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Eligibilty for Napalese students

Admissions for self financed Nepalese students are admitted through Kathmandu University’s written medical entrance test (KUMET) held during the month of June/July. The Kathmandu University (KU calls for applications in June-July each year. The advertisements appear in prominent National Dailies. Successful candidates are put on 3 merit lists - A, B & C. The DMCRI invites merit candidates from A.B.C lists for an interview, after which another merit list is drawn up and the admissions are based on this DMCRI  merit list.


Eligibility for Indian Students
  1. At least 50% marks in Physics (P), Chemistry(C), Biology (B) and English (E); 50% in put together (PCB & PCBE) and a minimum aggregate of 50% marks at the 10+2 or equivalent examination. 
  2. He / she should have completed 17 years of age on or before 31st July of the admission year
  3. If a student has a compartment in any subject, the marks that he / she obtained in the pass attempt are considered for calculating eligibility. 
  4. Medium of instruction is English. 
  5. These eligibility requirements take care of the Medical Council of India requirements. 
  6. There is no entrance examination for Indian students. 


Eligibility  for International Students
  1. GCE A Level / other equivalent examination 
  2. Minimum of credit passes in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) at the ‘A’ level or equivalent examination 
  3. Minimum of credit pass in English at AS/‘O’ level or equivalent examination 
  4. Any other High School/10+2 board examination 
  5. 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology (PCB). These 3 subjects must be opted at the level of Stds 11 and 12. 
  6. Medium of instruction at schooling should have been English. 
  7. All candidates must complete 17 years of age on or before 31st July of the admission year
  8. SAT / TOEFL is not required. If a candidate has appeared for SAT exam, enclose a copy of SAT score sheet (SAT 1 & SAT 2: Physics, Chemistry & Biology). There is no entrance Examination.