Mumbai: The State Common Entrance Cell in coordination with Director of Medical Education & Research (DMER) Government of Maharashtra on Friday released the NEET(UG)-2017- Fourth Selection List for Health Science Courses (Excluding MBBS Course) on its website.
The DMER has asked the BDS students to join college on or before September 06, 2017 whereas for other course last date to join college is September 11, 2017.
While releasing the 217 pages NEET(UG)-2017- Fourth Selection List for Health Science Courses the DMER also said that all BDS students whose names are mentioned in the 4th Selection List should fill the Status Retention Form till September 06, 2017.
The NEET(UG)-2017- Fourth Selection List for Health Science Courses are online and candidates can access them by clicking here: 4th Selection List DMER.
"For BDS Course, Last Date of joining the respective college: 06/09/2017 upto 3 pm. and Last Date to fill the Status Retention Form at College: 06/09/2017 upto 3 pm. (Including Holidays)
"For Other Courses, Last Date of joining the respective college: 11/09/2017 upto 3 pm. and Last Date to fill the Status Retention Form at College: 11/09/2017 upto 3 pm. (Including Holidays)
"Candidate should submit all the original documents and pay requisite fees in the selected college within the stipulated time; failing which this selection stands cancel.
Admitting Institute will verify the documents and ascertain eligibility of the candidates as per the NEET(UG)-CET 2017 brochure.
This is list of Selected Candidates. Candidates with "Choice Not Available" status are not shown in the present list.
The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET UG -2017) was organized all over India. Students who had cracked 12th standard HSC exam participated in thw test.
After NEET UG 2017 results, every state is individually accepting online registrations for admissions in medical colleges. Accordingly, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Maharashtra also called for applications from NEET qualifiers.
According to Medical Counselling Committee, out of the total 3500+ seats in Maharashtra, only 15% are “All India Quota Seats” and rest 85% seats are under the State Government.