Haryana MBBS Admission 2019: Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) has declared the result of first round of Haryana MBBS counselling 2019 on July 14. A link to check the seat allotment list has been provided below. The authority had begun the choice filling and document verification for Haryana MBBS 2019 admission. Eligible candidates were required to fill their web options from June 30 to July 7, 2019. The authority had released the application form for Haryana MBBS admission 2019 on June 22. The eligible candidates will be able to fill the application form till June 27, 2019. The authority had also released a list of institutions which will participate in the Haryana MBBS admission process in the coming academic year. Candidates can check the list of colleges through the link provided in the article below. Only the candidates who will fulfil the eligibility criteria set by the state counselling authority will be considered for Haryana MBBS 2019 admission. Based on the scores obtained in NEET UG exam, the admission to 581 MBBS and 368 BDS seats offered by medical and dental colleges of the Haryana under 85% state quota seats. While the admission to remaining 15% seats from all government MBBS and BDS colleges will be reserved for candidates selected under All India Quota seats (AIQ) based on NEET 2019 scores.
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LATEST: First seat allotment list of Haryana MBBS 2019 counselling has been released!
The application form of Haryana MBBS/BDS 2019 will be available from the second week of June. Only the eligible aspirants will be allowed for online registrations. The last date to fill the application form will be third week of June 2019. During online registrations, aspirants will be required to enter their personal, academic and NEET UG 2019 scores as well as rank. Also, they have to enter their preferences of colleges and courses for which they wish to get admission into. Using the NEET UG scores, the aspirants will release the state merit list. Based on the choices filled, state merit rank and seats available, the admission to Haryana MBBS/BDS 2019 will be granted. For more information on Haryana MBBS admission 2019, dates, application form, eligibility, merit list and counselling, read the article below.
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Haryana MBBS admission
Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Haryana
Admission on the basis of
NEET UG scores
Examination conducting authority
National Testing Agency (NTA)
Tentative 85% state quota seats
581 MBBS and 368 BDS
The criteria for admission to government and private medical as well as dental colleges have been listed in the table below.
Haryana MBBS/BDS admission criteria
Haryana MBBS seat distribution
For 15% All India Quota seats
MCC will conduct online counselling on the basis of NEET UG scores to all government medical colleges
For 85% State Quota seats
Centralized counselling will be conducted by DMER based on state merit rank derived from NTA NEET scores
For private MBBS and BDS colleges
DMER, Haryana will organise online counselling based on NEET 2019 scores
For deemed and central universities
DGHS on behalf of MCC will conduct seat allotment process using scores obtained in NEET MBBS exam
Candidates seeking Haryana MBBS/BDS admission 2019 must keep a track on the dates of crucial events. Check the Haryana MBBS important dates from the table below.
Haryana MBBS dates
NEET UG exam
May 5, 2019
Declaration of result
June 5, 2019
Release of online application form
June 22, 2019
Last date for registrations
June 27, 2019
Publication of state merit list
July 9, 2019 (RELEASED)
Round one of counselling and choice filling
June 30 to July 10, 2019 (up to 2:00 PM)
Seat allotment result released
July 14, 2019 (RELEASED)
Last date of reporting to the allotted college
July 17, 2019
Round 2 (for all candidates including NRIs)
State merit list
First week of August 2019*
Counselling and choice filling
Result of seat allotment
Second week of August 2019*
Last date to deposit fees
Third week of August 2019*
Last date to join allotted institute
Display of merit list
Mop-up round of counselling
Last week of August 2019*
Last date to submit the fees
Last date of joining the allotted college
Forwarding the list of students to the medical and dental colleges
First week of September 2019*
*dates are tentative
DMER, Haryana is organising Haryana MBBS/BDS 2019 counselling in online mode. The authority has released the seat allotment list after the conclusion of the first round of Haryana MBBS counselling A link to check the seat allotment list of Haryana MBBS counselling has been provided above. Eligible candidates were required to give web option from June 30 to July 10, 2019. Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria had to fill the preferences of colleges as well as courses while filling the Haryana MBBS application form for allotment of seats in each round. According to the state merit rank, preferences filled and seats available, the Haryana MBBS admission 2019 will be granted. The authority will conduct three rounds of counselling including mop-up round.
After the completion of first round, the authority will conduct the second round of counselling for Haryana MBBS admission 2019 to fill the vacant seats left. The round two counselling process will begin from first week of August 2019. During the second round of counselling, candidates have to fill their choices of courses as well as colleges. Once the admission to Haryana MBBS/BDS 2019 will be granted, students must report at the allotted institute/college for document verification and completion of admission procedure.
In case, after the first and second round of counselling, if there will be seats will be left vacant, the authority will organise the mop-up round of Haryana MBBS counselling 2019. Candidates who will not be allotted seats in the first and second round of counselling will be eligible to register for Haryana MBBS mop-up round counselling.
DMER, Haryana has published the provisional merit list of Haryana MBBS merit list on July 9. A link to check the merit list has been provided above on this page. The authority had released the registered candidates' list on June 29, 2019. The authority has released the Haryana MBBS 2019 merit list for the aspirants whose application forms were submitted within the specified date and time. The authority will release two separate merit list of Haryana MBBS & BDS 2019 for each round of counselling for candidates who qualify the exam by securing NEET cut off 2019. The state rank list will display the name of students, NEET roll number, category, NEET scores and state merit rank.
Haryana MBBS merit list for the second and mop-up round will be published in the first week of August 2019 and third week of August, respectively. Aspirants who will be included in the merit list will be eligible to appear for counselling procedure. Based on the Haryana MBBS state merit rank, aspirants will be granted admission to Haryana MBBS/BDS 2019.
The candidates are required to attend document verification based on the schedule provided below. Candidates are required to attend document verification from July 1 to July 7, 2019.
All the documents mentioned below must be produced in original along with two sets of self-attested photocopies.
NEET admit card 2019
Matriculation/High School Certificate (Class 10)
NEET result copy
Class 12/Intermediate/Senior Secondary School examination certificate and detailed marks sheet
Character certificate issued by the school/institute last attended
Resident certificate (if applicable)
Certificate of bonafide resident issued by the competent authority (if applicable)
Caste certificate issued by the authority, if applicable
Benchmark disability certificate issued by the Medical Board of PGIMS, Rohtak
Certificate of dependants of freedom fighters
Certificate of ESM issued by the authority
Income certificate (for SC/BC category candidates)
Printout of online application form
Provisional allotment letter
ID proof - Aadhaar card/PAN card/Driving License/Passport/Voter ID/Ration card or any other government proof
Four passport size photographs used in the NEET application form 2019
It is mandatory for aspirants to read the eligibility conditions before filling the application form to check whether they are eligible or not. Check the basic Haryana MBBS/BDS 2019 eligibility criteria below.
Haryana MBBS 2019 Eligibility Criteria
A candidate must a citizen of India. NRI, OCI and PIO aspirants will also be eligible for Haryana MBBS admission 2019.
Students must be a bonafide resident of Haryana.
The age of an aspirant should be 17 years as on December 31, 2019
Upper age limit
Candidates should not exceed more than 25 years of age as on May 5, 2019.
Aspirants should have passed Class 12 or equivalent examination from a recognised institution with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as core subjects.
It is necessary for students to pass individually in the above-mentioned subjects and general category must obtain 50% in aggregate. Aspirants from reserved category must obtain 40% in total in all subjects and for PWD category, it is 45%.
For admission to MBBS and BDS admission, candidates must pass the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).
NEET cut off
To qualify in NEET 2019, it is mandatory to secure the minimum qualifying percentile. For general category aspirants, the qualifying percentile is 50, while those for SC/ST/OBC and PWD aspirants, it is 40 and 45, respectively.
DMER, has released the application form 2019 on June 22. The mode of filling the application form is online only. Only the eligible students will be allowed to register for Haryana MBBS 2019 admission. The last date to fill the application form is June 26, 2019.
While filling the application form, candidates have to enter personal, create a security pin, address and contact details, category, academic, NEET UG 2019 details. Also, the passport size photograph, signature and other relevant documents must be uploaded in the application form as per the specifications. Once the application form is filled, aspirants must verify the details provided and then, pay the application fee.
Haryana MBBS/BDS application fee 2019 for general category candidates will be Rs. 4000, while for reserved and PH categories, it will be Rs. 1000. The prescribed registration fee can be paid in online mode through credit/debit cards or net banking only.
Documents to be uploaded for Haryana MBBS application form
The below is the list of documents which needs to be uploaded in the application form:
Matriculation/High school certificate
Class 12/Intermediate/Senior Secondary school examination certificate/detailed mark sheet
NEET UG result 2019
Candidates must take at least 2-3 printouts of submitted application form for future references.
Candidates can go through the list of medical and dental colleges and total number seats offered for MBBS and BDS admissions.
Government Medical Colleges
Name of College
Pt. B.D. Sharma Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak
BPS Government Medical College for Women, Khanpur Kalan (Sonepat)
Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati Govt. Medical College, Nalhar (Mewat)
Kalpana Chawla Govt. Medical College, Karnal
Maharaja Agrasen Medical College, Agroha, Hisar
Employees State Insurance Corporation Medical college, Faridabad
Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary Medical College, Gurgaon
Private Medical College
Government Dental College
Private Dental Colleges
The seats in Haryana MBBS/BDS admission 2019 will be reserved for All India Quota, Nominal seats, NRI quota, Wards of Insured person quota and state quota for the government medical and dental colleges.
As mentioned above, the 15% seats from all government MBBS and BDS colleges will be reserved for candidates selected under All India Quota scheme.
One seat for a candidate nominated by the Government of India will be reserved in both government medical as well as dental college.
For the NRI candidates, 18 seats in MBBS and 2 seats in BDS colleges will be reserved.
The 85% state quota seats will be divided as per the constitutional reservation under which 20% will be for SC candidates, 16% will be reserved for BC Block A and Non-Creamy Layer, 11% for BC Block B Non-Creamy Layer (NCL) and 5% is for unreserved physically handicapped candidates.
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