AIPMT 2016 Participating States and Medical Colleges
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AIPMT 2016 Participating States and Medical Colleges – Many Universities/Medical Institutions participates in AIPMT 2016 and accept score for admission to MBBS and BDS seats under their control. There are 8 states and 4 medical institutions are participating in AIPMT 2016. These states and medical colleges will not conduct entrance exam for admission to MBBS and BDS seats under their control. AIPMT 2016 Participating STates and Medical Colleges will accept AIPMT 2016 score for respective states and medical colleges issued by examination authority Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). 

The allotment of 85% quota seats of 8 participating states and 3 medical colleges will be done on the basis of AIPMT 2016 score. While admission to all MBBS seats of Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune will be done through counselling.

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The table given below shows AIPMT 2016 Participating States and Medical Colleges:

Name of Participating States in AIPMT 2016

Name of Participating Medical Colleges in AIPMT 2016


Armed Force Medical Services

Himachal Pradesh

University of Delhi

Madhya Pradesh

Banaras Hindu University


Jamia Hamdard

Meghalaya * (subject to confirmation from the state government)





AIPMT 2016 is national level entrance exam scheduled to be conducted on May 1 at various centres located on 25 cities in India and 1 in abroad for admission to 15% All India Quota seats in medical and dental colleges of India except Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir.

The exam will conducted in pen and paper based mode as per the syllabus prescribed by the examination authority. Based on the AIPMT 2016 exam pattern the question booklet will have 180 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany subjects.


Candidates can check the list given below for medical/dental colleges where MBBS and BDS seats are available for through AIPMT 2016:



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can anyone suggest me most important chapters in physics,chemistry ,biologyfor neet UG2020,please help me to prepare well thank you........

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The question asked in NEET are not too tough, but one need to have enough practice to solve it. So  you can refer these books-

Chemistry- NCERT is enough

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if chemistry became my 4th subject and my aggregate mark in pcb is 65 my I eligible for neet

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Hi Lakhyajyoti,

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how to clear neet in first attempt?

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Know the Neet syllabus & what’s important

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Solve test papers

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Revise well

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Hello Kunal,

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Hello Sabnam,

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Revise the topics weekly

And stay motivated

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