Naimat-ul-Mahan, daughter of Muhammad Amin, secured first position with 157 points out of 180. Arun Mahajan bagged the second slot with 153.5 points while other three positions were bagged by Majid Aijaz (149), Ubaid-ul-Imtiyaz (149) and Tania Verma (148.75).
“Among boys, the cut-off in the merit list is 126 while among females 117.5 points is the last position in the merit list,” he said.
Chairman of Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE), G H Tantray told Rising Kashmir that 16318 candidates had appeared in the test for admission in MBBS, BDS, BVSC, BAMS, BUMS, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Tech and other allied courses. The examination was held on July 31.
He said the Board had provided carbon copy of the answer sheets to the candidates and had put the answer key on the Board’s website.
Tantray said the candidates had been asked that if they find any discrepancies in the answers they should bring it to Board’s notice.
“We received some representations about four questions including one in Physics, two in Chemistry and one in Biology. We considered the complaints,” he added.
For MBBS/BDS the Board would start counseling from August 20, he added.
“The candidates should be present personally in the counseling along with admit cards issued by BOPEE,” Tantray said.
“Board has also extended last date of admission in diploma courses in polytechnics till August 15,” he added.