Goa MBBS Admission 2020
Goa MBBS Admission 2020 - The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Bardez conducts the Goa MBBS 2020 admission. The application form for Goa MBBS/BDS admission has been made available on February 29. Candidates can download Goa MBBS admission form 2020 using the link available here. Goa NEET application form 2020 can be submitted from March 26 to April 1. The authority responsible will release the merit list for Goa MBBS Admission 2020 on June 30. Also, aspirants who have appeared for their NEET exam need to upload their self-attested result till first week of July. DTE will release the final merit list for Goa MBBS admission for 2020 on July 1, which will decide if candidate has passed the eligibility criteria or not.
Available: Goa MBBS application form 2020 has been released; submit till April 1!
For Goa MBBS/BDS 2020 admissions, candidates need to fill the application form in four steps which includes personal, qualification, payment and declaration details. Based on the NEET 2020 marks submitted in the admission form, DTE will prepare the Goa NEET merit list 2020 for eligible aspirants. Based on merit rank, the counselling committee will allot around 180 MBBS and 50 BDS seats under 85% state quota seats in one medical and one dental college of the state. While, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will allot 15% of the All India Quota (AIQ) seats. Read more information on Goa MBBS admission 2020 dates, application, eligibility, merit list, counselling and other details here.
Overview of Goa MBBS Admission 2020
Name: Goa MBBS BDS Admission 2020
Exam Conducting Authority: National Testing Agency (NTA)
Counselling Conducting Authority for 85% State Quota seats: Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Bardez
Counselling Conducting Authority (All India 15% Quota seats): Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)
Goa MBBS BDS 2020 Dates
Release of Application Form
February 29, 2020
|Start receiving the application forms||March 26, 2020|
Last Date for Submission of Application Form
April 1, 2020
|Last date to submit the application forms with late fees||April 27, 2020|
Release of Merit List
June 30, 2020
|Final merit list to be published||July 1, 2020|
First round of counselling
July 2 to 3, 2020
Second round of counselling
July 24, 2020
|Third round of counselling||August 8 to 12, 2020|
|Additional round of admission for NEET courses||To be notified by authority|
Goa MBBS 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Candidates appearing for Goa MBBS/BDS 2020 need to fulfill some necessary criteria as per the authority. Candidates can find below an elaborate description about the eligibility criteria they need to keep in mind to apply for the exam.
Candidates need to pass the NEET UG 2020 to apply for the Goa MBBS admission process. Aspirants can find previous years NEET cutoff in the table mentioned below.
Applicants need to complete the age of 17 years on or before December 31 of the academic year to apply for the exam.
Applicants who have not secured less than 50% marks in the aggregate of subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology altogether belonging to the unreserved category and 40% for applicants belonging to SC, ST and OBC, while, 45% for applicants belonging to PH category for MBBS and BDS Course.
NRI category is also available for Non-resident Indians, Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) /Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) cardholders and they are eligible to apply for the exam under this category.
Applicants who are applying for the exam need to pass Class 12 in the state of Goa and must be a resident of Goa for not less than 10 years and 5 years for those whose parent/ grandparent is born in Goa or be son/daughter of Government of Goa deputationists or employees posted outside Goa and have passed the qualifying examination from CBSE, New Delhi or other State Boards.
Goa MBBS NEET cutoff category-wise
Qualifying Scores (2019)
SC/ST/OBC (Including PH of SC/ST/OBC)
Goa MBBS Application Form 2020
Goa MBBS 2020 application form is now available online for applicants to download but they need to submit the application form in the offline mode. The application forms for Goa MBBS 2020 can be submitted till second week of May. Applicants need to pay Rs. 1800/- through Demand Draft along with the Goa MBBS BDS 2020 application form. It is mandatory to fill the application form for candidates as the merit list will include the names of candidates who have successfully submitted the Goa MBBS BDS application form for 2020. These forms shall be accepted at the Directorate of Technical Education, Bardez. While submitting the applications, candidates also need to submit the following documents for verification purposes:
- Photograph on the form
- Statement of marks/certificate/provisional certificate of passing HSSC
- Certificate in support of residence (Residence/Bonafide)
- Documents for relaxation in the period of residence, if any
- Reserved category certificate
- Date of birth certificate
- School/college leaving certificate
- Eligibility certificate from Goa University (for applicants from other board)
- Income certificate (for fee concession)
- NEET 2020 admit card copy
- Aadhaar card copy
- Acknowledgement card to be affixed with photograph
- Copy of NEET result 2020
Goa MBBS Merit List 2020
The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) will release the merit list on June 30. The Goa MBBS BDS 2020 Merit List will include the names of applicants who are eligible for the further admission process. The students need to check the website accordingly as the students will not be informed about the release of Goa MBBS merit list individually. The merit list will include all the necessary details such as registration number, categories, candidate’s name, gender, Class 12 roll number and score, birth date, NEET 2020 score, qualifying scores and eligibility status of the applicant.
Essentials for Goa MBBS 2020
Candidates should keep in mind about the necessary documents they need to have while applying for Goa MBBS BDS 2020. Aspirants can find more details about the documents mentioned below.
Two passport size photographs which should be recent and not taken at least earlier than 3 months.
Birth Certificate of the applicant.
Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination or its equivalent examination.
Bonafide Student Certificate issued by a recognised school belonging to the same state.
Goa MBBS NEET 2020 Cutoff
Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Bardez is going to release the cutoff list for Goa MBBS NEET 2020 in the second week of August 2020 after the counselling process comes to an end. DTE will release the Goa MBBS 2020 cutoff for 85% of the state quota seats. Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) is responsible for releasing the remaining 15% All India Quota seats. The counselling process for 85% State Quota students for MBBS BDS 2020 is predicted to begin in the fourth week of June. The cutoff list that gets released depends on several factors like the number of seats, the number of candidates who will appear for NEET 2020 and will apply for Goa MBBS 2020.
Goa MBBS Counselling 2020
The first round of Goa MBBS 2020 counselling will be conducted on July 2 to 3, and it will be organised in offline mode. The second round is expected to be held on July 24, 2020.
Candidates are asked to carry their admission cards which they have received after the application fee payment and should be submitted along with other documents at the allotted centre for Goa MBBS 2020 admission. Candidates will get admission based on the marks they have scored in NEET 2020. Total three rounds of Goa MBBS counselling 2020 will be conducted including a mop-up round.
Goa MBBS/BDS Seat Reservation 2020
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Other Backward Castes (OBC)
Physically Handicapped (PH)
Central Service Personnel (CSP)
Goan Native (GN)
Non- Resident Indian (NRI)
Goa MBBS BDS Admission Seat Matrix 2020
College & Course
Goa Medical College, Bambolim (MBBS)
Goa Dental College, Bambolim (BDS)
All India Quota Seats
State Quota Seats
Goa MBBS BDS Fee Structure 2020
Admission Fee (one time only)
Tuition Fee (Per Semester)
Institutional Fee (including deposits)
Development Fee (Per Semester)
Goa MBBS admission 2020 full contact details:
Address: Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), DTE Building,
Alto-Porvorim, Bardez, Goa - 403 521
Contact: +91-83224 13571
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
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