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AIIMS announces details for All-India Post-Graduate Dental Entrance Examination

AIIMS announces details for All-India Post-Graduate Dental Entrance Examination

AIIMS will conduct The All India Post-Graduate Dental Entrance Examination (AIPGDEE) on December 13, 2015. The exam will be conducted online by AIIMS, New Delhi for admission to its post-graduate courses.

The eligibility criteria for taking the exam (for the candidates who have applied for the PG course) is completion of the BDS course. Now, they will appear for MDS course under 50 percent all India quota on December 13.

The admit cards are yet to be issued and will carry all the important information including details of the examination centre, duration, roll number, and as required.

Admit card is mandatory to be carried at the examination centre-only then the candidates will be allowed to appear for the exam.

There is already an existing reservation policy to admit qualified candidates to Dental MDS courses. The qualified candidates will be classified in to an all India merit list and state wise merit list- to be prepared on the basis of the percentage of marks obtained in the exam.

As reported by Indiatoday.com on the further details of the exam:

Examination pattern

The exam will be held for a duration of three hours. The exam will be conducted in a single session from 10 am to 1 pm. The online question booklet of AIPGDEE2016 will have 200 multiple choice questions with single correct response. For each wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted.

Syllabus

The exam will have questions from subjects taught during the MBBS course including basic sciences, para-clinical and clinical.

Important dates

The admit cards will be available from November 26

AIPGDEE 2015 will be conducted on December 13

The results are likely to be declared on December 21

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