AFMC Solved papers
Armed Forces Medical College Pune is a premier medical institution in India. AFMC has the distinction of being the first medical college set up by the Armed Forces of any country in Asia. The college is a unique institution which combines medical education with training specific to the health care needs of the Armed Forces. AFMC has been consistently rated among the top three medical colleges in India by surveys published by reputed newsmagazines for the past decade. It has received accreditation from NAAC with ‘A’ Grading and during re-accreditation carried out recently has been awarded cumulative grade point average of 3.51 out of a maximum 4, which was the highest ever awarded to any institution in India, till that time.
Armed Forces Medical College was established on 01 May 1948. The institution conducts training of medical undergraduates and post-graduates, nursing undergraduates and post-graduates, dental postgraduates and paramedical staff. Patient care forms an integral part of the training curriculum and the affiliated hospitals utilise the expertise available at AFMC. The institution is responsible for providing the entire pool of specialists and super specialists to Armed Forces by giving them in-service training. Thus AFMC forms the backbone of high quality professional medical care being provided to the Armed Forces.
The institute is affiliated to the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik. The Medical Council of India has recognized the institute. For admission to its MBBS course, AFMC conducts an all India entrance exam every year. Through this test it admits 130 students of which 105 are boys and 25 are girls. After the completion of the course the students have to serve the Armed Forces Medical Services as commissioned officers for at least 7 years. For this purpose the guardians of the students are required to sign a bond at the admission time. If a student is removed from service, he or she has to pay the specified bond amount according to the rules laid down by Govt. of India.
The course is of five years duration. The entrance exam is held in single stage and after that an interview is taken.
The paper is of objective types with questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English Language comprehension, and Logic and Reasoning.
There are 200 objective questions in the paper with 50 each from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and 25 each from English Language comprehension and Logic and Reasoning. Negative marking is also there, all questions being of equal weight. AFMC calls all the successful candidates for personal interview.Here wr are given some AFMC Solved papers and question paper for for better results.
The Academic Qualifications required for getting admission into this course are
Candidate must have passed all the subjects opted for in the first attempt of the qualifying examinations as a regular candidate with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken simultaneously
Should not have secured less than 60% of the aggregate marks in these 3 science subjects taken together
Securing not less than 50% marks in English and 50% marks in each of the science subjects
Must have also passed an examination in Mathematics of the 10th standard
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