Have you committed an error while filling All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) form and submitted it, or are you confused whether you have filled all the particulars in the form correctly or not? Fret not, as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi is providing a chance to all the applicants to rectify the error committed while registering for AIPMT 2014 examination.
To correct any mistake in particulars, the candidate has to re-login to the official website.
However, be noted that correction or rectification in the fields such as City of Centre / State code of Eligibility / Question Paper Medium / Nationality are not allowed.
After correction, candidates may print correction slip and it advised to retain the slip for future reference and record.
Candidates are advised not to make any correspondence regarding corrections with the CBSE.
Due to correction in Category, if extra fee is payable, the same shall be remitted through DD drawn in favour of “Secretary, CBSE”, which should be payable at Delhi and sent along with copy of correction slip to the below mentioned address.
“The Assistant Secretary (Exam),
All India Pre-Medical / Pre-Dental Entrance Test Unit,
Central Board of Secondary Education,
Shiksha Kendra, 2,
Delhi – 110092”
Status of receipt of Confirmation Page of Applications in the CBSE can also be viewed on website.
It is advisable for the candidates to regularly visit the AIPMT official website for any further updates.
The AIPMT 2014 Exam will be conducted on 6th April all across the country. The last date to apply for the same is 31st January 2014 along with paying Rs. 1000 extra as late fee charge.
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