MGIMS PMT 2016 Application to start on Dec 21; Exam on April 17
MGIMS PMT 2016 exam is scheduled to be conducted on April 17. According to official notification released by examination authority Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (MGIMS), MGIMS PMT 2016 will be basis for admission to 100 MBBS seats offered at constituent medical college.
The application procedure of MGIMS PMT 2016 will begin from December 21, 2015 and last date for applying is March 4, 2016. Candidates who wish to pursue MBBS from Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences are advised to fill the application form within the given dates.
The application form MGIMS PMT 2016 can be obtained from the admission counter on cash payment of Rs. 5000 (including exam fee) from counter of Dean’s office. Candidates can also be obtained the application form cum admission brochure to their corresponding address by remitting a sum of Rs 5000 at any branch of State Bank of India by Challan and sending the same to examination authority.
As per MGIMS 2016 eligibility criteria, candidates who will attain a minimum of 17 years of age on or before December 31, 2016 can fill the application form. Along with this general category candidates must have passed or will be passing class 10+2 or equivalent exam with 50% marks while the qualifying marks for SC/ ST/ VJ/ NT/ OBC category candidates is 40%.
MGIMS PMT 2016 will be conducted on April 17, 2016 at Nagpur, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Kolkata. As per the MGIMS 2016 exam pattern, the question booklet will have two papers. The paper 1 will have objective types multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology while paper 2 will have essay type questions based on Gandhian thoughts.
The result of MGIMS PMT 2016 will be declared in the month May. The result will be declared for only those candidates who will score qualifying marks in the entrance. As per the qualifying criteria, the passing mark for general category candidates is 50% and 40% for reserved category candidates.
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