Eligibility Criteria:

No candidate shall be allowed to be admitted to the Medical curriculum of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S.) Course until.
(1) He/She shall complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission to the MBBS Course.
(2) He or she has passed the qualifying examination as under:
(a) The Senior Secondary Examination of the Indian School Certificate Examination which is equivalent to 10+2 after a period of 12 years study, the last 2 years of study must comprise of Physics, Chemistry, Biology with English as compulsory subject.

Notes: Where the Course content is not as prescribed for 10+2 educational structure of the National Committee, the candidate will have to undergo period of one year Pre-professional training before admission to the Medical Colleges. The Pre-professional course may be conducted either at a Medical College or a Science College.

In the Rajasthan PMT, there will be three papers, one each from Physics, Chemistry and Biology of 300 marks. The paper from Biology shall comprise of Section 'A' Botany of 150 marks and Section 'B' Zoology of 150 marks of the standard of qualifying examination.

Eligible candidates of this category shall be admitted as per following priorities-cum-merit of the Pre-medical Test Examination.

Selection :

(i) The selection of students to Medical College shall be based solely on the merit of the candidate through a Competitive Entrance Examination except for the candidates belonging to the categories of subclause a & b of the Clause-11. Reservation and priority-cum-merit through State Competitive Entrance Examination for the category of sub-Clause 'e' of the clause-II Reservation.

(ii) The aforesaid competitive examination-State Pre-Medical Test shall be conducted by the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, in the subjects in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the manner to be decided by it.

(iii) To be eligible for the State Pre-Medical Test the candidate must have fulfilled the eligibility criteria including the qualifying examinations as enumerated under sub-clause-2 of the Clause-III.

(iv) The eligible passed candidates in the State Pre-Medical Test will be admitted in the order of merit for the general as well as reserved seats excepting the seats belonging to the category of the sub-Clause 'e' of Clause-II in which case it would be priority-cum-merit.

(v) Candidates securing equal marks in the State Pre-Medical Test will be admitted -in the following order of preference.

(a) One who has secured, more marks in the science subjects of 10+2 or its equivalent examination.

(b) Among candidates securing equal number of marks in the 10+2 or its equivalent examination, who have passed in lesser number of attempts will be given preference. If there is a further tie, candidates who have secured more marks in Secondary examination or its equivalent examination will be given preference.

Interview and Allotment of Place of Study:

(i) The selection will be done by the Undergraduate Admission Board consisting of all the Principals/ Representatives of the state Medical Colleges with principal of S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur as its Convener.

(ii) Eligible candidates who have passed the State Pre-Medical Test shall be called for interview by the Principal, S.M.S. Medical College and Convener of the Undergraduate Admission Board to appear before the Undergradute Admission Board constituted by the State Govt. The presence of the candidates of his/her authorised representative at interview is essential. The intimation of the interview to candidate shall be by way of a letter Under Postal Certificate (U.P.C.), through Newspapers, other media & through Medical Colleges Notice Board.

(iii) Interview and allotment of the College will be done within three weeks of declaration of the result of State Pre-Medical Test.

(iv) The list of candidate called for interview will be put on the Notice Board of the S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur, three days before the date of interview. The Candidates found un-suitable by the Admission Board will be rejected. All the original certificates and marks sheets must be brought by the candidate at the time of interview.

(v) The Undergraduate Admission Board shall interview the candidates and allocate them college strictly on the basis of merit-cum-preference list given in writing on or before the scheduled date. The candidates will be allowed to withdraw and submit a fresh preference list in writing at the time of his/her interview. The presence of candidates or his /her authorised representative at interviews is essential.

(vi) For reasons, to be recorded in writing, if the Admission Board suspects that a particular candidate has obtained certificate by mis-representing facts, the matter will be referred to the concerned District agistrate. On receipt of the enquiry report the Admission Board shall take the final decision regarding the admission of the candidate.

(vii) A provisional list of the candidates selected by the Admission Board will be put on the Notice Board of the S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur. The candidate shall be given provisional admission card of allotted college. All selected candidates will be. examined by the Medical Board, appointed by the Principal of the respective Medical Colleges, at the Medical college allotted to the students on the basis of criteria evolved for the medical examination by the Principal regarding their general and physical fitness. The candidates found unsuitable will be rejected. The decision of the Medical Board in this respect will be final.

(viii) The academic session should start within two weeks of allotments of college.

(ix) The last date of submitting vacancy position due to not joining of the allotted candidate within stipulated time to the Convener shall be within 4 weeks of allotment of College.

(x) Re-allotment of vacancies will be done by the Undergraduate Admission Board on interview of the candidates within 14 days of the last date of submitting the vacancy position.

(xi) The candidate is entitled for re-allotment/reshuffling only if he/she joins and continues the allotted courses and college, failing which his/her selection will be terminated.

(xii) The vacancies due to not joining of the candidates within the stipulated time shall be filled by re-allotment by the Undergraduate Admission Board on the basis of merit-cum-preference and the resultant vacancies or such vacancies which could not be filled, by taking the candidates from the waiting list on merit cum-preferences at the time of interview. The candidates can also give their names for waiting list for any vacancies to be created in future. No admission shall be given after three months from the date of initial selection, even if any vacancies occur subsequently.

Additional Conditions for Physically Handicapped Candidates:

As per Medical Council of India vide No. MIC-34(l)/2003-Med/l1773 dated 14.7.2003 and endorsed by Govt. of Rajasthan vide P-5/2/ME/Gr-l/99 dated 30.7.2003.

1. The persons who are visually handicapped and hearing desalted should be deleted from this category and they should not be considered for admissions in MBBS courses.

2. Only persons with locomotor disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70% should be allowed the benefit of reservation under the Disability Act for admission in the medicine courses. This condition shall apply to admission in all medicine courses for reserved seats.

3. The last valid disability certificated of the candidate from a Medical Board should not be more than three months old from the date of submitting his/her application for seeking admission in the reserved category for disabled candidates.

Scheme of Examination:


For a competitive examination no syllabus can be prescribed. It is an exercise to pick up the best. However, the following pages contain only a broad outline. Questions may be asked even on topics not given in this course outline.


The RPMT/RPVT will consist of three question papers one each in Physics, Chemistry and Biology each of 2 hours duration, having maximum marks 300 for each paper.


The question paper in all the subjects will consist of multiple choice objective type questions. (See sample questions on pp 8-16 of this booklet)


The question paper of each subject will be in the form of a test booklet containing 100 questions bearing number 1, 2, 3............100. There would be four suggested answer, (a), (b), (c), (d) to each question. The candidates are required to choose the correct answer and mark the correct answer a or b or c or d in the cage corresponding to that question in the OMR answer sheet provided in the examination hall with the question booklet.


The lower part of each even numbered page of the booklet has been kept blank for rough work. The square printed with each question may be used for deciding the correct answer from the suggested alternatives. It will be collected from them at the end of examination along with the answer sheet. Assessment will be made only on the basis of the answer written on the OMR answer sheet.


Two additional answer sheet with carbon papers shall be available in the question paper booklet. The candidate will be allowed to have last carbon copy of the answers sheet and take home at the end of the examination on each day so that they can verify the correctness of the answers from the Master Key which will be published in newspapers after the declaration of RPMT/RPVT Results. First two copies of the answer sheet are for office use. Candidate will take away only the last CARBON COPY.


The question paper in Physics as well as in Chemistry shall contain 10 questions from each unit. The question paper in Biology shall be divided in two Parts; Section (A) Botany and (B) Zoology, and shall contain five questions from each unit of Botany and five questions from each unit of Zoology.


Three marks will be awarded for every correct answer and one mark will be deducted for every wrong answer and zero for not attempted questions.


The minimum qualifying marks will be 50% of the total aggregate of all the subjects with at least 33% marks in individual subject. For SC/ST/OBC candidates there will be relaxation of 10% marks in aggregate. There will be no relaxation in minimum qualifying marks for other categories.


The merit list will be prepared on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained in all the three subjects.


Even if a candidate's name occurs in merit list he shall be eligible for admission to MBBS/BDS/B.V.Sc. & A.H. course if he fulfils the eligibility and other conditions for RPMT/RPVT. The decision of the Admission Board in this matter shall be final.

Examinations centres :

The examinations for RPMT/RPVT may be held at the centres located in the following cities : Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Dausa, Jaipur, Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur, Kota, Sri Ganganagar and Udaipur.

Markings :

Each question paper shall be of 300 marks and shall contain 100 objective type questions. Each question shall have four options to answer, out of which only one shall be correct. '+3' marks shall be awarded for each correct answer,'-1' for a wrong answer, and '0' for un attempted questions.

Note: For detail information please read the broucher circulated by concerned deptt. of Medical College. The information may vary from time to time.