Apratim Chatterjee, 05 Jun 2014, #NEET
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Delhi University MBBS 2014 Application Form – Delhi University has invited applications for admissions in undergraduate medical courses in the affiliated medical colleges of the university. Candidates can download the online applications in this page from the link below. Delhi University shall take admissions under the 85% quota based on merit list of AIPMT 2014.

The application for admissions to DU MBBS BDS 2014 has begun from June 2 and the candidates can submit the applications till June 17, 2014.

Click here to download Delhi University MBBS 2014 Application Form

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Candidates may look below for the important guidelines before filling in Delhi University MBBS 2014 Application Form –

  • Candidates need to check the eligibility criteria for admissions to undergraduate medical courses in the varsity.
  • In case, any candidate has furnished false or wrong information, his/her candidature shall be cancelled and the deposited fees shall be forfeited.
  • The medium of teaching and examination of MBBS and BDS programmes in the varsity shall be English.
  • Candidates who are eligible and have taken AIPMT 2014 can apply for the MBBS and BDS programmes in the university.
  • Candidates need to fill in the MBBS BDS 2014 Application Form of DU in block letters with blue and black ink in the prescribed boxes of the application form.
  • The candidates after filing in the application form need to sign the applications by his/her guardian.
  • Special care should be taken care while filling in the application form. The candidates need to avoid over writings, cutting, erasing, etc as it may lead to rejection of DU MBBS BDS Application 2014.
  • Candidates need to remit an application fee of Rupees Seven Hundred Fifty for General/OBC and Rupees Five Hundred and Fifty only.
  • After filling in the DU MBBS BDS 2014 Applications, the same can be submitted to address below –
    Deputy Registrar,
    Faculty of Medical Sciences,
    6th Floor, N.P. Chest Institute Building,
    University of Delhi,
    Delhi – 110017
  • The applications must reach the designated address between June 2 and June 16, 2014 (9:30 am to 5:00 pm)
  • The application form needs to be accompanied by Demand Draft of requisite amount drawn in favour of “Registrar, University of Delhi.”

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The Application Form of DU MBBS BDS also should accompany the copies of the following documents –

  • AIPMT-2014 Examination Roll No. and Admit Card.
  • AIPMT-2014 Result (Score Card).
  • Matriculation or equivalent certificate showing date of birth.
  • Certificate of having passed 12th Class Examination along with a statement of marks.
  • Certificate from the Principal of the School on prescribed proforma
  • The Character Certificate proforma prescribed by CBSE to be issued by the Principal of the school last attended or from any Gazetted officer.
  • Two copies of Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe certificate as described in clause 3A, if applicable.
  • Father’s SC/ST Certificate.
  • Physically Handicapped certificate
  • Two copies of OBC Certificate
  • Non-creamy layer certificate and OBC caste certificate as per the Central list for OBC’s.

Notes –

The Recent OBC certificate i.e. should be issued on or after April 1, 2014 by the competent authority.


Candidates must also carry the original certificates including score card of AIPMT at the time of Counselling for admissions to MBBS/BDS course along with 2 passport size photographs.


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