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P MET

(PMET)  (Punjab Medical Entrance Test)

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot through Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar conducts Punjab Medical Entrance Test. PMET is held for admission into the first year of the programs like MBBS, BDS and BAMS into the various government and private affiliated medical colleges/institutes under Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot in Punjab.

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ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

MBBS, BDS, BAMS

The candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with 50% (45% for SC/ST) in aggregate with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English from a recognized board. The candidate must have attained 17 years of age and must be permanent resident of the state of Punjab.

BHMS

The candidate must have passed their 10+2 or equivalent examination with 40% (for SC/ BC 33%) marks in aggregate with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English from a recognized board or in PCB group.

PMET EXAM   AND RESULT DATES 

EXPECTED  REGISTRATION TIME EXPECTED  EXAM  DATE RESULT
Within the month of  October and November In the month of November

Within the month of December and January through several selection phase

NOTE- Time schedule of the whole process can change year to year

EXAM PATTERN

Duration The paper will be of 150 minutes

Total no of question- consisting of 200 multiple choice questions from the following subjects:.

Physics-50 questions

Chemistry-50 questions

Biology-100 questions

For every correct answer a candidate will get 4 marks and for every incorrect answer 1 mark will be deducted.

EXAM CENTRE

 

    RESULT AND ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Score Validity

The score of PMET exam will be valid till at the closing date of admission for the courses in present academic year.

 

Calculation of Merit

By adding the marks as follows:

Weightage of FSc or equivalent marks  – 70%

Weightage of Entrance Test marks             –          30%

The merit of candidates shall now be determined by using the

aforementioned weightage criteria.

Formula for Calculation of Aggregate Marks:

A x 0.70 + B x 0.30 = C

Whereas

A =  F. Sc. or Equivalent Marks

B = Entrance Test Marks

C = Aggregate Marks

 

Example:

Unadjusted marked of a candidate in FSc / Equivalent examination=  944/1100

70% of these unadjusted marks =  944 x 70 / 100 = 660.8

Entrance Test marks of the candidate  =  925/1100

30% of Entrance Test marks   =  925 x 30 / 100 = 277.5

Aggregate marks for calculating merit   =  660.8 + 277.5 = 938.3/1100

Aggregate Percentage  =  85.3000

(ii)  No marks will be deducted for extra attempts availed in F.Sc

examination by the candidate beyond the period two  years after

passing the SSC/ Matric annual examination.

(iii)  Final calculation in percentage will be rounded up to four decimal

points.

 

 

 

Selection and Admission of Candidates

(i) The candidate will be selected by the Admission Board. The

decisions of Admission Board in respect of selection and

admission shall be final.

(ii) The Chairman Admission Board shall be competent to rectify

any error or omission found in the Selection List.

(iii) The selection of the candidates against open merit seats shall

be made on the basis of Merit/Choice/Availability and in that

order.

(iv) Whenever two or more than two candidates are bracketed, i.e.,

they have exactly the same percentage after calculation, the

one senior in age will be given preference to the other for

the purpose of admission. In case the tie continues, higher

score in Matric (SSC or equivalent) shall be preferred  for

admission.

(v) There shall be separate Selection Lists for MBBS and BDS for

open merit and reserved seats.

(vi) Complaint, if any, against the selection list may be lodged within

15 days of the notification. No complaint will be entertained

thereafter.

(vii) If considered necessary, the Admission Board may call any

candidate for interview at his/her own expenses.

(viii) The Admission Board may refuse admission to any candidate

who seems, for reasons to be recorded in each case at the time

of interview, to be unsuitable or unlikely to become a good

doctor. In case such a candidate is admitted, he/she can be

struck off the rolls of the college, after issuing a notice to

him/her to that effect.

(ix) Selected candidates will be issued call letters by concerned

colleges for interview.

(x) Selected candidates shall have to submit all original documents

and certificates at the time of interview. The original documents

of the selected candidates will be retained by the college

concerned and will be returned on leaving the institution.

(xi)  The Medical Board of the respective medical colleges will

examine selected candidates. If a candidate is disqualified

medically, for reasons to be recorded, he/she will not  be

admitted. The Candidate must produce certificate to have been:

a. Inoculated against the enteric group of fevers within the

preceding 12 months.

b. Fully vaccinated against Tetanus.

c. Fully vaccinated against hepatitis “B” virus.

d. Foreign students will have to produce a certificate of their

HIV status from prescribed laboratories in Pakistan.  If

during the course of studies any student is found to be

positive for HIV infection, he/she shall be repatriated at

his/her own cost to his/her country of origin.

(xi) The parent(s) or legal guardians must accompany all  the

candidates at the time of interview.

(xii) No candidate will be admitted unless he/she has paid the fee

and other dues.  All dues must be paid by the due date,

otherwise the admission of defaulting students will be

cancelled and next candidate on merit will be considered

for admission.

(xiii) Admission Rules for already admitted students

a. If a candidate already admitted in any medical/dental

institution (public or private) of the country, wishes to get

admission in Government Medical & Dental Institution of

the Punjab, he/she will have to surrender his/her previous

admission completely and will not be entitled to any credit

of examinations passed as well as dues paid prior to fresh

admission.

b. He/she will have to appear in the Entrance Test afresh in

the current year.

c. He/she shall have to disclose his/her previous admission

in the Admission Form and shall also have to declare (as

per specimen given in Appendix-VII of the Admission            41

Form) that he/she will not be entitled to any credit earned

on the basis of his/her previous admission.

d. Non-disclosure of previous admission shall result in

cancellation of admission secured in the current session.

e. Under no circumstances a student will be allowed to rejoin

the surrendered course.

(xiv) A student who is admitted to the first year MBBS/BDS class but

is continuously absent from the beginning of the academic

session for a period of  four weeks without any valid reason

shall be struck off from the college roll and his/her seat will be

filled on the basis of merit from the waiting list.

(xv) According to PMDC regulations, the maximum period permitted

for continuation of MBBS or BDS class after discontinuation of

studies by any student (who has passed first professional

examination before the discontinuation) for any reason is  five

years. If he/she rejoins the institution after three years, he/she

shall have to retake the last professional examination.

(xvi)  Any up-gradation of a candidate consequent upon creation

of a vacant seat for any reason shall be mandatory  for the

candidate to join the institution strictly in accordance with

the preferences of colleges specified in his/her Admission

Form and  No exception, whatsoever, will be taken under

any circumstances.

(xvii) If a seat falls vacant, the next candidate on merit in that

category will be selected. Admission will be closed after a lapse

of a period of  three (3) months from the start of first year

MBBS/BDS class.

 

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TIPS FOR P MET  EXAM:

Candidate concentrate on each section practiced by sample papers and previous year’s question paper  for mathematics as more questions will be asked from that section .Study the problems by doing it. Otherwise one  will not get enough speed or time for entrance exam as he needs to complete each question within a minute. Study other subjects after completing maths.Candidates can make use of coaching centers and sample question papers.

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