APDMCMP 2013 Notification

In pursuance of judgment dated 01/10/2012 of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India ,
and incompliance of judgment in the case of Mriduldhar, Hon’ble Supreme Court of India time
schedule as given by MCI, alongwith judgment dated 08.05.2012 of Hon’ble Supreme Court
of India. An All India Common Entrance Test (Pre-PG-DMAT-2012) for admission to MD/MS
and MDS Courses will be held on 6th January 2013 (SUNDAY) at INDORE for the Session
2013-14, in R.D. Gardi Medical College, Ujjain, Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences,
Indore, People’s College of Medical Sciences & RC, Bhopal, Index Medical College Hospital &
RC, Indore, Modern Dental College & RC, Indore, People’s College of Dental Sciences & RC,
Bhopal, People’s Dental Academy, Bhopal, Hitkarini Dental College & Hospital, Jabalpur, Sri
Aurobindo College of Dentistry, Indore, Maharana Pratap College of Dentistry, Gwalior and
Rishiraj College of Dental Sciences & RC, Bhopal.
L. N. Medical College Hospital & RC, Bhopal and College of Dental Science, Rau, Indore are
likely to get permission for MD/MS/MDS - PG Course for 2013-14. If Government of India /
DCI permission is received, seats of concerned college will also be included in Counselling. In
case private colleges other than mentioned above, who have applied to DCI/MCI for PG
Seats Academic Session 2013-14 will get approval they would also be included at the
time of Counselling.
Application Forms will be available at DMAT office, above Member Colleges from
18th October 2012 on payment of Rs. 1,500/- by cash or D.D. in favour of APDMC payable at
Bhopal and can also be obtained by post, remitting D.D. of Rs. 1,600/-. Application Forms
should reach to DMAT office latest by 1st January 2013 alongwith DD of Rs. 1,000/- as
Examination Fee. Application Forms can also be downloaded from our website and shall
be submitted alongwith a D.D. of Rs. 2,500/- in favour of APDMC payable at Bhopal.


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