NUUGET 2015
Govind Kumar, 17 Mar 2015, #NEET
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NUUGET 2015 - Nitte University will conduct NUUGET 2015 exam on May 11, 2015 for admission to 150 MBBS and 150 BDS seats in constituent medical and dental colleges. The University allots medical seats to qualifying candidates in K.S. Hegde Medical Academy and dental seats in A.B. Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences.

 

Exam Name: Nitte University Undergraduate Entrance Test

 

Commonly known as: NU UGET 2015

 

Exam Type: National

 

Exam Category: UG

 

Total number of seats: For MBBS course – 150 and For BDS course – 100

 

Conducting Authority: Nitte University

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NUUGET 2015 Eligibility: Candidate must be citizen of India and must have attained minimum age of 17 years as of December 31, 2015. Candidate must have passed intermediate or equivalent examination with aggregate with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects and English as one of the languages of study and obtained an aggregate minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

 

NUUGET 2015 Exam Pattern: The scheduled date for NUUGET 2015 exam is May 11, 2015. The question booklet of NUUGET 2015 is based on the syllabus as prescribed by examination authority. The question paper of NUUGET 2015 will be of 3 hours duration. There will be 180 multiple choice questions physics, Chemistry and Biology. For each correct answer candidates will be awarded one mark and there will be no negative marking for wrong answers.

 

NUUGET 2015 Application Procedure: The application form of NUUGET 2015 can be filled online and candidates must send the send the printout to concerned authority by April 25, 2015. The filled in NUUGET 2015 application form must accompanied with relevant documents along with demand draft of Rs. 1500 if payment is made through offline.

NUUGET 2015 Important Dates: NUUGET 2015 important dates are given below:

NUUGET 2015 Exam Events

Important Dates

Date of Notification of Entrance Test

February 27, 2015

Date of hosting the application format and Brochure on the website

 February 27, 2015

Date of dispatch of Test Admission Tickets by Post by the University

March 9, 2015

Last date for receipt of application ( Color Print) by the University along with DD or Acknowledgement of online payment

April 25, 2015

Last date for change of centre if required (Send request along with the DD of Rs. 500 )

April 28, 2015

Date for downloading the Test AdmissionTickets from the website if not received by post

May 4, 2015

Date for contacting the University by phone for Non receipt of Test Admission Tickets by post/ website

May 5, 2015

Date of Entrance Test

May 11, 2015

Date of publication of Key Answers (Provisional)

May 12, 2015

Last date for receipt of objection / clarification, if any, for key answers through e-mail to

(Challenge fee Rs. 500/- per question)

May 22, 2015

Date of publication of Key Answers (Final)

May 30, 2015

Date of announcement of Merit List &

Counselling notification

June 13, 2015

Date of Counselling - First Round

MBBS: June 29, 2015

BDS: June 30, 2015

Date of Counselling - Second Round

July 17, 2015

Last date for Admission

July 31, 2015

Date of Commencement of classes

August 3,2015

NUUGET 2015 Admit Card: The admit card of NUUGET 2015 will be sent by post to candidates on their mentioned address. Candidates can also download their NUUGET 2015 admit card from May 4, 2015.

NUUGET 2015 Result:The result of NUUGET 2015 will be published June 13, 2015. The result of only qualified candidates will be declared. 

Address:

The Registrar, Nitte University,

Deralakatte, Mangalore (D.K) – 575 018,

Karnataka, India.

 

Official website: www.nitte.edu.in


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