St. John’s MBBS 2016 Counselling and Selection Procedure - St.John's Medical College, the counselling conducting authority, will conduct the first round of St.John's MBBS counselling 2016 on September 6 and 7, 2016 between 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM. Candidates who have participated in NEET 1 or 2 and have filled the application form of St.John's MBBS 2016 have been called for the counselling process. As per the Supreme Court's ruling of May 9,private and deemed medical universities will have to accept NEET 2016 scores for providing admissions to MBBS and BDS seats in their respective medical and dental colleges.
Candidates are advised to check their name in the St.John's MBBS 2016 merit list and confirm their presence by an email to [email protected]'s.in.The candidate and a parent should be present in person for St.John's MBBS 2016 Counselling. Candidates who wil fail to complete the admission formalities by 5 PM, September 7, 2016 will forfeit their seat will be alloted to next candidate.
Distribution of MBBS seats in St. John’s 2016: The 150 MBBS Seats will be distributed as follows:
MBBS seats in St. John’s
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
Documents required at the time of St. John’s MBBS 2016: The following certificates have to be in original and one set of photocopies
Government ID Proof
Qualifying exam marks sheet
Domicile (if from Karnataka)
Conduct & Character certificate from the Head of the Institution where the candidate underwent training for the qualifying examination.
Caste (if SC/ST/BC) of Karnataka/other States
If foreign Student:
(ii) Permission from Government of India
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From 2020-2021 session onwards, there shall be only one entrance exam for admission to MBBS course and that is NEET
Earlier, AIIMS and JIPMER used to conduct their own entrance test which no longer will take place now.
So, yes NEET will be the only entrance test conducted for admission to MBBS
Yes, you are eligible to write NEET from UP, even though you want to take admission in a college of Delhi. The admission is taken on the basis of your marks and rank, so it does not matter from which state you have given the exam. But you won't get the benefit of state quota.
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