AMU MBBS Admission 2020
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AMU MBBS Admission 2020 - Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the process of admission to AMU MBBS/BDS 2020. Candidates who wish to participate for AMU MBBS admissions must qualify for the NEET exam and fulfil the eligibility conditions as specified by the authority. Around 150 MBBS and 40 BDS seats will be offered through AMU MBBS 2020 admission on the basis of marks obtained in NEET 2020 exam, which is to be held on May 3, 2020.

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In order to participate of AMU MBBS admission 2020, aspirants need to register themselves. The online registration of AMU MBBS/BDS 2020 will be done separately for three rounds. While filling the application form of AMU MBBS 2020, aspirants have to enter their personal, qualification, contact and other asked details. Also, they will be required to fill and lock their choices of colleges in which they wish to take admission.

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Based on these preferences, NEET UG rank, seats available, reservation criteria and other factors, AMU MBBS admission 2020 will be granted. The round one AMU MBBS 2020 admission will be conducted in the last week of June. Once the seat is allotted, aspirants need to report at the designated colleges for completion of AMU MBBS/BDS admission. Read more information on AMU MBBS admission 2020 dates, application, eligibility, merit list, counselling and other details.

AMU MBBS admission 2020 overview

Particulars

Details

Admission name

AMU MBBS admission

Admission on the basis of

NEET 2020 scores

Examination authority

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Counselling authority

Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)

Total seats

150 MBBS and 40 BDS

AMU MBBS admission criteria 2020

Check the admission criteria of AMU MBBS and BDS colleges below.

AMU MBBS seat distribution

Admission criteria

Admission to 15% AIQ seats

MCC to conduct counselling for admission to All India Quota seats based on NEET scores

Admission to deemed/central universities

Online centralised counselling to be held based on NEET marks

Admission to 85% state quota seats

NEET UG will be used by state counselling authorities for admission to respective state MBBS & BDS colleges

Admission to private colleges

Admission will be done by designated state authorities in private colleges

AMU MBBS important dates 2020

It is mandatory for candidates to take a look at the dates of AMU MBBS/BDS 2020 without missing any crucial events. Check important dates for AMU MBBS admissions below.

AMU MBBS dates

Events

Dates*

Round one

Registration

Third week of June 2020

Payment of fees

Last week of June 2020

Choice filling

Last week of June 2020

Seat allotment list released

Last week of June 2020

Reporting at the allotted colleges

First week of July 2020

Round two

Display of seat matrix

First week of July 2020

Online registration

Second week of July 2020

Payment of application form

First week of July 2020

Choice filling and locking

First week of July 2020

Result for second round of counselling

Third week of July 2020

Reporting at the colleges

Last week of July 2020

Mop-up round

Application form available

Second week of August 2020

Filling and locking of choices

Third week of August 2020

Payment of fees

Third week of August 2020

Mop-up round result

Third week of August 2020

Reporting at the allotted colleges

Last week of August 2020

*dates are tentative

AMU MBBS Eligibility Criteria 2020

Before applying for AMU MBBS admission, it is important to check the basic eligibility criteria to know whether he/she is eligible or not.

  • Indian nationals, Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) and Foreign nationals are eligible to apply for AMU MBBS/BDS admission 2020.

  • As per the official brochure, an aspirant should be of 17 years old as on December 31, 2020, to take admission in MBBS and BDS courses.

  • In terms of academic criteria, it is mandatory to qualify Class 12 or equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as main subjects. Applicants must have secured 50% in aggregate in PCB and English, while 40% for SC/ST/OBC candidates.

  • Also, NEET 2020 cutoff percentile should be secured to pass the entrance test. Check the category-wise qualifying percentile to be secured.

NEET qualifying percentile and scores

Category

Cutoff

Cutoff scores (2019)

General

50th percentile

701-134

General - PH

45th percentile

133-120

SC/ST/OBC

40th percentile

133-107

SC/ST/OBC - PH

40th percentile

119-107

AMU MBBS application form 2020

MCC will release the AMU MBBS/BDS 2020 application form in the third week of June for round one. Candidates can apply for AMU MBBS admissions by using the link available on this page when available. For AMU MBBS registration 2020, candidates need to enter their name, roll number, NEET 2020 application form number, date of birth, category, mobile number, email ID and other asked details. Once the registration is over, they also need to submit their personal, qualification, contact and remaining details. AMU MBBS application form 2020 for the second round of counselling will be released in the first week of July.

After the successful registration, aspirants need to pay the application fees for AMU MBBS/BDS 2020 in online mode using debit/credit cards and net banking. The amount to pay the application fees is mentioned in the table below.

AMU MBBS application fees

Non-Refundable Registration Fee

15% AIQ/ Central Universities

Fee

UR

INR 1,000

SC/ST/OBC/PwD

INR 500

Deemed Universities


All Categories

INR 5,000

Refundable Tuition Fee

15% AIQ/ Central Universities

Fee

UR

INR 10,000

SC/ST/OBC/PwD

INR 5,000

Deemed Universities


All Categories

INR 2,00,000

AMU MBBS merit list 2020

The counselling committee will release the merit list of AMU MBBS/BDS 2020 for the first round in the last week of June. AMU MBBS 2020 merit list will be derived on the basis of NEET result 2020. DGHS on behalf of MCC will prepare AMU MBBS rank list for each round separately. The seat allotment list released by MCC is considered AMU MBBS merit list 2020, which mentions the rank, category, college and other details of candidates who will be granted admission in medical and dental colleges. Aspirants who will be included in the rank list of AMU MBBS 2020 must report at the designated colleges.

AMU MBBS seats reservation 2020

The colleges of AMU reserves a number of seats from the total number of seats for reserved category candidates. Check the seat reservation of AMU MBBS admission 2020 below.

AMU MBBS seat reservation

Name of College

Quota

Category

Number of Seats

Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh

AMU Internal

GN

69

AMU Internal

GN PH

4

AMU NRI

GN

5

AMU OPEN

GN

68

AMU OPEN

GN PH

4

Total Seats

150

Dr Ziauddin Ahmad Dental College, Aligarh

AMU Internal

GN

17

AMU Internal

GN PH

1

AMU NRI

GN

5

AMU OPEN

GN

16

AMU OPEN

GN PH

1

Total Seats

40

AMU MBBS counselling 2020

DGHS on behalf of MCC will conduct the counselling of AMU MBBS/BDS 2020. As many as three rounds will be organised for AMU MBBS 2020 counselling including mop-up round. The centralised AMU MBBS allotment process will be done in online mode only for admission to dental and medical seats in Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh (MBBS) and Dr. Ziauddin Ahmad Dental College, Aligarh (BDS).

During the registration process, aspirants need to provide their preferences of colleges as well as courses in which they wish to take admissions into. It must be noted that students can select as many colleges for AMU MBBS admission 2020. On the basis of choices filled, NEET UG rank, seats available, reservation criteria and other factors, the admission to AMU NEET 2020 will be granted. The seat allotment of AMU MBBS 2020 for round one will be released in the last week of June, while the second round allotment list will be available in the third week of July 2020.

AMU MBBS cutoff 2020

AMU MBBS/BDS 2020 cutoff is the last NEET rank and corresponding scores at which the admission to a particular college and category was closed. The cutoff of AMU MBBS 2020 will be released by MCC after the completion of admission process. With the help of previous years trends of AMU NEET cutoff, candidates will get an estimated idea of rank and marks they need to secure for admission to AMU medical and dental colleges.

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