The National Board of Examinations, New Delhi has issued notification regarding the declaration of All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination (AIPGMEE 2016) results. As per the revised date for the declaration of results, the AIPGMEE 2016 results will be declared on 10th February, 2016.
The decision to conduct Punjab’s own PG Medical entrance has been taken on the basis of the feedback from principals of state medical colleges,” said Husan Lal, secretary, medical education. The meeting was chaired by secretary medical education and attended by principals of medical colleges of the state and vice-chancellor of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot.
AIPGMEE Mock test can be taken during the window of 26 September to 25 November 2014. The registration window is from 9 September to 18 November 2014. AIPGMEE Mock Test is administered over 210 minutes in computer-based format. The AIPGMEE Mock Test includes 300 multiple-choice (MC) questions that cover the same subject areas as the official AIPGMEE.
The health minister confirmed that although he is in favor of an entrance test, but the new system can be introduced only from the academic session 2015-16 as the admissions for the current year are already under way.
The Karnataka Post Graduate Entrance Test (PGET) will see a makeover in the coming 2014-15 admission session. Instead of RGUHS, the exam will be administered by the NBE,
AIPGDEE to be mandatory for PG Dental Admissions. Office of the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations has announced that AIPGMEE is going to be mandatory for all seats government colleges and 50 per cent seats in self-financing institutes.
PGI Chandigarh to introduce Fool Proof security for MD MS Entrance Exams. No more cheating in Entrance Exams as impersonators may not be able to fool the 3 tier biometric system.In the last exam, almost eight months ago that the institute had hit the news after two of its junior resident doctors got admission fraudulently after someone else impersonated for them in the entrance exam.
Supreme Court directs Central Govt. to hold a Single Common Entrance Test (CET) for all Medical Courses. The Supreme Court today directed the Central Government to hold a single eligibility- cum-entrance examination for MBBS and post-graduate medical courses in the country from this academic session.