Deemed University MBBS Admission 2021 - Dates, Notification, Registration, Merit List
Deemed University MBBS Admission 2022: The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the counselling for admission to Deemed University NEET 2022. Authorities will release the schedule for Deemed University MBBS/BDS admission at the official website, mcc.nic.in.
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Only aspirants who fulfill the eligibility criteria and qualify for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) entrance exam will get MBBS admission to Deemed University. As no separate entrance exam should be conducted for Deemed university MBBS admission 2022. For participating in the admission process of Deemed University NEET, aspirants need to register themselves entering their personal, academic, NEET 2022, communication, and other asked details. After registration, candidates also have to provide their choices of Deemed universities in which they wish to get admission.
Before every round of counselling, MCC will also release the Deemed University MBBS/BDS 2022 seat matrix. The counselling for Deemed university MBBS will be conducted in online mode. Along with Deemed MBBS/BDS admissions 2022, the authority will also conduct counselling for admission to 15% of All India Quota, Central universities, AFMS, and ESIC institutes.
On the basis of the NEET 2022 result, preferences of colleges and courses, seat availability, reservation criteria, and other factors, admission to Deemed University MBBS/BDS 2022 will be granted. The deemed university is an institution that has gained the status of a university through recognition by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and recommended by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or Dental Council of India (DCI). Aspirants seeking more information on Deemed University MBBS admission 2022 procedure, eligibility, seats, fees, and other details, read the article below.
Deemed University MBBS Admission 2022 Dates
Candidates can check the important dates related to Deemed University MBBS/BDS admissions to keep track of all crucial events from the below-mentioned table.
Deemed University MBBS dates 2022
To be announced
Choice Filling & locking
To be announced
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To be announced
Reporting to allotted colleges
To be announced
Deemed university MBBS Admission 2022 - Eligibility Criteria
Eligibility for admission to MBBS in Deemed Universities is similar to the NEET 2022 eligibility criteria. Candidates who will be considered qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank in NEET UG conducted by NTA will be eligible for Deemed University MBBS Admission 2022. However, candidates belonging to the state of Jammu and Kashmir will not be considered in this case.
Eligibility Criteria for Deemed University MBBS admission
10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as core subject in both Classes 11 and 12 from a recognized board.
Minimum Age Requirement
Candidates must have completed 17 years as of December 31, 2022.
Maximum Age Limit*
|There is no upper age limit |
UR - 50%, OBC/SC/ST - 40%, PWD - 45% (minimum aggregate marks only for PCB subjects)
No limit on the permitted number of attempts.
Indian Nationals, NRIs, OCIs, PIOs & Foreign Nationals
Deemed University MBBS 2022 Application Form
As aforementioned, the counselling for Deemed Universities is done by the MCC therefore the candidates do not need to fill out a separate application form. The candidates will be required to register themselves on the website of MCC. On the basis of NEET score and rank the candidates will be invited to participate in the centralised counselling process. The schedule regarding the registration for Deemed University MBBS admission will be updated on this page, after the availability.
Deemed University NEET Admission 2022 - Counselling procedure
The counselling for Deemed Universities will be conducted in three rounds. Aspirants are advised to go through the below-mentioned points to know about the counseling procedure of Deemed University NEET 2022 admission.
Aspirants seeking admission in MBBS courses in the Deemed universities will be required to register themselves and pay the registration fee for the same on the MCC web portal in order to participate in the counselling process.
After registering, candidates are required to give their preference of course and institute in which they wish to get admission.
The process of seat allotment for each round will be done.
Based on the choices filled, scores, NEET reservation criteria 2022, seats available, and other aspects the admission to Deemed University will be granted.
Those who have been allotted a seat will be required to report at the said institute along with the relevant documents. Applicants will have the free entry/exit option available too.
The authority will then publish a list of vacant seats for the next round of Deemed NEET counseling 2022.
Eligible candidates will thus register and enter fresh choices and submit them for the second round of counseling (not required by already registered candidates).
The process of seat allotment will begin after which results will be published the same as round one.
A mop-up round is also organized by the authority in case there are seats left vacant after the conclusion of round one and two.
Deemed University MBBS 2022 Admission: Essential documents
At the time of admission or reporting at the allotted college, candidates will be required to furnish the following documents failing which candidates will not be allowed to take NEET admission in Deemed University.
Date of Birth Certificate (if Class 10 Certificate does not bear the same)
Marksheet of Class 10 and 12
Eight Passport size photographs (same as provided on the application form)
Provisional allotment letter issued online
A valid ID proof (Aadhar/ PAN/ Driving Licence/ Passport)
Caste certificate (if applicable)
PwD Certificate (if applicable)
For Non-Residential Indians (NRI) and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) candidates following documents are required:
- Passport copy of sponsorer
- Sponsorship affidavit (stating that sponsor is ready to bear the expenses for the whole duration of the study)
- Relationship Affidavit (Relation of Candidate with the sponsor)
Deemed University NEET Admission 2022 Seat Matrix
Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will release the seat matrix for Deemed Universities. Aspirants can check the number of seats available for MBBS BDS courses respectively available in various categories for Deemed University. The counselling of the deemed university MBBS admission 2022 will also be conducted by MCC. The Deemed University MBBS/BDS seats matric 2022 will be released before the commencement of every round of counselling. Meanwhile, aspirants can go through the previous years' Deemed University MBBS/ BDS seat matrix from the below-mentioned table.
Deemed University MBBS/BDS seats 2020
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Deemed university MBBS/BDS seats 2019
Deemed university MBBS/BDS seats 2019
Deemed University MBBS 2022 - Contact details
In case of any other information, candidates can contact the MCC authority from the details available below.
Toll free number: 1800 102 7637
Email ID: email@example.com
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Questions related to NEET
Aditya Kumar Sir My Question Is If Someone Passed His 12th(PCB) in 2020 from his state board and appear for NEET 2020 with his state boards marks and then gives 12th(PCB) again from CBSE Boards this year and fill NEET 2022 form with this year CBSE exam Information .This is legal Or Illegal?
It's completely legal dear.
This is because,
It's not like you have given two regular board examination in the same year if that was the case then this would have been illegal but this isn't the case with you as you have passed 12th from state board in 2020 and cbse board in 2022 i. e different years so it's completely legal.
For filling neet application form,
You can use either of state/cbse board results. Choose the one with which you meet pcb percentage requirements for neet
For your reference,
Here's the eligibility criteria for NEET :-
-------------------) Qualification required :-As per Neet eligibility to be eligible one must be either appearing for 12th board examination or should have passed 12th board examination from any recognised board with physics, chemistry ,biology/biotechnology and English as core subject.
†††Important Note :- Students with Biology as an additional subject are also provisionally eligible for neet until Supreme Court gives its judgement over it.
-------------------) Percentage required :- You must get
at least 50 % in aggregate of PCB i.e Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology in 12th examination if belongs to general category
at least 40% in aggregate of PCB if belongs to st/Obc/ Sc
at least 45 % in aggregate of PCB in case of pwd candidates to be eligible.
-------------------) Age limit :-
Lower age limit:- to be eligible for neet one has to be at least 17 years old or more by 31st December in the year of appearing for the examination .
Upper age limit :-There's no upper age limit for NEET. Earlier there was upper age limit of 25 years which was pending in supreme court, on 9th march 2022 NMC in its notice has removed upper age limit. For details about it checkout :- https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-number-of-attempts-and-age-limit
--------------------) There's no attempt limit for neet.
For detailed information about neet examination eligibility go through our page for which link is provided below; -
is there any chance to change the neet eligibility criteria in 2023? like 12th %? I got 56% in pcb
I hope you are doing good. The eligibility criteria for NEET 2023 is, 50%(General candidates), 40%(SC/ST/OBC candidates) and 45% (PWD candidates) in PCB only.
You got 56% in PCB aggregate, which already satisfies the minimum criteria. Yes, you are eligible to appear in NEET-UG 2023 . I hope it clarifies your doubt.
Good luck for your exams! and Do your best!
girls nearby my village gone for neet coaching last yr nd it was their 1stdrop for neet nd if they get selected then what i will says to my parents bcoz i covered only 70% sylbs nd this is my 3rd drop i had wasted 1st 2drop nd aftr that everyone start comparing me with them? how to ovrcom this stres
You are concern about your 3 drops and due to which you are taking stress.
First of all, concentrate on what has happened with you . You have already taken 3 drops, and I would not suggest you to take additional drops. I think you should revise your 70% syllabus thoroughly. It is really enough to get a decent score in NEET and have potential to give you admission in some good MBBS college.
I would suggest you to change your place of living and go and live with your parents instead!
Psychology prospective :
It is human nature to automatically start comparing oneself from others.To some extent, it is a good habit, as it keeps you motivated to do hard work.
But if it is leading you to overthinking and self-doubts, then you should free yourself from those conditions. Go and listen to some good music, make friends, spend some time with your parents and relatives.
Stop concentrating on those girls, and have faith on your 70% syllabus, you can CRACK IT!
I hope for your good future!
should I have to get pass mark to repeat neet another year?
There is no upper age limit for giving NEET examination. You can give another attempt if you didn't got enough marks first time.
Hope this helps!!
govt. mbbs cut off in neet 2021 for NT category
The NEET qualifying cutoff is made public by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for all medical candidates. The general category's NEET cutoff percentile is 50th, while the percentage for SC/ST/OBC is 40th. The NTA publishes the NEET qualifying cutoff scores along with the results at neet.nta.nic.in. Previously, the general category's NEET cutoff passing marks were from 720 to 138, while those for SC, ST, and OBC were 137 to 108.
To know the neet cutoff of previous years you can visit our site by clicking on link given below.
Hope this information helps you.