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MODE OF SELECTION & ALLOTMENT OF SEATS

50% of total seats are reserved for Merit and 50% of seats are reserved for Management & NRI.

Selection process of candidates for admission will be conducted in two stages

Stage 1 :-

Entrance examination will be conducted in the Health Science Campus at Kochi as per the scheduled date. The results of candidates securing topmost scores / ranks will be published in the website after a week of entrance examination and they will be called for an interview at a later date.

Stage 2 :-

Accordingly, an interview will be conducted in Amrita School of Medicine, AIMS, Kochi for the top rank holders. The interview date, time and venue will be published in the website. Those candidates are required to bring Hall Ticket along with all original certificates and must report to Admission Office for Interview.

It is mandatory for all the candidates to bring original mark list at the time of interview.

Interview is likely to be denied to those who are unable to produce the mark list. If there are any changes, the same will be published in the website, hence candidates are advised to often visit our website / contact our office.

After Interview, the final selection list of candidates will be published in the MPhil Admission Page under “Admission Instructions & Guidelines for Selected Candidates”. Selected candidates should take admission on the dates fixed for their admission. Date, time & venue on which the selected candidates are required to report for admission will also be updated in the website along with the Interview results. The same will be informed to candidates by SMS and E-mail.

Hence, candidates are therefore advised to keep visiting the Admission Page for all details such as Selection, Instructions, Guidelines, fee payment and date of reporting for admission etc.

Candidates will also be notified by SMS once the results are published in the website.

There is no provision for rechecking / evaluation of the Interview details and no query on the subject will be entertained.

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