Health Minister Clarifies On Medical Entrance Exam

As a shocker to many aspiring medical students; CBSE & MCI has with drawn the decision of conducting the common medical entrance test or NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) next year. NEET UG was supposed to be held on May 13, 2012 and below is a excerpt from the information given by Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad today in Rajya Sabha.

“The States will conduct their own entrance examination and have the liberty to conduct it in their respective regional languages and, as such, there is no ban on use of regional languages as a medium for medical entrance examination”.

The much hyped NEET UG has been put-off till 2013 and their will be state level entrance exam for 85% of medical seats and national level AIPMT for 15% of medical seats.

Source: Press Information Bureau

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  1. ADMISSION NOTICE FOR MBBS/BDS/BAMS*/B.Pharm.
    COURSES-2012
    The Banaras Hindu University will hold All India
    COMPE
    TITIVE WRITTEN TEST for admission toMBBS course
    (8 4 seats) inTWO stages: PMT-2012 SCREENING and P
    MT-2012 MAIN, and forBDS (38 seats), BAMS* (50
    se
    ats) and B. Pharm. (33 seats) courses inONE stage: P
    MT-2012 Screening.
    PMT-2012 SCREENINGshall be held onWednesday, th
    e 16thMay 2012at Varanasi, Delhi, Kolkata, and
    Hyder
    abad Centres to screen candidates for eligibility to
    app
    ear inPMT-2012 MAINexamination for MBBS course w
    hich will be held onSunday,the17thJune
    2012atVara
    nasi Centre only.For BDS/BAMS*/B.Pharm. courses,
    c
    andidates will be selected on the basis of their mer it in the PMT-2012 SCREENING only.
    *Number of seats in BAMS course may increase
    subject
    to approval by the Central Council of Indian
    Medicine.
    ELIGIBILITY :QUALIFICATIONS – Passed Intermediate /
    10+2 or equivalent examination in English, Physics,
    Ch
    emistry and Biology (Zoology + Botany) taken
    togethe
    r; (i) For MBBS/BDS/BAMS – a minimum of 50% marks fo
    r General and 45% for General-PC candidates and
    40
    % marks for OBC#/SC/ST and respective PC
    candidates;
    (ii) For B.Pharm. – a minimum of 60% marks for Gener
    al / OBC and respective PC candidates and 55%
    marks f
    or SC/ST and respective PC candidates. Candidates
    app
    earing in qualifying examination may also apply. DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS:M.B.B.S.(84 seats):General –
    42; OBC#– 23; SC – 13 and ST – 6;BDS(38 seats):
    Gene
    ral – 19; OBC#– 10; SC – 6 and ST – 3;BAMS(50
    seats) :
    General – 25; OBC#– 13; SC – 8 and ST – 4;B.Pharm. (33
    seats): General – 17; OBC#– 9; SC – 5 and ST – 2.
    Three
    percent seats are reserved for Physically Challenged
    (P
    C) candidates on horizontal basis in the above courses
    .
    #Non-Creamy layer OBC only.
    AGE:Completed 17 years but not crossed 25 years
    as
    on 31st December, 2012 (Candidates born after 1st Ja
    nuary, 1996 and on or before 31st December,
    1987 n
    eed not apply).
    Sale of Application Form: 09.01.2012 to
    05.03.2012 * from the designated branches of Bank of Baroda
    as mentioned below:
    * Application Form can be obtained fromBank of
    Baro
    da,BHUBranch, S.S. Hospital, Varanasi upto 12.03.20
    12. Application Form can be obtained:
    (a)BY CASH:Rs. 1500/- for GEN/OBC and Rs. 1000/-
    fo
    r SC/ST candidatesfrom the following branches
    ofBan
    k of Baroda. (1) VARANASI– (i)BHU- S S Hospital Branch,(ii) Ram
    Kat
    ora Branch, (iii) Orderly Bazar Branch(2) DELHI– (i)
    Par
    liament Street Branch, (ii) Nehru Place Branch, (iii)
    Cho wk Shakti Nagar Branch(3) KOLKATA– College
    Street B
    ranch(4) LUCKNOW– Charbagh Branch(5)
    HYDERABA
    D– Main Branch, ABIDS Circle (6)JAIPUR– DCM
    Branch( 7) BHOPAL– TT Nagar Branch (8) PATNA– Sri
    Krishna
    puri(9) BANGALORE– Main Branch, 2, Prithvi
    Building,
    K.G. Road(10) PUNE– Darekar Heights, 32, Karve
    Road( 11) KOTA– Swagat Market, Rampura Bazar(12)
    BHUB
    ANESWAR– Main Branch (Bapuji Nagar).
    (b)BY POST: From the Office of the Director(PMT-Cell),
    Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu
    University, Varanasi-221 005 by sending a written request
    throu
    ghRegistered Postalong with Crossed Demand
    Draft/
    Bankers Cheque (MICR only) ofRs. 1600/- for
    General /OBC candidates and Rs. 1100 for SC/ST candidates
    of a Nationalized Bank, drawn in favour of“The
    Direct
    or, Institute of Medical Sciences,BHU” payable at Va
    ranasi.Application form will be sent by Speed /
    Registe red Post. However, Institute will not be responsible
    for
    any loss or postal delay. The request for application
    fo
    rm must include the name and address of the
    candidat e, and full particulars of the enclosed DD/BC (write
    can
    didate’s name and address on the back of DD). Two
    sel
    f-addressed, preferably typed, white paper slips of
    10 cm ´ 6 cm size must also accompany it. The
    requisition
    for PMT Application Form should be
    superscribed“Req
    uest for Application Form for PMT-2012,BHU”.Last d
    ate of requisition for PMT form by post is 27.02.201 2.Incomplete/non-cashable Draft (under amount/
    unsi
    gned/ without Bank Code No. & Seal) shall not be
    acce
    pted. NOTE: (a)M.O./I.P.O./Chequesshall NOT be acce
    pted under any circumstances.Application Forms fro
    m the Office of the Director (PMT-Cell), Institute of
    Medi
    cal Sciences,BHU, Varanasi-221005can be obtained
    b
    y POST only and not in personupto 27.02.2012. LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED APPLIC
    ATION FORM:Application form duly completed must
    b
    e sent throughRegistered Postso as to reach THE
    DIRE
    CTOR (PMT CELL), INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, BANA
    RAS HINDU UNIVERSITY, VARANASI-221 005 latest
    by
    15.03.2012. Application forms receivedafter the
    last
    dateshall not be accepted. Foreign Nationals are not r
    equired to appear in the PMT examination for
    MBBS/BD
    S/BAMS courses. They may seek admission through
    the
    Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India, New Delhi, a
    s per the rules laid down for the purpose and their
    no
    mination must reach by 15.07.2012.

  2. yeepppiiiiiieeee

    The first ever single window national entrance test
    for MBBS and postgraduate admissions in the
    country looks all set to be a reality next year after
    the Centre’s attempt to defer it by a year got shot
    down by Supreme Court on Friday.

    The Court found no reason to entertain requests put
    forth by Union Health Ministry and Medical Council of
    India (MCI) to defer the National Eligibility-cum-
    Entrance Test (NEET) for under-graduate and
    postgraduate courses (also common entrance test (CET
    for MBBS courses) to 2012-13 citing practical problems. Both the Centre and MCI were heard before the Court
    had passed an order giving the green signal for NEET. Seeing the Centre’s flip-flop, the bench of Justices HL
    Dattu and CK Prasad refused to be dragged into the
    controversy. It said, “We will not be a party to
    postponement of these regulations…You better start
    preparations to implement it from 2012-13. We will
    not allow you to postpone.” The Ministry’s application read as follows: “The
    conduct of Under Graduate National Eligibility-cum-
    Entrance Test (UG-NEET) is a Herculean task which
    requires great deal of preparation and for paucity of
    time it is practically impossible to resolve the issues
    raised by various State Governments and hold the UG- NEET in 2012.” The application cited the various objections raised by
    States, for instance, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa
    willing to join the national test from 2013-14, Andhra
    Pradesh seeking an exemption of two years, Kerala
    demanding its reservation policies to be kept intact,
    Assam disputing with criteria for minimum marks, West Bengal for inclusion of Bengali language as a
    medium for conduct of the said examination and
    Puducherry wanting exemption from the NEET. The bench dismissed the Centre’s demand and allowed
    MCI to withdraw its application. However, the option
    of rescinding the guidelines for NEET is still open as the
    Government could still by issuing a notification
    withdraw its decision to hold a common test to enable
    lakhs of medical aspirants to apply for medical seats across the country through a single window test
    instead of appearing for 26 exams. Through the NEET,
    admissions to 15 per cent all India quota and 85 per
    cent state quota seats in MBBS courses. Earlier, the difference of views within the Government
    on this issue was evident in the SC last week when
    opposed to Health Ministry application, the Central
    Bureau of Secondary Education (CBSE) filed an
    application seeking permission to conduct the test
    from next academic year.

  3. BEST OF LUCK FOR MBBS
    For
    ALL AIPMT SUPPORT
    Medical college waiting for you
    1.Anatomy
    2.Biochemistry
    3.Physiology
    4.Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
    5.Microbiology
    6.Pathology
    7.Pharmacology
    8.Anaesthesiology
    9.Community Medicine
    10.Dermatology & Venereology
    11.Medicine
    12.Obstetrics & Gynaecology 13.Ophthalmology
    14.Orthopaedics
    15.Otorhinolaryngology
    16.Paediatrics 17.Psychiatry
    18.Surgery
    19.Internship

  4. BEST OF LUCK FOR MBBS
    For
    ALL AIPMT SUPPORT

    1.Anatomy………………………………………………………………………….
    ……………………………….1
    2.Biochemistry ………………………………………………………………….
    ……………………………….12
    3.Physiology ……………………………………………………………………..
    ………………………………19
    4.Forensic Medicine & Toxicology……………………………………
    …………………………………28
    5.Microbiology…………………………………………………………………..
    ………………………………36
    6.Pathology ……………………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………49
    7.Pharmacology ……………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………..57
    8.Anaesthesiology ……………………………………………………………
    …………………………………61
    9.Community Medicine …………………………………………………….
    ………………………………..64
    10.Dermatology & Venereology ……………………………………..
    ……………………………………..86
    11.Medicine………………………………………………………………………..
    ……………………………….89
    12.Obstetrics & Gynaecology…………………………………………..
    …………………………………105
    13.Ophthalmology…………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………..112
    14.Orthopaedics………………………………………………………………..
    ……………………………….119
    15.Otorhinolaryngology ………………………………………………….
    …………………………………..124
    16.Paediatrics…………………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………128
    17.Psychiatry …………………………………………………………………….
    ………………………………142
    18.Surgery …………………………………………………………………………
    ……………………………..146
    19.Internship ……………………………………………………………………

  5. CONTENTS
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    1. Introduction 1
    2. Short Title 1
    3. Definitions 1
    4. Pattern of Examination 1
    5. Schedule of Examination 1
    6. Syllabus for Examination 1
    7. Centres for Examination 1-2
    8. Eligibility and Qualifications 2-3
    9. Mode of sale of Information Bulletin & Application F
    orm 3-4
    10. Instructions for completing and sending the Appli
    cation Form 4-6
    11. Instructions to be followed in the Examination Hal
    l 6-9
    11.1 General Instructions
    11.2 Instructions for both Preliminary & Final Examin
    ation
    12. Merit List 9-10
    13. Declaration of Results 10
    14. Weedingout rules 10
    15. Method to obtain different information using SMS
    10
    16. Instruction for Counselling 10
    Appendix I. Syllabus 11-19
    Appendix II. List of Cities ofAIPMTCentres for Prelimina
    ry Examination 19
    Appendix III. List of Cities ofAIPMTCentres for Final Exa
    mination 20
    Appendix IV. Format of Affidavit for Andhra Pradesh/J
    & K Students 20
    Appendix V . List of State Codes 21
    Appendix VI. List of School Education Boards and Cod
    es 21
    Appendix VII. List of Medical/Dental Colleges 22-24
    Appendix VIII. Specimen Copy of Answer Sheet 25-26
    Appendix IX List of Banks for sale of Information Bulle
    tins & Application form 27-30
    Other enclosures
    Application Form and Envelope for despatch of materi
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    1. INTRODUCTION
    In compliance with the directive of the Hon’ble Supre
    me Court
    of India, the Central Board of Secondary Education, D
    elhi,
    would be conducting the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-De
    ntal
    Entrance Examination, 2011. This entrance examinati
    on is being
    conducted exclusively for the 15% merit positions for
    the
    Medical/Dental Colleges of India as specified in the dir
    ective
    of the court and will be governed by the rules and re
    gulations
    specified for the same by the Government of India, Mi
    nistry of
    Health and Family Welfare from time to time. The resp
    onsibility
    of the CBSE is limited to the conduct of the entrance e
    xamination,
    declaration of result and providing of merit list to the
    DGHS as
    per instructions given by it. The counselling for succe
    ssful
    candidates is conducted by the DGHS. During counsell
    ing
    the eligibility criteria, various documents, etc. of the c
    andidate
    is verified and Medical/Dental College is allotted to the
    candidate
    according to the choice.
    2. SHORT TITLE
    These rules will be called as All India Pre-Medical/Pre-
    Dental Entrance Examination Rules.
    3. DEFINITIONS
    (i)“Government”means Government of India.
    (ii)“Ministry”means Ministry of Health & Family
    Welfare, New Delhi.
    (iii)“Dte. GHS”means Directorate General of Health
    Services, New Delhi.
    (iv)“Board”means Central Board of Secondary
    Education, Delhi
    (v)“Medical Examination &AIPMT”means All India
    Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Examination.
    (vi)“Qualifying Examination”means Examinations o
    n
    the result of which the candidate becomes eligible
    to apply for admission to the All India Pre-Medical/
    Pre-Dental Entrance Examination.
    (vii)“Rules”means the rules specified by the Central
    Board of Secondary Education for the conduct of
    this examination under the directive of the Hon’ble
    Supreme Court of India as well as Ministry of Health
    & Family Welfare.
    (viii)“Scheduled Castes”means Scheduled Castes as
    specified and laid down by the Government of India.
    (ix)“Scheduled Tribes”means Scheduled Tribes as
    specified and laid down by the Government of India.
    (x)“Other Backward Classes”means Other Backward
    Classes as specified and laid down by the
    Government of India.
    (xi)“Physically Handicapped”means Physically
    Handicapped person as specified and laid down by
    the Government of India.
    (xii)“Council”means Medical Council of India and
    Dental Council of India.
    (xiii)“Eligible Candidate”means a candidate who
    satisfies the requirement of eligibility as
    prescribed by M.C.I. and D.C.I.
    4. PATTERN OF AIPMT2011
    The entrance examination consists of :
    Preliminary Examination:
    The Preliminary Examination would consist of one
    paper containing 200 objective type questions (four
    options with single correct answer) from Physics,
    Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) to be
    answered on the specially designed machine-
    gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen only.
    The duration of paper would be 3 hours.
    Final Examination:
    (Only for those who qualify in the Preliminary
    Examination).
    The Final Examination would consist of one paper
    containing 120 objective type questions(four
    options with single correct answer) from Physics,
    Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) to
    be answered on the specially designed machine-
    gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen only.
    The duration of paper would be 3 hours.
    LANGUAGE OF THE QUESTION PAPERS
    Candidates can opt for Question Papers either inEngli
    sh
    or inHindi. This option should be exercised while filli
    ng
    in the Application Form.It cannot be changed later.
    5. SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATION
    PRELIMINARYEXAMINATION
    April 03, 2011(Sunday)
    10.00 AM to 1.00 PM
    FINAL EXAMINATION
    May 15, 2011(Sunday)
    10.00 AM to 1.00 PM
    The schedule will remain unaltered even if any of the
    above dates is declared a public holiday.
    6. SYLLABUS FOR THE EXAMINATION:
    The Syllabus is common to both Preliminary and Final
    Examination. Please seeAppendix-Ifor details.
    7. CENTRES FOR EXAMINATION
    (i) Lists of cities where the Preliminary & Final
    Examination will be conducted are given in
    Appendix II& IIIrespectively.
    (ii) The Candidate should selectthree convenient
    city codesfor Preliminary Examination from
    Appendix IIandtwo city codesfor Final
    Examination fromAppendix III.
    INFORMATION BULLETIN
    ALLINDIAPRE-MEDICAL/PRE-DENTALENTRANCE EXA
    MINATION-2011
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    (iii) Though every effort will be made to allot a centre
    in one of the places selected by the candidate, yet
    the Board reserves its discretion to allot a centre
    other than the candidate’s choice.
    (iv)Under no circumstances the centre once allotte
    d
    shall be changed by the Board.
    8. ELIGIBILITY AND QUALIFICATIONS
    (i) He/She has completed age of 17 years at the time
    of
    admission or will complete the age on or before 31st
    December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st
    year MBBS/BDS Course and is an INDIAN NATIONAL.
    (ii) The upper age limit for All India Pre-Medical /Pre-D
    ental
    Entrance Examination is 25 years as on 31st Decembe
    r of
    the year of the entrance examination. Further provide
    d
    that this upper age limit shall be relaxed by a period o
    f 5
    (five) years for the candidates of Scheduled Castes/
    Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward Classes.
    Candidate must born on or between –
    (a) 01.01.82 to 01.01.95 (SC/ST/OBC Category)
    (b) 01.01.87 to 01.01.95 (Other Category)
    (iii) Students from the States of Andhra Pradesh/J&K
    are not eligible, as both these States had opted out
    of All India Scheme since its inception. If they claim
    eligibility they must submit an affidavit, in original,
    in the Proforma on Rs 10/- Non-Judicial Stamp Paper
    duly sworn before and attested by a Metropolitan
    Magistrate/First Class Judicial Magistrate to the
    effect that:-
    a) They are not eligible to appear
    for MBBS/BDS seats in the States
    of Andhra Pradesh/J&K and hence
    not eligible to seek admission in Medical/
    Dental Colleges of Andhra Pradesh/J&K.
    and
    b) They are not domiciled in Andhra Pradesh/
    J&K.
    Note :Applications not accompanied with the
    required affidavits or accompanied with
    incomplete, unattested or photocopy of the
    affidavit shall be summarily rejected without
    any further reference in the matter. The
    affidavits submitted by such candidates will
    be verified and if found to be false, the
    admission of all such candidates shall be
    cancelled and criminal proceedings may be
    initiated against them.
    ForFormat of Affidavit please see Appendix IV.
    (iv)Qualifications and Qualifying examination Cod
    es:
    CODE : 01
    The Higher/Senior Secondary Examination or the Indi
    an
    School Certificate Examination which is equivalent to
    10+2
    Higher/Senior Secondary Examination after a period o
    f 12
    years study, the last two years of such study comprisi
    ng of
    Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology (which s
    hall
    include practical tests in these subjects) and Mathema
    tics
    or any other elective subject with English at a level no
    t less
    than the core course for English as prescribed by the
    National Council of Educational Research and Trainin
    g after
    introduction of the 10+2+3 educational structure as
    recommended by the National Committee on Educati
    on.
    NOTE: where the course content is not as prescribed f
    or
    10 +2 education structure of the National Committee,
    the candidates will have to undergo a period of one y
    ear
    pre – professional training before admission to the
    Medical Colleges.
    OR
    CODE : 02
    The Intermediate/Pre-degree Examination in Science
    of an
    Indian University/Board or other recognised examini
    ng body
    with Physics, Chemistry, Biology /Bio-technology (wh
    ich
    shall include practical test in these subjects) and Engli
    sh.
    OR
    CODE : 03
    The Pre-professional/Pre-medical Examination with P
    hysics,
    Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology & English after pa
    ssing
    either the Higher Secondary Examination or the Pre-U
    niversity
    or an equivalent examination. The Pre-professional/P
    re-medical
    examination shall include practical test in these subje
    cts.
    OR
    CODE : 04
    The first year of the three years’ degree course of a re
    cognised
    University with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-
    technology including practical tests in these subjects
    provided
    the examination is a University Examination and furth
    er that
    he/she has passed the earlier qualifying examination
    with
    Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and Engli
    sh.
    OR
    CODE : 05
    B.Sc. Examination of an Indian University provided th
    at
    he/she has passed the B.Sc. Examination with not less
    than two of the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology
    (Botany, Zoology)/Bio-technology and further that h
    e/
    she has passed the earlier qualifying examination wit
    h
    Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English
    OR
    CODE : 06
    Any other examination which in scope and standard
    (Last 02 years of 10+2 Study comprising of Physics,
    Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology ; Which shall
    include practical test in these subjects.) is found to be
    equivalent to the Intermediate Science Examination of
    an Indian University/Board, taking Physics, Chemistry
    and Biology/Bio-technology including practical tests
    in each of these subjects and English.
    CODE : 07
    A candidate who is taking up the qualifying exam
    ination
    prior to the competitive test, or whose result is aw
    aited,
    may also apply and take up the said test but he/she s
    hall
    not be eligible for admission to the MBBS or BDS, if
    he/she does not pass the qualifying examination wit
    h the
    required pass percentage of marks at the time of first
    round of allotment by personal appearance.
    Provided that to be eligible for competitive entrance
    examination, candidate must have passed any of the
    qualifying examinations as enumerated above. Provi
    ded
    also that to be eligible for competitive entrance exami
    nation
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    the candidate must have passed in the subjects of Ph
    ysics,
    Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and English
    individually and must have obtained a minimum of 5
    0%
    marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biolo
    gy/
    Bio-technology at the qualifying examination. In resp
    ect of
    the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Sched
    uled
    Tribes or Other Backward Classes the marks obtained
    in
    Physics, Chemistry and Biology /Bio-technology take
    n
    together in qualifying examination and competitive e
    ntrance
    examination (Physics,Chemistry and Biology) be 40%
    marks instead of 50% for General Candidates. Further
    , for
    persons with locomotory disability of lower limbs, the
    minimum of 45% marks for Gen-PH and 40% marks f
    or SC-
    PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH are required.
    Provided further that the students of Indian Nationali
    ty
    educated abroad seeking admission into medical coll
    eges in
    India must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Ch
    emistry,
    Biology/Bio-technology and English upto the 12th st
    andard
    level with 50% marks and their equivalency determin
    ed as
    per regulations of the Medical Council of India and th
    e
    concerned University. If a candidate does not fall with
    in the
    qualifications prescribed as per Code number 01-06
    he/she
    should furnish complete details to determine eligibilit
    y.
    (v) RESERVATION
    Reservation will be made as per following details in 1
    5%
    All India quota:
    (i) 15% seats are reserved for SC candidates,
    (ii) 7.5% seats are reserved for ST candidates,
    (iii) 27% seats are reserved for non-creamy layer OBC
    candidates in Central Educational Institutions only
    as per Hon’ble Supreme Court order dated 10.04.200
    8.
    Reservation would be applicable to the castes
    mentioned in the Central list of OBC. Thus, the
    candidates falling in this list may mention OBC in
    the Categary Column in application form.
    Candidates from creamy layer and do not come unde
    r
    Central List are advised to mention their category
    as General.
    (iv) 3%seats are reserved on horizantal basis for PH c
    andidates.
    The reservation will be made as per 2200 point reser
    vation
    roster.The mode of implementation of reservation wil
    l be
    available on DGHS website-www.mohfw.nic.in.
    NOTE:
    (a) The Pre-medical course may be conducted either
    at a Medical College or at a Science College.
    (b) After the 10+2 course is introduced the integrated
    courses be abolished.
    (c) Marks obtained in Mathematics are not to be
    considered for admission to M.B.B.S. Course.
    (d) No State eligibility criteria will be applicable to
    the students who take admission under 15% All
    India Quota Scheme.
    9. MODE OF SALE OF INFORMATION BULLETIN
    AND APPLICATION FORM
    (i) The Information Bulletin containing Application
    Form can be obtained against cash payment of
    Rs.800/- for General/OBC Category and Rs. 450/- for
    Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Category from any
    of 177 specified branches of Canara Bank situated in
    the different part of the country.The list of Banks is
    given in Appendix IX.Fee once remitted shall not be
    refunded under any circumstances.
    THE CANARA BANK WILL NOT SEND THE
    INFORMATION BULLETIN BYPOST, HENCE
    NO REQUEST SHOULD BE MADE TO THE BANK
    FOR SENDINGTHE BULLETIN BYPOST.
    (ii) The Information Bulletin and Application Form
    can also be obtained from the following offices of
    the CBSE:-
    (a) The Deputy Secretary
    (AIPMT)
    Central Board of Secondary
    Education, Shiksha Kendra,
    2, Community Centre,
    Preet Vihar, Delhi-110 301
    Tel. :011-22509256-59
    Fax :011-22509251
    (b) The Regional Officer,
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    for any consequences that may arise due to non-
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    and the same are not available with the Canara
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    should either apply online or get the same from
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    Examination Unit, CBSE, Shiksha Kendra, 2,
    Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi-110 301 by
    post in the manner as specified in 9. (ii) (a) or from
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  6. BEST OF LUCK FOR AIPMT 2012
    CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
    SHIKSHA KENDRA, 2, COMMUNITY CENTRE,
    PREET VIHAR, DELHI-110 301
    PRESS RELEASE
    As per communication received from Ministry of Healt
    h and Family
    Welfare, Government of India regarding seeking per
    mission from the Hon’ble
    Supreme Court to allow introduction of NEET for Unde
    r Graduate Medical
    Courses from the academic year 2013-14 instead of
    2012-13, the Central Board
    of Secondary Education would now conduct the All In
    dia Pre-Medical/
    Pre-Dental Entrance Examination only for the 15% all
    India quota seats as per
    following schedule:
    AIPMT Preliminary Examination – 1 st April, 2012 (Sun
    day)
    AIPMT Final Examination – 13 th May, 2012 (Sunday)
    The eligibility conditions, centre cities, syllabus, patter
    n, etc. will remain
    the similar to AIPMT 2011 Examination for which the i
    nformation is already
    available on websitewww.aipmt.nic.in.
    The schedule for the submission of application forms
    would be shortly
    communicated.
    Controller of Examinations

  7. Bas MBBS Doctor bnanaaa hai naaa….?
    to flatu ka tension kay KU..? are kay ku…?
    bole to full too bindass….!
    jo bhi hai wo rhaega..
    apan q tension leee….?
    khul k jiyo basss.
    or padai ko bhi book khol kar ke karo…
    best of luck for AIPMT & state PMT’s…
    🙂

  8. EK BAAR AISA LAGAA K DESH MEIN KUCH ACHCHAA HONEWAALA HAI, LEKIN WOH KEHTEIN HAINA. ‘HANS CHUGEGA DAANA TINKA AUR KAUWA MOTI KHAYEGAA’…
    Again cheaters make it, here idiots celebrate it.

    1. bhai upadhyay ji hans toh cbse nd state pmt,s hi mein dana chugta hai …. ek private hi toh sahara hai hmare aur apke liye bhi…app smajh sakte hain main kya smjhana cah rha hoon ….. kawuo ki toh hmesha se chandi rhi hai …. gvt mein…

      1. YES SHASHANK DEFINATELY, I DO AGREE WITH YOUR VIEWS REGARDING TRANSPARENCY CONCERNS OVER VARIOUS PMT’S OF OUR COUNTRY, lekin bhai govt. seats pe apna bhi haq to banta hai na…..

    2. Rightly said Udit, once again the CHEATERS will have the advantage, have to fill forms in bulk, unnecessary travelling and much more !!!
      Government of India is DUMB and Insensitive as they only concerned by the seats filled by Corruption and Bribe.
      and yes idiots celebrates over this !!!

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