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Full form of AFMC is Armed Forces Medical College....
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First you should be eligible for appearing for the entrance examination of AFMC.
To be eligible
You should have Physics , Chemistry, biology in 10 + 2 (60% or more marks) English, other science subjects (50% or more ). In 10 th standard you should have passed in Maths.
Age criteria is lower-17 years,on or before 31st December of the applying year.
Upper age limit-25 years, 5 years relaxation in case of SC/ST/OBC candidates.
Candidates who are currently doing B.Sc final year should be 24 years on the year of application.

You should be an Indian citizen.
If you have migrated from Nepal, Bhutan,Bangladesh, Pakistan or any other country and settled in India can apply.
You should not be married or should not marry in between the course.
You should be fit.
if you wish to apply online can download the application form from the website. The form should be printed on A4 size paper only. You should fill in all the details very carefully. They can send the filled application form with a Demand Draft of Rs 250/- to AFMC Pune. You should also enter their name and registration behind the Demand Draft for reference.
You can also purchase the form from designated post offices by paying an amount of Rs 250/- through a Demand Draft.
Entrance Exam will be held by May 1st week.
Application can be purchased from December 3rd week 2010 to January last week
Final date of submitting the form is February 1st week
Results will be published by last week of May
Interview will be by June

Best of luck.




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Any one between the age of 1 7-25 in case of SC, ST and OBC their is 5 yrs of age relaxation.
You should be an Indian national
You should not be married


The candidate Age should between 17 Yrs of age 31st December and Must not attained the age of 22 yrs.

The candidate Should have a completed 12th with English,Physics,Chemistry and Biology Securing not less than 60% Marks and not less 50% marks in Each of the Science Subject.

The candidate must have also Passed an Examination In Mathematics at least of the Matriculation Level.

Only Unmarried male Candidate are Eligible for Armed Forces Medical College(AFMC).

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RESERVATION
(a) Ten seats out of 130 are reserved for candidates belonging to the scheduled
castes/scheduled tribes subject to the provisions
(b) In addition to the above 130 seats, Govt of India at its discretion through Ministry
of External Affairs & Ministry of Defence may sponsor and select foreign students from
friendly foreign countries for MBBS training in AFMC, under their aid/ collaboration
programmes.SC/ST CANDIDATES
The following procedure will be followed for admission of SC/ST candidates against the
reserved seats:-
(a) The SC/ST candidates must qualify in the written examination and come
within the zone to be called up for interview.
(b) They must come within the first 500 in the final combined merit list of boys and
girls.
(c) They must fulfill all other conditions/standards in so far as age, academic
qualification, medical fitness, and so on is concerned as applicable to non SC/ST
candidates.
(d) These reserved seats will be in addition to any vacancies secured by SC/ST
candidates on the basis of their position in the merit lists.
(e) If any SC/ST girls/boys are admitted against reserved vacancies the number of
girls/boys to be admitted against the general seats will be reduced correspondingly.
(f) All such candidates will have to sign a surety bond on the same lines and on the
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There is no fixed number of attempts but the age criteria limit your attempts . There will be two categories for age criteria depending on academic
qualifications:-
(i) Academic qualification of the candidate-10+2 or equivalent :- Should
attain the age of 17 years on 31 Dec 2012 but must not have attained the age of
22 years on that date i.e. must have been born not earlier than 01 January 1991
and not later than 31 December 1995.
(ii) Academic qualifications of the candidate :- Passed B.Sc. examination or
appearing in Final B.Sc. examination:- Must not have attained the age of 24
years i.e. must have been born not earlier than 01 January 1989.The criteria for
marks in the qualifying examination (10+2) or equivalent will be same for
candidates of this category...
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There will be two categories for age criteria depending on academic
qualifications:-
(i) Academic qualification of the candidate-10+2 or equivalent :- Should
attain the age of 17 years on 31 Dec 2012 but must not have attained the age of
22 years on that date i.e. must have been born not earlier than 01 January 1991
and not later than 31 December 1995.
(ii) Academic qualifications of the candidate :- Passed B.Sc. examination or
appearing in Final B.Sc. examination:- Must not have attained the age of 24
years i.e. must have been born not earlier than 01 January 1989.The criteria for
marks in the qualifying examination (10+2) or equivalent will be same for
candidates of this category...
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No, there is no relaxation for OBC .
RESERVATION
(a) Ten seats out of 130 are reserved for candidates belonging to the scheduled
castes/scheduled tribes subject to the provisions
(b) In addition to the above 130 seats, Govt of India at its discretion through Ministry
of External Affairs & Ministry of Defence may sponsor and select foreign students from
friendly foreign countries for MBBS training in AFMC, under their aid/ collaboration
programmes....
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The compulsory subjects are physics, chemistry, biology,English,other science subjects and Maths compulsory in 10th standard....
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There are set rules for foreigner .A candidate should be citizen of India. The candidate may be a subject of Nepal
or Bhutan or a person of Indian origin migrated from Pakistan or any other foreignGovt of India at its discretion through Ministry
of External Affairs & Ministry of Defence may sponsor and select foreign students fromfriendly foreign countries for MBBS training in AFMC, under their aid/ collaboration programmes.
country with the intention of permanently settling in India. Foreign nationals of Indianorigin may be admitted into AFMC only after they have acquired Indian citizenship or inrespect of whom a certificate of eligibility is issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs....
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A candidate should be citizen of India. The candidate may be a subject of Nepal
or Bhutan or a person of Indian origin migrated from Pakistan or any other foreign
country with the intention of permanently settling in India. Foreign nationals of Indian
origin may be admitted into AFMC only after they have acquired Indian citizenship or in
respect of whom a certificate of eligibility is issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs. Also go through other qualification required. All candidates should be medically fit as per laid down standards for the Armed Forces.

Only unmarried candidates are eligible. Marriage during the course is not permitted. The college is fully residential both for boys and girls.

AFMC 2012 EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION :

Applicants must have passed the XII standard/pre-professional/premedical examination or equivalent examination of statutory Indian University/Board or any other recognized Board/University as a regular student in all the subjects opted for in FIRST ATTEMPT with the subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology securing not less than 60% of aggregate marks in the three science subjects taken together, not less than 50% marks in each of the science subjects and not less than 50% marks in English. They must have also passed an examination in Mathematics at least of the matriculation standard. A graduate of B.Sc. examination with not less than two of the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany or Zoology) and also must have passed the earlier qualifying examination i.e. XII standard/Pre professional (Med) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English and obtained marks as stated above.

AFMC 2012 Reservation of seats

The Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune, was established in 1948 for post graduate courses. A graduate wing for MBBS course was started in AFMC on 04 Aug 1962 with the aim of inducting medical graduates to the Armed Forces Medical Services.

The AFM
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No , actually there are set medical standards for students . Please go through them .For further details please check www.afmc.nic.in . They have set standards if you found to be suffering from problem mentioned you will not be eligible. All hard work will be waste... ► Read more

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