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Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) is the dream course for numerous students across the country. Studying this predominant professional course is a herculean task as the number of students aspiring for the course is very high compared to the number of seats available in the Indian Medical Institutes. With the right information in hand the students can easily secure the admission in MBBS course.
The medical aspirants, who are aspiring to get admission in the medical institutions, must start preparing for the NEET examination. The single window for the MBBS admission process in India medical Institution is NEET. It is mandatory for the candidates to appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS are the entrance examinations that are merged with the NEET, thus making NEET the sole entrance exam for the medical admission.
The Supreme Court of India has given the directives that NEET will be the only entrance examination in India conducted for the MBBS admission in India. The NEET score will form the basis for the MBBS admission in all government, private, central and deemed universities across the country. The MBBS seat allocation process will be carried on through the counseling process based on the rank obtained by the student in the NEET exam.
Every aspirant of MBBS degree in India must take the NEET examination and clear the examination with required cut off to be eligible for the NEET counseling process. The counseling process will be conducted in three rounds including the mop up round. 15% of seats in all government colleges (except Jammu and Kashmir) are reserved for the MCC counseling process under the AIQ reservation. Admission in the deemed university will be conducted at national level. The remaining 85% seats and private institution seats will be filled by the counseling process conducted by the respective state medical council.
MBBS ENTRANCE EXAMINATION:
In India, the NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is the only entrance exam for the MBBS admission process. The students have to appear for the examination and clear the exam with required eligible cut off. In earlier days there were number of other entrance examinations available for the MBBS admission process like, AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS. These exams are merged under the NEET exam and NEET is made mandatory for the medical aspirants
The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for the medical aspirants. This is the singe entrance examination conducted for the medical admission in the Indian medical institutions. This is an offline examination i.e. paper and pen mode, conducted yearly once for the medical aspirants. NEET examination is the single entrance examination conducted for all the medical courses including, MBBS, BDS, BHMS and other medical undergraduate courses.
NEET EXAM PATTERN:
NEET RESULT 2020:
The NEET UG 2020 result will be released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on their official website ntsneet.nic.in in online mode. The candidates can login using their username and password. They can download their NEET score card from their official website after the scorecard release. In the score card, the candidates subject wise percentage, total marks, all India rank etc. will be mentioned. This result is valid only for the academic year 2020-21. MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS and other medical courses admission in the Indian Medical colleges will be based on the NEET score.
NEET UG 2020 RESULT DETAILS:
The following details are mentioned in the NEET UG result score card.
- Candidate's Roll Number
- Application Number
- Personal Details (including candidate’s name, father’s and mother’s name, gender, DOB, nationality, category/sub-category, etc.)
- Percentile obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology)
- Total Marks obtained
- Percentile Score
- NEET 2020 All India Rank
- NEET Qualifying Status
- NEET AIR for 15% AIQ seats
- NEET Cutoff Score
NEET UG CUTOFF 2020:
The candidate is considered as NEET qualifier if they obtain the minimum qualifying percentile. The minimum qualifying details is decided by the NTA and the qualifying score differs based on the category of the students. The minimum qualifying percentiles required to clear the NEET exam is given below for your reference,
MBBS ADMISSION PROCESS:
The MBBS admission process in India is based on the NEET UG score. Students who have passed 10+2 exam with physics, chemistry and biology(Zoology & Botany) with at least 50% marks are eligible for admission into MBBS course. Who wish to get MBBS Admission after class 12 must start preparing for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).Because NEET is only one way of getting MBBS Admission in india. The aspirants have to appear for the NEET examination and clear the examination with qualifying percentile to get admission in the medical colleges. The counseling process will be conducted in stages. They are,
1. AIQ seats counseling conducted by the MCC for the 15% seats
2. State quota counseling conducted by the respective state counseling authority for the 85% seats.
Counseling overview will be as follows,
DGHS- Directorate General of Health Science
15% SEATS COUNSELLING:
The MCC is the authority responsible for filling in the 15% of seats in the government medical college sand the deemed universities. The Directorate General of Health Science is conducting the counseling process on behalf of the MCC. The counseling will be conducted in the three rounds including the mop up round. The seats remaining vacant after the MCC counseling will be reverted back to the state counseling authority for their counseling process. The students will attend the counseling based on their NEET ranking. The aspirants can apply for both the counseling.
STATE MEDICAL COUNSELLING:
The state medical counseling are responsible for filling the medical admission process in the 85% of seats in government medical colleges and the private medical institution seats of the respective state. The counseling process will be conducted in three rounds including the mop up round. The students are invited to the counseling process based on their NEET scores. The state counseling will be conducted after the commencement of the AIQ counseling. The students aspiring for medical course have to attend the NEET examination and clear the exam with required cut off to participate in the counseling process. After the counseling the student can report to the preferred college and get admitted for the medical course.
15% NRI QUOTA SEATS:
· In the state counseling process, 15% of seats in the private medical institutions are reserved for the NRI and foreign medical aspirants. These candidates can get seat in the Indian Medical Colleges only if they have cleared the NEET UG examination. The NRI students and the foreign nations can get admission in the medical institutions if they have the following eligibility criteria,
· Nationality: Non Resident Indians (NRIs), Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), Persons with Indian Origin (PIO) and Foreign Nationals are eligible to apply for the NEET 2020.
· Age limit: the candidate must be 17 years of age on 31st December 2019. There is no upper age limit for the examination
· Qualification: Applicants must have qualified Class 12 or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology /Biotechnology and English as subjects. Candidates appearing for their class 12 or equivalent are also entitled to perform for the exam.
· Cleared the NEET UG examination.
DIRECT MBBS ADMISSION PROCESS:
Getting MBBS admission without NEET exam is not possible in the Indian medical institutes. Clearing NEET examination is mandatory for the MBBS admission process. The students aspiring for the medical institutions have an option to go for admission process through donation process. The vacant medical seats after the mop up round and the unfilled seats in NRI quota seats will be transferred back to the colleges for direct MBBS admission process. The students can directly approach the colleges and get admission through the payment process, if there is seat availability. But the direct admission process is available only if they are clearing the NEET examination.