Entrance Exams Medical, Pharmacy & Nursing

Uttar Pradesh Common Admission Test - DENTAL(UP CAT)

Information

The UPCAT-DENTAL has been formulated to provide a reliable judge mental parameter for students desirous of joining private Dental College in U.P. The objective of UPCAT-DENTAL is to segregate and select candidates with the right aptitude and knowledge, which is suitable for pursuing a professional course in Dentistry.

Important dates and Eligibility

Eligibility

A candidate for admission to the MDS course (Master of Dental Surgery) must have a recognised degree of BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) awarded by an Indian University in respect of recognised Dental College under Section 10(2) of the Dentists Act, 1948 or an equivalent qualification recognized by the Dental Council of India and should have obtained permanent registration with the State Dental Council. Candidates not possessing a recognized Dental qualification for the above purpose should secure the prior approval of his qualifications by the Dental Council of India before he can be admitted to the MDS Course of any University in India.
Qualification for the above purpose should secure the prior approval of his qualifications by the Dental Council of India before he can be admitted to the MDS Course of any University in India.
Candidates who possess PG Diploma recognised by the DCI with the duration of 2 years (proposed) in particular specialty is eligible for admission in MDS in the same specialty and the duration will be 2 years. The syllabus of two years programme will be as per the concerned university guidelines.
Provided that in the case of a foreign national, the Dental Council of India may, on payment of the prescribed fee for registration, grant temporary registration for the duration of the postgraduate training restricted to the dental college/institution to which he is admitted for the time being exclusively for postgraduate studies.
Provided that further temporary registration to such foreign national shall be subject to the condition that such person is duly registered as dental practitioner in his own country from which he has obtained his basic dental qualification and that his degree is recognised by the corresponding dental council or concerned authority.

Application Fee and Mode of Payment

Application  forms can be obtained from all participating Dental colleges of U.P. against  payment of Rs. 1,500/-.
 
for details visit  website : www.upcatdental.net
 
 

Details

PATTERN OF UPCAT-DENTAL
All candidates should appear for the Uttar Pradesh Common Admission Test (UPCAT-DENTAL). The entrance examination will comprise of an objective type examination of 180 minutes duration containing 200 questions of 200 marks. There will be 50 questions each for Physics, Chemistry, Zoology & Botany. The syllabus for entrance examination will be as per the 10 + 2 examination (ICSE/CBSE/U.P. Board or equivalent). The question paper will be given in English only. The candidate is required to answer 200 MCQs in 3 hours. Each question shall carry equal marks.
All questions will be objective type with Multiple (1, 2, 3, 4) choice of which, only one will be the appropriate response and therefore the correct choice. Each correct answer will be awarded one mark. Zero marks shall be given to no response. There will be no negative marking for incorrect answer or more than one choice indicated against a question.
MARKING THE OMR ANSWER SHEET
Answer Sheets are scanned by machine and scores computed. Accuracy in scoring is dependent on the examines marking their answer sheets properly and the completeness of their erasures when used. Therefore, accurate scoring is dependent on your strict adherence to the following procedures: Answer sheets have three parts : Part A, Part B and Part C. Part A is to be filled in with ink while Part B and Part C should be filled in with HB Pencil only. The method of filling the answer sheets is given as under (refer to sample attached).

PART-A (To be filled in with ink)

1. Name Restrict your name to the boxes given in the form.
2. Date of Birth Enter as applicable (Ex. 10 April, 1982)
3. Address This is meant for your complete address.
4. Test Date Enter test date (Ex. 25th May, 2008)
5. Candidate's Signature & Invigilator's Signature This is to be signed in front of the invigilator.
Answer Sheets are scanned by machine and scores computed. Accuracy in scoring is dependent on the examines marking their answer sheets properly and the completeness of their erasures when used. Therefore, accurate scoring is dependent on your strict adherence to the following procedures: Answer sheets have three parts : Part A, Part B and Part C. Part A is to be filled in with ink while Part B and Part C should be filled in with HB Pencil only. The method of filling the answer sheets is given as under (refer to sample attached).
PART-B (To be shaded in with HB Pencil only)

 

6. Name of the Candidate Restrict your name to the boxes given in the form
7. Centre Code Enter your centre code as applicable (Ex. 191)
8. Booklet Series To be filled as applicable (Given on Question Paper)
9. Examination Roll No. (Nine Digit) Example: 550001000 (Starting from left box to right box)
PART-C (Reverse Side)- To be shaded in with HB Pencil Only
The method ofshadingthe circles has been indicated in "Important Instructions" on Side 1 of the answer sheet and these must be strictly followed. No calculator is allowed to be used in the test.
Note : It is your responsibility to make certain that you understand and follow the directions for completing your answer sheet.
Candidate should not indicate the answer in any other way (i.e., tick mark, cross, dot line etc. are not accepted). Please do not make any stray marks on the answer sheet. If more than one circle is darkened, or if the response is marked in wrong manner, it shall betreated as a wrong answer.
If candidate wants to change any answer on the answer sheet, he / she must erase completely the existing pencil mark and then darken the appropriate circle with pencil. Candidate must ensure thaf no visible mark is left after erasing the wrong answer. Candidate should not do any rough work or writing work on the Answer Sheet. All rough work should be done in the Examination Booklet.
The order of question is not the same in all Examination Booklets; the pages are jumbled. So, candidates should not change their Examination Booklet during the examination. If you do so, your answers would be marked wrong.
No request for revaluation of answer sheet shall be entertained.

Test Centers

Delhi and Lucknow only

Curriculum

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