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St. John’s MBBS 2016 has been replaced by NEET 2016 as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016.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:

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Latest: St.John's MBBS 2016 Merit List for first round counselling has been released.

 

St.John's MBBS 2016 is a pre-requisite examination conducted by St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences for providing admissions to undergraduate medical programme. St. John’s MBBS 2016 entrance exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 22, 2016 in a computer based mode for admissions to 150 MBBS seats. This must also be noted that NRI and Foreign candidates can also apply for admissions to MBBS programme offered at St.John's National Academy of Health Sciences.

 

Exam Name: St. John’s MBBS Entrance Exam

Commonly known as:  St. John’s MBBS

 

Exam Category: Undergraduate (UG)

 

Conducting Authority: St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences

 

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Eligibility Criteria: Candidates can check below for the eligibility criteria of St. John’s MBBS 2016 conducted by St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences:

  • Candidates must not be more than 17 years of age as on December 31, 2016

  • Candidate must have passed 10+2 examination in Science from any recognized Board with Physics, Chemistry and Biology

  • Candidate must have also attended practical classes of Physics, Chemistry and Biology

  • Candidate must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the entrance examination

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Exam Pattern: St. John’s MBBS Entrance Exam 2016 is a computer based test. Candidates can check below for the detailed exam pattern:

  • St. John’s MBBS 2016 will be a multiple choice question test

  • The test will be based on the questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Values and English

  • The test will be of three hours duration

  • Candidates belonging to Christian Community will have a separate test on Christian Doctrine

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Application Form: The registration for St. John’s MBBS 2016 will be held in an online mode. The application form of St John's MBBS 2016 was available from March 2, 2016. Candidates have to pay a sum of Rs. 2000 as an application fee which can remitted through Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking. The last date to submit the St John's MBBS 2016 application form was April 30, 2016.

 

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Important Dates: The academic calendar of St. John’s MBBS 2016 has been released by the exam conducting authority, i.e. St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences. Candidates can check below for the important dates of St. John’s MBBS 2016.

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Exam events

Important Dates

St. John’s MBBS 2016Applications Available from

March 02, 2016

Last date for Submitting St. John’s MBBS 2016Application Forms

April 30, 2016 

Issue of St. John’s MBBS 2016 Hall Ticket Online

May 09, 2016

St. John’s MBBS 2016Entrance Test 

May 22, 2016

Announcement of Interview List

June 20, 2016

Interviews & Practicals

July 04 to 30, 2016

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Result Date

August 03, 2016

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Admit Card: Examination authority will release the admit card of St. John’s MBBS 2016 on May 9. The admit card will be available for only those candidates whose application form has been accepted. Admit card can be downloaded from the official website by entering application number and password. Candidates are advised to verify all the entries in the admit card such as name and address, exam roll number, photograph, signature, allotted exam canter, slot, etc.  Without the admit card candidates will not allowed to take test. Candidates are advised to preserve the St. John’s MBBS 2016admit card till the completion of admission process

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Result: The result of St. John’s MBBS 2016 will be released on June 20, 2016. After the announcement of result, qualified candidates will have to appear in the next round, which will be personal interview, observation test and psychological test. The final selection will be done on the basis of score obtained by the candidates in St. John’s MBBS 2016 (Entrance exam), personal interview, observation test and psychological test.

 

St. John’s MBBS 2016 Counselling: The exam conducting authority, i.e. St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences will not conduct any counselling for providing admissions to 60 MBBS Seats in St. John’s Medical College. A merit list will be released consisting of name of the candidates who will be given admissions on the basis of their scores in entrance exam and other tests.

 

Contact Address:

St. John’s Medical College,

Sarjapur Road, Opp BDA Complex,

Kormangala, Bengaluru- 560034

Karnataka

 

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