In accordance with the decision of Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Medical Counselling Committee, Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (IPGME&R), Kolkata, will conduct the admission process for all-India quota candidates, who have been allotted seats in the institute, as per the schedule published on the mcc.nic.in portal. Concerned candidates are advised to carefully go through the applicable rules & regulations, respect COVID restrictions prevailing in West Bengal and elsewhere and participate in the admission process by reporting on the scheduled days. While every effort will be made to keep the admission offices open on Sundays and public holidays, as per the recommendations of MCC, it may not always be possible to do so because of manpower constraints. Candidates may contact on the numbers mentioned below and plan their schedule accordingly.
Candidates are advised to go through the notice, arrange all documents, pay fees online and get the necessary bonds ready and then visit the college office. This will make the admission process smoother and avoid crowding.
The admission process will be handled by the institute’s Student Section (Office of the Dean of Student Affairs), Ground Floor, Academic Building. The address of the institute is IPGME&R and SSKM Hospital, 244 A. J. C. Bose Road, Kolkata 70020. For outstation candidates it is easier to remember that this is the PG Hospital located near Rabindra Sadan.
For urgent communication you can contact (between 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM)
Prof. Avijit Hazra, Dean of Student Affairs, on Mobile: 98311-88172
Dr. Kuntala Ray, Nodal Officer, Admissions, on Mobile: 83340-44464
Please note that it may not be possible to resolve all issues over phone.
For non-urgent communication queries can be addressed to
Communicate from an E-mail ID which is readily accessible to you. Do not communicate for trivial reasons – these will be ignored.
While communicating by e-mail you MUST specify
~ Your name, NEET-PG Roll No & All-India rank
~ College & Subject allotted
~ Active mobile number and E-mail ID
Fees payable are Rs. 18,050/- (Rupees eighteen thousand and fifty) only for all categories of candidates. No concessions are applicable. Fees are to be deposited online and pdf copy of the transaction receipt generated to be saved.
For fee payment please
Select in sequence State: West Bengal | Type of Institution: Educational Institutions | Educational Institution’s Name: IPGMER Kolkata | and finally select appropriate payment category.
Do not forget to save a copy of the online transaction receipt.
The fees paid are refundable [excluding the Admission Fee of Rs. 2,000/- (Rupees Two thousand) only] if the candidate gets upgraded in the 2nd round and leaves the college or if a candidate surrenders his/her seat within stipulated dates. Refund has to be claimed by submitting an application PHYSICALLY or through E-MAIL within 3 months of the end of the full all-India admission process. Enclose proof of fee payment with the application. After verification in the accounts section of the college, the refund amount will be credited through the bank account details provided by the candidates electronically – the bank details will be captured in a fee payment declaration form.
Note that candidates moving from IPGME&R to another government college in West Bengal need not pay the fees again in the second institution, if this is acceptable to the institution concerned. In this case they will NOT be eligible for refund from IPGME&R.
Documents to be submitted
After submission of fees, please collate documents for submission as per the checklist provided (checklist to be downloaded). Some documents / templates are to be downloaded – links provided below. Please arrange all documents in order of the checklist and put them in a clear bag type plastic folder before coming to the admission office. This will make the admission process smoother and easier.
The following documents are to be submitted.
Checklist of documents being submitted duly filled-in and signed. Documents submitted must tally with this checklist. Download checklist here
College Admission Form duly filled in and signed. Download form here
Seat allotment letter.
NEET-SS Admit card.
NEET-SS Rank letter.
MBBS degree certificate.
MD / MS degree certificate.
Marksheet MD / MS University examination.
Permanent Registration certificate issued by Medical Council of India or a state Medical Council – preferably updated with MD / MS qualification
Date of birth proof (Birth Certificate or Secondary or Higher Secondary examination admit card / marksheet issued by a recognized Board or Council stating date of birth).
Photo ID proof (Passport / Voter ID card / AADHAAR Card).
* Premature discontinuation bond on non-judicial stamp paper (not less than Rs. 100/-), duly filled in, signed and notarized. Download template here
*,# Service to state government bond on non-judicial stamp paper (not less than Rs. 100/-), duly filled in, signed and notarized. Download template here .
Proof of online fee payment to IPGME&R (Transaction receipt copy).
Fee payment declaration filled in and signed by candidate. Download form here.
For in-service candidates (WBHS / WBMES / WBPHAS): Certificate from the Dept. of H&FW, Govt. of WB, to the effect that incumbent fulfils all the conditions/eligibility for service quota and TR.
For in-service candidates (WBHS / WBMES / WBPHAS): Certificate from the Institute Head or Custodian of the Service Book to the effect that incumbent fulfils all the conditions/eligibility for service quota and TR.
For candidates in service in other government / semi-government / autonomous public sector undertakings: ID card and NOC from employer, along with mention of place of posting. Such communication should also indicate whether the candidate should draw stipend from the admitted institute (in which case, service bond will have to be furnished).
Recent color passport size photo – 4 copies with name written on the back.
* Formats as provided by state government.
# Not required for candidates who are already in service with a government or autonomous public sector unit, in which case NOC from employer must be submitted instead. These candidates will continue to draw their regular salary and will not be eligible for stipend.
Bonds must be made computer printed or typewritten on appropriate denomination non-judicial stamp paper. Information at the blank fields must also be entered computer printed or typewritten – hand-written is not acceptable – except signatures. Candidates may get the bonds ready by filling-in blank fields appropriately, getting clear prints and then getting them duly notarized. Note that local courts will be closed on public holidays.
The college will make all efforts to accommodate candidates in genuine difficulty for any reason. However, requests to admit in the absence of essential documents WILL NOT be entertained. Also, requests to admit without fee payment WILL NOT be entertained.
Candidates must note the following:
All documents must be produced in original for verification. Electronic versions cannot be accepted.
Laminated documents will not be accepted for verification.
Please bring one set of photocopies of all documents to be retained by the college office. Poor quality photocopies or scanned documents will not be accepted.
Selected documents will be retained by the college office in original as specified below.
Documents to be retained in original
As is the norm, the following documents will be retained by the college in ORIGINAL till release from bond posting:
Medical Registration certificate
MD / MS Degree Certificate
Marksheet of MD / MS university examination
MBBS Degree Certificate
Bonds as applicable
If applicable, NOC issued by employer for in government / public sector service candidate.
We look forward to meeting our prospective postdoctoral students.