JKCET Medical 2015 Application Form
Urvashi Dalal, 04 Mar 2015, #NEET
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JKCET Medical 2015 Application Form: The application procedure for JKCET Medical 2015 has started from Feb 17, and will continue till March 11, 2015. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 30-31, 2015. The JKCET Medical 2015 Application Procedure is important for the aspirants who are willing to take admission into MBBS/BDS programme of participating institutes of Jammu and Kashmir medical colleges. The JKCET Medical 2015 Application Procedure is entirely online, and the candidates must register via online mode only.

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The JKCET Medical 2015 entrance exam is conducted for admission to medical undergraduate course like MBBS, BDS. The state level entrance exam is conducted byThe Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE).

Important Highlights of JKCET Medical 2015 Application Procedure

  • Candidate must read the instructions and procedure carefully before filling up the Online Application Form.

  • Payment of Application Fee of Rs. 1000 will be through HDFC Payment Gateway integrated with the online Application Form. Candidate can make payment via any Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking or by Bank Challan of J&K Bank/HDFC Bank for depositing the fee amount in any branch of J&K Bank or HDFC Bank directly in the BOPEE Accounts.

  • After successful submission of Online Application Form, a provisional Registration Slip having Application Number and all candidate details will be generated. Candidate must take a print-out of the same until the admission procedure is over.

  • Before applying online, candidate must ensure he/she has scanned image of his photograph, signature and thumb-impression in JPEG/JPG format saved on the computer; candidate should also have his/her payment mode details handy. The size of the photograph should not exceed 500 Kb, and the size of signature and Thumb-impression should not exceed 200 Kb.

  • Please enter the required details to generate an application number. Candidate is required to carefully note his/her application number for future reference.

  • Once the Application Number is generated, candidate is required to LOGIN with Application Number and Date of Birth to complete the form with other details.

  • Candidates also have to upload photo, signature and left thumb impression images.

  • Once successfully done, candidate will be shown his complete details as recorded. Candidate is required to thoroughly check all credentials and make corrections (if any) by pressing the modify button.

  • Once the details are confirmed, candidate will be directed to opt for the mode of payment. Candidate can either pay through HFDC/J& K Bank Challan or online payment though HDFC Payment Gateway

  • Candidate can make online payment through any Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking.

  • Once the payment is successful, the Application Form will be generated for submission and print-out.

  • Candidate will need to click the logout button to ensure completion of the Online Application process.

  • If candidate has opted to make payment though Bank Challan, he/she will be required to submit a copy of the Registration Slip along-with copy of Bank Challan at BOP office in Jammu or Srinagar within the date mentioned in the Admission Notification issued separately.

Candidates can apply for JKCET Medical 2015 Application Form from the link given below:


It is important for the aspirants to follow the JKCET Medical 2015 Application Procedure for a successful registration for the JKCET 2015 entrance examination.

  • Candidates claimimg benefit of any reserved category have to submit the confirmation page of their Online Application Form by hand or by post , along with the attested copy of their Reserved Category certificate in the office of the J & K Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE) Srinagar/Jammu from February 18, 2015 to March 11, 2015.

  • Candidates belonging to unreserved category who fails to deposit the confirmation page of their online Application Form shall have to pay a late fee of Rs.1000 through Bank Challan or POS machine available at BOPEE offices in Srinagar or Jammu by or before March 13, 2015.

 

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