How to fill WBJEE Medical 2014 Online Application Form?
Apratim Chatterjee, 23 Jun 2014, #NEET
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Careers360 bring you ‘How to fill WBJEE Medical 2014 Online Application Form’. How to fill WBJEE Medical 2014 Online Application Form is a step by step application procedure provided in here to guide all the candidates who are applying for the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE) for the admissions to the medical courses for the academic session 2014. Candidates must note that the applications to the WBJEE 2014 can be made ONLY online. Check the Step by Step Guide to fill WBJEE Medical 2014 Online Application Form.

 

For any doubts and queries, call the WBJEE Medical 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360

Some Guidelines before filling in the WBJEE 2014 Online Application Form:

  • Candidates must carefully fill in the WBJEE 2014 Online Application Form.

  • Candidates must fill in his/her name, name of father and mother, exactly the same as provided in the 10+2 or equivalent exam details.

  • At every stage candidates will be asked to confirm and submit only if the details that have been provided are correct.

  • Once the WBJEE 2014 Online Application has been submitted, neither further editing nor corrections will be allowed.

  • Candidates from outside the state will have to choose general (GEN) category irrespective of the category they belong to.

  • PWD (Persons with Disability) Candidates from outside the state will not be treated as PWD candidates for the state and will come under the GEN category.

  • No Documents are required to be uploaded along with the WBJEE 2014 Online Application Form.

  • Candidates are required to send the printout of the Confirmation Page and the Top Sheet to the WBJEE office as specified below after successfully submitting the WBJEE 2014 Online Application form.

  • Candidates must go through the guidelines for the WBJEE 2014 Confirmation Page given at the end of this page before affixing, their photographs or putting their signatures.

 

How to fill WBJEE Medical 2014 Online Application Form: Candidates interested in WBJEE Medical UG Exam need to go through the entire WBJEE Medical Application Form Process provided here to fill in the West Bengal MBBS Application Form.


View the Step by Step Guide to filling in your WBJEE Medical 2014 Online Application Form(in Bengali language):


PERSONAL DETAILS

Application Form For: Medical/ Medical/ Both courses

Candidate’s Full Name: Maximum 46 character; don’t use prefixes like Sri, Mr, Ms, Dr, Late etc.

Father’s Name: Maximum 46 characters; don’t use prefixes like Sri, Mr, Ms, Dr, Late etc.

Mother’s Name: Maximum 46 characters; don’t use prefixes like Sri, Mr, Ms, Dr, Late etc.

Date of Birth: You to provide in the date of Birth in following format DD/MM/YYYY

Nationality: Only Indians are Eligible

State of Domicile: West Bengal/ Assam/ Tripura/ Others

District of Residence

  • For W.B, District code: 71-89
  • For Tripura, District code: 90
  • For Assam, District code: 91
  • For Others, District code: 92

Religion: Buddhist/Hindu /Christian/Muslim/Others/Sikh

If Religion is Others, specify:

Category:  Gen/ OBC-A/OBC-B/SC/ST (for W.B Assam, Tripura and Others candidates)

Note:  Outside Bengal candidates should choose GEN only

 

Person with Disability (PWD): Yes/No

Note:  Outside Bengal candidates should choose NO only

 

Income Category

  • Above 10 Lakhs

  • Between 10 Lakhs to 4.5 Lakhs

  • Between 4.5 Lakhs to 2.5 Lakhs

  • Below 2.5 Lakhs

  • Whether eligible for Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) scheme:  This is Auto-filled on Income Code basis (If Income code above is 4 then TFW=’YES’ Else TFW=’NO’)

 

Gender: The candidates need to provide in the gender.

Place of Residence

  • Permanent Address: Address: Should be of maximum 100 characters

Pin Code: Should be of 6 characters only

  • Address for Communication: Same as Place of Residence (if Yes, the below fields are auto filled) The address should be of maximum 100 characters

Pin Code: Should be of 6 characters only

 

Choice of Examination Centre

  • First Choice of Examination Centre (District-Zone):

  • Second Choice of Examination Centre (District-Zone):

  • Third choice of Examination Centre (District-Zone):

Note: Candidate must choose from the corresponding list given

 

Academic Details

Class 10 or Equivalent Details:

  • Year of Passing Madhyamik or Class 10 equivalent exam: (1973-2014)

  • Name and Address of School from which candidate has passed the Class 10 exam

  • School Name: Should be of Maximum 100 characters

  • School Address: Should be of Maximum 100 characters

  • Pin code: Should be of 6 characters only

 

Class 12 or Equivalent Details:

  • Board from which passed or appearing Class 12 or equivalent exam: as per list given

  • Name and Postal Address of School from which applicant passed or will appear Class 12 or Equivalent Exam:

  • School Name: Should be of Maximum 100 characters

  • School Address: Should be of Maximum 100 characters

  • Pin code: Should be of 6 characters only

 

Contact Details

  • Landline No with STD Code: (20 characters and the field is optional)

  • Mobile No: (10 characters and is mandatory) The Mobile Number provided here by you shall be utilized for sending SMS to you regarding WBJEE MBBS 2014 Exam

  • Email Address: (30 characters and is mandatory) The Email ID shall be used for sending mails and information regarding West Bengal UG Medical 2014 Exam

 

Applied For JEE Main

  • Have you Applied in JEE Main 2014: Yes/No

  • Application Number: JEE Main 2014 Application no is to be entered of maximum 8 characters

 

Security Pin: You need to provide it as is given on the screen.

 

Afterwards, you need to click the Next button.

 

The WBJEE 2014 Online Application Form duly filled-in is shown on the screen.


Important: Please Note Down the WBJEE 2014 Application Number for Future Reference

Declaration

I hereby declare that all the particulars stated in this application form are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I have read and understood the procedure for WBJEEM -2014. I shall abide by terms and conditions there on.

Note: You have to tick the I AGREE Box provided in there.

 

Edit WBJEE 2014 Application Form: Candidates can edit their details if they click EDIT Credentials

Submission: Finally you have to click on FINAL SUBMIT to click for Payment.

 

FEE Payment: Rs. 500/- (Rupees Five Hundred Only)

You have to choose the Pay Examination Fee to be able to pay the WBJEE 2014

1. Online: Through Debit Card/Internet Banking. Credit Card Payment will start shortly.

Candidates must follow the instructions carefully to pay online.

Note:

Additional charge of 1.20% for Credit Cards

Additional charges of 0.75% for Debit Cards

 

After successful payment, you can print their WBJEE 2014 Confirmation Page and Top Sheet

 

2. Through Allahabad Bank E-Challan:

You will be required to download the E-Challan first and pay at any Core Banking Service Branch (CBS) of Allahabad Bank. Click here for the list.

Note: Service charges of Rs. 6/- extra will be applicable on the WBJEE 2014 Online Application Form.

Candidates must log in and enter the details to avail the WBJEE 2014 Confirmation Page and Top Sheet.

 

WBJEE 2014 Confirmation Page

1. Photograph:

  • You have to paste two recent colour photographs in the specified place in the Confirmation Page.

  • You should NOT Staple or Pin the photographs.

  • Only one photograph should be attested.

2. Signature:

  • Candidates are required to put their full signature in the specified places

  • They Should NOT sign in Capital Letters

 

Other Guidelines

  • Candidates Should NOT over write anywhere in the Confirmation Page. If any mistakes are committed, they must take a fresh printout for the same.
  • They Should NOT use different colours of ink during filling in of the WBJEE 2014 Confirmation Page. They should use one pen only throughout.
  • They Should NOT damage, wrinkle or scribble or fold the WBJEE 2014 Confirmation Page.
  • They Should NOT staple any document to the WBJEE 2014 Confirmation Page.
  • They should NOT staple the confirmation page with photocopy of the testimonials.

 

Important: Candidates are advised to keep a copy of the Confirmation Page for their reference.

 

Candidates can get more information on WBJEE Medical 2014 Exam – Click below

WBJEE Medical 2014 Important Dates

WBJEE Medical 2014 Application Procedure

WBJEE Medical 2014 Eligibility

WBJEE Medical 2014 Exam Pattern

WBJEE Medical 2014 Admit Card

WBJEE Medical 2014 Result

 

 

What Enclosures are required to send to the WBJEE Board?

1. Confirmation Page duly signed with photographs pasted (only one photo to be attested)

2. Top sheet duly signed by the candidate with the copies of the following documents:

  • WBJEE 2014 Application fee receipt/E-Challan

  • Admit Card of Class 10th

  • Domicile Certificate

  • Category Certificate (for SC/ST), if applicable

  • PWD Certificate, if applicable

  • TFW Certificate, if applicable

3. Candidates must send the above documents by SPEED POST, Only to

West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board,

AQ-13/1, Sector-V,

Salt Lake City,

Kolkata-700 091

West Bengal

India

 

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