AMU MBBS Application Form 2018 – Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) released AMU MBBS 2018 application form on June 13, 2018. The mode of application form of AMU MBBS 2018 was only online. The candidates were allowed to fill the AMU MBBS application form 2018 until June 18, 2018. The candidates could apply to approximately 145 seats in medical colleges and 35 seats in dental colleges by filling AMU MBBS 2018 application form.
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Candidates, in order to apply for admission to MBBS and BDS courses, were required to have qualified NEET 2018. If a candidate had not qualified NEET UG, he/she was not eligible to fill AMU MBBS BDS 2018 application form under any circumstance. Further, before filling AMU MBBS BDS application form 2018, candidates were advised to read the eligibility criteria as laid by the counselling conducting authority, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. Candidates can check below for the detailed procedure to fill AMU MBBS BDS 2018 application form including the important dates.
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AMU MBBS BDS Important Dates 2018
Online Application release date
June 13, 2018
Last date to submit application form
June 18, 2018
Last date to submit Fee
June 19, 2018 (12.00 pm)
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AMU MBBS BDS Eligibility Criteria 2018
The candidate must be an Indian national.
Since AMU MBBS admissions 2018 will be taken through NEET 2018, the age eligibility criteria and educational qualification must be the same as stated by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
- Candidate must have studied for last three years from AMU to be eligible for AMU MBBS admission 2018.
To be eligible to fill AMU MBBS application form 2018, candidates must secure at least NEET 2018 cutoff percentile and the equivalent marks which are given in the table below-
Minimum Required Percentile
Minimum Required Percentile
Minimum Required Marks
(including PwD of SC/ST/OBC)
AMU MBBS BDS Application Form 2018 - Procedure
Step 1- Registration
The process of registration can start by clicking on the link given above. The candidates will be required to submit their NEET Roll no., registration no., candidate's name, mother's name, date of birth, mobile no., email ID and security pin. Click on 'Submit' button and the candidates will be redirected to an agreement page. Aspirants will have an option to click on I Agree or I Don't Agree. If the candidates have clicked on I Agree then they can continue with the registration process.
Step 2- Personal Details
In this step, candidates are required to fill in their personal details. The mandatory fields are Mailing Address, Pin Code, Email ID, Phone No., Mobile No., Security Question. After filling all these details, candidates can choose their password and click on submit. The candidates must note that the submitted details in AMU MBBS application form 2018 are in accordance with the details filled in the NEET application form. After the submission of these details, candidates can click on 'Confirm Registration' button. Aspirants can print the final page and login with their registration number and password.
Step 3- Choice Filling
After successful registration, candidates can view the choices available to them. In order to apply for AMU MBBS 2018, candidates will be required to click on add button available along with Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. Aspirants can also choose other colleges as per their convenience. The sequence in which the colleges will be selected by the candidates will reflect the preference given by them. Candidates can move the preferences up/down and interchange. After selecting a preference, the choices can be removed list as well.
After successful registration and choice filling, the candidates were required to lock their choices. The option to lock choices started on June 19, 2018, from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm. The result of AMU MBBS 2018 will be declared on June 22, 2018.
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