BCECE Medical 2016 Eligibility
Govind Kumar, 01 Feb 2016, #NEET
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BCECE Medical 2016 Eligibility Criteria: Candidates applying for BCECE Medical 2016 are advised to read the eligibility criteria to ascertain their age and educational qualifications as asked by the examination authority Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB). Candidates can check BCECE Medical 2016 eligibility criteria from this page. 


BCECE Medical 2016 is state level entrance exam conducted in two stages for admission to 82 MBBS and 30 BDS seats in 9 medical and 1 dental colleges of Bihar. The stage 1 of BCECE Medical 2016 has been conducted on April 17 and Stage 2 will be held in the month of June, 2016, tentatively.


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The online application procedure of BCECE Medical 2016 will begin from February 1. Candidates are advised to read BCECE Medical 2016 eligibility criteria so that they can know the age and educational qualification required for appearing in the exam. The highlights of BCECE Medical 2016 eligibility criteria are given below:


Age: Candidates must complete 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the mentioned age on or before December 31, 2016. There is no age limit for candidates appearing in BCECE Medical 2016

Nationality: Candidates applying for the exam must be an Indian National

  • Parents of candidates must be a permanent resident of Bihar

  • Parents of candidates may be of other states but employee of Government of Bihar

  • Candidates whose parents are working in Bihar as an employee of Government of India or Public Sector Undertaking of (Govt. of India)

Education Qualification:

  • Candidates must have passed 10+2/Higher Secondary/ Intermediate of Sciences (I. SC.) or equivalent exam with requisite percentage. Candidates who will appear for 10+2  can also apply for BCECE Medical 2016 but their admission will be considered only after fulfillment eligibility criteria as required by examination authority

  • Candidates must have passed 10+2/I. SC/HSC with  Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English 

  • General category candidates must have passed 10+2/Higher Secondary with 50% marks while for qualifying marks is 40% for OBC/SC/ST/EBC category candidates

Qualifying Marks: BCECE Medical 2016 qualifying marks for different categories is given below:

Candidate Category

Qualifying Marks

General Category


Reserved Category (OBC, SC & ST)


General Category - PH


Reserved Category -PH


The detail of BCECE Medical 2016 Eligibility Criteria is given below:


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BCECE Medical 2016 will continue to be gateway for admission to state medical colleges in the admission year 2016. The exam, which earlier stood cancelled as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016again comes into effect after the Centre brought an ordinance on NEETwhich put state entrance tests out of NEET ambit for 2016 admission year. However, NEET phase 2, applicable for admissions to 15 per cent all India quota in government colleges; and private and deemed institutions, is still open for all.  


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