How to get admission in MBBS in Government College
PriyamDave, 24 Jun 2019, #NEET PG

How to get admission in MBBS in Government College - Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery as commonly known as MBBS is a sought-after medical course to be pursued by a biology student. MBBS course is being offered by 192 government, 42 deemed and 3 central universities across India. Admission to MBBS courses in a government college is through the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - NEET, which was conducted on May 5, 2019. However, AIIMS, New Delhi and JIPMER, Puducherry conducts their own entrance exam AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS, respectively, for admission to MBBS course.
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MBBS admission to a government medical college is done through a centralised counselling process, conducted by the Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). DGHS has started the registration for NEET counselling on June 19 and can be filled through the link available above. The scores obtained in NEET UG exam are used for admission to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) and 85% State Quota MBBS seats in a government college. From every government MBBS college, 15% from the total intake capacity is reserved for candidates who have been shortlisted for AIQ seats. While the remaining seats are allotted to the domicile candidates under 85% state quota seats. The seat allotment process for state quota seats is conducted by the designated state counselling committees based on the marks scored in NTA NEET.

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How to apply for MBBS admission in government college?

Foremost, as per the basic eligibility criteria, to take the NEET 2019 entrance exam, the medical students had to register themselves by filling the application form, which was available from November 1 to December 7, 2018, in online mode. NEET 2019 which was held on May 5, in pen and paper mode, contains 180 multiple choice questions asked from Physics, Chemistry and Biology. NEET result 2019 was declared by June 5, in online mode. Candidates who secure the minimum qualifying percentile, as specified by the exam authority, National Testing Agency (NTA), will be considered eligible for admission to MBBS in medical colleges in India. The qualifying cutoff for general category is 50th percentile, while that for SC/ST/OBC aspirants, it is the 40th percentile.

Admission in MBBS in government college under 15% All India Quota

NEET test takers 2019 who are shortlisted under 15% AIQ seats must register themselves for the counselling process, as per the schedule released by MCC. NEET 2019 counselling round one for admission to MBBS as well as BDS courses has begun in online mode from June 19. Candidates can register themselves till June 24 using the link given 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.

How to get admission in MBBS in Government College - NEET Counselling Registration

For admission in MBBS in government college under 15% AIQ scheme, the eligible candidates who downloads the NEET rank letter can register themselves for seat allotment process. The eligible aspirants have to register themselves by entering the following details:

  • For new registration, the candidates have to go to the official website -

  • Thereafter in the UG counselling, click on ‘New Registration’ tab and enter the following details to register:

  1. Roll number

  2. Application number

  3. Candidate name

  4. Mother’s name

  5. Date of birth

  6. Mobile number

  7. Email ID

  8. Security pin as displayed on the screen

  • Once the new registration process is over, a mail will be sent to the registered email ID mentioning the successful registration and password.

  • After logging in, the participants have to enter their NEET UG details such as All India Rank, marks obtained, category, category rank and other asked details.

  • Also, the payment should be done in online mode using credit/debit cards and net banking.

Students who have completed the registration process must fill and lock their choices of colleges and courses in which they wish to get admission into. Based on the NEET All India Rank, preferences of colleges as well as courses submitted, seat availability, reservation criteria and factors, the admission in MBBS in government college will be granted.

After the first round of seat allotment list is released, the shortlisted candidates have to provide their option of either accepting the college granted or to appear for the subsequent round of counselling. Aspirants who wish to take admission in the allotted college must report at the respective colleges with the relevant documents for verification of documents and completion of admission process, within the stipulated date and time. Once the first round counselling will be over, MCC will conduct second round of counselling to fill the remaining vacant seats for admission to government MBBS college.

It must be noted by aspirants that after the completion of round two of counselling, DGHS 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.

Admission in MBBS in Government Colleges under 85% State Quota

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.

Basic Eligibility Criteria for MBBS admissions
  • An aspirant must be of 17 years and should not exceed 25 years.

  • Candidates must have qualified Class 12 with minimum qualifying percentage with Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

  • The domicile should be the domicile of the respective state in which they wish to get admission.

  • NEET 2019 should be qualified by securing the cutoff percentile set by the NTA.

NEET cutoff percentile


Minimum qualifying percentile

Qualifying score


50 percentile



40 percentile



45 percentile



40 percentile


MBBS admission in government college - 85% State Quota

In order to get admission in MBBS in government college, aspirants need to register themselves by filling the application form released by respective state counselling authorities. The admission committee will conduct three rounds of counselling only including mop-up round. The eligible candidates have to submit their personal, qualification as well as contact details mentioning their name, date of birth, NEET scores, All India Rank, category rank and other information.

Based on the scores obtained in NEET 2019, the counselling body will prepare and release the merit list containing the state rank, which will be used for admission to MBBS government colleges. According the state quota rank, the qualifiers are called for counselling process. The seat allotment process of each state is conducted either in online or offline mode. For the convenience of NEET applicants, below is the list of state MBBS admission, counselling authorities and date of release of application form.

State-wise counselling details

State/UT admission

Counselling authority

Application date

AP MBBS admission 2019

Dr. NTRUHS, Vijaywada

June 22-28, 2019

Arunachal Pradesh MBBS admission 2019

DME Training & Research, AP

June 13, 2019

Assam MBBS admission 2019

DME, Guwahati

June 15, 2019

Bihar MBBS admission 2019


June 19 to 25, 2019

Chandigarh MBBS admission 2019

GMCH, Chandigarh

June 10 to 24, 2019

Chhattisgarh MBBS admission 2019

DME, Raipur

June 21 to June 27, 2019

DU MBBS admission 2019

MCC and FMSc (DU)

June 19 to 24, 2019

Goa MBBS admission 2019

DTE, Bardez

May 17 to June 14, 2019

Gujarat MBBS admission 2019

ACPUGMEC, Gandhinagar

June 17 to 23, 2019

Haryana MBBS admission 2019

DMER, Panchkula

June 22 to June 26, 2019

Himachal Pradesh MBBS admission 2019

HPU, Shimla

June 25 to June 29, 2019

IPU MBBS admission 2019


March 22, 2019

J&K MBBS admission 2019


June 17 to 24, 2019

Jharkhand MBBS admission 2019

JCECEB, Ranchi

June 26 to July 1, 2019

Karnataka MBBS admission 2019

KEA, Bangalore

June 15 to 21, 2019

Kerala MBBS admission 2019

CEE, Thiruvananthapuram

Phase 1: February 3, 2019
Phase 2: June 16 to 21, 2019

MP MBBS admission 2019

DME, Bhopal

June 21 to June 27, 2019

Maharashtra MBBS admission 2019

CET Cell, Mumbai

June 22-26, 2019

Manipur MBBS admission 2019

DHS, Manipur

June 7 to 14, 2019
June 20, 2019 for submission

Meghalaya MBBS admission 2019


June 17 to July 17, 2019

Odisha MBBS admission 2019

OJEE Cell, Bhubaneswar

June 20 to 25, 2019

Punjab MBBS admission 2019

BFUHS, Faridkot

June 19 to 25, 2019

Rajasthan MBBS admission 2019

Medical Education Department, Rajasthan

June 17 to 23, 2019

Tamil Nadu MBBS admission 2019

Selection Committee, DME, Kilpauk

June 7 to 20, 2019

Telangana MBBS admission 2019

KNRUHS, Warangal

June 22 to 28, 2019

Tripura MBBS admission 2019

DME, Tripura

June 25 to 28, 2019

Uttar Pradesh MBBS admission 2019

DGMET, Lucknow

June 21 to 24, 2019

Uttarakhand MBBS admission 2019

HNBUMU, Dehradun

Last week of June 2019*

West Bengal MBBS admission 2019

WBUHS, Kolkata

June 25 to June 28, 2019

Institute-wise MBBS admission

AFMC MBBS admission 2019

MCC and AFMC, Pune

June 19 to 24, 2019

AMU MBBS admission 2019

MCC, Delhi

June 19 to 24, 2019

BHU MBBS admission 2019

MCC, Delhi

June 19 to 24, 2019

CMC Vellore MBBS admission 2019

DMET, Tamil Nadu

June 7 to 20, 2019 (submitting NEET scores)

*means the dates are tentative

Top 10 Government Colleges for MBBS Admission

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.

Cutoff rank of Government MBBS colleges

FAQs for admission in MBBS in Government College

Question: How many marks should I obtain in NEET 2019 to get MBBS seat in government medical college?

Answer: As per the previous year cutoff trends, candidates must score more than 550+ in NEET exam for admission to government college in UG course.

Question: Can I get an MBBS seat in government medical college in unreserved (UR) category with a score of 450?

Answer: 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 2019 exam.

Question: Is there any reservation for NRI quota in government colleges?

Answer: 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.

Question: What was the last 85% state quota rank for admission to KGMU, Lucknow?

Answer: As per the last year cutoff rank, the last rank for unreserved category in King George’s Medical University, Lucknow, was 2318.

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