ENTRIES OF CANDIDATE’S PARTICULARS ON THE OMR ANSWER SHEET
(Note: Do NOT write anything in the box labeled “FOR INVIGILATOR ONLY”)
1. NAME OF THE CANDIDATE: Write your name in English as specified on the Admit Card in the squares provided in BOX-1, leaving one square blank between each part of your name.
2. SIGNATURE: Put your signature with date in Box-2
3. QUESTION BOOKLET NUMBER: The Question Booklet number is given on the cover of the Question Booklet supplied to you. Write this number in the squares provided in BOX-3.
4. ROLL NUMBER: Roll Number is the seven-digit number printed on your Admit Card. Write this number in the squares provided at the top in Box-4 and shade the corresponding circles.
5. APPLICATION NUMBER: Application number is the 6-digit number printed on your Admit Card. Write this number in the squares provided at the top in BOX-5 and shade the corresponding circles.
6. CENTRE CODE: Centre Coder is the 2-digit numeric code printed on your Admit Card. Write this number in the squares provided at the top in BOX-6 and shade the corresponding circles.
7. QUESTION PAPER SERIES: The question paper series is a one-letter alphabetic code indicated on the cover page of your Question Booklet. Write this letter in the square provided in BOX-7 and shade the corresponding circle.
8. STATUS: Indicate your status – internal or external – by shading the corresponding circle.
9. DATE OF BIRTH: Write your date of birth (in the Christian Era) as specified in the Application Form in the squares provided in BOX-9 and shade the corresponding circles.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MARKING ANSWERS ON THE OMR ANSWER SHEET
Read carefully the instructions given in the Question Booklet and complete all entries on the cover page thereof.
Put your signature in the place provided on the Question Booklet cover before attempting the questions to answer.
Each question is followed by four alternative answers. Select only one answer, which you consider as the most appropriate. Shade the relevant circle against the corresponding question number on the OMR Answer Sheet.
Selecting more than one answer for a question, even if one of the selected answers is correct, would result in its being treated as an incorrect answer.
Negative Marking: Incorrect answers shall result in a negative score of 25 per cent of the marks allotted to the question. For instance, if the correct answer to a question would get you one mark, the incorrect answer would take away 0.25 marks. However, the provision of Negative Marking will not be applicable in the Admission Tests of M.B.B.S. / B.D.S. / M.D.S. / M.D. / M.S. / P.G. Diploma/M.Ch. Courses in the Faculty of Medicine.
Answers should ONLY be marked on the OMR Answer Sheet. No answer should be written on the Question Booklet.