Haryana MBBS Counselling 2019
Manashjyoti, 09 Sep 2019, #NEET
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Haryana MBBS Counselling 2019 - Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Haryana, is conducting the mop-up round of Haryana BDS 2019 counselling. Eligible candidates can register for Haryana BDS counselling from September 6 to September 9. Document verification for the mop round will be conducted on September 11. The authority has published the vacant seats for the same. Fresh registration for the stray round of Haryana BDS counselling will begin from September 11 to 12. Candidates who have been allotted seat in the Haryana MBBS 2019 mop-up seat allotment will be required to report at the designated from September 5 to September 12. After the conclusion of the mop-up round, a stray round of Haryana BDS counselling will be conducted from September 5 to 12. Last date to join the college will be on September 15. Candidates can check all the dates pertaining to mop-up round Haryana BDS 2019 counselling in the article below. The authority has issued the seat allotement letter for the candidates who have been allotted seat in round 2 of Haryana MBBS counselling on August 7. The authority had published the seat allotment list of Haryana MBBS 2019 counselling after the conclusion of the second round on August 3. Candidates can check the list in the article below. The authority had begun choice filling for the second round of Haryana MBBS 2019 counselling on July 23, 2019. The registrations for round two of Haryana MBBS counselling was open from July 19 July 22, 2019. The authority had released the seat allotment after the conclusion of the first round of Haryana MBBS 2019 counselling. The admission letter for round one of Haryana MBBS counselling has been issued on July 17, 2019. A link to check the seat allotment letter has been provided below. Candidates who have been allotted seat were required to report at the designated college on or before July 20, 2019. The seat allotment of Haryana MBBS 2019 is based on both the state merit rank of the candidate and also filled choices. The authority is conducting centralized counselling of Haryana MBBS 2019 first in online mode, comprising two round, and then in manual mode (mop-up round). Note that registration was open to NEET qualified candidates only till June 27, 2019. Any candidate who could not complete the online registration or failed to make the payment due to any reason may appear before the admission committee at PGIMS, Rohtak as per document verification schedule is given on this page below. If the candidate is found to be eligible the candidate can further participate in the counselling after registration conducted at the time of document verification.

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LATEST: To register for the mop-up round of Haryana BDS counselling, click here
To check the seat vacancy for the second mop-up round Haryana BDS counselling, click here
To check the vacant seats left after the second round of Haryana MBBS, click here
To check the Seat allotment letter for Haryana MBBS counselling (round 2), click here
The state merit lists of Haryana MBBS 2019 was published on July 9, 2019. It includes the names of only those candidates who successfully get registered. Registered candidates have to next participate in the choice filling. The list of registered candidates has been released on June 29. A link to check the list has been provided in the article below. Haryana MBBS counselling 2019 is being conducted for filling 85% state quota seats in government and government-aided colleges; counselling for remaining 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats is conducted by DGHS on behalf of MCC. Additionally, all available seats in private medical and dental colleges will be also be filled through Haryana MBBS 2019 counselling.

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Haryana MBBS Counselling Schedule (REVISED)


Tentative Dates

Round 1

Start of online registration

June 22, 2019

Last date to register

June 26, 2019

List of candidates registeredJune 29, 2019
Document VerificationJuly 2 to July 7, 2019
Document Verification for NRI and PWDJuly 5, 2019

Publication of state merit list

July 9, 2019

Choice filling

June 30 to July 10, 2019

Seat allotment

July 14, 2019

Seat allotment letterJuly 17, 2019

Last date of joining the allotted college

July 20, 2019

Round 2 (for all candidates including NRIs)

Fresh RegistrationJuly 19 to July 22, 2019
Willingness to participate in round 2July 20 to July 26, 2019

Document verification

July 24 to July 26, 2019

Last date to deposit fees

July 23 to July 31, 2019

Choice filling

July 23 to July 31, 2019

Publication of state merit list

July 30, 2019

Provisional seat allotment

August 2, 2019

Final seat allotmentAugust 3, 2019 (RELEASED)

Last date to join allotted institute

August 8, 2019

Mop-up round

Online registration

August 4 to August 8, 2019

Document verification and Physical counsellingAugust 10, 2019
Mop-up counselling at director's office, PGIMS, RohtakAugust 13, 2019 (9:00 AM)
Last date to deposit original documentsAugust 14, 2019
Last date to report at the allotted collegeAugust 14, 2019

Fresh registration for stray vacancy

August 11 to August 16, 2019

Forwarding the list of allotted students to medical and dental colleges

August 15, 2019

Last date to join the allotted college

August 18, 2019
Mop up round (BDS) (REVISED)
Choice fillingSeptember 6 to 9, 2019
Document verificationSeptember 11, 2019
Last date of joiningSeptember 11 up to 5:00 PM
Fresh registration for Stray vacancySeptember 11 to 12, 2019
Forwarding of list of students to dental collegesSeptember 13, 2019
Last date of JoiningSeptember 15, 2019

To check the stray vacancy for Haryana MBBS counselling, click here
To check the document verification schedule based on ranks, click here
To check the visual guide to pay the participation fee, click here

Haryana MBBS Seat Allotment 2019

Seat allotment roundSeat allotment list
Round 1Click here
Round 2Click here
Mop-up roundTo be released

Haryana MBBS 2019 Counselling - Document Checklist

  • Mark sheets and pass certificates of Class 10 and 12,

  • Equivalency certificate issued by Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi by NRI Quota candidates.

  • Birth certificate

  • Character certificate

  • Resident certificate, if applicable

  • Aadhaar Card

  • Category certificate, if applicable

  • NEET 2019 scorecard

  • NEET 2019 Admit card

  • Receipt of registration and counselling fee

Haryana MBBS 2019 Counselling Procedure

  • The first two rounds of Haryana MBBS 2019 counselling will be conducted in online mode. Thereafter a manual mop-up round will be conducted for filling vacant seats

  • The counselling process is open to only those candidates who have qualified NEET 2019.

  • NEET 2019 qualified candidates were required to fill application cum registration form of Haryana MBBS 2019. Candidates had to register only once for participation in the first two rounds, at the start of counselling. However, for the mop-up round, fresh registrations will be invited.

Haryana MBBS 2019 application cum counselling fee


Application-cum-counselling fee


Rs. 4,000

SC/BC candidates from Haryana

Rs. 1,000

NRI candidates

Rs. 10,000

  • Based on applications received by it, DMER Haryana will publish a state merit list for each of the counselling rounds. The merit lists will be category-specific and released separately for (1) government and government-aided medical and dental colleges, and (2) private medical and dental colleges.

  • Merit list candidates will have to participate in the choice filling.

  • Haryana MBBS 2019 seat allotment will be based on both merit rank of the candidate and also choices filled for admission.

  • The seat allotment of Haryana MBBS 2019 will be published online for each counselling round in downloadable PDF format.

  • Candidates who are allotted seats will be issued seat allotment letters, which can be accessed by logging into one’s applicant account. The candidate will have to download and take a printout of allotment letter. The seat allotment result will also be published on the

  • The candidate has to next get their documents verified in person and deposit the prescribed fee. At the time of document verification, the candidate needs to bring along originals of all relevant documents

  • Finally, the candidate has to report at the allotted institute within the given deadline.

  • If there are vacant state quota seats in private colleges after two rounds of online counselling, such seats will be converted to Management Quota seats.

Haryana MBBS Seat Allotment 2018


Provisional Seat Allotment


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The college-wise seat allotment result (2018)



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Government Dental College (BDS course)

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Private Dental College (BDS course)

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Haryana MBBS BDS Participating Institutes 2019

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