KRLMPCA Medical CET 2016 Application form
KRLMPCA Medical 2016 Application form - The application form of KRLMPCA Medical CET 2016 is available now. The last date to fill KRLMPCA Medical application form 2016 is August 25 (before 4 pm). And the dully filled in application form must reach to examination authority on or before August 29, 2016 (upto 4 pm). Candidates can fill KRLMPCA Medical CET 2016 Application form after downloading it from the link given below. Application fee of KRLMPCA Medical CET 2016 application form is Rs 1000 which can be paid through demand draft in favour of KRLMPCA payable at Bangalore. Candidates can get Candidates can check KRLMPCA Medical CET 2016 Application procedure given below on this page.
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KRLMPCA Medical CET 2016 Application Form Procedure-
The application forms of KRLMPCA Medical CET 2016 is available online only
Candidates are required to fill up the complete application form with capital letter carefully as applicants would not be able to edit any information once it is received by the association office
Once the KRLMPCA Medical CET application form 2016 is completed, applicants need to take a print out of the application form and send it to the authority address along with the demand draft
Application fee is Rs.1000 and can be paid only through demand draft drawn in favor of KRLMPCA payable at Bangalore
Candidates need to mention their application number and phone number at the back of the demand draft
Applicants are advised to preserve a copy of their dully filed KRLMPCA Medical CET 2016 application form for future references
All the filled in applications should be reach by Speed post / Private Courier to the address mentioned below on or before August 29, 2016
Karnataka Religious & Linguistic Minority Professional Colleges Association (Regd.)
(K.R.L.M.P.C.A.) Flat No.143, 4th floor, “SURYAMUKHI”,
Garden Apartments, # 21, Vittal Mallya Road,
Bangalore-560 001 KARNATAKA
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Definitely one day you will hit the topper list. If you maintain the same accuracy.
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Have a bright future.
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