Jamia Hamdard MBBS Merit List 2017
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Jamia Hamdard MBBS Merit List 2017: Jamia Hamdard Deemed University will release the merit list of Jamia Hamdard MBBS 2017 tentatively in the month of June, 2017. The merit list of Jamia Hamdard MBBS 2017 will be based on marks scored by candidates in NEET 2017. The counselling for admissions to 100 MBBS seats will be conducted by Jamia Hamdard Deemed Univeristy. Jamia Hamdard MBBS merit list 2017 will consist of candidate’s name and their caste, NEET roll number and All India Rank (AIR). There is no 15% All India Quota reserved seats in Jamia Hamdard MBBS Admission 2017. Jamia Hamdard Deemed University being a minority institute, there is no reservation under Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) quota. Candidates aspiring to take admissions in MBBS can check below for the details on Jamia Hamdard MBBS Merit List 2017.

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Out of the 100 MBBS seats, 42 seats are for unreserved category candidates, 43 seats are for Muslim candidates and 15 seats are reserved for Muslim candidates.

 

Check below for the seat and reservation 2017 for candidates under various categories.

 

Jamia Hamdard MBBS Seat and Reservation 2017

Category

Seats

Unreserved candidates

42

Muslim candidates

43

Reserved Muslim candidates

15

The counselling for admissions in Jamia Hamdard MBBS programme can be in two rounds.  The first round will mostly begin from the month of June, 2017 following the second round. Candidates failing to participate in the first round of counselling will not be allowed to participate in the following rounds of counselling.

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As per the cut off marks in NEET 2017, candidates under Unreserved Category have to score at least 50 percentile. Those under Persons with Disability (PWD) in unreserved category have to obtain 45 percentile in NEET 2017. Further, candidates under Reserved and Persons with Disability (PWD) category have to obtain 40 percentile.

 

NEET Qualifying Marks 2017

Category

Qualifying marks

Unreserved

50 percentile

Reserved and Persons with disability  (PWD)

40 percentile

PWD candidates in unreserved category

45 percentile

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