St. John’s MBBS 2016 Merit List – The merit list of St.John's MBBS 2016 has been declared on August 29, 2016. St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences will prepare St. John’s MBBS merit list 2016 based on NEET score for admission to 150 MBBS seats in affiliated Medical College. St. John’s MBBS 2016 exam has been replaced by NEET 2016 as per the Supreme Court order on May 9, 2016. Now, admission will be done on the basis of St. John’s MBBS 2016 merit list based NEET 2016 score.
Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their marks obtained in the NEET 2016 entrance exam. The examination authority will prepare the merit list candidates and based on the rank in merit list candidates will have to attend the interviews as per the schedule allotted for their rank. St. John’s MBBS 2016 Selection procedure will be held at St Johns medical college, Bangalore.
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Highlights of St. John’s MBBS Merit List 2016:
The merit list has been released on August 29, 2016
St. John’s MBBS 2016 merit list will consist of candidate’s name, merit rank and total marks obtained
Candidates who had not filled St. John’s MBBS 2016 application forms will not be considered for admission in MBBS programme
The allocation of MBBS seats will be done strictly on the basis of St. John’s MBBS 2016 merit list
St. John’s MBBS 2016 Counselling will be condcuted from September 6
During St. John’s MBBS 2016 selection procedure interviews will be conducted in two batches. Interview will assess the candidate’s aptitude, values, proficiency in English and, for community quota students, Catholic teachings. Final selection of the candidates in the designated categories will be based on inter se merit, that is, the cumulative score obtained in the entrance test (80%) and the interview (20%).
Distribution of MBBS seats in St. John’s 2016: The 150 MBBS Seats is distributed as follows:
St. John’s 2016 MBBS Seats
All India open merit
Institutional staff quota
Community quota (Roman Catholics)
108seats (Of these, 20 seats are reserved for religious sisters, and 30 seats are reserved for socially and economically backward classes)
Govt. of India (Nominee)
Out of total candidates selected at least 50% will be women, and 33% of Karnataka domicile
No seats are reserved for students of foreign nationality
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Earlier, AIIMS and JIPMER used to conduct their own entrance test which no longer will take place now.
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