AIPMT 2016 Notification: Registration Process Begins

Anjani Chaand updated on : 23 Dec 2015
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All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) is scheduled to be conducted on 1st May, 2016

The online registration for All-India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) for the 2016-17 academic session started on Tuesday. The exam is scheduled to be held at 10am on May 1, 2016.

The AIPMT application form is available online only on the official website:  www.aipmt.nic.in.

The application fee for the general and OBC candidates is Rs 1,400 (without late fee) or Rs 2,800 (with late fee). For the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/physically handicapped candidates, the fee is Rs 750 (without late fee) or Rs 2,150 (with late fee).

 

Important Dates

 

Without Late Fee

Schedule for on-line submission of application

For fee through e-challan

For fee through other modes

15.12.2015 (Tuesday) to

08.01.2016 (Friday)

15.12.2015 (Tuesday) to

12.01.2016 (Tuesday)

Last date for successful final transaction of fee

12.01.2016 (Tuesday)

12.01.2016 (Tuesday)

With Late Fee

 

For fee through e-challan

For fee through other modes

Schedule for on-line submission of application

13.01.2016 (Wednesday) to

06.02.2016 (Saturday)

13.01.2016 (Wednesday) to

10.02.2016 (Wednesday)

Last date for successful transaction of fee

10.02.2016 (Wednesday)

10.02.2016 (Wednesday)

Date of uploading of Admit Cards on website

01.04.2016 (Friday)

Date of Examination, AIPMT-2016

01.05.2016 (Sunday)

Display of OMR Sheet

Between 19th May, 2016 to 23rd May, 2016 for any three days

Display of Answer Key

24th May, 2016 to 26th May, 2016

Declaration of Result By 5th June, 2016

By 5th June, 2016

 

 

Local academician and AIPMT trainer Arvind Goyal said, “Parents and students should not fill the form hurriedly, they should go through the information brochure and detailed instructions, especially regarding the photograph, signature and fee, carefully before attempting to fill the form as once the form is submitted it can neither be corrected, nor resubmitted.”

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has already issued detailed instructions regarding the banned items and dress code for the day of examination.

Goyal added the parents must see to it that their wards follow the given instructions and reach the exam centre well before time for special security measures that may be required on the spot like frisking.

Source: Hindustan Times

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