WEST BENGAL JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS BOARD
AQ-13/1, SECTOR – V, SALT LAKE CITY, KOLKATA – 700 091
Ph No : (033) 2367-1198/1199/1159/1149, Toll Free No: 18003450050
NOTICE FOR WBJEEM – 2015
On-line Application Form fill-up process for West Bengal Joint
Entrance Examination (WBJEEM) – 2015 for admission to
Engineering / Technology / Pharmacy / Architecture / Medical and
Dental under-graduate courses in various Institutions of West Bengal
will commence from 22.12.2014. Information Brochure including all
relevant details and on-line application form will be available in the
website : www.wbjeeb.nic.in
The schedule of Examination is as follows :
Date of Examination Subject, Marks and Timing of Examination
18.04.2015 (Saturday) Biological Sciences (150 marks) 1to 4.00 p.m.
19.04.2015 (Sunday) Mathematics (100 marks) 12 noon to 2.00 p.m.
Physics-Chemistry (100 marks) 3.00 to 5.00 p.m.
The revised syllabi for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and
Biological Sciences are already available in our website (www.wbjeeb.in).
Dated: November 17, 2014
1. The Mathematics paper will remain a 100 marks paper. The Biological Sciences paper will
be a 150 marks paper. The Physics and Chemistry papers will be combined to a single 100
marks paper with 50 marks each for Physics and Chemistry.
2. Each paper will be of MCQ type containing three categories of questions.
(a). Only one option is correct, correct response will yield one mark.
(b). For incorrect response, 25% of full mark (1/4) would be deducted and
(c). For more than one answer indicated against a particular question in the OMR
sheet; the said answer will be treated as incorrect response/answer. Marks will be
deducted on the basis of rule enumerated in Clause (b) above.
(a). Only one option is correct, correct response will yield two marks.
(b). For incorrect response, 25% of full marks (1/2) would be deducted and
(c). For more than one answer indicated against a particular question in the OMR
sheet; the said answer will be treated as incorrect response/answer. Marks will be
deducted on the basis of rule enumerated in Clause (b) above.
(a). More than one option may be correct and marking of all correct options only will
yield two marks.
(b). For any combination of answers containing one or more incorrect responses, net
mark awarded will be zero (0) and
(c). For partially correct response without any incorrect marking:
Marks awarded = 2 x (no of correct responses) / (total no of correct options)
Questions will be based on the already published (www.wbjeeb.in) syllabus for WBJEEM-
3. In every subject, all questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ-type, with four
options against each of the questions) and the answer(s) to each of the questions has to be
marked on the OMR.
4. Distribution of questions amongst the three categories is listed in the table given below:
Subject Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Total Marks
Mathematics 60 X 1 mark 10 X 2 marks 10 X 2 marks each 100
Biological Sciences 90 X 1 mark 15 X 2 marks 15 X 2 marks 150
Physics-Chemistry 60 X 1 mark 10 X 2 marks each 10 X 2 marks each 100
Physics: Category 1: 30 questions, Category 2: 5 questions, Category 3: 5 questions
Chemistry: Category 1: 30 questions, Category 2: 5 questions, Category 3: 5 questions
5. The examination schedule will be as follows:
Date of Examination Subject, Marks and Timing of Examination
18.04.2015 (Saturday) – Biological Sciences (150 marks) 1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
19.04.2015 (Sunday)- Mathematics (100 marks) 12 noon to 2.00 p.m.
Physics-Chemistry (100 marks) 3.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
AIPMT & JEE (Main) On-line Application Form fill-up process going on 10-12-2014
UPCMET 2015 Notification
UP Unaided Medical Colleges Welfare Association MBBS Admission
UP Unaided Medical Colleges Welfare Association is conducting UPCMET 2015 for admission in MBBS First year 2015-16 for and on behalf of members colleges in compliance with order of Hon’ble Apex Court and Hon’ble Allahabad High Court Lucknow Bench vide Writ Petition No. 4265(MB) 2006, writ petition No. 276(MB) 2007 and Writ Petition No 5939 (M/S) 2012 Admission will be done as per the merit list prepared in the manner mentioned in this brochure on the basis of marks secured in the above UPCMET-2015 Eligibility Criteria Educational Qualification: Candidates must have passed 10+2 level examination of UP Board/ISC / CBSE or its equivalent from any recognised board/university with English as a subject, securing minimum 50% (40% in case of SC/ST/OBC) marks on average in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (including practical examination) taken together Candidates appearing in 10+2 examination of 2015 are also eligible to appear in entrance test but at the time of counseling they have to produce the passing marksheet of 10+2 examination, failing which no allotment of seats will be made Age Limit: To appear in the entrance examination candidate should have completed 17 years as on 31st December 2015 Nationality: Admission is open to all citizen of India Examination Centres: Agra, Allahabad, Bareilly, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Ghaziabad, Barabanki, Jaipur, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Meerut, Muzzaffarnagar, New Delhi, Patna, Ranchi, Varanasi Candidates will be allotted pre-defined examination centres for appearing in UPCMET-2015 as mentioned by them in the application form; however, the UPUMCWA reserves the right to change the exam centre due to unavoidable circumstances Admit Card: Admit card will be sent to the candidates by post at their present address given in application form If a candidate does not receive the admit card one week before the scheduled examination date he/she must visit association’s website www.upumcwa.org to find his/her centre/roll number by entering his/her application form number or he/she may contact on telephone number 09897600270, 09412761020 Duplicate admit card will be issued one day before the scheduled examination date from 10.00 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. at the examination centre opted by the students but not on the date of examination To get the duplicate admit card candidate should contact the observer-UPUMCWA at the examination centre and they must carry; two passport size photographs, similar to that pasted on application form; Rs.100/- as fee for duplicate admit card; photocopy of application form along with application form number; proof of submitting the application form; proof of identity such as passport/voter ID card/pan card/DL/high school certificate etc which must consist the photograph of candidate Application Form Application form is available on the website www.upumcwa.org for download/online submission The duly filled in application form (in case of download) or the confirmation page (in case of online submission) is to be sent through speed post the coordinator, First Floor, Anand Ashram Complex, Rampur Garden, Bareilly-243001 along with examination fee through demand draft of Rs.1000/- in favor of UPUMCWA payable at Bareilly Information brochure and OMR application form can be obtained through post from the Coordinator UPCMET-2015, First Floor, Anand Ashram Complex, Rampur Garden, Bareilly-234001 by sending demand draft of Rs.1050/- in favor of UPUMCWA payable at Bareilly along with two self addressed stickers Information brochure and OMR application form can be obtained in person from the cash counters of the participating member colleges on cash payment of Rs.1000/- Candidates are advised to go through all instructions and also check list as printed on the side corner of the envelop containing application form before finally submitting the application form Write your application form number on the envelop along with your address and then put the duly filled in application form and send it by registered post/speed post The candidates are also instructed to note the Application Form No. and to keep photocopy of submitted application form along with proof of having submitted the application form for any future reference For further details you may contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website www.upumcwa.
Important Dates Sale /Online Submission/Download of Application Form Starts from: 15th November 2014 (Saturday) Last Date of Submission of duly completed Application Form: 11th May 2015 (Monday) Date of Entrance Exam: 30th May 2015 (Saturday, time: 09.00 A.M. to 12.15 P.M.) Date of Result Declaration: By Second Week of June 2015 Counselling: After 15 July 2015 UP Unaided Medical Colleges Welfare Association (UPUMCWA) 1st Floor, Anand Ashram Complex, Anand Ashram, Rampur Garden, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, Tel.: 9897600270, Email email@example.com, Website www.upumcwa.org
Bharati Vidyapeeth Bhavan announces MBBS BDS BAMS BHMS Admission – 2015
Admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS & BHMS Courses 2015 Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune conducted Common Entrance Test – CET 2015 for admission to MBBS / BDS/BAMS/BHMS Courses for the academic year 2015-16
Students will be admitted to MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BHMS courses of the following constituent colleges of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University on the basis of the merit obtained by them in the All India Common Entrance Test 2015 Constituent Units of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University BVDU – Medical College, Pune BVDU – Medical College and Hospital, Sangli BVDU – Dental College and Hospital, Pune BVDU – Dental College and Hospital, Navi Mumbai BVDU – Dental College and Hospital, Sangli BVDU – College of Ayurved, Pune Homoeopathic BVDU – Medical College, Pune CET-2015 will be conducted on 03rd May 2015 from 1100 hrs to 1400 hrs at the examination centres in the following cities: Pune, Navi Mumbai, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Vadodara (Baroda), Indore, Bangalore, Lucknow, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Allahabad, Varanasi and Cochin The exact location and address of the examination centre of the individual candidate will be communicated to the candidate through his admission card The CET-2015 will consists of one question paper; it will be set in English medium and will contain 200 multiple choice objective type questions, 50 each on Physics, Chemistry and 100 question on Biology These questions will be set in general on the detailed syllabus given on pages 35 onwards; each correct answer will get one mark; there is no negative marking Intake Capacity The intake capacity of our Medical, Dental, Ayurved & Homoeopathy courses is as follows: 1) MBBS – 300 Seats (for BVDU Medical College, Pune (150 seats); BVDU Medical College & Hospital, Sangli (150 seats) 2) BDS – 300 Seats (for BVDU Dental College & Hospital, Pune (100 seats); BVDU Dental College & Hospital, Navi Mumbai (100 seats); BVDU Dental College & Hospital, Sangli (100 seats) 3) BAMS – 100 Seats (BVDU College of Ayurved, Pune (100 seats) 4) BHMS – 100 Seats (BVDU Homoeopathic College & Hospital, Pune (100 seats) Note: 15% percent in seats each college and each course are reserved for Foreign/NRI (Non-Resident-Indian)/P.I.O./O.C.I./Mgmt Merit Category students Candidates seeking admissions to the seats of this category will have to apply to the Registrar, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune Permitted increased intake from 100 to 150 by the Govt. of India/MCI from 2012-13 and subject to approval at the time of 4th renewal by the MCI Eligibility Criteria BVP Common eligibility requirements for admission to MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BHMS Only those candidates who would satisfy or are likely to satisfy the relevant eligibility requirements for admission to a course will be considered eligible to appear for the common entrance test (CET-2015) and subsequently for admission to that course Nationality & Age: The candidate seeking admission to any of these courses should be an Indian national and candidate should complete 17 years of age on or before 31st December 2015 Educational Qualifications: The candidate seeking admission to any of the courses should have passed the Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (HSC) or the Indian School Certificate Examination (ISCE) or any other examination equivalent to 10+2/HSC examination of any recognised board/university from any school/college situated in India after 12 years of study MBBS/BDS Courses: Admission to MBBS/BDS course the candidate should have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English individually and must have obtained at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Biotechnology taken together in the qualifying examinations 10+2/HSC or equivalent The candidate should also have secured at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together at CET-2015 for admission to MBBS/BDS course The candidate belonging to the SC/ST should have obtained at least 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in the qualifying examinations as well as at CET-2015 BAMS Course: The candidates seeking admission to this course should have passed 10+2/HSC or equivalent examination in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology individually and must have obtained at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together (in case of SC/ST students 40%) BHMS Course: The candidates seeking admission to this course should have passed 10+2/HSC or equivalent examination in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English individually, and must have obtained at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together (in case of SC/ST students 40%) However, if any seats remain vacant in BHMS course, the candidates having qualifications as prescribed in Central Council of Homeopathy (CCH) as minimum qualification will also be considered eligible for admission Candidates who are likely to appear or who have appeared for qualifying examination 10+2/HSC or equivalent but whose results have not been declared will also be considered eligible to appear for CET-2015, provided they have offered the above mentioned subjects at the said examinations If candidate fails to fulfill the relevant eligibility requirements as mentioned above will not be considered eligible for admission to any of these courses, viz. MBBS/BDS/BAMS /BHMS, even if he/she is placed in the merit list of the CET-2015 The candidates are advised not to submit their application forms for appearing for CET-2015 if they do not fulfill any or all of the relevant eligibility requirements Selection Procedure for BVDU, Pune Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the Common Entrance Test (CET-2015) for MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BHMS programs conducted by the university Application Procedure A candidate desirous of appearing in the CET-2015, is required to complete the prescribed application form appended at the end of this brochure and submit the same to the University, on or before the scheduled date Instructions for Completing the Application Form i) The application form for admission to CET-2015 is common for MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BHMS courses and also for all the colleges mentioned on page number 24; no separate form is prescribed for any particular course or college ii) The candidates should avoid overwriting, cutting, erasures on the form. Any discrepancies in the statements and/or submission of incomplete form will lead to its rejection/cancellation of admission Candidates are not required to Enclose Originals or Photocopies of any Certificate with the Application Form Completed application form must be accompanied by CET-2015 fee of Rs.2000/-; if submitted in person the fee can be paid by cash or demand draft if mailed the fee should be paid by Demand Draft of Rs.2000/- drawn on any Nationalised bank payable at Pune, or Bharati Sahakari Bank Ltd only in favour of “The Registrar, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University”, Pune to the following address Bharati Vidyapeeth University CET Office CET Department 2nd floor, Bharati Vidyapeeth Bhavan, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Pune-411030 Candidates are advised to obtain and maintain proof of draft and of dispatch of the application form This may be useful for obtaining duplicate admission card if required i) The Candidates should invariably mention the number of his application form (as printed on it) and his name on the back of his Demand Draft ii) The application sent by mail must be sent by registered post/speed post/courier iii) The application must reach either by hand or by mail to the above address on or 25th April 2015 before by 05.00 pm An incomplete application form and an application form which is not accompanied by a demand draft of the prescribed CET-2015 fee of Rs.2000/- will not be entertained and processed This fee should not be sent by money order. Please note that this fee is non-refundable This University will not be responsible for any delay or loss of the Application/Admission Card/Counselling Letter/any other communication in transit. Such a delay will not be condoned Issue or Admission Cards Admission Cards for CET-2015 will be dispatched by post to candidates under certificate of posting; the Admission Card will indicate the Roll Number and Examination Centre allotted to the candidate with its address The Candidate must not mutilate this Admission Card or change any entry made therein after it has been authenticated by the University authorities In case the Admission Card is not received by a candidate by 01st May 2015 he/she should contact the concerned Designated Centres at Pune, Navi Mumbai and New Delhi (addresses given on page Cover 3 or the concerned examination centres at Vadodara, Hyderabad, Indore and Bangalore on addresses given on page Cover 3 one day prior to the scheduled date of Entrance Test, CET-2015, for collecting a duplicate admission card (For centres at Lucknow, Jaipur Chandigarh, Allahabad and Varanasi the candidates should contact the designated centre at New Delhi) In such a situation, the candidate should bring two copies of his/her authenticated photograph alongwith him/her and a proof of submission/mailing of application form; in case no proof is submitted, duplicate admission card will not be issued Mere purchase of application form will not be considered as a proof of sending the completed application form For more information on college and courses, please click BVDU, Pune: www.bvuniversity.edu.in, www.bharatividyapeethuniversity.net Important Dates Last date for submitting the completed application form to Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University CET Dept, 2nd Floor, Bharati Vidyapeeth Bhavan, LBS Marg, Pune: 25th April 2015 upto 17.00 hrs Dispatch of BVP CET Admission Card: On receipt and securitization or application forms Issue of duplicate admission cards to those candidates, who have not received them, same till 01st May 2015: 02nd May 2015, 10.00 a.m. onwards at respective centres Date of common entrance test: 03rd May 2015, 11.00 a.m. to 02.00 p.m. Declaration of results on website (www.bvuniversity.edu.in): 04th June 2015 Counseling Schedule: 18th June 2015 onwards College to open: The date will be declared at the time of counselling Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune (India) (Grade awarded by Govt. of India, Grade reaccreditation by NAAC), Director CET Online Department, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, CET online Dept, 2nd floor, Bharati Bhavan, LBS Road, Pune, Maharashtra-411030, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website www.bvuniversity.edu.in or www.bharatividyapeethuniversity.net
Experts against JEE common format
28 Sep 2014
Kolkata, 27 Sept: The announcement, after much delay of the syllabus by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEE) for the medical and engineering entrance examination next year might have given some respite to the candidates, but it has overlooked the long-pending demand for holding separate entrance examinations for the two trades.
Both the medical and engineering aspirants attempting the West Bengal joint entrance examination have to answer a common question paper for physics and chemistry. But the experts in the field say that the papers for physics and chemistry should have been set separately for medical and engineering streams, and the common papers may jeopardise the future of the candidates of both streams.
According to the experts, there should be two completely different sets of question papers for the two streams. Physics and chemistry papers must be prepared separately for the two examinations as per the requirement of the standards of medical and engineering students. Due to common question papers both the candidates are answering questions of same quality and standards.
Dr A K Maity, an expert in the field, said: “If the WBJEE conducts separate examinations for medical and engineering, it would do justice to the students. The present system of common examination will neither satisfy the medical students nor the engineering. The entrance examinations are conducted separately in other states and by the central boards.”
Now, medical aspirants have to attempt biology as main paper for 100 marks, and physics and chemistry each of 75 marks, whereas the engineering students attempt a mathematics main paper for 100 marks and physics and chemistry papers of 75 marks each.
The physics and chemistry question papers are common for both stream.
The students have demanded that marks distribution must be in the ratio of 2:1:1 in biology/mathematics, physics and chemistry. From last year, the distribution of marks has changed where mathematics/ biology carries 100 marks and the other two subjects carry 75 marks each.
Experts also feel that the entrance examinations for the other medical allied subjects like BSC (nursing), B V Sc &AH, Homeopathy and Ayurveda should be held along with the medical entrance examination. The entrance examination will be held on 18 and 19 April next year
A reserved category candidate could NOT opt for admission under the general category on the basis of higher score.
Patna high court sets aside policy which allowed over 50% quota in medical colleges
Anisha Anand, TNN | May 7, 2014
PATNA: The Patna high court has set aside the Bihar government’s quota policy under which the seats reserved in medical colleges went to only the reserved category aspirants even though the general quota seats were up for grabs by reserved category students securing the higher cut-off set for general category students.
As per the existing quota policy, a reserved category candidate could opt for admission under the general category on the basis of higher score. Thus, reserved category students ended up grabbing more than 50% seats which are reserved for different categories of students.
One G V Nutan, an MBBS aspirant, who could not secure admission despite obtaining all-India rank of 1132 in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (UG)-2013, moved the high court alleging such a scheme provided reservation more than the legally permissible limit to reserved category candidates at the cost of general category candidates.
Earlier, a single bench of Justice A K Tripathi dismissed Nutan’s writ, saying such a policy was not new for such examinations.
Nutan challenged the single bench’s order through an LPA and a division bench of Justice Iqbal Ahmed Ansari and Justice Samarendra Pratap Singh on Tuesday set aside the order passed by the single bench. From now on, such seats under the reserved category will be given to general category candidates.
Petitioner’s counsel Patnajali Rishi argued the petitioner was among the candidates who had qualified in the NEET against the state quota for the MBBS/BDS courses. However, she was not called in counselling held on various dates for the general category candidate
The AMU 2015 Admission Test
MBBS/BDS Test Date: April 26, 2015 www.amu.ac.in MBBS/BDS Test Date: April 26, 2015 www.amu.ac.in
MGIMS Wardha announces MBBS 2015 Admission Notice 81 MBBS Admission Notification 2015
Applications are invited on prescribed form for admission to MBBS course for academic year 2015-16. Eligibility The candidate must attain 17 years of age on or before 31st December of the year of admission. The Candidate must have passed 12th standard examination under 10+2 system of Maharashtra State Higher Secondary Education Board or equivalent examination of any recognized Board or any Indian University with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology individually in each subject in first attempt. The candidate must have obtained minimum 50% marks (40% in the case of SC/ ST/ VJ/ NT/ OBC) taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
The admission is subject to any direction given by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, Hon’ble Bombay High Court, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik and the Medical Council of India. Admission Procedure The candidates shall be selected as per their merit in the Entrance Examination conducted by MGIMS to be held on 19th April 2015 at Nagpur, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Allahabad & Kolkata. Those students who are going to appear in 10+2 Higher Secondary Board Examination in March / April 2015 are also eligible to appear in the competitive Entrance Examination. In the entrance examination the paper of physics, chemistry and biology will have multiple choice questions, while that on Gandhian thought will be of long and short answer type. How to Apply The Prospectus and Application Form with syllabus, question papers of Gandhian thought for the last 6 years, with model question papers of Physics, Chemistry and Biology can be had from the office of the Dean either by: Paying a sum of Rs. 5000 (including exam fee) personally at the cash counter of Dean’s Office Or by remitting a sum of Rs 5000/-(including exam fee) at any branch of State Bank of India by Challan which can be downloaded from the Institute website www.mgims.ac.in. The detailed instructions in this regard are also available on the website: www.mgims.ac.in. Important Dates The Prospectus & Form will be available from: 22nd December, 2014 to 7th March, 2015. The last date of receipt of filled up application: 20th March, 2015. Important Note: The fee structure in MGIMS is as applicable to the Govt. Medical Colleges in Maharashtra State. The Institute does not have any paid seats. Please visit our website www.mgims.ac.in for updates. All admissions to MGIMS are strictly on Merit and therefore applicants are advised not to try and contact any outside agent or the college authorities / Personnel for seeking admission. Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Sevagram, Wardha, Maharashtra-442102 Contact: 07152284341 For more detail visit website: www.mgims.ac.in
Some information regardingW.B. Medical/Engg.Entrance
- One can seat for WBJEE (Engg) and medical entrance for state quota seats lifelong (no upper age limit). 2. Among total seat distribution in different Medical Colleges in West Bengal, there are 3% seats reserved for physically challenged and 15% seats for All India Quota, other seats for donor nominee, Nepali students etc. 3. Study cost in medical Rs. 2500 – 3000 p.m. with hostel facilities. 4. For appearing in medical entrances other than AIIMS 50% marks required in Sc. Group in H.S. or equivalent exams. for General candidates (S.C./S.T. 40%). 5. For appearing AIIMS, New Delhi & six new AIIMS like Institutions (viz: Bhopal, Patna, Jodhpur, Rishikesh, Raipur and Bhubaneswar) General & OBC candidates should have to obtain a minimum of 60% marks in Aggregate in ENGLISH, PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY and BIOLOGY and in case of SC/ST candidates it is 50% in aggregate. 6. For appearing JEE (Engg. Exam) 45% marks required in Sc. Group in H.S. or equivalent exams. for General candidates (S.C./S.T. 40%). 7. Qualifying Marks in NEET 2013 is 50th percentile and in other medical entrances 50%. 8. No qualifying marks in WBJEE (Engineering). 9. For appearing in JEE (Advanced) – 2013 after qualifying JEE (Main) exam with Cut-off score out of total marks 360 for following categories– (i) Common Merit List (CML) : 113 (ii) Other Backward Class (OBC – NCL) : 70 (iii) Scheduled Caste (SC) : 50 (iv) Scheduled Tribe (ST) : 45 and normalised score of Class XII/ Qualifying examination 60% marks (55% marks for SC/ST/PD). 10. In K.P.C. Medical College, Jadavpur (Private) total 150 seats (50 + 77 + 33). (i) 50 students get admission by their WBJEE rank [Course Fee Rs. 5,90,000/- (approx)] (ii) 77 students may get admission through separate exam. [Course Fee Rs. 22,10,000/- (approx)] (iii) 33 seats for NRI quota. 11. Without passing in Mathematics in H.S. or equivalent exams one can take admission in B. Pharma course. 12. There may be a rank in Merit List for Engg. obtaining total marks zero, but no ranking with negative marks. 13. As per order of Division Bench of Guahati High Court, cut of marks should be abolished in medical entrance exams. For further details go through www.rainbowedu.co.in
Available Medical, Medical Allied & Engg. Entrances All Over India (A Guess)
1. CBSE – NEET-UG (SEATS- 35000-40000) (Govt.) [cbseneet.nic.in]
2. AIIMS MBBS,(Seats -500) Dental, B.Sc., M.Sc. Nursing, (Govt.) [www.aiimsexam.com ]
3. Aligarh Muslim University MBBS, BDS (Govt.) [www.amu.ac.in]
4. Banaras Hindu University MBBS, BDS, BSc Nursing BAMS BPharma (Govt.) [www.bhu.ac.in]
5. JIPMER Pondicherry MBBS, BSc Nursing, (Govt.) [www.jipmer.edu.in]
6. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) (Govt.) [www.afmc.nic.in]
7. Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi (Govt.) [www.vmmc-sjh.nic.in]
8. ST. JNAHS MAGALORE (Trust/Pvt.) [www.stjohns.in]
9. Vinayaka Mission University Salem MBBS, BDS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.vinayakamission.com]
10. Sri Ramachandra University Porur, Chennai MBBS BDS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.sriramachandra.edu.in]
11. Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute Chettinad, Salai, Padur Kancheepuram (Trust/Pvt.) [www.chettinadhealthcity.com]
12. JSSU UGET – JSS Uni. Sri Shivarathreeshwara Nagara, Mysore, Karnataka (Trust/Pvt.) [www.jssuni.edu.in]
13. CMC VELORE MBBS, BDS, BSc. Nursing (Trust/Pvt.) [www.admissions.cmcvellore.ac.in]
14. CMC Ludhiana MBBS, BDS, BPT, BSc. Nursing (Trust/Pvt.) [www.cmcludhiana.in]
15. AMUPMDC AssoCET, Maharashtra MBBS BDS BAMS BPTh BSc Nursing (Trust/Pvt.) [www.amupmdc.org]
16. COMEDK UGET (Trustee/Pvt.) [www.comedk.org]
17. MAHER Chennai MBBS ,BDS BSc Nursing BPT (Trust/Pvt.) [www.maher.ac.in]
18. HIHT University Dehradun Pre-Medical Entrance Exam (PMEE) (Trust/Pvt.) [hihtuniversity.edu.in]
19. Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences D U, Karad, Satara, Maharahstra (Trust/Pvt.) [www.kimsuniversity.in]
20. BLDEU-UGET BLDE University Bijapur Karnataka MBBS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.bldeuniversity.org]
21. Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University’s Medical College, Pune MBBS BDS BAMS BHMS, BSc Nursing (Trust/Pvt.) [www.bvuniversity.edu.in]
22. Army College of Dental Sciences Secunderabad BDS (Govt.) [www.armycods.in]
23. MGM Institute of Health Science, Wardha MBBS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.mgims.ac.in ]
24. Sikkim Manipal University Admissions (UG-PG) (Trust/Pvt.) [www.smu.edu.in]
25. SRI Devraj URS Academy of Higher Edu.and Research, Kolar, Karnataka, (Trust/Pvt.) [www.sduu.ac.in]
26. DMIMS Nagpur All India Premedical Entrance (Trust/Pvt.) [www.dmimsu.edu.in]
27. Dr DY Patil Vidyapeeth Pune MBBS BDS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.dpu.edu.in]
28. Jan Nayak Ch. Devilal Dental College Sirsa (Haryana), BDS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.jcddentalcollege.com]
29. KIITEE, KIIT University, MBBS, BDS, Bhubaneshwar (Trust/Pvt.) [www.kiitee.ac.in]
30. Rajkumari Amrit Kaur College of Nursing BSc New Delhi (Trust/Pvt.) [www.rakcon.com]
31. Jamia Hamdard New Delhi Admission (Trust/Pvt.) [www.jamiahamdard.ac.in]
32. Pravara Inst.of Med. Sc., Ahmednagar Deemed University, Maharashtra, (Trust/Pvt.) [www.pravara.com]
33. UP Unaided Medical Colleges Welfare Association MBBS (Trust/Pvt.) [ www.upumcwa.org]
34. AIPVT Entrance Exam All India Pre Veterinary (Govt.)
35. Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University, Bhubaneswar Deemed to be Uni., andagiri (Trust/Pvt.) [www.soauniversity.ac.in]
36. Maharaja Agrasen Med. College (MAMC) Agroha Hisar (Trust/Pvt.) [www.mamc.edu.in]
37. Indian Army Military Nursing Service BSc Nursing GNM (Govt.) [www.indianarmy.nic.in / www.indiaarmy.gov.in]
38. WBUHS Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Lateral Entry) (Govt.) [www.thewbuhs.net/www.thewbuhs.in]
39. Tamilnadu Private Professional Colleges MBBS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.tnppcahs.org]
40. University of Jammu B.Sc Nursing (Trust/Pvt.) [(www.beconursing.org/www.rgcnjammu.com]
41. Pt BD Sharma University Rohtak BPT B.Sc BPO (Trust/Pvt.) [ www.uhsr.ac.in]
42. Santosh University Ghaziabad UG Medical and Dental (Trust/Pvt.) [www.santoshuniversity.com]
43. Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh (Trust/Pvt.) [www.apdmcmp.com]
44. MGM Institute of Health Sciences Navi Mumbai Aurangabad (Trust/Pvt.) [www.mgmuhs.com ]
45. SRM University Kancheepuram MBBS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.srmuniv.ac.in]
46. Association of Religious Minority Pvt. Med. Colleges of UP (ARMPMC UP) (Trust/Pvt.) [www.armpmcup.org]
47. University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) Delhi Para medical Courses (Trust/Pvt.) [ www.ucms.ac.in]
48. Padmashree Dr DY Patil University Navi Mumbai MBBS, BDS (Trust/Pvt.) [www.dypatil.in]
49. K.P.C. Medical College, Jadavpur, Kolkata (Pvt.) [www.kpcmedicalcollege.org]
50. Guru Nanak Inst. of Dental Science & Research, Panihati, Kolkata (Trust/Pvt.) [gnidsr.ac.in]
51. Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Vadodara, All India Common Entrance Test (Trust/Pvt) [www.sumandeepuniversity.co.in]
52. WBJEE (Engg) (Govt. & Pvt.) [www.wbjeeb.in]
53. JEE (Main) (Govt. & 20% seats allotted for Pvt.) [jeemain.nic.in] and JEE (Advance) (Govt.) [jee.iitd.ac.in]
54. Birla Institute of Technology and Science Aptitude Test (BITSAT), BITS Pilani Campuses (Pvt.) [bits-pilani.ac.in]
55. Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE) (Pvt.) [www.vit.ac.in] etc.