KIITEE Medical 2015 Result
KIITEE Medical 2015 Result - The result of KIITEE Medical 2015 Result has been announced by the examination authority, i.e. Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) . Candidates can check their result from the link given below on this page.
KIITEE Medical 2015 was held between April 21, 2015 to April 30, 2015.
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Candidates, who will appeared for KIITEE Medical 2015, can check their result from the link given below:
According to the official information, there are 100 MBBS and 100 BDS in Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) , a constituent of KIIT University. Candidates who have scored the marks above the cut-off will be called for the Counselling of KIMS Medical 2015. The Scheduled date for KIITEE Medical 2015 Counselling is from June 2, 2015 to June 15, 2015. The counseling schedule of KIITEE Medical 2015 will be announced after May 15, 2015
Candidates are advised to attend the counseling as per the schedule announced by the KIIT University. The counseling process will end as soon as all the seats reserved for the KIITEE 2015 Medical will filled up. Seat allocation will be purely on merit basis i.e. based on the candidate performance in the KIITEE Medical 2015 Entrance Examination.
As per the information in KIITEE information brochure, medical quota seats are distributed among different category of candidates. Apart from the general category seats, 15% seats will be reserved for Schedule Caste & 7.5% seats for Scheduled Tribe. All the unfilled reserved seats will be converted to General Category and same will be allotted to waiting list candidates as per their rank in KITTEE Medical 2015 merit list.
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