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BCECE PGMAT is a paper-pen based postgraduate medical admission (PGMAT) directed by Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECE) for admission to first year MD, MS, PGD, MDS and MD Ayurveda courses of study in the following BCECE PGMAT colleges. 
 
MD/MS/PGD:-
 
•Patna Medical College
•Darbhanga Medical College
•Nalanda Medical College, Patna
•A.N.M.Medical College. Gaya 
•I.G.I.M.S. Medical Coll., Patna.
•J.L.N.M.C.,Bhagalpur 
•S.K.M.C., Muzaffarpur
•Katihar Medical College, Katihar 
•MGM Medical College, Kishanganj
 
MDS:-
 
•Patna Dental College, Patna
 
Ayurveda Vachaspati:-
 
•Govt. Ayurveda College, Patna
 
Eligibility for BCECE PGMAT 2017:- 
 
For MD / MS / PG DIPLOMA Courses:-
 
- The aspirant must have passed the MBBS examination from any medical college of Bihar state included in the schedule of Medical Council of India. 
- In addition to this the aspirant must have completed compulsory rotating internship. 
- The candidate must have obtained permanent registration from Medical Council of India or Bihar State Medical Council. 
- Candidates who are permanent residents / domiciled in Bihar and have been admitted in MBBS course on the basis of competitive examination conducted on behalf of Govt. of Bihar or by CBSE (under All India Quota) before the bifurcation of Bihar i.e. 15.11.2000 in Medical Colleges situated in Jharkhand and have obtained the degree of MBBS are also eligible for appearing in this competitive examination for admission.
 
For BDS:-
 
- The aspirant must have passed the BDS examination from any recognized dental college of Bihar state included in the schedule of Dental Council of India. 
- In addition to this the aspirant must have also completed compulsory rotating internship. 
- The aspirant must have also obtained Registration from Bihar State Dental Council or Dental Council of India. 
-Candidates who are permanent residents of Bihar and have been admitted in BDS course on thebasis of competitive examination conducted on behalf of Govt. of Bihar or by CBSE (under All India Quota) before the bifurcation of Bihar i.e. 15.11.2000 in Dental Colleges situated in Jharkhand and have obtained the degree of BDS are also eligible for appearing in this competitive examination for admission.
 
MD (AYURVEDA):-
 
- The aspirant must have passed the Bachelor Degree Examination in Ayurveda (BAMS) / equivalentfrom University or Board or Medical Institution of Bihar State specified in the second schedule to the Central Council of Indian Medicine Act. 1970.
- The candidate must have completed the essential Internship/ for a period of not less than 6 months in a recognised teaching Hospital or have professional experience for two years after being registered by Bihar State Council of Ayurveda & Unani Medicine or Central Council of Indian Medicine.
- The aspirant must have also obtained a permanent registration from Central Council of Indian Medicine or Bihar State Council of Ayurvedic & Unani Medicine. 
-Candidates who are permanent residents of Bihar and have been admitted in Bachelor DegreeExamination in Ayurveda (BAMS) / equivalent on the basis of competitive examination conducted on behalf of Govt. of Bihar before the bifurcation of Bihar i.e. 15.11.2000 in recognised Ayurveda Colleges situated in Jharkhand and have obtained the degree of BAMS / equivalent are also eligible for appearing in this competitive examination for admission.
 

BCECE PGMAT Registration / Application Form

BCECE PGMAT 2017 Registration and Application Form:- 
 
Apply online on www.bceceboard.com for BCECE PGMAT
Following is detailed information on the four step registration for BCECE PGMAT 2017.
 
Step One (Registration):-
 
For registration, you are required to fill in Part-A of the Application Form. After filling in part-A of the Application Form online, you will get a Registration Number and the password on the computer screen. This Registration Number and Password must be noted and preserved for future use. The Registration Number as obtained will be your username and password. 
 
Step Two (Procurement of Bank Challan & Test Fee):-
 
After visiting again the website of the BCECE Board, you should click on the payment submission link and enter your Registration Number and password. On clicking on the "login" button you will get your bank challan in triplicate. This contains  Bank's Copy, Board's Copy & your copy of the bank challan. Using this bank challan you are required to deposit PGMAT 2015 test fee of Rs. 1300/-
(one thousand three hundred rupees) in any branch of the State Bank of India. After the deposit of BCECE PGMAT 2017 fees the SBI branch will return to you the Board's copy & your candidate copy of the paid challan. The Transaction ID / Journal number. of the "PAID BANK CHALLAN" mentioned therein must be noted by you. 
 
Step Three (Test Fee & Online submission of Application Form):-
 
Thereafter you are required to visit the Board's website and again fill in "Online" Part B of the Application Form by entering your Registration number, Password and Transaction ID / Journal Number. 
 
The online Application Form (Part A & Part B) as filled in by you must be checked completely and carefully as the provision for any rectification / modification in online submitted Application Form (Part A & Part B) will not be allowed. After such careful checking your passport size photograph of high contrast and  full signature in Hindi and English (Not in Capital letters) are to be scanned and entered at the specified space of the online Application Form. A print-out of the completely filled in online Application Form (Part-A and Part-B) must be obtained.
 
NOTE :- You must note that the BCECE PGMAT 2017 online  application form cannot be withdrawn after submission. Claim for refund of test fee will also not be entertained. 
 
 
Step Four (Dispatch of Application Form, enclosures and paid challan by Registered / Speed Post):- 
 
The print out of the 'Online' filled in Application Form (Part-A & Part-B) as obtained by the you should be processed further as per the directions given here under:-
 
•Passport size photograph (the same as scanned and submitted online) be pasted on the specified space.
• Sign your signature in Hindi and English (Not in Capital letter) at specified space.
•Give the declaration as per the text printed on the Application Form (at column-17. of Part-B of the Application Form) at specified space in your own handwriting (not in capital letters).
•Attach the Board's Copy of the paid challan with the Application Form.
•Attach the Application Form, the photo copies of the certificate / documents.
•The envelop containing the Application Form (Part-A and Part-B) alongwith enclosures, completed as per the process mentioned above, must be superscribed - "APPLICATION FOR PGMAT-2017"
•The envelope used for the above purpose must be of white colour of 12" x 6.5" size.
•One envelope should contain Application Form of only one candidate.
•Application Form with its enclosures put in envolope must be sent by Registered / Speed Post only to the "Controller of Examination, BCECE Board, I.A.S. Bhawan, Near Patna Airport, P.O.- B.V.College Campus, Patna - 800014.
 

BCECE PGMAT Exam Dates

BCECE PGMAT 2017 Date:-
 
 


BCECE PGMAT Syllabus

BCECE PGMAT 2017 Syllabus:- 
 
The syllabus for BCECE PGMAT shall contain subjects taught in MBBS/BDS and BD (Ayurveda) courses of study. 
 
MD/MS/PG DIPLOMA
 
Portion I (Pre / Para-clinical)
 
Anatomy 
Physiology+Biophysics 
Biochemistry
Pathology
Microbiology
Pharmacology 
Preventive & Social medicine 
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
 
Portion II (Clinical)
 
Medicine including Paediatrics/ Dermatology,STD & leprosy and Psychiatry 
Surgery including orthopaedics, PMR & other sub-specialities e.g. Anaesthesia, Radio Diagnosis and Radiotherapy 
Ophthalmology 
Otorhinolaryngology 
Obstetrics & Gynaecology 
 
MDS
 
Portion - I
 
General & Oral Anatomy
Physiology & Biochemistry 
Dental Materials 
General & Oral Pathology & Microbiology 
General & Dental Pharmacology & Therapeutics 
General Medicine 
General Surgery 
 
Portion-II
 
Prosthodontics
Conservative Dentistry 
Pedodontics 
Oral Surgery 
Periodontics 
Orthodontics 
Oral Medicine & Radiology
Community & Preventive Dentistry
 
For MD (Ayurveda)
 
Portion I:-
 
Ayurveda Ka Itihas 
Sanskrit 
Padarth Vigyan
Astang Sangrah 
Rachna Sharir
Kriya Sharir 
Swasthya Vritta
Dravyagun Vigyan 
Ras Shastra Bhaishaya Kalpana 
Agad Tantra Vyavahar Ayurveda AvamVidhi Vaidyak 
 
Portion II:-
 
Rog Vigyan Avam Vikriti Vigyan
Prasuti Tantra Avam Stri Rog
Kaumar Bhritya 
Kaya Chikitsa 
Shalya Tantra 
Shalakya Tantra 

Paper Pattern

BCECE PGMAT 2017 Paper Pattern:- 
 
For MD / MS / PG DIPLOMA Courses:-
 
The medium of Examination will be English.
There will be a common entrance Examination for all the courses consisting of two portions :
 
Pre / Para-clinical and (B) Clinical.
 
The Examination shall be of M.B.B.S. Standard and shall cover all the subjects of M.B.B.S. Course.
There may be more than one set of question paper wherein questions remaining the same, their serial numbers may vary.
 
The Examination will be of only one paper consisting of questions in two portions as follows. The duration will be of 3 hours and 15 minutes . In pre and para clinical subjects there will be a total of 100 questions and in clinical subjects there will be a total of 150 questions.
 
PORTION - I
 
Subjects Approximate Number of Questions
 
(i). Anatomy - 10 Qs
(ii). Physiology+Biophysics - 10 Qs
(iii). Biochemistry - 10 Qs
(iv). Pathology - 15 Qs
(v). Microbiology - 10 Qs
(vi). Pharmacology - 15 Qs
(vii). Preventive & Social medicine - 20 Qs
(viii). Forensic Medicine and Toxicology - 10 Qs
 
Total - 100 Qs
 
PORTION - II:-
 
Subjects - Approximate Number of Questions
 
(i). Medicine including Paediatrics/ Dermatology,STD & leprosy and Psychiatry - 50 Qs
(ii). Surgery including orthopaedics, PMR & other sub-specialities e.g. Anaesthesia, Radio Diagnosis and Radiotherapy - 50 Qs
(iii). Ophthalmology - 13 Qs
(iv). Otorhinolaryngology - 12 Qs
(v). Obstetrics & Gynaecology - 25 Qs
 
Total - 150 Qs
 
Each question shall be of four marks, which will be awarded for each correct answer. One mark will be deducted from the total marks obtained, for each incorrect answer. Zero mark will be given for questions not answered. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect answer and one mark will be deducted for every such answer.
 
For MDS:-
 
The medium of Examination will be English.
There will be an Entrance Examination for this course group consisting of two portions : Portion-I & Portion-II.
The Examination shall be of BDS Standard and shall cover all the subjects of BDS Course.
There may be more than one set of question paper wherein questions remaining the same, their serial numbers may vary.
The Examination will be of only one paper consisting of questions in two portions as follows. The duration will be of 3 hours and 15 minutes . In Portion-I there will be a total of 100 questions and in Portion-II, there will be a total of 150 questions. 
 
PORTION - I
 
Subjects - Approximate Number of Questions
 
(i). General & Oral Anatomy - 20 Qs
(ii). Physiology & Biochemistry - 10 Qs
(iii). Dental Materials - 10 Qs
(iv). General & Oral Pathology & Microbiology - 20 Qs
(v). General & Dental Pharmacology & Therapeutics - 20 Qs
(vi). General Medicine - 10 Qs
(vii). General Surgery - 10 Qs
 
Total - 100 Qs
 
 
PORTION - II
 
(i). Prosthodontics - 40 Qs
(ii). Conservative Dentistry - 20 Qs
(iii). Pedodontics - 15 Qs
(iv). Oral Surgery - 15 Qs
(v). Periodontics - 15 Qs
(vi). Orthodontics - 15 Qs
(vii). Oral Medicine & Radiology - 15 Qs
(viii). Community & Preventive Dentistry - 15 Qs
 
Total - 150 Qs 
 
Each question shall be of four marks, which will be awarded for each correct answer. One mark will be deducted from the total marks obtained, for each incorrect answer. Zero mark will be given for questions not answered. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect answer and one mark will be deducted for every such answer.
 
 
For MD (Ayurveda):-
 
The medium of Examination will be English / Hindi.
There will be an Entrance Examination for this course group consisting of two Portions : Portion-I & Portion-II.
The Examination shall be of Ayurvedacharya (BAMS / equivalent) Standard and shall cover all the subjects of BAMS Course.
There may be more than one set of question paper wherein questions remaining the same, their serial numbers may vary.
The Examination will be of only one paper consisting of questions in two portions as follows. The duration will be of 3 hours and 15 minutes . In Portion-I there will be a total of 100 questions and in Portion-II there will be a total of 150 questions.
 
PORTION - I
 
Subjects - Approximate Number of Questions
 
(i). Ayurveda Ka Itihas - 10 Qs
(ii). Sanskrit - 10 Qs
(iii). Padarth Vigyan - 10 Qs
(iv). Astang Sangrah - 10 Qs
(v). Rachna Sharir - 10 Qs
(vi). Kriya Sharir - 10 Qs
(vii). Swasthya Vritta - 10 Qs
(viii). Dravyagun Vigyan - 10 Qs
(ix). Ras Shastra Bhaishaya Kalpana - 10 Qs
(x) Agad Tantra Vyavahar Ayurveda AvamVidhi Vaidyak - 10 Qs
 
Total - 100 Qs 
 
PORTION - II
 
(i). Rog Vigyan Avam Vikriti Vigyan - 30 Qs
(ii). Prasuti Tantra Avam Stri Rog. - 15 Qs
(iii). Kaumar Bhritya - 15 Qs
(iv). Kaya Chikitsa - 30 Qs
(v). Shalya Tantra - 30 Qs
(vi). Shalakya Tantra - 30 Qs
 
Total - 150 Qs
 
Each question shall be of four marks, which will be awarded for each correct answer. One mark will be deducted from the total marks obtained for each incorrect answer. Zero marks will be given for question not answered. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect answer and one mark will be deducted for every such answer.

BCECE PGMAT Preparation

BCECE PGMAT Notification

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