The result of JKCET 2016 (medical) has been announced. The detail of result is given at www.jakbopee.net for the marks and rank obtained by candidates in the examination. A total of 19,602 candidates have been included in the rank list with Arun Mahajan emerging out as the topper with 89.19%. He scored 158.75 marks out of maximum 178 and secured 1st rank in JKCET I (medical) this year. In the rank list, the candidate with the last rank secured -12.92 marks with last rank of 19,602.
JAKBOPEE released the JKCET result 2016 for medical (PCB group) only as of yet which can be checked rank wise and roll number wise. The result is for courses other than MBBS/BDS courses. The results can be accessed at www.jakbopee.org and www.jakbopee.net by entering your registration details.
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination was constituted by the state government in 2002 with its sole purpose to organize entrance test and shortlist candidates for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate professional courses offered at institutions across the state of Jammu and Kashmir. This year, JKCET 2016 was conducted on the same lines on may 14 & 15 and the results are expected to announced soon.
A total 0f 30,400 candidates had applied for JKCET which was conducted in May. BOPEE had alloted 27 examinations centres across Jammu and 34 in Srinagar.
JKCET 2016 was conducted for determining merit of the students for admission to B.E., BUMS, BAMS and BPT programmes along with others. Admission in over 2000 seats under B.E course offered at GCET Jammu, MIET Jammu, SSM College of Engineering, Srinagar and MBS College of Engineering & Technology, Jammu along with BAMS course at Jammu Institute of Ayurveda and Research, Jammu; BUMS course at Kashmir Tibbia College Hospital & Research Centre; BUMS course at Institute of Asian Medical Sciences, Srinagar and BPT course at Jammu College of Physiotherapy will be done through JKCET 2016 only.
JKCET was consisted of two papers each for PCB and PCM groups. Paper A had total 120 questions, with 60 question each from Physics and Chemistry, Paper B with 60 questions from Biology and paper C with 60 questions from Mathematics. All the questions hold one mark while 0.25 mark will be deducted from the total score for each wrong response.
JKCET results will followed by the publication of two merit lists by BOPEE, one for open merit category and another for reserved category students.
BOPEE has also invited applications for another common entrance test terming it as CET-II for admission to MBBS and BDS courses only. Students wishing to apply for it can fill online application form till June 17 at official sites www.jakbopee.org and www.jakbopee.net as the test is scheduled to be held on July 31. JKCET-II is being conducted due to the Ordinance passed by the Centre, giving few states permission to hold their won CET for admission in medical/dental courses offered at government-run colleges. All admission in private medical/dental colleges will be done through nation-wide NEET only.