PGIMER Admit Card for July session released; Here's steps to download!

PGIMER Admit Card for July session released; Here's steps to download!
PriyamDave | May 7, 2019 - 11:08 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, May 7: PGIMER, Chandigarh has made the admit card of Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research for postgraduate (PGIMER). The hall tickets can be downloaded only by the registered candidates till the exam date, i.e. May 26, 2019. The hall ticket and a valid passport size photograph should be carried for the offline entrance test. The pen and paper based exam for July session is to be held for admission to a total of 223 MD/MS courses offered by PGIMER, Chandigarh.

PGIMER July session exam will contain 250 multiple choice questions from Basic Clinical and Clinical sciences subjects. The questions to be asked in the exam will be in English medium only.

Here’s the process on how to download PGIMER admit card 2019:

  • Click on the official link available here

  • In the candidate login, enter the user ID and password

  • The admit card will be displayed on the screen

Before downloading the admit card, it is mandatory for aspirants to verify the details printed on it like name, date of exam, time of reporting, name and address of exam centre allotted among others. In case of any discrepancy in the PGIMER admit card 2019, aspirants must immediately contact the PGIMER admission office.

Since, the admit cards will be used at various admission process, the applicants are advised to download and take three to four printouts of it. For the smooth conduction of MD/MS entrance exam, it is necessary to follow the instructions mentioned in the PGIMER admit card.

Once the exam is over, the examination authority will declare the result on May 28, 2019. Earlier, the result was expected to be out within 24 hours of completion of exam. Candidates who secure the minimum qualifying percentile will be eligible to participate for counselling process which will commence from June 14, 2019.

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