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Armed Forces Medical College, Pune PG Medical Admission in 2014

Updated on Tue, 17 December 2013 at 12:27 IST

Application are invited for post graduate courses in Armed Forces Medical Colleges (AFMC), Pune or other Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) Training Institutions

Eligibility Criteria

The following eligibility criteria shall be applicable:
Admission to the postgraduate medical courses at AFMS institutions, subject to the priorities laid down in the prospectus is open to graduates of medical colleges recognized by Medical Council of India and who have registered themselves as Registered Medical Practitioners with any State Medical Council recognized by MCI

Students who have completed/are completing internship by 31 Mar 2014 are eligible to apply however the Provisional registration certificate / Permanent Registration certificate should be available at the time of admission

The candidate must be a citizen of India

Foreign students sponsored by the Govt and approved by the DGAFMS should have passed their MBBS /equivalent examination (Authority: Govt of India, Ministry of Def letter No F/PC-8510/DGAFMS/DG1/345/2013/D/ (Med) dated 6th Mar 2013)

Age Criteria: Maximum permissible age for civilian candidates (Priority V Candidates) shall be 35 years as on 30 Apr 2014


The following method shall be adopted:

Entrance Exam:

All candidates desirous of joining the AFMS institute will have to mandatorily appear in the AIPGMEE-2014 entrance examination prior to filling up of the online form of the AFMS institutions
The roll number/Testing ID (SRxxxxxxx) of the AIPGMEE - 2014 is an essential and mandatory requirement for further filling up of the online form

Admission Procedure

Admission to PG courses AFMS institution is provisional subject to confirmation/ratification by the Office of DGAFMS & University concerned. The selected candidates are required to submit additional documents/certificates as per specific requirement of the institute/university. Candidates should ascertain these details from the Dean Academics of the Institute

Decision of Commandant of the college regarding admission of candidates shall be final and binding
All candidates are advised to preserve their Admit Cards of the AIPGMEE-2014 exam and the AFMS Candidate ID issued till allotment of the seats and admission to the institution

Medical exam of civilian (Priority V) candidates: This is a mandatory requirement for all civilian (Priority V) candidates. The medical standards required for civilian candidates are those applicable for selection as commissioned officers in Armed Forces Medical Services. Admission to PG courses shall only be given to those civilian doctors who are found medically fit for commission by a designated Medical Board

The candidates who are found medically unfit by the Medical Board will not be admitted into the college even if he may have been allotted a subject during the online counseling and called to the AFMS institution for admission procedures. There is no provision of appeal /review for any candidate who has been found to be medically unfit

Important Dates

Online Application Registration: 07th Dec 2013 to 20th Dec 2013 (2359 hrs)
Last date for submission/receipt of applications: 22nd Dec 2013 (2359 hrs)
Last date for deposit of Bank challan form at SBI: 24th Dec 2013 (2359 hrs)
Merit List (Priority wise III - V): One month following declaration of results by NBE Online counseling: March - May (Priority wise)

How to apply

Candidates appearing for the AIPGMEE-2014 and wishing to join the Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions will also have to mandatorily apply online to the AFMS on the website

Prospectus including online registration for Priorities III, IV & V will be available on this website in the month of December

All other relevant timelines / information will be made available on the website

More Details :

Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune
Armed Forces Medical College is a premier medical institute of the country acknowledged as a centre of excellence for education and research. The college provides training to under-graduate and post-graduate medical and nursing students with assured career prospects in the defence services. The Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) was set up in 1948 in the immediate post-world war period. On the recommendations of the BC Roy Committee, remnants of the Indian Army Medical Corps units were amalgamated into one unit to create the Armed Forces Medical College.

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