DU MBBS Admission 2019 - Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, is to conduct DU MBBS 2019 admission process for filling UG medical and dental seats in participating institutes. DU MBBS admission 2019 is to be filled for 85% Delhi Quota seats; remaining 15% seats are open to All India candidates and counselling will be conducted by DGHS. The authority has released a revised schedule for NEET counselling thus the result of the first round of counselling will be released on July 1, 2019. Counselling for Delhi quota seats will be conducted in online mode consisting of two rounds, followed by a mop-up round for filling vacant seats. Registration will open separately for each round of counselling; to participate in round II, already registered candidates don’t have to register and pay the application fee, but they can edit entered choices. Registration for round I of DU MBBS 2019 counselling was open in online mode from June 19 to June 26, 2019. To participate in DU MBBS 2019 admission process, the candidates must have qualified NEET exam for the current academic session.
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Name of admission process
DU MBBS Admission
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
Admission to 85% Delhi Quota MBBS/BDS seats.
Note: Remaining 15% are All India seats. Counselling for these seats will be conducted by DGHS on behalf of MCC.
Basis of admission
Category-wise merit rank of candidate in NEET 2019
Mode of counselling
Online Registration - Round 1
June 19-26, 2019 (CLOSED)
June 27, 2019 (up to 11:00 AM)
July 1, 2019
Reporting to the allotted colleges
July 1 to July 6, 2019
Online Registration - Round 2
July 9 to July 11, 2019
Payment for registration- Round 2
Till July 11, 2019 (12 noon)
Choice filling and locking ends
July 12, 2019 (10 am to 5 pm)
Result of second round of seat allotment
July 15, 2019
Reporting to the allotted college
July 15-22, 2019
Registration for Mop-Up Round
August 13-15, 2019
Till August 16, 2019 (2 pm)
Result of Mop-Up round of counselling
August 18, 2019
Reporting to allotted colleges
August 20-26, 2019
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All applicants applying for admission to Delhi Quota MBBS/BDS seats must meet the eligibility criteria of DU MBBS BDS 2019 eligibility criteria as prescribed by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
Age limit: The candidate needs to no more than 25 years of age as on May 7, 2019. Minimum age limit is 16 years as on January 1, 2019. Upper age relaxation of 5 years applies to candidates from SC, ST and OBC categories.
Domicile: Candidate must have passed 10+2 exam from institute located in National Capital Territory.
Qualifying exam: Must have passed 10+2 exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English
Minimum marks in qualifying exam: General category candidates need to score minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The candidate needs to also pass each of the subjects in the qualifying exam individually.
Minimum percentage (%) in PCB
Medical fitness: The candidate needs to be medically fit.
In addition to the above eligibility requirements, the candidate needs to qualify NEET 2019, as the merit lists for admission will be prepared based on scores of the national-level exam only. The minimum percentile required to qualify in NEET 2019 can be checked from the table below.
OBC/OBC - PH
SC/SC - PH
ST/ST - PH
Unreserved - PH
The application form of DU MBBS 2019 for Round I of online counselling has opened on June 19. There are two rounds of online counselling, and fresh registrations will be invited for second round. Candidates who have already registered don’t have to re-register, but can participate in choice filling and locking. Registrations will open again for mop-up round.
Registration - The register, one will need valid email id and mobile number. Other details the candidate has include name, gender, category, state of eligibility, date of birth, etc. Click on I Agree button to continue. The candidate next has to fill in personal details like communication address, pin number, email id and mobile number. The candidate will also have to select and confirm a password. Upon successful registration, a confirmation page will appear with registration number and password. Take a printout.
Payment of application fee - The candidate has to next pay the application fee in online mode through net banking, credit or debit cards.
SC, ST and PwD candidates
Choice Filling - Candidates who have successfully registered and paid the application fee can participate in the choice filling process. One should enter as many choices, in the order of merit, to increase one’s chances of admission. If the candidate enters a choice, but later on wants to remove it, there is also the option to edit such choices.
The merit list of DU MBBS 2019 will be prepared category-wise based on NEET 2019 scores. The merit list will be available in online mode only, and will not be sent individually to the candidate. DU MBBS 2019 merit list for the first round will be released tentatively in the 4th week of June. The merit list would contain such details like the name of the candidate, roll number, NEET 2019 AIR and category-rank, category, PwD category status, etc.
DU MBBS BDS 2019 counselling will be conducted by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, GOI, for filling Delhi quota seats. Counselling for remaining 15% seats, which are available for All India candidates, will be conducted by DGHS.
Counselling of DU MBBS 2019 will be held in online mode that will have two rounds. However, if there are vacant seats left after online rounds, a manual mop-up round would also be conducted. For mop-up round, the candidate needs to be physically present at the assigned venue.
Registrations will be open separately for each round, but if the candidate is already registered, they don’t have to register or pay the fee again, but they can participate in choice filling. Meaning they will be able to edit previously entered choices. Fresh candidates, however will have to both register and pay the fee before they will be able to participate in choice filling.
The seat allotment of DU MBBS 2019 will be based on both the merit rank of the candidate and choices filled for admission.
All India Quota seats (15%)
Delhi Quota Seats (85%)
Central Pool seats (NGOI)
Lady Hardinge Medical College for Women, New Delhi
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi
All India Quota seats (15% )
Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, New Delhi
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Dear aspirant, you don't need any domicile certificate for applying to 85% STATE QUOTA. As per the rules any student who has completed 10th and 12th from UP will not be required to provide domicile certificate during counselling.
Your 10th and 12th marksheet are proof that you are permanent resident of this state so there's no need to provide domicile certificate.
All the best
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Yes. According to the new criteria all students who want to appear for MBBS have to appear for NEET and there will be no separate tests for AIIMS and JIPMER. Admission in both the Institutions will be on the baiss of NEET score only. So the news you have heard is absolutely true.
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