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CMC VELLORE - Exam

Summary

CMC Vellore (Christian Medical College) is a Christian minority, educational college established in the year of 1900. It offers admissions to students in various UG, PG courses, diploma and doctoral courses in medical field (MBBS, Nursing, B.Sc, M.Sc, etc). Till the year 2016, it organized a series of entrance tests for admissions in different courses. But, from the year 2016, the admission to MBBS course is being done on the basis of NEET Score followed by an aptitude test set by CMC. 
 
The CMC Vellore 2017 Result will be published through the official site of the authority. The result will also be posted on notice boards in the college and main hospital campuses. Candidates who have short listed for step 2 will be intimated through letter sent by email/post. The list of candidates who will be selected for Step-2 will be announced on 5th July 2017. Final result will be declared on 20th July 2017

Undergraduate Degree Courses (Group A):

  • MBBS
  • B.Sc Nursing
  • Allied Health Sciences Degree

Diploma, M.Sc, MPH & Fellowship Courses (Group B):

  • Nursing
  • Allied Health Science Diplomas
  • Post Graduate Diplomas,
  • MSc,
  • MPH (Master of Public Health)
  • Fellowships courses
 

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria will be different for all courses offered by this college. The eligibility criteria of MBBS course is mentioned below:

  • Candidates must  have a valid NEET score.
  • Candidates must have passed 12th or equivalent exam with PhysicsChemistryBiology and English subjects.
  • Candidates should score minimum 60% marks in each of Physics, Chemistry, Biology (for general candidates) and 40% marks (for SC/ST candidates).
  • Candidates age must be 17 years as on 31st Dec 2017.
  • Improvement marks in 12th will not be considered.
 

Syllabus

Syllabus for the year 2017

The syllabus of the test is from General Ability and Speed & Accuracy. The pattern of said exam is given below:

  • The exam will be conducted on CBT mode (Computer Based Test).
  • The question paper will be asked in English language.
  • The question paper will consist of objective type questions.
  • For degree courses the exam has been divided into two parts.
  • Section I will have 60 questions to be answered in 50 minutes and Section II (Speed and Accuracy) will have 60 questions to be answered in 20 minutes.
  • The total exam duration will be 1 hours + 10 minutes.
  • For diploma courses the question paper will contain 25 questions from PCB subjects and 15 questions from general ability.
 

Exam Centres

The examination is conducted in the following cities across India. Usually, candidates are allotted their first preference of center.

  • AIZAWAL
  • CHENNAI
  • ERNAKULAM
  • HOOGHLY
  • KANYAKUMARI
  • LUCKNOW
  • NAGERCOIL
  • PATHANAMTHITTA
  • SILCHAR
  • TIRUVANNAMALAI
  • ALAPUZHA
  • CUDDALORE
  • GHAZIABAD
  • HYDERABAD
  • KASARAGOD
  • MADURAI
  • NAGPUR
  • PUDUCHERRY
  • TEZPUR
  • VELLORE
  • BENGALURU
  • DELHI NCR
  • GREATER NOIDA
  • IDUKKI
  • KOLKATA
  • MALAPPURAM
  • NAMAKKAL
  • PUNE
  • THANE
  • VIJAYAWADA
  • BHUBANESWAR
  • DIBRUGARH
  • GURGAON
  • JORHAT
  • KOLLAM
  • MEERUT
  • NEW DELHI
  • SALEM
  • THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
  • CALICUT
  • DURGAPUR
  • GUWAHATI
  • KANNUR
  • KOTTAYAM
  • MUMBAI
  • PALAKKAD
  • SHILLONG
  • THRISSUR