Government MBBS seats through NEET 2019
Amita Jain, 25 Apr 2019, #NEET
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Government MBBS seats through NEET 2019 – Given the high fee of MBBS education in private colleges, candidates and parents are often asking about the total government MBBS seats through NEET 2019 available to them. Careers360 brings ‘Government MBBS seats through NEET 2019’ giving complete data of the total MBBS seats available through NEET 2019 in government medical colleges throughout India. The data on MBBS seats in government medical colleges through NEET 2019 has been compiled on the basis of latest data provided by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) in the Lok Sabha and previous year MBBS admissions in government medical colleges done through NEET. Candidates who appeared for NEET 2019 on May 5 and May 20, 2019, can find the complete state-wise list of government MBBS seats through NEET 2019 available in the country.

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The health ministry in consultation with Board of Governors (BoG) in supersession of Medical Council of India (MCI) has notified the 10% reservation for Economically Weaker Section (EWS) in all government colleges granting MBBS admissions through NEET. The reservation will be implemented from the academic year 2019-20. With the 10% reservation, it is expected for a hike of 1000 MBBS seats, which will lead in reducing the comptetion for general category candidates. However, the exact number of increased government MBBS seats through NEET 2019 will be announced later.

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As per the data of government MBBS seats through NEET 2019, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra are the states which have the maximum number of MBBS seats in their government medical colleges. NTA has released the NEET result 2019 rank list on June 5 for the qualified candidates. It will allow them to know whether they are eligible for getting MBBS admission or not, and NEET counselling process of All India Quota (AIQ) will begin tentatively from the second week of June 2019 onwards. Check below the total number of government colleges and government MBBS seats through NEET 2019 in every state of India.

Total Government MBBS Seats through NEET 2019

State/UT

MBBS

Total Colleges#

Total Seats*

Andaman & Nicobar

1

100

Andhra Pradesh

12

1,900

Assam

6

726

Bihar

9

950

Chandigarh

1

100

Chattisgarh

6

650

Daman & Diu

0

0

Delhi

6

900

Goa

1

150

Gujarat

17

2,830

Haryana

5

600

Himachal Pradesh

5

500

Jammu & Kashmir

3

400

Jharkhand

3

350

Karnataka

18

2,650

Kerala

9

1,350

Madhya Pradesh

6

800

Maharashtra

22

3,050

Manipur

2

200

Meghalaya

1

50

Orissa

5

850

Pondicherry

1

150

Punjab

3

500

Rajasthan

8

1,450

Sikkim

0

0

Tamil Nadu

25

3,250

Telangana

7

1,100

Tripura

2

200

Uttar Pradesh

15

2,199

Uttarakhand

3

350

West Bengal

14

2,150

Total

216

30,455

*Latest data given by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in Lok Sabha on March 23, 2018, in a reply to an unstarred question number 4650.

#The list of colleges given above is taken from MCI official website and 2017-18 data. It is subject to change (additions or deletion of colleges/institutes) by relevant authorities.

Based on previous year data (NEET 2018)

MBBS seats in government medical colleges are divided into two parts- AIQ and State Quota. All the candidates who will qualify NEET 2019 will be eligible for admission to AIQ MBBS seats, while candidates will be able to take admission to state quota seats only when they fulfil state eligibility requirements which majorly includes the domicile criteria. The division of the total number of government MBBS seats through NEET, into AIQ and State Quota is given in the table below. Also given is the data for government MBBS seats available in Central Universities (DU, BHU, AMU), for which the respective Univerisity rules will be applicable for admission.

Government MBBS Seats through NEET (For AIQ)

State/UT

MBBS

Total Colleges

Total Seats

Andaman & Nicobar

1

15

Andhra Pradesh

12

285

Assam

6

108

Bihar

9

142

Chandigarh

1

15

Chattisgarh

5

81

Daman & Diu

(Not applicable)

(Not applicable)

Delhi

6

135

Goa

1

22

Gujarat

6

161

Haryana

5

88

Himachal Pradesh

5

75

Jammu & Kashmir

Doesn’t participate

Doesn’t participate

Jharkhand

3

45

Karnataka

18

412

Kerala

9

194

Madhya Pradesh

6

122

Maharashtra

15

443

Manipur

2

30

Meghalaya

1

8

Orissa

5

126

Pondicherry

1

22

Punjab

3

75

Rajasthan

8

220

Sikkim

(Not applicable)

(Not applicable)

Tamil Nadu,

24

471

Telangana

7

165

Tripura

1

15

Uttar Pradesh

15

288

Uttarakhand

3

52

West Bengal

14

314

Total

192

4,129

Government MBBS Seats through NEET (State Quota)

State/UT

MBBS

Total Colleges

Total Seats

Andaman & Nicobar

1

85

Andhra Pradesh

12

1,615

Assam

6

612

Bihar

9

805

Chandigarh

1

85

Chattisgarh

5

459

Daman & Diu

(Not applicable)

(Not applicable)

Delhi

3

341

Goa

1

128

Gujarat

6

912

Haryana

5

498

Himachal Pradesh

5

425

Jammu & Kashmir

3

400

Jharkhand

3

255

Karnataka

18

2,336

Kerala

9

1,099

Madhya Pradesh

6

691

Maharashtra

15

2,511

Manipur

2

170

Meghalaya

1

45

Orissa

5

714

Pondicherry

1

124

Punjab

3

425

Rajasthan

8

1,247

Sikkim

(Not applicable)

(Not applicable)

Tamil Nadu

24

2,670

Telangana

7

935

Tripura

1

85

Uttar Pradesh

15

1,632

Uttarakhand

3

294

West Bengal

14

1,780

Total

192

23,378

Government MBBS Seats through NEET 2019 (In Central Universities)

State/UT

MBBS

Total Colleges

Total Seats

Uttar Pradesh

(BHU & AMU)

2

234

Delhi
(DU)
3490

Total

2

724

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