Baghpat District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

Lok Sabha Constituencies in Baghpat district, Uttar Pradesh (MP Constituencies) Baghpat
MLA Assembly Constituencies in Baghpat district, Uttar Pradesh Baghpat

About Baghpat District :


The city was originally known as ‘Vyagprastha’ – Land of Tigers (because of the population of tigers found many centuries ago. There are many versions of the story as to how the city derived it’s name. One version states that the city’s original name was ‘Vyagprasth’, while according to another version, the city has derived its name from the Hindi word ‘Vakyaprasth’, which means place of delivering speeches. Inspired by such words and versions, the city was finally named ‘BAGHPAT’ or ‘BAGPAT’ during the Mughal Era.

After the mutiny of 1857 , the city gained importance and was established as the headquaters of Tehsil Baghpat. The city was previously as small town and had a small commercial center known as the Mandi . This mandi is now more than 200 years old and was set up by Jabita Khan , son of Ruhela Chief of Najibabad ( Bijnore ) Najib Khan .

The main commercial activity of the people living in this region is making and selling GUD and Sugar . Apart from this, there are certain units who are involved in the making of shoes and agricultural equipment’s

District at a Glance :

Headquarter: Baghpat
Unit Census 1991 Census 2001
Area 1321 1321
Population ‘000 1030.40 1164.38
Male ‘000 560.484 630.484
Female ‘000 469.91 533.91
Sex Ratio 838 860
Population Density Sq.Km. 742 742
SC Population ‘000 125 127.81
ST Population ‘000 0
Height Above Sea Level Mt. 223
Male %age 51.45 77.00
Female %age 24.58 49.2
Occupational Distribution
Cultivators ‘000 246 123
Agricultural Labours ‘000 201 137
Temperature(Max,Min) 42.2,0
Climate Tropical / Moderate
Languages Hindi, Urdu, English
Festivals Dusherra, Holi, Diwali, Kartik Purnima, Rakshbandhan, Navratre
Administrative Setup
Tehsils Nos. 03
Blocks Nos. 06
Gram Sabhas Nos. 237
No. of Inhabited villages Nos. 290
Uninhabited villages Nos. 225
Police Stations Nos. 10
Nyaya Panchayats Nos. 46
Post Offices Nos. 143
Telegram Nos. 6
Bank Nos. 54
Co-operative Bank Nos. 15
Share of Major Crops
Wheat Hect. 52,787 1998-99
Paddy Hect. 5,300
Sugarcane Hect. 50,293
Pulses Hect. 3,826
Oilseeds Hect. 1,602
Potatoes Hect. 547
Maize Hect. 6,225

Tourist Places :


KEAM Medical (UG) 2014 Filling in the OMR Answer Sheet

 All entries in OMR answer sheet are to be made with blue or black ink BALLPOINT PEN only. Marking with fountain pen, gel pen, sketch pen or pencil is not permitted.
Use of any ink of colour other than blue or black is not permissible.

The answer sheet has two parts – “CANDIDATE’S DATA” on the left side and “ANSWERS” on the right with a thin perforation in between, length-wise. Fill in all the entries on the left side (Candidate’s Data part) before beginning to answer questions.

(a) CANDIDATE’S DATA PART: (Left side of the sheet) Fill in the boxes and the appropriate bubbles with blue or black ink ballpoint pen.

Roll Number : Fill in and mark the Roll No. as given in the admit card with ballpoint pen. The Roll number should be entered without any corrections or overwriting.
Name: Fill up the item correctly and legibly. Name is to be entered as given in the admit card with ballpoint pen.

Fill up the Roll Number again.
Question booklet Sl. No. has to be entered as given in the top right side of your question booklet.

Name of subject : Enter name of the subject.
Signature of the Candidate : The candidate has to sign in this box and should be identical with the signature affixed in the admit card and attendance sheet. The item for signature of the invigilator will be filled in by the concerned person.

(b) ANSWER PART OF THE OMR SHEET : (Right side of the sheet)

  • A specimen copy of the OMR answer sheet is included in the Prospectus. Each answer sheet will be having a unique pre-printed ‘BARCODE’ that will be used as a secret code against which the evaluation takes place. Candidates should not tamper with the BAR CODE. If a candidate tampers, mutilates or damages the barcode, he/she will be disqualified and his/her candidature will be cancelled. The answer sheet in respect of such candidates will not be subjected to valuation and they will be debarred from appearing for the Entrance Examinations for a period not exceeding two years.


  •  All entries in OMR answer sheet are to be made with blue or black ink BALLPOINT PEN only.
  • Marking with fountain pen, gel pen, sketch pen or pencil is not permitted.
  • Use of any ink of colour other than blue or black is not permissible.
  • Do not write your roll number or name or make any stray marks on this part of the sheet.
  • Do the marking for answers only in the spaces provided (bubbles).

 Method of marking :

(a) The Answer part of the OMR sheet (right side) consists of ovals, known as ‘bubbles’. USE ONLY BALLPOINT PEN (BLUE OR BLACK INK) for filling (marking) these bubbles. Marking with any other colour or with sketch/gel pen is not permitted.

(b) Each question will have five answers marked (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E).The most appropriate answer will have to be selected. Thereafter, using ballpoint pen (blue or black ink) mark the bubble corresponding to the most appropriate answer. For example if the answer to question 2 is C, bubble C has to be darkened .

(c) Mark only one bubble for each question. The bubble should be filled completely and must be dark.

(d) Here are some wrong methods of marking answers, such as In all these cases mentioned above, though the candidate may have given the correct answer, it will not be read by the scanner because of the wrong method of marking the answer.

(e) The bubble should be filled completely. Candidates are advised not to make any special effort to mark bubbles artistically.

(f) Warning : Marking once made will be final.

(g) Any attempt to erase the mark once made will leave smudges or marks on the bubble, which will treat it as a valid mark.

(h) Any fresh mark made after attempting erasure of an already marked bubble will lead to multiple marks with the consequent penalty of negative marks.

  •  Candidates will get the copy of the OMR sheet after the completion of the examination. The copy which is attached to the Main OMR sheet will be detached by the Invigilator in the presence of the candidate after the completion of the examination. The candidates will be permitted to carry this copy with them after the Examination.
  •  The question booklet for each paper will be supplied to the candidate only five minutes before the actual time prescribed for the commencement of the examinations. The candidates should take care to mark the necessary entries, in the question booklet as well as on the OMR answer sheet immediately before beginning to answer the questions.
  •  Immediately after the commencement of the examination, the candidate should check that the question booklet supplied is of the correct version and that it contains all the 120 questions in serial order. The question booklet should not have unprinted or torn or missing pages in it. If the question booklet does not agree with the above, the matter should be brought to the immediate attention of the invigilator. In such cases the invigilator should take immediate action to rectify the same by issuing the candidate a question booklet of the same version. The question booklet initially issued will be taken back only after the replacement is made.
  •  Candidates are warned that they should enter only the necessary information as required in the OMR answer sheet (on the left part). Any additional information, which is not required and which may help to identify the candidate (made in any part of the OMR sheet), will disqualify the candidate and his/her candidature will be cancelled without any further intimation. Further he/she will be debarred from appearing for the Entrance Examinations for a period not exceeding two years.
  •  Any mistake in filling up the data part of the OMR sheet or in marking the answers will affect the valuation of the script adversely.

WARNING : Any malpractice or attempt to commit any kind of malpractice in the Examination will result in the disqualification of the candidate.

KEAM Medical (UG) 2014 Reporting for the Examination

(i) Candidates should bring Admit card, ballpoint pen (either blue or black ink) and a card board/clip board for the Examination.

(ii) Candidates will not be permitted to take items such as pencil, eraser, correction fluid, calculator, logarithm table, electronic gadgets, mobile phones etc. into the examination hall.

(iii) Candidate should be present at the examination hall, 30 minutes before the prescribed time for the commencement of the examination.

(iv) No candidate will be permitted to enter the examination hall, 30 minutes after the commencement of the examination.

(v) Candidates will be permitted to leave the examination hall only after completion of the examination.

KEAM – Medical(UG) 2014 Steps involved in applying online

Step 1 : Candidate Registration

Step 2 : Candidate Login

Step 3 : Filling up of Application

Step 4 : Final Submission of Application

Step 5 : Payment of Application Fee

Step 6 : Print all the pages of Application

Step 7 : Send the printout of the Application and supporting documents to CEE

Related links KEAM Medical (UG) :-

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Important Dates

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Eligibility

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Exam Pattern

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Syllabus

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Exam Centre

KEAM Medical (UG) 2014 Requirements for Applying Online

1. Prospectus

Read the prospectus of KEAM before filling up application.

2. Photograph

jpeg format of candidate’s photograph .

3. Email ID

Candidate should possess a valid email id. Keep this email id live and secure till the end of the admission process, KEAM 2014. If you do not have an email id, a new email id must be created before applying online. Candidate should not provide the email id of others, under any circumstances. A valid e-mail id or a mobile number is to be given in the online application.

4. Application Fee :

Candidate should have details of Application fee remittance. Modes of Payment are:

a) Security Card

Either by purchasing the Security Card from selected Post Offices; or

b) Demand Draft

By way of Demand Draft (DD) drawn on a Nationalised/Scheduled Bank, in favour of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, payable at Thiruvananthapuram.

5. Certificates/Documents

All other relevant documents which you need to fill up all fields in the online application like, name, date of birth, category, caste, income, name of village, taluk, district, etc.

a) Income Certificate

Income certificate from concerned Village Officer may be obtained, if needed, before filling up application which helps you to fill the income details in online application. The format of income certificate can be downloaded from the CEE website. The income provided with the application may be considered for fee relaxation in future.

b) Community Certificate

If you have any claim for communal reservation/fee concession, please download the format of the community certificate and get it certified by a Village Officer/Tahasildar.

6. Computer System

The computer system used for applying online should have the following facilities:

a) Internet

Should have an internet connection.

b) Browser

Should have a browser. Recommended browsers are Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer only.

c) PDF reader

Should have a PDF reader like, Adobe PDF reader or Foxit Reader.

d) Printer

The printout of all pages of application should be taken in Laser printer/Deskjet Printer in A4 white paper only.

Related links KEAM Medical (UG) :-

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Important Dates

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Eligibility

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Exam Pattern

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Syllabus

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Exam Centre

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Exam Centre


KEAM Medical UG Exam Centre
1 Thiruvananthapuram (TVM)
2 Kollam (KLM)
3 Pathanamthitta (PTA)
4 Alappuzha (ALP)
5 Kottayam (KTM)
6 Ernakulam (EKM)
7 Idukki (IDK)
8 Thrissur (TCR)
9 Palakkad (PKD)
10 Malappuram (MLP)
11 Kozhikode (KKD)
12 Wayanad (WYD)
13 Kannur (KNR)
14 Kasaragod (KSD)
15 New Delhi (DLH)
16 Dubai (DUB)


Related links KEAM Medical (UG) :-

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Important Dates

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Eligibility

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Exam Pattern

KEAM – Medical (UG) 2014 Syllabus



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