MGIMS Wardha and WBJEEM 2015 exam dates clash
Bedasree Das, 16 Dec 2014, #NEET
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The undergraduate medical exams of both MGIMS and WBJEE 2015 have been announced to be conducted on the same date. In what should affect aspirants of both the exams, MGIMS Wardha PMT 2015 will be held on 19 April, 2015 which clashes with WBJEEM’ s second day of examination.

WBJEEM 2015 will be held in two days. The first day of the medical exam to be held on 18 April, 2015 will be taken for Biology and the second day i.e 19 April, 2015 will test the candidates in Mathematics and physics-chemistry.


The clash of exam dates mean that medical aspirants can appear for only one of the medical entrances among the two until either of the two bodies decide to change its date. If the date is not changed students will have to give up admission opportunity under one of the exams as there would be no point in appearing just for Biology for WBJEEM.

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WBJEE Medical 2015 is a state level undergraduate medical entrance exam conducted by West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) for admission to 85% MBBS and BDS Seats in Central and State government medical and dental colleges. It offers admission to 22 medical colleges of West Bengal.


MGIMS Wardha PMT 2015 is a National level medical entrance examination conducted by the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha, Maharashtra for admission to 100 MBBS and BDS seats.


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A similar issue of date clash has developed between both AIPMT 2015 and BVP CET MBBS 2015 exam as well as AMU and IPU CET 2015. While the conducting bodies of AIPMT and BVP CET have announced the entrance test on the same date i.e 3 May, 2015 that for AMU and IPC CET have been announced on 26 April, 2015.

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neet ka exam kis class ma deya jhata hai

VIPIN KUMAR 17th Oct, 2019
Dear Candidate,
It's compative exam to get admission in MBBS and BDS course .
You can give this exam with appearing in 12th and AFtr 12th .
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VIPIN KUMAR 17th Oct, 2019
Dear Candidate,
First off its necessary to understand which type of question paper comes in neet . Then you have to check your self in which area you are good.
Then take less stress study smart and study basic fundamentals or ncrt book of class 11th  and class 12th.
You can easily crack the exam . Be focused and study smart .
Good luck .

I am preparing for ncert enough for organic chemistry friends are saying 11th organic chemistry requires knowledge out of it should I prepare organic chemistry for neet

Ashish pal Student Expert 17th Oct, 2019

Hello dear aspirant.

It is generally advised to go through NCERT Books because most of the questions asked are from NCERT. If you complete NCERT Books then almost 85-90% questions will be asked from this book only so you will be having better chances of scoring.

But for complete detailed information and knowledge you can go through JD Lee organic chemistry.

Hope it helps.

Good luck


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Dear Sudipta, NTA hasn't released any official notification regarding NEET 2020 yet. However it has released an official schedule. From 2020. the admission to AIIMS and JIPMER also will be through NEET scores. So NEET will be conducted for approximately 1,10,000 MBBS seats in Medical Colleges across India.


  • Indian Nationals, NRIs, PIOs, OCIs, and Foreign Nationals
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