Delhi University MBBS Admission 2015
Govind Kumar, 29 Jul 2015, #NEET
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Delhi University MBBS Admission 2015 - University of Delhi, Faculty of Medical Sciences has decided that no separate Pre-Medical Test shall be conducted for admissions to the undergraduate medical courses for admission in three medical colleges. Delhi University MBBS 2015 admission will be done through AIPMT 2015 score.  All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test AIPMT 2015 Retest was conducted by CBSE on July 25, 2015.

 

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The three medical college which are constituent of University of Delhi, Faculty of Medical Sciences are Lady Hardinge Medical College, (LHMC), Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS), and BDS Course at Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences (MAIDS). Only female candidates will be admitted to LHMC.

University of Delhi, Faculty of Medical Sciences will fill only 85% MBBS seats of Lady Hardinge Medical College, (LHMC), Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) and 85% BDS seats of Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences (MAIDS). Rest of the 15% MBBS and BDS seats will be filled by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on the basis of All India quota.

AIPMT 2015 result will be the basis for admission to 15% of undergraduate Medical and Dental course seats in Government Medical and Dental Colleges across India excluding Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.

 

Delhi University MBBS 2015 Admission - Through AIPMT 2015 score

Distribution of 600 MBBS & 40 BDS Seats amongst the different categories is as follows:

Name of Delhi University Medical College

Seats to be filled in 85% Delhi Quota Seats

Seats to be filled in by DGHS

Seats to be filled through Central Pool Scheme     NGOI

Total Seats

 

General

SC

ST

OBC

15% Quota

 

 

MBBS COURSE

LHMC

78

23

12

42

30

15

200*

MAMC

104

31

16

56

37

06

250

UCMS

64

13

06

23

15

00

150

Total MBBS Seats

246

67

34

121

82

21

600

BDS Course

Name of Delhi University Dental College

 

Seats to be filled in 85% Delhi Quota Seats

 

Seats to be filled in by DGHS

Seats to be filled through Central Pool Scheme     NGOI

 

Total Seats

 

General

SC

ST

OBC

15% Quota

 

 

MAIDS

17

 

 

 

05

 

03

 

09

 

06

0

40

(Based on Faculty of Medical Sciences Information)

  • Seats may be added/deleted depending upon the status of approval from University/ Medical Council of India/ Dental Council of India/Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MOHFW). However, in case of any increase in intake capacity in MBBS/BDS course(s), the same will be displayed before the start of the Counselling Session

  • (*) 130 seats are recognized by MCI & 70 seats are permitted by MOHFW confirmed by the Director, LHMC

Delhi University MBBS Admission 2015 Eligibility: All those aspirants wish to pursue their MBBS and BDS programs from Delhi University Faculty of Medical Sciences must have eligibility criteria:

  • The candidates should have completed the age of 17 (seventeen) years on or before 31st December 2015. The candidates completing the age of 17 years on 1st January 2016 or later will not be eligible for admission

  • The upper age limit is 25 years as on 31st December, 2015. Further provided that this upper age limit shall be relaxed by a period of 5 (five) years for the candidates of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward Classes

  • Indian Nationals/Overseas citizens of India, who have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system conducted by the C.B.S.E/ Council of the Indian School Certificate Examination/ Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi with required subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and English from the recognized schools conducting regular classes situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi only, will be eligible for admission

Delhi University MBBS Admission 2015 Selection Procedure: Candidates will be shortlisted for Delhi University 2015 MBBS counselling on the basis of AIPMT 2015 score. Admission to the Delhi University 2015 Medical course for the academic session 2015 will be based on AIPMT 2015 score and rank. Only those candidates are eligible for admission to Delhi University 2015 MBBS and BDS Course for 2015 academic year who has 50% marks in AIPMT 2015. However, in respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward Classes, the minimum marks shall be 40%.

 

Delhi University MBBS Admission 2015 Application Procedure: Delhi University MBBS 2015 Admission form is available May 11. The last date filling Delhi University MBBS 2015 Admission form is August 19, 2015. Candidates who wish to apply for Delhi University Medical 2015 Admission form can either downloaded or purchased from May 11, 2015 (Monday) on all working days between 09:30 AM to 05:00 PM from the office of the Deputy Registrar, Faculty of Medical Sciences. The cost application form Rs. 750 (Rupees Seven Hundred Fifty only) for General/OBC category and Rs. 550 (Rupees Five Hundred Fifty only) for SC/ST category (PwD-Nil). The amount must be paid through Bank Draft/Banker’s cheque in favour of the ‘Registrar, University of Delhi’. 

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Delhi University MBBS Admission 2015 Important Dates: 

 

As per the official notification, the last date of submission of Delhi University MBBS 2015 Application form in the faculty office is August 19, 2015.

 

The important dates and counselling schedule of Delhi University MBBS Admission 2015 is as follows:

Delhi University MBBS Admission 2015 Admission Events

Important Dates

Sale of Bulletin of Information Form

May 11, 2015

Last date for submission of Application Form in the Faculty office

August 19, 2015

Uploading of tentative merit list

August 24, 2015

Last date of receiving of representation regrading descrepancy, if any

 

August 25, 2015

Display of merit list in the websites

August 26, 2015

Counselling Round 1 – MBBS Course

Venue: Conference Centre, opposite Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007

Time: 09:00 AM

Candidates with merit position 001 to 300 under

Open Merit List including Persons With Disabilities (PWD)

August 27, 2015

Schedule caste (SC) merit position including persons with disability (PWD)- 01 to 125

August 28, 2015

Schedule tribe (ST) merit position including persons with disability (PWD)- 01 to 80

August 28, 2015

All eligible OBC candidates including Persons With Disabilities (PWD)- 01 to 60

August 28, 2015

Counselling Round 1 – BDS Course

Venue: Conference Centre, opposite Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007

Time: 09:00 AM

Open merit positions including persons with disability (PWD)- 001 to 500

August 29, 2015

Schedule Caste (SC) merit postions including persons with disability (PWD)- 01 to 200

August 29, 2015

Schedule Tribe (ST) merit postions including persons with disability (PWD)- All candidates

August 29, 2015

Other Back ward Classes (OBC) merit postions including persons with disability (PWD)-01 to 200

August 29, 2015

 

Delhi University MBBS 2015 – Counselling Round 2*

Important Dates

 

Venue: Conference Centre, opposite Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007

Time: 09:00 AM

MBBS Course- Eligible candidates under all categories  (Open Merit/SC/ST/OBC) including Persons With Disabilities (PWD)

First week of September, 2015

BDS COURSE- Eligible candidates under all categories (Open Merit/SC/ST/OBC) including Persons With Disabilities (PWD)

First week of September, 2015

Last date for joining for the candidates allotted seats in 2nd Round of Counselling

First week of September, 2015

 

Delhi University MBBS 2015 – Counselling Round 3*

Important Dates

 

Venue: Committee Room, Faculty of Medical Sciences ‘7th Floor VPCI Building, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007

Time: 09:00 AM

MBBS/BDS COURSES- Eligible candidates under all categories  (Open Merit/SC/ST/OBC) including Persons With Disabilities (PWD)

Second week of September, 2015

Last date for joining for the candidates allotted seats in 3rd Round of Counselling

Second week of September, 2015

 

Extended 3rd Round Counselling (Final)*

Important Dates

 

Venue: Committee Room, Faculty of Medical Sciences ‘7th Floor VPCI Building, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007

Time: 09:00 AM

MBBS/BDS COURSES- Eligible candidates under all categories  (Open Merit/SC/ST/OBC) including Persons With Disabilities (PWD)

(If vacancy arises)

Third week of September, 2015

Last date up to which students can be admitted against vacancies arising due to any reason

Third week of September, 2015

Commencement of Session

Spetember 1, 2015

Close of admission

September 30, 2015

*Subject to availablity of MBBS and BDS seats

 

Contact Address: 

University Of Delhi 

Faculty of Medical Sciences

6th Floor, V.P.C.I. Building, Delhi - 110 007

 

Website: www.fmsc.ac.in

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