The result of BCECE Medical 2015 Stage has been declared on June 5 by examination authority Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB). BCECE Medical 2015 result has been published for only those candidates who have scored qualifying marks in entrance exam. According to officials, BCECE medical 2015 result will be the basis for preparing the merit. Based on the rank in merit list MBBS and BDS seats will be allotted to candidates.
The admission to the 782 MBBS seats in 9 Medical and 30 BDS Seats in one Dental college of Bihar will be done on the merit list based on marks secured by candidates in BCECE Medical 2015 second stage exam.
The counselling BCECE Medical 2015 will be conducted from June 14 to 24, 2015. To participate in BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling qualified candidates have to fill the online preference form. BCECE medical 2015 Counselling Preference form filled by candidate will be centrally processed by computer on the basis of merit cum preference and list of selected candidates will be declared.
BCECE Medical 2015 exam was conducted in two stages. The first stage of BCECE Medical 2015 i.e. preliminary stage was held on April 17 and result was declared on May 3, 2015. The total number of candidates qualified for the second stage was 8202.
The second stage of BCECE medical 2015 exam conducted on May 17 and result was declared on June 5, 2015. The total number of candidates qualified in second stage is 2136. The number candidates qualified under various categories is given below:
Number of Candidates qualified
Backward Class: BC
Extremely Backward Class: EBC
Scheduled Caste: SC
Scheduled Tribe: ST
Reserved Category Girls: RCG
Disabled Quota: DQ
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First Published on June 8, 2015
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