NTA NEET 2021: How to get admission in MBBS course in government colleges?
It is a dream for many to serve the society in the best possible way with a respectable and reputable profession like being a doctor. At present, it is one of the most demanding careers as well.
Every year lakhs of medical aspirants strive to get admission into a Government MBBS College. The dream of becoming a doctor comes to life when one qualifies for the NEET exam conducted by NTA for filling the vacant seats in government medical institutes.
How to get admission in MBBS in Government College: Basic details about NEET
NEET i.e. National eligibility cum entrance test is a National Medical Entrance Exam conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) every year. Thousands of aspirants of the medical stream participate in NEET in order to get admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH and other medical courses.
This exam is conducted every year by NTA which releases the detailed notifications from time to time specifying the eligibility criteria, required percentile, age limit, and minimum qualifying marks for the candidates.
After passing the NEET exam, candidates who become successful in getting cutoff marks become eligible for the admission process. The admission to government colleges is based on quota system.
Total Seats Available in Various Government Medical/MBBS Institutes
- MBBS: 67,000
- BDS: 27,000
- AYUSH: 30,000
From the above approximation, it is clearly visible that the number of seats in total is 124000 whereas the number of average candidates appeared for NEET every year is approximately 15-16 lakhs.
Therefore, to get admission in govt. medical college, one must be highly competitive in studies.
There are some private medical colleges or institutes are also available that can help many aspirants with low NEET scores, but they charge a huge amount in terms of donation and tuition fees. It is very convenient to get admission to these colleges if one has got the required amount of money to be paid as fees.
How to get Admission to MBBS courses in Govt. College under 15% Quota
Candidates who become successful in getting cutoff marks in NEET exams are eligible for the admission process. The admission to government colleges is done based on all India quota (AIQ) and state quota seats.
15% seats will be filled by AIQ whereas 85% of seats will be filled by the state quota. The admission to 15% AIQ seats in government MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, and BSc courses are done by the MCC (medical counseling committee) whereas the allocation of 85% state seats is done by the State counseling committee based on NEET scores.
How to get Admission to MBBS in Govt. College: The Beginning of NEET Counseling Process
It must be kept in mind that only eligible aspirants will be able to register themselves for the 15% AIQ seat allotment process.
Candidates who want to get admission to govt. medical colleges or MBBS institutes need to fill both phases of NEET registration.
List of Document for Phase 2 Registration of NEET exam
- Certificate of class 10th
- Certificate of class 12th
- Category certificate
- Certificate of residence
- Photograph of the candidate
- Signature of the candidate
- Candidate’s Thumb’s impression
- Credentials of NEET phase 1 registration
How to get Admission to MBBS in Govt. College: Steps involved for NEET Counseling registration
A candidate may follow these steps in the NEET 2021 counseling registration to get admission to govt. MBBS colleges.
- Visit the official website.
- Click on the Events tab.
- A link for phase 2 registration will appear there.
- Log in with your credentials, made at the time of phase 1 registration.
- Fill in all the details asked and recheck it.
- Click on the “submit” button after verifying the details,.
- The final step is to make payment of fees.
After completion of the registration process, candidates need to fill in the choices from their registered account on the MCC portal.
Based on the AIR obtained by a candidate in NEET 2021 and choices filled in the registration form, a seat allotment list will be prepared which would be uploaded on the official website.
Admission in MBBS in Government Colleges under 85 % State Quota
The allocation of the remaining 85% of seats is done by the State counseling committee on the basis of NEET scores. Admission to private colleges is done by the state counseling committee. MBBS admissions to govt. colleges of every state are granted only to the domicile candidates of the particular state.
Eligibility Criteria for MBBS Admission via state quota
The basic eligibility criterion for getting admission to MBBS in government colleges isprovided below:
- Candidate must be 17 years of age.
- Candidate must have passed class 12th or equivalent examination by securing minimum qualifying percentile in PCB (Physics, Chemistry and Biology).
- Candidate must fulfill the domicile requirement set by the specific state authorities for admission to govt. MBBS colleges.
- Candidates must secure NEET cut-off marks.
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