Assam MEE 2016 Admit Card
Shalu Gupta, 14 Jul 2016, #NEET
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Assam MEE 2016 Admit Card - Admit card of Assam MEE 2016 can be downloaded from July 8, 2016. Assam MEE Admit card is available in online only. Exam conducting authority i.e. Dibrugarh University will not send hard copies of Assam MEE Admit Card 2016 to any candidates. Applicants can download their admit card by entering their application number/user name and password they had received during the application submission process. Candidates can download their Assam MEE 2016 Admit Card from the link provided in this page below.


Assam MEE Admit Card 2016 is an important document and candidates need to carry to the examination hall otherwise will not be allowed to appear in entrance exam. Also, candidates have to carry a recent post card size coloured photograph with roll number and signature of the candidate at the bottom which is has to be submitted at the time of exmination. 

 

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Assam MEE Admit card 2016 has the information about examination centre, timing, candidate’s personal details and roll number. Candidates are advised to verify information mentioned on the Assam MEE 2016 admit card and in case of any discrepancy contact examination authority office immediately.  Applicants are also advised to keep multiple copies of their admit card and preserve it until the examination process is completed. 

Assam MEE 2016 is conducted by the Dibrugarh University for admission into undergrdaute medical programmes.

 

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