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Sikkim Manipal University, commonly known as SMU has announced admissions to five and a half year undergraduate MBBS programme in the university. SMU MBBS 2015 is scheduled to be conducted between May 4, 2015 and May 10, 2015.

As per the official notification SMU MBBS 2015 is being conducted to enroll candidates in 50 seats in MBBS programme in the University.

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Exam Name: Sikkim Manipal University MBBS

Commonly known as: SMU MBBS 2015

Exam Category: UG


Conducting Authority: Sikkim Manipal University


SMU MBBS 2015 Eligibility Criteria: Candidates applying for SMU MBBS 2015 entrance exam can check below for the Eligibility Criteria of SMU MBBS 2015:

  • Candidates must have passed the Higher/Senior Secondary School examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology

  • Candidates must have passed in the 10+2 examination and in each subject individually

  • Candidates, belonging to General Category, must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in PCB, whereas Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories, must have obtained a minimum of 40% marks taken together in PCB

  • Candidate must be of 17 years and above as on 31st December 2015

SMU MBBS 2015 Exam Pattern: Candidates can check below for the SMU MBBS 2015 Exam Pattern:

  • SMU MBBS 2015 will be a Computer based test

  • SMU MBBS 2015 will consist of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

  • SMU MBBS 2015 question paper will carry four responses against each question, where candidates need to select the most appropriate answer

  • SMU MBBS 2015 will be conducted in English language only

SMU MBBS 2015 Application Form: Candidates can check below the important steps to fill in the SMU MBBS 2015 Application Form 2015:

SMU MBBS 2015 Application Forms can be filled in both Online and Offline mode:


  • Candidates are required to go to the below mentioned link and fill in the Online Application Form of SMU MBBS 2015

  • After clicking on the link , candidates need to fill in the Application Form of SMU MBBS 2015 step by step

  • Candidates have to pay the SMU MBBS 2015 entrance exam i.e. Rs.2000 payable through Credit Card/Debit Card


  • The prospectus and Application Form of SMU MBBS 2015 can be obtained from the Prospectus Distribution Centre located at different states after a payment of Rs.600

  • The Application Form of SMU MBBS 2015 will be in the Prospectus of SMU MBBS 2015 only

  • Candidates are required to fill in the Application Form and make a Demand Drat of Rs.2000, drawn in favour of Sikkim Manipal University, payable at Gangtok

  • Candidates are required to send the Application Form along with the demand draft to on or before April 30, 2015 on the below mentioned address
    Admission Officer (Medical Campus),
    Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences,
    5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok- 737102 (East Sikkim)

SMU MBBS 2015 Admit Card: The E- Admit Card of SMU MBBS 2015 will be issued for those candidates only who have booked an online test slot using OTBS during the booking dates. The E-Admit Card of will indicate the E-Ticket number, course applied, address of the Test Centre, Test date and time selected by the candidate.

SMU MBBS 2015 Important Dates: Candidates can check below for the important dates of SMU MBBS 2015


Important Dates

Sale of Prospectus and Application Form

December 27, 2015

Last date of submission of Application Form

April 30, 2015


May 4, 2015- May, 10,2015

Result of SMU MBBS 2015

Third week of June (Tentatively)

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