JKCET Medical 2016 Counselling
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JKCET Medical 2016 Counselling: The counselling of JKCET Medical 2016 is scheduled to be conducted from August 20, 2016. Candidates who have qualified the entrance exam, are only be eligible to appear in JKCET Medical counselling 2016. JKCET Medical 2016, the state level entrance exam is conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE). The counselling will be held in an offline mode at BOPEE Office, Bagahti Baruzulla, Srinagar. This must be noted that admissions to 450 MBBS and 250 BDS seats will be done through JKCET Medical 2016 Counselling.

Venue of JKCET Medical 2016

BOPEE Office,

Bagahti Baruzulla,

Srinagar

The detailed schedule of JKCET Medical 2016 Counselling will be updated as and when it will be declared by the exam conducting authority.

Important instructions on JKCET Medical Counselling 2016:

  • The merit list of JKCET Medical 2016 has been released on August 16, 2016

  • The selection will be recommended strictly on the basis of merit of eligible candidates determined by their ranks obtained in the entrance exam

  • The candidates will be called for counselling one after the other in order of rank for allotment of discipline / institution

  • The qualified candidates must come for counselling along with all documents in original, admit card and a non-refundable bank draft of Rs. 1000/- in favour of FA/CAO, BOPEE

  • The fees can also be paid through the swap machine available at BOPEE office, Srinagar/Jammu

  • The candidates should indicate clearly multiple choices of disciplines / institutions in the counselling form which they want to join in order of preference. For example, if a candidate indicates his options in the following manner:

    a) MBBS-GMC Jammu

    b) BDS ,GDC Jammu

    c) MBBS- GMC Srinagar

    d) MBBS- SKIMS, Srinagar

    e) BDS, GDC Srinagar

    f) MBBS-ASCOMS, Jammu

  • If, for some unavoidable reasons, it is not possible for a candidate to appear personally, he / she may send his / her duly authorised representative with admit card, bank draft, original documents, undertaking and authority letter to the effect that allotment made on the basis of choices indicated by such representative shall be binding on him/ her

This must be noted that a total of 50% seats are reserved for General Category or Open Merit Candidates, whereas, the other 50% seats will be distributed among reserved category candidates. 

 

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