AFMS 2016 Application Form
Govind Kumar, 14 Dec 2015, #NEET
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UPES - School of Health Sciences

AFMS 2016 Application Form - The application procedure of AFMS 2016 for admission to around 280 post graduate medical courses in 8 Armed Forces medical institutions begins on December 9, 2015. The AFMS 2016 application form can be filled in online mode from the link given below in this page. The application procedure of AFMS 2016 can be filled in 4 steps. The last date for online registration is December 29, 2016. Candidates have to submit AFMS 2016 application on or before January 02, 2016. Last date for online generation of challan for payment of fee is January 03, 2016 and last day for payment of fee at any of the State Bank of India branch is January 05, 2016.

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Salient feature of AFMS 2016 application form:

  • Candidates are advised to fill the AFMS 2016 application form in capital (upper case) letters

  • Candidates are advised not to use mobile/tablets to register / login / submit AFMS 2016 application form

  • Candidates are advised to read the thoroughly and carefully regard eligibility criteria before applying for the PG seats in the AFMS institutions

  • Candidates must keep all your educational documents, i.e. MBBS Degree certificate / MCI registration, Class X pass certificate for ready reference before filling up AFMS 2016 application form

  • Attachment of the photograph and signature is mandatory for submission of application. Keep a soft copy of photograph (.jpeg / .jpg format only) ready for uploading on the application form

  • Please print the challan form from candidate’s login page. Subsequently, you will have to visit your nearest SBI Branch and make the payment of Rs 500 (including Bank charges) to be able to apply to the desired AFMS Institution

The step wise procedure on ‘How to Fill AFMS 2016 application form’ is given below:

STEP - 1 -Registration and Login for AFMS 2016

Create Login id and Password from the given link – Click Here

Click on the PG link on the right hand panel of the web page. Candidates will be redirected to the ‘Post Graduation in Armed Forces’ page where you should click on the icon ‘New User Click Here to Register’ on the left hand panel. A registration page (PART 1) will open up on the webpage. Take care while entering your data (Name and other details). Please check and recheck the data entered here before submission as data once entered in Part I is final and is the basis of your application.

(i) Name: First Name, Middle Name, Last Name (as mentioned in Class X/SSLC/Higher Secondary/CBSE certificate/MBBS Registration certificate). Enter your name / surname two or more number of times. Enter your name as you have entered for AIPGMEE 2016 application form and should not contain any salutation (Dr).

ii) Priority:

 -Priority III (Paramilitary / Govt of India sponsored doctors)

 -Priority IV (Ex – SSC AMC officers)

 -Priority V (Civilian doctors)

(iii) Valid E-mail id: Please note that you have to enter a valid e-mail id. Password for logging into account will be sent to the registered e-mail id. Password will not be delivered to email Id by the system if it is incorrect.


(iv) AIPGMEE 2016 Roll No: Enter the AIPGMEE Testing ID / Roll no which was issued to you and was used when you appeared for the AIPGME 2016. Enter a valid number which usually starts with CD followed by 07 digits (e.g. CD1234567). The alphabet ‘CD’ is already encrypted in the application, candidates just need to write the 07 digit no. at the relevant place. Entering a valid Testing ID/ Roll no. is mandatory and any wrong entry will render the candidate ineligible


(v) Phone No: You may enter your valid landline number (if available)


(vi) Mobile No: This is mandatory. Please enter your valid 10 digit mobile number. This number will be used to contact to you by call/SMS in case of need.


(vii) Gender: Click on the relevant radio button. Please recheck you have clicked on the correct radio button.


(viii) Date of Birth: As mentioned in your Class X


(ix) Image: Now enter the security image correctly (case sensitive)


Re-check all the filled data for correctness. When you click OK - (in case all information is correct) -A password shall be generated and will be sent to your E-mail id you used to register along with the Candidate ID. The candidate id generated by the system will be a numeric number and is to be quoted during all communications.


Note: You can use your e-mail id only once to register. If you have wrongly submitted the form, you will not be able to register again with the same e-mail id. Your e-mail id is important and will be the sole means of communication thereafter. Therefore, please keep your registered e-mail active till the completion of the admission procedure. In case you have not received the password, please check the Spam folder of your Email.




Step -2 -Filling of Form Online AFMS 2016 Application form


Log into your account by using the User Name (Registered E-Mail id) and the password sent to your email id. It is advised not to cut / copy paste the password while applying AFMS 2016 application form.


Enter the case sensitive security code also and click on submit. Once you have logged into your account read the relevant information before proceeding further. You may now click on the left hand pane. This will open the page which will have the form where you may fill up your relevant details. Fill up your AFMS 2016application form deliberately and with caution and correctly

  • Part 2 - Fill in your qualification details viz. Qualification; Medical College from which passed; Qualification completion date; Percentage of marks; and other details as asked for (Pop-up help is available when you click inside the box. Please make use of the same for filling the AFMS 2016 form)

  • Priority III and Priority IV candidates have to fill in the relevant details of their organization / service (Pop-up help is available when you click inside the box. Please make use of the same for filling the AFMS 2016 form)

  • On completion of Part 2, save the data and proceed onto Part 3. You will have to complete Part 2 and save the data before being able to go to Part 3. If you decide to change any information you will have to save the data again

  • (c) In Part 3 - Fill in the mandatory details; Fathers name (in full); Mothers name (in full); correct mailing address (Address 1) and Permanent address (Address 2); State; Pin code; marital status; visible identification marks; and upload your photo-graph and signature

  • (d) Photograph: You will have to upload your recent colour digital passport size photograph (in .jpeg / .jpg format only). It is preferred that you upload the photo that you have submitted for the AIPGMEE-2016 examination. Photo should be without cap or goggles however spectacles are allowed. Polaroid and computer generated photographs are not acceptable. Photograph should not be attested

  • (e) Signature: Upload digital / scanned copy of your signature (in .jpeg / .jpg format ONLY). Ensure correct upload of your signature

  • Note: The photo and signature should be less than 500KB in size and the name of the image should be kept simple

  • Once the form is filled up AFMS 2016 application form correctly, you will be prompted to ‘View’ the application form. On clicking this icon you will be able to view your application form in full with details as entered by you. In case of any correction required to be done, you may do the same. In case of any inadvertent mistake in entry you may change the same. However if you feel that you need to change certain information in Part 2 then you may click on the Part 2 on the left panel and then make your changes

  •  Double check whether you have filled up all details correctly. If you are fully satisfied that you have correctly filled cup the form and completely, you may hit the submit button. Please ensure correctness of completed form before submission

  • Once you have submitted the form it cannot be edited any further

  • A .pdf copy of the completed form shall be generated which will be available for downloading and printing in your login



Step - 3 – Payment of AFMS 2016 examination fee

The examination fee of AFMS 2016 examination is Rs. 500. The payment of AFMS 2016 fee can be done through State Bank of India bank’s challan.

Note: The last date for online application is January 02, 2016, generation of challan is January 03, 2016 and the last date for depositing the challan at any SBI bank branch across the country will be January 05, 2016



Step - 4 -Uploading Pre-Counselling documents -On declaration of the AIPGMEE 2016 results the candidates are expected to login into their account. The facility to upload the score card and other relevant documents will be available on the left hand panel.

(a) Queries / Clarifications -In case of any queries/ clarifications related to the online filling up of the form

(b) E-mail will not be replied to in case info already available on info bulletin/ website or in case the subject is not mentioned. You are requested to mention your Name, AFMS Candidate id, AIPGMEE 2016 Roll number


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