AMU not to cancel AMU Medical entrance exam, result declared on July 08
AMU MBBS 2015 Result has been declared on July 08, 2015 as the Aligrah Muslim University has decided not to cancel the MBBS and BDS entrance exam conducted on April 26, 2015 across the country, including the Kozikhode centre. The decision was taken by the Judicial Inquiry Committee constituted by the University, which found no discrepancies in the conduct of the AMU Medical 2015 entrance exam.
The result of AMU MBBS 2015 has been declared in three different categories, namely Select list, Chance Memo (waiting) list and Physically Challenged list.
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The Counselling of AMU Medical 2015 is scheduled to be conducted on July 22, 2015 for the selected candidates as per the select list and Physically Handicapped list, whereas candidates selected as per the chance memo list have to undergo the Counselling session on July 23, 2015.
The University had earlier decided to cancel the medical entrance exam in the wake of reported selection of large number of candidates from the only center in South India, Kozikhode.
According to AMU, the detailed inquiry report had highlighted that there was no discrepancy in the conduct of the AMU Medical 2015 entrance examination and the large number of successful candidates from the Kozikhode centre had secured high percentage in their Senior Secondary Examination and most of them had also been in qualified KEAM (Kerala Engineering and Medical) Examination.
First published on July 8, 2015
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