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The PG All India post graduate physiotherapy entrance test (referred to as AIPGPET) is conducted for selection of candidates for admission to Masters of Physiotherapy (M P T) of D. Y. Patil University, situated in its campus at Nerul, Navi Mumbai, 400 706, Maharashtra State. Department of Physiotherapy, Pad. Dr. D. Y. Patil University. DYPU AIPGPET Recognized by the Indian Association of Physiotherapists and Maharashtra State Council for Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists. The Medium of Instruction for the course is English.
Mode of Entrance Test :
=> The DYPU AIPGPET will be of three and a half hours duration. There will be one question Paper at the Entrance Test in English medium containing 300 multiple choice questions (MCQs), Each correct answer carries one mark.
=> There is no negative marking. Other details regarding, specimen answer sheet, method of making answers etc.
=> are given separately in this prospectus. However, syllabus can be downloaded from the University website.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR APPEARING AT DYPU AIPGPET
=> The candidate must be an Indian National. Nationality certificate issued by the District Magistrate Or Additional District Magistrate or
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate/Valid passport shall constitute proof of Nationality.
=> The candidate must have passed Bachelor of Physiotherapy examination from an IAP recognized Physiotherapy College
=> The candidate who is undergoing rotatory mandatory internship & is likely to obtain the Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy on or before
Date of examination can also appear for the entrance test.
=> Such candidates will be required to submit a certificate from the Principal/ Dean of the College regarding the likely date of completion of their internship training, failing which their application will be treated as incomplete & shall be rejected
DYPU AIPGPET Coordinator:
D. Y. Patil University
Padmashree Dr. D.Y.Patil Vidyanagar,
Navi Mumbai -400706.
Contact No.: 91- 022-27719217