KEAM 2014 Medical
KEAM 2015 Medical is a university level exam conducted by Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations for admissions to undergraduate medical programmes for the academic year 2015. KEAM 2015 Medical Entrance Exam shall be held on April 22 and April 23, 2015.
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Exam Name: Kerala Engineering Agriculture Medical Entrance Examinations 2015
Commonly Known As: KEAM 2015 Medical
Exam Level: Undergraduate
Exam Category: University
Conducting Authority: Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations
KEAM 2015 Medical Eligibility: Candidates applying for KEAM 2015 Application Form should have passed 10+2 exam from a recognized state board or equivalent with 50% marks in aggregate of the subjects and 50% separately in Biology/Biotechnology.
KEAM 2015 Medical Application: Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations shall be inviting KEAM 2015 Application for admissions to undergraduate medical programmes. Candidates need to apply online only in the prescribed KEAM 2015 application form. They will need to remit an examination fee of Rs. 800 (Rupees Eight Hundred only)
KEAM 2015 Medical Exam Pattern: KEAM 2015 MBBS BDS exam shall be conducted on April 22 and April 23, 2015. KEAM 2015 Medical Entrance Exam is a paper-pencil exam of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration having 120 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of 480 marks. Each correct response to the question will be awarded four marks and one mark will be deducted for each incorrect response under negative marking scheme.
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KEAM 2015 Medical Admit Card: KEAM 2015 Exam admit card can be downloaded from the official website from fourth week of March 2015. In any case, no candidate shall be allowed to take the KEAM 2015 Medical Exam without a valid KEAM 2015 MBBS BDS admit card along with any of the photo identity proof like PAN card, Driving License, etc.
KEAM 2015 Medical Results: KEAM 2015 Results shall be declared on the official website by third week of May 2015. Candidates will be required to download to KEAM 2015 Results by login at the website.
KEAM 2015 Medical Important Dates:
KEAM 2015 Online Application Form
Second week of January 2015 - First week of February 2015
KEAM 2015 Admit Card
Fourth week of March 2015
KEAM 2015 Exam
April 22 and April 23, 2015
KEAM 2015 Result Declaration
Third week of May 2015
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