How to fill MH CET Medical 2016 Application Form
Govind Kumar, 04 Mar 2016, #NEET
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How to Fill MH CET Medical 2016 Application Form is a step by step process to aid candidates in filling the application form including registration process, fee payment, selection of exam centres and uploading of image and signature. Careers360 brings ‘How to Fill MH CET Medical 2016 Application Form’ so that candidates can fill the application form without committing any mistake.


The step wise step procedure on MH CET Medical 2016 Application is based on official instructions as provided by the exam conducting body Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Maharashtra.


Candidates must note that MH CET Medical 2016 application form can be filled in online mode only as there are no other modes of application. The application process of MH CET Medical 2016 has started on March 1 and the last date for online registration is March 28 while application fee can be submitted till March 31, 2016.


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The step wise procedure on ‘How to Fill MH CET Medical 2016 application form’ is given below.


Step 1 - MHT CET Medical 2016 Registration: 


Candidates are advised to carefully read the instruction so that they can know process required to fill the application form. Before clicking on registration button candidates must go through brief information related to MH CET Medical 2016 application form. This page will have information related to MH CET Medical 2016 eligibility, application date, image and signature specification as required during applying online, procedure of paying examination fee, etc.




Step 2 - Filling of online MH CET Medical 2016 application form:


To begin the application process of MH CET Medical 2016, candidates have to click on ‘Apply Now’ button. Upon clicking candidates will be directed to application form page where candidates have to enter their personal information, contact information, reservation & category, education qualification, login detail and sign the declaration form.


Personal Information: At this stage of MH CET Medical application form 2016 candidates have to enter their personal information like their name, gender, Date of Birth, Father’s name, etc. The name enter by candidates must be same as mentioned in class 10 statement of marks. Candidates don't have to write their last name or surname.




Contact Information: Candidates have to enter their address for correspondence in capital letters, telephone number (STD code with telephone number), Nationality, domicile, category from where they belong, etc.




Reservation (Candidate’ Category):  For availing benefit of constitutional reservations candidates have to select appropriate circle as per their category. The candidate claiming constitutional reservation must possess the necessary certificates i.e. caste certificate, Caste/Tribe validity certificate from scrutiny committee and non-creamy layer certificate (if applicable) before the result, failing which the claim will not be granted.


Candidate not claiming constitutional reservation should select appropriate circle as ‘None’. Further candidates have to choose their Religion by selecting appropriate circle.


Candidates have to select whether they had appeared for NEET 2013/MT CET 2013, MH CET 2014,MH-CET 2015 or not. If yes they have to select the appropriate circles. Candidates have to give their detail of total annual family income by selecting appropriate circle and have to mention whether they have passed SSC with Urdu/ Arabic / Persian Subject.





Educational Detail:  Candidates have to provide details of school from where they have passed their SSC (10th Std)/Equivalent Examination. They also have to provide information related to their total marks obtained in SSC/Equivalent Examination.


Details of HSC (12th Std)/Equivalent Examination: Candidates have to select the appropriate circle whether they have appeared or passed in 10+2/HSC. If candidates have passed the10+2/HSC they have to provide name & address of the Institute


Selection of MH CET Medical 2016 exam centre: Candidates have to select exam center of their choice to appear for MH CET Medical 2016 which is schedule to be conducted on May 5 for admission to around 3010 MBBS and BDS seats in 30 Government/Municipal Corporation, Government aided Health Sciences Institutes and Private Medical Health Sciences Institutes/Colleges in Maharashtra




Details required for MHT Medical CET 2016: At this stage of MH CET Medical 20166 application form candidates have to select the subjects in which they wish to appear in CET. Candidates who wish to wish appear for MBBS and BDS programmes have to select Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects.


Candidates have also to select the language of exam in which they wish to appear. MH CET Medical 2016 will be conducted in English, Marathi and Urdu.




Login Detail and Declaration Form: Candidates have to choose their password for accessing MH CET Medical 2016 registration, downloading of admit card, checking result and other activities related to MH CET Medical 2016.  


After entering the password candidates have to sign in the MH CET 2016 declaration form. It is mandatory steps otherwise candidate will not be allowed to submit the MH CET Medical 2016 application form. To sign the declaration form candidates have to ‘Click’ on I agree button and fill the provide captcha in the space provided.




Step – 3 Uploading Photographs and Signatures in MH CET Medical 2016 Application Form:


Candidates have to upload their scanned/digital recent colour photograph and signature. File size of each of the Photograph and Signature should not be more than 50 KB per file. The online application system of MH CET Medical 2016 will not allow uploading files larger than 50 KB. All Candidates have to upload his/ her Photograph and Signature only in ‘Jpeg’ format and file name of Photograph and signature should preferably be photo.jpeg and sign.jpeg respectively.


Once photograph and signature files are uploaded by the candidate successfully, the application window will show on the screen Photograph and Signature that has been uploaded. If these have been correctly uploaded, candidates will be allowed to proceed further to generate the bank challan for the payment through 'State Bank of India’.




Step – 4 MH CET Medical 2016 Application Fee and payment Mode:


Downloading Bank Challan: The candidate has to download and print the MHT CET bank challan on an A4 size paper to deposit the examination fee. The bank challan will have MHT CET Medical 2016 Registration No., Name of the candidate, address, phone number and date of registration, printed on it. The printed bank challan is in two parts.


Payment of fees at State Bank of India (SBI) Branch: Candidate has to take this printed MH CET Medical 2016 Bank challan to any of the SBI branches for the payment after 48 hours of registration. On the printed bank challan, the bank will enter the date of payment, Journal No/Bank Transaction ID, Branch Name & Code and put a bank seal on each part of the bank challan. The bank will retain the Bank’s copy of the bank challan and return the rest of the bank challan to the candidate.


MH CET Medical 2016 Application Fee:

Open Category Candidates: Rs 800.00 + Rs 60.00 Bank Commission

Reservation Category Candidates: Rs 600.00 + Rs 60.00 Bank Commission






Step 5 - Completion of MH CET Medical 2016 online application Form:


Candidates are advised to visit the MHT CET 2016 application form using their MHT CET 2016 Registration number and password after 24 hours of making the payment to confirm whether the Bank transaction ID No. and date of payment have been updated. If it has been updated then candidates can click on the generate MH CET Medical 2016 Confirmation Page and also take a print out of the same for future references.


Step 6 - MH CET Medical 2016 Registration No. & Password: The candidate are advised to keep a copy of the Bank challan, MH CET Medical 2016 Registration Confirmation Page printout. Candidates should note MH CET Medical 2016 Registration No. and password for all future correspondence


Note: If candidates do not receive the confirmation message within 24 hours of they must check their spam/junk folder just in case the confirmation email got delivered there instead of their inbox. Students must note that it will be compulsory for them to bring the downloaded admit card, application form & challan printouts/ valid Photo ID proof for identity verification on the day of examination.


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