According to the information available on the official website, PGIMER MD/MS Counselling Allotment List 2020 along with PGIMER 2020 Results for MSc Entrance Exam has been announced by PGIMER Chandigarh. Candidates who have appeared for the MSc entrance exam or counselling process can check the status by logging onto the official website of the institute – pgimer.edu.in
Allotment of Seats for MD/MS Course (2nd Online Counselling)
Shortlisted candidates for admission into MD/MS programs based on the counselling process held earlier, can login to the portal and check their selection status by downloading the allotment letters. It is to be noted that:
- The allotment result is available only for 2nd round of couselling.
- Having your name reflected on the selected list and getting an appointment or allotment letter does not guarantee admission to the course. It is subject to verification of original degree/certificates at the time of joining and fitness certified by the Medical Board of the Institute.
The allotment letters can be downloaded by accepting the seat and by paying the required amount of fee at the online portal. Allotment letters and fee receipts must be produced at the time of joining. Selected candidates are required to report at Bhargava auditorium, PGIMER, Chandigarh from July 15, 2020 to July 18, 2020 between 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Steps to Check MSc Entrance Result for PGIMER 2020
- Visit the official portal – pgimer.edu.in
- On the homepage, scroll down and find the “Information for Candidates” section.
- Click on the link relevant to MSc courses
- Click on the link “CLICK HERE FOR RESULT” adjacent to “Links”.
- On the redirected page, login by providing the “User/Login ID” and “Password” created during the registration process.
- Results for Msc Entrance will be displayed on the screen.
- Download and take a printout of a copy of MSc Entrance examination result of PGIMER 2020.
The institute came into existence on July 7, 1963 and was inaugarated by the Honourable Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru. It was initially under the control of the Government of undivided Punjab. Post the reorganization of state and administrative control, it was passed on to the Union Territory of Chandigarh in November 1966. Consequent upon the the Act of Parliament in 1967, the institute started functioning as an autonomous body under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.