How to fill AIPMT 2014 Application
Ishita Parekh, 11 Dec 2014, #NEET

How to fill AIPMT 2014 Application is a step by step tutorial on filling in your AIPMT 2014 Application form brought by Careers360 after a careful and detailed study of the instructions given by the CBSE for filling in the AIPMT 2014 Online Application form. Every year many students make mistakes while filling in their AIPMT 2014 Application form and are frantic about it later. We at Careers360 are bringing you the details of each and every part of the AIPMT 2014 Application Form on this page so that you can avoid making mistakes and the precious time can be utilized for better preparation.

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Candidates can apply for AIPMT 2014 at the end of this page after going through detailed step by step instructions.


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Important features of AIPMT Application Form

  • AIPMT 2014 Application Form is completely online. There is no offline application form or downloadable application form available.
  • Cost of application form:


    Fee without Late Fee

    Fee with Late Fee


    December 1 to December 31, 2013

    January 1 to January 31, 2014



    Rs.2000/-  (Rs.1000+Rs.1000)



    Rs.1550/- (Rs.550+Rs.1000)

  • The fee can be remitted by Credit Card/Debit Card or through Challan by deposit in CBSE Account with Canara Bank or Syndicate Bank or e-Post Office.

  • Upload scanned image of passport size photograph in JPG format. The size of the image should be between 10kb and 100kb.

  • Upload scanned image of signature in JPG format. The size of the image should be between 3 kb to 20kb.

  • The application fees can be remitted through Credit Card/Debit Card (Syndicate Bank or Canara Bank) or E- Challan (Syndicate Bank or Canara Bank or India Post).

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Steps to fill AIPMT 2014 Online Application Form

View the Step by Step Guide to fill in your AIPMT 2014 Online Application Form:

Part 1: Fill up the online application form and note down the registration number. At the end of this page, two links are given namely ‘reset’ and ‘next’. Click on the ‘next’ button if you feel that the information provided by you is correct otherwise click ‘reset’. Once you click on ‘next’, information submitted by you will appear on the screen.

Read the information carefully. If you are sure that the information submitted by you is correct, then click on ‘submit’ otherwise click on ‘Back’.

After this step, you will automatically be directed to part 2 for uploading photograph and signature.

Part 2: Upload the scanned images of the passport size photograph and the signature. Thereafter, you will be taken to part 3 for payment of fees.

Keep your debit card/ credit card ready for remittance of fees if you wish to pay online.

Part 3: Payment of application fee should be done through Debit Card/Credit Card or challan should be downloaded and printed. The fee should be remitted in the designated accounts of Canara bank or Syndicate Bank or e-post office.

Note that if the fee is deposited through challan then fill in the relevant columns in the online application form in Part 3.

Part 4: You will be asked to updatee-challan transaction details if the fees are paid through challan.

Part 5: The last step is to take the print out of the confirmation page to be sent to CBSE along with the copy of proof of fee deposited, if the fee is paid through Challan.

Note that at least 4 copies of confirmation page and one copy of address slip maybe taken out. 3 copies of confirmation page are to be retained by the candidate.


Particulars to be filled in the Online AIPMT 2014 Application Form

His/her name, mother’s name and father’s name as given in High School Certificate of Board/University by selecting the following in the online application form:

  • Nationality: Indian/OCI

  • Affidavit: (for candidates from Andhra Pradesh and J & K who have opted for seats under 15% All India Quota)

  • Gender: Male/Female

  • Category: SC/ST/OBC/OR

  • Father’s/Guardian’s/Mother’s Occupation

  • Father’s/Guardian’s/Mother’s Educational Qualifications

  • Father’s/Guardian’s/Mother’s Total Annual Income

  • Question paper language: Hindi/English

  • Are you the only child of your parents (if you are the only child and there are no other siblings then write 1 in this column otherwise write 2)

  • Year of class XII passed/appearing

  • Percentage of marks/grade in class X and XII

  • Type of institution of class XII

  • Place of residence: Rural/Urban 

  • State to which the applicant belongs: Candidate should fill in the state of origin. For example, if a candidate belongs to Andhra Pradesh but has a domicile of Gujarat, then the candidate should fill Andhra Pradesh as the state to which he/she belongs.

  • Qualifying examination code

  • School Education Board

  • Choice of examination center

  • Choice of colleges for 15% All India Quota

Before mailing the confirmation page, make sure that the following things have been carried out:

  • You must sign the form at specified place and affix a left hand thumb impression

  • The application must bear the signature of parent/guardian

  • The application should have been authenticated and signed by the Head of the institution/Gazetted Officer.

  • A good quality coloured studio photograph should be duly pasted in the space earmarked for it. Mention your name and application number on the back of the photograph.

  • The Confirmation Page of online application form should be sent by registered/speed post only. Applications sent by courier will not be accepted.

How to fill AIPMT 2014 Application FormPhotograph Specifications

  • Candidates are advised to take passport size photographs with white background and one post card size photograph (4” x 6”)

  • Upload scanned image of passport size photograph in JPG format in the online application. The size of the image should be between 10kb and 100kb.
  • Passport size photographs should be attached on the Confirmation Page of the online application form and also for counselling/admission. Before affixing the photo on the confirmation page, you must write your name, application form number and contact number on the back of the photograph with ball point pen only. 

  • Post card size photograph will be collected by Center Superintendent at the AIPMT examination center.

  • Photograph must be taken on or after December 1, 2013, indicating only the name of the photograph and date of taking the photograph as shown here.

  • Photograph should not have cap or goggles. Spectacles are allowed if they are being used regularly.

  • Polaroid or computer generated photos are not acceptable.

  • The photograph should be attested by Head/Principal of the institution or by Gazetted Officer in such a way that half of the signature should appear on the photo and other half on the application form. Attestation should be done at the bottom of the photo.

  • Photo should be attested by gum or fevicol and should not be pinned or stapled.

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Signature Specifications

  • Candidates are required to put their signature in the given box in the Confirmation Page in running hand writing and also affix clear left hand thumb impression.

  • Upload scanned image of signature in JPG format while filling online application. The size of the image should be between 3 kb to 20kb.
  • Writing full name in the box in capital letters would not be accepted as signature and applications are liable to get rejected.

  • Also, unsigned application or applications with unclear thumb impression can also be rejected.

Submission of AIPMT 2014 Application Form

Computer Generated Conformation Page along with proof of remittance of fees and affidavit (for candidates from Andhra Pradesh and J & K who have opted for seats under 15% All India Quota) should be sent through Registered/Speed Post only to:


The Assistant Secretary (AIPMT)

Central Board of Secondary Education

Shiksha Kendra, 2, Community Center

Preet Vihar, Delhi- 110 092


Use a good quality A5 size (12” x 10”) envelope and paste computer generated CBSE Address slip on the envelope for sending the Confirmation Page and relevant documents.

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