AIPMT 2016 Application form: Correction window opens from Feb 15
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has opened a onetime correction window for candidates to rectify any mistakes in their AIPMT 2016 application form. The online correction window of AIPMT 2016 application form, which will be available till February 20, allows candidates to correct particulars like date of birth, state codes of eligibility, gender, category and disability status.
The CBSE has offered this correction opportunity after receiving several requests from candidates wanting to make correction in their submitted data. “Looking into the requests received by the Board from the candidates to permit them to make correction in their data submitted in AIPMT application form, the Board has decided to provide one time correction opportunity to the candidates only in the data which may affect the merit/result” CBSE said.
After submitting the required correction candidates are advised to take printout of the correction slip and retain the same for their future reference and record. Candidates must also note that if additional fee is required due to change in category, then required amount must remitted through Debit/Credit Card or Net Banking within the prescribed dates (February 15 to 20, 2016).
As this is a onetime opportunity, candidates are advised to be very careful while making corrections. Further, the examination authority will not entertain any correspondence in this regard.
The application process of AIPMT 2016 was available from December 15 to February 10 with late fee of Rs. 2150 and without late fee it was available till January 12. AIPMT 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on May 1, 2016 in the offline mode for 3 hours duration. The AIPMT 2016 question booklet will have 180 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany. There will be 45 questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany.
Correction is allowed for the following categories in the AIPMT 2016 application form:
Date of Birth
State Codes of Eligibility
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