__Eligibility:__

First Class MBBS degree
with a **minimum of 60% marks** in aggregate.
The candidates must have studied Mathematics at +2 level. Seats are reserved for
SC/ST and physically handicapped as per Government of India rules.

__Test
Centres:__

Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi,
Guwahati, Kanpur, Kolkata, Mumbai

__Admission
Test:__

The admission test will
be of objective to test the aptitude of the candidates in +2 level Physics,
Chemistry and Mathematics apart from standard syllabi of MBBS. It will consist
of 10 questions in Mathematics, 15 questions each in Physics and Chemistry and
80 questions based upon MBBS syllabus.

__Duration:__

2 hours

__Syllabi:__

__1)
Physics__

Newton's laws of motion,
simple harmonic motion, Hook's law, First law of thermodynamics, Gas laws,
Maxwell distribution of velocity, waves, Interference of two waves, Coulomb's
law, Ohm's law, Magnetic Field due to Current, Faraday's law of induction,
Photoelectric effect, Bohr model of atom, Radioactivity.

__2)
Chemistry__

Chemical equilibrium,
Chemical & enzyme kinetics, Nuclear Chemistry, Enzyme catalysis,
Coordination Chemistry- preliminary concepts, Bonding, Strong and weak
interactions, Inductive and resonance effects on acidity and basicity,
Characteristic reactions of alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, amines, carboxylic
acids and their derivatives. Optical isomerism of compounds containing 2
asymmetric centers. Aromatic and heterocyclic compounds (one hetero atom),
Carbohydrates, amino acids, nucleic acids and peptides: general structure and
physical properties.

__3)
Mathematics__

Algebra of complex numbers,
theory of quadratic equations, relationship between roots and coefficients,
arithmetic, geometric & harmonic progressions. Equation of a straight line
in various forms, angle between 2 lines, distance of a point from a line, line
through point of intersection of 2 lines. Limit, continuity and derivative of a
function, limit, and derivative of a sum, difference, product and quotient of
two functions and composite functions. Integration as the inverse process of
differentiation, integration by parts.

__IMPORTANT DATES:__

**Commencement of sale of
application forms:** last week of April

**Date of test:** 2nd/3rd
Sunday of June

**Date of staring course: **1st
August

__IMPORTANT NOTE:__

** THERE
WERE ONLY 6 SEATS FOR
THIS COURSE THIS YEAR. ONLY THE FIRST 23 CANDIDATES
WERE CALLED FOR INTERVIEW FROM THE PERFORMANCE IN THE ENTRANCE EXAM. SO, IT
BECOMES OBVIOUS THAT THOSE WHO SCORE WELL IN PCM SUBJECTS DO WELL IN THE
ENTRANCE EXAM. **