Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016
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Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016: Uttarakhand Common Pre- Medical Entrance Exam, commonly known as Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on May 27, 2016 by Association of Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 is conducted to offer admissions to as many as 150 MBBS seats and 200 BDS seats in the participating colleges of the association. Candidates who wish to apply for Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 can check below for the eligibility criteria, procedure to fill up the application form, important dates etc.

Exam Name: Uttarakhand Common Pre- Medical Entrance Exam


Commonly Known as: Uttarakhand CPMEE

Exam Category:National level


Exam Level: Undergraduate


Conducting Body: Association of Private Unaided Medical and Dental Colleges of Uttarakhand


Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 Eligibility Criteria: Important highlights of Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 are mentioned below:

  • Candidates must have completed 17 years of age at the time of admissions

  • Candidates must have qualified 10+2 examination in Physics, Chemistry, English and Biology from any recognized university of India

  • Candidates belonging to any state can appear in Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 ( domicile of the Uttarakhand is not required)

  • Candidates belonging to General category and SC/ST/OBC categories must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks and 40% marks respectively in 10+2 or equivalent examination

  • Candidates who are awaiting for their result can also appear in the entrance examination

Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 Application Form: The application forms of Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 are now available. Candidates can fill the application form in both the modes, i.e. online and offline.. The application fee amount of Rs.2100 can be paid through Credit Card/Debit Card/NEFT Challan/Demand Draft/Cash. The last date to submit application forms duly filled in all respect is May 15, 2016.

Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 Exam Pattern: Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 entrance exam will be conducted in a pen and paper based mode. The exam will be based on the syllabus of 10+2 or equivalent examination. There will be a total of 200 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology. There will not be any system of negative Marking.

Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 Important Dates: The academic schedule of Uttarakhand CPMEE2016 has been announced by the exam conducting authority, Association of Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Uttarakhand. Candidates who wish to apply for the entrance test can check below for the important dates:


Important Dates

Last date of submission of application form

May 15, 2016

Admit Card

On or before May 21, 2016

Date of entrance exam

May 27, 2016 (10:00 am to 12:30 pm)

Declaration of Result

First week of June, 2016

Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 Admit Card: The admit card of Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 will be available to download on or before May 21, 2016. Admit cards will also be send by post to candidate’s mentioned address in the application form. Candidates are required to bring their admit cards to the examination hall with an Original Photo ID, one photocopy of the original ID proof and one photograph.


Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 Result: The result of Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 will be declared in the first week of June, 2016. The result will only be declared for qualified candidates. Candidates belonging to general category must have secured a minimum of 50% marks and candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories must have obtained 40% marks in Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 in order to consider them for counselling and seat allotment process.


Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016 Counselling: Based on the result of Uttarakhand CPMEE 2016, a merit list will be prepared and candidates will be called for counselling process on the basis of their ranks. Qualified candidates will have to report in person at the counselling venue at the date and time stated in the counselling schedule.


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