TN Medical Admission 2017 - Application Form, Exam Dates, Fee Details
Tamilnadu Medical Admission 2017 - Application Form, Exam Dates, Fee Details
The Directorate of Medical Education has been announced that applications for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in medical colleges in Tamil Nadu for the 2017-18 session would commence on May 9. Students who have seeking to get admission for MBBS and BDS Course you may apply through the following details.
The official Tamilnadu Medical (MBBS, BDS) Examination 2017 Application to be available on official portal of Tamilnadu Health www.tnhealth.org Students can download the application from the website and submit them by 5pm on May 27. After filling up the downloaded forms, candidates will have to submit them to the DME with a demand draft for Rs 500.
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MBBS, BDS courses being distributed application 26.5.2016 till June 6. Online registration is also available. In medical director, told reporters in Chennai, Vimala, clinical study and apply online today, noon to 12 pm. Application distribution will be held from tomorrow until June 6.
The application is being distributed at four places in Chennai. Rajiv Gandhi Government Medical College, Government Stanley Medical College, Kilpauk Medical College and Dental Colleges of the first application to be distributed tomorrow. Completed applications must be submitted by 5pm on June 7. Published June 17 in the ranking list. In the June 20 preliminary counselling, July 18 counselling conducted the second phase. Application form can be downloaded online by paying Rs 500. Entrance to the director of medical education that students do not need to fear, says Vimala.
Total MBBS in Tamil Nadu. Places - 2,650 20 MBBS in government medical colleges.
Places (state allocation) 2,253 belonging to the All India quota MBBS .
6 self-financed medical colleges 397 seats of MBBS from the state reserve.
470 seats of MBBS in KK Nagar, iesai Medical College.
65 seats in Government Medical College, Chennai paris Corner.
Places (state allocation) 85 belonging to the All India quota.
15 17 self-financed colleges in the state quota seats Dental 970 BDS seats by Common trance: 6 290 administrative allocation of self-financed medical colleges for MBBS.
Seats, 17 of the 640 administrative allocation self-financed Dental College.
Places will be filled not only by the Common Entrance Examination.
Date of Notification : 25-05-2016
Commencement of downloading application : 25-05-2016
Commencement of Sale of application & downloading : 26-05-2016
Last date for issue of application & downloading : 06-06-2016 5.00 pm
Last date for submission of the application : 07-06-2016 5.00 pm
Expected date for declaration of Merit : 17-06-2016
Allotment of seats by Personal appearance
I Phase : 20.06.2016 Special category 21.06.2016 to 25.06.2016 Others
II Phase : 18.07.2016 to 21.07.2016.
Last date of admission : The time as mentioned in the allotment order of the candidate.
Merit list will be available on the Website:
Prospectus for MBBS/BDS Admissions 2016-2017 session
Application for MBBS/BDS Admissions 2016-2017 Session
The Applications will be issued or can be downloaded till 5pm on May 26.
The expected date for the declaration of merit list is June 15 following which the first phase will kick-start in July. Classes will commence on August 1.
Addressing reporters, Director of Medical Education R.Vimala said there was no change in the sanctioned seat strength from the previous year. A total number of 2,655 seats are available across the 20 government medical colleges of which the state quota comes up to 2,257 seats while the remaining 398 seats are allotted under the all-India quota (15%).
Similarly, the sanctioned strength in eight self-financing colleges is 1,010 seats of which 595 seats are up for grabs under the state quota while 65 of the sanctioned 100 seats under ESIC Medical College, Chennai, will be available under state quota.Source: IndiaTimes