Govind Kumar, 18 May 2015, #NEET

BCECE Medical 2015 entrance exam for stage 2 has been conducted successfully on May 17, 2015 at 34 centers in Patna. According to experts and students, the exam was ‘tough’ in terms of difficulty level as compared to last year.

Himansu Singh, who appeared for BCECE Medical 2015 stage 2 from Patna said that the exam was tough for him. “I attempted majority of the questions. The Physics section was tough compared to Chemistry and Biology” he said.

Sharing his insight into BCECE Medical 2015 exam paper 1, Pathshala Director C.Shekhar said “Overall BCECE Medical 2015 stage 2 exam paper was of moderate level. The question from Biology topic was easy as compared to Physics and Chemistry. Physics was the toughest among the three subjects. Many students found the questions from Physics to be tricky and complicated.”

According to officials, number of candidates to be selected for the BCECE Medical 2015 stage 2 exam is four times the number of available medical seats which is 812 (782 MBBS + 30 BDS)  in 9 Medical and 1 Dental colleges. The candidates to be selected for the qualifying round will be around 3,300.

There is only one set in BCECE Medical 2015 exam. Many students said that overall paper was moderate but questions from Physics were toughest.

Based on the official sources, around 80, 000 candidates had registered for BCECE 2015 entrance exam for medical and engineering programmes. BCECE Medical 2015 result of preliminary stage was declared on May 3, 2015. As per the information available, 8202 had qualified the BCECE Medical 2015 stage 2 under various categories.

The table given below shows category wise candidates qualified for the BCECE Medical 2015 stage 2:

Category

General

EBC

SC

ST

BC

RCG

SMQ

DQ

No. of Candiadtes

3966

1426

1252

75

966

253

25

239

The result of BCECE Medical 2015 stage 2 will be the basis for preparing the merit list of all the qualified candidates. As per the rank in BCECE Medical 2015 merit list candidates will be called for counselling and allotment of medical and dental seats will be done.

The cut off score of BCECE Medical 2015 is the qualifying parameter as prescribed by the examination authority Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB). The BCECE Medical 2015 cut off score will depend on factors such as availability of seats, number of applicants and difficulty level in the entrance examination. 

Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination 2015 is a state level examination conducted by the Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) as a qualifying examination for admissions to Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Science (BDS).

 

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