AIPGDEE 2016 exam conducted on December 13
Govind Kumar, 14 Dec 2015, #NEET MDS

AIPGDEE 2016 entrance exam was conducted on December 13 in computer based mode at designated centers in 35 cities of India. AIPGDEE is a national level exam conducted by All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for admission MDS course under 50% All India Dental quota seats in various medical colleges of India except Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Jammu & Kashmir. There is also State /Universities/Institutions participate and accept AIPGDEE 2016 score for admission to MDS seats under their control.

The online question booklet of AIPGDEE 2016 had 200 multiple choice questions from Pre-clinical, Para-clinical and Clinical phase subjects. As per the marking scheme, candidates scores 4 marks for each correct response and 1 mark to be deducted for each incorrect response.


The result of AIPGDEE 2016 will be declared on December 21, 2015. The result will be declared only for those candidates who will score qualifying marks in the entrance exam.  The merit list will be equal to the number of seats available for allotment in MDS courses under 50% All India Quotas. There shall also be a waiting list equal to 4 times of the merit list.


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i still didnt get the option of admit card in website !!


Hi Priyanka

Admit card for NEET MDS is supposed to be released today, i.e. 13 December 2019. Although it has not been released yet. You can expect it to be released shortly.

Once the admit card is released, candidates who have applied successfully for NEET MDS 2019 can download the admit card by visiting the official website of National Board of Examinations at .

The following step-by-step procedure must be followed to download the hall ticket of NEET MDS 2020.

  • Click on the link: To download the admit card, candidates must click on the link provided on this page.

  • Login: Enter the candidate ID and password to login.

  • Issuance of admit card: The link mentioning 'hall ticket' will be displayed on top of the screen.

  • Verify the details: Download and verify the details mentioned in it.

  • Printout: Take a printout of admit card to carry at the exam centre.

  • Affix a photograph: Once the admit card is downloaded, aspirants must affix a passport size photograph on the designated space.


where can i keep my mobile and wallet wen i come for exam? as we need them to book a vehicle and money for transport

Aditya kumar Student Expert 13th Dec, 2019
Hello there!

I suggest you not to go the examination centre alone ,you can take your parents, any relative or a friend with you so that you can give them your wallet, mobile etc before entering the examination centre and then you can take your mobile and wallet back from them .


How and where can I get NEET-MDS previous question papers with key?

Pachigolla Hemanth 12th Dec, 2019

Hello Abhilash Dara,

By practicing the previous paper ,you can learnt a lot and also you can particle more questions . You will also find all the concepts explained in great depth.

Once going to the this website you can download the paper:-

Hope this may helps you..


Paper dene Jate samay kin kin Baton Ka Dhyan Rakhna chahie

Sourandhi Saha Student Expert 8th Dec, 2019
Revision- most important thing to do before exam. You must go through all formulas and facts. Do not sit with new topics.
Don't forget to take the hall ticket and Government ID Proof with you. These are essentials. Keep a pen with you if allowed. Stop worrying about how will be paper. Stop over thinking. After reaching exam hall put your head on bench and meditate and calm yourself down. Solve the easy questions first, then go for the difficult ones.

what is.the no. of seats in neet mds......and how much marks i have to score to get a govt college

NAVNEET PANDEY 7th Dec, 2019

Hello neetu

There are total 6,228 seats available in NEET MDS which is 50% of need at least 250 marks and 50th percentile to secure a government college if you are a general category student,but if you are SC/ST/OBC candidate you need 210 marks  and 40th percentile to get a government college seat.

I hope it helps.

Best of luck

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