BHU MBBS Counselling 2020: The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the online BHU MBBS 2020 counselling in the second week of June. There will be three rounds in the counselling sessions of BHU MBBS/BDS 2020, including a mop-round in the end. Candidates who have cleared NEET and are included in the merit list will only be eligible to participate in BHU MBBS counselling 2020.

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BHU MBBS Counselling 2020

During the BHU NEET counselling rounds, candidates will be allotted 84 seats to MBBS and 50 seats to BDS colleges on the basis of their NEET 2020 scores, given preferences, availlability of seats and various other factors. Aspirants must know that the counselling of BHU MBBS 2020 will be conducted along with the participating Deemed/Central Universities, ESIC & AFMC institutes and 15% All India Quota seats. Candidates can read the article below to get a more clear knowledge about the BHU MBBS counselling 2020.

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BHU MBBS 2020 Counselling Important Dates

Events

Dates*

Round 1 for All India Quota/Deemed/Central/ESIC

Registration and payment

Third week of June 2020

Last date of payment

Fourth week of June 2020

Choice filling

Fourth week of June 2020

Seat allotment

First week of July 2020

Issue of allotment letter

First week of July 2020

Reporting to allotted colleges

Second week of July 2020

Round 2 for All India Quota/Deemed/Central/ESIC

Display of seat matrix

Second week of July 2020

Fresh registration

Third week of July 2020

Choice filling

Third week of July 2020

Last date of payment

Third week of July 2020

Allotment result

Fourth week of July 2020

Reporting to the allotted colleges

Fourth week of July 2020

Transfer of vacant seats to the respective states

First week of August 2020

Mop-up round for Deemed Universities/Central Universities/ESIC Colleges

Display of seat matrix

Second week of August 2020

Fresh registration

Third week of August 2020

Choice filling and locking

Third week of August 2020

Allotment result

Third week of August 2020

Reporting to allotted colleges

Fourth week of August 2020

Transfer of vacant seats to the respective states

Fourth week of August 2020

* implies that dates are Tentative

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BHU MBBS Counselling 2020 Seat Matrix

Candidates can check the total seats intake of BHU MBBS/BDS 2020 from the table below.

BHU MBBS/BDS seats

Category

MBBS

BDS

GN

42

26

GN PH

2

1

OBC

21

13

OBC PH

1

-

SC

12

7

ST

6

3

BHU MBBS Counselling 2020 Procedure

BHU MBBS counselling 2020 will be held in online mode. Below is a detailed procedure that aspirants are required to follow.

Step 1: Registration

In order to be a part of BHU MBBS counselling 2020, aspirants need to register themselves with their NEET 2020 roll no and create a password. The roll number and the created password will be the login credentials for the aspirant. It is advised to change the password at regular intervals for security purposes.

Step 2: Choice Filling and Locking

Candidates with their names included in the BHU MBBS merit list 2020 will be allowed to give the preferences from the list of central and deemed universities during the counselling sessions. Candidates are required to lock their choices before the BHU MBBS counselling and are permitted to make changes in their choices during BHU MBBS counselling 2020 locking session. In case, no choices will be locked by the candidate till the locking session, the choices made by the candidate will be saved automatically. It is to be noted that aspirants who failed to submit their choices will not be considered for BHU MBBS 2020 admission.

Step 3: BHU NEET seat allotment

The BHU MBBS/BDS seat allotment process will be done on the basis of candidate's filled choices, NEET UG rank, number of seats available, reservation criteria and various other factors. Candidates can check the last year’s BHU MBBS NEET seat allotment list in the table below.

BHU NEET seat allotment (As per 2019)

Rounds

Links

Round 1

Click Here

Round 2

Click Here

Mop-up round

Click Here

After BHU MBBS Counselling 2020

After the conclusion of each counselling session, a seat allotment list will be published which will carry the name of the candidates who have successfully secured admission in BHU MBBS 2020. Aspirants are not required to upload any document online but to carry original documents with them.

  • NEET 2020 Admit Card issued by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

  • NEET Result 2020 /Rank letter issued by CBSE.

  • Date of Birth Certificate

  • Class 10 Pass Certificate

  • Class 12 Pass Certificate

  • Class 12 Marks Sheet

  • Eight Passport size photograph same as affixed on NEET application form 2020

  • Provisional allotment letter

  • Proof of identity

  • Caste Certificate, if applicable

  • NRI document for the verification of NRI status, if applicable

  • Minority status document, if applicable

BHU MBBS Counselling 2020 Highlights

  • Aspirants have the option to choose as many options as they like during the counselling sessions, however, to get BHU MBBS admission 2020 choosing Institute of Medical Sciences for MBBS courses and Institute of Medical Sciences Dental for BDS courses is mandatory.

  • Aspirants are allowed to make changes after submitting their choices, until the choice locking session of BHU MBBS 2020 counselling.

  • If no changes will be made by the aspirant in the choice submitted, choices made by them earlier will be saved automatically.

  • Candidates who failed to enter their preferences will not be considered for BHU MBBS 2020 admission.

  • A seat allotment list will be released by the authority after the counselling session. The list bear the information about the allotted colleges.

  • Each candidate are required to report to the allotted centre at the given time along with the relevant documents as mentioned above.

BHU NEET Cut off 2020

BHU MBBS 2020 cutoff will define the minimum score needed to be qualified for BHU MBBS admission 2020. A seat allotment list will be released which will mention the marks and the corresponding rank of all the aspirants who will be secure admission. BHU MBBS 2020 cutoff will be the last rank and its equivalent score that will appear in the seat allotment list released after the last round of counselling. The cutoff marks is a score that every aspirant is required to secure to get admission to BHU. There are a number of factors which affect the cutoff such availability of seats, the number of candidates who secured minimum required percentile in NEET 2020, the number of applicants to BHU MBBS 2020 admission and the difficulty level of the exam.

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Hello student cut off vary every year on various factors like the level of question in the entrance examination and total number of applicants in that examination so its difficult to predict the exact marks but as per previous year records aim for marks around 600 so that you can get a admission into government medical college.


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hi I am sonali yog Im neet aspirant and I have general ews category what will be the advantage of this in 15% all India quota ,in cutoff in 2020?..

Yash Dev Student Expert 25th May, 2020

Hello student the advantage of ews category aspirants is that you can apply for seats which comes under Economically Weaker Section (EWS). 10 Percent seats in every medical college are reserved for ews category aspirants so you can get admission through ews quota. Cutoff vary every year on various factors like the level of question in the entrance examination and total number of applicants in that examination so its difficult to predict cut off.


NEET eligibility - candidates must passed or appearing class 12 with physics chemistry and biology with minimum 50 percent marks aggregate from a recognized board.


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Can anyone guide me through the process of form filling for AFMC (Pune).

Bhawna Mehbubani 25th May, 2020

Dear Rigved, AFMC selects its students on the basis of NEET examination. After NEET, you must fill AFMC registration forms, after which you will be called for screening rounds and interview for selection.

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how to score 400 marks in neet exam .

Aditya Kumar Student Expert 24th May, 2020
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To prepare well for neet and get good marks follow the below mentioned tips


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I am from kolkata. how much minimum do I need to score in neet ug 2020 to get into aiims kalyani?

Aditya Kumar Student Expert 24th May, 2020
Hello pratiksha

It is extremely difficult to predict marks required by you to get a seat in AIIMS kalyani or any other AIIMS

As it is the first time ever when AIIMS  will be offering  admission through neet examination, also marks required to get a seat will depend upon various factors like kind of marks obtained by students in the examination , toughness level of the neet examination etc.

Also, seats are very limited in AIIMS ,
keeping these things in mind you should target around 650 marks at least in your neet examination if you want to get a seat in Aiims kalyani if you belong to general category

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