JKCET Medical 2016 will be conducted on May 21 and 22 at various designated centres across the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The exam conducting authority, i.e. Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (JK BOPEE) has released the 2016 exam notification. As per the notification, JKCET Medical 2016 will be conducted on the two consecutive dates for Papers- A (Physics and Chemistry) and B (Biology).The Paper A will comprise topics from Physics and Chemistry subjects will be held on May 21, whereas Paper B of Biology subject will be held on the next day, i.e. May 22. Paper A will be conducted for a maximum of 2 hours and Paper B for 1 hour duration.
The application procedure of JKCET Medical 2016 will tentatively begin in the month of February in an online mode. The detailed application procedure will be available after the release of admission brochure of 2016 academic session.
As per the eligibility criteria of JKCET Medical 2016, only those candidates will be eligible to apply, who have passed 10+2 or an equivalent examination from a recognized statutory Board/University with 50% marks in aggregate in case of open merit category, and 40% in aggregate for reserved categories.
Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test, also known as JKCET Medical 2016 is a state level entrance conducted by Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE). A total 50% of seats are under Open Merit or general category, other 50% is distributed among the reserved category candidates.
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First NTA will release an official schedule and then release the online application forms. After the completion of the exam and once the results have been declared, the respective States will release the State merit list and the counselling dates. Private Colleges will release their Cut offs so interested candidates can apply. Now at this juncture, it is too early for any State or College to release its registration process. Usually Colleges like CMC start the registration process from January/ February.
Reza, based on your Category, you should secure a minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST. So, if you have secured this aggregate, you are eligible for NEET though you cleared in in supplementary exams.
Mishu, for being eligible for NEET, your aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology are considered and not your 12th aggregate. Though secured 55% in your 12th, because the aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology is 45% and also because you belong to General Category, you are not eligible for appearing for NEET. 50% is the required aggregate for General Category students in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. You have to appear for improvement exams and improve your aggregate if you want to appear for NEET.
Hope you are doing well.
If you want to take admission in any medical college in Delhi and if you are a General category student, then you have to score approx 620+ marks to get safe seat.
Hope this will help you.
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