BHU: Admission to PG (MD/MS) courses – 2013

The candidates interested in seeking admission to MD/MS courses in the Institute of Medical 
Sciences, BHU should register themselves by applying in the prescribed application form 
downloaded from the BHU & IMS website (www.bhu.ac.in/www.imsbhu.nic.in) along with the 
prescribed fee by demand draft in favour of Director, IMS payable at Varanasi and a copy of 
NEET - PG 2013 score card by 15th April 2013.

The applications received after the last date on any account including postal delays will not be 
registered. 
The prescribed fee is Rs.1500/- for General and OBC candidates and Rs.1000/- for SC& ST 
candidates. 

In case the results of NEET - PG 2013 are not declared before submission of the application 
form, a copy of the score card should be sent to the Director, Institute of Medical Sciences, 
BHU, Varanasi within 15 days of the declaration of the result.

Tentative counseling date for admission of PG courses will be in the last week of May. The 
exact date will be displayed on our IMS website within 15 days after declaration of the NEET -
PG 2013 result. 

Total number of MD/MS seats - 134 
50% of total seats i.e. 67 are to be filled up through All India and the remaining 50% 
seats i.e. 67 to be filled through IMS, BHU counseling. 
Of these 67 seats, 42 seats will be allotted preferentially to Institutional candidates in accordance 
with the judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court. The remaining 25 seats will be distributed 
amongst all other eligible candidates who have registered. 
All seats will be allocated strictly according to the merit in NEET – PG 2013. All candidates 
eligible for NEET – PG 2013 are eligible for registering themselves irrespective of their State of 
domicile. The number of seats and the subjects may vary. 
THOSE STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE DIRECTOR, IMS, BHU 
WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR ADMISSION TO MD/MS COURSES 2013 THROUGH 
IMS, BHU COUNSELLING. HOWEVER, MERE REGISTRATION DOES NOT
GUARANTEE ADMISSION TO MD/MS COURSE 2013.

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