Uttar Pradesh: The Directorate General of Medical Education (UP DGME) extended the registration date and payment of the security deposit for the mop-up round for NEET PG (MD, MS, Diploma, DNB) admission.
The candidates willing to register can register till 16th November 2022. The security money can be paid till 17th November 2022. Previously, the candidates were allowed to register until 14th November 2022 and had to pay the security money until 15th November 2022. These extensions have been done because of a notification issued by MCC on 14th November 2022 declaring the timeline.
Registration fee –
The candidates will have to pay Rs 2000 as a registration fee online.
The following security money is to be paid online –
1. Government – Rs 30000 (Medical, Dental)
2. Private – Rs 200000 (Medical) Rs 100000 (Dental)
For all the courses, separate applications have to be done. The candidates who have not been allotted any seats in rounds 1 and 2 can only participate in the mop-up round. The candidates who have taken admission to the allotted seat/not taken admission to the allotted seat/resigned from assigned seats are not eligible for the mop-up round.
During the mop-up round, if the candidates are allotted seats in DNB, they will not be allotted seats in MD, MS, and Diploma courses.
The admission process for allotted candidates will complete at the nodal center. The candidates admitted to the private colleges will have to pay the tuition fee in the form of bank DD addressed to Directorate General of Medical Education & Training, UP, payable at Lucknow, and will also have to pay the security money, hostel fee, and miscellaneous expenses to the officer allotted for private college at the nodal center.
The medical education department plays a pivotal role in developing medical and paramedical personnel to cater to the state’s health needs. The department also has a role to play in establishing and maintaining well-equipped teaching institutions, which are the premier referral centers from peripheral hospitals. Research is another area of activity for the medical education department. The directorate facilitates comprehensive medical and dental education via various medical, dental, and paramedical colleges in Uttar Pradesh. On the other hand, it also provides standard medical facilities to the patients.
The medical education department was bifurcated in 1981 from the department of medical health services. The separate directorate of medical education was established in 1994. It has been functioning as a separate directorate for the last 16 years. It controlled Medical Colleges and attached teaching hospitals.
To view the notice, click on https://medicaldialogues.in/pdf_upload/pg-190910.pdf.