The Central Board of Secondary Education will prepare the list of successful candidates of AIPMT - 2015 on the basis of the eligibility criteria provided by the Medical Council of India as given in Graduate Medical Education Regulations-1997 issued under All India Medical Council Act-1956. The eligibility criteria is as follows: a candidate must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology at the.
qualifying examination as mentioned in clause (2) of regulation 4 and in addition must have come in the merit list prepared as a result of such competitive Entrance Test by securing not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology taken together in the competitive examination. http://aipmt.nic.in/aipmt/Welcome.aspx
In respect of the candidates belonging to the SC, ST and OBC category the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology taken in qualifying examination and competitive examination (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-Technology) 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 for SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH are required. Provided that a candidate who has appeared in the qualifying examination the result of which has not been declared, he may be provisionally permitted to take up the competitive Entrance Test and in case of selection for admission to the MBBS course, he shall not be admitted to that course until he fulfils the eligibility criteria under Regulation(4). A list of the successful candidates in order of merit based on the score obtained in the examination will be prepared by the Board and forwarded to the counselling authorities for the purpose of allotment of seats.
Around 25,000 students from all over Tamil Nadu appeared for the all India pre-medical examination conducted by the Government of India on Sunday. Chennai is the only place in the state to have conducted the test in 41 centres. While the students from CBSE board found the test easy since it was based on the pattern they were used to, students from the state board found it difficult.
V.S. Akshay from Matriculation Kids Club school in Tirupur, near Coimbatore, said he found that Physics paper was easier than the rest of the papers. “I feel I will clear the test. I prepared for the last one month. I hope my dream of becoming a doctor will be fulfilled,” he said. His mother, Rajni Sundaraj, said, “In Tirupur, there are no coaching classes available for this test. He was completely dependent on the Internet and books.”
According to the regional director of CBSE board, Sudarshan Rao, the test mainly focused on three papers physics, chemistry and biology along with general knowledge and maths.
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