Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Admission Test (SAAT)
Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Admission Test (SAAT), a national level entrance test is conducted by Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University every year to select bright students from different parts of our country.
The test is being conducted for different programs offered in different constituent institutes / schools of the university. SAAT-2016, the eighth edition of this entrance test, will be held in May 2016 (Tentative) at 70 centers across 46 cities of India.
The test is primarily a multiple choice type written test and the standard of the test is comparable with any other national level entrance test.
All Indian candidates interested to study MBBS at Institute of
Medical Sciences and SUM Hospital, established in 2005, is a leading medical institute providing quality medical education and global standard health care services.
The Medical Council of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India has approved the MBBS programme of the institute since 2007-2008 and post graduate (MD) programmes from 2011. Its evolving growth is based on value added medical education & research.
The MBBS students are exposed to multi specialty facilities like Dialysis, CT Scan, MRI, Cath Lab along with ICU, ICCU, NICU and PICU as an integral part of their learning. The students learn the sensitive issues in medical science and health care with simultaneous emphasis on the introduction of technology in critical surgery, diagnosis and life support systems. Fibre optics, digital sensors & display, nano technology have become regular part of medical education that IMS imparts.
SUM Hospital is an intrinsic part of the Institute of Medical Sciences with a total number of 750 beds, 25 intensive care beds and 150 cabins. SUM Hospital offers therapeutic care with a focus on preventive care for a healthy society. IMS & SH have a promise to serve the society with care and human touch.
240 Objective type questions (four options with single correct answer). There will be 60 questions each from Physics & Chemistry and 120 from Biology.
Each 60 question will be a 1 hour exam.
Each correct answer carries 4 marks and for each wrong answer 1 mark will be deducted.
Medium of Examination is English only.
(a) Candidate should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December of the year of his/her admission.
Upper age limit is 25 years and there is a further relaxation of 3 years incase of OBC/SC/St candidates.
(b) Candidates must have studies Physics, chemistry, Biology & English in Class 12th and should have an aggregate of over 60% in PCB.
No Syllabus has been prescribed by the Institute for the examination.
Availability of Application Forms – March 2016
Last date of Submission – 1st week of April 2016
Date of Examination – 1st week of May 2016.
Declaration of Results – 1st week of June 2016.
Not yet released for 2016.
Please click here to download 2015 Information Bulletin.