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DU PGMET  (Delhi University Post Graduate Medical/Dental Entrance Test  )

The Post-Graduate Medical Entrance Test (PGMET) is  conducted by the University of Delhi for selecting candidates for the 50% seats in PostGraduate (Degree/ Diploma) Courses and MDS Courses under University of Delhi. The selection will be made from the medical graduates and Dental Surgery graduates of University of Delhi.

The Entrance Test for the rest of the 50% seats will be conducted by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences directly on behalf of the Directorate General of Health Services (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare) as per the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India except for MD (Community Health Administration) and D.H.E. courses, which will be filled up by University of Delhi.

If any seat remains vacant under All India Quota, the same shall be transferred to Delhi University Quota. All the candidates seeking admission to Post-Graduate (Degree/ Diploma) courses except

         D.H.E. course are required to appear at the PGMET.


A candidate must have completed satisfactorily one year of compulsory rotating internship after passing the final M.B.B.S. examination.  The candidate must have full registration with the Delhi Medical Council/ State  Medical Council/ Medical Council of India. The candidate must have put in 5 years of service .


Within the month of April In the month of February


Within the third week of february

NOTE- Time schedule of the whole process can change year to year


The examination consists of two papers, i.e. Paper I and II.  Paper I

will consist of 100 objective type, multiple choice questions carrying

a maximum of 400 marks.

Paper II will consist of 200 objective type multiple choice questions

carrying a maximum of 800 marks.

For each paper, the candidates will be provided  with a sealed Test

Booklet with Answer Sheet.  Each question will be followed by four

responses marked (1),(2),(3) and (4).  Of these, only one will be the

most appropriate or the correct response.


IS available before the exam dates.


Admission would be made strictly on the basis of merit of the eligible candidates determined by marks obtained in the PGMET.  In case, two or more candidates obtain equal marks in PGMET, the inter-se-merit of such

candidates shall be determined in order of preference as follows:

(i) The candidate who has got more aggregate  marks, in the first attempt taking into consideration marks of all the three professional examinations of M.B.B.S./ B.D.S. course together, will be given preference for admission.

(ii) If the candidates have equal marks in M.B.B.S. / B.D.S. also, after taking into consideration marks of all the three professional examinations, then the candidate older/ oldest in age will be given preference for admission. The candidates in order of merit will be required to appear before Post-Graduate Admission Committee constituted by the Board of Research Studies of the Faculty of Medical Sciences for counselling and admissions on the specified dates

 No communication would be sent to the individual candidates for appearing before the PostGraduate Admission Committee.  The candidates should appear before the Post-Graduate Admission Committee on the specified dates according to their merit as per schedule

If a candidate is absent on his/ her turn at the time of counselling and comes late on the same day before the end of the counselling, he/ she may be allowed to appear in the counselling on  his/ her written request and on payment of  ₹ 1000/- in cash as a penalty for late coming.

Such candidate shall appear in the counselling just after the batch, for which counselling was going on, at the time when he/she submitted his/her request and deposited the penalty for late coming. He/she may opt for a course/ institution, which is available to him/her at that time

 In case a candidate does not report before the  end of counselling session on the specified date, he/she shall forfeit his/ her claim for admission to any course.

 The candidate will be required to produce admit card, original certificates as mentioned  and a demand draft of ` 7000/- towards payment of fees as mentioned at clause  for verification, failing which he/ she shall not be allowed to appear in the counselling.

 The candidates would be called in for counselling in batch of 10 candidates. When a candidate appears before the aforesaid Committee he/she would be informed of the available subjects and institutions in which the courses are available.  From among the subjects and the

institutions available at the time of his/her counselling, he/she would be entitled to select only one subject and one institution and he/she would be allotted to the said subject and to the said Institution.Once a candidate joins the allotted subject and Institution in  1st round of counselling and decide to accept another Seat/ Institution during the 2

nd round counseling, he/she must relinquish the seat accepted during 1

st round of counselling and have to submit a declaration to the effect that he/she has relinquished the seat accepted by him/her earlier and shall have no claim on that seat and that he/she will submit a fresh ‘Bond’ in place of the ‘Bond’ submitted by him/her earlier. The name of such candidate would be  included in the waiting list for 2nd counseling according to his/her merit in PGMET .If any seat falls vacant in any subject in any Institution during the course of Counseling or

there after, the same would be filled up in the next/subsequent Counseling, if any, from the waiting list strictly in order of merit in the same manner as mentioned above. While filling up vacant seats on account of drop out or surrender of seats or under any other

circumstances, only candidates in the waiting list at that point of time will be considered.

The candidate who has been offered a seat in any counseling and has accepted the offer but has not surrendered his/her seat (in writing) before the stipulated date and has also not joined the said course, he/she will not be entitled to be placed on the waiting list and will also be debarred in the subsequent Entrance examinations till the duration of the course concerned is over. A candidate who does not wish to be admitted to any of the subjects available at the time of his/her counselling may give in writing to the  said effect.  He/she will be placed in the

waiting list and will be considered for admission to the vacant seats, if any, in the subsequent counselling in order of merit.

The counselling shall close as soon as all the seats of Post-Graduate (Degree/ Diploma)/M.D.S. Courses are allotted.

Score Validity

The score of DUPGMET shall be valid approximately for the period of 1 year.



Candidate concentrate on each section practiced by sample papers and previous year’s question paper   .Study the problems by doing it. Otherwise one  will not get enough speed or time for entrance exam as he needs to complete each question within a minute. Study other subjects after completing maths.Candidates can make use of coaching centers and sample question papers.