Assam CEE Medical 2015- Assam Common Entrance Examination Medical, commonly known as Assam CEE Medical 2015 is conducted by Dibrugarh University for admission to five and a half years undergraduate program in Bachelor’s of Medicine and Bachelor’s of Surgery (MBBS). Assam CEE Medical 2015 is scheduled to be held on two consecutive days, i.e. May 16 and May 17, 2015
As per the official notification, Assam CEE Medical is being conducted to enroll candidates in as many as 626 (State Quota Seat - 503) seats for MBBS and 40 (State Quota Seat - 16) seats for BDS program.
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Exam Name: Assam Common Entrance Examination
Commonly known as: Assam CEE Medical 2015
Conducting Authority:Dibrugarh University
Assam CEE Medical 2015 Eligibility: Candidates who wish to apply for Assam CEE Medical 2015 entrance exam can check below for the important highlights of the Assam CEE Medical 2015 Eligibility Criteria:
Candidates applying for Assam CEE Medical 2015 must be a citizen of India and permanent resident of Assam
The candidates must have passed XII or qualifying examination, with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English individually
Candidates belonging to General Categories must have obtained a minimum of 60% marks in the qualifying examination, whereas candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in the qualifying examination
Candidates belonging to General categories has to secure at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in Common Entrance Examination, whereas candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories has to secure at least 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in Common Entrance Examination
Age Limit: Candidates must not be below the age of 17 years and above the age of 24 years of age as on 31st December 2015
Assam CEE Medical 2015 Exam Pattern: Candidates can check below for the important highlights of exam pattern of Assam CEE Medical 2015
Assam CEE Medical 2015 shall be conducted on two consecutive days, May 16 and May 17, 2015
On the first day of Assam CEE Medical 2015 exam, Physics and Chemistry papers shall be held and on the second consecutive day, Biology exam shall be held
Each exam i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Biology shall contain 100 Multiple Choice Questions
Each question shall have four responses, out of which candidates have to choose the most appropriate answer
Each question shall carry 1 marks each
Total marks for each paper shall be 100 only
There shall not be any system of Negative marking
Assam CEE Medical 2015 Application Procedure: Candidates’ can check below for the important steps to successfully fill in the application form of Assam CEE Medical 2015:
Assam CEE Medical 2015 Application Form can be filled in the Online Format only
Candidates are required to fill in the personal details in online Application Form of Assam CEE Medical 2015
After submitting Online Application Form, the candidates has to take a Print out of the Challan (generated automatically at the time of submission of Online Application Form)
On the next day, candidates are required to deposit the same amount of fee i.e.Rs.1140 in any Branch of State Bank of India, along with the Bank Charge of Rs.60 in cash by using Bank Challan generated at the time of Online submission of Application From
Assam CEE Medical 2015 Admit Card: The candidate is able to download Assam CEE Medical 2015 from May 7, 2015 by entering his/her Application Form number generated during the online submission of Application Form.
Assam CEE Medical 2015 Important Dates: Candidates can check below for the mportant dates of Assam CEE Medical 2015:
Date of opening of online submission of Application Form
April 2, 2015
Last date of online submission of Applications
April 18, 2015
Last date of receipt of examination fee at SBI
April 20, 2015
Date of issue of Admit Card online
May 7, 2015
Assam CEE Medical 2015
May 16, 2015 Physics - (10:30 am- 12:30 pm) and Chemistry (2:00 pm - 4:00 pm)
May 17, 2015 Biology- (10:30 am- 12:30 pm)
Declaration of Result
2nd week of June, 2015
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as per the latest neet notification all of the colleges need to take admission in mbbs , bds or any other courses on the basis of neet exam score. and the eligibility criteria is candidate need to have 50% marks (general category) in pcm in aggregate, sc/st/obc-40% aggregate marks in pcm, so there is no other notifications available regarding aiims or jipmer marks criteria, so you can take their marks criteria should be same as neet exam.
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Bhagya, if you fall in the Creamy Layer of OBC, then you have to select your Category as General Category while filling in the application form. But if you fall under Non creamy layer you have to select OBC. Now even if you belong to OBC-NCL but want to opt out of reservation, you can select General Category. But if you belong to OBC-NCL and you want to claim your reservation, you can change your Category during the correction window when it opens in January 2020.
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