CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 exam on May 21; application begins from Feb 18
CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 entrance exam will be conducted on May 21 for admissions to as many as 100 MBBS seats. Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore has announced the examination schedule of CMC Vellore MBBS 2016. According to official notification, stage 1 of CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 will be conducted on May 21 and Stage 2 on June 13 to 15.
CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 stage 1 exam will be a computer based test as per the syllabus prescribed by the examination authority. The online question booklet will have 60 questions each from Physics, Chemistry and Biology subject. Candidates who will qualify the stage 1 will be called for stage 2. As the per CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 exam pattern, CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 stage 2 will be a written test which will assess candidates general ability, speed, accuracy and general knowledge.
CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 Application Procedure has begun from February 18, 2016. CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 Application form can be filled online till March 24, however, the last date to submit supporting documents (wherever applicable) is April 1, 2016. The cost of application form will be Rs.1300 that can be paid through Demand Draft/Bank Challan/Credit Card/Debit Card.
As per the CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 eligibility criteria, only those candidates are eligible who have passed Higher Secondary examination from Tamil Nadu State Board or any other equivalent Board with 60% marks in total aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (or Botany and Zoology taken together). Candidates who will appear for Higher Secondary examination in 2016 can also apply for CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 entrance test but their admission will be subjected to fulfillment of eligibility criteria.
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CMC Vellore MBBS 2016 exam will be the basis for admissions to as many as 100 MBBS seats offered at Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore. Among the given seats 42 seats are reserved for female candidates
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