DU MBBS Application Form 2019
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DU MBBS Application Form 2019 - Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, GOI, has released the application form of DU MBBS 2019 for first round on June 19, in online mode. The eligible candidates can use the link available on this page to fill the DU MBBS application form. DU MBBS 2019 application form can be filled for admission to 15% All India Quota and 85% Delhi Quota seats. Candidates who have qualified NEET in current academic session are eligible for admission and so may fill the application form. DU MBBS application form filling process would include steps like registration, payment of counselling fee, and choice filling. After completion of first round, registration will open again for round II from July 6, 2019. Fresh candidates as well as those who participated in Round II will be able to participate in this round. However, while fresh candidates need to pay application fee, already candidates don’t have to pay the fee again.

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Under Delhi state quota, there are a total of 400 medical and 34 dental seats that are up for grabs. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of DU MBBS application form 2019.

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DU MBBS BDS 2019 Application Calendar

Events

Tentative Dates

Counselling - Round I

Online Registration and Payment of fee

June 19 to 25, 2019
- STARTED

Choice filling and locking

June 20 to 25, 2019

Processing of seat allotment

June 26, 2019

Seat allotment result

June 27, 2019

Reporting to the allotted colleges
June 28 to July 3, 2019

Counselling - Round II

Online Registration and Payment of fee

July 6 to 9, 2019

Choice filling/locking

July 9, 2019

Seat allotment

July 10 to 11, 2019

Declaration of Result

July 12, 2019

Reporting to the colleges
July 13 to 22, 2019

Mop-up Round

Release of seat matrix

2nd week of August, 2019

Online Registration and fee payment

August 13 to 15, 2019

Choice filling and locking

August 16, 2019

Processing of seat allotment

August 17, 2019

Declaration of Result

August 18, 2019


Reporting at colleges
August 20 to 26, 2019
Transfer of vacant seats to deemed, central universities and ESIC
August 27, 2019

DU MBBS Application Form 2019

The application form of DU MBBS 2019 for Round I of online counselling has opened on June 19. There will 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. Read the detailed application process of DU MBBS 2019 below.

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How to fill DU MBBS Application Form 2019

  1. Registration

  2. Payment of application fee

  3. Choice filling

Step 1 - Registration

The first step in filling the application form of DU MBBS 2019 is registration. Click on the link available above and fill in registration details like name, gender, category, state of eligibility, date of birth, etc. After entering these details on the I Agree button. This will redirect the candidate to a page where personal details like address of communication, pin number, email id and mobile number have to be furnished.

Next select a unique password for the new candidate account; confirm the password. Once the registration is complete, a confirmation page will appear on screen displaying the registration number and password. Download and take a printout of the page.

Step 2 - Payment of Counselling Fee

Upon successful registration, the candidate can proceed to fee payment, which have to be done in online mode only. Also, depending on the category of the candidate the application fee will be different, as shown in the table below.

Application fee

Category

Fee

SC, ST and PwD candidates

Rs. 1000

Unreserved

Rs. 1500

Step 3 - Choice Filling

Successfully registered candidates who have paid the application cum counselling fee must next participate in the choice filling process. This is an important stage of DU MBBS 2019 admission process, as allotment of seats will be made based on choices entered by candidates, along with their merit rank. So, one needs to be careful when entering choices. Aslo, it is recommended that candidates enter as many choices as possible, and in the order of preference, to optimize their chances of admission.

DU MBBS Eligibility Criteria 2019

Aspirants are urged to confirm their eligibility for Delhi Quota MBBS/BDS before filling the application form. Candidates who don’t meet prescribed DU MBBS 2019 eligibility criteria will not be considered for admission.

DU MBBS 2019 Eligibility Criteria

  • Age limit: One must be no more than 25 years of age as on May 7, 2019, and not below 16 years of age as on January 1, 2019. SC, ST and OBC categories are eligible for 5 years relaxation is upper age limit.

  • Domicile: The candidate must have passed 10+2 exam from an institute located in the National Capital Territory.

  • Qualifying exam: Must have passed 10+2 exam from recognized boards like CBSE/ICSE/JMI 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.

Category-wise minimum marks in PCB

Category

Minimum percentage (%) in PCB

General

50%

SC/ST/OBC

40%

PwD

45%

  • Medical fitness: The candidate needs to be medically fit.

Apart from the eligibility requirements listed above, one also has to qualify NEET 2019. It may be noted that depending on the category one belongs to, the qualifying percentile would vary. Refer the table below for details.

Category-wise minimum percentile to qualify in NEET 2019

Category

Qualifying Cutoff

Qualifying cutoff scores

Unreserved

50 Percentile

701-134

OBC/OBC - PH

40 Percentile

133-107

SC/SC - PH

40 Percentile

133-107

ST/ST - PH

40 Percentile

133-107

Unreserved - PH

45 Percentile

133-120

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