Amrita MBBS 2016
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Amrita MBBS 2016has been replaced by NEET 2016 as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016. Now, admission in all state-level and private medical colleges will be done on the basis of NEET 2016 results only. Therefore, MBBS/BDS aspirants are advised to ignore the information given below on this page. The relevant information regarding MBBS/BDS entrance exam and admission is available in articles related to NEET- Click Here.  Read important articles on NEET 2016 from the links given below:

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Exam Name: Amrita MBBS

 

Exam type: State Level Examination

 

Exam category:  Under graduate level

 

Conducting body:  Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University, Kochi


Amrita MBBS Eligibility 2016 -
Aspirants planning to appear in Amrita MBBS 2016 entrance exam should check the complete eligibility criteria of Amrita University entrance exam 2016 defined by the examination conducting authority. All applicants should have passed 10+2 with 60% marks in first attempt in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together. Apart from that candidate should have scored minimum 60% marks in English. Age range to apply for Amrita University MBBS 2016 is 17-23 years on or before December 31, 2016.

 

Amrita MBBS Application form 2016 - Application forms of Amrita MBBS 2016 are available online from March 02, 2016. The last date to submit Amrita MBBS 2016 Application form is May 9, 2016. Application form fee is Rs. 1600. Payment can be done online via credit, debit and net banking.

 

Amrita MBBS Exam Pattern 2016 - Amrita MBBS 2016 examwill have multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology. Duration of Amrita University MBBS 2016 Entrance test is 2 hours 30 minutes to answer 150 questions categorised into four sections as 25 questions from Physics, 35 questions from Chemistry, 70 questions from Biology and rest 20 from English and general knowledge. Entrance exam will be conducted at 14 exam centres.

Amrita MBBS Important Dates 2016- Candidates can find below the complete details about the Amrita MBBS 2016 important dates and events -

Amrita MBBS  2016 Events

Amrita MBBS  Important Dates 

Availability of Online Application Form

March 02, 2016

Last Date of Submission of Online application Form

May 09, 2016

Availability of Admit card

April 22, 2016

Amrita Medical Entrance Exam

May 15, 2016

Result

June, 2016

Counseling

Will update later

Amrita MBBS Admit Card 2016 - Admit card also known as Hall Ticket of Amrita MBBS 2016 is available now. Admit card have been prepared for the applicants who are eligible to appear in Amrita MBBS 2016 entrance exam. Admit card is available online. Candidates can download the Amrita MBBS 2016 admit card with their application number and date of birth.

Amrita MBBS Result 2016 - Result of Amrita MBBS 2016 entrance exam will be declared in the month of June, 2016. Result will be declared online on website and candidates will be able to download and check Amrita University MBBS 2016 result with their hall ticket number and date of birth.

Contact-

School of Medicine, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences,

AIMS-Ponekkara, Kochi – 682 041

Kerala, India

Email: [email protected]

 

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