BFUHS Nursing Entrance Exam 2017, PPMET 2017 is conducted by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, Punjab. Punjab Para Medical Entrance Test (PPMET) 2017 for admission into B.Sc Nursing course for the academic year 2017-2018. Candidates can check the complete information of Punjab Para Medical Entrance Test (PPMET) 2017 for Nursing Application Process, Eligibility criteria and other information through this page below.
The PPMET shall be conducted by the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot by setting up of adequate number of centers, at such places and date and time as the University may deem fit. Selection of the candidates to any institution shall be made on merit and in transparent manner as per Punjab Government Notification/s.
Schedule for the PPMET 2017 is given below.
|Last date for online submission of application form|
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|Date of Provisional Result Declaration||09 Jul 2017|
Physical Counselling of B.Sc Nursing,Post Basic B.Sc Nursing,MSc Nursing for UCON Faridkot,SINPMS Badal,ION Goindwal Sahib,CON Jalalabad:
Counselling on Vacant Seats
Afresh application are invited in prescribed proforma available on University website for
vacant seats after the conduct of 2nd round of Physical counseling to B.Sc. courses (Bachelor of Optometry, Medical Radiography & Imaging Technology, Dialysis Technician, Orthopedi Assistant & Plaster Techniques, Operation Theatre Technology, Anesthesia Technology, Emergency Responder, Intensive Care Unit, Radiotherapy Technology and Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology) are invited up to 10 Nov 2017.
The 3rd round of physical counseling will be held on 15/11/2017 (9:00 am) at
Auditorium, Guru Gobind Singh Medical College, Faridkot.
The selected candidates shall submit the fee in the shape of Demand Draft in favour
of “Registrar, BFUHS, payable at Faridkot on the spot at the counseling venue to confirm the admission.
PPMET 2017 Result has been published by the officials on 09 Jul 2017. Candidates can access / download their Result card from the University website i.e, www.bfuhs.ac.in from any internet source by following the instructions given below.
- Click Here to check the Result
PPMET 2017 Admit Card
The University has provide the facility of downloading Admit Cards of PPMET – 2017, along with a certificate which would be dully signed and attested from either Principal of last attended School/Executive Magistrate. Candidates are required to download the admit cards from the website and follow the instructions given therein. Candidate may please note that admit cards has not been sent by post. The direct link to download the Admit Card has also been available here.
- Process Over….!!
The admit cards will be available on University website on specified date. Candidate must not mutilate the Admit Card or change any entry made therein. Candidates are advised to preserve their Admit Cards in good condition till admission in Nursing Colleges is over.
Note: Admit card has been issued only to those candidates whose admission fee has been received. In case any candidate has deposited fee and his/her admit card is not downloaded then he/she has to contact to the University personally prior to three days of the PPMET alongwith University copy of Bank Challan Form.
PPMET 2017 Application Form
Before applying, candidate should carefully read PROSPECTUS for eligibility conditions and other important instructions. For admission into B.Sc Nursing candidates have to fill the online application from the official website bfuhs.ac.in on or before the last date of application. Candidates are advised must ensure their eligibility and other conditions before filling the online application.
- Apply Online – Process over….!!
- Rs. 3000/- for General Category
- RS. 1500/- for SC categories only
Application is to be deposited in any branch of the Oriental Bank of Commerce throughout India by using Bank challan form which is generated after applying online through University web site i.e. www.bfuhs.ac.in by due date and time.
Fee once deposited in University account will not be refunded / adjusted.
Steps to Fill the Online Application
Step 1 – Fill Registration Form
Please fill registration form carefully and after successfull registration of application form, you will receive a Registration No. and Password on your mobile and Email. Please deposit Fee for SC category is 1500/- and 3000/-for General and other categories through Bank Challan generated after Registration.
Step 2 – Upload Photo,Signature,Left Thumb impression
Please Upload your 25kb size passport size of Photograph. Photo must be latest and indentical .
Name of the Candidate must be printed at bottom of Uploaded Photo alongwith Date.
Step 3 – Lock Application
Please Lock your application only if you sure that all the information entered by you is correct. Because you can’t edit your application form information after locking it.So, make sure all these things before locking the application form.
Step 4 – Print Application
You can take print out of your application only if your application form is locked. So, first lock your application then take print out. Please don’t send this printout to University.
Candidate should have passed qualifying examination as under:
- The higher secondary examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination which is equivalent to 10+2 Higher Secondary Examination after a period of 12 years study, the last two years of study comprising of Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum 45% (40% for SC/ST/BC) marks in PCB after the introduction of the 10+2+3 years education structure as recommended by the National Committee of Education. English is a compulsory subject in 10+2 for being eligible; OR
- Any other examination which, in scope and standard is found to be equivalent to the Intermediate Science examination of an Indian University/Board, taking Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Biotechnology including a practical test in each of these subjects with minimum 45% (40% for SC/ST/BC) marks in PCB. English is a compulsory subject in 10+2 for being eligible.
Result not declared – A candidate who has appeared for qualifying examination in the annual batch, but whose result has not been declared may be provisionally permitted to appear in PPMET. The candidate of the corresponding year will be required to produce the evidence of the result having been declared and he/she having passed the examination fulfilling the eligibility conditions by the time of first counseling.
Age Limit: Candidate must have completed the age of 17 years, on or before 31st December of the corresponding year.
Candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam from the recognized institution situated in the State of Punjab, only except for the exemptions wherever applicable. The candidate would be required to submit a certificate to this effect from the Principal/Head of the Institute last attended in the prescribed Proforma. Candidate who passed his/her 10+2 examinations or other equivalent examination from a recognized School/Institution situated in Chandigarh (Union Territory) shall also be eligible provided these candidates are Punjab bonafide residents.
In case candidate has also taken up Mathematics along with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English then the marks obtained in Mathematics shall not be considered for admission to B.Sc Nursing Courses.
The candidate should be bonafide resident of Punjab. The Resident status of the Punjab State, will be taken in terms of Punjab Government, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (PP II Branch) letter No. 1/3/95-3 PP II/9619, dated 6th June, 1996, ID No. 1/2/96-3PP-2/8976, dated 7th July, 1998 and ID No. letter No.1/3/95-3PP II/81, dated 1st January 1999 and further instructions issued by the Department, if any, from time to time, and the same, shall be adhered to in letter and spirits in PPMET.
Candidate should have passed in the subjects of PCB and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 45% marks (for SC/ST 40%) taken together in PCB at the qualifying examination i.e. (10+2). (The eligibility is as per INC letter No. 1-6/2015-INC dated 21.09.2015.
50% of the total seats in private institutions shall constitute the Management Quota including 15% of the total seats for Foreign Indian Students (NRI candidates).
For Government / University College:
The reservation in the State quota seats in Government Institutions in various categories for admission to the under Graduate Para Medical Courses will be as under:
- Schedule Caste – 25%
- Backward Classes – 10%
- Backward Area/ Border Area (1% each) – 2%
- Physically handicapped – 3%
- Sports Persons – 1%
- Wards of terrorist/riot affected persons – 1%
- Wards of Defence Personnel – 1%
- Wards of Punjab Police Personnel, Punjab Armed Police, Punjab Home Guards, and Para-Military Forces – 1%
- Children/ Grand Children of freedom fighters – 1%
For Private Institutes:
The institutions who are allowed to admit only girls will obey the Government orders. The reservation in private institutes (in Government/Management quota seats) will be as under:-
- Scheduled Caste – 25%
- Backward Classes – 10%
- Physically handicapped – 3%
- Migrants from Jammu and Kashmir due to terrorist violence – 1%
Scheme of Test
The Test shall have one paper consisting of questions in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology). The duration of test will be three hours. which includes the time consumed in signatures, thumb impressions, photography and other security measures.
There will be 200 Multiple Choice Questions (50 each of Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology). Each question will carry four marks, thus total marks will be 800.
The questions will be in English. The candidate will be required to find out the correct answer and mark it on the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) Response Sheet by darkening the corresponding oval against the serial number of the question with BLACK FINE TIP BALL PEN ONLY provided by the university at the time of test.
Centres for the conduct of PPMET-2017:
The test will be conducted at various centres in the cities. The exact name of the Cities, Institutions, Schools or Colleges will be informed by the University to the candidates.
There will be no negative marking for wrong answers. However, for security reasons fifth oval has been introduced. In all un-attempted questions fifth oval must be darkened otherwise if all ovals are left blank then that question shall carry one negative mark. Hence it is in the interest of the candidate not leave all ovals blank in any question and one oval has to be shaded out of the five.
For more detail of PPMET 2017 – Download Information Brochure.