Punjab MBBS Merit List 2020
Punjab MBBS Merit List 2020 - All candidates seeking admission in MBBS/BDS courses must be included in the merit list of Punjab NEET 2020. Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot will release the Punjab MBBS 2020 merit list. These rank lists consist of students who have successfully registered for the state’s admission process. Only those candidates whose names will be mentioned in Punjab MBBS merit list 2020 will be eligible to attend the various rounds of counselling for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in the state. Punjab MBBS 2020 merit list will be derived on the basis of scores obtained in National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET). Therefore, it is important for candidates to qualify for the NEET 2020 entrance exam. On the basis of Punjab MBBS merit list, as many as 1225 MBBS and 1230 BDS seats will be allotted to candidates under respective categories. For more information on Punjab MBBS merit list 2020, downloading previous years’ list, and other details, check the article below.
For Punjab MBBS admission 2020, he/she should have appeared for NEET 2020 & qualified it. Candidates must fill the application form for participating in the admission process of MBBS in the state of Punjab.
Punjab MBBS Merit 2020 Dates
Start of application process
To be notified
Application end date
To be notified
To be notified
Release of merit list
To be notified
Filling & submission of counselling form online
To be notified
Seat allotment (round 1)
To be notified
Reporting at the allotted colleges for admission
To be notified
Seat allotment (round 2)
To be notified
Candidates reports at the colleges allotted
To be notified
*dates are tentative
Punjab NEET Merit List 2020 - Eligibility Criteria
Candidates must have cleared NEET 2020 to qualify for filling in the Punjab MBBS & BDS application form. The eligibility criteria for inclusion in the merit list of Punjab NEET 2020 is that candidates must have secured NEET cutoff 2020 as specified by the conducting authority. The category-wise NEET qualifying percentile with equivalent marks are mentioned in the table below.
NEET Cut off percentile & scores:
NEET cut off percentile
NEET 2019 cut off marks (out of 720)
NEET 2018 cut off marks (out of 720)
Punjab MBBS/BDS Merit Lists
To get an rough idea of where candidates stand in the chance of scoring a MBBS seat in Punjab MBBS admissions 2020 under the state quota, please look below:
BFUHS MBBS Merit List 2019 (Provisional):
Punjab MBBS/BDS Merit List 2018:
Punjab Merit list 2018 for MBBS and BDS - other categories:
Backward Area Category
Border Area Category
Handicapped (Physically Disabled Persons)
22-Wards of Defence Personnel
23-Wards of Defence Personnel
24-Wards of Defence Personnel
25-Wards of Defence Personnel
26-Wards of Defence Personnel
30-Wards of Defence Personnel
31-Children/Grand Children of Freedom Fighters Category
32-Migrants of Jammu & Kashmir due to terrorist Violence Category
Important details of Punjab MBBS Merit List 2020
Punjab medical/dental merit list will contain the name of candidates who have successfully registered for the admission process of the state of Punjab. It will contain the name of applicants along with their ranks in the state. More details about the list are mentioned below:
The merit list will be released only after the document verification process
Merit list is released separately for various categories, including NRI & reserved categories.
It will be based on the NEET 2020 scorecard.
Merit will be eligible to take part in the Punjab MBBS 2020 counseling process.
Admission will be done on the basis of the respective merit lists.
Details mentioned on Punjab MBBS merit List 2020
Details that are mentioned on the Punjab NEET 2020 merit list are given below. Applicants are advised to go through the merit list and check the various details mentioned in it.
Name of candidate
NEET roll number
Marks obtained in the exam
All India Rank
Punjab MBBS Counselling 2020
Punjab MBBS/BDS 2020 counselling will be conducted online for the state quota seats to various colleges in the state of Punjab. Applicants will have to fill their preferred courses & colleges in the order of priority they wish. After doing so candidates have to lock in their choices. If one forgets to lock in their choices it will automatically be locked on the last day. On the basis of the NEET UG 2020 score & state rank the seats are allocated to the candidates.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Punjab MBBS Merit List 2020
Question: When will the authorities release Punjab MBBS 2020 merit list?
The date for release of merit list of Punjab MBBS has not been announced by the authorities yet. For all updates refer to the article above.
Question: Who will be eligible to conduct Punjab MBBS 2020 counselling?
Only those candidates whose names will be mentioned in the merit list will be eligible to attend the various rounds of Punjab MBBS counselling 2020 in the state.
Question: What details are mentioned on the merit list of Punjab MBBS?
Details that are mentioned on Punjab MBBS merit list 2020 are name of candidate, registration number, merit rank, father's name, NEET roll number, marks obtained in the exam, All India Rank, Percentile.
Question: Merit list is released first or document verification process?
The authorities will first conduct document verification process and then release final Punjab MBBS 2020 merit list.
Question: In hich mode will the authorities release the merit list of Punjab MBBS/BDS?
BFUHS will release the merit list of Punjab in online mode and PDF format.
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