CBSE asks AIPMT 2016 aspirants to avoid calling multiple helpline numbers; Releases FAQ on AIPMT 2016 applications
Govind Kumar, 13 Jan 2016, #NEET

What if you paid AIPMT application fee twice through debit/credit card? When will excess fee be refunded? How to change the test paper language option after filling the application form? Is change in the exam city allowed after filling the application form?  Such queries are asked most frequently by AIPMT candidates on CBSE helpline numbers.

Now,Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has come up with answers to the FAQs and advised candidates to not make repeated call on CBSE helpline numbers related to AIPMT 2016 application form.

Careers360 brings you FAQs by AIPMT 2016 aspirants and answers by CBSE:

Q. 1.  Fee has been paid twice through debit/credit card. When will excess fee be refunded?

Ans: This kind of refund is made in auto mode similarly as is being done in case of railway reservation. Concerned banks will verify and refund the fee automatically in the same account from which fee has been paid.

Q.2. Photo has been uploaded in the application form which doesn’t have name of the candidate and date of photograph.

Ans: The photograph which is to be uploaded in the application form does not require name of the candidate and date of photograph. Also, if any candidate has uploaded the photograph having name and date of photograph, the same will also be accepted. But name and date of photograph is must on the photograph to be carried to the examination centre on the day of examination affixed on the proforma.

Q.3. I wish to choose English as medium but wrongly Hindi has been chosen. Now wish to change the medium.

Ans: In such cases, no change is allowed. However, the Hindi medium paper will be bilingual meaning thereby it will be both in Hindi and English.

Q.4. I wish to choose Hindi as medium but wrongly English has been chosen. Now wish to change the medium.

Ans: In such cases, no change is allowed. Candidates will be supplied question paper in English medium only.

Q.5. I wish to change the Examination Centre City.

Ans: No change is allowed once the choice of the centre city has been submitted.

Q.6. I have filled in the wrong qualification code.

Ans: Qualification code once submitted is not allowed to be changed as it makes no effect on the eligibility of the candidate for the AIPMT Examination.


The AIPMT 2016 application procedure started on December 15. The last date to fill the application form was January 12 without late fee and with late fee is February 10, 2016. The registration process of AIPMT 2016 is a three-stage process where the first stage involves obtaining the online registration number. The second and third stages include uploading photograph and making payment through the online mode or Bank Challan respectively.

 AIPMT 2016 Application Procedure - With Late Fee


Schedule for on-line submission of application forms

For Fee Through e-challan

For Fee Through other Modes

January 13, 2016 to   February 06, 2016

January 13, 2016 to   February 10, 2016

Last date for successful final transaction of fee applicable for online application with Late Fee

February 10, 2016

    February 06, 2016

To Fill AIPMT 2016 Application Form – Click Here

AIPMT 2016
will be conducted on May 1, 2016 in the offline mode for 3 hours. The question booklet will contain 180 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany subjects. There will be 45 questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany

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