Mumbai: The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) on Thursday released online the Preference Form for NRI students (Non Resident Indians) who are seeking admission in various medical courses based on the result of NEET(UG)-CET 2017 in Maharashtra.
The Preference Form for NRI is now online on DMER website and interested candidates can fill it following the steps given as under.
How ro fill Preference Form for NRI
- Click here to go to DMER NRI Preference Form Page: dmer.org.
- Log-in using Cet-Cell Form No. and password
- Also enter NEET Application no.
- Click on Log in
- After Login, Preference Form will be displayed.
Candidate should submit one Preference Form. After filling and final submission of Preference Form, no chance will be given to fill fresh preference form / change the preferences.
Candidate can fill Minimum 1 preference and Maximum 300 preferences. 100 preferences will be displayed; one after another in TAB .You have to click < SAVE Preferences > with all 100 filled preferences to display next TAB for next 100 preferences.
The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) had on Friday July 28 released online the NEET(UG)-CET 2017- First Round Selection List for MBBS/BDS Courses in Govt./Corp./Sevagram Colleges on its official website.
The 64-page NEET(UG)-CET 2017- First Round Selection List for MBBS/BDS Courses in Govt./Corp./Sevagram Colleges is now online and candidates can access/download it by clicking on related link on the website.
Candidates whose names figured in the list released today shoule note that the last date of joining the respective college is August 02, 2017 upto 5 pm (Including Holidays).
Candidates should also note that the last date to fill the Status Retention Form at College is August 03, 2017 upto 5 pm (Including Holidays).
"Candidate should submit all the original documents and pay requisite fees in the selected college within the stipulated time; failing which this selection stands cancelled", the DMER said in the official statement.
After NEET UG 2017 results, every state is individually accepting online registrations for admissions in medical colleges. Accordingly, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Maharashtra also called for applications from NEET qualifiers.
National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET UG -2017) is organized all over India. Students who had cracked 12th standard HSC exam participated in thw test.