The Medical Education Common Entrance Examination for Bachelor Level Programs, abbreviated as MECEE BL, is a medical entrance examination held in Nepal for individuals aspiring to pursue MBBS. Conducted by the Medical Education Commission, this examination is designed for both Nepali and international candidates seeking admission to medical professional education programs. Various universities, affiliated colleges, and academies throughout Nepal offer these programs.

Normal Fee: n/a
Late Fee: n/a
Opens at  2023-09-01
Closes at   2023-10-03
Full Marks: N/A
Pass Marks: N/A
Exam Type: Computer-based
Question Type: Objective
Number of Questions: 200
Duration:3 hours
Negative Marking: There is no negative marking for unattempt questions.


  • Candidates must have successfully completed their higher secondary certification (10+2) or an equivalent educational program with a focus on Physics, Chemistry, and Biology from a recognized national board.
  • To meet the eligibility criteria, candidates are required to secure a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate or a GPA of 2.4 or its equivalent.
  • To qualify for the entrance examination, all candidates must attain a minimum score of 50% in either MECEE BL or MECEE UG.
  • Priority for admission to bachelor programs in medical institutes will be given to candidates who have applied through MECEE 2024.
  • Foreign candidates who have successfully passed the examination must present their original documents at the time of admission.
  • A notice will be issued for qualified candidates to select their preferred institutions. Following this, a computer-based matching process will consider the candidates' merits and their chosen colleges to allocate the best available seats.
  • Any remaining seats, after the completion of the matching process for international candidates, will be transferred to the Nepalese Open (paying) Seats.

Programs that require MECEE BL