Punjab PMET 2015
Apratim Chatterjee, 19 May 2015, #NEET
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Punjab PMET 2015 is the entrance exam conducted by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot for admissions to undergraduate medical programmes including MBBS and BDS. Candidates can check here for details of Punjab PMET 2015 including Application Form, Eligibility, Exam Pattern and Important Dates.

Punjab PMET 2015 was conducted on May 17, 2015.

Punjab PMET 2015 Applications began on April 7, 2015 and closed on April 29, 2015.

Exam Name – Punjab Medical Entrance Test


Commonly Known As – Punjab PMET

Category – Undergraduate


Level –National


Seats – 1090 seats in MBBS and 1200 seats


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Punjab PMET 2015 Eligibility – Candidates must have passed Higher Secondary Examination or Indian School Certificate Examination or 10+2 Higher Secondary Examination with subjects including Physics, Chemistry and Biology securing a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate. Candidates must have completed the age of 17 years as on December 31 of the year of admission.

Punjab PMET 2015 Application Form – Application Form of Punjab PMET 2015 could be filled in online mode only. Candidates needed to fill in the application between April 7 and April 29, 2015. Candidates can also submit the online application form with a late fee of Rs. 3000 till May 4, 2015. Candidates needed to remit an application fee of Rs. 5000 (Rs. 2500 for SC categories) in any branch of the Oriental Bank of Commerce through India by using a Bank Challan, which was generated during online applications.


Punjab PMET 2015 Admit Card –Admit Card of Punjab PMET 2015 was available from May 11, 2015. Candidates can download Punjab PMET 2015 Admit Card through the official link provided. The Admit Card of Punjab PMET 2015 also accompanies a certificate that too needed to be downloaded and duly signed and attested by the Principal of last attended school/Executive Magistrate. Candidates need to preserve Punjab PMET 2015 Admit Card/Hall Ticket in good condition till admissions.


Punjab PMET 2015 Exam Pattern – Punjab PMET 2015 is scheduled to be held on May 17, 2015 from 11:00 am. The three hours duration medical entrance exam shall have one paper consisting 200 questions of objective-type (MCQs) covering sections including Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The questions will be set in English language. While each correct answer will be awarded 4 marks, for every incorrect response no marks will be conducted as there is no system of negative marking. However, for security reasons, every question has a fifth oval along with the provided four options. If candidates do not attempt the question, they have to darken the fifth oval, failing to do so will result in negative marking of the very question. One mark will be deducted in such case from the total scored marks.

Punjab PMET 2015 Result – Result of PMET 2015 has been declared on May 19, 2015. Punjab PMET 2015 result has been declared Rank wise, Roll Number wise and Category wise. Candidates can check Punjab PMET 2015 Result in online mode from the official link provided in this page.Candidates can also download their Punjab PMET 2015 Rank Card/Result from the official link through providing Punjab PMET 2015 Roll Number.

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Punjab PMET 2015 Important Dates –Candidates can look below for the scheduled events and dates –

Punjab PMET 2015 Scheduled Events

Important Dates

Application Form

April 7 – April 29, 2015

Application Form (with late fee of Rs. 3000)

Till May 4, 2015

Last date of remittance of PMET 2015 Application Form

May 7, 2015 (till 4:00 pm)

Admit Card

May 11, 2015

Offline Exam

May 17, 2015 (11:00 am – 2:00 pm)


 May 19, 2015

Fillingof Online Admission Form and Preferences of Colleges/Courses

May 27, 2015

Last date of filling of preferences

June 15, 2015

Seat Allotments as per Round 1

June 19 – June 20, 2015

Reporting to allotted medical and dental colleges

June 26 – June 30, 2015

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