Uttarakhand MBBS Admission 2019
Uttarakhand MBBS Admission 2019 - Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Uttarakhand Medical Education University (HNBUMU), the conducting body of Uttarakhand MBBS admission to medical and dental colleges in the state. HNBUMU has released the provisional merit list of Uttarakhand MBBS/BDS 2019 on July 4 for candidates who have passed the national-level NEET 2019 entrance exam and have applied for the medical/dental admissions. The choice/preference filling had also started on July 2 and was available till July 3. A link for choice filling is given below. Admission will primarily be conducted through two channels - (a) state and management quota seats and (b) All India seats. Counselling for state and management quota MBBS/BDS seats is being conducted by HNB Uttarakhand Medical Education University. Counselling for two rounds will be first conducted in online mode, and thereafter a mop-up round will be held to fill vacant seats. Application form of Uttarakhand MBBS admission 2019 for round I of counselling was available on June 28.
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To be eligible for participation in Uttarakhand MBBS BDS 2019 admission process, the candidate needs be listed in the NEET state merit list, which will be released separately for each of the counselling rounds. Meanwhile, counselling for All India seats will be conducted by The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).
Uttarakhand MBBS Admission 2019 - Quick Overview
Name of Admission Process
Uttarakhand MBBS Admission
Admission to MBBS/BDS courses under state and management quota seats in medical and dental colleges in the state.
Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Uttarakhand Medical Education University
Please note that counselling for All India Quota Seats will be conducted by DGHS on behalf of MCC
Mode of application or registration
Mode of counselling
Counselling will be first conducted in online mode.
If there are vacant seats left after online counselling, a manual mop-up round will also be held.
There will be maximum two rounds of online counselling followed by a mop-up round (BDS will also have a second mop-up round)
Uttarakhand MBBS 2019 Admission Dates
The counselling for state and management quota seats will be conducted in multiple rounds and in both online and manual modes (mop-up round). The important dates of Uttarakhand MBBS/BDS admission 2019 for these different rounds is given below.
Counselling Schedule - Round I
Start of Online Registration
June 28, 2019
Last date to register
June 30, 2019
Display of State Merit List
July 4, 2019
Choice filling and locking
July 2 to 3, 2019
July 3 to 4, 2019
Publication of Result
July 5, 2019
Last date to report at allotted institute
July 12, 2019
Counselling Schedule - Round II
Online Registration and payment of fee by fresh candidates and re-registration by already registered candidates opting for upgradation.
Candidates opting for upgradation don’t have to pay registration fee again, but can upload new data and documents.
July 15 to 2, 2019
Last date to surrender 1st round allotted seat without forfeiture of fees (free exit) through online mode
July 24, 2019
Display of final seat matrix for Round II (will include newly withdrawn/surrendered seats by admitted candidates of Round I)
Publication of Final State Merit List - Round II
July 23, 2019
Choice filling and locking by both newly and already registered candidates
July 24 to 25, 2019
July 25, 2019
Publication of Result
July 26, 2019
Last date to report at allotted institute
August 3, 2019
Counselling Schedule - Mop Up Round
1st week of August, 2019
Display of merit list
1st week of August, 2019
Manual reporting and document verification
1st week of August, 2019
Manual Seat Allotment, payment of tuition fee and Spot Admission
1st week of August, 2019
Last date for completing other admission formalities at allotted institute
2nd week of August, 2019
Uttarakhand MBBS BDS Eligibility Criteria 2019
All applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria of Uttarakhand MBBS Admission 2019.
Nationality - The candidate needs to be an Indian citizen
Age limit - The candidate must not be less 17 years as on December 31, 2019. The upper age limit, however, is subject to guidelines issued by NTA.
Qualifying Exam - The candidate needs to have passed 10+2 exam scoring minimum 50% aggregate marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics. Additionally, one must also pass each of these subjects individually. The minimum aggregate marks required for OBC/SC/ST is 40%, while PwD candidates need only 45%.
The following category of candidates are eligible for admission to MBBS/BDS courses under state quota seats:
The candidate must be a domicile/permanent resident of Uttarakhand having passed both Class 10 and 10+2 or equivalent examination from an institution located in the state.
The candidates who is not a domicile/permanent resident of the state but have passed both Class 10 and 10+2 or equivalent examination from an institute situated in Uttarakhand. Such candidates however will not be eligible for any type of reservation.
The candidate is a domicile/permanent resident of Uttarakhand but have passed Class 10 and/or 10+2 or equivalent examination from an institution in Uttarakhand.
Uttarakhand MBBS BDS 2019 - Participating Institutes
Name of Institute
Uttarakhand MBBS/BDS Admission 2019 - Reservation of seats
Depending on whether the institute is a private or government entity, the reservation of seats for Uttarakhand MBBS/BDS admission will vary. For example, in case of government colleges, 85% of the total intake is state quota seats, whereas for private institute, it only constitutes 50% of total seats. The break-up of seats as college-type is described below.
15% of the approved seats in government colleges will be available for all India candidates under All India Quota.
Remaining 85% seats will be State Quota seats
In case of private colleges, only 50% of total intake will be State Quota seats.
Of the remaining 50% seats, 35% are All India Management Quota seats and 15% are NRI quota seats.
Uttarakhand MBBS Application Form 2019
Registrations will be conducted separately for each round of counselling. The registration cum application form of Uttarakhand MBBS/BDS 2019 admission for first round of online counselling will commence tentatively in 4th week of June. The second round of counselling will be open to both already registered candidates as well as those who are applying for the first time.
Uttarakhand MBBS/BDS 2019 application process
Registration - The candidate will be able to register using their NEET 2019 roll number as login id. To complete the registration process, the candidate will have to enter details like name, date of birth, and mobile number. Upon successful registration, verification code will be sent to registered mobile number, which will be the default password.
Submission of data - The applicant has to next fill in NEET score and rank, as well as personal, academic and communication details.
Uploading of documents - Upload scanned images of photograph, signature and left-hand thumb impression in the prescribed format. Other documents the candidate has to upload include NEET score and rank card, Class 10 certificate as proof of birth, category certificate, etc.
Payment of application fee - For Round I and II of counselling, the application fee is Rs. 2000 while for mop-up round it is Rs. 1000; application fee is same for all candidates. The fee is non-refundable and can be paid in online mode through net banking, credit and debit cards. Online enabled NEFT/RTGS/CASH/UPI (BHIM) only payment option is also available.
Round I and II
Uttarakhand MBBS BDS Merit List 2019
The provisional merit list of Uttarakhand MBBS BDS 2019 for state quota seats is released and is based on NEET 2019 merit ranks. The provisional state merit list for first round of online counselling is published on July 4, while merit list for second round will be released on July 23. It may be noted that only those candidates whose names appear in Uttarakhand MBBS BDS 2019 state merit list will be eligible to participate in the counselling process.
In case of All India quota, seats will be filled by following the All India merit list of NEET 2019. One of the minimum criteria that candidates need to meet in order to be included in any of the state or all India merit lists for admission in medical colleges in Uttarakhand is they must score the category-wise minimum percentile as prescribed by NTA.
Category-wise minimum percentile to qualify in NEET 2019
OBC/OBC - PH
SC/SC - PH
ST/ST - PH
Unreserved - PH
Uttarakhand MBBS BDS Counselling 2019
The counselling of Uttarakhand MBBS BDS 2019 for state quota seats will be conducted first in online mode; there will be two rounds of online counselling. If there are vacant seats left after online rounds, a manual mop-up round will also be held to fill those seats. To participate in online Uttarakhand MBBS BDS counselling 2019, the candidate has to get registered online and participate in choice filling and locking. Only those candidate who are listed in the state merit list will be eligible to participate in the counselling process. Note that for each round of Uttarakhand counselling separate merit lists will be published.
Also, candidates who haven’t participated in 1st round of Uttarakhand MBBS BDS 2019 counselling can register for 2nd round of counselling; they however will need to pay the counselling fee. In case of already registered candidates who want to opt for upgradation, they will have to re-register but don’t have to pay the counselling fee again. After re-registration, the candidate will be able to upload new data and documents and also participate in choice filling and locking.
Mop Up Round - Important Points
The Mop up round will be conducted in manual (offline) mode for filling any vacant seats that are left after completion of online counselling.
To participate in mop up round, the candidate has to be present in person at the designated venue along with originals and photocopies of all relevant documents.
Both MBBS and BDS seats will be offered during mop up round, provided there are vacant seats left.
Spot-admission will be offered during mop up round.
Note that for MBBS admission, there will only be one mop up round. However, for BDS admission, a second mop up round will also be held in case of vacancies.
How to apply for Mop Up Round
To participate in mop up round, the candidate will have to get registered online by paying a registration fee of Rs. 1000. The application fee is applicable to both newly registered and already registered candidates.
Eligibility criteria for participation in Mop Up Round
To following candidates are eligible to participate in Mop-up Round:
Candidates who haven’t participated in any of the previous online rounds. Such candidate have to get registered for this particular round.
Candidates who have participated in any of both of the online round, but not allotted seat
Any candidate except those who haven’t withdrawn their allotted seat
Candidates who have accepted a seat in Round II at a Deemed/Central University aren’t eligible. Also, if the candidate has already joined a medical or dental college through NEET UG 2019 Uttarakhand state centralized counselling isn’t eligible for admission.
Document Checklist for Uttarakhand MBBS BDS Counselling 2019
High School (10th) Certificate for Age proof.
Marksheet and pass certificate of 10+2
Admit Card of NEET UG 2019
Result/Rank letter of NEET UG 2019
Category certificate (if applicable)
Sub category certificate (if applicable)
PWD category certificate (if applicable)
Certificates required for Ward of Kashmiri Migrants, if applicable.
Domicile certificate (by Uttarakhand domicile candidates only)
Valid ID proof (Aadhar Card/Passport/PAN card/Driving License, etc.)
Any other supporting document
College-level counselling for stray vacancies
In case of stray vacancies in a medical college, such seats will be filled by candidates who have registered for mop up round, strictly in the order of merit. No fresh registration will be invited for filling stray vacancies. Also, candidates admitted in mop up round will not be considered in the merit list.
Uttarakhand MBBS BDS Seat Allotment 2019
The seat allotment of Uttarakhand MBBS BDS 2019 will be based on the merit rank of the candidate and also choices opted for admission. Uttarakhand MBBS BDS 2019 seat allotment result will be published separately for each of the two online counselling rounds. Also, if a mop-up round is held, there will be one additional seat allotment round.
Candidates who are allotted seats in any of the online counselling rounds will have to report at the allotted institute before the last date to complete admission formalities. For mop-up round, spot-admission will be offered.
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