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All India MBBS & BDS Counseling Explanation.

There are so many doubts & queries among the candidates & parents about All India Admission/counseling process.

For clearing all such doubts, I have written this article, in a simple FAQs manner so that candidates can understand it better.

Q- What is the All India Counseling process?

Ans-There are mainly Two types of admission process for MBBS & BDS courses 15% of total Intake government colleges (MBBS & BDS) seats, 100% All India Deemed Medical & Dental Colleges seats & 50% Central university colleges seats are filled from All India Counselling. And these seats are available to all the NEET qualified candidates. Any state candidates can take admission to anywhere in India through All India Counselling, the medical counseling committee DGHS/ mcc.nin.in conduct the counselling/admission process.

Q- Which Colleges come under the All India Counselling Process?

Ans-MCC will be doing Counseling for 15% AIQ, 100% Deemed Universities, Central Universities (Delhi University, AMU & BHU including Institutional/ Domicile Quota), ESIC & AFMS & 100% seats of VMMC & SJH (15% AIQ + 85% Institutional Quota ).

Q- Who are Eligible for Central Universities Counseling?

Ans: 1) Delhi University (LHMC, UCMS, MAMC): – 15% Seats will be contributed to All India Quota & for the rest 85% seats, candidates who have studied 11th & 12th grade in Delhi are eligible for Institutional Quota of 85%.

2) Aligarh Muslim University (AMU):- will have 50% Institutional reservation for the candidates who have studied from their schools for the last 3 years. The undersigned office has already informed AMU to provide the list of enrolled candidates who will be eligible for AMU for this academic session. The rest 50% of seats will be open to all eligible candidates for NEET.

3) BHU:- The Eligibility criteria for BHU, will be all candidates who are eligible for NEET counseling will be eligible to participate in BHU Counseling for all seats of BHU.

4) Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi: 03 (Three) seats of BDS are under the internal quota of Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi and 47 (forty-seven) seats of BDS as per the category mentioned in seat matrix are open to all. Students of Jamia who have passed their qualifying examination (X or XII) from Jamia Schools as regular students are eligible for participation under the internal quota of Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi.

5) VMMC & SJH: 15% +AIR seats of Institute Quota for AIQ and rest for candidates of Delhi who have studied 11th and 12th standard in Delhi.

Q- Who are eligible for ESIC Counseling?

Ans-Regarding eligibility for ESI 15% of seats would be allotted through All India Quota and seats left over after contribution to state quota would be reserved for candidates who are Wards of Insured persons of ESI. The data of Insured persons will be validated by ESI Authorities and this will be incorporated in the NIC software before the processing of the result. There will be no priority grouping as per PG ESI policy.

Q- Who are eligible for AFMS Counseling?

Ans: Candidates who desire to participate in AFMS Counseling will be allowed to register with an option that they are willing to take part in AFMS Counseling and the list of such candidates will be sent to AFMS Authorities for conducting Offline counseling with respect to Physical Fitness and Personality Test website https://www.afmcdg1d.gov.in . The result will be sent back to MCC for display on the MCC website.

Q- What are the various fee to be paid at the time of registration?

Ans:- At the time of registration students have to pay two kinds of fees. For Deemed Universities Non-Refundable Registration fee:- Rs. 5000/-(same for all candidates) Refundable Security amount:- Rs. 2,00,000/- e.g Any candidate opting for Deemed University will have to pay Rs 5000/- Non Refundable fee + Rs 2,00,000/- Refundable security amount at the time of Registration. For (15% All India Quota)/ Central Universities (DU, AMU, BHU and Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi)/AFMS & ESI Non-Refundable Registration fee:- Rs. 1000/- for UR candidates & Rs. There are so many doubts & queries among the candidates about All India Admission/counseling process.

Q- In case the candidate had to apply for both AIQ and Deemed University should the candidate pay the fee for both?

Ans. No, in such cases the candidate has to pay only the higher fee i.e. of Deemed University Rs. 5000/- (counselling/registration) plus Rs 2,00,000/- (security amount).

Q- Can candidates change their category from Open to EWS or OBC to Open for All India Counselling while registration?

Ans- Candidates can’t change their category for all India counseling, their same category will be remain but candidates can change their category for the state counseling process while registering for state counseling.

Q- Can a candidate leave or not claim his All India 1st round allotted seat without penalty?

Ans-Candidates who had participated in Round one and were allotted a seat but did not report to the allotted institute and not secure a seat are also eligible to participate in Round 2nd counseling without any fresh Registration or penalty

Q- Can a candidate resign from his All India 1st round allotted seat without penalty? 

Ans-Candidate can resign from his All India 1st round allotted seat without penalty for that candidate will have to pay rupees 1500 for government MBBS/BDS or 10,000 for Deemed MBBS/BDS seat against cancellation fees to resining institution 

Q- What if a candidate does not report to or secure their 2nd Round Allotted seat?

4- Candidate who has been allotted a seat in Round-2 but does not report at the college in that case his refundable security deposit fee will not be refunded back to him

Q- Can candidates leave or resigned from his 2nd round allotted seat after securing admission?

 6- Candidates who have joined Round 2nd allotted seat Central Universities AIQ/Deemed will not be allowed to leave the allotted seat and also their names will be circulated to all concerned Counseling authorities, making them non-eligible for further rounds of counseling. (means such candidates counseling process will be over).

– By Muzaffar Khan


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