MP DMAT 2015 Application Form
MP DMAT 2015 Application Form – The Application Form for MP DMAT 2015 has been made available by the official exam conducting body, which is Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh (DMAT) for all India common entrance test for admission to private Medical and Dental colleges of Madhya Pradesh. The MP DMAT 2015 Application Form are available till July 4, 2015 in both offline and online mode.
Note: MP DMAT 2015 is will be now conducted on October 8, 2015 in an online mode. The online admit cards of MP DMAT 2015 will be made available from October 5, 2015.
MP DMAT 2015 is a national level examination which is conducted by the Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh. It is pre requisite exam for admissions to undergraduate health sciences courses i.e. MBBS/BDS and Nursing in various private dental and medical colleges across Madhya Pradesh state. Candidates who are interested in applying for the MP DMAT 2015 exam must fill in the application forms. Candidates can find the details about the MP DMAT 2015 Application Form below on this page.
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MP DMAT 2015 Application Form Can Be Purchased From:
MP DMAT 2015 Application Form is available at the selected branches of State Bank of India on payment of Rs. 750 through cash.
MP DMAT 2015 Application Form can also be obtained from the Association Office/Participating Colleges by post by remitting a DD of Rs. 850 (including postal charges)
In case the application form has been downloaded from website it shall be submitted along with Demand Draft of Rs. 1500 for MBBS & BDS Courses. Demand draft should be drawn in favour of APDMC, payable at Bhopal
How to Fill MP DMAT 2015 Application Form:
Offline Form should be filled by the candidate in their own handwriting
Name of the Candidate: Write first name, middle name and then surname in the boxes provided on top of the circles. Leave a box blank between first, second and surname
Date of Birth of Candidate: In the first column two boxes are provided; write the date in the boxes. Thereafter two boxes are provided, write the month (if born in January, write 01) and in the third column two boxes are given. Write the year (if born in year 1991 write 9 and 1)
Sex: Tick the appropriate Column Male or Female in the box provided
Courses: Tick the choice of course. Candidate appearing for DMAT 2015 are eligible for any course available in the counselling if qualify for that course whether opted or not.
Choice of Centres: Tick up the choice of the two centres in order of preference and write Centre Code number. Candidates must write first and second choice of their exam centres
Name of Parent/Guardian: Write first name, then middle name (abbreviate if necessary) then surname in the boxes provided. Leave a box blank between names.
Mailing Address: Mailing address should be clearly written entirely inside the boxes. Write your address and finally PIN code. Write address in capital letters only. If you have contact telephone/mobile numbers please fill in the boxes
Photograph: A recent colour high contrast 3.5 cm. x 4.5 cm. size photograph is required. Only photograph of the front profile with full face, head, shoulder and with both ears visible and taken without wearing any cap or hat or sunglasses will only be accepted. Polaroid photo is NOT acceptable. Photograph must be taken on or after 1st January, 2015 with a placard indicating the name of the candidate and the date of taking photograph. Candidate must note that and date are written on the photograph after taking it, the application will be rejected
Photograph should be pasted in such a manner that full profile or head, face and shoulder lies entirely inside the box. It is advisable to not staple to fix the photograph. Do not attest or sign the photograph.
Signature: Signature should be made by the Candidate himself/herself entirely inside the box.
Thumb Impression: For offline application, apply your left thumb impression using Red Stamp Pad ink in the space provided in application form
How to Submit DMAT 2015 Application Form:
DMAT 2015 Application Forms complete in all respect should be submitted through Registered / Speed Post/Courier/in person to the
Controller of Examination,
DMAT OFFICE, E-2/51, Arera Colony,
Opp. Habibganj Railway Station, BHOPAL (M.P) – 462016
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