagpur- 440 003. Email:email@example.com
Tel: (0712) 2725274/ 2770929
Indira Gandhi Medical College,
12. 1222 Fax: (0712) 2728028 60 Govt.
Central Avenue Road, Nagpur- 440 018.
Tel: (07232) 242456 / 240843
Shri. Vasantrao Naik Govt. Medical
13. 1226 Fax: (07232) 244148 100 Govt.
College, Civil Line, Yavatmal- 445 001.
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24. Total Govt./
College Address Telephone No./Fax/ E-mail Intake Corp./
Government Medical College, General Tel: (0724) 2431960, 2437078
14. 1234 Hospital Campus, Collector Office Road, Fax: (0724) 2437078 100 Govt.
Dist- Akola - 444 001 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Region - Marathwada Faculty - MBBS
Government Medical College, Ghati Tel - (0240) 2402412-17/2402418
15. 1327 Hospital Compound, Near Panchakkar Fax- (0240) 2402418/2402419 150 Govt.
Road, Aurangabad - 431 001. Email- email@example.com,in
Dr. Shankarrao Chavan, Government Tel- (02462) 234118/231573/234525
16. 1328 Medical College, Vazirabad, Fax- (02462) 234702/231573 50 Govt.
Nanded- 431 601.. Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Swami Ramanand Teerth Rural Tel- (02446) 247031/247060/248438
17. 1329 Government Medical College, Fax -(02446)247132 50 Govt
Ambajogai, Dist- Beed - 431 517. Email- email@example.com
Government Medical College, Tel - (02382) 247676/253017
18. 1333 100 Govt.
Civil Hospital Campus, Latur-412 513. Fax -(02382) 253017/249292
Region - Rest of Maharashtra (ROM) Faculty - MBBS
K.J. Sommaiya Medical Trust,
Somaiya Ayurvihar, Plot No. C.S.2 and 2/2, Tel : (022) 22020933/24090253/24090767
19. 1105 50 Pvt.
Eastern Express Highway, Sion, Fax : (022) 24091855
Tel : (02114) 228532, 227938, 224272
MIMER's Talegaon General Hospital, Fax : (02114) 223916
20. 1112 100 Pvt.
Talegaon Dabhade, Pune 410507 Email.:firstname.lastname@example.org,
Smt. Kashibai Navle Medical College &
Tel : (020) 24354721
21. 1136 General Hospital, Narhe, 100 Pvt.
Fax : (020) 24699884
Region - Marathwada Faculty - MBBS
Maharashtra Institute of Medical Science &
Research Medical College,
22. 1330 Tel : (02382) 227028, 227484 100 Pvt.
Ambajogai Road, Vishwanathpuram,
Region - Rest of Maharashtra (ROM) Faculty - BDS
Government Dental College & Hospital, Tel.- (022) 22620668 - 22695453
23. 2101 St. George's Hospital Compound, Fax -(022) 22620789 100 Govt.
Mumbai- 400 001. Emailemail@example.com
Nair Hospital Dental College, Tel.- (022) 23082714-17, 23083884
24. 2102 Dr. A. L. Nair Road, Mumbai Central, Fax- (022) 23080655 60 Corp.
Mumbai- 400 008. Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Region - Vidarbha Faculty - BDS
Government Dental College & Hospital, Tel- (0712) 2743400 / 2744496,
25. 2207 Medical College Premises, Fax- (0712) 2743400 40 Govt.
Nagpur- 440 003. Email- email@example.com
Region - Marathwada Faculty - BDS
Government Dental College & Hospital, Tel. (0240) 2331154/2335424/ 2335426
26. 2313 Government Medical College Campus, Fax- (0240) 2331154 40 Govt.
Dhanwantri Nagar, Aurangabad- 431 001. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Region - Rest of Maharashtra (ROM) Faculty - BDS
Sinhgad Technical Education Society's
Tel : (020) 24351307
Sinhgad Dental College, & Hospital, S No
27. 2124 Fax : (020) 24357308 100 Pvt.
44/1 Vadgaon Budruk.. Off. Sinhgad Road,
Region - Marathwada Faculty - BDS
Mah. Institute of Dental Science & Research.
28. 2325 MDSR, Dental College, Vishwanath Puram, Tel : (02382) 227028, 227484 100 Pvt.
Ambejogai Raod, Latur-413531
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