AMU Medical 2014 Result
AMU Medical 2014 Result – The result of AMU Medical 2014 has been announced by exam conducting authority Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). Candidates can download AMU Medical 2014 Result from the link given below. To check AMU AMU Medical 2014 Result candidates match their roll number. As per the information in the AMU medical 2014 admission prospectus there are 145 MBBS seats J N Medical College and 35 BDS seats in Dr. Ziauddin Dental College of Aligarh Muslim University.
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AMU Medical 2014 entrance exam was conducted on May 27, 2014 at Aligarh, Lucknow, Allahabad, Bareilly, Bhopal, Kozhikode, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Srinagar. According to officials, about 51 thousand candidates appeared for the entrance test at various test centres. More than 17 thousand candidates appeared for Aligarh Centre.
AMU Medical 2014 marks has been published by examination authority. Candidates can check their AMU Medical 2014 marks from the link given below:
Download AMU Medical 2014 Result from the Link given below:
AMU MBBS 2014 Result
AMU BDS 2014 Result
AMU MBBS 2014 Result (Chance Memo)
AMU BDS 2014 Result (Chance Memo)
AMU examination control board has released the AMU Medical 2014 answer key for all sets of question booklet given to candidates in the AMU Medical 2014 entrance exam. On the basis of AMU Medical 2014 cut off, examination authority will prepare merit list, accordingly candidates will be called AMU Medical 2014 counselling. The admission to AMU MBBS and BDS course for 2014 will be solely based on candidate’s rank in AMU Medical Merit list 2014.
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