Sunday, 31 December 2017

Manipal University Admission 2018 (MU OET) – Syllabus, Online Registration


Manipal University Admission 2018 – The Manipal University has announced the MU OET and non-entrance exam admission for session 2018-19. The MU OET 2018 will be held in the March, April, and May 2018. The candidates check all the important dates for each course from the table below. The application form for Manipal University Admission are available online and the candidates may access it from the link on this page. The candidates who will apply correctly will be able to book a slot. The slot booking is only to be done for those courses for which the entrance exam will be held. Candidates interested in Manipal University UG / PG Admission 2018may check eligibility criteria, selection procedure, important dates and more details from this page.


Manipal University Admission 2018

The candidates seeking admission in UG or PG offered by the Manipal University must know the important dates. Last date to apply are mentioned on the application form page. Some dates are yet to be announced but the candidates can check the tentative duration for each event from below.
CourseSlot BookingExam DateResult Dates
B.Tech, B.Pharm, PharmDFor I and II Attempt – 31 Mar to 05 Apr 2018
For III Attempt – 09 to 10 May 2018
For I and II Attempt – 19 April to 09 May 2018
For III Attempt – 11 May 2018
14 May 2018
BA-Media-and-Communication31 Mar to 15 Apr 201819, 29 Apr and 2, 6, 8 May 201811 May 2018
BBA31 Mar to 15 Apr 201819, 29 Apr and 2, 6, 8 May 201811 May 2018
B.Tech Lateral Entry10 to 13 May 201816 to 21 May 201824 May 2018
MA Media Communication / PGDCC / MFADF10 to 13 May 201816 to 21 May 201824 May 2018
Master of Physiotherapy18 to 20 May 201822 to 27 May 2018May 2018
Master of Audiology Speech Language Pathology18 to 20 May 201822 to 26 May 201830 May 2018
MCA20 to 26 May 201828 May to 02 Jun 201805 Jun 2018
M.Tech / ME23 to 27 May 201801 to 10 Jun 201813 Jun 2018
MSc Nursing17 to 19 Apr 201822 and 25 Apr 201828 Apr 2018
M.Pharm18 to 20 May 201822 to 27 May 2018May 2018
Pharm.D / Post Baccalaureate18 to 20 Mar 201822 to 27 May 201830 May 2018
MSc (Medical)23 to 27 May 201830 May to 04 Jun 201807 Jun 2018
M.Sc Clinical Psychology23 to 27 May 201830 May to 3 Jun 201806 Jun 2018
MPhil Clinical Psychology18 to 21 May 201828 to 30 May 201802 Jun 2018
B.ComN/AApr – May 2018May 2018
B.Com ProfessionalN/AApr – May 2018May 2018
MAFN/AJun 2018Jul 2018
PGDCCMay 2018Jun 2018Jul 2018
ME Dual DegreeN/AMay 2018Jun 2018
MSc Postgraduate DegreeN/AJun 2018Jun 2018
DMN/AJul 2018Will be displayed on the notice board of Manipal University after the interview
M.ChJul 2018Will be displayed on the notice board of Manipal University after the interview
Pharm D Post BaccalaureateMay 2018May 2018May 2018
MFAFMay 2018May 2018Jun 2018

Eligibility Criteria to Get Admission in Manipal University

Aspirant of all the courses will be required to satisfy the eligibility criteria of Manipal University Admission 2018. The criteria of eligibility for all the courses is mentioned below.
B.Tech: The applicant must have passed 10+2 / A Level / IB / American 12th Grade / etc from a recognized institute with minimum aggregate of 50%.
  • Basis of Admission – MU OET 2018
MBBS and BDS: Will be provided soon but candidates must have qualified 10+2 / equivalent.
  • Basis of Admission – NEET 2018
BBA: The applicant must have passed 10+2 / A Level / IB / American 12th Grade / etc from a recognized institute with minimum aggregate of 50%.
  • Basis of Admission – MU OET Merit
BE Twinning: The candidates must have passed Pass 10+2: CBSE, ICSE, ‘A’ Levels, IB, HSC, OSSD, American High School Diploma with minimum of 60% marks. Candidates with non-English medium can also apply if they have obtained a score of over 90 in TOFEFL.
  • Basis of Admission – Marks in Qualifying Exam.
  • Basis of Admission for Architecture course at ICAS – Above 80 marks in NATA.
B.Sc (in the field of Medicine): Candidates must have qualified 10+2 / A Level / IB / American 12th Grade / etc with minimum of 50% marks. The core subjects in the qualifying exam must be Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
  • Basis of Admission – Marks in Qualifying Exam
B.Sc (in Health Information Administration): In 10+2 / A Level / IB / American 12th Grade / etc the candidates must have secure above 50% marks in any stream.
  • Basis of Admission – Marks in Qualifying Exam
B.Sc (in Nursing): 10+2 / A Level / IB / American 12th Grade / etc are the qualifying examinations. In these, the candidates should have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English. The aggregate of these subjects should be more than 45% marks.
  • Basis of Admission – Marks in Qualifying Exam
Post Basic Diploma (in Neonatal, Oncology, and Operation Room Nursing):Candidates should have qualified any of B.Sc / PB BSc Nursing / GNM with minimum of 50% aggregate marks.
  • Basis of Admission – Marks in Qualifying Exam
PB B.Sc (in Nursing): After completing 10+2, the candidates should have done GNM (preferably with Science and completed before 01.06.2018). Along with this, the candidates must also be a registered Nurse and registered Midwife with State Nursing Registration Council.
  • Basis of Admission – Marks in Qualifying Exam
Post Basic Diploma (Cardiothoracic, Critical Care, Emergency & Disaster, Psychiatric /Mental Health , Neuroscience, Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Nursing, and Nurse Practitioner in Midwifery): The candidates need to qualify B.Sc / PB B.Sc Nursing / GNM with 55% aggregate marks.
  • Basis of Admission – Marks in Qualifying Exam
Note: The candidates may check the eligibility criteria and selection criteria of more courses – From Here

MU OET 2018 Registration and Application Form Submission

Candidates looking forward to take admissions to various professional degree courses from Manipal University for session 2018, are required to first get themselves registered online for taking MU OET 2018 exam.
The next step involves filling in the online MU OET 2018 application form and submission of the same via online mode. Before a candidate attempt to fill in the application form for MU OET 2018, reading all relevant instructions carefully is mandatory. Do not forget to pay the application fee and online exam fee either through Net Banking, Credit/Debit Card, and Demand Draft.
  • The candidates have to pay total of Rs. 2000 (Rs. 600 as application form and Rs. 1400 as exam fee)
Click Here to view Group Codes, Course Codes and Entrance test fee details.

MU OET 2018 Slot Booking and Admit Card

The slot booking for MU OET 2018 will open in the month of March 2018. The candidates will be able to book the slot online, from Manipal University Online Test Booking System (OTBS). The following guidelines are to be followed in order to book the slot and download the admit card.
  • In order to book the slot to take the online test, candidates need to go to the Manipal website.
  • Only those candidates are eligible to book their slot for taking online test 2018, who have duly filled in the application form and have submitted the same on or before the last date for doing so under a particular programme.
  • While booking the slot for the online test schedule, make sure that you have with you a xerox copy of your submitted application form and Password for booking the slot.
  • Once you have booked the slot then the same can not be changed in any circumstance.
  • Upon successful completion of slot booking procedure, Manipal University will send the online test booking password, much before the online test, to you through e-mail.
  • In case of non-receipt of such password, candidates should immediately contact the admission office.
  • In case, all slots in the centre of your choice is pre-occupied then you can book the slot for alternative test centre.
  • Once, the slot is booked, the system will generate an admit card. Candidates may downoload it and secure a copy of it.

MU OET 2018 Exam Pattern

The Manipal University is yet to announce the exam pattern of the examination. Candidates can check the last year’s exam pattern until then. It is as mentioned below.
B.Tech Aeronautical Engineering (Applicable to BTech/BPharm/PharmD courses)
Duration-2.30 hours,
  • There will be one question paper of multiple choice questions (MCQ), The approximate distribution of questions is as follows: Physics -50, Chemistry-50, Mathematics-70, English & General Aptitude-30.
B.Com, B.Com Professional, BBA
Duration – 2.00 hours,
  • There will be one question paper of multiple choice questions (MCQ), of the objective type which carries 100 marks which is divided into Numeracy (20), Conceptual (25), General English (20), General Awareness (20), Case Study (15).
Lateral B.Tech
Duration – 1 hour.
  • Diploma level-Mathematics (50), Physics (10), Chemistry (10) and Communication Skills in English(20)
  • BSc graduates with Mathematics will have a separate question paper consisting of 70 questions in Mathematics and 20 questions in Communication Skills in English.
MA- Master’s in Media & Communication
Duration – 2 hours.
  • There will be one question paper of 120 multiple choice questions (MCQ), of the objective type.
  • The test includes questions on reading comprehension, verbal ability (spotting errors, sentence improvement, vocabulary, etc.), quantitative & numerical ability (arithmetic, algebra, geometry, data interpretation etc.) and reasoning & general intelligence (analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, general intelligence etc.). There could also be a few questions on the latest trends and developments in the media, social and economic areas.
MAF -Master in Film Making
Duration – 2 hours.
  • There will be one question paper of 120 multiple choice questions (MCQ), of the objective type. The test includes questions on reading comprehension, verbal ability (spotting errors, sentence improvement, vocabulary, etc.), quantitative & numerical ability (arithmetic, algebra, geometry, data interpretation etc.) and reasoning & general intelligence (analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, general intelligence etc.). There could also be a few questions on the latest trends and developments in the media, social and economic areas.
Master in Physiotherapy
Duration – 2 hours
  • There will be one question paper of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ),of the objective type. The approximate distribution of questions is as follows: Physiotherapy in Community Health (10), Electro diagnosis (05), Ergonomics and Biomechanics (25), Exercise Physiology (05), Kinesiotherapeutics (25), Physiotherapy in Neurology (30), Physiotherapy in Cardio Pulmonary (30),Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics (30), Electrotherapy (20), Anatomy (10), Physiology(10).
MASLP
Duration – 2 hours.
  • It consists of 2 sections, section I includes 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) of objective type related to Speech and Hearing and section II includes 50 multiple choice questions related to Allied Health Subjects. The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:
    • Section I: Fluency (15), Articulation (15), Voice (15), Childhood Communication Disorder (15),Neurogenic Language Disorders (15), Neurogenic Speech Disorders (15), Diagnostic Audiology (15), Paediatric Audiology (10), Rehabilitative Audiology (07), Educational Audiology (08), Hearing Aids (15), Noise (05).
    • Section II: Anatomy (10), Physiology (05), Psychology (05), Electronics (05), Acoustics (05), Statistics &Research Methodology (05), ENT (05), Linguistics & Phonetics (10).
PGDCC – Post Graduate Diploma in Corporate Communication
Duration – 2 hours.
  • There will be one question paper of 120 multiple choice questions (MCQ), of the objective type. The test includes questions on reading comprehension, verbal ability (spotting errors, sentence improvement, vocabulary, etc.), quantitative & numerical ability (arithmetic, algebra, geometry, data interpretation etc.) and reasoning & general intelligence (analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, general intelligence etc.). There could also be a few questions on the latest trends and developments in the media, social and economic areas.
Master of Computer Applications
  • The test duration is of 1.30 hours and consists of 100 multiple choice questions (MCQ) of the objective type.
  • The subjects and approximate distribution of questions is as follows: Mental Ability (25), Basic Mathematics (10), General English (25) and Computer Aptitude (40).
ME -Embedded Systems & Instrumentation (Dual Degree)
Duration-1.30 hours.
  • There will be one question paper of 60 multiple choice questions (MCQ) of the objective type.
  • Each question carries four marks.
  • Each correct answer will be awarded four marks.
  • One mark will be deducted from the score for each wrong answer.
  • Each paper shall have 50 Questions from the respective disciplines & 10 questions from Engineering Mathematics.
ME – Master of Engineering
Duration-1.30 hours.
  • There will be one question paper of 60 multiple choice questions (MCQ) of the objective type.
  • Each question carries four marks. Each correct answer will be awarded four marks.
  • One mark will be deducted from the score for each wrong answer.
  • Each paper shall have 50 Questions from the respective disciplines & 10 questions from Engineering Mathematics.
  • Candidates applying for MSc Tech programs have to give an entrance test in any ONE of the following disciplines. Based on the qualifying degree, candidate is expected to select any one of the following discipline in the online test booking system. Request for change of discipline after selection in online test booking system will not be considered. The choice of the paper is the responsibility of the candidate.
M.Sc – Postgraduate Degree
Duration-2 hours and consists of 3 sections.
  • The approximate distribution of questions is as follows: Section 1-Zoology (40), Section 2-Botany (40), Section 3- Chemistry including Biochemistry (40).
  • The question paper is of multiple choice questions (MCQ) of the objective type, covering the syllabus of BSc level followed by major Indian Universities.
M.Sc Nursing – Master of Science in Nursing
Duration-2 hours.
  • There will be one question paper of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ) of objective type covering the subjects of BSc Nursing.
MPharm – Master of Pharmacy
Duration – 2 hours
  • There will be one question paper of 200 multiple choice question (MCQ), of the objective type.
  • The approximate distribution of questions is as follows: Pharmaceutical Analysis (25), Pharmaceutical Chemistry (25), Pharmacology (25), Pharmacy Practice (25), Pharmacognosy (25), Pharmaceutics (25), Pharmaceutical Marketing, Management & Jurisprudence (25), Biochemistry, Pathology, Physiology, Microbiology and Biotechnology (25).
PharmD – Post Baccalaureate
Duration – 2 hours
  • There will be one question paper of 200 multiple choice question (MCQ), of the objective type.
  • The approximate distribution of questions is as follows: Pharmaceutical Analysis (25), Pharmaceutical Chemistry (25), Pharmacology (25), Pharmacy Practice (25), Pharmacognosy (25), Pharmaceutics (25), Pharmaceutical Marketing, Management & Jurisprudence (25), Biochemistry, Pathology, Physiology, Microbiology and Biotechnology (25).
BA – Bachelor of Arts in Media & Communication
Duration – 2.00 hours
  • There will be one question paper of multiple choice questions (MCQ), of the objective type which carries 100 marks which is divided into Numeracy (20), Conceptual (25), General English (20), General Awareness (20), Case Study (15).

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