UPCAT Dental 2014
Rishi Kataria, 16 May 2014, #NEET

UPCAT Dental 2014 is a national level examination conducted by the Association of Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Uttar Pradesh and is the pre requisite exam for admissions to undergraduate Dental course (BDS) in various private dental colleges across the state of Uttar Pradesh.

Exam name:
Uttar Pradesh Common Admission Test 2014

Commonly known as:
UPCAT Dental 2014

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Exam type:
National Level examination

Exam Category:
UG Exam

Conducting Authority: Association of Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Uttar Pradesh

UPCAT Dental 2014 Eligibility Criteria:

  • The candidate must be a citizen of India.

  • For admissions to BDS course the candidate must pass in the 12th (HSC) class examination with a minimum of 50% of aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. In case the candidate belongs to a reserved category this percentage would be 40%.

UPCAT Dental 2014 Selection Process:

After the announcement of the UPCAT Dental Result, a merit list for central counseling according to which the candidates who have been called for counseling will be awarded seats will be announced.

UPCAT Dental 2014 Exam Pattern:

The UPCAT Dental 2014 Exam will be a 3 hour single question paper exam which will have 200 multiple choice questions out of which 50 will be from physics, 50 from chemistry and 100 will be from biology (50 Botany and 50 Zoology).

There is no negative marking for wrong response and one mark will be awarded for each correct response.

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UPCAT Dental 2014 Exam Syllabus:

The syllabus of UPCAT Dental 2014 will be the same as that of the HSC level examination.

UPCAT Dental 2014 Application Form:

  • The Application form for UPCAT Dental 2014 will be available offline.

  • After filling the form, it has to be sent to the Association along with the DD of payment of Application Fee and other required documents.

UPCAT Dental 2014 Admit Card:

  • Hall ticket for the examination is available with the application form which the candidate has to fill and send to the university, the university will then send back, by post, the complete hall ticket for the examination to the candidate.

UPCAT Dental 2014 Important Dates:

Sale of Application Forms and Information Brochure

April 1, 2014

Last date for submission of filled in application forms

May 20, 2014

Date of UPCAT Dental 2014 Exam

May 29, 2014

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