CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form
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CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form - The application form of CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 is now available. The interested medical aspirants can fill CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form in the online format from the link given in this article. It is mandatory to send signed printout CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form to the examination authority along with the required enclosures.

The last date of applying for online CMC Ludhiana medical 2014 Application Form is May 14, 2014. The signed printout CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form must reach to Registrar, Christian Medical College Ludhiana before May 16, 2014. The application form of CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 received after the May 16, 2014 for any reason including postal delay, shall be rejected.


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Key Highlights of CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form are given below:

  • Candidates have to create a profile before filling up CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form

  • UG AWT 2014 profilecan be created by filling up all the mandatory fields as given in the CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form

  • After successful registration for CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 an application number will be assigned. Candidate are advised to note CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 registration number for future communication

  • After filling the Online form of CMC Ludhiana BDS 2014 upload recent photograph in JPG format.  The minimum size of photo should be 295 x 356 pixels. Upload the photograph in the appropriate space provided and submit. The photograph of candidate must be in a plain background and must not be altered by photoshop or any other software

  • Take the print-out of filled in online CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application form on an A4 size sheet

  • Staple two recent passport size photographs in the appropriate spaces on the printed form and sign in the space provided for ‘signature of the candidate’

  • Attach the Demand draft of Rs. 3900 as the cost of the application fee for CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Entrance Exam. Demand draft should be made in favor of ‘Christian Medical College Ludhiana Society’, payable at Ludhiana

  • CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application form, enclosures and demand draft must reach the office of the Registrar by post/courier/hand delivery before May 16, 2014. The application form of CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application form reach after the given date will not accepted

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Note: CMC Ludhiana MBBS 2014 Application Form must be sent in the prescribed format. Applications sent in any other format (Xerox copies) will be rejected. Failure to sign the application form and enclose the Demand Draft will lead to rejection of CMC Ludhiana Medical 2014 Application Form without any further correspondence.

The filled in online application form of CMC Ludhiana must be sent to:

The Registrar, Christian Medical College

Ludhiana-141008, Punjab

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