Tamil Nadu medical Study counselling Registration Started { Nov 3/11/2020 to Nov 12/11/2020 till 5pm} Counseling Date

Just now the Tamilnadu government announced the counselling for medical study (MBBS / BDS). The online application is started just now please click here to visit the official website to register for 2020-2021 Tamilnadu state medical study counselling online registration

Prospectus for Admission to MBBS/ BDS Degreee Courses in Tamilnadu Government Medical / Dental college

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TN Medical Counselling 2020 Schedule

Date of Notification03.11.2020
Date of Commencement of online application03.11.2020
Last date for online submission of application12.11.2020 upto 5:00 P.M.
Address to which the filled-in online application
along with enclosures are to be sent.
(for Special Category candidates)
THE SECRETARY,
SELECTION COMMITTEE,
DIRECTORATE OF MEDICAL
EDUCATION,
162, PERIYAR E.V.R.
HIGH ROAD, KILPAUK,
CHENNAI – 600 010.
Tentative date of declaration of Rank list16.11.2020
Details of counsellingWill be hosted in the official
websites.
Commencement of courses15.12.2020
Closure of admission31.12.2020
Official websiteswww.tnhealth.tn.gov.in
www.tnmedicalselection.org
REGISTRATION PAGEhttps://tnmedicalonline.xyz/ug/mbbs_bds/index.aspx

Documents Required To Fill Online Application

(i) NEET-UG 2020 Admit card and Scorecard.
(ii) Class X Mark Sheet (both sides of Mark Sheet).
(iii) Class XI Mark Sheet (both sides of Mark Sheet).
(iv) H.S.C. Mark sheet (both sides of Mark Sheet) or any other equivalent
examination.
(v) Transfer certificate obtained after the completion of H.S.C. or equivalent
courses.
(vi) Certificate for proof of study from VI Std. to XII Std for the candidates who
have studied completely in Tamil Nadu.
(vii) Nativity certificate for the candidates who have partly or completely studied
outside Tamil Nadu from Standard VI to Standard XII along with supporting
documents as mentioned in Clause 4(h).
(viii) The candidate who is a native of Tamil Nadu and have studied from 6th Std. to
12th Std. in schools of Tamil Nadu also should submit supporting documents
of the parent’s certificates as mentioned in Clause 4(g).
(ix) Permanent Community Certificate Card.
(x) First Graduate Certificate (if applicable) as in Annexure XIII (a) and (b).
The candidate who claims the benefit of a First Graduate should submit their
certificate issued by the competent authority to their respective Colleges on
securing the admission.
(xi) Special Category Form with an additional fee of Rs.100/- via Bank payment
portal with relevant certificates for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities,
Eminent Sports Person and Ex-Servicemen, as applicable, along with the
online application form should be uploaded.
(xii) Income Certificate for the candidates claiming fee exemption.
(xiii) Eligibility Certificate obtained from the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical
University, Guindy, Chennai for the candidates of other Universities / Boards
(except State Board).

Instructions for filling the Online Application Form:

(a) The candidate and the parent / guardian must ensure his / her eligibility criteria
before submitting the online application form. The candidates are instructed to go
through the Prospectus carefully and be clear about all the instructions with regard
to the submission of the online application form.
(b) The candidate should fill in the complete postal address with the pincode and with
valid phone number (mobile) for all necessary future correspondences, if needed.
(c) The application form other than the one filled in online mode will not be accepted,
under any circumstances.

Particulars Needed for filling the Online Application Form:

  1. Name of the candidate
  2. Name of the Parent / Guardian
  3. Permanent Address / Address for communication
  4. Date of Birth
  5. Gender
  6. Nationality and Nativity
  7. Religion
  8. Community , Caste and community certificate details
  9. Aadhaar Number
  10. Special Category
  11. State / District of Class X, XI &XII / Equivalent
  12. NEET – Roll Number, Register Number , Score and No of attempts in
    NEET
  1. Qualifying Examination , Name of School Education Board, group code,
    No.of Attempts in HSC, Year of passing Class X, XI, XII/ Equivalent and
    Undergoing / completed any professional courses.
  2. Marks details
  3. Mother tongue
  4. Medium of instruction
  5. Parent Occupation
  6. Annual income of the parent
  7. Civic details
  8. Native district
  9. Eligibility Certificate
  10. First Graduate details
  11. Uploading documents

PHASES OF COUNSELLING:


FIRST PHASE OF COUNSELLING:


Counselling schedule will be available in our official websites.


(i) The candidates should pay a non-refundable amount of Rs.500/- (Rupees Five Hundred
only) towards Processing Fee by means of Demand Draft drawn in favour of “The
Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk, Chennai-10” payable at Chennai on the
scheduled date of counselling.
(ii) The candidates can download the call letter and appear in person with all the original
certificates to the venue as per the schedule.
(iii) The candidates who have selected the seats in the first phase of counselling after
certificate verification should receive the provisional allotment order. The candidates
should join the course on or before the date mentioned in the provisional allotment
order.
(iv) The candidates who have been allotted seats and failed to join the course within the
stipulated time are not eligible to attend the subsequent phases of counselling for the
academic year 2020-2021. This is applicable for all phases of counselling.
(v) The candidates who have failed to appear in person for the first phase of counselling are
deemed to have been opted out from the processes of counselling and that he / she will
not be allowed to take part in the subsequent phases of counselling for the academic
year 2020-2021.
SECOND PHASE OF COUNSELLING :
When a candidate is scheduled to attend the second phase of counselling, then the
candidate has to pay the processing fee of Rs.500/-. The candidates who are waitlisted / allotted
need not pay the processing fee.
(i) Re-allotment / allotment for the vacancies arising due to not joining of the candidates
allotted under State Quota and the unfilled seats from the All India Quota in

Government Medical Colleges and newly created seats, if any will be done on the
basis of the rank following rule of reservation.
(ii) During the second phase of counselling, candidates will be permitted to opt the
course / college as per rank and by following rule of reservation from rank one.
(iii) The candidates who have failed to appear in person for the second phase of
counselling are deemed to have been opted out from the processes of counselling
and he / she will not be allowed to take part in the subsequent phases of counselling
for the academic year 2020-2021.
(iv) The candidates can download the call letter and attend the counselling.
(v) The candidates who have selected the seats in the second phase of counselling after
certificate verification should receive the provisional allotment order. The candidates
should join the course on or before the date mentioned in the provisional allotment
order.
(vi) If a candidate fails to join the College within the stipulated time, he/she will not be
permitted to participate in the subsequent phases of counselling.
MOP-UP COUNSELLING:
I. Mop-up counselling will be done. The candidates will be permitted to opt the course /
college as per rank by following rule of reservation from the rank one subject to the
availability of sufficient time before the cut-off date as prescribed by the National Medical
Commission (erstwhile Medical Council of India / Dental Council of India.
II. The candidates who have joined / waitlisted from first and second phase of counselling
and as per mop-up counselling schedule are eligible to participate in the mop-up

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