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Old November 21st, 2016, 01:34 PM
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Default Re: Exam Date Of UPCPMT

Don’t worry I will tell you exam date and details of Uttar Pradesh Combined Pre Medical Test, so that you can remember.

Tentative dates

Online Application availability 2nd week March 2017
Last date to apply online 2nd week April 2017
Admit Card availability 2nd week May 2017
UPCPMT 2017 Exam Date 3rd week May 2017
Result 1st week June 2017
Counselling From last week of June 2017

Eligibility
Education–
Candidates passed 10+2 examination from a recognized State/Central Board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology with English as a core subject, will be eligible to appear in UPCPMT 2016 examination.

Age–
Minimum age 17 years

Exam pattern
The test comprises of 200 multiple choice objective type questions.

The Exam shall be for 3 hours.

Your 1 mark would be added for each right answer and no marks would be deducted for any wrong answer.

The language of paper is available in both English and Hindi.

The Distribution of subject and question is as follows:

Subject No of question
Physics 50
Chemistry 50
Zoology 50
Botany 50
Total 200

Syllabus
Physics: The syllabus of physics is divided into 2 sections which is as follows:

Section-1:
Electromagnetism
Electricity
Electron Physics
Radiation and Atomic Physics
Nuclear Physics
Section-2:
Measurements and Kinematics
Mechanics
Wave motion and Sound
General Properties of Matter
Heat
Light

Chemistry: The syllabus of chemistry is also divided into 2 segments.
Section-1:
Alkyl halides
Alcohols
Ethers
Aldehydes
Ketones
Isomerism
Aromatic Compound
Study of alkali
Alkaline metals

Section-2:
The study of Chemical Equilibria
Laws of Gases
Thermo chemistry
Transition Elements,
Catalyst
Preparation of Collidal Solution

Botany: The syllabus of Botany is also divided into 2 segments-

Section-1:
Cell
Ecosystem
Plant Kingdom,
Systematic study of Algae,
Bacteria
Fungi

Section-2:
The study of Photosynthesis
Respiratory system
Growth & Movements
Transpiration
Translocation
Heredity
Sporogenesis
Human evolution
Fruits
Cell Differentiation

Zoology: The syllabus of Zoology is also divided into 2 segments-

Section-1:
Animal Tissues
Arthopoda
Porifera
Protozoa

Section -2:
Organic Evolutions
Origin of Life
Genetics
Mutation
Animal Physiology
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