Assam MBBS Counselling 2019
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Assam MBBS Counselling 2019 - Directorate of Medical Education (DME), Assam, has released vacant seats list after mop-up round of Assam BDS 2019 counselling on September 14. Candidates can check the same in the link below. The authority had released provisional allotment list and notification of mop-up round of Assam MBBS/BDS counselling on September 11. Candidates can check the same in the link provided below. The authority had released the seat matrix for mop-up round of Assam MBBS/BDS counselling 2019. A total of 49 seats will be filed through Assam BDS 2019 counselling mop-up round in Government Dental College, Dibrugarh and Government Dental College, Silchar. The link to download the seat matrix for mop-up round of Assam MBBS counselling 2019, which is to be held on September 10, is available below on this page. Through an educational notice for all shortlisted candidates who have been allotted must noted that the classes for Assam MBBS admission will begin from September 9, 2019. Thus, all the selected candidates are requested to report to the Principals of respective colleges of Government Dental Colleges accordingly. DME, Assam has released the result for Assam MBBS seat allotment 2019 for round one and two in online mode, which can be downloaded from the link available in this article.

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Assam MBBS counselling 2019 is for admission to 85% state quota seats in medical and dental colleges in the state; counselling for remaining 15% AIQ seats will be conducted by MCC. Assam MBBS 2019 seat allotment list will include selected candidates from among those who appeared for counselling process which was conducted in offline mode and was open to all candidates who have qualified NEET. The allotment of seats will be done on the basis of both NEET 2019 scores as well as options picked by the candidate.

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LATEST: To check vacant seats left after mop-up round of counselling, click here

Provisional seat allotment of Assam BDS counselling mop-up round released, click here

Notification for Assam BDS counselling mop-up round released, click here

To download mop-up round Assam NEET counselling seat matrix - Click here
Seat allotment of Assam BDS counselling 2019 (round 2) released - click here

Notification and schedule of Assam MBBS 2019 counselling BDS (round 2) released - check here

EWS category vacant seat for spot round of Assam MBBS Counselling 2019 released. Click here to check

Spot round schedule of Assam MBBS Counselling 2019 released. Click here to view

Assam MBBS 2019 Counselling - Schedule

Event

Tentative Dates

Round I

Application form
June 18, 2019
Counselling
August 9 to 11, 2019

Seat allotment

August 14, 2019

Reporting at allotted institute

August 16 to 17, 2019

Spot Round

Counselling and seat allotment

August 18, 2019

To check the official notification on withheld seat allotment list, click here

To check the full counselling schedule for Round I - Click Here
To download income and asset certificate for EWS category - Click Here

OMR sheet of NEET UG 2019 needn't be submitted at time of counselling. To read official notice - Click Here

Assam MBBS Seat Allotment Result

Seat allotment round
Seat allotment result
Round one
Round two
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Mop-up round
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Assam MBBS 2019 Counselling Procedure

  • The counselling of Assam MBBS 2019 will be conducted in offline round. There will be two rounds of normal counselling followed by an extended second round and mop-up round.

  • To participate in Assam MBBS counselling, the candidate needs to have qualified NEET 2019

  • DME Assam will publish a state merit list based on NEET 2019 scores around second week of June. Only those candidates whose names appear in the list are eligible to participate in the counselling process.

  • Eligible candidates will have to fill and submit the Assam MBBS 2019 application cum counselling form before the last date. As part of the application process, the candidate will have to pay the counselling fee of Rs. 500.

Assam MBBS 2019 application cum counselling fee

Category

Application fee

All Categories

Rs. 500

  • First round of counselling will take place around last week of June. Candidates who are shortlisted for this round will have to report in person on assigned date.

  • At the time of reporting, candidates need to bring along originals and self-attested photocopies of all essential documents.

Document Checklist for Assam MBBS 2019 Counselling

  • Duly filled application form of Schedule-I

  • Admit card of HSLC or equivalent examination

  • Pass certificate of HSLC or equivalent

  • PRC

  • Mark sheets of 10+2

  • Permanent Residential Certificate

  • Admit card of NEET 2019

  • Score card of NEET 2019

  • Caste certificate and other reserved category certificates, if applicable

  • Any other relevant document in original

Along with originals of the above listed documents, the candidate also must bring one set of self-attested photocopies.

Assam MBBS BDS Counselling Venue:

Office of the Director of Medical Education, Assam

Sixmile, Khanapara

Guwahati-22

Assam MBBS Seat Allotment 2019

The seat allotment of Assam MBBS 2019 will be based on the merit rank of the candidate state list. The allotment of seats will be conducted category-wise as per the rank of the candidate in respective merit lists. The result of seat allotment for each round will be published on DME Assam website; additionally, the allotment result will be also updated on this page, so applicants should stay tuned.

Assam MBBS 2019 seat allotment result would include details like name of the candidate, roll number, state merit rank, and also name of the allotted institute.

In such case where a candidate is not present in the counselling venue on scheduled day, his/her allotted seat will be withdrawn.

Assam MBBS Seat Allotment 2018(Insert PDFs)

Seat Allotment Round

Seat Allotment Result

Round I

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Extended 2nd Round

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Mop-up Round

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Assam MBBS BDS Participating Institutes 2019

Medical College

Dental College

S. No.

Name of the College

1

Regional Dental College, Guwahati

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