Haryana Medical 2015 Seats and Reservation
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Haryana Medical 2015 Seats and Reservation- Haryana, one of the participating states in AIPMT 2015 has announced the MBBS and BDS seat matrix of Medical and Dental Colleges of Haryana. The allotment of 85% State Quota Seats and 15% All India Quota seats will be done on the basis of AIPMT 2015. The merit list for both All India Quota and State Quota seats will be released separately.

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Haryana Medical 2015 Counselling
will be conducted for admissions to 450 MBBS seats in 4 Govt. Medical Colleges and 60 BDS seats in 1 Dental College of Haryana. Candidates will be given admissions to these MBBS and BDS seats strictly on the basis of All India and State wise Merit list of AIPMT 2015.

The state quota seats in Haryana Medical 2015 Medical admissions will be calculated after calculating 15% All India Quota seats and NRI seats (if any). Distribution and reservation of MBBS seats will be college wise and course wise. Seats for residents of Haryana will be reserved separately for admission to various Government/Government Aided Colleges/Institutes located in Haryana.

Candidates can check below for the number of MBBS seats in different medical colleges of Haryana: 

Haryana Medical Colleges

Haryana Medical 2015 Seats

PT.B.D.Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak

200 (including 15% seats through AIPMT, 1 for nominee of Government of India & NRI seats if sanctioned by the State Government)

BPS Government Medical College For Women, Khanpur Kalan (Sonepat)

100 exclusively for female candidates (including 15% seats through AIPMT, 1 for nominee of Government of India & NRI seats if sanctioned by the State Government)

Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati Govt. Medical College, Nalhar (Mewat)

100 (including 15% seats through AIPMT and NRI seats if sanctioned by the

State Government)

Maharaja Agrasen Medical College, Agroha (Hisar)

50 (including NRI seats if sanctioned by the State Government)

Percentage of Medicals Seats Reserved for Haryana State Quota Category:

Haryana State Category

Percentage of Seats Reserved

General Category


Scheduled Castes


Backward Class 

Block- 'A'(excluding creamy layer)



Block- 'B'(excluding creamy layer)



Special Backward Classes (SBC) (excluding creamy layer)



Vertical reservation within General caste category for Economically

Backward Persons)(EBP)




Physically Handicapped Locomotor disability or

cerebral palsy (PHL)


Candidates will be called for Haryana Medical 2015 counselling according to their rank in merit list. The first round of Haryana Medical 2015 counselling is scheduled to be conducted in the month of September for allotment of MBBS and BDS seats in Medical and Dental College of Haryana.

Haryana Medical Admission 2015 Merit List will be released for the candidates who will score the qualifying marks. The qualifying marks for the reserved category candidates is a  minimum of 50% in AIPMT 2015 along with the qualifying higher secondary (+2) examination marks of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.  While for the reserved SC/ST/OBC category candidates, a minimum of 40% marks in AIPMT 2015 is required. In case of Inter-Se-Merit, as per which, when two or more students score equal marks, selection of candidate is done on the basis of their age. A candidate who is older is considered as senior in the merit.


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