MGIMS PMT 2016 Cut off
MGIMS PMT 2016 has been replaced by NEET 2016 as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016. Now, admission in all state-level and private medical colleges will be done on the basis of NEET 2016 results only. Therefore, MBBS/BDS aspirants are advised to ignore the information given below on this page. The relevant information regarding MBBS/BDS entrance exam and admission is available in articles related to NEET- Click Here. Read important articles on NEET 2016 from the links given below:
MGIMS PMT 2016- National level exam MGIMS PMT is conducted by the examination authority i.e. Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences to admission in MBBS under MGIMS. The entrance exam has been conducted on April 17, 2016. It was a pen and paper based exam. MGIMS PMT 2016 was conducted for approximately 100 seats. Candidates can check the complete information about MGIMS PMT 2016 on this page.
MGIMS PMT 2016 Cut off: Candidates who have appear edin MGIMS PMT 2016, conducted on April 17, 2016 can check the cut off marks of MGIMS PMT 2016 mentioned below on this page. MGIMS PMT 2016 Cut off marks provides you information regarding minimum marks required to qualify the entrance exam. Candidates must note that MGIMS PMT 2016 Result will be announced by the exam conducting authority, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, for those candidates only who will obtain a minimum of pre-determined marks as defined for their respective categories. Based on the result cum merit list of MGIMS PMT 2016, candidates will be called for counselling procedure for allotment to 100 MBBS seats in the university.
MGIMS PMT 2016 Cut off marks varies each year because it is based on many factors such as number of candidates appeared in the exam, difficulty level of the exam, number of seats, marking scheme etc.
Refer below for the detailed cut off of MGIMS PMT 2016 as per different categories:
As per the official notification, only those candidates will be considered as qualified, who will score the qualifying marks as per their respective category. Based on MGIMS PMT 2016 Cut off score, the exam conducting authority will declare the result cum merit list of MGIMS PMT 2016.
MGIMS PMT 2016 is a national level entrance exam, conducted on April 17, 2016 for providing admissions to approximately 100 seats in the university.
The result and merit list of MGIMS PMT 2016 is scheduled to be released in the month of May, 2016 tentatively.
Stay tuned to www.medicine.careers360.com for more news and latest update on MGIMS PMT 2016
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