MH PGM PGD CET 2016 Exam Pattern provides an overview of the exam. Candidates can check the information related to MH PGM PGD CET 2016 exam duration, number of question, marking scheme, syllabus, etc. from this page. MH PGM PGD CET 2016 is state level entrance exam conducted by Directorate of Medical Education & Research (DMER) for admission to 50% state quota seats in Master of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Master of Dental Surgery (MDS) programmes offered in various medical and dental colleges of Maharashtra.
It is important for aspirants to know the MH PGM PGD CET 2016 exam pattern so that they can efficiently prepare for the exam. The detailed information is given below regarding number of questions asked in the paper, subjects, marking scheme and duration of exam.
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Highlights of MH PGM PGD CET 2016 exam pattern is given below:
MH PGM CET 2016 exam pattern for MD/MS Programmes:
Exam Date: January 24, 2016
Exam Mode: Pen & paper based test
Medium of Exam: English
Exam Duration: 3 Hours & 30 Minutes
Number of Questions: 300 Objective based multiple choice questions
Marking Scheme: 1 marks for each correct response
Negative Marking: No marks will be deducted for incorrect response
Syllabus: Exam will be based on the syllabus for MBBS programmes
Exam Centres: Exam will be conducted at Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur and Aurangabad
The number of MH PGM CET 2016 questions of each subject will be as given below:
Forensic Medicine 10
Preventive & Social Medicine 25
Dermatology & Veneriology 7
MH PGD CET 2016 exam pattern for MDS Programmes:
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes (90 minutes)
No. of questions: 100 Objective based multiple choice questions
Syllabus: Exam will be based on the syllabus taught during BDS
The number of MH PGD CET 2016 questions of each subject will be as given below:
The MH PGD CET 2016 to be of the standard of BDS Examinations and shall cover all the subjects of BDS course. The tentative number of questions of each subject will be as given below:
General Anatomy 5
Human Physiology and Biochemistry 5
General Medicine 5
General Surgery 5
General Pathology and Bacteriology 5
General and Dental Pharmacology 5
Dental Materials 6
Oral Anatomy and Histology 6
Oral Pathology 6
Oral Diagnosis and Radiology 6
Community Dentistry 6
Prosthetic Dentistry 7
Oral Surgery 7
Conservative Dentistry 7
The provisional result of MH PGM PGD CET 2016 will be declared on February 22, 2016. The examination authority will declare result of only those candidates who will score qualifying marks in the entrance exam.
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