The Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (JKBOPEE) has announced the results for JKCET 2016 medical entrance examination. The details of JKCET result for medical entrance exam (JKCET-2) have been published at official website (jakbopee.net) by the BOPEE and the students have also been awarded rank as per their performance in the test. A total of 16,317 students had appeared for the test held on July 31, 2016 and the Board has provided all the students with a rank. The Board has also released the revised answer keys of the test and the students can check their marks and rank from the official site www.jakbopee.org.
The Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE) has put up the rank list at its official site in pdf format and the students can check their subject-wise marks from the list. The test has been conducted to fill 450 MBBS seats and 250 BDS seats in medical and dental colleges across the State. All the admissions would be made on the basis of the rank secured by the students and the counselling is scheduled to commence from August 20, 2016.
Naimat Ul Mahan has secured first place in the merit list with total score of 157 out of 180 marks. The question paper consisted of Physics, Chemistry and Biology and as the Biology section was relatively easy, out of top 3 ranked students, two have obained perfect score in the Biology section. Only two girls (Tania Verma and Avantika Raina) have secured place in the top 10 students, with rank 5 and 8 respectively.
The JKCET-II top ranked students are eligible to participate in the counselling proces for admission in MBBS and BDS course offered at Government Medical College, Srinagar; Government Medical College, Jammu; Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Medical College Bemina; Achariya Shree Chandra College of Medical Sciences Sidhra, Jammu; Government Dental College, Srinagar; Government Indira Gandhi Dental College, Jammu and Institute of Dental Sciences Charitable Trust, Sehora, Jammu.
BOPEE has been conducting the CET for admissions in engineering/technology, pharmacy, dental and medical courses offered at government aided/unaided and private institutions till last year. The first phase of JKCET 2016 was conducted in May for engineering and pharmacy courses as the States were denied permission to hold their common entrance test for medical and dental admissions. Then as the Central government allowed the States to go ahead with their own CETs only for this year, the another test- JKCET-II was notified by the Board and the test was successfully organised in the state on July 31. Over 91 percent students registered their presence in the test, despite of the harsh law and order conditions at several places.
Check JKCET Medical Result here