The entrance test is conducted in three parts:
- Part I (Mathematics)
- Part II (Physics)
- Part III (Chemistry)
Multiple Choice Questions are based on the syllabus of Higher Secondary Exam and each part carries 300 marks the medium of test is English. Candidates appearing for B. Arch course are required to appear for Aptitude test
Candidates must have passed their qualifying examination with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as main subjects with the aggregate of 50% marks. Candidate must be a citizen of India and should not be more than 21 years on October 1 of the year of admission (SC/ST are granted relaxation of 3 years).
One can obtain the desired application form in the following ways :
a) From MPPEB counter.
b) From the designated sale centres.
c) Through post MPPEB office.
Apart from the above the candidate can apply online through the web site www.mponline.gov.in
There is no provision for rectification possible once the application form is submitted in the Board and incomplete application forms shall be rejected.
OMR application form number or the registration number issued by MPPEB will be required in order to know the status of application form from the website of MPPEB www.vyapam.nic.in
The candidate is not allowed to use of calculator (including any calculating devices).
The candidate should clearly and correctly fill the necessary entries such as Roll No, Date of Birth, Set Code, Subject etc. on the OMR answer sheet.
Use only the prescribed black ball point pen for marking answers on the OMR answer sheet. There is no option to change the answer on the answer sheet after marking bubble by ball point pen.
Do not mutilate or fold the OMR answer sheet.
DOMICILE REQUIREMENTS :
No candidate shall be selected for admission in institutions declared autonomous by the State Govt. , Govt. aided Institutions or against the State quota seats in University Institutions unless:
(i) He / She is a Citizen of India, and
(a) He / She has been educated in an educational institution located in M.P. for atleast three consecutive years during the last five years.
(b) He / She is a bonafide resident of M.P. as per the Explanation-1 given below :
(c) He / She is a son or daughter of :
(i) An employee or a pensioner of the Govt. of M.P. or an employee of the Govt. of M.P. who died while in service of this State or an officer of the All India Services borne on the cadre of M.P.
(ii) A Central Govt. employee including employee of Defence Establishments, employee of Post & Telegraph Deptt. and the Railways or an employee of a Public Sector Undertaking posted and stationed in M.P. on or before January 1, of the year of examination till the date of admission.
(iii) A person settled in M.P. under any resettlement scheme sanctioned by the Govt. of India or the State Govt.
EXPLANATION 1 :
Bonafide Resident : A candidate shall be deemed to be a bonafide resident of Madhya Pradesh, if he/she fulfils both the conditions (1) and (2) given below :
(a) He / She was born in Madhya Pradesh
(b) The candidate himself/herself or his/her father or mother (if father is not alive) or if both his/her father and mother are not alive, his/her legal guardian has been resident of M.P. for a continuous period of not less than 15 years.
(c) The candidate himself/herself or his/her father or mother (if father is not alive) or if both his/her father and mother are not alive his/her legal guardian has been carrying on any trade or business or has held any immovable property in the state of M.P. for a period of not less than 5 years preceding the year of the test.
(a) He / She has pursued his/her studies in any of the recognized educational institutions of M.P. for a period of not less than 3 years, Education below Standard/Class-1 (i.e. K.G. etc.) will not be considered.
(b) He / She has passed an examination either of VIII standard or 12th class from any recognized educational institution in M.P.
EXPLANATION 2 :
GUARDIAN: Guardian in relation to a candidate means any person who in the opinion of the District Magistrate concerned, has, after the death of his/her father and mother, been in actual charge of or control over the candidate for his/her property or both at the time of application since the death of his/her father and mother. The certificate of guardianship from the appropriate court shall have to be produced as an evidence of guardianship. If the father of a candidate is dead but the mother is alive, she shall be deemed to be natural guardian of the candidate and no other person shall be recognized as guardian, son or daughter shall include step-son or step-daughter.
The documents required to be submitted along with the application form differ from exam to exam. However, the following documents are required to be submitted along with the OMR application form :
Photocopy of mark sheet of class X, as proof of date of birth.
Photocopy of mark sheet of qualifying examination. If appearing in the qualifying exam in the current year, enclose certificate to this effect from the Principal of the College/Head of the Department.
Photocopy of certificate in case of reserved category candidates eg. SC or ST or OBC, or physically handicapped, if applicable.
Self-addressed post card with a stamp of Rs. 6/-, which will be sent to the applicant by MPPEB as acknowledgement and to communicate his/her Registration number.
Photocopy of Domicile Certificate necessary for State quota seats.
Any other document mentioned in the rulebook.
Incomplete or incorrectly filled application form
Application form and other documents received after the last date of submission.
Application form submitted without photograph/Signature.
Application form not accompanied by documents/certificates as mentioned in the rulebook.
Material supplied along with the application form:
OMR Application Form
Inner envelope (I) to keep duly filled OMR application form.
Outer Envelope (O) to keep all the above documents.
Procedure for filling OMR application form
STEP 1 : Read all the instructions and rules given in the rule book carefully.
STEP 2 : Fill up the boxes of OMR application form with black dot pen ensure that all entries are correct. The fill the corresponding bubbles with HB pencil. For filling OMR application form, refer to the filled up facsimile given in the rule book for reference.
STEP 3 : Retain photo copies of OMR application form and the documents enclosed with the application form.
STEP 4 : Prepare envelope to be sent to MPPEB as per instructions given in the rule book.
STEP 5 : The envelope has to be sent to MPPEB either by
registered post or delivered personally
at MPPEB counter,
No. Candidates should that note if they submit application for change in any of the entries made by them in their OMR Application Form after the declaration of the result of the test, it shall not be entertained.
If a candidate wants to obtain a duplicate mark sheet he/she
shall have to deposit an A/c Payee Bank Draft of Rs.100/- favouring “Madhya
Pradesh Professional Examination Board”