KEAM 2014 Medical Application Form
Apratim Chatterjee, 22 Jul 2014, #NEET
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UPES - School of Health Sciences

KEAM 2014 Medical Application Form- Officer of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations has invited online applications for KEAM MBBS/BDS 2014. KEAM 2014 MBBS/BDS application is available from January 10, 2014. Candidates need to apply online for KEAM 2014 application form.

Candidates need to log in to the official website for applying online for KEAM 2014 Online Applications.

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Having problems, doubts and queries, call at KEAM MBBS 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360

KEAM 2014 Application Fee: Eligible candidates need to remit an application fee of Rs. 800/- only for General candidates and Rs. 400/- only that for SC/ST.

Mode of Payment of KEAM 2014 application fee: Candidates can remit the application fees using any of the two modes – Security Card or Demand Draft

Security card – Security card and prospectus can be obtained from the list of selected post offices in Kerala and outside on payment of the requisite amount of application fee by cash. The security card consists of a key number which is placed in the security panel and not visible unless the silver panel is scratched. There is also a serial number on each security card. The key number and the serial number are unique and are required for filling in the details of online application.

Demand Draft: KEAM 2014 MBBS application fee can be paid through a Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations payable at Thiruvananthapuram.

KEAM MBBS 2014 Online Application Submission: There are seven steps for filling and submitting KEAM MBBS 2014 online application form.

Step 1: Candidate Registration – This is one time process where the interested and eligible candidate will register himself. During the registration procedure, the candidate will get the system generated application number. Thereby the candidates need to provide a password. The candidate will be required to re-enter the password for confirmation.

 Step 2: Candidate Login – The candidate will be required to proceed with the login process through all the stages of online submission and for the purpose; he/she has to provide the application number and password.

Step 3: Filling up of KEAM MBBS 2014 Application Form – The candidates need to fill in all the required details of KEAM MBBS 2014 application form. The candidates are advised to read the prospectus for carefully before filling in the application form.
Candidates will be required to click on the ‘Save’ button to save the entries before proceeding to the next step.

Step 4: Final Submission of application – The candidates will be required to ensure the details which they have furnished during filling in the application form and then they must click ‘Final Submission’ link.

Step 5: Payment of application fee – The candidate needs to provide the details of application fee.

Step 6: Print out of application: Candidate shall be required to take a print out of the online submitted application form which comprises of all the information provided during step 3 to step 5.

Step 7: Sending the print out of application and supporting documents to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations – The candidate will be required to affix a photograph of the applicant of the same as that uploaded on the online application form duly attested by the Gazetted Officer or the Head of the Institution from where he has last attended.

The envelope with the marked address should be sent to the address provided below.


Office of the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations,

5th Floor, Housing and Board Buildings,

Santhi Nagar,

Thiruvananthapuram – 695001


KEAM 2014 Application – Click Here to Apply Online for MBBS BDS Applications

Note: KEAM MBBS 2014 applications should be completed in all respects. Incomplete applications in any respects shall be summarily rejected. Candidates are advised to take out a print out of the completed filled-in KEAM MBBS 2014 application form for future reference.

Enclosures to be submitted with the KEAM MBBS 2014 Application Form:

  • Nativity certificate in original from the concerned village officer

  • Attested copy of the SSLC or equivalent certificate

  • Course certificate duly filled in with the signature and seal of the Head of the Institution last attended or studying

  • Community certificate and Income certificate in original from the concerned village officer

  • Original certificates in proof in support of any claim for special reservation

  • Caste Certificates, if applicable

  • Inter caste marriage certificate in original from the concerned village officer, if applicable

  • Self attested copy of the medical certificates from the District Medical Board, in case of Persons with Disability

  • Self attested copies of the marks sheets of all parts of the Higher Secondary or equivalent examination

  • Demand Draft, if applicable

KEAM MBBS 2014 Exam shall be conducted on April 23, 2014 for Paper – Chemistry and Physics and Biology.

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