DU MBBS Merit List 2020
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DU MBBS Merit List 2020 - Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) releases the DU MBBS 2020 merit list for round one tentatively in the fourth week of June in online mode. DU MBBS merit list 2020 includes the candidate’s name, roll number, NEET AIR and category-rank, category, PwD category status, etc. For every round of counselling the authority will release DU NEET merit list 2020 separately. In order to be enlisted their name in DU MBBS 2020 merit list, aspirants are required to get them registered. The merit list of DU NEET 2020 is the seat allotment result, which will be released by MCC. Only registered aspirants will be eligible for admission around 600 MBBS and 40 BDS seats, offered by government colleges affiliated to University of Delhi. DU MBBS rank list 2020 is derived on the basis of marks scored in NEET 2020.

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Candidates whose names are included in the DU NEET 2020 merit list must report at the designated colleges within the stipulated dates and timings. Applicants have to report by carrying out relevant documents for verification and completion of the admission process of DU MBBS. Candidates seeking more information regarding DU MBBS merit list 2020 can go through the article below to know more about the downloading procedure, tie-breaking method, previous year merit list and other relevant details.

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DU MBBS 2020 merit list - Eligibility

Aspirants are required to qualify the minimum NEET cutoff percentile for granting admission of DU MBBS 2020. Candidates are required to get them registered to be included in DU MBBS merit list 2020. The cutoff percentile for DU NEET 2020 admission varies for every category, year wise. Aspirants can go through the table below to know details about year and category wise cutoff along with its equivalent marks required for admission to DU NEET.

NEET cutoff


NEET cut off percentile

NEET 2019 cut off marks (out of 720)

NEET 2018 cut off marks (out of 720)

NEET 2017 cut off marks (out of 720)


50 percentile





40 percentile





45 percentile





40 percentile




How to download Merit List of DU MBBS 2020

Aspirants can go through the procedure involved to download the DU MBBS 2020 merit list.

  • The direct link to download the DU MBBS merit list will be provided in the article above, aspirants can click on the direct link

  • The DU MBBS merit list 2020 will be accessed in PDF format

  • Candidates can search for their roll number by pressing Ctrl+F and then entering their roll number.

  • Aspirants are advised to check all the mentioned details carefully

  • Candidates can download the DU MBBS 2020 merit list for their future use.

Highlights of DU NEET Merit List

  • MCC will be releasing the DU MBBS merit list 2020 in online mode for both rounds.

  • The DU MBBS 2020 merit list for round one will be released in the fourth week of June 2020, tentatively.

  • Candidates whose names are enlisted in DU MBBS rank list must have to report at the allotted colleges to complete the admission process.

  • For DU MBBS admission 2020, the merit list will contain the name of aspirants, application number, NEET rank, allotted category, candidate category and other details.

DU MBBS 2020 admission - required documents

Candidates must have to carry the following list of documents at the time of reporting for DU MBBS admission. Candidates who fail to verify any of the documents will lead to cancellation of their DU MBBS admission 2020.

  1. Aadhaar card

  2. Class 10 and 12th marksheets along with passing certificate

  3. Character certificate

  4. SC/ST/OBC certificate, if applicable

  5. Father’s SC/ST/OBC certificate, if required

  6. Person with Disability (PwD) certificate, if required

  7. Non-Creamy Layer certificate, if applicable

  8. OCI card for Overseas Citizens of India

  • Following certificates from the school will be required:

  1. School is situated within National Capital Territory of Delhi

  2. School is recognised by CBSE/COISC/Jamia Millia Islamia

  3. School is conducting regular classes

  4. Candidate who has attended regular classes for Class 11 and 12

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DU MBBS merit list 2020 - Tie-breaking Method

While preparing the DU MBBS 2020 merit list, authorities will follow the tie-breaking method to break the tie. If there is any situation where two or more aspirants obtain the same scores in NEET 2020 the method of tie-breaking will be followed.

  • The aspirant who scores higher marks in biology will be given more preference.

  • If the tie again persists, then the marks of chemistry will be more into consideration.

  • Then the lesser the wrong attempt the more the candidate will be preferred.

  • And if from above tie-breakers fail to resolve the tie then the older the age the more the candidates will be into consideration.

What after DU MBBS/BDS merit list?

The shortlisted aspirants will have to register themselves with the Faculty of Medical Sciences (FMSc) in online mode, after releasing the DU MBBS merit list 2020. After registering for DU MBBS 2020 admission, aspirants are required to report at the respective colleges which are allotted to them. Aspirants have to carry all the relevant documents as per the specification of authority for the document verification purposes.

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