JKCET Medical 2016 Cut Off: Cut off score is the minimum qualifying marks which must be secured by candidates to qualify the entrance exam. JKCET Medical 2016 cut off score will be based on different factors such as number of seats, difficulty level of examination and number of applicants. According to JKCET Medical cut off 2016, general category candidates have to score 50% and reserved category candidates have to score 40% of the total marks to qualify entrance exam.
Refer below for JKCET Medical 2016 Cut off marks for different categories:
According to exam conducting authority, Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination (JKBOPEE), a total of 50% seats are reserved under Open Merit or General Category, whereas the other 50 % is distributed among the reserved category candidates.
Candidates can check below for the reservation in JKCET Medical 2016 as per different categories:
JKCET Medical 2016 is a state level entrance exam, conducted by Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (JKBOPEE) for providing admissions to medical and dental colleges of the state.
The result of JKCET Medical 2016 is scheduled to be declared, tentatively in the month of August 2016. The result will be declared online.
Stay tuned to www.medicine.careers360.com for more news and information on JKCET Medical 2016
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Dear aspirant, you don't need any domicile certificate for applying to 85% STATE QUOTA. As per the rules any student who has completed 10th and 12th from UP will not be required to provide domicile certificate during counselling.
Your 10th and 12th marksheet are proof that you are permanent resident of this state so there's no need to provide domicile certificate.
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Yes. According to the new criteria all students who want to appear for MBBS have to appear for NEET and there will be no separate tests for AIIMS and JIPMER. Admission in both the Institutions will be on the baiss of NEET score only. So the news you have heard is absolutely true.
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