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AIMECA to conduct common entrance test

By Our Legal Correspondent

NEW DELHI, APRIL 29. The All India Medical and Engineering Colleges Association (AIMECA), with headquarters in the capital, will hold an All India Common Entrance Test (AICET) for admission to medical, paramedical, nursing, dental, pharmacy, agriculture and engineering, viz., B.E., B.Tech and B. Arch courses under the `management quota' on July 10 and 11 at designated Centres in the country.

T.D. Naidu, president of the Association, in a press release, said that over 1,000 educational institutions, which had become members, would participate in the AICET for admission for the academic year 2004-2005. According to him, some more colleges were expected to participate in this examination.

The examination will be conducted all over India on the pattern those conducted by other State/Central bodies. Appearance in and passing the CET conducted by the AIMECA is mandatory for admission in various professional courses under the management quota. Admission will be on the basis of merit as per the rank obtained in the CET.

The CET results will be published on July 20 and admission intimation will be despatched to the candidate the next day.

The candidate is free to get admission in a recognised member institution of his choice anywhere in India.

According to the release, the Association will collect Rs. 100 for the application form and students who pass the CET can join any college in India.

The CET will cover five subjects — Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.

The application forms and information booklet will be made available through banks from May 3 and can also be downloaded from the website, http.www.aimeca.org.

The last date for submission of application forms is June 25, says the release.

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