AFMC MBBS 2014 Selection Procedure
Govind Kumar, 06 Aug 2014, #NEET
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AFMC MBBS 2014 Selection Procedure - The selection procedure of AFMC MBBS 2014 will begin from June 25, 2014  at Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. Only those candidates has been called for AFMC MBBS 2014 Selection Procedure whose name and roll number will be in AFMC MBBS 2014 merit list. The merit list of AFMC, Pune is based on the AIPMT 2014 score. Candidates have been intimated for AFMC MBBS 2014 selection procedure on their registered email id. The AFMC MBBS 2014 Selection Procedure will conclude on July 12, 2014. 

 

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As per the information mentioned in the AFMC MBBS 2014 prospectus, candidates who will be called for selection procedure of AFMC MBBS 2014 have to appear in Test of English Language, Comprehension, Logic and Reasoning (ToELR) and Psychological assessment cum Interview. CBT (Computer Based Test) will be conducted for English Language, Comprehension, Logic and Reasoning (ToELR). The CBT test of AFMC MBBS 2014 Selection Procedure will have 40 multiple choice questions, each carrying 2 marks for correct answer and negative mark of 0.5 for every incorrect answer. The duration of CBT test will be of 30 minutes.

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The marks obtained in CBT will be added to the AIPMT 2014 score of the candidates. The interview will consist of 50 marks. On the basis of AIPMT 2014 score, ToELR score and interview marks will be added for final score calculation. Based on the rank in the AFMC MBBS 2014 merit list, call letters of admission will be sent to selected candidates through post.

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. As many as, 10 seats out of 130 are reserved for a candidate belongs from scheduled castes/scheduled tribes.

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