DU MBBS Counselling 2019 - The Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is conducting the counselling of DU MBBS/BDS 2019. The authority has started the choice filling for the second round of DU MBBS 2019 counselling on July 12. A link to fill choices has been given below. Candidates who have been shortlisted for DU MBBS/BDS 2019 counselling under 15% AIQ and 85% state quota seats, must register themselves with Faculty of Medical Sciences (FMSc). The registration with Faculty of Medical Sciences (FMSc) has started, which can be done from the link available below. MCC has released the DU MBBS 2019 counselling result for round one on July 2. Only candidates who are included in the merit list are eligible to appear for DU MBBS 2019 counselling in online mode. The admission committee conducts two rounds of counselling, followed by a mop-up round, for admission to as many as 600 MBBS and 40 BDS seats offered by government colleges affiliated to the University of Delhi. LATEST: To fill choices for DU MBBS counselling- click hereTo download DU MBBS seat allotment result for round-1 - Click here
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In order to register for DU MBBS counselling 2019 with FMSc, aspirants have to enter their NEET roll number, email ID, mobile number, date of birth and provided captcha code. For the completion of DU MBBS/BDS 2019. process, it is mandatory for students to register at FMSc. For the completion of registration at FMSc, candidates have to pay the registration fees and upload the scanned images of required documents.
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The application form of DU MBBS 2019 counselling round one had started by MCC on June 19. For new registration, aspirants had to enter their NEET details and contact details. Using the NEET 2019 roll number and password created, students are required to login for DU MBBS/BDS 2019 counselling. After logging in, they must fill their preferences of colleges and courses for admission to medical and dental colleges. On the basis of these choices filled, NEET 2019 rank, reservation criteria and seats available, the DU MBBS admission 2019 will be granted. Students who will be allotted seats must report at the designated college for document verification and completion of admission process. Interested candidates can read the article on DU MBBS counselling 2019, rounds, procedure, dates, fees, seats and other details.
Aspirants can check the important dates of DU MBBS/BDS 2019 from the table below to keep a track on all crucial events.
Online Registration - Round 1
June 19-27, 2019 (up to 5 pm)
June 28, 2019 (10 am to 5 pm)
July 1, 2019 (Withdrawn)
Reporting to the allotted colleges
July 3 to 8, 2019
Online Registration - Round 2
July 11 to 13, 2019
Payment for registration- Round 2
July 13 2019
Choice filling and locking
July 12 to July 14, 2019 (10 am to 5 pm)
Result of second round of seat allotment
July 18, 2019
Reporting to the allotted college
July 18 to 25, 2019
Registration for Mop-Up Round
August 13 to 15, 2019
Till August 16, 2019 (2 pm)
Result of Mop-Up round of counselling
August 18, 2019
Reporting to allotted colleges
August 20 to 26, 2019
The counselling of DU MBBS/BDS 2019 will be done in online mode. Aspirants can check the procedure to be followed for seat allotment below.
Step 1 - Online registration
To participate for DU MBBS 2019 counselling, aspirants must register themselves by entering their NEET UG roll number (as mentioned in the NEET 2019 admit card), personal and other communication details. Thereafter, they need to create the password following the instructions mentioned by authority. Once the details are entered, click on the ‘submit’ button.
Once all registration process of counselling of DU MBBS 2019, the password will be send to the registered mobile number. They will be required to login using the NEET roll number and created password. A link to login for DU MBBS/BDS counselling 2019 will be provided on this page, when released.
Step 2 - Choice filling and locking for DU MBBS 2019 counselling
Once the aspirants logs in, they will be asked to fill their choices of colleges and courses, in which they want to get admission into. Candidates can choose all the colleges for DU MBBS admission 2019. However, it must be noted that the colleges submitted by aspirants must be locked for final submission of preferences. It is advised that aspirants must edit/delete the choices filled before locking, as no modifications will be allowed thereafter.
Step 3 - DU MBBS Seat Allotment 2019
After the choices are filled, the authority will start the process of seat allotment of DU MBBS/BDS 2019. According to the choices filled, preferences of colleges as well as courses, reservation criteria, availability of seats in a particular college, DU MBBS/BDS admission 2019 will be granted.
Step 4 - Result of DU MBBS counselling
The result of counselling of DU MBBS 2019 will be announced for each round separately. DU MBBS counselling 2019 for round one will be released in the last week of June, while the result for second round will be published in the third week of July 2019. The links to download the result of DU MBBS seat allotment will be provided on this page.
Step 5 - Reporting at allotted college
Aspirants who will be allotted seats must report at the designated college along with the relevant documents for verification and completion of admission process. Also, the eligible candidates must register to the Faculty of Medical Sciences (FMSc), University of Delhi for seat allotment.
After the allotment of seats, the selected aspirants under 15% AIQ and 85% state quota must register themselves at FMSc, as mentioned above. The link to register for DU MBBS 2019 counselling at FMSc is provided on this page. The process of registration is mentioned below.
Following are the list of documents which must be produced during DU MBBS/BDS admission 2019.
NEET result 2019
NEET 2019 admit card
Recent passport size photograph
Demand Draft of Rs. 1,000 (non-refundable)
Self attested copy of the following:
Class 10 marksheet
Class 12 pass certificate
Character certificate issued by the principal of institute last attended
SC/ST certificate, if applicable
Father’s SC/ST certificate, if required
OBC certificate, if applicable
Persons with Disability (PwD) certificate, if required
Non-Creamy Layer certificate, if applicable
OCI card, for Overseas Citizens of India
Following certificate from the school on prescribed proforma:
School is situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi
School is recognised by CBSE/Council of Indian School certificate/Jamia Millia Islamia
School which is conducting regular classes
Candidate who has conducted regular classes for Class 11 and 12
Candidates can check the participating institutes of DU MBBS admission 2019 from the table below along with the total number of MBBS and BDS seats.
85% State Quota seats
15% All India Quota seats (DGHS)
Central Pool seats
Central Pool seats
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