An overview of All India Pre Medical Test 2015

The All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) happens to be India’s most important medical entrance examination for undergraduate medical programs because it allows aspiring candidates the chance to secure a seat in some the country’s best medical colleges. Like the past few years, CBSE will once again assume the responsibility of administering the exam with transparency and flawlessly. The board has already made available the details of the AIMPT 2015 and here’s a brief overview of what you should know before getting started with the application process. CBSE has advised aspiring candidates to carefully go through the information bulletin available for download on the official AIPMT website. Online submission of forms can also be done by visiting the same website  Also, after the online application form is submitted, the candidates are strictly advised to retain at least three print outs of the confirmation page of online application. Apart from that, the candidates should also retain scanned copies of their photographs. The email ID and mobile number used in the application form should be candidate’s own because the CBSE will be sending important information and updates regarding the exam by SMS and email only. All candidates in the age group of 17 to 25 years (as of December 31, 2015) will be eligible to sit in the exam. The upper age limit, however, is relaxed by five years for candidates belonging to Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribe and Physical Handicapped categories. Students from Andhra Pradesh, Telengana and Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for the 15 per cent all India quota. All candidates must be either Indian citizen, or Overseas Citizen of Indian (OCI). To be eligible for admission on the basis of score received in the AIPMT, the candidate must have passed his or her 12th (or equivalent) with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio Technology. Those appearing in their 12th (or equivalent) can also sit in the examination, but they will have to furnish the details of their performance in the exam within a pre-specified period. AIPMT 2015 will be based on one paper comprising 180 multiple choice objective type questions. Equal weightage will be given to Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Each candidate will be provided with a machine generated question paper and he/she will have to select the correct answers from the list of available options using a ball pen. Candidates are allowed to choose either English or Hindi as their preferred language. Those who want to take the test in English will receive the test booklet in English only. On the other hand, those who choose Hindi will be given the test booklet in both English and Hindi. Admit cards for the exam will be issued online through the AIPMT website from April 1, 2015. CBSE has already made it clear that it won’t be sending physical copies of the admit card by post. Also, the board won’t issue duplicate copies of candidates’ admit cards at the exam center under any circumstance. Candidates are required submitting three of their preferred exam centers while submitting the application form. While, efforts will be made to allot a center in one of the places selected by the candidate, CBSE reserves the right to allot a different center outside candidate’s personal choices. The exam will be held on May 3, 2015 from 10:00 am to 01:00 pm. The schedule announced by the board will remain unchanged even if a public holiday is declared on the given date. The questions asked in the exam will be based on the common syllabus recommended by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The results are likely to be announced on June 5, 2015. The score cards will be made available for download on the official AIPMT website. The OMR answer sheets will be made available on the AIPMT website on any three days between May 20, 2015 to May 25, 2015. CBSE has advised aspiring candidates to keep visiting the website http://www.aipmt.nic.in from time to time for updates.

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National Board of Examination (NBE) announces NEET PG 2013 Dates

National Board of Examinations,  a National Body entrusted with the task of conducting Post Graduate Medical Examination  will be conducting National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET PG) for Postgraduate medical courses (MD, MS, PG Diploma) in the country. The setting up of a National Body to conduct post graduate medical examination was intended to provide a common standard and mechanism of evaluation of minimum level of attainment of the objective for which post graduate courses were started in medical institutions.

In a recent Notification NATBOARD announced the application and test dates for NEET PG . Check out the NEET PG 2013 Entrance Exam Notification Dates

NEET PG will  Computer Based Test (CBT) from 23rd November, 2012 to 06th December, 2012 at test centres in 33 cities

Online registration and scheduling for NEET PG: 04th October, 2012 to 12th November, 2012

 

For more info visit the links above

 

Supreme Court rejects Maharashtra’s plea on exemption from NEET-UG for MBBS Admissions

The Supreme Court today refused to entertain Maharashtra Govt.’s plea for exemption from the 2012-2013 National Common Entrance Test NEET  for Graduate and Postgraduate Courses of Medicine and suggested the state approach the High Court.

A bench of justices HL Dattu and CK Prasad also refrained from giving any direction to the high court.

“We don’t want to give any direction or make observations to the high court. We want the high court to act independently,” the bench told counsel Shekhar Naphade who sought permission to withdraw the application.

The state had moved the application seeking exemption from the CET on the ground that it posed difficulties for students on account of the change in syllabus.

Maharashtra contended the course prescribed by MCI and the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is dissimilar to the syllabus taught in the state to Class 11th & 12th students,  reports DNA India

“As such, the new syllabus for the common entrance test would be difficult for them to cope up in such short period of time, gravely prejudicing their rights for being selected in any good medical college.

“Everyone knows the amount of stress for performing well in competitive exams is enormous on students. Therefore, any such sudden changes will be demoralising for the students and can cause severe depression and anxiety with unfortunate consequences,” the state had said.

source : http:// www. dnaindia. com/india/report_sc-rejects-maharashtra-s-plea-on-exemption-from-medical-cet_1611189

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All India Bank CET 2011 (Common Written Exam) for Bank PO and MTs in September 2011

All India Bank CET 2011 (Common Written Exam) for Bank PO and MTs in September 2011

19 public sector banks have joined this…The SBI group has its own recruitment process and it will continue with it

What is Common Written Examination (CWE) ?
Common Written Examination (CWE) Important Dates
– Common Written Examination (CWE) Participating Banks – Common Written Examination (CWE) Eligibility Criteria (Age & Educational Qualification)
– Common Written Examination (CWE) Written Examination Structure
– Pre Examination Training
– How to Apply for Common Written Examination (CWE) – Call Letters for Written Examination

 

To know about the complete info on the above check out  Common Written Examination 2011 for recruitment  of Bank POs and management Trainees