AFMC MBBS 2015 Application Form - The application form AFMC MBBS 2015 is available to from April 21, 2015. Candidates who wish to pursue MBBS programmes from AFMC, Pune can fill the AFMC MBBS 2015 application form in online mode from the link given below. The last date of AFMC MBBS 2015 registration is May 15, 2015. The last date for filling online AFMC MBBS 2015 application form is May 18, 2015. Applicants are advised to read the instructions carefully before applying for AFMC MBBS 2015 Application Form.
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According to officials, all those aspirants who want to pursue their MBBS programs from AFMC Pune must have attained the age of 17 years on December 31, 2015 but must not have attained the age of 22 years on the given date.
AFMC MBBS 2015 Application Form can be filled in three steps. Applicants can check detail of AFMC 2015 Application procedure and can apply, from the link given in this article. Candidates must fill all the required fields in AFMC 2015 Application form in capital letter.
AFMC MBBS 2015 Application Fee – The cost of AFMC MBBS 2015 application fee is Rs. 250. The fee can be paid through SBI bank challan. The bank challan can be obtained after filling up the application form.
AFMC MBBS 2015 Application Procedure:
Step – 1 Registration / Account Generation and Login
Method for filling up Online Application:
Create Login id and password by clicking the MBBS admission link which is on the right hand side
New applicants can register by clicking on the New User – Click Here to Register. For registering candidates have to enter their name in capital letters as mentioned in your Class X / SSLC / Higher Secondary / CBSE certificate, valid E-mail id, AIPMT 2015 Roll, Qualified exam, contact number, gender and date of birth
It must be noted that for registration candidates can use their email id for one time only. If they have wrongly submitted the form they will not be able to register again with the same e-mail id
Applicant must carefully enter their AIPMT 2015 Roll number and E-mail ID correctly. Merit list of AFMC MBBS Course will be on the basis of AIPMT 2015 score. There is no provision of correction of Roll numbers once it is entered and submitted
A password will be generated on submission of AFMC MBBS 2015 application form which will be sent to register E-mail ID. Login into your registered E-mail ID and retrieve the password that has been sent to you
Applicants can only login to their account by entering the login name i.e. e-mail id and password
Part 2 – Filling of Qualification Details in AFMC MBBS 2015 application form
At this stage candidates have to fill their qualification detail and other relevant information as required
All fields marked with a red star (*) are mandatory to fill otherwise AFMC MBBS 2015 application will not be accepted
Documents of candidates shortlisted for AFMC MBBS 2015 interview will be verified as per the details as mentioned at this stage
Part 3 – Filling of Personal Details
In this part of AFMC MBBS 2015 application candidates have to fill in your personal and other relevant data. Candidates are advised to enter all the information as mentioned in their academic certificates such as name, category etc. Documents of candidates shortlisted for AFMC MBBS 2015 interview will be checked as per the details mentioned at this stage.
Name of father and mother should be as per records in the Class X / SSLC / Higher Secondary certificate. Any change / discrepancy found candidature will cancelled
Fill up your correct and complete postal address along with the Pin code as applicable. AFMC Pune will not be responsible for any communication loss due to incomplete or wrong address
Photographs and Signature Guideline for AFMC MBBS 2015 Application Form:
Image Size – Candidates have to uploadidentical photograph as submitted in AIPMT 2015 application form.Size of photograph must not be more than 500 KB
Signature - Candidates have to upload their signature. Size of signature must not be more than 500 KB. Candidates should ensure that they have uploaded the correct signature only. Any request for a change of the signature that has been submitted once will not be accepted
Candidates can check their AFMC MBBS 2015 application status time by logging in to their login account. In case of any doubt / difficulty they can contact the examination authority through their email id. While contacting candidates have to mention their full name with father’s name and address, Date of Birth, E-mail id, Registration number, AIPMT Roll number and contact number.
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