Medical Education Common Entrance Examination for Bachelor Level (MECEE BL 2022) 2078 is being held from Chaitra 18 to Chaitra 21. The Medical Education Commission has stated that 34 thousand 665 candidates will participate in the Common Entrance Examination at the undergraduate level.
According to the commission, a total of 34,665 candidates including 19,508 on the first day, 12,262 on the second day and 2,895 on the third day will participate in the examination.
There are 111 examination centers in the Kathmandu Valley. The commission has requested all to provide necessary assistance to make the examination dignified and systematic.
111 examination centers have been set up in Kathmandu Valley for the examination. According to the commission, a total of 34,665 candidates will participate in the examination on the first day of Chaitra 18, 19,508, the second day of Chaitra 20, 12,262, and the third day of Chaitra 21, 2,895.
The commission has issued a press release requesting that no one should engage in misleading and unauthorized propaganda on sensitive issues like exams.
The commission had formed a committee to study the number of unauthorized persons in the examinations conducted in the past, the unnatural and unconventional news from the region, and the unrestrained propaganda on social media.
‘In the case of the submission of a report, including the names of persons who have disseminated propaganda in an unrestricted manner; Candidates who are diligently and sensitively preparing for the upcoming exams will be seriously affected by such misleading and misleading propaganda which, given the fact, they are requested not to engage in misleading and unauthorized propaganda on sensitive issues like exams, ”the statement said.
Notice Medical Education Commission (MEC)