ASSO CET 2015 Result declared on May 31
ASSO CET 2015 Result has been declared on May 31, 2015 by the exam conducting body; Association of Management of Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges, Maharashtra (AMUPMDC). According to the officials, ASSO CET 2015 Result has been declared for all those candidates who had appeared in ASSO CET 2015 entrance exam.
Candidates can check their ASSO CET 2015 Result by entering their ASSO CET 2015 Application Number and ASSO CET 2015 Hall ticket number. According to officials, for MBBS and BDS course minimum 50% marks are required in ASSO CET 2015 for open category candidates’ and 40% marks are required for reserve category candidates’ to qualify the entrance exam. Based on the ASSO CET 2015 Result, examination authority will prepare a merit list as per which MBBS and BDS seats will be allotted to participating medical and dental colleges of ASSO CET.
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Candidates can send Application for Verification of ASSOCET 2015 Result, tentatively, before June 7, 2015. The final merit list of ASSOCET 2015 for both MBBS and BDS programme is scheduled to be declared on or before June 15, 2015. After the declaration of ASSO CET 2015 Final Merit list, candidates are required to fill the Online Application Preference form from June 15 to June 20, 2015.
ASSO CET 2015 has been concluded successfully on May 17, 2015 at various allotted centres. ASSO CET 2015 is a national level examination conducted by the Association of Management of Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges, Maharashtra (AMUPMDC), and is the pre requisite exam for admissions to MBBS and Dental programme in participating medical and dental colleges. There are 600 MBBS in 5 private medical colleges and 1700 seats in 19 dental colleges of Maharashtra.
First Published on May 31, 2015
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