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MEDICAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION - CHANDIGARH



CHANDIGARH


COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (CET) is conducted by Punjab University for admission to MBBS/BPharm courses at its constituent Colleges/Department located in Chandigarh. MBBS Govt Medical College, Chandigarh (50 seats); BPharm University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, (PU) Chandigarh (50).

COMMON DETAILS are given hereunder:

Courses
Seats
Notification
Last Date
Test
Result
MBBS (5 1/2 yrs incld internship)
50
April
May
June
July
BPharm (4 yrs)
50
Reservations All India Seats 15% ST 7.5% Foreign/NRIs 10 seats (B Pharm).

Admission is open to candidates who have passed qualifying exam from institutions located in Chandigarh.

Eligibility MBBS Age 17 yrs on December 31 of the year of admission.

Academic qualifications 12th Sec examination or equivalent with 50% aggregate marks in Phy, Chem, Biol and English (40% in case of SC/ST) in First Attempt. BPharm 12 Std exam or equivalent with Eng, Phy, Chem and Biol, Candidates who have passed the qualifying exam from Open Schools are NOT eligible for MBBS. Candidates who have appeared in the qualifying exam are also eligible. Candidates should be medically fit.

Application Procedure CET application form and prospectus can be obtained from Punjab University on cash payment of Rs. 120 or by post from the Manager, Publication Bureau, Punjab University, Chandigarh (or as notified) through demand draft of Rs. 150 in favour of the Registrar, Punjab University, Chandigarh. Completed applications with exam fee of Rs.500 should reach the Asst Registrar (CET cell) of the University under Registered A/D cover by the notified date. Admission Candidates are also required to apply directly to the respective institution in which they want to seek admission after obtaining application forms and prospectus, as and when notified. Selection Merit in CET conducted at Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Delhi and Kurukshetra. The entrance test is based on objective and descriptive type questions in Phy, Chem and Biol containing 60 objectives and 10 descriptive questions in each paper. Sample questions in each paper are given in the prospectus. The University publish merit lists of the candidates on the basis of attainment of 15% aggregate marks (10% for SC/ST) in the test. Enquiries Controller of Examinations, Punjab University, Chandigarh 160 014 (Phone 541825)

 

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