Assam MBBS Counselling 2020: The Directorate of Medical Education, Assam will release the list of the candidates eligible for the Assam MBBS/BDS counselling 2020. The admission is for the 85% state quota seats offered in medical and dental colleges in the state. The counselling for the rest 15% All India Quota seats will be conducted by Medical Counselling Committee i.e. MCC. Assam MBBS 2020 seat allotment list will mention the eligible candidates amongst those who have appeared for the counselling process. The Assam MBBS counselling 2020 will be conducted in the offline mode and was open to students who have qualified NEET.
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NEET 2020 is scheduled to be conducted on May 3, 2020, in pen and paper-based mode. The allotment of seats will be done on the basis of the scores obtained by the candidates in NEET 2020 along with the college option chosen by them in the application form.
First Round of Counselling
Fourth Week of June 2020
Reporting to the Allotted College
First Week of July 2020
Second Round of Counselling
Second Week of July 2020
Seat Allotment Result
Third Week of July 2020.
*implies that dates are tentative
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Assam MBBS counselling 2020 will be conducted in the offline mode, which will have two rounds.
To be a part of the Assam MBBS counselling, students must qualify NEET 2020.
A merit list will be published by the DME, Assam which will have the names of the selected candidates based on their NEET 2020 scores. Only candidates with their names on the list will be eligible for the counselling process.
Eligible candidates are required to fill and submit the Assam MBBS application form 2020 before the late date, which is the third week of June.
Properly filled application form
Admit card of HSLC or equivalent examination
Passing certificate of HSLC or equivalent
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Permanent Residence Certificate
Mark sheets of 10+2
NEET 2020 Admit card
NEET 2020 Scorecard
Caste certificate (if applicable)
Along with all the documents, candidates at the time of reporting are required to bring the originals and self-attested photocopies of all the essential documents.
The allotment of seats will be based on the merit rank of the candidate state list. There will be two rounds in the counselling and the result for each round will be published on the official website. The Assam MBBS 2020 seat allotment results would include details like the name of the candidate, roll number, state merit rank as well as the name of the allotted institute. In a situation where a candidate is unable to be present in the counselling venue on the scheduled day, his/her allotted seat would be withdrawn. Candidates can check the last year’s seat allotment list below.
Seat allotment list
Seat allotment Round
Provisional seat allotment of Assam BDS counselling mop-up round
Seat allotment of Assam BDS counselling (round 2)
After the completion of the counselling process, eligible students will be granted admission to around 900 MBBS and 40 BDS seats in six medical and one dental college in the state.
A new category i.e EWS category has introduced which are purely meant for the general candidates. Candidates claiming for EWS quota seats are directed to bring the Annexure-XI completely filled up and properly signed by the concerned circle officer at the time of counselling. Candidate can have a look at the last year's income and asset certificate for EWS category. Click here
Seat matrix (As per 2019)
Vacant seats left after mop-up round of counselling
Mop-up round Assam NEET counselling seat matrix
Total Seats: 900
No. of Seats
Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh
Gauhati Medical College, Guwahati
Jorhat Medical College, Jorhat
Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed Medical College and Hospital, Barpeta
Silchar Medical College and Hospital, Silchar
Tezpur Medical College and Hospital, Tezpur
Total Seats: 40
Regional Dental College, Guwahati
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for the state of Telengana will be available by the fourth week of March 2020.
Applicant list- 2nd week of March 2020
Online application begins - 3rd week of March 2020
Online application ends- 4th week of March
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