Telangana MBBS Application Form 2020
Telangana MBBS Application Form 2020 - Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS) will release Telangana MBBS 2020 application form in the third week of June 2020. The application form of Telangana MBBS will be released in online mode for eligible candidates. Such candidates will be included in the merit list and will be called for Telangana MBBS counselling 2020. Medical aspirants must note that it is imperative for them to qualify NEET examination in order to be eligible for admissions in the state. While filling the Telangana NEET 2020 application form candidates will have to enter personal, academic and contact details. Candidates must also note that they will have to pay the Telangana MBBS application fee as set by the authorities through credit/debit card or net banking. For more details on the Telangana NEET application form 2020, important dates, steps to fill, etc., candidates can refer to the table below.
Telangana MBBS 2020 application form - Important dates
In the tables given below candidates can check for the important dates pertaining to the application form of Telangana MBBS. It is advised that they make sure to not skip any important event
Telangana MBBS application form 2020 - Important dates (Convenor Quota)
First week of July 2020*
Second week of July 2020*
Last date to register
Second week of July 2020*
Telangana MBBS 2020 application form - Important dates (Management Quota)
Online application release
Second week of July 2020*
Last date to register
Third week of July 2020*
Release of provisional merit list
Third week of July 2020*
Telangana MBBS eligibility criteria 2020
Candidates can check below the eligibility criteria for which needs to be fulfilled prior to filling the Telangana MBBS application form 2020.
Medical aspirants must be Indian citizens in order to be eligible. However, Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) and Person of Indian Origin (PIO) are also eligible to apply by filling Telangana MBBS/BDS 2020 application form
Candidates must fulfil the local or non-local status of the state as set by the authorities for Telangana MBBS admission 2020
Medical aspirants must have passed their intermediate (10+2) or equivalent with subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Zoology/Botany) or Biotechnology and English. The following conditions must also be fulfilled to fill the application form of Telangana NEET:
a. Candidates who are OC or are seeking admission through EWS reservation should not obtain less than 50% marks in the science subjects
b. Medical aspirants belonging to the BC/SC/ST category must not obtain less than 40% in the aforementioned subjects
c. Finally, those candidates belonging to the OP PH category must secure more than 45% in the science subjects
The basic NEET eligibility criteria 2020 must also be fulfilled by all the candidates
Candidates must also secure the minimum qualifying percentile in NEET 2020 as given below.
NEET cut off percentile
NEET 2019 cut off marks (out of 720)
Steps to fill Telangana MBBS application form 2020
The basic steps for Telangana MBBS 2020 registration have been given below. Candidates can go through the same to get an idea.
Step 1 - Registration
Step 2 - Login to fill the application form of Telangana MBBS
Step 3 - Filling details in the form
Step 4 - Signing the declaration of Telangana NEET application form 2020
Step 5 - Application fee payment
Step 6 - Telangana MBBS 2020 application form printout
Telangana MBBS application form 2020 - Procedure in detail
In the points mentioned below candidates can check for the detailed step-by-step procedure for filling the Telangana MBBS application form 2020.
1. Online registration
In the first step candidates are required to register themselves, for this a link will be provided to candidates above. They will be required to click on it and in the screen that opens, medical aspirants will be required to enter their NEET rank 2020, their roll number and valid contact details. The roll number of candidates must match in the application form and NEET admit card 2020 .
2. Login to fill Telangana MBBS 2020 application form
Using the registration number allotted to candidates in the first step of registration for Telangana MBBS and NEET roll number candidates will have to login. Candidates must make sure that they note down and preserve their registration number for future use.
3. Filling details in Telangana MBBS application form 2020
Candidates are required to fill in certain personal, category, academic and other details in the application form of Telangana MBBS. They are as follows:
Personal, category and contact details
State and Pin code
Aadhaar card number
Class 10 admit card number
Month and year of passing
Study details of Class 6 to 12 such as - year of study, name of school, place, district and state
Marks obtained and maximum marks
4. Signing the declaration of Telangana MBBS application form 2020
In this step candidates have to sign the declaration box which states that all the information provided by the candidate in the Telangana MBBS 2020 application form is correct to the best of their knowledge. Any false information may lead to cancellation of candidature. After signing the declaration candidates will have to click on ‘save and pay’ if they wish to make payment or ‘save and exit’ if they wish to pay the application fee later.
5. Application fee payment
After completing the steps mentioned above candidates will be required to pay the application fee of Telangana MBBS. Candidates must note that they can pay the Telangana MBBS application fee 2020 via credit/debit card and net banking. Category wise fee details are provided in the table below.
Telangana MBBS 2020 application fee
6. Telangana MBBS application form printout
Candidates will have to take out print out of the confirmation page of the Telangana MBBS application form 2020. The display of confirmation page signifies that candidates have successfully submitted the application fee of Telangana MBBS 2020. Candidates are required to paste passport size photographs, same as used at the time of filling NEET application form 2020 . After pasting photographs medical aspirants will be required to submit a copy of the confirmation page of Telangana MBBS 2020 application form at the notified centres.
Telangana MBBS application form - Documents required
Candidates are required to furnish below mentioned documents at the time of document verification at the nodal centres. Candidates must note that in case documents are not available their candidature might be cancelled.
NEET admit card
CAP, NCC, Sports & games, PH, PMC and Anglo Indian candidates must submit the required certificate in support of their claim
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
Class 10 or equivalent examination pass certificate for date of birth
Local status certificate issued by MRO for claiming TS local
Class 12 or equivalent exam pass certificate
Income certificate for aspirants claiming fee exemption
10 years of residence certificate for students who have studied in the institutions of Telangana
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
Minority certificate issued by concerned departments
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Telangana MBBS Application Form 2020
Question: What is the convenor Quota in the Telangana MBBS application form?
Convenor Quota seats are the seats reserved by the government for admission.
Question: What are A category and B category seats for MBBS in Telangana?
A category: These are the seat reserved for convenor Quota seats
B category: These are the management quota seats.
Question: What is the Telangana MBBS application fee for all the categories?
Candidates belonging to General/BC categories will have to pay Rs. 3000 whereas it is Rs. 2500 for SC/ST applicants.
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why iam so much of lazy and iam not preparing for neet still i didnot completed my syllabus meanwhile me shifting to another home pls tell me any suggestion Im too demotivated pls help me
If you are feeling demotivated then keep reminding yourself why you want to clear Neet? it's because you want to become a doctor and save life, every time you will think of wearing that white coat and stethoscope it will be your driving force for your studies and will always motivate
Now tp concentrate, focus and avoid wastage of time ,follow the below tips:-
*Don't keep your mobile near you while studying, as mobile is the biggest distraction while studying
*Make a routine, and try to give at least 8 hours or more to study , your routine should revolve around things i.e study, revise and practice . Routine will help you to eliminate procrastination
*Don't study a single subject for long hours as it makes you feel bored, keep changing the subject after every 2-3 hours
As you haven't your syllabus yet focus more on ncert as around 90 % questions in neet are from ncert, some Important chapters for neet as per their previous year weightage in neet question papers are listed below subject wise , stress more on these as you have less time:-
Optics - 10% weightage
Dual nature of matter ,atoms and nuclei-9%
Current electricity -8%
Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current-8%
Laws of motion & work power energy-7%
Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism-5%
System of Particles and Rotational Motion-5%
Coordination Compounds- 9%
p-Block, d- and f-Block Elements- 9%
Chemical bonding and molecular structure-5%
Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques- 4%
Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers :-4%
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids-4%
Human physiology:- 20%
Genetics and Evolution:-18%
Diversity in living organism:- 14%
Biology and Human Welfare:-9%
Cell: Structure and Function:- 9 %
Plant Physiology:- 6%
Ecology and Environment:- 6%
*Allow short breaks of 20 to 30 minutes in between your studies to refresh your mind
*You should practise at least 80 to 100 numericals and mcqs in Each chapter , practicing question helps your brain to be active other than reading only theory
*Solve previous NEET year questions :-it will let you know the examination pattern, type and difficulty level of questions, also concepts behind the question often gets repeated, so you should definitely solve year papers
*Go through NEET mock test papers , it will let you know your preparation level and and weak areas so that you can work on them and perform well in your examination
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