Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Government in a decision taken on Tuesday removed the age limit of 25 years for Combined Pre-Ayush Test (CPAT) 2017 conducted for admissions to Ayurvedic, Unani, and Homoeopathy colleges.
The government also decided that the applicants should must be a resident of Uttar Pradesh to apply for the coveted exam.
The University of Lucknow has from September 12 started the application process for the Uttar Pradesh Combined Pre Ayush Test – UP CPAT 2017.
Candidates who wish to apply for the entrance examination to Unani, Ayurvedic and Homeopathy colleges across the state can fill the form on the official website on or before September 25.
The registration for CPAT 2017 should be done through online mode only. Interested candidates can visit the official website cpatup2017.in and complete the application process.
The Combined Pre-Ayush Test CPAT 2017 will be held on October 04, from 01:00 pm to 04:00 pm as an offline exam.
How to apply for CPAT-2017:
- Go to the official website www.cpatup2017.in
- Click on the relevant link
- Enter all the required details in the prescribed format
- Click to submit and take print out of the same for future use
The admission into these programmes was supposed to be done based on NEET scores but later on it is decided that the admission would be done through Common Entrance Test (CET).
Candidates whould note that the counselling process will be common for Government and Private Colleges of the state.
Lucknow University will upload the admit cards on September 29 and the candidates will have to download the same using their registration number. The result of UP CPAT 2017 is expected to be declared on October 12. The counseling process is expected to commence from October 16, 2017.
Last year, the first ever Ayush entrance exam in Uttar Pradesh was conducted by Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi in September. Over 16 thousand aspirants took the CPAT held in 2016 for around 3 thousand seats in Ayush courses.