How to fill AIPMT 2015 Online Application Form
Apratim Chatterjee, 03 May 2015, #NEET
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How to fill in AIPMT 2015 Online Application
 may guide you with the application procedure of AIPMT 2015. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced AIPMT 2015AIPMT 2015 Applications have begun from December 1, 2014. Candidates, who wish to appear for AIPMT 2015 need to fill in AIPMT 2015 Application Form in online mode.

Candidates can apply for AIPMT 2015 till December 31, 2014 without any late fee. In any case, any candidate is not able to remit AIPMT 2015 Application Fee and submit AIPMT 2015 Online Applications by December 31, 2014, he/she may remit the application fee and submit them by January 31, 2015 along with the late fee.

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Step 1
– Candidates need to download AIPMT 2015 Information Bulletin and go through the same to ensure their AIPMT 2015 eligibility.



Step 2Fill in AIPMT 2015 Online Application Form by registering yourself. You will need to click on ‘Apply Online’ button placed in the Online Services tab on the left hand side of the page.

Step 3 – After registering yourself by entering your name, mother’s name, father’s name and date of birth along with the contact information, click on ‘Submit’ button and you will be registered.

Step 4 – Candidates need to fill in some details including Personal Details, Contact Details, Domicile, Parent’s details, Academic Details, Eligibility and other information along with password. After filling in the details, they need to click on ‘Next’ button to proceed to the next page.




Step 5 – After you click ‘Next’ button, you will be required to review the page and after reviewing the same, if you find any error, you can click ‘Back’ button to correct it or click on ‘Final Submit’ button to proceed to next page.

Now before proceeding to next step, you will have to login to your AIPMT 2015 Registration Account by entering your Registration Number and Password, that you have set during registration process.

Step 6 – After submission of details of Part – I, you’ll be redirected to next page for uploading Photograph, Uploading photographs and signatures and Self Declaration (for candidates, belonging to Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu&Kashmir).


As you are done with uploading your photograph, signature and left hand thumb impression, you will need to review the same. If you are satisfied with the uploaded ones, click on ‘Upload’ button and proceed to the next step.



Step 7 – After uploading your photograph and signature, you will need to remit application fee for AIPMT 2015 Online.


As soon as you click on either of the choices ‘Through E-Challan by depositing fee in any of the branch of all four banks’ or ‘Debit/Credit’ of any bank, you’ll be provided the E-Challans or Online Merchant site foe payment option.

E-Challan Copy – Next you’ll need to download the challan copy and submit it to the designated branches of any of the four banks including Syndicate Bank, HDFC Bank. ICICI Bank and State Bank of India.

Credit/Debit Card – If you choose the card option, you need to pay through your credit/debit card though the online merchant site.


Step 8 – As soon as you submit AIPMT 2015 Online Application fee of Rs. 1200 only (Rs. 650 for SC/ST/PwD), using your Net Banking facility/Debit Card/Credit Card/Offline Challan, you will be redirected to the next page for taking print out of the Confirmation Page.


*Important Notes

  • Candidates can remit AIPMT 2015 Online Application fee through downloading e-challan and visit the designated branches of Syndicate Bank, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank or HDFC Bank.
  • CBSE has also provided the facility of submission of application form with late fees. For this purpose, candidates need to pay Rs.1200/- (INR) as late fee in addition to the actual/examination fee. Submission of application form with late fee can also be made only online. Also, the process of submission of application will remain the same as in case of submission of application form without late fee.

Important Dates – Candidates need to submit duly-filled in AIPMT 2015 Online Application Form by December 31, 2014 without any late fee and January 31, 2015 with late fee.

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