AP MBBS Application Form 2019 - Dr NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada has released the AP MBBS 2019 application form for BDS seats offered under management quota seats on September 5, 2019 for the mop-up round of counselling. Candidates who wish to take admission under management quota in private un-aided non-minority, minority medical and dental Colleges and NRI quota seats in Sri Padmavathi Medical College for Women are required to fill the application form of AP MBBS 2019 till July 15, 2019, up to 5:00 AM. A link to fill the application form has been provided below. The AP MBBS application for convener quota seats was released on June 22, 2019. The application form of AP MBBS 2019 has been released in online mode only i.e. on the official website of the conducting body. The last date to fill AP MBBS 2019 application form is June 28. The eligible list will contain the name of the candidates who have completed Class 12 from the states and are from Andhra Pradesh as per the information filled in the NEET application form. The candidates whose names are included in the eligible list can fill the AP MBBS application form 2019 for convenor quota seats. AP MBBS 2019 application form for management quota seats can be filled by all the candidates who have passed NEET UG irrespective of their domicile. Candidates can check the article below to know about the important dates, eligibility criteria, how to fill application form of AP MBBS BDS 2019.
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For Convenor Quota seats
June 21, 2019
Application form release
June 22, 2019
Last date of application form
June 28, 2019 (5 pm)
For Managment Quota seats
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In terms of age criteria and educational qualification, the AP MBBS BDS eligibility criteria 2019 will remain same as laid down by the National Testing Agency (NTA), exam conducting body of NEET 2019.
For seats falling under Management Quota i.e. Category B, candidates from all over the country who have qualified NEET 2019 will be eligible for AP MBBS 2019 admission.
To take admission to Convenor Quota/Competent Authority quota seats, the candidates must also fulfil the domicile eligibility of the state and show the local/non-local status.
A. Local Candidates- These candidates are eligible for 85% seats out of the total State Quota seats available in the state. To show the local candidate status, they must fulfil one of the below mentioned criteria-
Candidate who has studied/resided in a local area for at least four years are eligible to fill AP MBBS 2019 application form.
Candidate who has resided/studied in two or more local areas for seven continuous years then the one where the maximum number of years he/she has spent/studied will be considered.
If a candidate has studied/resided in two or more local areas for seven consecutive years and an equal amount of years in two local areas then the area where s/he has stayed last will be considered.
B. Non-Local Candidates- The candidate or one of the parent/s of the candidate should be the residents of Andhra Pradesh state for a total period of ten years are eligible to attain the domicile status of Andhra Pradesh state.
For Category C (NRI) seats, only children or ward of bonafide NRI residents who have cleared NEET will be eligible for admissions.
Qualifying NEET UG 2019 is mandatory for all candidates to apply for AP MBBS admission.
Before starting to fill AP MBBS 2019 application form, candidates must ensure that they have a good internet facility and the mobile phone should be with the candidates as they will be receiving SMS. The optimum browser to fill AP MBBS BDS 2019 application form is Internet Explorer.
The link for registration will be made available here as and when the AP MBBS 2019 application form is released. After clicking on the link, two options will be displayed on the screen - online application and web counselling (check the screenshot below). The link to web counselling will be activated when the AP MBBS BDS counselling will start. Aspirants must click on online application form option to proceed further.
The window of the registration form will appear and candidates need to fill NEET roll no., NEET Rank, date of birth, and mobile number. After clicking on ‘Validate’ button, a pop-up will be displayed which will provide the registration number. It is suggested to save the registration number as it will be used in the next step of application form of AP MBBS 2019.
After successful registration, candidates will be required to log in using their credentials i.e. NEET Roll no., NEET Registration No.
Candidates will be required to fill their personal and academic details. Next, sign the declaration form stating that the information submitted is correct. Click on ‘Save and Exit to save the information and exit the process or click on ‘Save and Pay’ to save and move to the next step. The details to be filled can be checked in the image given below.
In this step, candidates need to submit the AP MBBS application fee via Internet Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card/Debit Card+ATM Pin. The application fee of AP MBBS 2019 is INR 3,000/- for candidates belonging to Unreserved and Backward classes while for SC and ST category candidates, the application fee is INR 2,000/-. AP MBBS application fee includes registration and verification fee both.
After the successful payment, a dialogue box will appear on the screen and click on the ‘OK’ button.
Now, candidates will be required to take a printout of the AP MBBS application form 2019. The copies of the AP MBBS BDS application form will be submitted during the document verification session.
Candidates successfully submitting the AP MBBS 2019 application form will be included in the provisional merit list considering they fulfil the eligibility criteria. These candidates will be required to participate in the document verification process to move to the next process of AP MBBS admission 2019.
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From 2020-2021 session onwards, there shall be only one entrance exam for admission to MBBS course and that is NEET
Earlier, AIIMS and JIPMER used to conduct their own entrance test which no longer will take place now.
So, yes NEET will be the only entrance test conducted for admission to MBBS
Yes, you are eligible to write NEET from UP, even though you want to take admission in a college of Delhi. The admission is taken on the basis of your marks and rank, so it does not matter from which state you have given the exam. But you won't get the benefit of state quota.
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