Pulwama District of Jammu and Kashmir at a Glance

Lok Sabha Constituencies in Pulwama district, Jammu and Kashmir (MP Constituencies) Anantnag
MLA Assembly Constituencies in Pulwama district, Jammu and Kashmir Pampore
Pulwama
Rajpora
Tral

About Pulwama District :

Pulwama is a district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. District Pulwama came into being in the year 1979 in the larger interests of maintenance of law and order, closer supervision, more effective control and above all to ensure balanced development of the area. The district is centrally located in the valley of Kashmir and is a resting place for adventure tourists since it has abundant water and hospitable countryside. The district has also been nicknamed the rice bowl of Kashmir for its production of rice. Besides Pulwama is famous all over the world for Saffron cultivation which is mainly grown in the Pampore, Kakapora and Pulwama blocks. Pulwama is often called the ‘Anand of Kashmir’ or ‘Dudha-Kul of Kashmir’ on account of its high milk production. The National Highway NH1 that connects Srinagar and Jammu passes through Pulwama.

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Poonch District of Jammu and Kashmir at a Glance

Lok Sabha Constituencies in Poonch district, Jammu and Kashmir (MP Constituencies) Jammu
MLA Assembly Constituencies in Poonch district, Jammu and Kashmir Mendhar
Poonch Haveli
Surankote

About Poonch District :

District Poonch or Punch is one of the most remote districts of Jammu and Kashmir. It is bounded by the Line of Control (boundary between Indian and Pakistan-administered Kashmir) on three sides (north, west and south). The 1947-48 war between India and Pakistan divided the earlier district into two parts. One went to Pakistan and the other became part of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir.

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Tourist Places :

Noori Chhamb :

Noori Chammb associated with the name of Mughal queen Noor Jahan is famous for its scenic beauty & water fall. It is situated near Behram Galla in Surankote tehsil about 45 kms. from Poonch town. The fall of the stream gives rise to dense clouds of water vapours which engulfs the area & spread all over. The Emperor Jahangir had developed so much fancy & liking for this fall that he named it Noori Chammb after the name of his beloved queen Noor Jahan. Mughal queen used to stay here for relaxsation and bath while on way to Kashmir. She had got fixed a mirror besides the fall on the mountain wall where she used to have her make- up after the bath. The remnants of the mirror are still there.

Girgan Dhok and Lakes :It is a valley of seven lakes which is located about 70 kms. from Poonch town. Tourists during the course of their visit to Poonch should not miss the opportunity to see the lovely and beautiful seven lakes namely Sukhsar, Neelsar, Bhagsar, Katorasar, Kaldachnisar and Nandansar situated at the high altitude of 12000 ft. in the Buffliaz belt.

  

 

Nandansar is one of the biggest lake near Girgen dhok. The length of this lake is about one mile and its breadth is half a mile. These lovely lakes have their own charm which a visitor would long remember.

Poonch Fort :The foundation of historic fort building in the capital of erestwhile Poonch Riyasat, presently the headquarter of truncated Poonch district, was laid by Raja Adbul Razaq Khan in 1713 A.D. The actual construction work was started by his illustrious son Raja Rustam Khan who was a great lover of architecture and after whose name Poonch was earlier known as Rustam Nagar. Originally the Fort was planned as a composite structure for the fortification of the town as well as for housing the Royal Palace. Alyhough Raja Rustam Khan originally belonged to Rathore clan of Rajasthan, the architectural style of the Fort had distinct Mughal influence although quality of construction had not reached the perfection of better known Mughal architecture.

 

During the Sikh rule (1819-1846) the central block of the building was added which bears the distinct influence of Sikh architectural style.Fort building in his present style and shape owes to the benevolence of Raja Moti Singh (1850-1892) who engaged an European arcitect to design the front block of the Fort. The work done was so superb that the appearance of the fort changed into a Palace of exquisite beauty which dominates the entire town of Poonch. It was during Raja Baldev Singh’s time that the fort building complex was converted into a secretariat of the kingdom after shifting the Palace to Moti Mahal.

Mandi :It is a small village in a narrow valley enclosed by steep and grassy hills of no great elevation, situated near the confluence of two streams namely Gagri and Pulsta. Mandir Swami Budha Amar Nath Ji is situated in this village. Mandi is about 20 kms. from Poonch town. Due to cool climate and proximity to the poonch town, Mandi has become a favourable place for tourists to visit, in summer. Most of the people of Mandi area speak Kashmiri language

Loran :Loran is a small village 35 kms. away from Poonch town and is situated at the foot of high mountains of Pir Panjal range and is another attraction for the tourists. Loran Nallah which flows through this beautiful village makes the place more enchanting to the eyes. Loran was once the capital of Poonch state under Hindu rulers upto 1542 A.D. It was then known as Loran-Kote. There are ruins of the Lohar Kote fort which was once called the Gateway of Kashmir.

Nandishool :Nandishool is a beautiful water fall about 12 km. from Loran and 6 Km. from Sultan Pathri. Water comes from Pir Panchal and fall on a glacier. It is about 150 feet high fall. One tourist hut is constructed by Rural Development Department near Nandishool.

Surankote :Surankote is a small village situated on the banks of river suran and has very charming valley surronded by lofty peaks which are covered with snow during winter and is popularly called Pahalgam of Poonch. In Rajatarangini, this town was described as Sawernik in the past. Nearly in 1036 A.D. there was a big fort called Kote which ultimately changed to its present name of Surankote.

Behramgala :It is situated at the foot hill of 8,600 feet high Rattan Peak on the historic Mughal Road in Poonch. Behramgala is a small plateau surronded by mountains and forests. It is near the confluence of Parnai & Thata Pani streams which further adds to its otherwise scenic and natural beauty. It is about 40 kms. from Poonch town.

Dehra-Gali :Dehra-Gali 45 kms from Poonch town is another attraction for the tourists owing to its salubrious climate, thick forests, cool breeze and enchanting view of surrounding hills, situated at a height of about 6300 feet.

 

Banda District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

Lok Sabha Constituencies in Banda district, Uttar Pradesh (MP Constituencies) Banda
Hamirpur
MLA Assembly Constituencies in Banda district, Uttar Pradesh Baberu
Banda
Naraini
Tindwari

About Banda District :

This is the easternmost district of Bundelkhand. The division of the district into two has been done by splitting Banda district , tahsil and block-wise. Karwi and Mau Tahsils lying in the eastern and South-eastern direction comprising the Manikpur, Mau, Pahadi, Chitrakut and Ramnagar blocks from the present Chitrakut district

TAHSHIL, BLOCK & THANA :

There are  four Tahsils namely Banda, Naraini, Baberu and Atarra comprising eight blocks of Badokhar-khurd, Jaspura, Tindwari, Naraini, Mahua, Baberu, Bisanda and Kamasinfrom the present district of Banda.

 There are seventeen thanas namely Kotwali City, Kotwali Dehat, Mataundh, Tindwari, Pailani, Chilla, Naraini, Atarra, Girwa, Kalinjar, Badousa, Bisenda, Baberu, Kamasin, Fhateganj, Jaspura and Marka.

OPOGRAPHY

The district largely consists of irregular uplands with outcrops of rocks intermingling with mostly lowlands, frequently under water during rainy sesason. The Baghein river traverse the district from south-west to north-east. The tract lying to the right of the river is intersected by numerous smaller river and rivulets (Nallas), but to its left is a flat expanse, for the most part made up of Mar and Kabar soils, eroded and converted into ravines along the banks of the Ken and the Yamuna and to a lesser extent, the Baghein river and the Gadara Nala.

The general slope of the district is from southwest to north-east, along with the course of Baghein river as mentioned earlier. The district falls into two sharly defined portions= one is upland called Patha, situated on the Vindhyan plateau in the south of Mau anf Karwi tahsils (presently known as Chitrakut district), the other is lowlands of alluvium (presently known as Banda district).

RIVERS

Yamuna flowing north of the district, is the principal river attracting all the drainage of the district. For long this river had a general tendency of cutting the southern bank: this rendered many villages displaced and destructed.  A famous village Shaipur near Chilla-ghat the head quarters of Pargana Pailani during Moghul time, is said to have been entirely swallowed by it. Flowing circuitously towards north, south and south-east directions Yamuna is joined by Ken at Chillaghat, Bhahein near Bilas, and Paisuni near Kankota villages. Total length of the river in this tract is 215 km. of this 130 km lies with Banda while the rest 85 km with Chitrakut

 Ken rising is district Damoh, touches Banda near village Bilaharka in Naraini tahsil for about two km and then turns towards Chhatarpur district appearing again in the same tahsil. Then entering Banda tahsil near Utarandi village it flows north-east boarding distt. Hamirpur and then turns eastward to meet Yamuna at Chillghat. On the whole it flows in a deep and well defined channel scoured out by the action of flood-waters which occasionally come down in enormous volumes. The right bank is generally high and steep, scarred with innumerable ravines, but the left bank slopes somewhat more gently, and is subject to a certain amount of fluvial action. From Pailani to its junction eith Yamuna, the Ken is much affected by the stream of the larger river, which blocks occasionally its flow resulting in the swell of river water, submergence of even high-level villages and deposition of valuable silt in elevations which are normally above the flood plains.

Baghein is the second important river of this district. Emanating from a hill near Kohari of Panna district, it enters Banda district at Masauni Bharatpur village (the. Naraini). It flows north-east-ward and at a point separates Banda from the newly created Chitrakut district forming boundaries between Atarra, Baberu and Karrwi tahsils. Continuing north-east it joins Yamuna near Bilas  village. It being most capricious in its action, depostis quantities of sand or Kankar shingles, but near its junction with Yamuna it tends to flood a large area of low lying land, if the stream in the Yamuna is sufficient to block its outlet.

The chief tributary of Baghein, the Ranj, joins it at Gurha Kalan (tahsil Naraini) but further east, there are several smaller tributaries from south namely the Madrar, the Barar, the Karehi, the Banganga and the Barua, each of which in turn has tributaries of its own. The barua has been dammed to provide some irrigation through canals

LAKES

 No lakes or jhils exist in the district. Still there are a few fairly large depressions which always retain water. There are numerous tanks, some of which are of considerable size, such as that at Khar in tahsil Baberu.These have been excavated for the storage of water, many as fimine relief works.

HILLS

 The hills of the district consists of the part of the Vindhyan plateau which lies in the extreme southern portion of the tahsils Mau and Karwi (now known as the district Chitrakut).The northern flank of the Vindhyas known as Vindhyachal range, starts near the Yamuna in the extreme east of tahsil Mau. It recedes from the Yamuna in a south-westerly direction-gradually rising in  elevation, although nowhere abobe 450 metre from the mean sea level. It leaves the district near the scared hills of Anusuiya to reappear of Godhrampur in the south-eastern part of Naraini tahsil. From this point westward to Kalinjar the hills from the border of the district

At a Glance :

S NO. Item  Units Year Value
1 Geographical Area
Rural Sq. Km. 2001 4114.20
Urban Sq. Km. 2001 34.87
2 Population
Male In thousand 2001 806.543
Female In thousand 2001 693.710
Total In thousand 2001 1500.253
Rural In thousand 2001 1256.230
Urban In thousand 2001 244.023
Schedule Cast In thousand 2001 326.740
Schedule Tribes In thousand 2001 .048
3 No. of Literates
Total In thousand 2001 664.686
Male In thousand 2001 458.330
Female In thousand 2001 206.356
4 No. of Tahsils No. 2002-03 4
5 Development Blocks No. 2002-03 8
6 Nyay Panchayat No. 2002-03 71
7 Gram Sabha No. 2002-03 437
8 No. of village
No. of habitated village No. 1991 653
No. of inhabitated village No. 1991 41
Forest village No. 1991   —
Total village No. 1991 694
9 Town and Cities No. 2002-03 8
10 Municipal Corporation No. 2002-03
11 Nagar Palika Parishad No. 2002-03 2
12 Cantt. Area No. 2001-02
13 Nagar Panchayat No. 2001-02 6
14 Census Town No. 1991 0
15 Police Station
Rural No. 2002-03 10
Urban No. 2002-03 7
16 Bus Station/Bus Stop
Rural No. 2002-03 143
Urban No. 2002-03 7
17 Railway Station/Halt No. 2002-03 7
18 Length of Railway Track
Big Track KM 2002-03 79
Small Track KM 2002-03 0
19 Post Office
Rural No. 2002-03 192
Urban No. 2002-03 16
20 Telegraph Office No. 2001-02 9
21 Telephone Connections No. 2001-02 11193
22 Commerical Branches
Nationalised Banks No. 2002-03 28
Others No. 2002-03 0
23 Rural Bank Branches No. 2002-03 50
24 Co-operative Bank Branches No. 2002-03 11
25 Co-operative Agriculture & Village Development Branches No. 2002-03 3
26 Fair Price Shops
Rural No. 2002-03 612
Urban No. 2002-03 80
27 Bio-gas Plants No. 2001-02 1930
28 Cold Storage No. 2001-02 0
29 Agriculture
Net Sown Area Thous.Hect. 2000-01 340
Net Irrigated Area Thous.Hect. 2000-01 87
Gross Irrigated Area Thous.Hect. 2000-01 114
30 Agriculture Production
Food Grains Thous.M.Ton 2000-01 406
Sugarcane Thous.M.Ton 2000-01 25
Tilhan Thous.M.Ton 2000-01 4
Potato Thous.M.Ton 2000-01 2
31 Climate
General Rainfall MM 2001 902
Actual Rainfall MM 2001 727
Maximun Temperature 0C 2000-01 44.4
Mininmum Temperature 0C 2000-01 5.2
32 Irrigation
Length of Canal KM 2001-02 1193
Government Tubewell No. 2002-03 434
Personal Tubewells and Pump Sets No. 2001-02 13943
33 Animal Husbandry
Total Live Stock No. 1997 955163
Veterinary Hospital No. 20
Live Stock Service Centre No. 25
Artificial Breeding Centre No. 16
Artificial Breeding Sub-Centre No. 0
34 Co-operative
Primary Co-operatives Agriculture Loan Societies No. 2001-02 46
Members of Societies In Thousand 2001-02 75
35 Industry
No. of Runing Factories Registered under the Industrial Act No. 1998-98 12
Small Scale Industries No. 2001-02 1728
Workers No. 2001-02 5003
36 Education
Junior Basic Schools No. 2001-02 1337
Senior Basic Schools No. 2001-02 398
Higher Secondary Schools No. 2001-02 67
Degree Colleges No. 2002-03 7
University No. 2002-03 0
Industrial Training Institute No. 2002-03 1
Polytechnic No. 2002-03 1
37 Hospitals
Allopathic No. 2002-03 16
Ayruvrdic No. 2002-03 20
Homeopathic No. 2002-03 25
Unani No. 2002-03 4
Primary Health Centre No. 2002-03 55
Family Welfare Centre No. 2002-03 19
Family welfare Sub-Centre No. 2002-03 205
Special Hospitals
Tuberculosis No. 2002-03 1
Leprosy No. 2002-03 1
Communicable Diseases No. 2002-03 0
38 Length of Metal Road KM. 2001-02 1388
Total Length of Road constructef by PWD KM. 2001-02 1313
39 Electricity
Total Electrified Villages No. 2001-02 541
Total Electrified Towns/Cities No. 2002-03 8
Electrified Schedule Cast Localities No. 2001-02 489
40 Area Covered under water supply using taps/handpumps of India Mark-2
Village No. 2002-03 653
Towns/city No. 2002-03 8
Total No. of lacking Villages No. 2002-03 0
41 Entertainment
Cinema Halls No. 2002-03 6
Total No. of seats in Halls No. 2002-03 2691

Tourist Places :

Maheshwari Devi Temple :

This temple is situated at the middle place of the Banda city. There are so many murties of Devis & Devatas in the temple

Khartri Pahar :

Shydha a small village lies about 24 km distant from Banda among the ravince close to the ken river. Nearby in a hill called Khatri Pahar, the recorded height being 259 meters above sea level. On the top of the hill a small temple dedicated to Angleshwari Devi. The legend is that the devi, having to flee from the persecution of her meternal father Kans, rose bodily into the air and sought a place of safty. She tried the strength of the hill with her finger, but finding it incapable of supporting her weight went on to Vindhyachal. From her anguli, a finger the name Angleshwari Devi is derived. On every Navratri a large mela is organized.

Kalinjar fort :

Kalinjar (Kalanjar), a historical fort situated in Banda district (Uttar Pradesh) , is one of the most precious gift of India to the World hertige. This is one of the eight famous forts built by Chandela-kings during the end od 1st and beginning of 2nd millennium. Situated at the interface of U.P. and M.P. states of India this has been serving as the great barrier for ambitious kings/invaders aiming towards south. The celebrated hill fort of Kalinjar is situated in the village of Tarahti under the Naraini Tahsil on the 56 km. south of Banda. It stands on an isolated flat-topped hill of the Vindhya range, which here rises to a height of 244m. above the plain. The main body of the fort lies from east to west, oblong in form, being nearly a mile in length by half a mile in breadth.
The fort was built on strong 25-30 meter wide foundation, having height of 30-35 meter with 8 meter wide summit spread all around with length of 7.5 km over the hillock. The material used was big sand stone/granite pieces put over each other or using lime mortor occasionally. Alongwith strategic importance of Kalinjar fort, this has equally been appreciated as the great monument of the art and science of fortification and a gem of archeology. Much before fortification this place was considered to be one of the most revered places of devotional and meditational penance and has been cited in Vedas, Epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana, Buddha and Jain literatures. Kalinjar is the most respected and popular also in the folk songs of Bundelkhand.
Kalanjar word was coined to represent lord Shiva who after consuming the deadly poison churned out of sea by Devas and Daityas together rested here and destroyed (Jaran) the time barrier (kala). People have a belief that Lord Shiva always remains here. A temple of NEELKANTHA Mahadeo built over thousand years ago still exist with its magnificent beauty and greatness.The stone –dug ponds/lakes created here are marvelous. The rare stone images related to Lord Shiva, Godess Shakti, Lord Vishnu, Lord Ganesha, Bhairava and Bhairavi and others are of great importance from the science of image-making. The stone-carvings of animals, birds apsaras, mithuna, and such others are worth investigating
There are two entrances to the fort, of which the principal is on the north side towards the town and the other at the south-east angle leading towards Panna. The first entrance used to be guarded by seven different gates and they are approached by a short flight of stone steps. The first gateway, which is named Alam Darwaza is square, lofty and plain in construction and was probably rebuilt at the date of the inscription above it. Above this there is a steep ascent, chiefly by steps, to the second gate called Ganesha Darwaza. At a short distance higher up in the bend of the road stands the third gate, named the Chandi Darwaza. There is a double gate with four towers on which account it is also known as chauburji darwaza, or the ‘gate of the four towers.’ At this gate there are several pilgrim records and inscriptions of various dates.
The fourth gate named Budhabhadra possesses only one inscription. The fifthgate, or Hanuman Darwaza is so named after a figure of the monkey-god carved on a slab resting against the rock. There is also reservoir called Hanumankund; there are, besides, numerous rock sculptures and figures carved on the rocks representing Kali, Chandika, Siva and Parvati, Ganesha, the bull Nandi, and the lingam. The sixth gate, called the Lal Darwaza, stands near the top of the ascent. To the west of this gate, there is a colossal figure of Bhairava cut in the rock. There are also two figures of pilgrims represented carrying water in two vessels fixed at the end of a banghi pole. A short distance leads to the seventh gate, called Bara Darwaza, or the main gate and it undoubtedly modern.
The great lingam temple of Nilakantha, which is situated in the middle of the west face of the fort is a masterpiece of architecture. The façade of the cave once had been very rich , but is now much broken. On the jambs of the door there are figures of Siva and Parvati, with the Ganga and Yamuna rivers, which are of Gupta period. The lingam is made of a darke-blue stone, about 1.15m high and has three eyes. Just outside the mandapa of Nilakantha there is a deep rock-cut reservoir, called svargarohana and to the right of the reservoir in a rock niche there is a colossal figure of Kala-Bhairava, about 6m. in height, standing in about 0.5m. of water. Besides this status there is a figure of the goddess Kali, about 1m. in height.

Balrampur District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

Lok Sabha Constituencies in Balrampur district, Uttar Pradesh (MP Constituencies) Gonda
Shrawasti
MLA Assembly Constituencies in Balrampur district, Uttar Pradesh Balrampur
Gainsari
Tulsipur
Utraula

About Balrampur District :

Balrampur is a city and a municipal board in Balrampur district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is situated on the bank of river Rapti and is the district headquarters of Balrampur district. The creation of Balrampur District was done by G.D.No. 1428/1-5/97/172/85-R-5 Lucknow dated May 25, 1997 by the division of District Gonda. Siddharth Nagar, Shrawasti, Gonda District, are situated in the east-west and south sides respectively and Nepal State are Situated in its northern side.One of the most popular Hindu worship place is situated in Tulsipur about 27 kilometers from the district headquarters. It is known as Devi Patan.The temple has the distinction of having included in 51 “Shaktipeethas” of Goddess Durga according to Hindu mythology.Balrampur city is in close vicinity of Shravasti where Lord Gautam Buddha is considered to have displayed his supernatural powers in the spiritual transformation of Angulimala, a famous dacoit who wore a necklace (mala) of fingers (anguli).It has an average elevation of 105 metres (344 ft).The area of the district is 336917 Hec. In which the agriculture irrigated area is 221432 Hec.In the north of the district is situated the Shivalics ranges of the Himalyas which is called Tarai Region.

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V.K. Bist

Hon’ble Mr. Justice V.K. Bist: Born on 17th September 1957 at Lansdown, District Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand. Early education from Intermediate College Kanskhet, Pauri Garhwal. Completed Law Degreee from Allahabad University. Enrolled as an Advocate with the Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh in 1984 and started practicing in various segments of litigations and till first week of November 2000 continued practicing at Allahabad High Court. Initially worked under the guidance of Shri S.P. Gupta, Senior Advocate. During the period at Allahabad remained Legal Advisor and Standing Counsel/ Panel Advocate of various esteemed institutions i.e. Allahabad University, U.P. Higher Secondary Education, Northern/North Eastern Railway, U.P. Land Development Corporation, U.P. Co-operative Housing Federation, Ghaziabad Development Authority etc. After creation of Uttarakhand High Court His Lordship shifted to Nainital and practiced at Uttarakhand High Court. At the Uttarakhand High Court, His Lordship was Standing Counsel of Northern and North Eastern Railway, Uttarakhand Forest Development Corporation, Uttarakhand School Education Board and Uttarakhand Co-operative Federation. Also worked as Senior Panel Counsel, Uattarakhand High Court. On 1st July 2004 His Lordship was designated as Senior Advocate. On November 1, 2008 was elevated as Judge of the Uttarakhand High Court.

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n) Affixing of fabricated photograph on the application form.

(2) Punishment for USING Unfairmeans Practice

During the course of examination, before or later on, if a candidate is found indulged in any of the above or similar practices, shall be deemed to have used unfair practices at examination and marked as UNFAIRMEANS (U.F.M.). Such candidates would be debarred from taking this examination permanently in future and shall also be liable for criminal action and /or any other action as deem fit by the Board.

(3) Candidates should ensure before leaving the Examination Hall that they have handed over the Answer Sheet to the invigilators on duty and that they have signed on the Attendance Sheet second time. In case the candidate does not hand over the Answer Sheet and takes away the same with him/ her, this shall amount to use of unfair means practices and accordingly his/her case shall be dealt with.

(4) The candidate will check and ensure that the Test-Booklet contain as many number of pages as are written on the top of the cover page.

AIPMT 2014 Admit Card

 

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The CBSE will provide the facility of downloading Admit Cards of AIPMT 2014 on the Board’s website. Candidates are required to download the admit cards from the website and follow the instructions given therein. Candidate may please note that admit cards will not be sent by the post. The schedule of hosting of admit cards on website www.aipmt.nic.in is as follows:

– Applications without Late Fee : 01.04.2014
– Applications with Late Fee : 10.04.2014

The Admit Card will bear the candidate’s Roll Number, Name, Father’s Name, Category, Sub-Category, Photograph, Signature, Date of Birth, Language of Question Paper with Name and Address of AIPMT 2014 Examination centre allotted. The candidate should carefully examine the Admit Card downloaded by him/her for all the entries made therein. In case of any discrepancy, the candidate should immediately inform the Board. In such cases, candidates would appear in the examination with the already downloaded admit card. However, Board will take necessary action to make correction in the record later.

  •  In no case, the duplicate Admit Card for AIPMT 2014 would be issued at the Examination Centres.
  •  Candidate must not mutilate the Admit Card or change any entry made therein.
  •  Candidates are advised to preserve their Admit Cards in good condition till admission in Medical/ Dental Colleges is over.
  •  Candidates are advised to be in touch with the website of AIPMT and regularly check their E-Mails for latest updates and information.

AIPMT 2014 Submission of more than one Application Form

 

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Candidates are advised to submit only one Application Form. If a candidate submits more than one Application Form, his/her candidature is liable to be cancelled.

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