DTE Maharashtra Direct Second Year Pharmacy Admission 2017 - Directorate of Technical Education has issued notification of the eligible candidates for
DTE Maharashtra Direct Second Year Pharmacy Admission 2017 – Directorate of Technical Education has issued notification of the eligible candidates for Admission to Direct Second Year Pharmacy Course for Academic Year 2017-18 in the Maharashtra State. Candidates can check the complete information of DTE Maharashtra Direct Second Year Pharmacy Admission 2017 application process, eligibility criteria and other information on this page below.
Latest – Final Merit List for DTE Maharashtra Direct Second Year Pharmacy Admission 2017 has been released, Check it below.
DTE Maharashtra Direct Second Year Pharmacy Admission 2017
Interested and Eligible candidates have to fill the online application for admission in Direct Second Year Pharmacy course from here. The Competent Authority, the Commissioner of State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State, shall be the authority for the Centralized Admission Process and shall direct the students to their allotment through CAP to all institutions i.e. Government, Government Aided, Unaided Institutions.
Revised Schedule for DTE Maharashtra Direct Second Year Pharmacy Admission 2017 is given below:
All the eligible Candidates who have submitted Application Form on or before the last date specified for the submission of Application Form for Admission through CAP have been assigned to merit number. The merit list has been prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the Candidate on the basis of which Diploma is awarded by the examining authority. DTE Maharashtra has released provisional Merit list on the official website. Candidates can check the merit through the direct link provided below.
To Check Final Diploma Merit – Click here
To Check Final Merit list for All India Diploma Candidates – Click here
To Check Final Merit List For Maharashtra State Diploma Candidates – Click here
To Check Blocked Candidates for Final Merit – Click Here
To Check Provisional Diploma Merit – Click here
To Check Provisional Merit list for All India Diploma Candidates – Click here
To Check Provisional Merit List For Maharashtra State Diploma Candidates – Click here
To Check Blocked Candidates for Provisional Merit – Click here
Candidatures shall be resolved in the following order of preference and the methodology as specified below:
Higher percentage of marks in Physics at HSC
Higher percentage of marks in Chemistry at HSC
Higher percentage of marks in SSC
Higher percentage of marks in Science at SSC
Centralised Admission Process (CAP)
Candidates through the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) referred to in subsection (3) of section 3 of the Act. The Government, Government Aided and University Department shall also admit the candidates through CAP.
The stages of CAP shall be as stated below.
Display or Publishing of Information Brochure by the Competent Authority. The Information Brochure has been published on the website of the Competent Authority.
Filling Online Application Form by Candidate for participation in the Centralized Admission Process.
Allotment of seats by CAP Round I, II, III and IV
All CAP Rounds (CAP Round I, II, III and IV) shall be conducted by computerized allotment.
In CAP Round I, II and III, the Stages I to III of rule 10 of these rules shall be executed.
If the seat remains vacant due to non-allotment and non-reporting for admission, such seat will be considered for allotment in subsequent round.
For the CAP Round-IV, the Stage-I to IX of rule 10 of these rules shall be executed.
Allotment in CAP Round-I, II and III of Home University Seats, Other than Home University seats and State Level Seats will be carried out by InterSe-Merit of Candidates having Maharashtra State Candidature. The seats will be allotted to Candidates as per Inter-Se-Merit, options filled and available at that stage of time in the stage of CAP Round-I, II and III;
All Candidates eligible for a particular stage of allotment will be considered for allotment of that seat in that stage, even if they have been allotted or not allotted to seat in the previous stage;
The Applicant who has allotted the seat shall download the “Provisional Seat Allotment Letter”
Acceptance of the seats, applicant seat shall pay for the costs of acceptance of payment line (credit / debit / Internet Banking / etc) in such a way or by the competent authority has determined and inform the Center of Admission statement identified. (The list is available on the website if). Seat will be confirmed by the Admission Notification Center after verification of the original documents and ensure that the applicant meets the eligibility standards. The center supports issuing the line of acceptance received;
Seat of the acceptance Fee is Rs 5000 / -. For the general candidate category VJ / DT, NT, SBC / OBC category and Rs 1000 / -. For SC, ST category candidates. The applicant must pay Acceptance costs when the first seat only return.
Fees for acceptance confiscated seats paid by the applicant, if the applicant will submit a report to the Institute after informing the CRA, on the due date.
Second year of Direct Pharmacy: Eligible applicants must complete the online application form. The registration fee for general category candidates, the candidate outside Maharashtra and the children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries is Rs 800 / -. And category candidates reserved to the state of Maharashtra and persons with applicants for disability Maharashtra is Rs 600 / -. And for children of NRI / OCI / IOP abroad is Rs 5000 / -. (.) Online payment only applicants must complete the online application form according to the schedule. Calendar will be published shortly.
The list of facilitation centers is posted on the site. It will be the Facilitation Center application to facilitate filling out the online application form, exploring and downloading the required documents at no cost.
In Maharashtra India and Pan-Candidate Candidate
The candidate must be a citizen of India
Pharmacy career passed course with at least 45% marks (marks of at least 40% in the case of candidates from backward class categories and persons with disabilities in the state of Maharashtra only) from an All India Council for Technical education or the Pharmacy Council of India or central or state government approved the creation or its equivalent.