MBBS, BDS ESI quota: Draft list of eligible candidates ready

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The draft list of the candidates who are eligible to apply for the MBBS / BDS seats (IP quota) that have been allotted for the wards of those who possess the Employees State Insurance, at the ESI’s corporation’s medical and dental colleges and some government medical colleges, has been published in the website. www.esic.nic.in/admissions.

The admission guidelines too have been published on the website. However, the candidates should log into https://mcc.nic.in for information about the national level allotment conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee.

The applicants should have qualified this year’s National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam – UG. The admission is to the seats that fall vacant after the 15% All India quota and the state quota. Meanwhile, in the national level, the ESI quota would be included in the general pool. The allotment of the eligible candidates would be conducted on the basis of their merit and interests. The reservation criteria of the central government too would be followed.

The candidates should check the website for the notification and submit the application for this quota within the stipulated time. Besides, the ‘Ward of Insured Person’ certificate issued by the competent authority too should be submitted. Mop up counselling would be conducted to the vacant seats. The annual tuition fee is Rs 24,000. This should be submitted as bank draft at the college during the time of admission. Besides, a service contract worth Rs 5 lakh should be submitted. 31 March 2022 is the last date for approving the candidate as an insured person for this year’s admission.

There are 437 MBBS seats in the national level including the 38 seats at Kollam Parippally medical college. ESI seats are available in the medical colleges in Faridabad (43), Kolkata (65), Chennai (25), Bengaluru (56), Gulbarga (56), Hyderabad (43), Alwar, Rajasthan (20), Patna (35), Coimbatore (20) and Mandi Himachal Pradesh (36). Meanwhile, there are 28 BDS seats in Gulbarga.

The candidates could submit online applications via www.esic.nic.in. The instructions are given in the notice published in the website. The women candidates must be unmarried and must be dependents of insured father/mother. The student and the parent should submit separate undertakings to prove this (clause 4 and 5). Moreover, the applicants should register in the IP quota in the MCC website. 

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