NEET Seat Intake of Bihar : MBBS/BDS Seat matrix, Cutoff, Counselling Procedure, Reservation Criteria and participating colleges.

Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board will be managing the Bihar 2019 admission process.It is necessary for all the aspirants seeking a career in medicine to know about the total MBBS and BDS seats in Bihar 2019 that are being offered.

Given below is the List of Colleges offering MBBS/BDS seats in Government and private colleges of Bihar.

Bihar Seat Intake :

MBBS seats by Government/Private Colleges –

List of CollegesManagement of CollegeNo. of Seats All India Quota SeatsState Quota Seats
Jawahar Nehru Medical CollegeGovt.811368
Nalanda Medical CollegeGovt.811368
Govt. Medical CollegeGovt.851372
Vardhman Institute of Medical SciencesGovt.851372
Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical SciencesGovt.851372
Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical CollegeGovt.811372
Shri Krishna Medical College Govt.811372
Patna Medical CollegeGovt.12319104
Darbhanga Medical College Govt.801268
Mata Gujri Memorial Medical CollegePrivate851372
Lord Buddha Koshi Medical College and HospitalPrivate851372
Narayan Medical College & HospitalPrivate851372
Katihar Medical College Private851372

BDS seats by Government/Private Colleges

List of CollegesManagement of CollegeNo. of Seats All India Quota SeatsState Quota Seats
Patna Dental CollegeGovt.30525
Buddha Institute of Dental Science & HospitalPrivate851372
Mithila Minority Dental College and HospitalPrivate51843
Sarjug Dental College and HospitalPrivate34628
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Institute of Dental Science and HospitalPrivate34628

NEET 2018 Cutoff :

The All India Quota Closing rank of Bihar for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges NEET Closing Rank
Jawahar Nehru Medical College9108
Nalanda Medical College7028
Govt. Medical College9360
Vardhman Institute of Medical Sciences8387
Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences6216
Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College8746
Shri Krishna Medical College 9247
Patna Medical College3258
Darbhanga Medical College 7217
Patna Dental College and Hospital14157

The State Quota Closing rank of Bihar for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges NEET Closing Rank
Jawahar Nehru Medical College16,846
Nalanda Medical College15,939
Govt. Medical College11,831
Vardhman Institute of Medical Sciences11,955
Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences9,328
Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College11,506
Shri Krishna Medical College 11,409
Patna Medical College7,981
Darbhanga Medical College 11,631

Bihar Seat Reservation Criteria 2019 : 

CategorySeat Reservation
Reserved Category Girls3%
Scheduled Tribe1%
Scheduled Caste16%
Extremely Backward Class18%
Backward Class12%

Counselling and Admission Process of Bihar NEET 2019 :

Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB), Patna will conduct the Bihar MBBS/BDS 2019 counselling in offline mode. Only the aspirants who will be included in the state merit list will be eligible to participate for the counselling of Bihar MBBS 2019.

BCECEB, Patna will conduct two rounds of Bihar MBBS counselling 2019. In case of any vacant seats left, the mop-up round will also be conducted. According to the merit position, the selected candidates must report at the counselling venue as per the specified date and time.

In order to appear for Bihar MBBS/BDS Admission 2019, the domicile aspirants must register themselves by filling the application form for both rounds.

So, Let’s take a quick view of the whole process of counselling :

Registration : Candidates need to candidates need to give preference of institutes participating in Bihar MBBS counselling 2019. The applicants are required to register online on the official portal. Fill all the details asked in the application form. They can enter as many number of preferences as they want.

Choosing and locking : After login, candidates can fill their choices online in the ‘preference form’ that will appear on the computer screen.Candidates can choose the course as well as college of their preference and then lock-in the chosen preferences in the online portal.

Seat Allotment : The allotment list for the first, second and mop-up round containing names of the candidates in the order of merit will be announced in the last week of July, while the result for second round will be released in the third week of August. Seat allotment will be done on the basis of candidate’s choice filled, category, rank, and availability of seats.

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 college.

Important Dates regarding Counselling and admission Process-

EventsDates
Counselling Form ReleaseThird Week of July
Last Date of submitting Counselling FormFourth Week of July
Document VerificationThird Week of July
First Round of CounsellingThird week of July
Second Round of CounsellingSecond week of August
Date of Reporting at the College (First round)First Week of August
Date of Reporting at the College (Second round)Last Week of August

Documents Required for Admission :

Candidates who have applied for NEET Exam need to know that there are some documents required at the time of admission in the colleges.

Given below is the list of documents that candidates need to keep in hand :

  • NEET Admit card.
  • Class 10 or equivalent examination passing certificate/mark sheet/admit card.
  • Class 12 or equivalent exam passing certificate/mark sheet/admit card.
  • Resident certificate of Bihar issued by the concerned C.O. duly signed by DM/SDO.
  • Caste certificate issued and signed by the concerned C.O.
  • Six passport size photographs printed in the admit card and used in the application form of NEET 2019.
  • Copy of aadhaar card.
  • Printout of filled in Application Form 2019.
  • All other documents and certificate mentioned in the prospectus of Bihar admission 2019.

NEET Seat Intake of Karnataka : MBBS/BDS Seat matrix, Cutoff, Counselling Procedure and participating colleges.

The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will be starting the Karnataka MBBS 2019 admission process most likely in the second week of June 2019.

It is necessary for all the aspirants seeking a career in medicine to know about the total MBBS and BDS seats in Karnataka 2019 that are being offered. The responsibility of the NTA is limited to the conduct of the entrance examination, declaration of result and providing merit list to the Counselling Authorities.

So, Let’s start with the number of MBBS/BDS seats offered by various colleges of Karnataka.

Karnataka Seat Intake :

MBBS seats by Government/Private Colleges –

List of CollegesNo. of Seats All India Quota SeatsState Quota Seats
Raichur Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences15023127
Bidar Institute of Medical Sciences15023127
Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Belagavi Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences20030170
Vijaynagar Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute25038212
Gadag Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) Medical College1001585
Koppal Institute of Medical Sciences15023127
Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) Medical College1001585
Kodagu Institute of Medical Sciences15023127
Chamrajanagar Institute of Medical Sciences15023127
Karwar Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Gulbarga Institute of Medical Sciences15023127
Government Medical College15022127
A J Institute of Medical Sciences and Research15022128
Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Al-Ameen Medical College 1001585
Basaveswara Medical College and Hospital1001585
Belgaum Institute of Medical Sciences1001585
BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences000
Dr. BR Ambedkar Medical College1001585
Father Muller Institute of Medical Education and Research 1001585
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College20030170
JJM Medical College24537208
JSS Medical College20030170
KS Hegde Medical Academy 15022128
KVG Medical College 1001585
Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore25038212
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal25038212
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
Khaja Banda Nawaj Institute of Medical Sciences1001585
MS Ramajah Medical College15022128
Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College15022128
MVJ Medical College and Research Hospital15022128
Navodaya Medical College1001585
Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital1001585
SS Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre 15022128
S. Nijalingappa Medical College and HSK Hospital and Research Centre15022128
Sapthagiri Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre000
SDM Medical College1001585
Shri B.M. Patil Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre15022128
Shridevi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Hospital 000
Sri Devaraj URS Medical College 15022128
Sri Siddhartha Medical College15022128
Srinivas Institute of Medical Research Centre000
St. Johns Medical College 60951
Subbaiah Institute of Medical Sciences15022128
The Oxford Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre 000
Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre 25038212
Yenepoya Medical College15022128

BDS seats by Government/Private Colleges

List of CollegesNo. of Seats All India Quota SeatsState Quota Seats
Government Dental College15022128
Dr.M.R.Ambedkar Dental College and Hospital15022128
Vokkaligara Sangha Dental College and Hospital1001585
M.S.Ramaiah Dental College1001585
AECS Maruti College of Dental Sciences and Research Centre15022128
Dayananda Sagar College of Dental Sciences1001585
Oxford Dental College15022128
Sri Rajiv Gandhi Dental College1001585
Raja Rajeshwari Dental College and Hospital15022128
Rashtreeya Vidyalaya Dental College1001585
Krishnadevaraya College of Dental Sciences1001585
Dr. Shyamala Reddy Dental College60951
Bangalore Institute of Dental Sciences & Hospital60951
K L E S Institute of Dental Sciences60951
Venkateswara Dental College60951
K.G.F. College of Dental Sciences60951
Vydehi Institute of Dental Sciences and Research Centre60951
Farooqia Dental College50842
Sri. Hasanamba Dental College and Hospital60951
Al-Ameen Dental College50842
Maratha Mandal Dental College60951
PM Nadagowda Memorial Dental College and Hospital1001585
Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheswara Dental College15022128
Hyderabad Karnataka Education Societies Dental College60951
Al Badar Dental College and Hospital60951
HKDET’S Dental College Hospital60951
S.B.Patil Institute for Dental Sciences and Research1001585
Academy of Medical Education Dental College60951
Navodaya Dental College15022128
Government Dental College and Research Institute20030170
Coorg Institute of Dental Sciences50842
K.Venkataramana Gowda Dental College1001585
A.J. Institute of Dental Sciences1001585
Bapuji Dental College and Hospital15022128
College of Dental Sciences15021129
Sharavathi Dental College60951
Sri Jagadguru Murugharajendra Dental College & Hospital1001585

NEET 2018 Cutoff :

The All India Quota Closing rank of Karnataka for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges NEET Closing Rank
Government Medical College, Bangalore1127
Government Medical College, Mysore4415
Vijaynagar Institute of Medical Sciences8357
Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences7175
ESIC Medical College, Bangalore6686
Belagavi Institute of Medical Sciences7269
Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences 6496
Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences7493
C. Institute of Medical Sciences8669
Raichur Institute of Medical Sciences8749
Bidar Institute of Medical Sciences8946
Gadag Institute of Medical Sciences9081
ESIC Medical College, Gulbarga8831
Kodagu Institute of Medical Sciences 8580
Karwar Institute of Medical Sciences9154
Gulbarga Institute of Medical Sciences9030

The State Quota Closing rank of Karnataka for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges NEET Closing Rank
Government Medical College, Mysore12,616
Vijaynagar Institute of Medical Sciences72,292
Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences38,934
ESIC Medical College, Bangalore29,382
Belagavi Institute of Medical Sciences40,263
Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences 28,797
Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences33,497
Chamrajanagar Institute of Medical Sciences78,536
Raichur Institute of Medical Sciences48,010
Bidar Institute of Medical Sciences37,651
Gadag Institute of Medical Sciences57,532
Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute5,905
ESIC Medical College, Gulbarga65,029
Kodagu Institute of Medical Sciences 78,203
Koppal Institute of Medical Sciences83,398
Karwar Institute of Medical Sciences78,467
Gulbarga Institute of Medical Sciences43,441
Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences20,393

Counselling and Admission Process of Karnataka NEET 2019 :

The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will be starting the Karnataka MBBS 2019 admission process most likely in the second week of June 2019. The admission to Karnataka MBBS BDS 2019 will start with the invitation to fill the application form. It is mandatory to fill the application form for Karnataka MBBS admission 2019 to be considered eligible for the process. These candidates will be included in the provisional merit list of Karnataka MBBS 2019 admission.

The application and counselling process for Karnataka MBBS/BDS admission will be held in online mode while the document verification session will be conducted in offline mode.

There will be three rounds of Karnataka MBBS counselling – first, second and mop-up. An additional round of Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling will be conducted if the seats remain vacant. Candidates will be given a security key after the verification of documents. With the security key, login to the applicant portal will be required to participate in the Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling process.

So, Let’s take a quick view of the whole process of counselling :

Registration : The applicants are required to register online on the official portal.Fill all the details asked in the application form.Candidates need to upload the scanned photograph, signature and other documents as per directions.Pay the requisite counselling fee of Rs.650/- in case of general & OBC candidate and Rs.500/- in case of SC/ST candidate.The payment of counselling fee can be done through Bank Challan or Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card.

Choosing and locking : After login, candidates can fill their choices online in the ‘preference form’ that will appear on the computer screen.Candidates can choose the course as well as college of their preference and then lock-in the chosen preferences in the online portal.

Seat Allotment : The allotment list for the first, second and mop-up round containing names of the candidates in the order of merit will be published on the official website of Maharashtra MBBS 2019 admission. Seat allotment will be done on the basis of candidate’s choice filled, category, rank, and availability of seats.

Report to Alloted College : If a seat is alloted to the candidate, it’s his wish either to reject the allotment or accept it. 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 college.

Important Dates regarding Counselling and admission Process-

EventsDates
Counselling Form ReleaseThird Week of June
Last Date of submitting Counselling FormFourth Week of June
Document VerificationThird Week of June
Choice Filling and locking DateThird Week of June
Seat Allotment DateFourth Week of June
Fee PaymentFourth Week of June
Date of Reporting at the CollegeLast Week of June

Documents Required for Admission :

Candidates who have applied for NEET Exam need to know that there are some documents required at the time of admission in the colleges.

Given below is the list of documents that candidates need to keep in hand :

  • NEET Score Card.
  • NEET Admit Card.
  • A copy of online application form.
  • Nationality certificate/Indian passport.
  • Domicile Certificate.
  • Higher Secondary School Certificate.
  • Secondary School Certificate.
  • Aadhar Card.
  • PWD certificate, if applicable.
  • Caste Certificate, if required.
  • Non-Creamy Layer Certificate.
  • Passport size photographs.

NEET Seat Intake of Maharashtra : MBBS/BDS Seat matrix and participating colleges.

The Maharashtra admission 2019 will be managed by Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Mumbai.

When it comes to securing admission in one of the eminent medical colleges in the state of Maharashtra, a lot of effort and hard work is required. However, it is necessary for all the aspirants seeking a career in medicine to know about the total MBBS and BDS seats in maharashtra 2019 that are being offered.

Maharashtra Seat Intake :

MBBS seats by Government/Private Colleges –

List of Colleges Manage-ment of college No. of Seats All India Quota Seats State Quota Seats
Shri Vasant Rao Naik Govt. Medical College Govt. 150 22 128
Topiwala National Medical College Govt. 120 18 102
Grant Medical College Govt. 200 30 170
Government Medical College, Nagpur Govt. 200 30 170
Government Medical College, Aurangabad Govt. 150 22 128
Government Medical College, Latur Govt. 150 22 128
B.J. Government Medical College Govt. 200 30 170
Shri Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College Govt. 100 15 85
Rajashree Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Government Medical College Govt. 150 22 128
STRT Medical College Govt. 100 15 85
Seth GS Medical College Govt. 180 27 153
Government Medical College, Miraj Govt. 150 22 128
Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College Govt. 150 22 128
Indira Gandhi Medical College and Hospital Govt. 150 22 128
Dr. Shankarrao Chavan Government Medical College Govt. 100 15 85
Dr. Vaishampayam Memorial Medical College Govt. 150 22 128
Rajiv Gandhi Medical College and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Govt. 60 9 51
Government Medical College, Gondia Govt. 100 15 85
HBT Medical College & Dr. R.N. Cooper Municipal General Hospital Govt. 150 22 128
Government Medical College, Chandrapur Govt. 100 15 85
Government Medical College, Jalgaon Govt. 100 15 85
Dr. Vasantrao Pawar Med. Col. Hospital and Research Centre Private 120 18 102
Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College and General Hospital Private 150 22 128
Padmashri Dr. Vithalrao Vikhe Patil Foundations Medical College Private 150 22 128
Terna Medical College Private 150 22 128
NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre and Lata Mangeshkar Hospital Private 150 22 128
Maharashtra Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Latur Private 100 15 85
Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education and Research, Pune Private 100 15 85
KJ somaiyya Medical College and Research Centre Private 50 8 42
Dr. Punjabrao Alias Bhausaheb Deshmukh Memorial Medical College Private 100 15 85
Indian Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Private 100 15 85
SMBT Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre Private 150 22 128
Prakash Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Private 150 22 128
BKL Walawalkar Rural Medical College Private 100 15 85
Vedanta Institute of Medical sciences Private
Ashwini Rural Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre Private 100 15 85
Dr. Ulhas Patil Medical College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
ACPM Medical College Private
Institute of Medical Science and Research Private
Dr. Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil Foundation’s Medical College and Hospital Private 150 22 128

BDS seats by government/private colleges –

List of Colleges Manage-ment of College No. of Seats All India Quota Seats State Quota Seats
Government Dental College and Hospital Govt. 100 15 85
Nair Hospital Dental College Govt. 60 9 51
Government Dental College and Hospital, Nagpur Govt. 50 7 43
Government Dental College and Hospital, Aurangabad Govt. 50 7 43
Dr. G.D. Pol Foundation, YMT Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
T.P.C.T.’s Terna Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
M.G.M.’s Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Yogita Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Shan Edu. Society’s Guardian College of Dental Sciences and Research Centre Private
Vasantdada Patil Dental College and Hospital Private 40 6 34
M.A. Rangoonwala College of Dental Sciences and Research Private 100 15 85
P.D.U. Dental College Private 100 15 85
Tatyasaheb Kore Dental College & Research Centre Private 60 9 51
Sinhgad Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
D.Y. Patil Dental School Private 100 15 85
MGVM’s KBH, Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Sau. Mathurabai Bhausaheb Thorat College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
JMF’S A.C.P.M. Dental College Private 100 15 85
Late Shri YCM Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
SMBT Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Private 100 15 85
VSPM’s Dental College Private 100 15 85
V.Y.W.S. Dental College and Hospital Private 50 8 42
Swargiya Dadasaheb Kalmegh Smruti Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Dr. Rajesh Ramdasji Kambe Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
C.S.M.S.S.’s Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Maharashtra Institute of Dental Sciences and Research Private 100 15 85
Aditya Dental College Private 100 15 85
Saraswati Dhanwantari Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Dr. Hedgewar Smruti Rugna Seva Mandal’s Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Nanded Rural Dental College and Research Centre Private 100 15 85

Seat Reservation Quota in MBBS (Maharashtra) :

Categories Reservation in Government Colleges Reservation in Private Unaided Institutions/Colleges
Nomadic Tribes (NT-1) NT-B 2.5% 1.25%
Nomadic Tribes (NT-2) NT-C 3.5% 1.75%
Nomadic Tribes (NT-3) NT-D 2% 1%
Vimukta Jati (VJ) DT-A 3% 1.5%
SC 13% 6.5%
ST 7% 13.5%
OBC including Special backward Classes 19% 9.5%
Person with Disability 5% 5%
Female Candidates 30% 30%

NEET 2018 Cutoff :

The All India Quota Closing rank of Maharashtra for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges NEET Closing Rank
Bahiramjee Jijibhai Medical College 1178
Topiwala National Medical College 1822
Grant Medical Colleges & Sir J.J.Hospital 1122
Government Medical College, Nagpur 5227
Seth GS Medical College 339
Dr S.C. Government Medical College 8152
Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical 2102
Indira Gandhi Government Medical College 6143
MG Institute of Medical Sciences 7209
R.C.S.M. Government Medical College and CPR Hospital 8174
Government Medical College, Aurangabad 7638
Government Medical College, Akola 8434
H.B.T. Medical College & Dr. R.N. Cooper Municipal General Hospital 3448
Government Medical College, Miraj 8768
Government Medical College, Latur 9008
SH Vasant Rao Naik Government Medical College 8995
Shri Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College 8280
Swami Ramanand Tirth Rural Medical College 8974
Government Medical College, Gondia 8884
Dr Vaishampayam Memorial Medical College 7995
Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandrapur 8842

The State Quota Closing rank of Maharashtra for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges NEET Closing Rank
Shri Vasant Rao Naik Govt. Medical College 28,736
Topiwala National Medical College 10,605
Grant Medical College 12,409
Government Medical College, Nagpur 15,890
Government Medical College, Aurangabad 16,667
BJ Govt. Medical College 13,632
Government Medical College, Latur 26,562
Government Medical College,Akola 26,568
Shri Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College 24,992
Rajashree Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Government Medical College 22,660
STRT Medical College 25,632
Seth GS Medical College 2,936
Government Medical College, Miraj 22,082
Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical 9,706
Indira Gandhi Medical College and Hospital 21,028
Dr. Shankarrao Chavan Medical College 22,767
Dr. Vaishampayan Memorial Medical College 20,828
Rajiv Gandhi Medical College and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital 17,576
Government Medical College, Gondia 33,267
H.B.T. Medical College & Dr. R.N. Cooper Municipal General Hospital 13,362
Government Medical College, Chandrapur 32,018
Dr. Vasantrao Pawar Med. Col. Hospital & Research Centre 43,894
Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College and General Hospital 50,319
Padmashri Dr. Vithal Rao Vikhe Patil Foundations Medical College 53,384
Terna Medical College 35,990
N.K.P. Salve Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre and Lata Mangeshkar Hospital 49,311
Maharashtra Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Latur 44,310
Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education and Research, Pune 48,736
KJ Somaiyya Medical College and Research Centre 31,117
Dr. Punjab Rao Alias Bhausaheb Deshmukh Memorial Medical College 51,936
Indian Institute of Medical Science and Research 98,004
SMBT Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre 61,886
Prakash Institute of Medical Sciences and Research 66,054
B.K.L. Walawalkar Rural Medical College 58,330
Vedanta Institute of Medical Sciences 94,988
Ashwini Rural Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre 55,818
Dr. Ulhas Patil Medical College and Hospital 47,368
Mahatama Gandhi Institute of Medical Institute of Medical Sciences 21,513

NEET Counselling and Admission 2019: 

All the candidates applying for the Medical and Dental colleges in Maharashtra must have to register themselves for the NEET Counselling. Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Mumbai is expected to conduct the Maharashtra MBBS 2019 counselling in the First week of July. After the authorities have published the provisional merit list, the candidates will be required to select any one centre for document verification, out of four centres specified by the authorities in online registration. A verified provisional list will be issued by the authorities after the conclusion of document verification.

Only those candidates whose documents are verified and their names have been included in the Maharashtra MBBS merit list 2019 will be considered eligible to participate in the Maharashtra MBBS counselling 2019 process.The counselling will be conducted in three rounds in online mode which includes Mop-up round.

So, Let’s take a quick view of the whole process of counselling :

Registration : Candidates need to candidates need to give preference of institutes participating in Maharashtra MBBS counselling 2019.Only the candidates who have filled the application form and have been declared eligible after the document verification session will be eligible to register themselves for the Maharashtra MBBS counselling 2019

Choosing and locking : After login, candidates can fill their choices online in the ‘preference form’ that will appear on the computer screen.Candidates can choose the course as well as college of their preference and then lock-in the chosen preferences in the online portal.

Seat Allotment : The allotment list for the first, second and mop-up round containing names of the candidates in the order of merit will be published on the official website of Maharashtra MBBS 2019 admission.

Report to Alloted College : If a seat is alloted to the candidate, it’s his wish either to reject the allotment or accept it.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.

Important Dates regarding Counselling and admission Process-

Events Dates
NEET Exam Date 5 May 2019
Result Date 5 June 2019
Maharashtra MBBS Online Counselling Last Week of June 2019
Seat Allotment Date First week of July 2019
Reporting to the Alloted College Second week of July 2019
Second round of Counselling and Online choice filling Third week of August 2019
Declaration of mop-up round result Last week of August 2019
Last date to report at the allotted college Last Week of August

Documents Required for Admission :  

Candidates who have applied for NEET Exam need to know that there are some documents required at the time of admission in the colleges.

Given below is the list of documents that candidates need to keep in hand :

  • NEET Score Card.
  • NEET Admit Card.
  • A copy of online Maharashtra MBBS application form.
  • Nationality certificate/Indian passport.
  • Domicile Certificate.
  • Higher Secondary School Certificate.
  • Secondary School Certificate.
  • Aadhar Card.
  • Medical Fitness Certificate.
  • PWD certificate, if applicable.
  • Caste Certificate, if required.
  • Non-Creamy Layer Certificate.
  • Passport Size Photographs.

NEET Seat Intake of Rajasthan : MBBS/BDS Seat matrix and participating colleges.

In Rajasthan, Office of the Chairman, NEET UG Medical and Dental Admission/Counselling Board and Principal & Controller, SMS Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur is the authority responsible for Rajasthan MBBS 2019 admission.

NEET 2019 Seat Matrix is the number of seats available in various Private and Government Medical and Dental Colleges of the state. It is necessary for all the aspirants seeking a career in medicine to know about the total MBBS and BDS seats in Rajasthan 2019 that are being offered.

So, Let’s take a look at the number of seats available in the colleges of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan Seat Intake

MBBS seats by Government/Private Colleges –

List of Colleges Manage-ment of college No. of Seats All India Quota Seats State Quota Seats
American International Institute of Medical Sciences Private 150 23 127
Ananta Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre Society 150 15 85
Dr. S.N. Medical College Govt. 250 38 212
Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital Trust 150 22 128
Government Medical College Govt. 150 23 127
Jaipur National University Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre University 150 22 128
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Govt. 150 23 127
Jhalawar Medical College Govt. 150 23 127
Mahatama Gandhi Medical College and Hospital Trust 150 22 128
Pacific Institute of Medical Sciences Society 150 23 127
National Institute of Medical Science and Research Trust 100 15 85
Pacific Medical College and Hospital Trust 150 22 128
RNT Medical College Govt. 150 23 127
RUHS College of Medical sciences Govt. 100 15 85
Sardar Patel Medical College Govt. 250 38 212
SMS Medical College Govt. 250 38 212

BDS seats by government/private colleges –

List of Colleges Manage-ment of College No. of Seats All India Quota Seats State Quota Seats
Jaipur Dental College Private 100 15 85
Darshan Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Daswani Dental College and Research Centre Private 100 15 85
Eklavya Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Geetanjali Dental and Research Institute Private 100 15 85
Government Dental College and Hospital Govt. 40 6 34
Jodhpur Dental College and Hospital Private 0 0 0
Maharaja Ganga Singh Dental College and Research Centre Private 100 15 85
Mahatama Gandhi Dental College Private 60 9 51
NIMS Dental College Private 100 15 85
Pacific Dental College and Research Centre Private 100 15 85
Pacific Dental College Private 100 15 85
R.R. Dental College and Hospital Private 50 8 42
Rajasthan Dental College and Hospital Private 100 15 85
Surendra Dental College and Research Institute Private 100 15 85
Vyas Dental College Private 100 15 85

NEET 2018 Cutoff :

The All India Quota Closing rank of Rajasthan for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges NEET Closing Rank
SMS Medical College 356
Dr. S.N. Medical College 1128
Sardar Patel Medical College 1083

The State Quota Closing rank of Rajasthan for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges NEET Closing Rank
SMS Medical College 13600
Sardar Patel Medical College 4004
RNT Medical College 4398
Government Medical College 8518
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College 4970
Dr. SN Medical College 4392
RUHS College of Medical Sciences 2602
Jhalawar Medical College 9577

NEET Counselling and Admission 2019:

All the candidates applying for the Medical and Dental colleges in Rajasthan must have to register themselves for the NEET Counselling. Office of the Chairman, NEET UG Medical and Dental Admission/Counselling Board and Principal & Controller, SMS Medical College & Attached Hospitals, Jaipur is expected to conduct Rajasthan MBBS 2019 Counselling in the third week of June. The competent authority will conduct the counselling of Rajasthan MBBS 2019 in two rounds followed by a mop up round. Candidates will be required to complete the process of online application and choice filling in order to be able to be eligible for the admission process.

Admission of candidates to Rajasthan MBBS 2019 will be taken on the basis of both the 2019 scores and the preferences of the candidates during filling up the choices online. Candidates must, therefore, fill in their choices according to their NEET score.

So, Let’s take a quick view of the whole process of counselling :

Registration : The applicants are required to register online on the official portal. Fill all the details asked in the application form like Name, Gender, Address etc.

Choosing and locking : candidates will be required to enter their preferences of colleges as well as courses, in which they wish to get admission into and then lock-in the chosen preferences in the online portal.

Seat Allotment : The allotment list for the first, second and mop-up round containing names of the candidates in the order of merit will be published on the official website of Rajasthan MBBS 2019 admission.

Report to Alloted College : If a seat is alloted to the candidate, it’s his wish either to reject the allotment or accept it. Candidates included in the seat allotment lists will need to report to the allotted medical college along with all the original documents, a demand draft of the prescribed fee amount, and two copies of the registration form for submission of the necessary documents.

Important Dates regarding Counselling and admission Process –

Events Dates
NEET Exam Date 5 May 2019
Result Date 5 June 2019
First round of Counselling and Online choice filling Last Week of June 2019
Seat Allotment Date First week of July 2019
Reporting to the Alloted College First week of July 2019
Second round of Counselling and Online choice filling Second week of August 2019
Fee submission Date Second week of August 2019
Registration of Mop-up round Third Week of August

Documents Required for Admission :

Candidates who have applied for NEET Exam need to know that there are some documents required at the time of admission in the colleges.

Given below is the list of documents that candidates need to keep in hand :

  • NEET Admit Card.
  • NEET Rank Card.
  • Intermediate marksheet and passing certificate.
  • Matric marksheet and passing certificate.
  • Category Certificate.
  • Character Certificate.
  • Migration Certificate.
  • Allotment Letter.
  • Date of Birth Certificate.
  • Registration form.
  • Copy of photo ID.
  • Caste certificate, if applicable.
  • Domicile certificate, if applicable.
  • Passport size photo same as affixed on registration form.
  • Any other relevant certificate(s).

NEET Seat Intake of Delhi : Delhi MBBS/BDS Seat matrix and participating colleges.

Delhi NEET seat matrix is the number of seats available in several private and state medical and dental colleges of the state Delhi. Aspirants all across the country will be anticipating their NEET Result in order to take admission in their dream college.

If you need details regarding the NEET seat intake of Delhi, you have come to the right place.

NEET seats will be allocated to the aspirants on the basis of Delhi NEET Counselling. The counselling procedure will depend on the NEET Scorecard and will be managed by the Faculty of Medical science, University of Delhi.

Through the end of this article, you will get all the answers related to Delhi Seat matrix or intake.

Delhi Seats Intake :

MBBS seats by Government/Private College –

List of Colleges Manage-ment of college No. of Seats All India Quota Seats State Quota Seats
All India Institute of Medical Sciences Govt. 50 8 42
Army College of Medical Sciences Trust 100 15 85
Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Medical College Govt. 100 15 85
Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Govt. 100 15 85
Lady Hardinge Medical College Govt. 200 30 170
Maulana Azad Medical College Govt. 250 38 212
North Delhi Municipal Corporation Medical College Govt. 50 8 42
University College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital Govt. 150 23 127
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital Govt. 150 24 126

BDS seats by government/private college –

List of Colleges Manage-ment of College No. of Seats All India Quota Seats State Quota Seats
Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences Govt. 40 6 34

NEET 2018 Cutoff :

NTA released the cut-off in the first week of June. Students who belong to unreserved category are required to score atleast 120 marks out of 720 in order to qualify the Exam, while OBC/SC/ST must score at least 96 marks to qualify. NEET Result will be applicable for admissions to all medical colleges of India except for AIIMS and JIPMER.

There has been a significant drop in the cut-off of 2019 i.e. 12 marks for Open category and 11 marks for reserved category.

The All India Quota Opening and Closing rank of Delhi for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges Opening Rank Closing Rank
Maulana Azad Medical College 1 23
VMMC and Safdargunj Hospital 14 78
University College of Medical Sciences 26 67
Lady Hardinge Medical College 45 130
NDMC Medical College 134 212
Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Medical College 270 543
All India Institute of Medical Sciences 18 52
Army College of Medical Sciences 2017 19086
Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and Research 9648 44890
North Delhi Municipal Corporation Medical College 128 184
University College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital 132 185

The State Quota Opening and Closing rank of Delhi for admission through NEET is elucidated in the table given below:

List of Colleges Opening Rank Closing Rank
Maulana Azad Medical College 374 1163
VMMC and Safdargunj Hospital 289 1090
University College of Medical Sciences 4480 22892
Lady Hardinge Medical College 407 5571
NDMC Medical College 4570 23670
Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Medical College 3670 19440
All India Institute of Medical Sciences 1230 6770
Army College of Medical Sciences 39440 489336
Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and Research 41632 493980
North Delhi Municipal Corporation Medical College 1020 5547
University College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital 1190 13612

Procedure of Delhi NEET Counselling :

All the candidates applying for the Medical and Dental colleges in Delhi must have to register themselves for the NEET Counselling. The counselling will be conducted in two rounds in online mode.

So, Let’s take a quick view of the whole process of counselling :

Registration : The candidates will be required to log in to the online portal using the same login credentials which were earlier used to fill 2019 application form. After login, Candidates can enter as many number of preferences as they want. If the candidate is satisfied with the choice made, Click on “Lock Choices” Otherwise Click on “Modify” to modify the choices made.

Choosing and locking : Candidates can choose the course as well as college of their preference and then lock-in the chosen preferences in the online portal.

Seat Allotment : The allotment of seats will be published online on the basis of candidate’s preferences and available vacancies.

Report to Alloted College : If a seat is alloted to the candidate, it’s his wish either to reject the allotment or accept it. In case of accepting the allotment, candidate is required to report to the alloted college and In case of Rejection, Candidate can apply for the next round by changing the choice of preferences.

New choosing and locking : Candidates who could not register for the first round can fill the details of their preferences and then follow the same process of seat allotment and reporting to the alloted College.

Documents Required for Admission :

Candidates who have applied for NEET Exam need to know that there are some documents required at the time of admission in the colleges.

Given below is the list of documents that candidates need to keep in hand :

  • NEET Admit Card.
  • NEET Rank Card.
  • Intermediate marksheet and passing certificate.
  • Matric marksheet and passing certificate.
  • Category Certificate.
  • Domicile Certificate.
  • Character Certificate.
  • Migration Certificate.
  • Passport size photographs.

Most Important Chapters from NEET Chemistry Syllabus 2019, 2020

Through detailed analysis of multiple question papers of NEET since 2006, important chapters of chemistry have been laid out along with an approximate number of questions to be expected from different chapters

  • Topic wise distribution of Questions:
TopicsNo. of Questions to be Expected
Basic concepts of Chemistry1
Structure of Atom2
Periodic Table2
Chemical Bonding4
States of Matter1
Thermodynamics2
Equilibrium4
Redox Reactions1
Hydrogen1
S-Block elements1
P-Block elements1
Basics of Organic Chemistry5
Hydrocarbons1
Environmental Chemistry
Solid State2
Solutions2
Electro Chemistry2
Chemical Kinetics2
Surface Chemistry1
p-Block Elements2
D & f Block Elements2
Coordination Compounds3
Metallurgy1
Haloalkanes & Haloarenes1
Alcohol, Phenols & Ethers1
Aldehydes, Ketones & Carboxylic Acids2
Amines1
Polymers1
Biomolecules2
Chemistry in Everyday life1

Effective study plan based on the distribution of topics

  • For the first 4 chapters, NCERT is a must-read to build a strong foundation.
  • For chemistry, students should cover all the topics as they are all inter-related and leaving out on a topic can affect one’s understanding of different yet connected topics. For instance- equilibrium and electrochemistry are inter-related

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Most Important Chapters from NEET Biology Syllabus 2019, 2020

Through detailed analysis of multiple question papers of NEET since 2006, important chapters of biology have been laid out along with an approximate number of questions to be expected from different chapters

  • Topic wise distribution of Questions:
TopicsNo. of Questions Expected
Living World1
Biological Classification4
Plant Kingdom3
1 Morphology of Flowering Plants4
Cell: Unit of Life 4
Cell Cycle and Cell Division 2
Transport in Plants1
Mineral Nutrition2
Photosynthesis 2
Respiration in Plants 1
Plant growth and Development 2
Reproduction in Organisms 1
Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants4
Principles of Inheritance and Variation4
Molecular Basis of Inheritance5
Microbes in Human welfare2
Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production2
Organisms & population2
Ecosystem3
Biodiversity3
Environmental Issues4
Animal Kingdom4
Structural Organization in Animals2
Biomolecules2
Digestion & Absorption2
Breathing & Exchange of Gases2
Excretory Products & their Elimination1
Body fluids & circulation2
Locomotion & Movement2
Neural Control & Coordination3
Chemical Coordination & Integration3
Human Reproduction4
Reproductive Health2
Human Health and Disease3
Evolution 4
Biotechnology: Principles & processes3
Biotechnology and its Applications2
  • Effective study plan based on the distribution of topics:
  • Chapters in the must-read category should be emphasized upon to have a strong foundation for the biology section.
  • Students are advised to study NCERT books well.
  • Practicing around 200 questions will help students prepare well for the biology section.

    

Most Important Chapters – Physics NEET 2019, 2020 Syllabus

Through detailed analysis of multiple question papers of NEET since 2008, important chapters of physics have been laid out along with an approximate number of questions to be expected from different chapters.

  • Topic wise distribution of Questions
ThemesTopicsNo. of Questions to be Expected
Mechanics
Units and Measurements1
MechanicsMotion in 1D1
MechanicsMotion in 2D2
MechanicsLaws of Motion2
MechanicsWork, Energy, and Power2
MechanicsRotational Motion3
MechanicsGravitation2
Properties of Bulk Matter & HeatSolids1
Properties of Bulk Matter & HeatFluids1
Properties of Bulk Matter & HeatThermal Properties2
Properties of Bulk Matter & HeatKinetic Theory of Gases1
Properties of Bulk Matter & HeatThermodynamics2
MechanicsOscillations2
MechanicsWaves2
Electricity & MagnetismElectric Charges and Fields2
Electricity & MagnetismElectrostatic Potential and Capacitance2
Electricity & MagnetismCurrent Electricity3
Electricity & MagnetismMoving Charges and Magnetism3
Electricity & MagnetismMagnetism and Matter1
Electricity & MagnetismElectromagnetic Induction1
Electricity & MagnetismAlternating Current2
Electricity & MagnetismElectromagnetic Waves1
Optics & Modern PhysicsRay Optics3
Optics & Modern PhysicsWave Optics1
Optics & Modern PhysicsDual nature of Matter and Radiation2
Optics & Modern PhysicsAtom1
Optics & Modern PhysicsNuclei2
Optics & Modern PhysicsSemiconductor Electronics2
  • The distribution of questions will help students to prioritize their learning and study effectively to score as much as they can in the physics section.
  • Overall, the physics section will be divided into 4 major themes.
  • Question distribution as per themes
ThemesNo. of Questions to be Expected
Mechanics15
Optics and Modern Physics10
Electricity and Magnetism13
Properties of Bulk matters and Heat (Others)7
Total45
  • Effective study plan based on the distribution of topics:
  • The topics related to ‘Optics and Modern physics’ are comparatively easier to score in and it is advisable to study this section well.
  • The topics mentioned in ‘Mechanics’ are all inter-related and therefore, should be studied well.
  • Covering ‘Mechanics and Optics and Modern Physics’ well will allow students to cover 25 questions in the physics section.
  • Since Electricity and magnetism covers a major portion of the physics section, candidates are advised to focus well on this portion.
  • If time-management is becoming difficult and a student needs to prioritize their study material, it is advisable to study selectively from the section ‘Properties of Bulk matters and Heat’.