IPUCET MBBS 2015 Result
IPUCET MBBS 2015 Result - The revised result of IPU CET MBBS 2015 stage 2 has been published on June 20, 2015 after deleting erroneous and typographical questions. The marks of erroneous question have been allotted to candidates. IPUCET MBBS 2015 Stage 2 has been successfully conducted on May 23 and result has been declared. The result of IPUCET MBBS 2015 has been declared in two stages as the entrance exam was conducted in two stages.
According to officials, the questions in relation to which errors in the nature of missing data/typographical errors were neutralized by deleting the erroneous questions for the purpose of evaluation and all the examinees were compensated by awarding full marks allotted to each question deleted. All Seven (07) questions identified by the committee are deleted and 21 marks (7 x 3 =21) are awarded to all the candidates who appeared for the MBBS CET Stage II.
The Result of IPUCET MBBS 2015 stage 1 successfully conducted on April 26 and result has been declared on May 5, 2015. Candidates who have qualified in stage 1 of IPUCET MBBS 2015 were eligible for appearing in IPUCET MBBS Stage 2.
According to the official information, IPUCET MBBS 2015 result has been declared for only those candidates who have scored the qualifying marks in the entrance exam.
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On the basis of result of IPUCET MBBS 2015 Stage II, qualified candidates will be called for counseling and later seats will be allotted to them on the basis of their marks and rank in the merit list.
Candidates can check the IPUCET MBBS 2015 qualifying marks for different categories from the table given below:
Reserved Category (OBC, SC & ST)
General Category - PH
Reserved Category -PH
GGSIPU offers a total of 264 seats for MBBS programmes in around 3 affiliated colleges, in which 57 seats are for General category, 43 for OBC, 15 reserved for ST and another 41 for SC. While, 82 of the total seats are reserved for Army wards, only 1 seat is available for PwD category candidate. While the remaining seats are reserved under various categories.
Based on the secured marks, the examination authority i.e. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) will prepare a merit list for eligible and successful candidates.
Candidates can check their IPUCET MBBS 2015 Stage 2 Result from the link given below by entering their exam roll number and course name.
Check IPUCET MBBS 2015 Stage II Result from the link given below:
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Candidates can check below for the important highlights of IPUCET MBBS 2015 exam:
IPUCET MBBS 2015 comprises of two stages
Candidates who will qualify the preliminary stage of IPUCET MBBS 2015 will only be eligible to appear in the second stage of the exam
Merit list will only be prepared for those candidates who will secure the qualifying marks in the stage II of IPUCET MBBS 2015 exam
On the basis of Merit list of IPUCET MBBS 2015 counseling will be done for the allotment of MBBS seats
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