MP NEET UG 2022 Counselling: DME issues instructions regarding submission of bond

MP NEET UG 2022: Candidates who do not wish to upgrade in subsequent rounds will have to furnish rural service, seat leaving bond separately.

MP NEET UG 2022 Counselling: DME issues instructions regarding submission of bond MP state NEET UG 2022 counselling. (Representative image)
Anu Parthiban | Dec 2, 2022 - 7:01 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Department of Medical Education, Madhya Pradesh has issued instructions for candidates regarding submission of bond for MP NEET UG 2022 counselling 2022.

According to the latest notice, candidates allotted seats in first and second round of MP National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG counselling and wish to opt for upgradation in the subsequent rounds will have to furnish an affidavit on Rs. 500 stamp paper to the Dean/principal of the institution.

In case a candidate not upgrading in subsequent rounds, they will have to furnish rural service and seat leaving bond separately in the name of Dean of government medical or dental colleges) or address to Director Medical Education MP in case of private medical college admission.

“In addition to this institute shall take the Security money /caution money from the finally admitted candidates only (candidates who are not opting for upgradation),” the notice read.

The DME had yesterday revised the MP NEET UG Counselling 2022 dates for round 2, mop-up and college-level admission. MP NEET UG 2022 mop-up round fresh registration also begins today at dme.mponline.gov.in. Candidates who are applying for the first time will have to submit their application before December 7 , 2022. Applicants who have been allotted seats will have to report to the college by December 3, 2022.

In October, the Madhya Pradesh government announced that the MBBS classes will be taught in Hindi as part of its pilot project. Three MBBS subjects – anatomy, physiology and bio-chemistry – will be taught in Hindi to first-year MBBS students in all 13 government medical colleges of the state, it said.


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