PGIMER 2020 July session correction window opens; revised seat matrix releases

PGIMER 2020 July session correction window opens; revised seat matrix releases
Team Careers360 | May 8, 2020 - 6:12 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI:The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh has started the correction window facility of PGIMER 2020 July session entrance exam on May 8, 2020. The registered candidates can edit/delete their details in the application form till 11:55 PM of May 9, 2020. Along with it, the revised seat matrix has also been released mentioning the number of seats available for category-wise candidates. As per the seat matrix, through the PGI exam, a total of 295 seats will be granted for admission to Master of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD).

PGIMER 2020 correction window facility

Following are the steps to use the correction facility for application form.

  • Go to the official website https://cdn.digialm.com/EForms/configuredHtml/2650/64962/Index.html

  • Registered aspirants can click on login button

  • Enter user/login ID, password and code appeared on the screen

  • PGIMER application form is displayed on the screen

  • Correct the details filled in the application form

  • Save the changes and review it carefully

  • Download the confirmation page

It should be noted that no request for release of the correction window facility will be entertained thereafter. Candidates whose applications will be accepted successfully can download the admit card in online mode using the required credentials.

Seats and reservation

The total seats reserved for respective categories across all specializations as per the revised seat matrix has been mentioned in the table below.

Seat matrix

Category

Seats

General

75

Rural Area (RA)

8

Person with Disability (PwD)

23

Scheduled Caste (SC)

27

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

17

Other Backward Class (OBC)

47

Sponsored (Spon.)

85

Foreign Nationals (FN)

12

Bhutanese Nationals (BN)

1

Total

295

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