Admission to various courses at TNMC



Admissions to Undergraduate courses

  • Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET)
  • A Single Common Entrance┬áTest for all Health Sciences, Engineering and Pharmacy degree courses is held by Directorate of Medical Education. Please see www.dmer.org for further details.
  • DISCLAIMER: The material above is for informational purposes only - is not official and may not be the latest. For the official, latest information, please see the website of the Directorate of Medical Education at www.dmer.org

 

Admission to Postgraduate Courses

  • There are two ways by which one can obtain admission to a postgraduate medical course in our institutions.

A. If you have passed MBBS from a medical college in Maharashtra, you can seek admission to TNMC & BYL Nair Ch. Hospital by option 1 and option 2

B. If you have passed MBBS from a medical college outside Maharashtra, you have only option 2

Option 1

  • If you have passed MBBS from a college in Maharashtra, you have to take the postgraduate medical entrance test (PGM-CET). The rules and procedure for the conduct of this examination are available here. For latest details, please look up www.dmer.org & www.dmer.gov.in/ . You will be granted the college and course of your choice depending upon your position in the merit list.

Option 2

  • If you have passed MBBS from any college recognized by the Medical Council of India, you can appear for the All India postgraduate medical courses entrance test conducted by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi www.aiims.edu for details. These exams are held on the first Sunday of each New Year. The last date for application is sometime in August of the previous year.

 

  • The advertisement for application is always published in the national newspaper in Nov/Dec of each year.
  • You will be granted┬áthe college and course of your choice depending upon your position in the merit list.

 

Admission to DM, MCh Courses

  • Admission to superspecialty courses (DM, MCh ) in Maharashtra are made on the basis of the rank obtained at an MH-SSET conducted by the Directorate of Medical Education (DMER) of Maharashtra.
  • This examination is usually held in May/June of each year and the application forms are usually available by April/May of that year.

 

Admission for Non Resident Indians (NRIs) and Foreign nationals to Postgraduate Courses

  • At present, there is no provision for NRIs or Foreign nationals to seek admission to aided colleges (TN Medical College is an aided college and cannot acept NRIs or foreign nationals).

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