Punjab PMET 2015: Revised merit list released
Baba Farid University of Health Sciences released the revised merit list of Punjab PMET 2015 on September 02, 2015. The Punjab and Haryana High Court had earlier ruled out a retest of the exam and directed the university to revise the merit list following the nullification of 3 questions and a revision of 1 in view of errors.
The University has cancelled questions 19, 26 and 47 of Set A and their corresponding question numbers in the other sets, i.e. B, C, D. Candidates would get 12 marks each for the three questions that stand cancelled. However, for question number 71 in Set A and its corresponding numbers in the other sets, candidates who have answered option A or B have been given 4 marks while candidates who have answered options other than A or B have not been given any marks.
To check the revised Merit List of Punjab PMET 2015- Click Here
Punjab PMET 2015 was conducted on May 17, 2015 for admissions to 1090 MBBS and 1200 BDS seats in the state of Punjab. The test was held at a single centre in Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar to avoid instances of cheating.
However, on May 28 some students approached the High Court demanding a re-test of the exam for alleged mismanagement and errors in the question paper.
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