BCECE PGMAT 2017 Entrance Exam

BCECE Post Graduate Medical Admission Test is commonly known as BCECE PGMAT 2017. The PGMAT exam is conducted by the Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB). The PGMAT exam is conducted for the students who want to take admission in the MD / MS / PG Diploma, MDS & MD (Ayurveda) Courses. Merit list of all the candidates who appear at the PGMAT-2014 will be prepared on the basis of the total marks obtained in the competitive test in each Course Group. In case two or more candidates obtain equal total marks in PGMAT-2014, the inter se merit of such candidates shall be determined as under:–

(a) Candidate obtaining higher marks in portion-I of the Entrance Examination will rank above. Even if indecisive, then

(b) Candidate obtaining higher marks in final MBBS / BDS / BAMS / equivalant Examination shall rank above. In case of any failures, average marks will be taken into consideration. Even if still indecisive, then

(c) Older in age will rank above the younger

The examination will be held in the month of March.

BCECE PGMAT 2017 Eligibility Criteria

  • ELIGIBILITY FOR MD / MS / PG DIPLOMA COURSES:

The candidates must have passed the M.B.B.S. Examination from any Medical College of Bihar State included in the schedule of Medical Council of India.

  • ELIGIBILITY FOR MDS (MASTER OF DENTAL SURGERY) COURSE:

The candidates must have passed the BDS Examination from any recognized Dental College of Bihar State included in the schedule of Dental Council of India.

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  • ELIGIBILITY FOR MD (AYURVEDA) COURSE:

The candidate must have passed the Bachelor Degree Examination in Ayurveda (BAMS) / equivalent from University or Board or Medical Institution of Bihar State specified in the second schedule to the Central Council of Indian Medicine Act 1970.

BCECE PGMAT 2017 Exam Syllabus & Pattern:

For MD / MS / PG Diploma Courses:

General Note:

  • There will be a common entrance Examination for all the courses consisting of two portions: Pre / Para-clinical and (B) Clinical.
  • The Examination shall be of M.B.B.S. Standard and shall cover all the subjects of M.B.B.S. Course.
  • There may be more than one set of question paper wherein questions remaining the same, their serial numbers may vary.
  • The PGMAT 2014 Examination for this group will be of only one paper consisting of questions in two portions as follows. The duration will be of 3 hours and 15 minutes. In pre and para clinical subjects there will be a total of 100 questions and in clinical subjects there will be a total of 150 questions.

Portion I

S.No.SubjectsApproximate No. of Questions
1Anatomy10
2Physiology+Biophysics10
3Biochemistry10
4Pathology15
5Microbiology10
6Pharmacology15
7Preventive & Social Medicine20
8Forensic Medicine & Toxicology10
100

 

Portion II

S.No.SubjectsApproximate No. of Questions
1Medicine including Paediatrics/Dermatology,STD & leprosy and
Psychiatry.
 50
2Surgery including orthopaedics, PMR &
other sub-specialities e.g. Anaesthesia,
Radio Diagnosis and Radiotherapy
50
3 Ophthalmology13
4Otorhinolaryngology12
5Obstetrics & Gynaecology25
150

Each question shall be of four marks, which will be awarded for each correct answer. One mark will be deducted from the total marks obtained, for each incorrect answer. Zero mark will be given for questions not answered. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect answer and one mark will be deducted for every such answer.

For MDS (Master of Dental Surgery) Course:

General Note:

  • There will be an Entrance Examination for this course group consisting of two portions : Portion-I & Portion-II.
  • The Examination shall be of BDS Standard and shall cover all the subjects of BDS Course.
  • There may be more than one set of question paper wherein questions remaining the same, their serial numbers may vary.
  • The Examination will be of only one paper consisting of questions in two portions as follows. The duration will be of 3 hours and 15 minutes. In Portion-I there will be a total of 100 questions and in Portion-II, there will be a total of 150 questions.

 

Portion I

S.No.SubjectsApproximate No.of Question
1General & Oral Anatomy20
2Physiology & Biochemistry10
3Dental Materials10
4General & Oral Pathology & Microbiology20
5General & Dental Pharmacology & Therapeutics20
6General Medicine10
7General Surgery10
100

 

Portion II

S.No.SubjectsApproximate No.of Question
1 Prosthodontics40
2Conservative Dentistry20
3Pedodontics15
4Oral Surgery15
5Periodontics15
6Orthodontics15
7Oral Medicine & Radiology15
 8Community & Preventive Dentistry15
150

Each question shall be of four marks, which will be awarded for each correct answer. One mark will be deducted from the total marks obtained, for each incorrect answer. Zero mark will be given for questions not answered. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect answer and one mark will be deducted for every such answer.

For MD (Ayurveda) Course:

General Notes:

  • The medium of Examination will be English / Hindi.
  • There will be an Entrance Examination for this course group consisting of two Portions : Portion-I & Portion-II.
  • The Examination shall be of Ayurvedacharya (BAMS / equivalent) Standard and shall cover all the subjects of BAMS Course.
  • There may be more than one set of question paper wherein questions remaining the same, their serial numbers may vary.
  • The Examination will be of only one paper consisting of questions in two portions as follows. The duration will be of 3 hours and 15 minutes. In Portion-I there will be a total of 100 questions and in Portion-II there will be a total of 150 questions.

 

Portion I

S.No.SubjectsApproximate No. of Questions
1Ayurveda Ka Ithihas10
2Sanskrit10
3Padarth Vigyan10
4Astang Sangrah10
5Rachna Sharir10
6Kriya Sharir10
7Swasthya Vritta10
8Dravyagun Vigyan10
9Ras Shastra Bhaishaya Kalpana10
10Agad Tantra Vyavahar Ayurveda Avam Vidhi Vaidyak10
100

 Portion II

S.No.SubjectsApproximate No. of Questions
1Rog Vigyan Avam Vikriti Vigyan30
2Prasuti Tantra Avam Stri Rog15
3Kaumar Bhritya15
4Kaya Chikitsa30
5Shalya Tantra30
6Shalakya Tantra30
150

Each question shall be of four marks, which will be awarded for each correct answer. One mark will be deducted from the total marks obtained for each incorrect answer. Zero marks will be given for question not answered. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect answer and one mark will be deducted for every such answer.

BCECE PGMAT 2017 Application Form

  • The Application Form and Prospectus for appearing in PGMAT-2014 can be downloaded Online from BCECE Board’s website: www.bceceboard.com & www.bcecebonline.com and click on the link “ENTRANCE NOTES – Online Application Form for PGMAT-2014”.
  • “PGMAT-2014” and Course group must be written at the top of the envelope containing Application Form before sending it by Registered Post.
  • Hard Copy of the Application Form (Part-A & Part-B) alongwith paid Bank Challan & enclosures must be sent by Registered Post / Speed Post.

BBCECE PGMAT 2017 Exam Dates

BCECE PGMAT 2017 EventsImportant Dates
BCECE PGMAT 2017 Online Registration starting dateJanuary, 2017
BCECE PGMAT 2017 Online Registration closing date

January, 2017
Last date of payment through challanJanuary, 2017
Last date of payment through Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card with final submission of online application form of registered candidateJanuary, 2017
Online editing of application formFebruary, 2017
The hard copy of the online submitted application form (Part-A & Part-B)

Along with paid Bank Challan & enclosures dispatched by Registered / Speed post must reach latest by

February, 2017
Issue of online admit cardFebruary, 2017
Date of examinationMarch, 2017

 

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