Himachal Pradesh Medical Admission 2015 Eligibility
Himachal Pradesh Medical Admission 2015 Eligibility- Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 admission forms are now available. The last date to fill online application forms for Himachal Pradesh Medical Admissions is August 20, 2015. Candidates who wish to apply for Himachal Pradesh MBBS and BDS 2015 admissions must fulfill the eligibility criteria as prescribed by the Himachal Pradesh University. Candidates are advised to read the Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 admission eligibility before applying for Himachal Pradesh Medical admissions. As per the official notification, candidates must fulfill Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 admission eligibility criteria otherwise their candidature will be cancelled.
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It must be noted that there are separate State quota and Management quota seats in different Medical and Dental colleges of Himachal Pradesh. Admissions to these Medical and Dental Colleges of Himachal Pradesh are done through the Himachal Pradesh 2015 Medical Counselling on the basis of State Merit of AIPMT 2015.
HP Medical 2015 Eligibility Criteria for State Quota Seats:
AIPMT 2015 will be the basis for 50% State Quota seats in Private unaided Dental Colleges situated in Himachal Pradesh. Under Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 Admission Eligibility, either of the following criteria makes a candidate eligible for admission to medical or dental colleges of the state:
For availing the State Quota Seats, candidate’s one or both of parents must be either State Government employees or employees of autonomous bodies wholly or partially financed by the Himachal Pradesh Government
Candidate should have passed at least any two of the following exams from the ICSE/CBSE/H.P recognized schools or colleges of Himachal Pradesh.
Middle or equivalent
Matric or equivalent
10+1 or equivalent
10+2 or equivalent
Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 Eligibility Criteria for Management Quota Seats:
No domicile and schooling conditions will be followed to fill up the seats under Management Quota in Private unaided Medical and Dental Colleges of Himachal Pradesh.
As per the Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 Eligibility, both domicile and non- domicile candidates who will qualify AIPMT 2015 as per the Merit list of Himachal Pradesh are eligible and can apply for Himachal Pradesh Medical 2015 Counselling under Management Quota.
Candidate should have passed at least any two of the following exams:
A) 10+2 Exam of a University or Board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bioâtechnology and English individually with a minimum of 50% total marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bioâtechnology.
B.Sc. Exam of an Indian University with not less than two out of Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany, Zoology) subjects with 50% marks (40% marks for SC/ST/OBC).
Any other exam, that is equivalent to 10+2 (Medical Group) of an Indian University/Board with Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
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