Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune will be conducting the counselling process of Armed Forces Medical College of MBBS in different stages for all the shortlisted applicants. Only those candidates who have been determined on the basis of NEET score and application form will only be solicited for AFMC MBBS counselling 2020. According to the data of the previous year, the exam conducting board held AFMC MBBS counselling for a total of 150 seats.
The counselling of AFMC MBBS is done in the following stages – Test of English Language, Comprehension, Logic and Reasoning (ToELR), Psychological Assessment Test (PAT), Interview and Medical Exam.
Candidates who are interested can check below the tentative dates of AFMC MBBS 2020 counselling and other important dates from the below table:
AFMC MBBS Merit List
AFMC MBBS Counselling
Applicants can check the steps from below which are involved in counselling of AFMC MBBS/screening process.
Identification and verification of documents
Test of English Language Comprehension, Logical and Reasoning (ToELR)
Psychological Assessment Test (PAT)
The AFMC MBBS exam conducting body will conduct the AFMC MBBS 2020 counselling in offline mode for all the selected candidates.
Candidates shortlisted for the screening process will have to confirm their availability for the screening process at AFMC, Pune till the prescribed date by the exam conducting body, by sending an email with the subject – ‘Willingness to attend AFMC MBBS Screening 2020.’ Also, candidates need to provide their NEET- UG roll number and NEET score to this email Id – firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this step, candidates are required to carry the following documents to the AFMC MBBS counselling for verification:
Marksheet and pass certificate of class 10th and 12th
A certificate from the school principal whether the candidate has appeared and passed/appeared and awaiting the result of class 12th as a regular candidate
Category certificate (with stamp and seal of authority)
Service certificate from personnel children signed by CO Unit/Higher formation whereas for a retired person: Ex-servicemen, Identity Card/Discharge Book and PPO
Sports and NCC certificate (If any)
Extracurricular activities certificates (if any)
Character Certificate signed by School/College Principal
16 passport and stamp size coloured photograph
Printout of the registration page
Admit card and NEET scorecard
In case, candidates are not able to provide the above-mentioned documents will not be shortlisted.
This will be a computer-based test which will be held for a total of 40 multiple-choice questions. Applicants will have to complete the paper within the given thirty minutes. Each question will carry 2 marks and there will also be a negative marking of 0.5 marks.
According to the AFMC MBBS counselling, the marks scored in ToELR will be added to NEET score (out of 720) to get a score out of 800. The total sum of marks will be divided by four to get the written exam score out of 200. To understand it better, students can check the details from below the table:
NEET UG Score
Candidate’s Score = Total Score/four
Score the student got out of 800/four that is score out of 200
After the screening test, AFMC conducts a psychological assessment test to understand the candidate’s personality and value system. The motive behind this test is to assess the potential of a candidate in terms of qualities or personality traits.
After PAT, candidates will have to go for an interview round. In this step, the Dean and other officers and accomplished personnel will take the interview for a total of 50 marks. Candidates will be asked questions about themselves, their hobbies, their involvement in extracurricular activities and other relevant information. Apart from that, candidates will also be asked some common questions like, why do they want to be in AFMC and etc.
After the interview in AFMC MBBS 2020 counselling, all the shortlisted candidates will further have to go for the medical examination held at AFMC, Pune. The medical examination will be done on the basis of the standard rules laid down by the Armed Forces.
According to the previous year details, candidates reporting in the morning session will undergo documents verification, blood/urine investigation, ToELR and PAT in the afternoon and they will have to appear in the interview on the same day whereas the medical examination will be conducted next day in the morning at the prescribed time by the exam conducting body.
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