RPMT 2014 Result- The result of RPMT 2014 has been declared on August 01, 2014 by Rajasthan University of Health Sciences. Download your RPMT 2014 Result from the link given below and check your rank in RPMT 2014. According to officials, provisional merit list of the qualified candidates is available and after updating of 10+2 result by the candidates, final merit list will be prepared amongst the candidates (including the candidates within same rank number).
To check rank in RPMT 2014 Provisional Merit List, candidates have to match their name, roll number, category and father name. The seats of MBBS and BDS course in 7 medical and 8 Dental colleges’ constituent of Rajasthan University of Health Sciences will be allotted to candidates on the basis of their rank in final RPMT 2014 Result.
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For any doubts and queries, students can call the RPMT 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360.
According to information available from RUHS, admission to 765 seats in 7 MBBS colleges and 734 BDS seats in 8 Dental Colleges will be done on the basis final RPMT 2014 Result.
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RPMT 2014 is a state level examination conducted by Rajasthan University of Health Sciences and is the prerequisite exam for admission to undergraduate courses in MBBS and BDS. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can download the RPMT 2014 answer key which was released by the RUHS.
The RPMT 2014 Counselling will be conducted after the declaration of RPMT 2014 result. The counselling schedule of RPMT 2014 will be declared after the declaration of RPMT 2014 result.
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