MH CET Medical 2015 to be based on state syllabus
Govind Kumar, 11 Mar 2015, #NEET
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The education board of Maharashtra, DMER has announced that Common Entrance Test for Medical programmesin 2015 would be based on the syllabus of Maharashtra state board. According to officials, starting this year the question booklet of MH CET Medical 2015 exam will include questions based on the syllabus of the state board.


DMER had been following the syllabus of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for the last two years.


As per officials, MH CET 2015 medical exam will have a single question paper containing 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ) as prescribed by the state board. Each question will have 4 options from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (which includes Botany & Zoology). The duration of the entrance exam will be of 3 hours and each question will carry 1 mark.


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The entrance exam will have a total score of 200 marks. The question booklet of MH CET Medical 2015 exam will be in English, Marathi & Urdu languages and students will get question papers as per their opted choice in the application form.


The application form for MH CET Medical 2015 has been available from March 5, 2015. The last date of applying for MH CET Medical 2015 is March 24, 2015. According to officials, interested candidates can apply for MH CET Medical 2015 in the online mode and fee can be remitted through bank challan/electronic payment gateway/demand draft.


MH CET Medical 2015 will be conducted on May 7, 2015 for admission to as many as 3,010 MBBS and BDS seats in 30 Government/Municipal Corporation, Government aided Health Science institutions and Private Medical Health Science Colleges/ Institutions. According to official information, of the 30 medical colleges, 18 belong to the state government while the rest are private medical institutions.


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