Andhra Pradesh MBBS-BDS 2017-18 Admissions 2017 will commence soon. The medical aspirants who cleared the NEET UG exam 2017 will be required to fill in the application form. For the admission the aspirants will need to carry the important documents like Admit card of NEET UG – 2017, Rank card of NEET UG-2017, SSC or equivalent examination containing the Date of Birth, Memorandum of marks of qualifying examination i.e., Intermediate or Equivalent examination, Transfer certificate (T.C), Study Certificate(s) from 6th class to Intermediate and Permanent Caste Certificate (Integrated Community Certificate) claiming reservation under BC/SC/ST Categories issued by an Officer prescribed. Also Read: Maharashtra NEET Merit List 2017 Released on dmer.org: Counseling for State Quota starts from July 15, important things to note
Some of the other important documents which will be required include Service records & SSC/ SSLC certificate of parent/ relative if parent is not in-service, Aadhar Card, Minority certificates issued by the concerned Department. . The candidates who have studied in the institutions outside of Andhra Pradesh have to submit 10 years (years of period to be specified) residence certificate of the candidate or either of the parent issued by MRO / Tahsildar. The candidates claiming fee exemption shall produce the latest Income certificate of the Parent issued by MRO / Tahsildar/with Ration card. Also Read: NEET UG Counselling 2017 1st Allotment List to release on July 15, Choice filling and locking is open now, Check updates
Another important point is that the candidates should have undertaking in the form of Affidavit on Rs. 100 /- Stamp paper by the Parent and candidate stating that the caste and area mentioned in the certificates are genuine and they will be held responsible for any further consequences as per LAW if any discrepancy noticed. Candidates who claim eligibility of reservation under Special categories i.e., CAP, NCC, Sports & Games, PH, PMC and Anglo Indian should furnish the required certificate in support of their claim.