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Self Financing Scheme – inclusion of persecuted religious minority migrants from Bangladesh and Pakistan based in India
Posted:Feb 6, 2017
 
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Ministry of External Affairs is running a Self Financing Scheme for foreign nationals from developing countries for admission in MBBS / BDS / B E / B. Pharmacy, Diploma in Engineering / Diploma in Pharmacy in institutions in India against seats allotted by M/o Health & Family Welfare and M/o Human Resource Development to the Ministry.      

2. A decision had been taken to include persecuted religious minority migrants from Bangladesh and Pakistan based in India within the purview of this Scheme for admission in MBBS/BDS courses from academic year 2016-17 onwards with a view to facilitating their greater access to educational institutions in India. 

3. Applications are invited from eligible persecuted religious minority migrants from Bangladesh and Pakistan based in India for nominations to undergraduate MBBS/BDS courses under Self-Financing Scheme for the academic year 2017-18 against seats to be granted by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare to Ministry of  External Affairs latest by 30.06.17. 

4. From academic year 2017-18, all applicants are required to appear in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) conducted by CBSE for admission in MBBS/BDS courses in India, including foreign students. CBSE’s website www.cbseneet.nic.in may be accessed for further details. 

5. Eligibility Criteria 

(a)  A candidate must have scored a minimum of 50% marks each in Physics, Chemistry and Biology and 50% in English in the qualifying examination (equivalent to 10+2 standard of CBSE in India; equivalence certificate from Association of Indian Universities must be enclosed if applicable).

(b) Where grades are awarded in grade XII or equivalent exam, the marks obtained in percentage terms should invariably be indicated along with the criteria for converting the relevant grades into percentage.

(c) NEET- It shall be necessary for a candidate to obtain minimum of marks at 50thpercentile in NEET.

6. How to Apply - Three sets of duly filled applications complete in all respects and with attested enclosures as mentioned should be submitted at the following address :- 

Under Secretary (Edu)

Ministry of External Affairs

Room No. 2019, Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan

23 D, Janpath, New Delhi 110 011.

osdedu@mea.gov.in  .    

Tel / Fax   49015412 / 49015413.               

7. Applicants should enclose the following with their applications :-

a.  three copies of recent passport size photograph,

b. copy of Foreign passport current or last held,

c. copy of Entry Visa into India,

d. copy of long Term Visa,

e. copy of last FRRO/FRO registration (proof of last police reporting in case of Pakistani nationals),

f. copy of birth certificate,

g.  character certificate from Head of the Institution last attended,

h. copies of marks sheets of grade XII or equivalent exam,

i. NEET score sheet,

j. In case the applicant has passed the qualifying exam from a foreign country, the marks sheet and degree / certificate of the qualifying exam are required to be attested by the concerned Indian Mission in that country.

8. All the documents as mentioned in para 7(a) to (i) should be duly attested by FRO / Gazetted officers of concerned district administration. 

9. The applicants may please be advised that merely forwarding their applications should not be treated as assurance for their nomination by the Ministry. The Ministry will scrutinize all the applications and only after these are found complete in all respects, the names of the eligible applicants will be considered for nomination in the order of merit and preference for the course. 

10. Selected candidates are expected to comply with admission formalities and procedures of the respective college / university. 

11. The list of colleges/institutions for MBBS/BDS courses (as per last year’s allocation) is enclosed. The seats are generally allocated in these Colleges/Institutions but may vary depending on the final allocation by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Applicants may accordingly indicate their preference for the institute and the course. 

12. It may please be noted that above seats are on self-financing basis and Students Cell in this Ministry does not provide any financial aid / scholarships under this Scheme. Fees structure applicable may differ from Institute to Institute and the final decision in this regard rests with the concerned Institute. 

February 02, 2017

ANNEXURE –I

List of Medical/ Dental Colleges

(As per last year's allocation*)

1.All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.

2.Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi.

3.VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi. 

4.Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)

5.Silchar Medical College, Silchar (Assam) 

6.A N Magadh Medical College, Gaya (Bihar)

7.Govt. Medical College, Ambikapur (Chhattisgarh)

8.Pt. B.D. Sharma Medical College, Rohtak (Haryana)

9.SMS Medical College, Jaipur (Rajasthan)

10.Medical college, Thrissur, (Kerala)

11.G R Medical College, Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh) 

12.Govt. Medical College, Rajnandgaon (Chhattisgarh)

13.B. J.  Medical College, Pune (Maharashtra)

14.RNT Medical College, Udaipur (Rajasthan)

15.Govt. Medical College, Nagpur (Maharashtra)

16.LLM  Medical College, Meerut (Uttar Pradesh)

17.BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh)

18.MLB Medical College, Jhansi, (Uttar Pradesh)

19.MLN Medical College, Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh)

20.North Bengal Medical College, Darjeeling (West Bengal)

21.M.G.I.M.S, Wardha, Sewagram (Maharashtra)

22.Grant Medical College, Mumbai (Maharashtra)

23.SMS Medical College, Jaipur (Rajasthan)

24.MGM Medical College, Jamshedpur (Jharkhand)

25.Government Dental College, Nagpur (Maharashtra)

26.Government Dental College, Raipur, (Chhattisgarh)

* Allocation of MEA Quota for 2017-18 is awaited from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

APPLICATION FORM FOR NOMINATION UNDER SELF FINANCING SCHEME FOR PERSECUTED RELIGIOUS MINORITY MIGRANTS FROM BANGLADESH AND PAKISTAN BASED IN INDIA FOR INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA FOR MBBS/ BDS COURSE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-18.

(As far as possible the entries, except the Signature, should be type written)

TO BE SUBMITTED IN TRIPLICATE 

2. (i) Full address to which communication may be sent  (in block letters) ......                

    ........................................................................................................................         

    ........................................................................................................................

    ........................................................................................................................

     .......................................................................................................................

(ii) Telephone (Mob/Landline) with Country/City Code ...........................................................

(iii) Email Id ................................................................................................................................

 

3.  (i) Date & Place (with Country) of Birth................................................................................

     (ii) Age as on 31stDecember 2017:.....................Years ..................Months...................Days 

 

4. (a) Country & Place of residence ..........................................................................................

     (b) Nationality     ..................................................................................................................

     (c) Number and Details of Passport current or last held or any other travel document held

 

          by the applicant.   ............................................................................................................

 

          .........................................................................................................................................

 

    (d) Details of Entry Visa into India ......................................................................................

 

    (e) Details of Long Term Visa   ..........................................................................................

 

  (Attach Photostat copy of above documents duly attested by FRRO / FRO / Gazetted Officer of the concerned District Administration)

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5. (a) Name of Father/ Mother ....................................................................................................

     (b) Nationality of Father/ Mother ...........................................................................................

     (c) Address of Father/ Mother in the country of his/ her domicile .........................................

......................................................................................................................................................

 

6. Name and Address of person to be notified in case of emergency.

    ...............................................................................................................................................

 

7. Have you ever applied for nomination earlier? If yes, give year.............................................

 

8. Educational qualifications, beginning with Matriculation / School Certificate or its equivalent Examination i.e. Grade X onwards:          

___________________________________________________________________________

Examination  Year of    Subjects   Percentage of

 Passed               Passing     taken   marks obtained

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9. (i) Roll No. of NEET 2017 ......................................................................................................

    (ii) Place of Examination Centre ............................................................................................

   (iii) NEET Score ......................................................................................................................

(Copy of NEET Score Sheet duly attested by FRRO/ FRO/ Gazetted Officer of the      concerned District Administration)

 

 

 

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10. Name of the course to which admission is sought ...........................................    

     (Note: A candidate who desires to be considered for more than one course should submit separate applications.)

 

11.   Name of institutions in order of  1.

      preference to which admission is  2. 

      desired.     3.

 

 

 

  

  

 I hereby declare that I have got myself medically examined and declared fit, that the particulars given are true to the best of my knowledge and belief, that I have made satisfactory arrangements for regular supply of funds for my education in India.  I understand that no financial assistance will be provided by the Government of India, that as a guarantee I and Mr./Mrs./Ms  .............................................................................(name of Parent / Guardian) do hereby jointly and severally bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators.   

 

 

 

Signature of the Candidate                                   Signature of the Candidate’s       Parent/guardian

 

 

Place:

 

 

Date:

Duly attested by FRRO / FRO / Gazetted Officer of the concerned District Administration.

 
 
 
 
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