UPCMET 2016 Application begin from October 20
The application form of UPCMET 2016 for admission to as many as 1650 MBBS in 14 participating medical institutions has begun from October 20, 2015. Candidates who wish to pursue MBBS course from any of the 14 participating colleges have to fill the application form on or before May 11, 2016.
The application form of UPCMET 2016 can be filled either online or offline. The online application form can be filled from the link given below and examination fee of Rs.1000 can be remitted through credit/debit or net banking.
Candidates can either download the application form from the official website or obtained UPCMET 2016 application from any of the participating institutions on payment of requisite fee of Rs. 1050 through demand draft in favour of “UPUMCWA” payable at Bareilly. The downloaded application form must reach to examination authority on or before May 11, 2016 with all relevant documents and requisite fee in form of demand draft of Rs. 1000 in favour of “UPUMCWA” payable at Bareilly (U.P.) to the “Coordinator – UPCMET 2016, First Floor, Anand Ashram Complex, Rampur Garden, Bareilly – 243 001”.
UPCMET 2016 is state level undergraduate medical entrance exam conducted by Uttar Pradesh Unaided Medical Colleges Welfare Association. The entrance exam is schedule to be held on May 30, 2016 at 17 designated centres. As per the UPCMET 2016 exam pattern, the exam will be conducted in pen and paper based mode. The question booklet will have will 250 questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany and English. The paper I of UPCMET will have 50 questions from each of Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany subjects while paper II will have 50 questions from English language.
The result of UPCMET 2016 will be declared in second week of June. The result of only those candidates will be declared who will score the qualifying marks in the entrance exam. The minimum cut-off pass percentage of marks in Paper-I and II will be 50% for unreserved and 40% for SC/ST/OBC.
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