The admission criteria laid down in advance cited that candidates scoring a minimum of 50 per cent marks (40 per cent for scheduled caste) in the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) can apply to the various medical colleges in the state. Thereby, 1318 candidates qualified and there were around 50 candidates in the scheduled caste and other categories. Aspirants with AIPMT state rank of 799 were also able to seek admission.
The local MBBS aspirants of Punjab can now hope to find more seats in the medical courses as only two Non Resident Indian (NRI) students were able to clear the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT), 2014.
MBBS / BDS Admissions in Punjab The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday cleared its stand on the move by the Punjab Govt to change its admission
As per the usual AFMC norms, the college follows a merit based screening process and calls around 1,500 odd students for the interview and psychological test. Up till recently, the college had been conducting its very own entrance test for admissions to both undergraduate and postgraduate courses but had to fall back on AIPMT this year.
Panjab Private Medical Colleges to conduct own MBBS entrance examination for admission to UG Courses. Pvt. Medical Colleges in Panjab will conduct separate mbbs entrance test
AIIMS MBBS entrance exam 2014 application starts. The MBBS Entrance test to be held for admission to AIIMS New Delhi and six other AIIMS on June 1, 2014
10,000 additional MBBS seats in Government Medical colleges in Offering.In the awake of shortage of doctors throughout the country, the central government on Thursday waved the green flag at a proposal to create 10,000 additional MBBS seats.
If the state government fails to respond quickly to the guidelines of MCI by improving the infrastructure of its medical colleges, Andhra Pradesh may soon lose as many as 400 MBBS seats.
The central government has announced that it is approving 58 more medical colleges, thus adding a total of 5,800 additional MBBS seats to the 50,000 already available across the country.
Appeals against Punjab and Haryana HC order on MBBS admissions withdrawn. A division bench comprising Chief Justice and Justice refused to grant relief