PIMS Medical 2015
PIMS Medical 2015- Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences, commonly known as PIMS Medical has announced admissions to five and a half year undergraduate MBBS programme in the University. PIMS Medical 2015 has been conducted successfully on May 2, 2015. PIMS Medical 2015 Result has been declared on June 4, 2015.
As per the official notification, PIMS Medical 2015 is being conducted to enroll candidates in as many as 125 seats in MBBS and 100 seats in BDS programme in the University.
Exam Name: Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences
Commonly known as: PIMS Medical 2015
Exam Category: UG
Conducting Authority:Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences
PIMS Medical 2015 Eligibility Criteria: Candidates who wish to apply for PIMS Medical 2015 entrance exam can check below for the important highlights of the PIMS Medical 2015 Eligibility Criteria:
Candidate must be an Indian National
Candidates must have passed the Higher/Senior Secondary School examination with Physics, Chemistry , Biology and English as a Compulsory subject
Candidates belonging to General Category must have passed in the Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in PCB and English taken together
Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories must have passed in the Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in PCB and English taken together
Candidates who are appearing for Higher/Senior Secondary School Examination in February/March 2015 are also eligible to apply for PIMS Medical 2015, providing they meet the eligibility criteria at the time of Counselling
Age Limit: Candidate must be born or before 31st December 1998 to be eligible to appear for PIMS Medical 2015
PIMS Medical 2015 Exam Pattern: Candidates can check below for the PIMS Medical 2015 Exam Pattern:
PIMS Medical 2015 will consist of one question paper
The question paper will consist of 200 Multiple Choice Question, where each question will consist of four responses against it and the candidate has to select the most appropriate response
PIMS Medical 2015 Question Paper will consist of 50 questions each on Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Zoology
Each correct answer will be awarded with one Mark
There will be no system of Negative Marking
Duration: PIMS Medical 2015 will be of 3 hours duration
PIMS Medical 2015 Application Form: Candidates can check below for the important steps to fill in the Application Form of PIMS Medical 2015
PIMS Medical 2015 Application Form can be obtained via both Online and Offline methods
Candidates are required to go the below mentioned Link and download the Application Form of PIMS Medical 2015
After downloading Candidates are required to completely fill in the Application Form of PIMS Medical 2015
Candidates are also required to make a Demand Draft of Rs.1700, in favour of ‘ Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences, Loni’ , Drawn on any Nationalized Bank, Payable at Pune-Service Branch
Candidates are required to send the duly filled Application Form along with the Demand Draft of Rs.1700 on or before April 1, 2015 on the below mentioned address:
The Competent Authority
Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences
At/post: Loni (BK)- 413736, Tal.Rahata,
Dist: Ahmednagar, (Maharashtra State)
The Prospectus and Application Form of PIMS Medical 2015 can also be obtained by sending a Demand Draft of Rs.700 (Rs.500 for payment and Rs. 200 for Postal Charges) on the above mentioned address
After obtaining the Prospectus and the Application Form, Candidates are required to fill in the Application Form and make a Demand Draft of Rs.1500 , in favour of ‘ Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences, Loni’ , Drawn on any Nationalized Bank, Payable at Pune-Service Branch
Candidates are required to send the duly filled Application Form along with the Demand Draft of Rs.1500 on or before April 1, 2015 on the above mentioned address:
PIMS Medical 2015 Admit Card: The Admit Card of PIMS Medical 2015 will be dispatched to the candidates by Post and email.The Admit card will consist of details of the examination venue.
PIMS Medical 2015 Important Dates: Candidates can check below for the important dates of PIMS Medical 2015:
Sale of Prospectus and Application Form
February 24, 2015
Last Date of Submission of Application Form
April 1, 2015
Last Date of Submission of Application Form with Late Fees
April 7, 2015
PIMS Medical 2015
May 2, 2015
Declaration of Result
June 4, 2015
June 23-26, 2015
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