NUUGET 2014: Nitte University conducts NUUGET 2014 Exam. NU UGET 2014 is a competitive medical entrance examination for selection of qualifying candidates for its MBBB and BDS courses for the academic year 2014. The University allots medical seats to qualifying candidates to any of these two colleges; K.S. Hegde Medical Academy and A.B. Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences.
Exam Name: Nitte University Undergraduate Entrance Test
Commonly known as: NU UGET 2014
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Exam Type: National
Exam Category: UG
Total number of seats: For MBBS course – 150 and For BDS course – 100
Conducting Authority: Nitte University
For any doubts and queries students can call the NUUGT Exam2014 Helpline at 011-40360360
NUUGET 2014 Eligibility Criteria: Candidate must be citizen of India and must have attained minimum age of 17 years as of December 31, 2014. Candidate must have passed intermediate or equivalent examination with aggregate minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology but not before the year 2012. SC/ST candidate enjoys a relaxation of 10% for the minimum required marks.
NUUGET 2014 Application Form: The application form of NUUGET 2014 examis now available online from January 29, 2014. After completing the application form candidate is required to take the hard copy of the NUUGET 2014 Online Application Form and paste his/her recent photograph in the space provided for it. Then, the completed NUUGET 2014 Online Application Form accompanied with all required documents and Demand Draft of Rs 1000/- favouring Nitte University payable at Mangalore should be sent to the below mentioned address.
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NUUGET 2014 Paper Pattern: NUUGET 2014 paper will be of three hours duration and will carry total of 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). NUUGET 2014 Exam shall contain 60 MCQs from each of the subject- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The NUUGET 2014 Exam will be conducted in English.
NUUGET 2014 marking scheme: For every correct answer one mark will be awarded. Negative marking is not practiced so no marks will be deducted for wrong answers.
NUUGET 2014 Important Dates
Availability of prospectus and application form
January 29, 2014
Last date for receipt of application form submission
May o5, 2014
Dispatch of NUUGET 2014 Admit card by NITTE University
February 10, 2014 onwards
Availability of NUUGET 2014 Online Admit card
May o6, 2014
NUUGET 2014 Entrance Exam
May 12, 2014
Merit List declaration
June 12, 2014
NUUGET 2014 Counselling session for MBBS
June 26, 2014
NUUGET 2014 Counselling session for BDS
June 27, 2014
The Registrar, Nitte University,
Deralakatte, Mangalore (D.K) – 575 018,
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