EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form - Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE has announced the application form date and examination timetable for MBBS and BDS courses for 2014 academic year. EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form will be available from February 20, 2014. Aspirants who are willing to pursue MBBS and BDS Courses from University/ Private Colleges in the state of Andhra Pradesh are advised to fill EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form online. Candidates who wish to fill the form should read the following procedure for filling up the application form.Click Here to Enroll for AIIMS 2014 Online Test Series to boost AIIMS 2014 Preparation in the last few days
Procedure for Filling Online EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form
Application form should be submitted online mode only available on the official website.
Candidate has to pay Rs.250 as Registration Fee and late fee (if applicable) by opting any of the two modes of payment
Application Fee can be paid through AP ONLINE / E-Seva / Mee Seva or through Debit / Credit Card
After filling the OnlineEAMCET MBBS 2014 Application Form with the required details, the candidate is required to verify all the details carefully and press Submit button
Filled in Online Application Form will be generated which contains Registration Number along with filled in details
The candidate is required to take printout of filled in EAMCET BDS 2014 Application Form and it is to be submitted to the invigilator during the examination after affixing a recent color photograph duly attested by the Gazetted Officer or Principal of the College where studied the qualifying examination
The candidate should use the Registration Number for future correspondence
The candidate has to submit the filled in Online EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form to the Invigilator in the Examination Hall on the day of the EAMCET-2014 exam. Affix a recent color photograph (3.5cms x 3.5cms) in the box provided (Bottom – Left side) on the Filled In Online Application Form and get it attested by a Gazetted Officer / Principal of the college where studied
The candidate belonging to SC / ST category has to submit the attested photocopy of the Caste Certificate along with the Online EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form to the Invigilator on the day of the EAMCET-2014 exam in the Examination Hall
For any other information and queries, call EAMCET Medical Exam Helpline: 011-40360360
The following information must be kept ready for filling the details during online submission of EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form
Hall ticket Number of Qualifying Examination
Hall ticket Number of S.S.C. or equivalent
Date of Birth
Caste certificate in case of SC/ST/BC candidates
Certificates related to PH, NCC, Sports etc.
Income certificate for One Lakh or Up to Two Lakhs or More than Two Lakhs (Rupees)
Study or Residence or relevant certificate for proof of local status (last 12 years)
Choice of Help Line Centres for Certificate Verification and options at the time of admission
Note: The above certificates are to be submitted during the counseling for admission.
Last Dates for Submission of Online EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form
Without Late Fee
April 4, 2014
With Late Fee Rs. 500
April 18, 2014
With Late Fee Rs. 1000
April 25, 2014
With Late Fee *Rs. 5000
May 5, 2014
With Late Fee *Rs. 10000
May 14, 2014
*The application submitted with late fee of Rs.5, 000 and 10,000 Test Centre will be allotted only at Hyderabad.
We will keep you updated about EAMCET Medical 2014 Application Form.Keep visiting the page for more information on EAMCET Medical Exam 2014.
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