Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005
Banaras Medical Entrance Exam 2010
MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS/ B.Pharm Courses, 2010
Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University,has invited applications for admission to the MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS/ B.Pharm Courses, 2010. Admissions are regulated based on the performance in the All India Written Test to be conducted by the University.
All India Competitive Written Test for admission to the MBBS, will be held in two stages, the PMT-2010 Screening and PMT-2010 Main and that for BDS, BAMS and B. Pharm, in one stage, the PMT-2010 Screening. The PMT-2010 Screening will be held on 12th May 2010 (Wednesday) at Varanasi, Delhi, Kolkata, and Hyderabad, to screen candidates for eligibility to appear in PMT-2010 Main for MBBS course which will be held on 13th June 2010 (Sunday) at Varanasi Centre only. For BDS/BAMS/B.Pharm courses, selection will be on the basis of merit in PMT-2010 Screening.
Applicant should have passed Intermediate, 10+2 or equivalent examination in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Zoology + Botany) taken together. For admission to MBBS/BDS/BAMS, applicant should have a minimum of 50% marks for General, OBC and respective PC candidates and 40% aggregate marks for SC/ST and respective PC candidates. For admission to B.Pharm, applicant should have a minimum of 60% marks for General, OBC and respective PC candidates and 55% aggregate marks for SC/ST and respective PC candidates. Candidates appearing in qualifying examination may also apply. Applicant should have completed 17 years but not crossed 25 years as on 31st December, 2010. So, those born after 1st January, 1994 and on or before 31st December, 1985 need not apply.
The distribution of seats for various courses will be as follows.
M.B.B.S (84 seats): General-42; OBC-23; SC-13 and ST-6; BDS (38 seats): General - 19; OBC-10; SC-6 and ST-3; BAMS (78 seats): General-36; Foreign National- 3; OBC-21; SC-12 and ST-6; B.Pharm (33 seats): General-17; OBC-9; SC-5 and ST-2. Three percent seats are reserved for Physically Challenged (PC) candidates in all the categories for all courses.
Application form along with the Information Booklet for PMT-2010 can be obtained on payment of Rs. 1100/- (Rs. 700/- for SC/ST candidates) in cash, from the following branches of Bank of Baroda, from 04.01.2010 (Monday) till 01.03.2010.
(i) VARANASI – (1) BHU - S S Hospital Branch, (2) Ram Katora Branch, (3) Orderly Bazar Branch
(ii) DELHI – (1) Parliament Street Branch, (2) Nehru Place Branch, (3) Chowk Shakti Nagar Branch
(iii) KOLKATA – College Street Branch
(iv) LUCKNOW – Charbagh Branch
(v) HYDERABAD – Main Branch, ABIDS Circle
(vi) JAIPUR – DCM Branch
(vii) NAGPUR – South Ambarzari Road
(viii) BHOPAL – TT Nagar Branch
(ix) PATNA – Sri Krishnapuri
(x) MUMBAI – Shivaji Road
(xi) CHENNAI – Mount Road.
Application Form can be obtained from Bank of Baroda, BHU Branch, S.S. Hospital only, up to 4 pm on 05.03.2010 (Friday).
Application form along with the Information Booklet for PMT-2010 can be obtained by Post from the Office of the Director (PMT-Cell), Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221 005, by sending a written request by Registered Post to be received latest by 19th February 2010 (Friday), showing the Name and address of the candidate along with a Crossed Demand Draft/Bankers Cheque (MICR only) for Rs. 1200/- (Rs. 800/- for SC/ST candidates) from a Nationalized Bank, drawn in favour of 'The Director, Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU', payable at Varanasi, with full particulars of the enclosed DD/BC written in the request and the applicant's Name and address noted on the back of DD) and Two self-addressed, preferably typed, white paper slips of 10 cm ´ 6 cm size. The envelope should be super scribed 'Request for Application for PMT-2010, BHU'. Separate Bank Draft will be required for each application form.
Filled applications are to reach 'The Director (PMT Cell), Institute Of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221 005, latest by 5 pm on 9th March 2010 (Tuesday) by Registered Post. Foreign Nationals are not required to appear in the PMT examination for MBBS/BAMS courses. They may seek admission through the Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India, New Delhi, as per the rules laid down for the purpose. Their nomination must reach by 15th July 2010 (Thursday).