Compex Examination for (BE/ MBBS/ B. Pharma / B.SC(Ag)/BSc. (DT)/ B.VSc) -2013 rescheduled


Edu Sanjal     05 Apr 2014     05 Apr 2014   

Embassy of India announces rescheduling of Compex Examination -2013 for admission to under graduate level courses BE/ MBBS/ B. Pharma / B.SC(Ag)/BSc. (DT)/ B.VSc., due to some administrative reasons.

The exam will now be conducted at Kathmandu and Birganj centres on April 27, 2013 (Saturday) instead of previously notified date i.e April 06, 2013.

The Admit Cards of the students will be posted three days before the examination date on the Embassy’s website

Students are advised to take the print outs of Admit Cards and report at the examination centres directly.

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