NEET West Bengal State Quota 2019/2020 : Seats, participating Colleges, Cutoff, Couselling and Merit List
The admission process of West Bengal will be conducted by Department of Health & Family Welfare, Kolkata.
So, What is Seat Matrix?
West Bengal NEET Seat Matrix or Seat Intake is the number of seats available in various Private and Government Medical and Dental Colleges of the state.
Every year lot of students have been preparing for long to make their dream a reality and all they need is accurate NEET syllabus to prepare. NEET Syllabus is divided into four subjects - Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Students need to complete all the 97 chapters of NEET Syllabus in order to score good rank in NEET Exam. Also, it is important to know the steps to register for NEET application form. Aspirants of NEET seeking admission at the undergraduate level are advised to check the eligibility criteria of NEET.
Every year more than ten lakh students appear for NEET Exam but how to know which college is good for you. A right college involves a number of factors such as college fees, location, facilities, exposure and placements.
It is necessary for all the aspirants seeking a career in medicine to know about the total MBBS and BDS seats that are being offered by various colleges of West Bengal. Given below is the list of seats available in various colleges of West Bengal.
West Bengal Seat Intake :
MBBS Seats in Government/Private Colleges -
|List of Colleges||Management of the college||No. of Seats||All India Quota Seats||State Quota Seats|
|North Bengal Medical College||Govt.||100||15||85|
|Nilratan Sircar Medical College||Govt.||250||38||212|
|Medical College, Kolkata||Govt.||250||38||212|
|Calcutta National Medical College||Govt.||200||30||170|
|Burdwan Medical College||Govt.||150||22||128|
|Bankura Sammilani Medical College||Govt.||150||22||128|
|ESIC Medical College, Joka||Govt.||100||15||85|
|College of Medicine and JNM Hospital||Govt.||100||15||85|
|Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research||Govt.||150||22||128|
|Midnapore Medical College||Govt.||100||15||85|
|Murshidabad Medical College & Hospital||Govt.||100||15||85|
|Malda Medical College and Hospital||Govt.||100||15||85|
|College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital||Govt.||100||15||85|
|RG Kar Medical College||Govt.||200||30||170|
|KPC Medical College||Trust||150||22||128|
BDS Seats in Government/Private Colleges -
|List of Colleges||Management of College||No. of Seats||All India Quota Seats||State Quota Seats|
|Dr. R. Ahmed Dental College & Hospital||Govt.||96||15||81|
|North Bengal Dental College and Hospital||Govt.||50||8||42|
|Burdwan Dental College & Hospital||Govt.||100||15||85|
|Guru Nanak Institute of Dental Science and Research||Private||100||15||85|
|Haldia Institute of Dental Science & Research||Private||100||15||85|
|Kusum Devi Sunderlal Dugar Jain Dental College and Hospital||Govt.||100||15||85|
NEET 2018 Cutoff :
The All India Quota Closing rank of West Bengal for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:
|List of Colleges||NEET Closing Rank|
|Medical College, Kolkata||2095|
|Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research||3084|
|Nilratan Sircar Medical College||5728|
|Calcutta National Medical College||5941|
|RG Kar Medical College||6171|
|ESIC Medical College, Joka||7400|
|North Bengal Medical College||8688|
|Burdwan Medical College||9053|
|Bankura Sammilani Medical College||9388|
|College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital||6819|
|College of Medicine and JNM Hospital, Kalyani||9418|
|Midnapore Medical College||9725|
|Murshidabad Medical College & Hospitals||9803|
|Malda Medical College & Hospital||9405|
|Dr. R. Ahmed Dental College & Hospital||15464|
The State Quota Closing rank of West Bengal for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:
|List of Colleges||NEET Closing Rank|
|Medical College, Kolkata||7,046|
|Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research||22,765|
|Nilratan Sircar Medical College||18,469|
|Calcutta National Medical College||25.573|
|RG Kar Medical College||20,854|
|North Bengal Medical College||37,183|
|Burdwan Medical College||30,611|
|Bankura Sammilani Medical College||38,141|
|College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital||33,171|
|College of Medicine and JNM Hospital, Kalyani||35,122|
|Midnapore Medical College||39,126|
|Murshidabad Medical College & Hospitals||40,465|
|Malda Medical College & Hospital||41,723|
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State Eligibility Criteria :
- Nationality of the candidate must be an Indian.
- The age of the candidate must fall between 17 to 25 years old to be eligible for NEET admission.
- Candidates applying for MBBS/BDS admission must have qualified in the class 12 examination from a recognized institution of the state.
- Open merit category candidates must obtain 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the qualifying examination and 40% in aggregate for reserved categories. Physically challenged candidates, under the open merit category, will be considered if they have scored 45% in the aforementioned subjects.
- For admission to state quota MBBS/BDS seats the candidate will also have to fulfill any of the below mentioned conditions:
- The candidate must have been residing in the state of West Bengal for at least 10 years continuously as on December 31, 2018.
- The candidate has been living in the state of West Bengal for minimum 10 years continuously as on December 31, 2018 and have passed/is appearing in 12th Class exam.
- Candidate who is not a resident of the state, but whose parents are permanent residents of West Bengal with permanent home address in the state for last 10 years as on December 31, 2018.
Counselling and Admission Process of West Bengal NEET :
Department of Health & Family Welfare, Kolkata will be conducting the Counselling and Admission process.
The conducting body will start the West Bengal MBBS admission process with the release of eligible list of candidates. The list will contain the name of those candidates who have submitted West Bengal as their state of eligibility for counselling.
The counselling session for West Bengal MBBS admission will be conducted in online mode while the mop-up round will be held in offline mode. The online mode of counselling implies candidates will be required to submit web options and in case of offline counselling, candidates must report to the allotted centre.
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So now Let’s take a quick view of the whole process of counselling :
Registration : During the registration for MBBS and BDS counselling, candidates will be required to enter their preferences of colleges as well as courses, in which they wish to get admission into. The applicants are required to register online on the official portal. Fill all the details asked in the application form.
Choosing and locking : The candidates will be required to log in to the online portal using the same login credentials which were earlier used to fill application form. After login, Candidates can choose the course as well as college of their preference and then lock-in the chosen preferences in the online portal. They can enter as many number of preferences as they want.
Seat Allotment : The seat allotment for West Bengal MBBS admission will reflect the seats allotted to the candidates. The candidates included in the seat allotment list will be required to report to the allotted institute. The regulatory body will release the list of documents that need to be verified for admission. The fees of West Bengal MBBS/BDS admission will also be submitted at the allotted college.
Report to Alloted College : The candidates who are allotted a seat will be required to report at the assigned college with the required documents, a demand draft of the prescribed fee amount, and two copies of the registration form for submission of the necessary documents.
After the final allotment, candidates can pay the fee and download the admission ticket from the concerned website. Candidates must carry the allotment letter along with other required documents while reporting to the alloted college.
Know more about the procedure, dates and seat allotment of NEET Counselling.
Important Dates regarding Counselling and admission Process-
|Date of online registration (First Round)||Second week of June 2019|
|Last date to register||Third week of June 2019|
|Choice filling||Last week of June 2019|
|Seat allotment||Last week of June 2019|
|Document verification||First week of July 2019|
|Choice filling (Second Round)||First week of July 2019|
|Seat allotment||Second week of July 2019|
|Document verification||Second week of July 2019|
|Last date to deposit fees||Third week of July 2019|
|Last date to join allotted institute||Last week of July 2019|
|Mop-up Round of Counselling||First week of August 2019|
|Commencement of Classes||First week of August 2019|
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Documents Required for Admission :
Candidates are required to bring the following valid original documents along with one set of attested copies at the time of counselling without which his/her candidature will not be considered:-
i) High School Certificate and Marksheet.
ii) Intermediate Mark sheet and Certificate.
iii) Two passport size photographs as pasted in the NEET application form.
iv) Domicile /S.C. /S.T/O.B.C. Certificate, if applicable.
v) Sub category certificate, if applicable.
vi) NEET Admit Card
vii) NEET Score card.
viii) ID Proof.
ix) Scanned copy of signature.
x) Copy of application form.
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