NEET 2017: MH CET Medical admission announced; application process begins on June 28
Updated on Jun 27, 2017 - 5:06 p.m. IST by Apratim Chatterjee
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NEET 2017 admissions for medical colleges in Maharashtra have been announced even as Maharashtra MBBS application form 2017 is to begin on June 28. MH CET Medical Admission will be organised by Commissionerate, Common Entrance Test Cell Maharashtra Government, basis NEET scores 2017 of the qualifying candidates. The Maharashtra CET Cell has also announced Maharashtra MBBS admission schedule 2017 notifying dates for online registration, merit list, and academic session. Candidates who will be attending the Maharashtra MBBS 2017 counselling can check here the scheduled and complete notification on Maharashtra MBBS admissions 2017.

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Maharashtra MBBS Admissions 2017: Counselling Schedule

S.No.

Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2017 Events

Important Dates

1.

Declaration of NEET Result 2017

June 23, 2017

2.

Online registration for Maharashtra MBBS/ BDS admission begins

June 28, 2017 – July 10, 2017 (up to 5 pm)

3.

Publication of Maharashtra MBBS/ BDS Provisional Merit List

July 12, 2017

4.

Document verification at designated centres

July 14, 2017 onwards

5.

Publication of Maharashtra MBBS/ BDS Revised Provisional Merit List

July 24, 2017

6.

Choice filling/ Online preference process begins

July 24 – July 27, 2017

7.

Declaration of Maharashtra MBBS/ BDS First Seat Allotment List

To be announced

8.

Last date to join the allotted colleges on the basis of First Seat Allotment List

To be announced

9.

Commencement of academic session

August 1, 2017

10.

Declaration of Maharashtra MBBS/ BDS Second Seat Allotment List

To be announced

11.

Last date to join the allotted colleges on the basis of Second Seat Allotment List

To be announced

12.

Declaration of Maharashtra MBBS/ BDS Dropout Seat Allotment List

To be announced

13.

Last date to join the allotted colleges on the basis of Dropout Seat Allotment List

To be announced

14.

Cut-off date for Maharashtra MBBS/ BDS 2017 Admissions

August 31, 2017

Maharashtra MBBS Admissions 2017: Important Documents

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Candidates attending Maharashtra MBBS Counselling 2017 will need to bring the following documents/ certificates in original as well as in a set of attested photocopies for the purpose of document verification.

  • NEET Admit Card 2017

  • Copy of Maharashtra MBBS Online Application Form

  • NEET Mark-sheet/ Score Card 2017

  • Nationality certificate issued by District Magistrate/ Additional District Magistrate or Metropolitan Magistrate (Competent Authority for issue of such certificate)/ valid Indian passport /School Leaving Certificate of HSC/12th Std. indicating the nationality of the candidate as ‘Indian’

  • Domicile Certificate issued by District Magistrate/ Metropolitan Magistrate/ Additional District Magistrate or Competent Authority for issue of such certificate

  • H.S.C. (or equivalent) examination Mark-sheet

  • SSC (or equivalent) passing certificate (for Date of Birth)

  • Aadhar Card

  • Medical fitness certificate (if applicable)

  • Caste Certificate (if applicable)

  • Caste Validity Certificate (if applicable)

  • Non Creamy layer Certificate valid up to March 31, 2018 (For VJ, NT1, NT2, NT3 and OBC including SBC)

  • D1/D2/D3: Ex-servicemen Certificate, actual service certificate

  • D1/D2: Domicile Certificate of Defence person

  • D3: Transfer certificate

  • MKB: Disputed area certificate, Mother tongue certificate, SSC/HSC from MKB area

  • HA: Parent Domicile certificate, SSC/HSC of candidate from hilly area

  • For Person with disability (PWD) Candidates - Medical Fitness Certificate of Authorized Medical Board

Maharashtra MBBS Admissions 2017: Document Verification Centres

S.No.

Centre

Name and Address

1.

Aurangabad

Government Medical College, Aurangabad

2.

Mumbai

Grant Government Medical College, Sir J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai

3.

Nagpur

Government Medical College, Nagpur

4.

Pune

B.J. Government Medical College, Pune

Maharashtra MBBS Admissions 2017: Instructions

  1. Maharashtra MBBS Counselling 2017 applicants will are required to have a valid e-mail id.

  2. Candidates are required to go through the NEET 2017 information brochure and understand the same.

  3. Candidates must also ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria for Maharashtra MBBS admissions 2017.

  4. Candidates may note that no information in the counselling application form of Maharashtra MBBS 2017 admissions can be changed after payment of the fees.

  5. Once the Maharashtra MBBS counselling-cum-admission form has been filled by the candidates, candidates may pay the fees through Bank Challan option.

  6. Further, Maharashtra MBBS counselling 2017 candidates are not required to send any application form or part thereof to the CET Cell office. However, the printed copy of the Maharashtra MBBS counselling-cum-admission form 2017 should be kept safe for future correspondence.

  7. If the candidate has paid the fee through Bank Challan, he/ she can’t reapply.

  8. In case of reapplications, the candidature may get cancelled.

  9. Moreover, candidates are not required to upload any document while attending Online Counselling of Maharashtra MBBS 2017, but are required to carry the same during document verification process, failing which their candidature may get cancelled.

Maharashtra MBBS Admissions 2017: Tuition Fees

Course offered

Annual Tuition Fees (in INR)*

Medical

Rs. 70,900

Dental

Rs. 53,200

*Fees across Government Colleges in Maharashtra State

 

Maharashtra MBBS Admissions 2017 through NEET

Based on the result of NEET 2017 and scores obtained by candidates, CBSE will provide merit list to counselling authorities of Maharashtra MBBS/ BDS. The Maharashtra CET Cell is organising admission process for MBBS and BDS programmes for as many as 5030 and 2560 seats, respectively. The CET Cell will publish a state merit list under the state quota in Government/ Private/ Minority colleges. Further, the candidates will have to fill their choice of the medical and dental colleges as preference. Based on the NEET scores and choices preferred by the candidate, the seats will be allocated to the candidates.

 

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