HP NEET Application Form 2020
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HP NEET Application Form 2020 - Himachal Pradesh University (HPU), Shimla will release the application form of HP MBBS/BDS 2020 in the last week of June. Candidates who wish to participate in the HP NEET registration process must fulfill the eligibility criteria as specified by the authority. It is mandatory to fill HP MBBS 2020 application form till the last date in order to be considered for admission to medical and dental colleges. For admission to HP MBBS/BDS 2020, aspirants must qualify NEET exam conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) on May 3. Only medical aspirants who filled HP NEET Application Form 2020 will be allowed to appear for admission to 870 MBBS and 191 BDS seats in the state.

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The application form can be filled in five steps, which includes HP MBBS/BDS registration, filling of application form, fees payment, submission of form and printout of confirmation page. While filling HP NEET application form 2020, it is mandatory to upload the passport size photograph and signature as per the specifications mentioned by the authority. For successful submission of the form, HP MBBS application fees must be paid in online mode, otherwise it will not be accepted. For more information on how to fill HP NEET Application Form 2020, fees, documents and other related details, read the article below.

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HP MBBS 2020 application form dates

Candidates can check the dates related to HP MBBS admissions 2020 from the table below.

HP MBBS application dates

Events

Dates*

Online registration

Last week of June 2020

Last date to register with successful fees payment

Last week of June 2020

Correction window

First week of July 2020

Provisional merit list

First week of July 2020

Mop-up round

Filling of application form of mop-up round

First week of August 2020

Last date for registrations

Second week of August 2020

*dates are tentative

HP MBBS eligibility criteria 2020

Before registering for HP MBBS admission 2020, aspirants must go through the eligibility conditions specified by the authority to check whether they are eligible or not. Check the basic eligibility conditions below.

  • Candidates must be of 17 years old as on December 31, 2020, while the upper age limit is 25 years (30 years for aspirants from SC/ST/OBC)

  • One should be a bonafide resident of the state in order to be eligible for HP MBBS 2020 admission under 85% state quota seats.

  • However, for admission under management quota seats, candidates from any state can apply.

  • Bonafide residents of Himachal Pradesh whose parents are shifted outside the state for All India Services can also fill HP NEET Application Form 2020

  • Aspirants who have passed/appeared in Class 12 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as the main subjects can apply for admissions. NIOS students can also register themselves.

  • In the qualifying examination, general category students must secure at least 50% while for reserved categories it is 40%

  • It is important to secure NEET cutoff 2020 percentile and scores to pass the entrance exam as mentioned below.

NEET qualifying percentile

Category

Cutoff percentile

Cutoff scores

Unreserved

50th

701-134

SC/ST/OBC

40th

133-107

Unreserved - PH

45th

133-120

SC/ST/OBC - PH

40th

133-107

HP MBBS 2020 application form - steps to apply

The five simple steps in which the application form can be filled are mentioned below.

  1. HP MBBS online registrations

  2. FIlling of application form

  3. Payment of fees

  4. Submission of application form

  5. Printout of confirmation page

How to fill HP NEET Application Form 2020?

In order to fill the application form of HP MBBS 2020, aspirants can check the steps mentioned below.

Step 1 - HP MBBS registration 2020

  • The first step to fill the application form of HP MBBS 2020 is registration.

  • For registration process, aspirants need to click on the link, when available

  • Before filling the form, click on ‘Undergraduate’ and select the course for admission

  • After the course is selected, the instructions will be mentioned on the screen, which must be read carefully. Click on ‘proceed’ for filling HP MBBS/BDS application form 2020

  • The personal details such as father’s name, mother’s name, date of birth, gender, nationality, age, category, aadhar number, mobile number and email ID should be entered

  • After submission of details, the unique registration number and password will be send the registered mobile number and email ID.

Step 2 - Filling of HP MBBS 2020 application form

In this step, aspirants have to enter the following qualification details, uploading of images in the space provided in the authority.

Academic details:

  • NEET 2020 roll number

  • NEET result 2020 details

  • All India Merit Rank

  • Details of Class 12 qualifying examination

  • Subject-wise marks in qualifying exam or equivalent exam

Other details:

  • Bonafide details

  • Class 8, 10 and 11 from recognised schools of the state

  • Child of Kashmiri migrant?

  • Child of Tibetian refugees?

  • Details of Class 12 or equivalent in case passed from abroad

  • Correspondence and permanent address

Uploading of scanned images

The following scanned images should be uploaded in HP NEET Application Form 2020 as per the specifications mentioned by the authority.

Documents to be uploaded

Documents

Size

Format

Other details

Passport size photograph

Maximum of 100 kb

.JPG or .JPEG

File name of 10 characters

Signature

100 kb maximum

.JPG or .JPEG

File name of 10 characters

NEET UG result 2020

2 MB maximum

PDF

File name of 10 characters

Step 3 - Payment of HP NEET application fees

After the successful submission of application form, aspirants must deposit the requisite amount of HP MBBS/BDS registration fees. The amount and modes of payment has been provided in the table below.

HP MBBS application fee details

Particulars

Category

Details

Amount to be paid

General/NRI/OBC & other categories

Rs. 2000


SC/ST/PH

Rs. 1000

Mode of payment

Online mode using credit/debit cards and net banking through HDFC bank or SBI payment gateway

Note: Aspirants must remember to download the transaction slip for future references.

Step 4 - Submission of application form of HP MBBS 2020

Once the payment of application fees, aspirants have to final submit the HP NEET Application Form 2020 by clicking on the final submit button. Before the final submission, the system will advise them to cross-check the details filled, as some of the fields cannot be edited thereafter. It is important to finally submit the application form, as without that it will not be submitted.

Step 5 - Printout of confirmation page

HP NEET Application Form will be submitted successfully and the confirmation page will be displayed on the screen. Candidates are suggested to verify the details printed on it and take at least 2-3 printouts of confirmation page, which can be used during admission process.

Candidates must take note that on the basis of details filled in the application form the authority will prepare and release HP MBBS merit list 2020 in the first week of July in PDF format. Such aspirants who will be included in the merit list will be considered eligible to be called for HP MBBS/BDS counselling process.

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