Haryana MBBS Admission 2018 - The Department of Medical Education and Research (DMER), has announced the dates for the second round of counselling for Haryana MBBS 2018 admission. The admission for Haryana MBBS 2018 through the second round began with the release of merit lists for the same on August 6, 2018. The choice filling session will conclude on August 8, 2018. Earlier, DMER released the provisional seat allotment list after the first round of counselling for Haryana MBBS 2018 admission for both the state and the NRI quota.
LATEST: Haryana MBBS BDS 2018 Counselling for round two started!
DMER had released the provisional merit lists of candidates who have applied for admissions to Haryana MBBS 2018 in round one. A total of 14 merit lists for different categories have been released in online mode in PDF format. The DMER had started the process of Haryana MBBS 2018 admission on June 17, 2018. Candidates seeking admission to 85% State Quota seats of Haryana were required to fill up the application form by June 21, 2018 (11.59 PM). The merit list of the candidates, post-registration, for admissions to Haryana MBBS 2018 has now been released by the authorities on June 23, 2018.
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Counselling/choice filling for Haryana MBBS 2018 admission was open from June 24, 2018, to June 25, 2018 (11.59 PM). The mode of counselling is online and, depending on the number of seats left vacant, there may be two or more rounds of counselling for admission to Haryana MBBS 2018. A mop-up round of counselling may also be held for admission to Haryana MBBS 2018. The NEET UG 2018 score is the determining factor based on which admissions to Haryana MBBS 2018 would be granted on a merit-cum-preference basis. All the candidates applying for Haryana MBBS 2018 admissions can check here for details regarding important dates, eligibility criteria, registration form, merit list and subsequent counselling.
Haryana MBBS Admission 2018 Highlights
Name: Haryana MBBS Admission 2018
Exam: NEET UG 2018
Exam Conducting Authority: Central Board of Secondary Examination(CBSE)
Counselling Conducting Authority for 85% State Quota seats: Department of Medical Education and Research, Haryana
Counselling Authority for 15% All India Quota seats: Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)
[Candidates should note that the counselling for 85% state quota seats in Government colleges and all the seats in private colleges for MBBS admissions in India through NEET will be conducted in each state by the state’s own counselling authority]
Haryana MBBS BDS 2018 Admission Procedure
DMER Haryana had released the official admission procedure document for Haryana NEET 2018, in continuation to the initial official document released on June 15, which candidates interested in admissions to medical and dental colleges in Haryana are required to go through.
To check the admission procedure document for Haryana MBBS BDS 2018, Click Here
Haryana NEET 2018 Advertisement released on June 17, 2018
Important Dates for Haryana MBBS Admission 2018
Online registration form release date
June 17, 2018
Last date for submission of registration form for state/NRI candidates
June 21, 2018 (11.59 PM)
State Merit List
June 23, 2018 (Released)
First Round of Counselling/Online Choice filling
June 24 (09.00 AM) – June 25, 2018 (11.59 PM)
Result of seat allotment for the first round
June 28, 2018
July 3, 2018 (MBBS)
July 4, 2018 (BDS)
Round 2 (for all candidates including NRIs)
State merit lists
August 6, 2018
Counselling/Online Choice filling
August 7 - August 8, 2018
Result of allotment
August 11, 2018
August 12, 2018 (MBBS course)
August 13, 2018 (BDS course)
Last date to deposit fees
August 17, 2018
Last date of joining the Institution
August 18, 2018
August 12 - August 15, 2018
Display of merit list
August 18, 2018
Mopup Round of Counselling (including document verification)
August 21, 2018 (MBBS course)
August 22, 2018 (BDS course)
Last date to deposit fees
August 25, 2018
Last date of joining the allotted college
August 26, 2018
Forwarding the list of students to the medical and dental colleges
August 27, 2018
Last date of joining
August 31, 2018
For NRI/OCI/PIO candidates (First Round)
Online application form release date
June 20, 2018
Last date to fill up the online application form
July 5, 2018
Display of state merit list
July 7, 2018
First Round of counselling/online choice filling
July 8, 2018 (09.00 AM) – July 9, 2018 (11.59 PM)
July 12, 2018 (10.00 AM onwards)
Last date of joining the allotted college
July 17, 2018
Haryana MBBS 2018 Eligibility Criteria
The candidate must be a citizen of India. NRI, PIO and OCI candidates are also eligible.
The candidate should be a bonafide resident of Haryana.
The age of the candidate as on December 31, 2018, should be 17 years or more.
The candidates must not be more than 25 years of age as on May 7, 2018
The candidate willing to pursue the course must be medically fit.
The candidate must have qualified the Class 12 or equivalent examination from a recognized institution with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology with English as compulsory subjects. NRI candidates should produce marks/equivalency certificates indicating percentage from the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi.
The candidate must have passed in the above-mentioned subjects individually and obtained a minimum of 50% marks aggregate (for unreserved category) in them in the qualifying examination. Candidates belonging to reserved and are required to obtain an aggregate of 40% in the given subjects, while the Physically Handicapped (PH) (Unreserved) candidates would have to obtain an aggregate of 45% in the same.
The candidates are required to obtain the minimum percentile in the NEET UG 2018.
Minimum Percentile Required
Minimum Percentile Required
Minimum Marks Required
ST/SC/OBC (Including PH of ST/SC/OBC)
The mode of application form for Haryana MBBS 2018 is online. Haryana MBBS application form 2018 for the mop-up round will be available from August 12 to August 15, 2018. The process of registration of candidates and filling up of online application form for round one started on June 17, 2018. The last date for filling up the online Haryana MBBS application form 2018 was June 21. The release date for Haryana MBBS 2018 application form for the NRI/OCI/PIO candidates was June 20 and the last date was July 5, 2018. Candidates were required submit correct details and preferences in the application form as the Haryana state merit list 2018 was prepared based on this and the scores of candidates in NEET UG 2018. The process of online registration of Haryana MBBS 2018 was considered complete only upon the payment of the requisite fee. The amount of application fee for Haryana 2018 MBBS is Rs. 4000/- for unreserved, Rs. 1000/- for reserved and Rs. 10,000/- for NRI candidates.
DMER has released the merit list for the second round of Haryana MBBS 2018 admission on August 6, 2018. Haryana MBBS 2018 merit lists based on the NEET UG exam scores as provided by CBSE had earlier been published on the official website of Haryana MBBS 2018 admission for round one on June 23 while that of NRI/OCI/PIO candidates was published on July 7, 2018. The names of only those candidates who have completed the process of online registration are in the merit list of Haryana MBBS 2018. The merit list also includes candidates’ roll numbers, NEET scores, state rank etc. The candidates whose names had appeared in the different lists that had been released were eligible to attend counselling for admission to Haryana MBBS 2018. Also, candidates who have failed to register earlier can participate in the mop up counselling round of Haryana 2018 MBBS by registering afresh.
Notice issued by DMER, Haryana on June 27, 2018
Haryana MBBS BDS Seat Matrix 2018
Government Medical and Dental Colleges
Name of College
Post Graduate Institute of Dental Sciences, Rohtak
Private Medical and Dental Colleges
Name of College
Haryana MBBS BDS 2018 Seat Reservation
The seats for Haryana MBBS BDS 2018 have been divided into All India Quota, Nominal Seats, NRI quota, Wards of Insured Persons Quota, and State Quota for the Government Medical and Dental colleges. 15% of the total seats in each Government college have been reserved for the All India Quota. One seat for a candidate nominated by the Government of India has been reserved in both the government medical and dental colleges. For the NRI candidates, 18 seats in MBBS and 2 seats in BDS have been reserved. The medical colleges also have a special quota for the Wards of Insured Persons (IP) Quota (in ESIC Medical College, Faridabad). The rest of the seats are for the State Quota. In the Private medical and dental colleges, seats have been broadly divided into Management Quota (including NRI) and State Quota.
Seats in the state quota have been further segregated as per constitutional reservation. 20% of the State Quota seats for Scheduled Castes (SC), 16% for Backward Class Block A - BC (A), Non Creamy Layer (NCL), 11% for Backward Class Block B - BC(B) Non Creamy Layer (NCL) and 5% for the Unreserved Physically handicapped candidates have been reserved. There is a horizontal reservation (within each category) of 1% for candidates who are dependants of freedom fighters in all the government colleges except for Kalpana Chawla Govt. Medical College and ESIC, Faridabad.
The second round of Haryana MBBS 2018 counselling which includes choice filling by the candidates is being held from August 7 to August 8, 2018. The dates for the mop-up round of Haryana MBBS counselling 2018 have also been released. The counselling for Haryana 2018 MBBS for round one was held in the online mode from June 24 (9.00 AM) to June 25, 2018 (11.59 PM). For the NRI/OCI/PIO candidates, the Haryana MBBS BDS counselling 2018 for round one was held from July 8 (9.00 AM) to July 9, 2018 (11.59 PM). Candidates who had registered themselves online and whose names have appeared in the Haryana MBBS 2018 state merit list were eligible to attend the counselling process. Counselling for 2018 Haryana MBBS will take place in two rounds followed by a round of mop up counselling. Candidates attending the counselling are required to carry a copy of the online application which needs to be signed and submitted at the time of counselling.
Required Documents for Haryana MBBS BDS Counselling 2018
NEET Admit Card
Class 10 and Class 12 Certificate and Mark sheets
Equivalency certificate issued by Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi for students applying under the NRI Quota.
Date of Birth Certificate
Character Certificate from the institution last attended
Haryana Resident Certificate if applicable
Copy of Aadhaar Card
Scheduled Caste Certificate/Backward Class Certificate from competent authority if applicable
Certificate in respect of Persons with Disabilities if applicable
Certificate required to be furnished by the Children & Grand-children of Freedom Fighters from competent authority if applicable
Certificate from ESM if applicable
For students applying under the NRI Quota, Proof of NRI Status in form of Passport, OCI/ PIO/ letter from Ministry of External Affairs/ Embassy and Bank Account detail etc.
Original Receipt of Registration & Counseling Fee.
4 passport sized photographs
2 sets of self-attested photocopies of all applicable document/ testimonials/ certificates
Note: Students applying under the NRI Quota will have to produce authenticated translations of the certificates in English/Hindi if the original certificates are in any other language.
Haryana MBBS BDS 2018 Seat Allotment
The list of candidates who have been allotted seats in various MBBS BDS colleges was released on the official website of Haryana MBBS 2018 on July 1, 2018, while for those applying under the NRI/OCI/PIO category was released on July 10. Candidates are required to report to the allotted institute within the stipulated time along with the all the original documents. The admission committee of Haryana MBBS 2018 Admissions verifies the documents and allot seats to the candidates according to their NEET UG exam scores and their preferences.
To view the seat allotment result for the first round - Click here
The official notification released by Department of Medical Education and Research, Haryana has been provided below.
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