SMU UGET-1 2016 Application form
SMU UGET-1 2016 has been replaced by NEET 2016 as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016. Now, admission in all state-level and private medical colleges will be done on the basis of NEET 2016 results only. Therefore, MBBS/BDS aspirants are advised to ignore the information given below on this page. The relevant information regarding MBBS/BDS entrance exam and admission is available in articles related to NEET- Click Here. Read important articles on NEET 2016 from the links given below:
Application form- Sikkim Manipal University conducts undergraduate level entrance exam for admissions into Medical programmes in Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences. Application forms of SMU UGET-1 are now available in online mode. The last date to submit the application form is May 7, 2016 . Applicants can find the complete application form procedure of SMU MBBS entrance exam in this page.
SMU UGET-1 Application procedure related instructions- Applications are now available in online mode. Candidates are advised to check the complete application form procedure of SMU UGET-1 below-
Aspirants can download the SMU MBBS exam application form from the link provided at the end of this page
All candidates will be required to buy prospectus and application form. Fee for buying SMU UGET-1 form is approximately Rs. 600
Applicants need to fill the application as per instructions
After completing the application candidates need to make a payment of approximately 2000 Rs.
Payment can be done through Credit card or Debit card
To download SMU MBBS 2015 Application Form- Click here
Candidates should fill SMU MBBS entrance exam application form in English.
Candidates can sign in other language
Aspirants are advised to use only BLACK or BLUE Hi-Tec type pen to fill up the form
All alphabets should be in capital letters
Overwriting or erasing in SMU MBBS entrance exam application form may lead to rejection
All applicants are advised to keep a copy of application form with them
The demand draft should be drawn in favour of 'Sikkim Manipal University' payable at Gangtok
The application number (if any) and candidate's name should be mentioned on the reverse side of the demand draft
All duly filled applications should be sent to the below mentioned address with demand draft
Enclosures with SMU UGET-1 application form- Candidates who are required to submit documents can find the instruction below-
All photocopies should be in A4 size paper
Printed copy should be clear and readable
Candidates need to take a print out of both sides of those documents which are printed both sides in original copy
It must be noted that candidates should not fold or staple any document with SMU MBBS exam application form
Application form number of SMU MBBS 2016 should be mentioned at the top corner of all photocopies
Admission Officer (Medical Campus),
Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences,
5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok- 737102 (East Sikkim)
It must be noted that fee will not be refunded under any circumstances. SMU MBBS Entrance exam application form should be filled correctly to avoid rejections. Candidates are advised to check eligibility of SMU UGET-1 before applying for the SMU MBBS exam which is scheduled to be conducted tentatively in the second week of May, 2016.
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If I got 120 marks in pcb group in hsc Maharashtra board exam and 550 marks in neet then can I get mbbs seat in Maharashtra GMC if I belongs to OBC category? PLEASE TELL ME
With 120 marks i.e 40% in PCB you are eligible for Neet examination as you belong to onc category.
This is because,
as per eligibility criteria only 40% in PCB is required for OBC category to be eligible and you fulfill this
It's quite difficult to say whether will get a seat in government medical college or not with 550 marks as cut off marks for medical colleges keeps changing every year depending upon various factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the examination etc.
But yes as per previous year trends you may get a seat in Government Medical College under Maharashtra State quota for OBC category with 550 marks.
In neet 2019, 535 marks got a seat in Government Medical College, Gondia under Maharashtra State quota for OBC category.
mera physics aur chemistry bahut kmzor hai, to kya mujhe neet ka coaching krna chahiye. maine isi sal 12th pass kiya hai.
Uday, if you are appearing for NEET this year, there is hardly 2months time for preparation so you can take up online coaching. For example we have NEET Knockout packages. But if you will appear for NEET 2021, you have time and you can prepare based on this suggestion
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Will surely NEET will be held on July 26th ?? as lockdown is extending till.....or any idea abt online conduction of exam ???
Your NEET examination is scheduled to be conducted on 26th July .
Your Neet examination has already been postponed and delayed a lot due to coronavirus outbreak and lock down caused by it from its scheduled date
Also, considering the present situation your Neet examination is not expected to be delayed more .
Even if its get postponed again then NTA will notify you about it in advance but chances for the same is very extremely low
i completed btech mechanical engineering in 2011 and intermediate in pcm regular. can i write neet exam? which code applicable to me?
Your code will be 02 if you have studied Biology also in your 12th. If you do not have Biology either as an additional subject or an additional subject then you are not eligible for NEET. If you have also studied Biology, though you completed your B.Tech because your highest relevant qualification is 12th, your qualification code is 02.
starting from today for neet preparation what should be strategy to clear it
Hello student if you're starting from now you need to be more focused and determined as time is less, you need to practice as much as you can so that you can Learn things easily. Prefer NCERT to build your basic concept and make sure you do each and every example and exercise questions of Ncert before jumping to a reference book.
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