DU MBBS Counselling 2020

Brief Introduction on DU MBBS Counselling 2020

Candidates qualifying the NEET exam for DU MBBS Admission 2020 will have to partake in the counselling process conducted under the nodal agency of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS). The counselling process will lead to the seat allotment in medical and dental colleges under Delhi University. 

The DU MBBS Counselling 2020 would be for admission in 85% state quota seats and 15% for All India quota seats. It is projected that approximately 40 BDS and 660 MBBS seats will be available across different colleges under Delhi University. 

DU MBBS Counselling 2020 Dates 

Candidates should be well aware of the correct event-wise dates of DU MBBS 2020 Counselling.  Find out the important dates below.

Schedule for Round 1 –

Events

Dates

Exam date of NEET UG 2020

May 3, 2020*

Result declaration 

June 4, 2020

Registration for DU MBBS Counselling 2020

June 2020 (Third week) 

Counselling fee payment 

June 2020 (Last week)

Choice filling 

June 2020 (Last week)

List of seat allotment of Round 1

June 2020 (Last week)

College reporting for Round 1 candidates 

July 2020 (First week)


Schedule for Round 2 –

Events

Dates

Seat matrix publication 

July 2020 (First week)

Application fee payment for Round 2

July 2020 (First week)

Choice filling for Round 2

July 2020 (First week)

Online registration for Round 2 Counselling

July 2020 (Second week)

List of seat allotment of Round 2 

July 2020 (Third week)

College reporting for Round 2 candidates 

July 2020 (Final week)


Schedule for Mop-up Round –

Events

Dates

Online registration for Mop-up Round 

August 2020 (Second week)

Choice filling for Mop-up Round 

August 2020 (Third week)

Application fee payment of Mop-up Round 

August 2020 (Third week)

List of seat allotment of Mop-up Round 

August 2020 (Third week)

College reporting for Mop-up Round candidates 

August 2020 (Last week)


[Please note that the above mentioned dates for DU NEET counselling 2020 are tentative and subject to change owing to COVID – 19. 

*The revised date for NEET UG 2020 is 26th July, 2020]

DU MBBS/BDS Counselling 2020 Procedure

Even though the DU MBBS Counselling 2020 will be done in three rounds, the main steps in counselling process remain the same.

  • Step 1: Registration is the initial stage where candidates have to provide essential particulars like NEET roll number (as mentioned in the admit card), date of birth, communication details, etc. to create their login ID and password.

  • Step 2: Preference for institutes as well as a choice of course have to be indicated by candidates. The choices must be locked in before the final date. However, utmost care should be taken while mentioning the details as any modification after locking in is not allowed.

  • Step 3: Seat allotment for all three rounds of counselling is published separately. The allotment is based on NEET rank, institute preference, reservation criteria, and availability of seats in the preferred institute

Registration with FMSc

Candidates who are included in the merit list (which is published by the Medical Counselling Committee) have to register for FMSc. The official link to register is fmsc.ac.in.

During registration, a candidate has to mandatorily submit a number of documents. These are listed below. 

Documents Required 

Candidates can only be granted DU MBBS admission 2020, after qualification, with the submission of the requisite documents. The following documents, both original and attested copies, will have to be carried by candidates –

  • NEET UG Admit Card

  • Result of NEET 2020

  • Passport size photographs 

  • Demand Draft (of Rs. 1000)

  • Self-attested copies of the following –

  1. 10th Standard marksheet

  2. 12th Standard passing certificate

  3. Character certificate by an authorised entity (or Principal) from the last attended school

  4. Aadhar card 

  5. Reservation certificate (if applicable)

  6. Father’s reservation certificate (if applicable)

  7. Person with Disability certificate (if applicable)

  8. Non-Creamy Layer certificate (if applicable)

  9. Overseas Citizens of India card (if applicable)

  • Original school certificates will also have to be submitted –

  1. That the school is located in NCT Delhi

  2. That the school is recognised by COISC/CBSE/Jamia Millia Islamia 

  3. That regular classes are conducted by the school

  4. That the candidate has attended regular classes in 10th and 12th Standard 

Reservation 

The eligibility of reservation of a candidate for admission will be based on the details as indicated in the NEET form as well as FMSc registration form. 

The Reservation Criteria for Admission are Mentioned Here Under.

Reservation Category

Percentage

Scheduled Caste (SC)

15%

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

7.5%

Other Backward Classes

27%

Person with Disabilities (PWD)

5%

Armed Forces 

5%


Seat Matrix 

The allotment list will include candidates who become eligible to be admitted under Delhi University based on seat availability. The seats for MBBS course in the colleges are divided into the state quota and All India quota. The state quota comprises 85% seats while the remaining 15% seats belong to students from all over India. 

See the seat matrix of the medical colleges under Delhi University.

Seats Under State Quota (85%) –

Medical College

General

SC

ST

OBC

Aggregate

University College of Medical Sciences 

64

19

10

35

128

Maulana Azad Medical College 

104

31

16

56

207

Lady Hardinge Medical College 

78

23

12

42

155

Aggregate 

246

73

38

133

490


Seats Under All India Quota (15%) and Central Pool –

Medical College

Seats under All India Quota

Seats under Central Pool

University College of Medical Sciences

22

-

Maulana Azad Medical College

37

6

Lady Hardinge Medical College

30

15

Aggregate 

89

21


Seats Under State Quota (85%) –

Dental college

General

SC

ST

OBC

Aggregate

Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences 

17

5

3

9

34


Seats under All India quota (15%) and Central Pool –

Dental College

Seats under All India Quota 

Seats under Central Pool 

Aggregate

Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences 

6

-

6


Your First Step to Success!

DU MBBS Admission 2020 will eventually lead to you take the first step towards a successful career path. However, the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the entire process. The dates that have been previously published are now, at best, tentative.

Even though DU MBBS Counselling 2020 will also be delayed, it is advised that aspirants utilise this additional time productively. It would help them to consider the different aspects in joining a particular college. Moreover, it is important for candidates to keep a close eye for new dates and also verify those properly. No doubt, it will benefit the students in the long run

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Is it Necessary for a Candidate to Register to FMSc for Counselling?

Ans. Yes. After the merit list is published by the Medical Counselling Committee, qualified candidates will have to register with FMSc through their official website – fmsc.ac.in. Registration in the website will require multiple documents to be uploaded. 

2. How Many Rounds of Counselling for DU MBBS will be Conducted?

Ans. Three rounds of counselling are conducted – Round 1, Round 2, and Mop-up Round. These three rounds of counselling take place consecutively. When one round of counselling concludes, the allotment list is made available. 

3. How is the Seat Allotment Released after Counselling?

Ans. The list of DU MBBS seat allotment 2020 will be published separately after each round of counselling, that is, Round 1, Round 2, and Mop-up Round. The lists are made available on the official website.