AFMC Pune admission 2015

{ Posted on 10:54 AM by V.C.Dave }
Armed Force Medical College Pune is having highest value in medical education and training in india. Students are waiting to get admission in this college.
This year the admission for this college will be done through AIPMT 2015. But those who want to get admission and who are appering in AIPMT need to register on their system. So students who want to get admission in AFMC Pune please get register for this college. the merit will be made after the result of AIPMT 2015.
But if you are not going to register on their web portal, you are not eligible for admission. so without fail get register here
the link is http://www.afmcdg1d.gov.in/index1.php?lang=1&level=0&linkid=216&lid=79
registration will start from 21st April 2015
Information MBBS team is committed to provide quality information to those who want admission in Medical Courses. The main motto is improving quality of education in medical science. AFMC Pune is really very good college only 130 seats with 105 boys and 25 girls seats. 
Eligibility
Citizen of India or subjec of Nepal or Bhutan or a person of indian origin migrated from pakistan or any other foreign country with intantion of permanently settling in india
Unmarried, marrying during course is not allow
Medically fit 
Age must be 17 on 31st of that year but not more than 22 yr on same year. BSc candidat who have finished course they can appear till 24th year.

Best wishes

NRI MBBS admission 2015 - is under confusion

{ Posted on 6:23 AM by V.C.Dave }
NRI MBBS admission is under confusion for 2015 admission
On 16th January 2015, Medical Council India has released one circular to all respective authority with indication that all respective authorities need to conduct entrance test for admitting NRI students for NRI seats admission. This circular has created major confusion to all the students who are coming to get admission in India.
Till date, all NRI sets filled with simple merit base with two category pure NRI or foreign student category and second is sponsored NRI student seat. The procedure was simple and easy to get admission. But the new circular has created major confusion among parents who wanted to get admission in NRI seats and also among college management.  This circular is not applicable to government medical colleges as they do not admit NRI students except Madhya Pradesh state government.
There are many college managements who did not aware about this circular. Those who aware, do not clear about how to conduct entrance test for NRI students.
There are few advantages to NRI students even out of this concept of entrance test. As previously students need to apply with multiple application to different colleges and look for preference. After entrance there will be common merit list for one state and depending on merit student will get admission. Easy one window system of admission will be good for all. Automatically students will able to know that best college in state. All colleges will try to improve their quality of education and facilities on campus.
There are few initial teething problems like who will conduct the test; what will be the process of conducting test as majority of students are living all over world; will it be physical test or online test and who will be authority for test. These are few problems for this year only. Soon all colleges and authorities will find out solution. It was also heard that few authorities filed case in high court and Supreme Court for not to implement this process from this year.

Times of India on March 12, 2015 reported that Pointing out challenges in conducting special entrance tests, Manipal University (MU) registrar GK Prabhu said, "The main issue is how do we set the test for foreign students. Is it online or offline because they cannot personally come down to write entrance tests?" 

Manipal University plans to petitition the MCI about these challenges, Prabhu said. MU receives around 350 applications from NRIs every year and admits 75 of them to MBBS. 
Till now, deemed universities have been admitting NRI students to MBBS based on the marks obtained in their class 12 or other qualifying exams. Dr Basavana Gowdappa H, principal of JSS Medical College, Mysuru, said, "We are stranded and there is no clarity in MCI's directive. When deemed universities and private colleges have been providing MBBS seats to NRI students on merit basis all along, why do we need an entrance test for them now?" 

JSS University is writing to both MCI and the state government seeking clarity on the process for admitting NRI students to MBBS.