CBSE has asked selected AIMPT 2016 applicants to update their application form particulars including thumb impression, photograph and signature amid the ongoing application process. The exam conducting authority will be sending SMS alerts to the candidates who require updating their particulars, a CBSE notification read.The CBSE has offered modification in application form after it observed discrepancy in many applications while verifying AIPMT 2016 applications. “It has been observed that a number of candidates have uploaded photographs/Signatures/Right Hand Index Finger Impression which are either too small or not clear. In addition to this some of the candidates have uploaded these images at the wrong places,” CBSE said.
As per the official notification, CBSE, the exam conducting authority of AIPMT 2016, is now examining all the uploaded content in the successfully filled in application forms and will accordingly notify candidates in case of any discrepancy or deviation found. Selected candidates, who need to update the application form, will receive an SMS and email on their registered mobile number and email id.
“Accordingly, all the three types of images uploaded by the candidates are being checked by the CBSE and wherever discrepancy or deviation from required standards is being observed, the applicant will be sent an SMS and e-mail to this effect on the registered mobile number and e-mail ID of the candidate concerned,” it said. According to the officials, such candidates will need to upload the changed/fresh scanned image as per communication by logging into their account on the AIPMT website.
CBSE has also asked candidates to check their emails on regular basis for doing the needful within the given time period.
AIPMT 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on May 1, 2016 for providing admissions to as many as 3500 MBBS and BDS seats in government medical and dental colleges of India except institutions in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir.
First published on: January 25, 2016
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