How to get admission in MBBS in Government College - Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery as commonly known as MBBS is
a dream for every candidate who wishes to make his/her career in the field of medicine. This dream comes true only when candidates qualify the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) with the minimum qualifying percentile. From the year 2020, AIIMS and JIPMER have also been merged with NEET making it the sole source of admission to government medical colleges. NEET 2020 is scheduled to be held on May 3, 2020 and results for the same will be announced on June 4. Registrations for NEET started on December 2, 2019 and the last date to register is December 31, 2019.LATEST: Last date to fill NEET application form 2020 is December 31, 2019!
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The process of admission in MBBS in government medical college involves a centralised counselling process which is conducted by the Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). DGHS will start fresh tegistrations for admission in government college for MBBS in the second week of June 2020. To be eligible for the same candidates will have to secure NEET cutoff as set by the authority for each category. The scores obtained by candidates in the national level medical entrance examination will be used for admission to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) and 85% State Quota MBBS seats in a government college. 15% of the total intake of seats from every government college will be reserved for AIQ quota. Wheras, remaining seats will be available for admission of candidates who fulfil the required eligibility criteria for 85% state quota seats
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The first step to get admission in MBBS in government medical college is to appear for single undergraduate level medical entrance exam, NEET 2020. For this, candidates had to fill NEET application form 2020 which was available from December 2 to December 31, 2019, in online mode. The examination is slated to be held on May 3, 2020 in pen paper based mode. A significant change this year is that AIIMS and JIPMER have been merger with NEET. The exam will contain 180 multiple choice questions from Chemistry, Physics and Biology. National Testing Agency (NTA) will declare NEET result 2020 on June 4, and candidates who secure the category-wise minimum qualifying percentile will be eligible for admission to MBBS in medical colleges in India.
Those medical aspirants who clear NEET 2020 and get shortlisted under 15% AIQ, will have to register themselves for the process of counselling. The schedule for NEET 2020 counselling the same will be released by MCC on its official website. Link for the same will be provided above. As per the directives of the Supreme Court of India, the allotment of seats for NEET 15% AIQ seats will be done in two rounds only.
In order to get admission is MBBS in government college under 15% AIQ scheme, eligible medical aspirants will be able to register themselves for seat allotment process after they download NEET rank letter. Candidates will have to enter the below-mentioned details for registration:
In order to make a fresh registration candidates will have to visit the official website of mcc.nic.in
Then, they have to click on the ‘New Registration’ tab and enter the following details to register:
Date of birth
Security pin as displayed on the screen
Having completed the new registration process, candidates will receive a mail on their registered email ID which mentions successful registration and password
Using the login credentials received, candidates will have to login and enter NEET UG details such as All India Rank, marks obtained, category, category rank and other asked details
The next step is to make application fee payment using the available options
Medical aspirants must first complete the registration process and then fill and lock their choices of colleges and courses. Following which on the basis of NEET All India Rank (AIR), preferences of colleges as well as courses submitted, seat availability, reservation criteria and other factors, the admission in MBBS in government college will be granted.
Once the authorities release the seat allotment list, selected candidates will have to either accept the college or choose to appear in the subsequent rounds of counselling. Medical aspirants who choose to accept the allotted college will have to report to the institute for document verification and completion of other admission processes. After concluding the first round of counselling the authorities will conduct the second round for remaining seats.
Candidates must note that once the authorities complete first and second round of counselling DHGS on behalf of MCC will transfer the remaining vacant/surrendered seats to the respective state counselling authorities for admission of MBBS courses to government colleges under 85% state quota seats.
Aforementioned, apart from 15% AIQ seats, the remaining 85% seats are covered under the state quota seats in all government medical colleges. MBBS admission to government colleges of every state is granted to the candidate who is a domicile of the particular state. For admission in a government medical college, an aspirant need to fulfill the basic eligibility criteria which are equalised among all states. Besides the below-mentioned standardised eligibility conditions, aspirants have to fulfill the domicile, qualification requirements as stated by the state counselling committee.
Age limit - Medical aspirant must be of 17 years and should not exceed 25 years.
Qualifying examination - Aspirants must qualify their Class 12 or equivalent examination by securing the minimum qualifying percentile in Physics Chemistry and Biology
Domicile - Candidates must fulfill the domicile requirements as set by the respective state admission authorities for admission
Minimum qualifying percentile - Medical aspirants must secure the category-wise prescribed cut off in NEET 2020
Minimum qualifying percentile
Candidates seeking admission to MBBS course in government medical college must firstly qualify NEET 2020, and then fill the respective state counselling registration forms. The state authorities generally conduct three rounds of counselling which includes mop-up round for vacant seats. Eligible medical aspirants will be required to fill in personal, qualification and other details. On the basis of scores obtained by candidates in the national level entrance exam, the authorities will prepare the state merit list which will contain details like state rank, AIR. The state merit list will be used for admissions in government college. The authorities will conduct seat allotment process for state quota seats after counselling process completes. Seat allotment process for government college MBBS admission is online in some states and offline in others. For the convenience of candidates, list of state MBBS admission, counselling authorities and date of release of application form has been mentioned in the table below.
AP MBBS admission 2020
Dr. NTRUHS, Vijaywada
Third week of June 2020
Arunachal Pradesh MBBS admission 2020
DME Training & Research, AP
Assam MBBS admission 2020
Bihar MBBS admission 2020
Second week of June 2020
Chandigarh MBBS admission 2020
Chhattisgarh MBBS admission 2020
DU MBBS admission 2020
MCC and FMSc (DU)
Goa MBBS admission 2020
Second week of May 2020
Gujarat MBBS admission 2020
Haryana MBBS admission 2020
Himachal Pradesh MBBS admission 2020
Fourth week of June 2020
IPU MBBS admission 2020
Third week of March 2020
J&K MBBS admission 2020
To be notified
Jharkhand MBBS admission 2020
Karnataka MBBS admission 2020
Kerala MBBS admission 2020
Phase 1: First week of February 2020Phase 2: Third week of June 2020
MP MBBS admission 2020
Maharashtra MBBS admission 2020
CET Cell, Mumbai
Manipur MBBS admission 2020
First week of June 2020
Meghalaya MBBS admission 2020
Second week of 2020
Odisha MBBS admission 2020
OJEE Cell, Bhubaneswar
Punjab MBBS admission 2020
Rajasthan MBBS admission 2020
Medical Education Department, Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu MBBS admission 2020
Selection Committee, DME, Kilpauk
Telangana MBBS admission 2020
Tripura MBBS admission 2020
Uttar Pradesh MBBS admission 2020
Uttarakhand MBBS admission 2020
Last week of June 2020
West Bengal MBBS admission 2020
Institute-wise MBBS admission
AFMC MBBS admission 2020
MCC and AFMC, Pune
AMU MBBS admission 2020
BHU MBBS admission 2020
CMC Vellore MBBS admission 2020
DMET, Tamil Nadu
*means the dates are tentative
The list of top 10 government MBBS colleges along with the cutoff rank for admission to 15% All India Quota seats and 85% state quota seats are mentioned in the table below.
Name of Medical Colleges
15% AIQ Closing Rank
85% State Quota Closing Rank
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi
Government Medical College, Chandigarh
Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai
King George's Medical University, Lucknow
Stanley Medical College, Chennai
Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai
As per the previous year cutoff trends, candidates must score more than 550+ in NEET exam for admission to government college in UG course.
Yes, an MBBS seat can be granted in any government college. However, to get a seat in top government colleges, it is advised to score more than 500/550 in NEET 2020 exam.
No, there is no reservation in any MBBS college for admission to NRI candidates. However, aspirants belonging to NRI quota can get admission to private colleges through NEET under NRI quota. Also, NRI candidates will be considered admission to deemed universities across India.
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Pooja, that depends on the University guidelines that you want to apply for studying Medicine in. Few Universities have a mandate that the Students should have a certain number of years of education. If you have only attempted 11th, that will not be counted. But to qualify to study MBBS abroad, you need to qualify in NEET and the basic eligibility criteria for NEET apply.
Neha, you haven't mentioned your Category. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST. Now assuming that you belong to General Category, you should have the results before counselling starts. But if the exams are in November, unfortunately they wont be of much help for NEET 2020 and you may have to appear for NEET 2021.
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Priyanka, you can just study Biology as an additional subject from NIOS instead of all 3 Physics, Chemistry and Biology and you can still be eligible for NEET. Now even NIOS students are eligible for NEET. You need to score a minimum aggregate of 50% in these 3 subjects to be eligible for NEET. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST.
NTA has released a press notification that you can select any State under State of Eligibility for All India Counselling. This is because no matter which State you hold the domicile of, you will be eligible for All India Counselling of all States except for Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh because Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh do not participate in All India Counselling.
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