The eligible applicants can approach the institution for the application form or can register online at the official website of the institution by paying a nominal fee through demand draft or by electronically transferring the money online.
The applicants are expected to attest all the necessary documents proving the authenticity of the documents attached.
The necessary marks sheets, report cards, and transcripts should be submitted along with the application form.
Once the candidates have applied for the admission into the institution, they will be shortlisted in accordance with the merit of the individual performance in the concerned entrance exams or qualifying exams as per the norms set by the institution for MGM Medical College, Indore, admission 2019.
The shortlisted students might be taken through the various rounds of admissions such as written tests, group discussions, and personal interviews.
The above-mentioned process is completely administered and will be overseen by the institution under the norms set by the same.
Finally, the selected student's list will be announced on the official website of the college and will be personal notified and the selected candidates are asked to report back to the institution with the acceptance of the admission.
Admission Process For MBBS / MD:
The admission of the applicants is solely based on merit and all applicants should be qualified in NEET for MGM Medical College, admission.
The rank list will be prepared based on the rank obtained in NEET.
For MGM Medical College, Indore admission 2019 all applicants must have passed (10+2) exam conducted by the central board of secondary education (CBSE) or any of its state equivalents with a minimum aggregate of 50% of marks overall along with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics mandatory subjects from any recognised university/institution.
An aggregate marks relaxation of 5% is allowed for the SC/ST candidates.
Candidates must have qualified the entrance examinations NEET 2019
15% of the seats are reserved for Non-Resident Indians (NRIs).
Other qualifications include Higher secondary Examinations or The Indian School Certificate Examination which is equivalent to 10+2 Higher Secondary Examination, after a period of 12 years of study, the last two years of study comprising Physics, Chemistry, and Biology with English.
The cut off depends on every year's percentage.