CMC Vellore Admission 2017 (Group A and B) – CMC Vellore has released notification for admission to the Group A (MBBS, BSc Nursing, Allied Health Sciences (AHS ) Degree courses) and Group B (Diploma Nursing, AHS Diploma courses, MPH and MSc courses) for the year 2017.
Latest – AHS Degree Final Result has been published. Check it through the “Result” link provided below.
The complete details of CMC Vellore Admission 2017 (Group A and B) and PG Diploma in Clinical Pastoral Counselling Course such as application form, eligibility criteria, merit list, selection process etc. are given below
CMC Vellore 2017 Group A and B Admission
CMC Vellore is among the Top 5 Medical Colleges in India as per various college rankings. Admission will be on the basis of CMC Vellore 2017 Entrance Exam (Aptitude Test / Computer Based Test).
Note – For Admission to MBBS course, All candidates should have qualified in the Undergraduate NEET 2017 examination. All registered applicants have to submit their UG NEET 2017 Score on or before the last date as specified below.
Important Dates for CMC Vellore Admission 2017
|Event||Group A||Group B||PG Diploma (DCPC)|
|Online application start date||13 Mar 2017||13 Mar 2017||13 Mar 2017|
|Last Date for submission of online applications with payment||
Extended till further Notification
|15 June 2017||21 Apr 2017|
|Last Date for submission of NEET score (only for MBBS applicants)||17 Jun 2017||Not Applicable||Not Applicable|
|Last Date for submission of supporting documents (where applicable)||17 June 2017||17 June 2017||29 Apr 2017|
|Step-1 Aptitude Assessment / Entrance Test at
|30 Jun 2017 (Common for All Group A Courses)||30 Jun 2017
For Group B Courses – Science, non-Science & Special Papers
|15 May 2017|
|Step-1 Physics, Chemistry, Biology||30 Jun 2017 (AHS degree & BSc. Nursing)|
|Announcement of List for Step-2||MBBS – 05 Jul 2017
BSc in Nursing – 07 Jul 2017
AHS Degree Courses – 06 Jul 2017
|Diploma in Nursing – 07 Jul 2017
AHS Diploma Courses, MPH & MSc – 08 Jul 2017
|15 May 2017|
|Step-2 (Special tests and interviews)||MBBS – 17 to 19 Jul 2017
BSc in Nursing – 24 to 26 Jul 2017
AHS Degree Courses – 27 & 28 Jul 2017
|Diploma in Nursing – 31 Jul to 01 Aug 2017
AHS Diploma Courses, MPH & MSc – 17 & 18 Aug 2017
|16 May 2017|
|Selection Results||MBBS – 20 Jul 2017
BSc in Nursing – 27 Jul 2017
AHS Degree Courses – 29 Jul 2017
|Diploma in Nursing – 02 Aug 2017
AHS Diploma Courses, MPH & MSc – 19 Aug 2017
|16 May 2017|
|Registration||MBBS – 21 Jul 2017
BSc in Nursing – 07 Aug 2017
AHS Degree Courses – 08 Aug 2017
|Diploma in Nursing – 14 Aug 2017
AHS Diploma Courses, MPH & MSc – 28 Aug 2017
|31 May 2017|
|Classes begin||MBBS – 22 Jul 2017
BSc in Nursing – 04 Sep 2017
AHS Degree Courses – 09 Aug Jul 2017
|Diploma in Nursing – 05 Sep 2017
AHS Diploma Courses, MPH & MSc – 29 Aug 2017
|01 Jun 2017|
CMC Vellore Eligibility for Admission
The following qualifications are considered equivalent to the Plus Two Examination of the Higher Secondary Board of Tamil Nadu for the purpose of admission. (Subject to Eligibility Certificate issued by the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai, where applicable).
- Intermediate examination, Pre-Degree Examination or Plus Two Examination of any recognised Indian University or State Board.
- The Senior Higher School Certificate Examination (12 years) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi (examination held in 1979 or thereafter with not less than 5 subjects, of which English shall be one).
- The Indian School Certificate Examination (12 years) conducted by the Council for Indian School Examination (held in 1977 or thereafter).
- Intermediate Examination (two year course) conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
- Pre-University Examination (two year course) conducted by the Board of Pre-University Education, Government of Karnataka.
For candidates who have studied abroad, the equivalency of qualification as determined by the Association of Indian Universities will form the guidelines to determine the eligibility. Please note that these are only guidelines and candidates who have qualified overseas must get in touch with the Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University.
For courses where Graduation or Diploma is required, the eligibility would be as per the guidelines of the registering University or affiliating body or by the Govt. of Tamil Nadu.
Those appearing for the qualifying examinations now are eligible to apply, provided the mark-sheets and pass certificates are available at the time of the Step-2 (practical tests and interviews).
Those already employed: Candidates currently holding appointments in Government or Private Institutions who seek admission to courses should obtain a NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE from the employer stating that necessary permission has been given to the candidate who will be released for Registration for admission to the (name of course) course in the Christian Medical College. In case of a delay in getting permission, kindly submit the online application form within the stipulated date and send in the certificate later with a covering note.
Eligibility Certificate:– Candidates who have passed any qualifying examination other than the Higher Secondary course examination conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu shall obtain an eligibility certificate from the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai by remitting the prescribed fee along with the application form before seeking admission to any one of the affiliated Medical Institutions. The candidate will be required to produce the eligibility certificate at the time of registration for admission to the course if selected.
Computer-Based tests consisting of multiple choice questions are conducted in English (see examples at the end). Each question will have four possible answers. Your task will be to select the one best answer to each question. There will be ONLY ONE CORRECT ANSWER to each question. For all the Group A degree courses, an Aptitude assessment computer based test, consisting of 120 questions in General Ability including Speed and Accuracy and also a few questions on issues of current topical interest is conducted. There are 120 questions in General Ability in two sections. Section I with 60 questions to be answered in 50 minutes and Section II with 60 questions to be answered in 20 minutes. For the degree courses other than MBBS (BSc Nursing & Allied Health Science Degree Courses) there are 60 questions each in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (120 minutes total time)
or the Diploma courses, the examination in Science paper consists of 25 questions each in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and 15 questions in General ability. The duration of the exam will be 90 minutes.
For other courses where a background in science is not required, the non-science paper will have 90 questions including English, General Ability, speed and accuracy and a few questions on issues of current topical interest. The duration of the exam will be 90 minutes.
For courses which require a special paper, there will be 90 questions pertaining to that particular subject. The duration of the exam will be 90 minutes.
Since the possible answers for each question are provided, you may wonder whether or not to guess the answer for questions you are not certain about. There is no negative marking and hence at times it may be worthwhile making an intelligent guess. That choice is yours and you have to decide how close to the options you are.
In the computer based test for degree courses (MBBS, Nursing, AHS degree courses), credit is given for questions not attempted (those left blank). The credit given is equal to 1/5 (0.2) of the mark for that question. So your score will probably be more if you leave out the questions about which you know nothing. Remember, however, that a correct answer will be given one full mark. So if you have some knowledge of the question, and are able to eliminate one or more of the possible answers, your chances of guessing the correct answer increases. It may be to your advantage to attempt such questions.
Courses, Qualification, Duration, Seats and Fee Structure
MBBS – All candidates should have qualified in the Undergraduate NEET 2017 examination. All NEET qualified applicants will have to undergo an objective assessment of their general ability for which purpose a Computer Based Test, Step 1 – Aptitude assessment will be conducted. All NEET qualified applicants whose applications are in order and complete will be registered for Step 1 – Aptitude assessment.
Candidates will be short-listed for Step-2 at Vellore, based on NEET scores and Step 1 – Aptitude assessment test. Step 2 consists of special tests to assess the candidate‟s character and suitability. Interviews also will form part of the assessment at this stage. All admissions are based on inter-se merit. The selection process / admission will be subject to any orders passed or that may be passed by the Government / University / Professional Councils
All Group A/B Courses other than MBBS: All candidates whose applications are in order and complete will be registered. They will go through a competitive process comprising of a preliminary Computer Based Entrance Test (Step-1). Short-listed candidates will be invited for Step-2 which consists of special tests to assess the candidate‟s character and aptitude. Interviews also will form part of the assessment at this stage. All admissions are based on interse merit. The College recognises that merit is not merely academic merit but is, in addition, a collection of various other factors, which go towards suitability to pursue a professional career.
The selection process / admission will be subject to any orders passed or that may be passed by the Government / University / Professional Councils.
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