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Details on MP Pre-Medical Test
Are you planning to take up Medical/ Dental Course in Madhya Pradesh? Then here are a few details you need to know about the Pre Medical Test, an entrance examination in order to be eligible for the degree courses.

What is PMT?

PMT refers to Pre Medical Test, conducted by the State Government as Madhya Pradesh Government Autonomous/Government Medical and Dental Undergraduate Entrance Examination. PMT is held for providing admissions into MBBS, BDS, BVSc degree courses.

The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board is a self-financed, autonomous incorporated body of State Govt. The Government has re-constituted the Board of Directors for taking decisions on policy and organizational matters through Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board Act. 2007.

General Information On Admissions:

Admissions in MBBS and BDS courses shall be governed and regularized by rules and regulations of MCI (Medical Council of India)/ DCI (Dental Council of India)/ University/ State Government/ Government of India/ under the rules and regulations in force at the time of entrance examination, allotment and admission and amended from time to time.

Which Colleges can I apply for?

The rules are applicable to all candidates for the entrance examination, allotment and admission in the following courses:- 1. MBBS Course: Government Autonomous Medical College, Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Rewa and Sagar. 2. BDS Courses: Government Autonomous Dental College, Indore.

Where is the Examination Held?

The examination shall be held at the centre fixed by the Board centre once allowed shall not be changed. The candidate shall abide by the rules and regulation of the Board failing which his/her candidature will be CANCELLED.

How are the Seats filled?

The seats available in MBBS and BDS courses will be displayed in college-wise structure. The sanctioned seats of Government Autonomous Medical Colleges and Government Dental College shall be filled in accordance with the reservation policy of the State Government and shall be filled up by selected eligible candidates of PMT entrance examination counselling.

15% of seats are available for All India Candidates selected on the basis on NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test, 27 seats are available in Autonomous Medial Colleges, 1 seat in Autonomous Dental Colleges for Government of India Nominees and 1 unreserved seat is available in Medical College, Bhopal for students of Lakshya Deep.

Does PMT have Reserved seats?

Yes, 20% of seats are reserved for candidates belonging to Schedule Tribe, 16% to the Schedule Cast and 14% to other backward classes. The remaining seats are available for Unreserved Category candidates.

Also, 3% of seats are reserved for admission to MBBS/ BDS courses for Physically Handicapped who are bonafide residents of Madhya Pradesh and belong to ST, SC, OBC and Unreserved category.

Under military personnel categories, seats are reserved for sons/daughter of the Military Personnel class which includes Ex-Military Personnel who have served as defence employee, serving defence employee and those defence employees who died during service or who became permanently disabled during service.

What are the Eligibility Criteria required to apply for PMT?

For admission to MBBS/BDS course, only those candidates are eligible, who have passed the qualifying examination of Higher Secondary (10+2) from Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal. Passing Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects individually and have secured at least minimum 50% marks in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry & Biology subjects in case of Un-reserved Category and 40% marks in case of reserved category candidates. Reserved category candidates who opt for unreserved seat should secure 50% marks in Higher Secondary (10+2)(qualifying examination)in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry & Biology subjects and passing in these subjects separately and also 50% marks in the entrance examination PMT 2013.

No candidate shall be allowed to be admitted to a Medical/Dental College until the candidate has completed or shall complete the age of 17 year on or before 31 December of the year of examination.

How are seats allotted?

The allotment of seats will be done through on line counselling. The detail information regarding counselling will be issued separately. The programme for counselling shall be advertised in the leading Newspapers of the State. Separate call letters will not be sent. The Schedule of Entrance Examination Counselling and details of the starting of Academic Session 2013-14.

What in case I quit the course? Are fees refundable?

A student admitted in U.G. Course through All India quota or state quota and who submits in writing, for leaving that seat, to his respective college authorities before 10 days of the last counselling, shall be entitled for a refund of the deposited fee after deducting 10% fee. No Application for such refund will be entertained after the said period, and only caution money will be refunded. This will equally be applicable for the candidates taking admission in the state and out side the state.

Please Note: The State Government reserves the right to amend any rule and procedure for admission. In case, any dispute related to the interpretation of these rules and amendments there to, the decision of the State Government shall be final and binding on all concerned. .

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