Telangana MBBS Application Form 2019
PriyamDave, 05 Sep 2019, #NEET
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Telangana MBBS Application Form 2019 - Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS), Telangana has released the Telangana MBBS 2019 application form for admission to BHMS courses on Septemeber 5, 2019. A link to fill the online application form has been provided below. Eligible candidates will be able to fill the application form till September 11, 2019. Based on the online registration, the provisional merit list will be released on September 12, 2019. Candidates who meet all the eligibility conditions set by the state could do Telangana MBBS online registration 2019 till July 10 up to 6:00 PM. Also, it is mandatory for aspirants to appear and qualify the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG), which was conducted on May 5, 2019. The registered students will be included in the merit list and will be called for the counselling procedure. A link to fill the application form has been provided below. If candidates are facing trouble in filling the application form due to technical problems they can contact the helpdesk number or can contact the helpline centre at Prof. Ramreddy Center for Distance Education (PGRRCDE), OU campus, Hyderabad in person between 10: 00 AM to 4:00 PM during the days of online registration. Aspirants willing for admission to 3,151 MBBS and 1,125 BDS seats must fill the application form of Telangana MBBS 2019 within the last date of submission. While filling the application form, aspirants need to register themselves by entering their NEET 2019 roll number, rank and mobile number. The registration number will appear on the screen, after which candidates can fill the Telangana MBBS application form 2019.

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In the application form, applicants have to enter their personal, academic, communication and other asked details. The prescribed registration fee must be paid by aspirants in online mode using credit/debit cards or net banking. Once the application form is submitted, the printout of the application form must be taken for future references. Read the article on Telangana MBBS application form 2019 procedure, fees, documents required and other details below.

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Telangana MBBS Application Form 2019 Dates

Check the important dates of Telangana MBBS/BDS 2019 application form in the table below to keep a track on the crucial events.

Dates of Telangana BHMS application form 2019

Events Dates
Online registrationSeptember 5, 2019
Last date to registration
Septmeber 11, 2019
Release of provisional merit listSeptember 12, 2019

Dates of Telangana MBBS application form (Convener quota)



Competent authority seats

Release of notification

June 21, 2019

Availability of application form

June 22, 2019 (8:00 AM)

Last date to register online

June 28, 2019 (4:00 PM)

Dates of Telangana MBBS application form ( Management Quota)

Events Dates
Online registrationJuly 3, 2019
Last date to registerJuly 10, 2019, up to 6:00 PM
Release of provisional merit listJuly 11, 2019

Dates of Telangana AYUSH application form 2019

Online registration startsJuly 13, 2019
Last date to register onlineJuly 20, 2019
Publication of provisional merit listJuly 22, 2019

Telangana MBBS Eligibility Criteria 2019

Before start filling the application form, aspirants are required to go through the basic eligibility conditions set by the state. Below are some of the important Telangana MBBS/BDS eligibility criteria 2019.

  • Candidates must be a citizen of India. OCIs and PIOs will also be eligible to appear for Telangana MBBS admission 2019.

  • Aspirants must fulfill the age criteria and should have born between May 7, 1994 to January 1, 2003 to be eligible for admission to MBBS and BDS courses available in the colleges of Telangana.

  • Once must fulfill the local or non-local status of the state.

  • General category aspirants must have passed their Class 12 or equivalent examination with 50% taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English. While for SC/ST/OBC candidates, it is 40%.

  • The minimum qualifying cutoff of NEET 2019 must be secured by the candidates. For unreserved category, it is 50 percentile, while for reserved category aspirants it is 40 percentile.

Telangana MBBS Application Form 2019 Steps

The application form of Telangana MBBS/BDS 2019 can be filled in five steps, which includes:

  1. Online registration

  2. Login to fill the application form

  3. Filling of academic and personal details

  4. Declaration form

  5. Payment of application fees

  6. Printout of submitted application form

How to fill the Telangana MBBS 2019 Application Form?

In order to register themselves for Telangana MBBS/BDS admission 2019, candidates can read the stepwise procedure below.

Step 1: Telangana MBBS online registration 2019

A link to start filling the Telangana MBBS application form has been provided on this page. Use the link stating “Online Registration” displayed on the screen. Thereafter, candidates need to enter their NEET rank, roll number (as mentioned in NEET UG 2019 admit card) and valid mobile number to validate themselves. Once the account of a particular student will be verified, the registration number will be allotted to the applicant.

Step 2: Login to fill the application form

The registration number allotted after registration must be used along with the NEET roll number to login for filling the application form. The registration number must be noted and preserved for future use.

Step 3: Filling of academic and personal details

After logging in, Telangana MBBS application form 2019 will appear on the screen, where the following personal, academic, category, communication and other details must be entered.

Personal, communication and category details:

  • NEET rank

  • Percentile secured

  • Mobile number

  • Candidate name

  • Email ID

  • Aadhaar card number

  • Father’s name

  • Mother’s name

  • Gender

  • Category

  • Local area

  • Minority

  • PH status

  • NCC student

  • Sports quota

  • CAP

  • Address

  • Place

  • District

  • State and Pin code

Academic details:

  • Class 10 admit card number

  • Month and year of passing

  • Marks obtained and maximum marks

  • Board details

  • Study details of Class 6 to 12 such as - year of study, name of school, place, district and state

Step 4: Declaration form

Every candidate whose application form is filled must click on the box provided for the declaration form which states that the information provided by them are correct and any false information will lead to cancellation of the candidature.

Click on save and pay, if candidates wish to pay the fees or click on ‘save and exit’ to pay the fees later.

Step 5 - Payment of application fees

Once the application is filled, the registration fees must be paid by the candidates. In order to submit the form successfully, Telangana MBBS application fees must be paid in online mode using credit/debit cards or net banking.

The application fee for general and backward class category is Rs. 3000, while for SC and ST categories, it is Rs. 2500. The amount is the combination of registration fees and verification fees.

Step 6: Printout of submitted application form

Once the application form of Telangana MBBS/BDS 2019 is successfully submitted, the confirmation page will be displayed on the screen. Aspirants are advised to take a printout of the confirmation page for future references. A passport size photograph used at the time of NEET UG application form 2019 must be affixed on the printout of application form and submitted at the notified centres.

Telangana MBBS Application Form 2019 - Verification of documents

The list of following documents must be submitted at the time of verification at the nodal centres. Unavailability of any document will lead to cancellation of candidature.

  • NEET admit card

  • NEET score card 2019

  • Class 10 or equivalent examination pass certificate for date of birth

  • Class 12 or equivalent exam pass certificate

  • Transfer certificate

  • Study certificate from Class 6 to 12

  • Permanent caste certificate claiming seats reservation under SC/ST/BC categories issued by competent authorities of the state

  • Aadhaar card

  • Minority certificate issued by concerned departments

  • 10 years of residence certificate for students who have studied in the institutions of Telangana

  • Income certificate for aspirants claiming fee exemption

  • Local status certificate issued by MRO for claiming TS local

  • Undertaking an affidavit of Rs. 100 stamp paper by the parent and candidate stating that the caste and area mentioned in the certificate are genuine and they are responsible for any further consequences as per the law, in case of discrepancy

  • CAP, NCC, Sports & games, PH, PMC and Anglo Indian candidates must submit the required certificate in support of their claim

Candidates whose application form is submitted will be included in the merit list of Telangana MBBS 2019 containing the state merit rank of domicile aspirants. Based on the state merit position, candidates will be called for Telangana MBBS 2019 counselling process.

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