AIPMT 2015 Seat Allotment
Govind Kumar, 02 Sep 2015, #NEET
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AIPMT 2015 Seat Allotment - The seat allotment result of AIPMT 2015 round 3 has been released by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on September 10. The AIPMT 2015 seat allotment result has the detail of allotted medical or dental colleges to candidates in round 3. Candidates can check their AIPMT 2015 seat allotment result from the link given below by entering their roll number.

 

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Earlier, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on the behalf of Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has released the round 1 and 2 seat allotment of AIPMT 2015, for admissions to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) Seats. Based on the allotted seats as per their rank candidates have to report the medical or dental colleges as per the given admission schedule. 

 

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AIPMT 2015 Seat Allotment Guidelines:

  • Candidates may note that there are three rounds for AIPMT 2015 Counselling

  • Candidates must have registered, filled their choices and locked them by the specified date to be able to avail the AIPMT 2015 Seat Allotment for Round 1, 2 and 3.

  • Candidates may note that individual seat allotment letters will not be sent to any candidate

The online seat allotment process for AIPMT 2015 qualified candidates has been done on the basis of candidates All India Rank as well as the choices they have filled in. Medical/dental colleges under 15% all India Quota seats has been be allotted to candidates as per their rank in merit list and based on guidelines of the Medical Counselling Committee.

 

AIPMT 2015 Counselling Timeline and allotment result:

AIPMT 2015 Counselling will be conducted online in three rounds beginning from August 19. The counselling finally concludes in the month of September 15, 2015 with transfer of vacant seats to respective states. 

AIPMT Counselling Rounds 

Counselling Timeline

Allotment Result

Round 1

August 19 to August 23, 2015

August 23, 2015

Round 2

September 1 & 2, 2015

September 2, 2015

Round 3 and final round

September 9 & 10, 2015

September 10, 2015

According to CBSE, AIPMT 2015 Result has been declared on August 17, 2015  only for those candidates who will score the qualifying marks in the entrance exam. The minimum cut off marks for the general category is 50%, whereas candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC category have to score at least 40% marks in the entrance exam.

Candidate Category

Qualifying Marks

General Category

50%

Reserved Category (OBC, SC & ST)

40%

General Category - PH

45%

Reserved Category -PH

40%

The re-exam of AIPMT 2015 has been conducted on July 25 by examination authority Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) after it was cancelled by the Supreme Court on June 15, 2015 due to leakage of answer keys. Earlier, AIPMT 2015 was held on May 3, 2015 across 1050 exam centers across India. According to officials, around 6 lakh candidates appeared for the test.

 

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