MGM PGCET 2016 exam on December 12; apply before December 5
Mahatma Gandhi Mission Institute of Health Sciences (MGMIHS) will be conducting MGM PGCET 2016 exam on December 12, 2015 at Navi Mumbai, Aurangabad & Noida centres for admission to Master of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Diploma programmes offered at Constituent Colleges at Navi Mumbai & Aurangabad of MGM Institute of Health Sciences, Navi Mumbai.
The application procedure of MGM PGCET 2016 has begun from November 10 and the last date for applying is December 5, 2015. Candidates are advised to fill the application form on or before the last date after carefully reading the application procedure and eligibility. The examination fee for MGM PGCET 2016 is Rs. 5500 which can be remitted through bank challan.
As per the MGM PGCET 2016 eligibility, only those candidates can apply for the exam who have obtained or will be obtaining their MBBS permanent registration certificate from Medical Council of India (MCI) or any of the State Medical Council after completing one year compulsory rotator internship on or before March 31, 2016.
The MGM PGCET 2016 will be a pen and paper based test as per syllabus prescribed the examination authority. The question booklet will have 300 multiple choice questions which have to be answered in 3 hours. Each correct response will be awarded 1 mark and there will be no negative marking for any wrong answers.
The result of MGM PGCET 2016 will be declared on or before January 16. The result will be declared for only those candidates who will score qualifying marks in the entrance exam. Based on the marks scored, examination authority will prepare a merit list of all the qualified candidates and accordingly they will be called for counselling for allotment of MD/MS/Diploma seats.
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