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(a) Result - The result of PMET will be available on the website of the university and could

be made available to the institutions.

(b) Admissions through counseling - The admissions shall be made strictly as per merit in
the Entrance Test ( PMET 2004). The choice of the candidate will also be obtained at the
time of interview/counselling which will be final.
(c) Negative marking – There shall be no negative marking in the PMET.
(d) Equal Marks in PMET - In case of candidates securing equal marks in PMET their merit
will be determined with reference to - firstly the marks obtained in biology and secondly
the age of the candidate , older age being given higher merit.
(e) Waiting List - For each course a waiting list shall be prepared and displayed by the
university. The waiting list shall be operated by calling the candidate for interview where
she/he can revise her/his choice after submitting a written declaration. The candidates
can obtain copy of option forms/ waiting list from the university after payment of fee as
fixed by the university.
(f) Seats - The information about the institution wise availability of seats and reservation
of seats for various categories will be notified by the Baba Farid University of Health
Sciences, Faridkot on the notice board at the venue of the counselling before the
interview as well as on the University website.
(g) Eligibility for admission - For admission to MBBS/ BDS, candidate must have secured
at least 50 % ( 40 % for SC/BC) in the PMET 2004. For admission to BAMS/ BHMS
courses, the candidate must have secured at least 40 % ( Pass marks for SC/BC ) in the
PMET 2004.
(h) Subsequent counseling - The second counseling will be organized to fill up the seats
remaining vacant after first counseling and the seats surrendered from the CBSE quota.
The candidates will be free to exercise fresh options during the second counseling and the
students can forgo any/all choices preferred earlier.
(i) Late recognition – If an institution gets recognition from the central councils after the
second counseling, then the seats will be filled up from the waiting list and no fresh
counseling will be held.
(j) Transfer of seats to management quota - As explained above government quota seats
remaining vacant will be transferred to management quota and filled up by the
institutions from the eligible students strictly as per their merit after obtaining a
certificate from the Selection Committees/University that that there are no candidates
available with them and they are unable to fill up the government quota.
(k) Management/Minority quota –The institution would give wide publicity in at least two
reputated newspapers and students would be given at least 14 days time to apply. The
applications would be submitted to the institutions directly. Admission form would not be
denied to any candidate. The management/minority quota will be filled on the basis of
inter se merit of the students in the relevant test. The admissions would be finalized by
the Committee as para 9(E). The University representative would be at liberty to place on
record the copies of applications sent by the candidates to the colleges directly, for
consideration by the committee.
(l) Left over seats - It is quite possible that for BAMS/BHMS/BDS courses sufficient
number of eligible students ( as per PMET percentage –para 10(g) above) are not
available. In that case the vacant seats can be filled up from the students on the basis of
their marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology ( PCB) in the qualifying examination after
seeking permission from the Selection Committee/ University. Preference will be given to
candidates who have appeared in PMET but PMET merit will not count. If seats are still
left vacant then these can be filled up on the basis of PCM marks in the qualifying
examination from the students who have not appeared in PMET 2004, after seeking
permission from the Selection Committee /University.
(m) CBSE quota – Seats surrendered from CBSE quota will go to general category.
(n) Declaration by students - Candidates and their parents will have to give a declaration
11. FEE
Fees and other charges for various courses for admission in the first year classes for the year
2004-05 is as follows
(a) Entrance Test :
Cost of Prospectus - Rs 750
Application for PMET – 2004 - Rs 1250 ( 50 % for SC/ST)
Application for Admission - Rs 500
(b) Government ( Med/Dental/Ayurved) College
(i) Fee and other charges ( Annual) Rs
Tuition fee 8,500
Admission fee 500
Student fund 2,000
Medical Fund 500
Security 1,000
Dilapidated fund 500
Total 13,000
(ii) Hostel Fee ( Annual) Rs
Room Rent 7200
Electricity & Water charges 4,200
Utensils 500
Mess Servant Charges 2,000
Common Room Fund 750
Student Fund 750
Dilapidated Fund 500
Mess Die charges- actual
Total 15,900
Hostel Security of Rs.1,000/- to be charged only once.
In case of room being shared by two or more students then Rs 4800
per student. .
(c) Private Colleges
(i) Fees ( Annual and provisional) Rs
Medical Colleges 75,000
Dental Colleges 55,000
Ayurvedic/Homoeopathic Colleges 35,000
Note1 - These include all kinds of charges and nothing extra will be charged from the
students under any head or guise.
Note 2- The fee will be payable on annual basis and the colleges will not insist on deposit of
fee of the entire course in advance. At the most students can be asked to give a bond that
they will be liable to pay the balance fee for the whole course even if they left in midstream.
Note 3- The fee shall be refunded/ adjusted if a candidate is shifted from one college to an
other in second or subsequent counseling/operation of waiting list.
(ii) Hostel fee and Security Advance ( Annual and provisional)
i. General Room Rs.12,000/- per year (Maximum) for single bed.
ii. Special Room (attached bathroom and AC) Rs.20,000/- per year Maximum.
iii. Security Advance Rs.10,000/- or its equivalent (to be refundable at the completion of