Undergraduate Medical Education Student

The admission process starts after declaration of the Higher Secondary stream results of Gujarat Higher Secondary Education Board.

The admission process starts after declaration of the Higher Secondary stream results of Gujarat Higher Secondary Education Board.The price of the Admission form is Rs. 50.00

(a) Qualifying examination for admission is Higher Secondary Certificate Examination(Science Stream or post basic stream) under the 10+2 education pattern conducted by the Gujarat Higher Secondary Education Board or Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi or Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi taking Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and English from any of the recognized institutions located in Gujarat state in case of the above mentioned Boards/Councils in the month of April/May of the current year or supplementary examination of the preceding year.

(b) Sons and Daughters of the All India Services Officers viz. Indian Police Service, Indian Administrative Service and Indian Forest Service allotted to Gujarat State and serving outside Gujarat State on deputation shall be treated at par with the candidate of the Gujarat Higher Secondary Education Board, if they have passed the qualifying examination of the respective state board or with the candidates of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, if they have passed their qualifying examination from any other Board, or with the candidates of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi, if they passed the qualifying examination from the Councils.

(c) Sons and Daughters of Gujarat Government Servants who have been posted outside Gujarat State for administrative reasons will also be considered under the category-(b) mentioned above.

(d) Candidate passing the qualifying examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi and of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi from any institution located in Gujarat State shall be admitted to Medical/Dental/Physiotherapy Colleges on pro-rata basis.

(e) Only Indian citizens shall be considered eligible for admission to the Government Medical/Dental/Physiotherapy Colleges and Self financing colleges for these courses in the state. However those candidates who are born outside India or are not citizens of India shall have to produce the proof of submitting the application for acquiring Indian citizenship before the date of interview.

Those candidates who are residents of Gujarat State but have studied in schools located in any of the Union territories adjacent to Gujarat, i.e. Diu, Daman, Dadra & Nagar Haveli an possess the required qualification are also eligible for admission.

Sr. No. Name of College Yearly Admission Capacity
Government Medical College
1 B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad 250
2 Medical College, Baroda 180
3 Govt. Medical College, Surat 120
4 M.P. Shah Medical College, Jamnagar 175
5 Govt. Medical College, Bhavnagar 50
6 Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay Medical College, Rajkot 50
Municipal. Med. College
7 Smt. N.H.L Municipal Med. College, Ahmedabad 150
8 Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education and research, Surat 100
Self Financed Private Medical Colleges
9 Pramukh Swami Medical College, Karamsad 100
10 C.U. Shah Medical College, Suredranagar 50
11 Smt. B.K. Shah Medical Institute and Research Center, Pipariya, Tal. Vaghodia 150
12 Swami Vivekanand Institute of Medical Science and Research, Valliya 50
13 Kesar Sal Medical College and Research Institute, Bhadaj, Ahmedabad 100
Sr. No. Name of College Yearly Admission Capacity
Govt. Dental Collages
14 Govt. Dental College, Ahmedabad 100
15 Govt. Dental College, Jamnagar 40
Self Financed Pvt. Dental Colleges
16 M.P. Patel Dental College, Vadodara 40
17 K.M. Shah Dental College, Vaghodia 100
18 Ahmedabad Dental College, Ranchodpura, Salej, Dist. Gandhinagar 40
Sr. No. Name of College Yearly Admission Capacity
Govt. Physiotherapy Colleges
19 Govt. Physiotherapy College, Ahmedabad 40
20 Govt. Physiotherapy College, Baroda 40
Self Financed Physiotherapy College
21 S.Brahmakumarbhatt Physiotherapy College, Ahmedabad 30
22 Physiotherapy College, Anand 30
23 K.M. Patel Institute of Physiotherapy College, Karamsad 30
24 K. J. Pandya Physiotherapy College, Vaghodia 30
25 Sarvajanik Physiotherapy College, Surat 20
26 Shree K. K. Sheth Physiotherapy College, Rajkot 20
27 Shri K. K. Shah Physiotherapy College, Rajkot * 40
28 C . U. Shah Physiotherapy College, Surendranagar * 30

* Permission granted in 2004-05. To be started.

Category Reservation of Seats
Scheduled Castes 7%
Scheduled Tribes 15%
Socially & Education Backward Castes 27%
Physically Handicapped 3% in each category…
Duration of the courses is as under
Sr. No. Course Duration
A. M. B. B. S. 4 ½ years + 1 year Internship
B. B.D.S. 4 years + 1 year Internship.
C. B.Physio. 4 years + 6 months Internship.

Last year all seats in all categories in all institutions were filled up so there were no vacant seats.

The category wise closure in all the institutions is given in the attached tables. The full forms of all the symbols used are also given.

Medical Closure - 2001-2002 Gujarat Board
OM FREE 170/428 269/425 359/422 356/422 384/422 411/421 443/420 478/420
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** 599/417 613/417
SC FREE 28/413 37/409 62/399 54/401 63/399 74/393 57/400 81/389
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** 110/380 93/384
ST FREE 54/353 70/341 130/312 96/326 142/307 138/308 152/303 165/300
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** 601/202 723/110
SEBC FREE 115/413 156/409 227/403 219/403 237/402 265/399 264/400 280/398
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** 381/390 396/389
NT FREE *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** *** 15/374
Dental Closure - 2001-2002 Gujarat Board
OM FREE 603/417 633/417 645/416 715/415
PAY *** *** 737/415 818/413
SC FREE 85/387 88/3858 86/386 97/383
PAY *** *** 146/371 474/312
ST FREE 215/284 258/273 186/292 332/258
PAY *** *** 502/222 668/188
SEBC FREE 345/394 363/392 378/390 406/388
PAY *** *** 409/388 478/384
NT FREE *** *** *** ***
PAY *** *** *** 19/368
Physiotherapy Closure - 2001-2002 Gujarat Board
OM FREE 1259/405 1349/403 1209/406 1515/401 1497/401 1531/400 1837/396
PAY *** *** 1604/399 2544/385 1998/393 4073/360 4094/359
SC FREE 129/374 157/367 132/374 158/367 177/363 202/357 240/350
PAY *** *** 235/351 357/331 *** 1697/317 556/297
ST FREE 437/234 508/221 442/233 532/218 522/219 547/215 647/193
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
SEBC FREE 564/379 725/368 586/377 753/366 878/360 674/371 940/357
PAY *** *** 870/360 1048/349 1521/328 833/362 2091/293
NT FREE *** *** *** *** *** *** 56/337
PAY *** *** *** 46/342 107/302 *** ***
Medical Closure - 2001-2002 Central Board
OM FREE 14/293 16/292 23/288 17/296 21/289 24/287 27/286 25/287
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** 32/285 36/283
SC FREE 1/274 *** *** 3/257 *** *** *** ***
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
ST FREE 1/264 5/212 2/258 *** 3/239 *** 7/199 ***
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
SEBC FREE 5/251 7/247 10/242 9/244 *** 16/220 *** 17/219
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** *** 18/219
NT FREE *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
Dental Closure - 2001-2002 Central Board
Merit No/Marks Merit No/Marks Merit No/Marks Merit No/Marks
OM FREE 35/283 38/281 *** 62/277
PAY *** *** *** 67/276
SC FREE *** *** *** 8/250
PAY *** *** *** ***
ST FREE 10/192 *** 11/183 ***
PAY *** *** *** ***
SEBC FREE 12/242 *** *** ***
PAY *** *** 21/211 ***
NT FREE *** *** *** ***
PAY *** *** *** ***
Physiotherapy Closure - 2001-2002 Central Board
OM FREE 58/278 *** *** 85/272 98/268 *** ***
PAY *** *** 161/255 *** *** *** ***
SC FREE *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
ST FREE *** 14/156 *** *** *** *** ***
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
SEBC FREE 25/200 *** *** *** *** *** 42/167
PAY *** *** *** *** *** 40/163 ***
NT FREE *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
PAY *** *** *** *** *** *** ***

Please refer answer of 'At what Merit admissions closed in different institutions?' question

Please refer answer of 'At what Merit admissions closed in different institutions?' question

The central board of Secondary Education, New Delhi conducts the All India Entrance(PMT) Test. Its syllabus is the same as the C. B. S. C. courses.

15 percent seats are allotted to candidates sent through the All India Entrance examination from Delhi.
College wise distribution of All India seats is given below :

College Medical Dental
B. J. Medical College,
37/31 15/09 at Ahmedabad
Dental College
Medical College, Baroda 27/21
M. P. Shah Medical
College, Jamnagar
26 + 10 C. G. N. (Central
Govt. Nominees)
06 at Jamnagar Dental
Govt. Medical College,
18 -
Medical College, Rajkot 07 -
Total : 115 -

All students who have passed Std. XII with Science subjects or who are going to appear in the Higher Secondary examination of any board with Science subjects in the current year are eligible to apply for the All India (PMT) entrance test.

Advertisements about the Test appear in all the leading English News papers sometime in November or December. The application forms for the same can be bought from selected branches of Canara Bank in all the big cities of Gujarat.

The filled out application forms are to be sent directly to Delhi.

The test is conducted in April in major cities all over India. In Gujarat it is usually conducted at Ahmedabad and Baroda .

In case any All India seats remain vacant, the information about them is sent to Delhi and they send more students in the second round of counseling. If any seats are still unfilled by September 30th of the admission year, they are filled up by Gujarat candidates according to merit.

If any additional seats are sanctioned or vacant after the admissions are over Reshuffling is done strictly according to merit in each category before October 31st.

The additional seats are distributed according to allotted proportion for each category and they are offered to candidates who are next on merit in the concerned category. All the information about the additional seats in each college and category as well as the time table for the interview is published in all the leading English and Gujarati News papers well in advance. The interview program is also displayed on the notice boards of all the colleges for information of the concerned students. Announcements are also made to the students by the Deans of the respective colleges.

Students admitted to MBBS/BDS courses have to submit a bond for Rs. 75,000/- to the Government. They are required to serve in Government hospitals in rural areas for a period of three years including one year in a Tribal area on such remuneration as prescribed by the Government, failing which they have to pay a sum of Rs. 75,000/- to the Government. There is no bond for Physiotherapy students.

Yes, Bank guarantee or cash payment is acceptable in place of the bond.

All colleges have hostel facilities.
Hostel accommodation is provided according to merit.
All students(Males & Females) admitted in first year can avail of the hostel facility.

Hostel accommodation is provided according to merit. First priority is given to out station candidates. If rooms are still available, they are given to local candidates too.

Hostel fee in Govt. Colleges is Rs. 66/- per term(6 months) Hostel deposit is Rs. 500/- (Refundable on completion of the course). Hostel fee includes charges for the furniture, electricity, water etc.

S.C./S.T./O.B.C. candidates who get scholarship from the Government get their food bill paid by the Government

If a forged Certificate is presented at the time of admission, the admission of that candidate is cancelled.

According to rules change of college is not allowed, once admission of a candidate is finalized.

If there are any additional seats sanctioned after the admission and reshuffling is done by the admission committee, change of branch or college is possible strictly on the basis of merit/preference.

Admission on N.R.I. seats are given by the management of the concerned institutions. The admission forms are also sold and received by them. First preference is given to children of Indians settled abroad who can pay the fees in US Dollars. If any seats remain vacant after admission of such N.R.I. students is over, Indian students who can pay and equivalent amount in Indian Rupees as fees are considered for admission according to merit.

Seat Distribution of N.R.I. seats is as follows
College No. of N.R.I. Seats
Medical Dental Physoth.
P.S. Medical College, Karamsad 15 - -
C. U. Shah Medical College, Surendranagar 15 - -
N.H.L. Muni. Medical College, Ahmedabad 23 - -
Surat Muni. Medical College, Surat 15 - -
M. P. Patel Dental College, Vadodra - 06 -
K. M. Shah Dental College, Pipla, Vaghodia - 15 -
S. Brahmkumar Bhatt College of Physiotherapy, V.S.Hospital - - 05
P. S. College of Physiotherapy, Karamsad - - 05
College of Physiotherapy, Anand - - 05
Sarvajanik School of Physiotherapy, Surat - - 03
B. K. Shah Physiotherapy College, Pipalia, Vaghodia - - 05
Swaminarayan College of Physio. Kadodara, Surat - - 03

Vacant N.R.I. seats are filled up by the management or on request of the management by the central admission committee according to merit.

Please refer answer of 'When, where and How to apply for admission on N. R. I. Seats? Who is eligible to apply?' question.

The fee structure for N.R.I. seats is as under:

Medical Dental Physiotherapy
US Dollars 15,000 per year US Dollars 35,000 for four years US Dollars 5,000 per year

Those Indian students who are admitted on Vacant(unfilled) N.R.I. seats have to pay an equivalent amount in Indian Rupees.

No, Bond is not applicable to students admitted on N.R.I. Seats

Accommodation to N.R.I. students is provided by the management of self-financing institutions.

Please refer answer of 'How many Colleges are there in the State?' question.

All candidates of all categories are eligible for admission on payment seats.

If any payment seats remain vacant, they are offered to candidates with next lower merit according to the merit list, till they are filled up. Usually not a single payment seat remains vacant.

Admission on payment seats are done strictly on merit basis according to the same merit list as for the free seats. Only students admitted on payment seats have to pay higher fees.

Payment seats are available in self financed colleges but these colleges have to charge fees fixed by the Government. So the same amount of fees is charged by all the self financed colleges.

High payment fee for various courses is as under:

Medical College Dental College Physiotherapy College
Rs. 1,100,000/- per year Rs. 75,000/- per year Rs. 25,000/- per year

Payment can be made in Indian Rupees.

No, the Bond is not applicable to the students who are admitted on payment seats.

Accommodation is provided by the management of Self financed institutions.

Postgraduate Medical Education Student

Every year twice, in February and July, the admission work of M. D., M. S., Diploma is conducted.

There is no cost of admission form.

For Degree/Diploma-students who have passed M.B.B.S. and completed internship are eligible.
For four years M. Sc. - Who have passed B.Sc. in Ist class are eligible

In Gujarat the following five colleges offer Medical Post Graduation

  • B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad
  • Medical College, Baroda
  • Govt. Medical College, Surat
  • M. P. Shah Medical College, Jamnagar
  • P.D.U, Medical College, Rajkot

In Gujarat the following one college offers Dental Post Graduation

  • Govt. Dental College, Ahmedabad

M. D. & M. S. is three years long course, Diploma is two years course, M. Sc. Medical is three and half year course.

In PG/Diploma admission is given institute wise. For AIEE there are 25% reserved seats.

After interview within one month, if any student leaves the Degree/Diploma course then the seats will filled up by reshuffling from the same merit list.

There is a bond of Rs. 75,000/- in P.G./Diploma course.
In M.D./M.S. there is a bond of Rs. 75,000/- and Rs. 10,000/- for completion of residency.

Instead of Bond, Bank guarantee is admissible.

P.G. students are allotted rooms in the hostel, as per vacancy of rooms.

Medical Education is a developing science and postgraduate studies are now a days inevitable for the better treatment of poor patients and teaching purposes. Facilities of postgraduate medical education are also available at six state medical colleges and one corporation medical college - N.H.L Medical College, Ahmedabad. super specialities training is also demand of the day and M.Ch and D.M. Courses in super specialities have also been started. Thus, at present postgraduate education leading to M.D./M.S./M.D.S. and M.Ch/D.M courses are being run at the following medical colleges.

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