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Rules and Regulations for Admissions

  1. Candidates should have secured a minimum of 50 % of marks at +2 level for admission to B.E.M.S.
  2. Selection for B.E.M.S course will be made on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination.
  3. Qualified medicos are eligible for Board Enrolement.
  4. The student must be Indian & aged above 17 years.
  5. Candidates appearing for interview must produce the following original certificates
    i) S.S.L.C & +2 Mark sheets or Degree mark sheets, Provisional certificates or Degree certificates.
    ii) Conduct certificate.
    iii) Transfer certificate.
    iv) Certificate of medical fitness.
    v) Community certificate
  6. Students who are selected for admission should pay the fees immediately after the interview.
  7. Fees once paid will not be refunded on any ground.
  8. All original certificates produced at the time of admission will be retained by the institute office and will n ot be returned under any circumstances till the students leaves the institution ( Hence students are advised to take adequate number of xerox copies of their original c ertificates before submitting them in the office)
  9. After admission, if they are found ineligible, their admission will be cancelled.
  10. Medium of instruction is English

Rules and Regulations for Exams


Minimum 85% attendance is compulsory in each subject for regular candidates to take up the final examination.Students not being allowed to sit for the regular examination due to shortage of attendance.Candidates having attendance of less than 60% will have to start the classes afresh for the next regular examination of next batch.


BEMS board Examination will be held at the end February at every year.Candidates appearing for the regular BEMS examination shall appear in theory, oral and practical examination in our Institute.


There are four papers each year. Each subject carries 150 Marks. (Theory :100 Marks & Practicals:50 Marks).BEMS students have to compulsorily secure at least 40 per cent marks in theory including orals and minimum of 40 per cent in practicals to be declared passed.


Candidates can apply for revaluation within 15 days from the date of declaration of their results failing which no revaluation will be done.

Supplementary Examination

As there is one session every year hence the candidates failed in March board exam can appear for the September Arrear exam.

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