CMC Ludhiana 2014 Cutoff
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CMC Ludhiana 2014 Cutoff: Test takers of CMC Ludhiana 2014 exam must have scored 50% or 75 marks out of 150 in the written exam so as to be considered for admission to MBBS/BDS course. For non Christian candidates, CMC Ludhiana 2014 Cutoff score is 50% or 75 marks out of 150 in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together. For Christian candidates, the cutoff score is45% marks in the Bible Test to be considered under ‘Christians with service agreement’ (MBBS) and ‘Christian Minority Categories’.

 

It has to be noted that marks scored in General Aptitude will not be considered for CMC Ludhiana 2014 cutoff score. Bible Test marks are not considered for merit preparation, but are necessary for consideration under Christian quotas.

 

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Based on cutoff score the provisional merit list will be prepared by the exam conducting authority Christian Medical College Ludhiana Society and the list will be published on or before June 4, 2014. The provisional merit list will also be displayed on the Notice board of the Office of the Registrar, CMC, Ludhiana.

 

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Where two or more candidates secure equal marks in the entrance exam their inter-se-merit will be decided as per the following preference:

  • First Preference: Candidates obtaining higher aggregate marks in the written exam for three subjects- Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

  • Second Preference:  Candidates obtaining higher marks in Biology will be preferred.

  • Third Preference: Candidates obtaining higher marks in Chemistry will be preferred.

  • Fourth Preference: The applicant older in age will be preferred.

 

Cutoff rank for the year 2012 for MBBS course for categories All India General Open and Combined Merit - Christian Minority All India (Non Punjab) is given below-

Categories

Minimum Rank

Maximum Rank

All India General Open

6

84

Combined Merit - Christian Minority All India (Non Punjab)

22

25

 The information presented is based on exam conducting official sources. 

 

CMC Ludhiana 2014, a national level examination is scheduled to be held on May 28, 2014 in paper-pencil format.  As many as 40 candidates will be offered admission for Bachelor of Dental Science course and for Medicine Bachelor of Surgery course 75 candidates will be selected for the academic year 2014.

 

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As per CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Paper Pattern –the exam will have one paper comprising of Objective Type Questions covering Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects along with General Aptitude. Bible Test for Christian applicants will be held from 4:45 pm to 5:15 pm, on the same day.

 

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