Chandigarh MBBS Admission 2019
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Chandigarh MBBS Admission 2019 - Government Medical College (GMCH), Chandigarh, is conducting Chandigarh MBBS 2019 admission process for filling state quota MBBS and BDS seats in participating institutes. The authority has released official notification regarding mop-up round of counselling and vacant seats on August 5, 2019. A link to the official notification is given below. GMCH haD notified that the round 2 counselling for Chandigarh MBBS BDS courses has been postponed until further notice. The competent authority released the merit list for Chandigarh MBBS 2019 admission on June 27, 2019. A link to check the merit list has been provided below in the article. The merit list for admission will be prepared category-wise as per the rank/score of a candidate in NEET. So the applicant must have qualified in NEET 2019 to be eligible for admission. The Chandigarh MBBS 2019 counselling and seat allotment will be conducted offline, so candidates having to report in person on the scheduled day; there will be total of two seat allotment rounds. Go through the rest of the article to learn full details of Chandigarh MBBS Admission 2019.

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Chandigarh MBBS counselling for round 2 of BDS course has been postponed until further notice!

Chandigarh MBBS Admission 2019 - Quick Facts

Admission Process

Chandigarh MBBS Admission

Conducting Body

Government Medical College (GMCH), Chandigarh


Admission to MBBS, BDS and BHMS seats under UT Chandigarh Pool.

Note: Counselling for All India Quota seats will be conducted by DGHS.

Merit List

Will be prepared based on NEET 2019 score/rank.

Mode of counselling


Participating Institutes

  • Government Medical College & Hospital (MBBS)

  • Dr. Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences (BDS)

Chandigarh MBBS Admission 2019 - Important Dates


Tentative Dates

Start of online application form

June 10, 2019 (RELEASED)

Last date to submit application form

June 24, 2019

Last date for payment of application fee

June 24, 2019 (up to 4:00 PM)

Publication of Merit List (provisional)

June 27, 2019 (RELEASED)

Publication of Merit List (final)

July 2, 2019

Round I - Counselling for MBBS

July 4, 2019 (POSTPONED)

Round I - Counselling for BDS

July 5, 2019

Round II - Counselling

To be notified

Last date of reporting

To be notified

Chandigarh MBBS BDS Counselling 2019

The counselling of Chandigarh MBBS BDS 2019 which was scheduled to be conducted on July 4 has been postponed until further notice. The second round of Chandigarh MBBS counselling which was schedule to be conducted on July 18, 2019 is postponed until further notice. Also, counselling will be done conducted category-wise as per the merit of the candidate in NEET 2019. So only those candidates whose names appear in the corresponding merit lists of Chandigarh MBBS BDS 2019 are eligible to appear in the counselling process.

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Short-listed candidates would have to report in person for Chandigarh MBBS BDS 2019 counselling on the designated day along with originals and photocopies of all relevant documents.

The allotment of seats during counselling will be based on both the merit rank of the candidate in NEET 2019 and also choices opted for admission. Any candidate who is allotted a seat in the first round can’t participate in subsequent rounds.

Counselling Venue

Auditorium,‘O’ Block, (Sarai Building),

Govt. Medical College,

Sector 32-A, Chandigarh

Participating Institutes and Seat Matrix of Chandigarh MBBS BDS 2019

Name of the College

Total Seats

UT Chandigarh



Government Medical College and Hospital



All India Quota - 15

Central Pool - 02

NRI - 06

Dr. Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital



All India Pool - 73

NRI - 15

Central Pool - 10

Reserved for candidates from

Hoshiarpur District - 02

Chandigarh MBBS Eligibility Criteria 2019

The eligibility criteria of Chandigarh MBBS 2019 are the set of conditions that all applicants have to meet in order to be considered for admission. Important Chandigarh MBBS 2019 eligibility criteria include those related to age limit, domicile, and qualifying exam, explained in detail below.

Eligibility Criteria of Chandigarh MBBS 2019

  • Nationality: The candidate needs to be an Indian national for admission to UT Chandigarh Pool and All India quota seats.

  • Domicile: The candidate must be a domicile of Chandigarh.

  • Age limit: The minimum age limit is 17 years as on December 31, 2019. Maximum age limit is 25 years as on May 7, 2019.

  • Qualifying Exam: One must have passed 10+2 exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English. The candidate needs to pass each of these subjects individually. Candidates who will be appearing in the qualifying exam in 2019 may also apply, but have to meet the required minimum pass percentage once results are declared.

  • Minimum marks in qualifying marks: The candidate needs to score minimum 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Biotechnology taken together. Reserved category candidates are eligible for the relation in minimum marks as shown below.

Category-wise minimum marks in 10+2 (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Biotechnology combination)


Minimum aggregate percentage (%) in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Biotechnology



SC and ST




Please note that admission to MBBS and BDS courses will be based on rank/merit of NEET 2019, so the applicant needs to qualify in the national-level exam.

Minimum percentile to qualify in NEET 2019


Qualifying Cutoff

Qualifying score


50th Percentile



40th Percentile



40th Percentile



40th Percentile


Unreserved - PH

45th Percentile


Chandigarh MBBS BDS Merit List 2019

The provisional merit list of Chandigarh MBBS BDS 2019 has been released on June 27, 2019, and the final merit list will be released on July 2, 2019. The merit list has been prepared based on NEET 2019 scores/ranks and it is available for all the categories, including for unreserved candidates. Candidates who are included in Chandigarh MBBS BDS 2019 merit list will be eligible to participate in the counselling and seat allotment process. The merit list would include details like the name, roll number, NEET overall AIR, NEET marks, percentile, and date of birth.

Chandigarh MBBS Application Form 2019

GMCH Chandigarh has released the application form of Chandigarh MBBS 2019 on June 10, 2019. Eligible candidates who have qualified NEET 2019 will have to duly fill the application form and submit it before June 24, 2019, to be considered for admission to MBBS and BDS courses at the two participating institutes. Only correct and verifiable data should be used for filling the form, or else the candidate may be disqualified at any stage of the admission process.

The candidate needs to submit only one form, whether they are applying to only one course, or two or all three courses. For applying for multiple courses, the candidate needs to select the options in the form.

How to fill Chandigarh MBBS 2019 Application Form

  • Registration - The candidate has to register only once or fill only one application form whether they are applying to MBBS/BDS or both the courses. At the time of registration, one will have to share name, email id and mobile number, among other details. The candidate will also have to choose a password. Upon successful registration, a unique registration ID will be generated.

  • Filling of application form - Using the login details, login to access and fill the application form. Details the candidate has to enter include 10+2 marks, NEET 2019 rank and score, etc.

  • Uploading of documents - Upload scanned images of photograph and signature. Other documents the candidate has to upload include result card of NEET 2019, birth certificate, mark sheet of 10+2, category certificate, and pass certificate of class 10.

  • Payment of application fee - Next pay the application fee in online mode.

Application Fee


Application Fee


Rs. 7000 + Bank Charges


Rs. 500 + Bank Charges

General and all other categories

Rs. 1000 + Bank Charges

Chandigarh MBBS Admission 2019 - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Questions 1: Do I have to qualify in NEET 2019 for admission to MBBS/BDS courses?

Answer: Yes, admission will be done based on NEET 2019 rank/merit only. Also, no separate entrance exam will be conducted for admission.

Question 2: Will I get a seat if I have qualified NEET 2019?
Answer: Simply qualifying NEET 2019 is no guarantee of admission, as the admission conducting body will prepare category-wise merit lists. If you are listed in any of these lists, then your chances of admission are very good. You then will only have to successfully get your documents verified and complete other admission formalities.

Question 3: What will happen if I don’t attend the counselling session?

Answer: If you miss first counselling round, you will not be considered for seat allotment in that round. But you still can participate in the second round, provided you report in person for counselling. However, if you miss the second round as well, you may be out of the admission process altogether.

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Dear Rahul, NMC hasn't changed any eligibility criteria of NEET. For now everything remains the same. NTA has already released the official schedule for NEET 2020 and it doesn't mention any change of rules by NMC. So there are no changes whatsoever. The eligibility criteria remains unchanged. For you, reiterating the eligibility criteria once again. Here you go:

  • Indian Nationals, NRIs, PIOs, OCIs, and Foreign Nationals
  • No upper age limit as of now. The Candidate should be at least 17 years by December 31st of 2020
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  • 50% Aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST Candidates.
  • NIOS and Private Candidates are also eligible

Registration Dates: 2nd to 31st December, 2019
Downloading of Admit Cards: 27th March, 2020
Date of Examination: 3rd May, 2020
Date of Announcing Result: 4th June, 2020

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