Since there are 10 marks deduction in Public and Private Sector Medical and Dental Colleges admission from those who have improved FSc/HSSC marks. Some examination boards clearly mention ‘marks improved’ in Detail Mark sheets, while others don’t.
So how the scrutiny committee members find out if either marks are improved or not?
When Marks are deducted?
- If it’s mentioned in the Detailed Marks sheet of FSc.
- If FSc is completed in more than 2 years.
- If there is more than 2 years gap between SSC and FSc.
Now there must be candidates who have not improved marks but wasted year for other reasons, and that is the case when you have to produce an Attempt Certificate in order to avoid deduction.
Attempt Certificate can be obtained from the respective examination board.
If you don’t product Attempt Certificate, 10 marks will be deducted from obtained marks of FSc. Keep in mind 10 marks are more than enough in admissions 2019, since FSc weightage is now 50%.