Delhi University Medical 2014 Counselling
Govind Kumar, 10 Jun 2014, #NEET
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Delhi University Medical 2014 Counselling - Delhi University has announced the counselling schedule for DU Medical 2014 admissions. Counselling for admission to MBBS and BDS course will start on June 20, 2014, while the same for BDS will begin on June 22, 2014. DU MBBS 2014 and DU BDS 2014 is to be done through AIPMT 2014 score.


Counselling Schedule for Delhi University Medical 2014 Admission is as follows:


Important Dates

Candidates with merit position 001 to 500 under

Open Merit List including PwD.

June 20, 2014

Candidates with merit position 001 to 200 under

SC Category including PwD.

June 21, 2014

Candidates with merit position 001 to 100 under

ST Category including PwD

June 21, 2014

Candidates with merit position 001 to 200 under

OBC Category including PwD

June 21, 2014

Schedule for Counselling for admission to BDS Course

Candidates with merit position 001 to 500 under

Open Merit List including PwD

June 22, 2014

Candidates with merit position 001 to 200 under

SC Category

June 22, 2014

Candidates with merit position 001 to 100 under

ST Category.

June 22, 2014

Candidates with merit position 001 to 200 under

OBC Category.

June 22, 2014

2nd Counselling for MBBS Course

July 24, 2014

2nd Counselling for BDS Course

July 25, 2014

Commencement of Session

September 1, 2014

3rd Counselling for MBBS/BDS Course

September 8, 2014

Extended 3rd round of Counselling for MBBS/BDS Course

September 26, 2014

Close of admission

September 30, 2014

Procedure for admission, assignment of college:


(a) The candidate will be required to produce admission tickets of AIPMT-2014 and original certificates including score card of AIPMT-2014


(b) The admission would be made strictly on the basis of marks/merit of the eligible candidates in each category, determined by marks obtained in the AIPMT 2014.


In case of two or more candidates obtain equal marks in the AIPMT 2014, the inter-se-ranking of such candidates shall be determined in the following order of preference:

(i) The candidates who have obtained higher marks in Biology/Bio-technology in the AIPMT 2014.

(ii) The candidates who have obtained higher marks in Chemistry in the AIPMT 2014.

(iii) The candidates who are older in age.


(c) No communication would be sent to the individual candidates for appearing before the Medical Courses Admission Committee for counselling.


The candidates should appear before the Medical Courses Admission Committee for counselling on the specified dates according to their merit as per schedule. Candidates should report at the Conference Centre, Opposite Department of Botany, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 on the stipulated dates at 09:00 A.M. for counseling with any one of the following identifications proof:

1. Admission Ticket of AIPMT 2014 for Counselling

2. Voter Identity Card

3. Passport

4. Driving License

5. Admission Ticket of last exam passed/appeared by the candidates.


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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 2014 and Delhi University BDS 2014 admissions will be done through AIPMT 2014 score. All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test AIPMT 2014 to be conducted by CBSE on May 4, 2014.


For any doubts and queries, call Delhi University Medical 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360


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.


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