DU MBBS Counselling 2020 - Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the counselling of DU MBBS 2020 in the second week of June. Candidates who will qualify NEET exam on May 3, 2020, will be eligible to participate for DU MBBS/BDS counselling 2020. NEET 2020 qualified candidates can participate in the DU NEET seat allotment process for admission to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) and 85% State Quota seats offered by three medical colleges and one dental college. Through DU MBBS counselling 2020, a total of 660 MBBS and 40 BDS seats will be offered in medical and dental colleges affiliated to Delhi University. The authority will conduct as many as three rounds of DU MBBS seat allotment 2020 process including mop-up round.
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In order to participate for DU MBBS/BDS 2020 counselling, aspirants need to register themselves by entering the relevant information asked. During the registration process, students have to enter their NEET 2020, personal, academic, contact and other crucial details. After the completion of the registration process, aspirants need to enter their preferences of colleges and courses in which they wish to get admission into. Based on these choices, NEET UG rank, availability of seats, reservation criteria and other factors, the admission to DU MBBS/BDS 2020 will be granted. Read more information on DU MBBS counselling 2020 on schedule, rounds, documents and other details.
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It is important for aspirants to know the event-wise dates of DU NEET counselling 2020 in order to keep a track on it. Check the crucial dates of DU MBBS/BDS counselling below.
NEET UG exam
May 3, 2020
Declaration of result
June 4, 2020
Third week of June 2020*
Payment of fees
Last week of June 2020*
Seat allotment list released
Reporting at the allotted colleges
First week of July 2020*
Display of seat matrix
Second week of July 2020*
Payment of application form
Choice filling and locking
Result for second round of counselling
Third week of July 2020*
Reporting at the colleges
Last week of July 2020*
Application form available
Second week of August 2020*
Filling and locking of choices
Third week of August 2020*
Mop-up round result
Last week of August 2020*
*dates are tentative
As mentioned, the counselling of DU MBBS 2020 will be conducted in three rounds in inclusion of mop-up round. Candidates can check the round-wise process of DU MBBS counselling 2020 below.
Step - 1: DU MBBS counselling registration 2020
First of all, the eligible candidates have to register themselves for DU MBBS counselling by entering their NEET UG roll number (as mentioned in NEET admit card 2020), personal, qualification, contact and other asked details. It is advised to enter the details carefully, as the allotment and other communications will be done through this information. Thereafter, they have to create a password following the instructions mentioned by the authority. Once the password and other details are done, click on submit button to proceed.
After the registration process, the password of DU MBBS counselling 2020 will be sent to the registered email ID, which must be preserved for future logins. In order to login, candidates have to enter their NEET roll number and password and the link for the same will be provided when available.
Step - 2: Choice filling and locking for DU MBBS/BDS counselling
Once the counselling session begins, the first thing to do is filling the choices of colleges as well as courses in which students wish to get admission. They can choose any number of colleges for DU MBBS admission 2020 among the three of them. The choices once filled should also be locked on or before the last date. In case, if any one forgets to lock the preferences, the choices filled will be locked automatically. It should be noted that preferences once locked cannot be edited or modified, therefore, it is advised to lock the choices after reviewing.
Step - 3: DU MBBS seat allotment 2020
The authority will start the process of allotment of DU MBBS 2020 for each round separately. The seat allotment process of DU MBBS admission 2020 for round one will be done in the last week of June, followed by second week of seat allotment in the third week of July. In case of any other vacant seats left, DGHS will conduct a mop-up round of DU MBBS allotment 2020 in the third week of August. The seat allotment process will be done on the basis of choices filled, NEET UG rank, seats available in the particular college, reservation criteria and other factors.
Step - 4: DU MBBS counselling result 2020
The result of DU MBBS/BDS counselling 2020 will be released for each round in the PDF format. DU MBBS allotment list for round one will be published in the last week of June, while the second round result will be announced in the third week of July. While DU MBBS counselling 2020 result for mop-up round will be declared in the third week of August. The links to download DU MBBS counselling result will be available on this page, when released. In the meantime, aspirants can take a look at previous years’ DU MBBS seat allotment list below.
DU MBBS allotment list
Round one result
Second round allotment list
Mop-up round allotment
Click here (provisional)
Click here (final)
Step - 5: Reporting at the allotted colleges
Candidates who will be allotted a college during DU MBBS/BDS counselling 2020 will be required to report at the Faculty of Medical Sciences (FMSc), University of Delhi, for completion of admission process and document verification. The allotted students also have to register themselves at FMSc for the allotment process. After registering at DU faculty, candidates can report at the designated college for joining the MBBS/BDS seat.
After the allotment of seats under 15% AIQ and 85% state quota seats, aspirants have to register themselves with FMSc, as mentioned above. The link to register with FMSc for DU MBBS/BDS allotment process will be available on this page when released. The step-by-step process for registration is mentioned here.
Click on the link to be available on this page, when released.
Enter the email ID, mobile number, NEET roll number, date of birth and captcha code.
An OTP will be sent to the registered number, which should be considered as password.
Go to the login window and login using NEET roll number, password and code.
NEET scorecard 2020 will be displayed on the screen.
Enter the required details such as name, gender, category, nationality, state, religion, family details and other
Enter the address (permanent and correspondence) address details and bank details.
In the next section, submit the academic details Class 10, 12 and NEET UG 2020
The relevant documents such as passport size photographs, signature, self-attested copies of Class 10, Class 12 board marksheet, NEET 2020 result and admit card.
After the submission of all details, aspirants have to cross-check all the details for future verification.
For final registration, click on the check-boxes mentioning the details.
Then, click on submit button and take a printout of confirmation page.
Following are the list of documents which must be carried at the time of reporting for DU MBBS admission 2020. No candidate will be granted admission without any of the document/certificate.
NEET result 2020
Admit card of NEET UG
Recent passport size photographs
Demand draft of Rs. 1000
Following self-attested copies of:
Class 10 mark sheet
Class 12 passing certificate
Character certificate issued by principal of school last attended
SC/ST/OBC certificate, if required
Father’s SC/ST/OBC certificate, if applicable
Person with Disability (PwD) certificate, if applicable
Non-Creamy Layer certificate, if applicable
OCI card for Overseas Citizens of India
Following certificates from the school will be required:
School is situated within National Capital Territory of Delhi
School is recognised by CBSE/COISC/Jamia Millia Islamia
School is conducting regular classes
Candidate who has conducted regular classes for Class 11 and 12
85% State Quota seats
15% All India Quota seats (DGHS)
Central Pool seats
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Going by previous All India cut offs and your rank, you may decent chances in Medical Colleges like:
Aarupadai Veedu Medical College
Sree Balaji Medical College
Having said that, this is 2019 data and cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, difficulty of the exam, and no.of seats available for each specialisation. Please try our College predictor to check the possibility of other specialisations with you rank across India: https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-pg-all-india-college-predictor
KPC is a Private Medical College and Private Medical Colleges do not participate in All India Counselling. Which means all the 100% seats are filled through State Counselling in the ratio of 40:50:10 or 30:60:10 where in 30-40% is Government Quota seats where in your target should be atleast 450-500 even under SC Category. The 50-60% is Management Quota seats where in your target should be atleast 400-450 provided you want to secure a seat under Counselling and you can even get a seat by qualifying under Direct admission but here the fees is nothing less than 40 lakhs. Now the 10% is for NRI students and its not applicable for you.
There is single girl child reservation in NEET. The details are available in the Information Bulletin. A single girl child who has no brother and sister and is the only child of her parents or has a twin sister is eligible for single girl child reservation. In 2013, Punjab introduced 1! quota for single girl child and victims of Aids and Cancer for admission to Technical Educational Institutes in the State. Later, it was also introduced to NEET. Please visit the official website for more information:
MGM Medical College, Aurangabad
MGM Medical College, Mumbai
Loni Rural Medical College
D.Y.Patil Medical College
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