AMU is the latest addition in joining the streak of Universities scrapping off medical entrance tests as it cancelled results of MBBS/BDS exam that was held on 10th April. AMU MBBS result 2016 has been officially cancelled and the medical admissions will now be filled through NEET in 2016.
Recently, Uttar Pradesh too cancelled UPCPMT and decided to go with NEET for admission to medical colleges.
AlIgarh Muslim University has scrapped the results of the entrance test it conducted on April 10 for admissions to MBBS and BDS course. The notification has been undersigned by Prof. Javaid Akhter, Controller of Examinations, Aligarh Muslim University and was uploaded on the official site on June 4.
The notification reads, “In view of the order passed by the Hon’ Supreme Court of India, the Ordinance promulgated by the Hon’ President of India, the legal advice from the University Council and as authorized by the Academic Council, the result of the MBBS / BDS Entrance Test conducted on 10.04.2016 for the session 2016-17 stands cancelled.”
AMU has decided to admit the students in medical / dental courses based on the scores obtained by candidates in National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test, NEET. NEET has been formulated as a single common entrance test for all medical admission across the country, while some states have been exempted for their own CETs, that too only for admission in government medical/dental colleges.
Now for admissions in medical course offered at AMU, candidates will have to register themselves online on its official site www.amucontrollerexams.com. The link will be available from June 23 while the last date to register is July 13.
First phase of NEET has already been conducted on May 1, while second phase test will be held on July 24. Candidates seeking admission in AMU need to apply online once again after the declaration of NEET results. NEET result for both phase exams is speculated to be announced on August 17 and registered candidates will have to apply again with their score card of NEET within 10 days of the declaration of NEET results.
AMU had conducted entrance test for filling 140 MBBS seats in Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and 34 BDS seats in Dr. Ziauddin Ahmad Dental College.