Govind Kumar, 06 Oct 2014, #NEET
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AFMC MBBS 2014- Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune has decided that no separate AFMC PMT 2014 shall be conducted for admissions to the undergraduate medical courses. AFMC MBBS Admission 2014 will be made on the basis of AIPMT 2014 score. All candidates eligible for AIPMT 2014 can fill AFMC MBBS Admission form 2014 irrespective of their state of domicile. The last date of AFMC MBBS 2014 registration is May 13, 2014. The last date for filling online AFMC MBBS 2014 application form is May 17, 2014.

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Total number of Seats in AFMC MBBS 2014 is130. Among the 130 AFMC MBBS seats, maximum 25 girls will be admitted to the MBBS course. Ten seats out of 130 are reserved for candidates belonging to the scheduled castes/scheduled tribes.

For any doubts and queries, call AFMC MBBS 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360

AFMC MBBS 2014 Admissions: Through AIPMT 2014 Score

 

Eligibility: All those aspirants who want to pursue their MBBS programs from AFMC Pune must have following eligibility criteria as mentioned below.

  • Candidates should be citizen of India

  • Applicants must have passed 10 + 2 or equivalent examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology

  • They should be medically fit as per prescribed standards by the Government of India, Ministry of Defence

  • There will be two categories for age criteria depending on academic qualifications:-
    (I) 10+2 or equivalent -  Should attain the age of 17 years on December 31, 2014 but must not have attained the age of 22 years on that date i.e. must have been born not earlier than January 01, 1993 and not later than  December 31, 1997
    (II) Passed B.Sc. examination or appearing in Final B.Sc. examination - Must not have attained the age of 24 years i.e. must have been born not earlier than January 01, 1991

  • Applicants must be unmarried and marrying during the AFMC MBBS course is not permitted

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Exam Pattern: AFMC will not conduct any separate entrance test for AFMC MBBS 2014. The admission in AFMC MBBS 2014 Course will be done on the basis AIPMT 2014 score. The important highlights of AIPMT Exam Patternnumber of questions, and duration is given below:

 Subjects

 Questions

 Duration

 Physics

 45

    3 Hours

 Chemistry

 45

 Botany

 45

 Zoology

 45

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Selection Procedure:
Candidates for AFMC MBBS 2014 course will be shortlisted on the basis AIPMT 2014 score. Based on the AFMC MBBS 2014 merit list candidates will be called for Test of English Language, Comprehension, Logic and Reasoning (ToELR) and Psychological assessment cum Interview. The AFMC MBBS 2014 assessment test will be held tentatively in the month of June / July at AFMC, Pune.

Important highlights of AFMC MBBS 2014 assessment test is mentioned below:

  • Test of English Language, Comprehension and Logic and Reasoning (ToELR) will be in the form of CBT (Computer Based Test)

  • AFMC CBT test will have 40 multiple choice questions. Each question will have 2 marks. These 40 questions will be required to be answered in 30 minutes

  • There will be negative marks of 0.5 for every incorrect answer

  • The final AFMC MBBS 2014 score will be based on marks obtained in AIPMT 2014, ToELR score and interview marks

Application Procedure: AFMC MBBS 2014 admission form will be available soon. The last date registering for online AFMC MBBS 2014 application form is May 13, 2014. Candidates who wish to apply for AFMC MBBS 2014 must register themselves online in the prescribed format from the below link before the closing date. The last date of filling online AFMC MBBS 2014 application is May 17, 2014. The cost of AFMC MBBS 2014 application form is Rs. 250 which can be paid through SBI Bank Challan.

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Important Dates: The important date of AFMC MBBS 2014 is given below:

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Important Dates

Start of AFMC MBBS 2014 Registration and Application process

April 21, 2014

Last date of AFMC MBBS 2014  Registration

 May 13, 2014

Last date for filling AFMC MBBS 2014 Application

May 17, 2014

Last date of acceptance of Challan forms in SBI Bank

May 20, 2014

Result: Armed Forces Medical College, Pune will send call letters of admission to all the selected candidates for MBBS course. The AFMC MBBS 2014 result will be published in leading national newspapers and on official website.

Contact Address:

Officer-in-Charge, Admission Cell

Armed Forces Medical College,

Sholapur Road,

Pune – 411 040

Website: https://www.afmc.nic.in/

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