AIPMT 2015 application: Clear your doubts
The AIPMT 2015 applications are out and many aspirants across India are facing a host of issues regarding the application procedure. Some of the common confusions include the documents, photographs and payment procedure.
The biggest medical entrance exam in India, AIPMT is conducted to offer admission to approximately 3200 MBBS and 300 BDS seats at 130 Government Medical and 30 Dental Colleges of India, respectively.
Here we bring you a list of AIPMT 2015 application as well as admission Faqs to make your most important exam glitch free! AIPMT 2015 Faqs attempts to list some of the most important questions that a candidate faces while filling up the AIPMT application form.
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Read below to find answers to the most common queries:
Q. Are AIPMT 2015 applications available online or offline?
A. The AIPMT 2015 application form is available only in the online mode. The AIPMT 2015 registration opened on 1 December, 2014. Aspirants can submit their online forms up to 31 December, 2014.
Q. What if I miss my submission date?
A. In case, a candidate misses the registration date he/she can fill up the AIPMT 2015 application form until 31 January, 2015 with late fee.
Q. What about those who do not have or have limited access to internet?
A. The conducting body of AIPMT 2015, CBSE has set up many facilitation centres across India to help students fill AIPMT 2014 online application forms. The facilitation centres are usually schools/ Institutions/ Regional Offices of the Board.
Q. Do the facilitation centres charge any cost?
A. No. The facilitation centres are for your help and they are free of charge.
Q. Which banks are accepting AIPMT 2015 fee payment?
A. Only four banks are accepting AIPMT 2015 application fee. They are Syndicate Bank, HDFC Bank. ICICI Bank and State Bank of India.
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Q. How can pay AIPMT application fee?
A. AIPMT 2015 application fee can be paid both online i.e through debit/credit cards or through E-challans. The application fee Rs. 1200 for general category students and Rs. 650 for ST/SC and PwD aspirants.
Q. If I make any incorrect entry into my application in my application form, do I get to rectify the error?
A. There is an option for one time online correction of particulars of candidates. However, candidate will not be allowed to correct their choice of exam centre and language of question paper under any circumstances.
Q. What about late fee aspirants?
A. Candidates who miss their registration date can submit their forms by 31 January, 2015 with late fee. The charge is Rs.2400 for general category students and Rs. 1350 for ST/SC and PwD aspirants.
Q. What about the AIPMT 2015 exam? Will it be online or offline?
A. AIPMT 2015 will be an offline pen and paper test.
Q. Which states are accepting admission through AIPMT 2015 for the remaining 85% of the state quota seats?
A. Besides under 15% All India Quota seats, the following States/Universities/Institutions will also use the merit list of AIPMT 2015 for admission to MBBS/BDS seats under their control:
2. Himachal Pradesh
3. Madhya Pradesh
4. Andaman & Nicobar
5. Arunachal Pradesh
10. Chandigarh (UT)
11. University of Delhi
12. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune
13. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (UP)
14. Hamdard University, New Delhi
Q. What is meant by 15% all India quota seats?
A. 15% All India Quota seats means that 15% of the seats seats in Government Medical Colleges across India will be filled through Counselling conducted by DGHS, Delhi.
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Q. If I fail to appear for AIPMT 2015, will my application fee be refunded?
A. There is no facility for refund of application fee under the circumstance of the student being unable to appear for the exam.
Q. Is an aspirant from Andhra Pradesh, J&K and Telangana studying in or Domicile of an eligible state eligible for 15% All India Quota seats?
A. Yes, if in case the candidate is not eligible to seek admission to MBBS/BDS seats in Medical/Dental Colleges in the State of Andhra Pradesh, J&K and Telangana. However, the aspirant is also required to submit a self-declaration that he/she is not domicile of Andhra Pradesh, J&K and Telangana.
Q. How many times can I appear for AIPMT and for how long is the result valid?
A. There is no restriction as to the number of times you can appear for AIPMT 2015. However, the result of AIPMT will be accepted only for the current session.
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