The Seat allocation has been done and available on PGMI website. Please look in to it and if you don’t want to avail that slot for any personal reason then submit your resignation from your allocated slot in writing to PGMI office by 10am Tuesday 11th August. The seat allocation will be repeated again after excluding those applicants who submit the resign. That seat allocation will be final and office order will be issued.
Just to remind you that, as per policy any Trainee who fails to join or resign after Induction office order is issued, will not be allowed to apply in next induction.
Attention: FCPS-II INDUCTION July 2020 LEFT OVER Applicants
Those applicants, who failed to get the slot in seat allocation list, can avail seat on NOC basis in any CPSP approved Institutes/Hospital within and outside KP as per following Policy:
A. Those who want to avail seat on NOC basis need to exclude their names from Seat allocation process before 10am Tuesday 11th August. If seat is allocated to them in final allocation (at 10am Tuesday 11th August) then they will not be eligible to avail seat on NOC basis. Once they surrender the allocated slot, will not be given the chance to re-enter in seat allocation process.
B. They have to come to PGMI Office on or before 2 pm 13th August with proper NOC.
C. Seat allocation on NOC basis is absolutely on applicants’ own risk and if any problem occur in placement in the unit or Registration with CPSP, PGMI will not be responsible.
1. BDS Applicant: In all specialties
2. Diagnostic Radiology. 4 years Program.
3. MBBS Applicants: only in following program
a. Radiotherapy (4 years Program)
b. Nuclear Medicine (4 years Program)
c. Emergency Medicine (4 years Program)
d. Medical Specialty (5 years Program) only in following sub specialties
i. Medical Oncology
The MBBS applicants have to submit an affidavit stating that:
i. Clearly mention the specialty and sub-specialty amongst above list which they want to opt.
ii. Assurance that they will not change their specialty/sub-specialty during the training program.
iii. Post-IMM sub-specialty (same which they choose now) will be offered in public sector hospitals of KP if available otherwise the trainee will be responsible to provide NOC from any CPSP approved Institutes/Hospitals within and outside KP for his/her selected sub specialty.
iv. If the trainee fails to join his/her selected sub-specialty after two years Pre-IMM general medicine training, he/she shall has to refund the two years stipend to PGMI.
v. The trainees have to serve the Health department Govt of KP at least for duration equal to their training.
vi. Any further condition/conditions required by Health Department Govt of KP or PGMI.