For getting admission into PG colleges, candidate must passed his MBBS examination with One year rotational Internship or candidate should be completed the internship on or before March 31, 2019.
Candidate must have to qualify NEET PG Exam 2019 conducted by NBE (National Board of Examination) with the minimum 50 percentile. After That, candidate can apply for PG admission according to the state eligibility criteria. Also, they can apply 50% all India quota seats.
The Admissions can be granted by 50% all India quota on the basis of NEET score, while the 15% quota reserved for candidates from across the country for Government medical colleges in all states.
And 50% remaining seats are filled by State quota merit list. According to state Quota eligibility 15% seats of 50% is reserved for domiciles for particular state for the seats offered by medical colleges in that state.
The procedure for getting seats in Govt colleges is through All India Quota and State merit Quota on the basis of NEET PG score, but for Private colleges have the different eligibility criteria for allocating the seats for domicile and non domicile candidates differs in all states. For Central & deemed universities, 85% seats are allocated by MCC merit list among all the participant. Remaining seats are allocated by Mop-up round or through NRI & Management Quota on the seat availability basis.
MCC offers to Institutes for Admission in management quota if any seats are vacant after Mop-up Round and these seats are allocated on the basis of NEET PG score and offline college counselling.
Central & deemed universities, 85% seats are allocated by MCC merit list among all the participant. Remaining seats are allocated by Mop-up round or through NRI & Management Quota on the seat availability basis.