Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2017 – The admission to MBBS and BDS programmes offered in all medical and dental colleges of Maharashtra will be done on the basis of NEET 2017 score. The application form of Maharashtra MBBS 2017 has been made available from June 28 to July 10, 2017, in online mode. Based on the details of the registered candidates’ the admission committee of DMER has prepared the provisional Maharashtra MBBS merit list on July 12, 2017. The common counselling will be done by the Directorate of Medical Education, Maharashtra, for 85% state quota seats for admission to medical and dental colleges from July 24, 2017. Maharashtra MBBS admission is the basis for admission to nearly 5230 MBBS and 2460 BDS seats will be offered in around 70 government as well as private medical and dental colleges of Maharashtra. For the complete details like schedule, eligibility criteria, application process, merit list and counselling of Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2017, read article below.
15% of the seats in Government medical and dental colleges of Maharashtra are reserved for all India quota (AIQ) and the counselling for this quota shall be conducted by Medical Council Committee (MCC). The 85% state quota seats in state government medical and dental colleges of Maharashtra will be filled through counselling conducted by Directorate of Medical Education, Maharashtra.
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Below are the important dates related to the admission process of Maharashtra MBBS 2017
|S. No.||Maharashtra MBBS 2017 Admission Events||Dates|
|1.||Declaration of NEET 2017 Result (expected)||June 26, 2017|
|2.||Online Registration / Application form||June 28, 2017|
|3.||Last date to register||July 10, 2017|
|4.||Publication of provisional merit list||July 12, 2017|
|5.||Document Verification at 4 Centers||July 14, 2017, onwards|
|6.||Publication of Revised Provisional merit list||July 24, 2017|
|7.||Online Preferences (Choices) Filling from||July 24 to 27, 2017|
|8.||Commencement of Academic session||August 1, 2017|
|9.||Release of cutoff for MBBS and BDS course||August 31, 2017|
The application form of Maharashtra MBBS 2017 is available from June 28, 2017, in online mode. The last date to fill and submit the form is July 10. The candidate desirous of admission through NEET 2017 in the state of Maharashtra will have to pay Rs 1,000/- as an administrative charge. The candidate has to pay by Challan at state Bank of India of Rs 1,000/ + Rs. 60/ bank charges. This amount is non-refundable. The candidates will have to provide their personal, educational, address and NEET exam details in the application form. The link to fill Maharashtra MBBS 2017 application form will be provided on this page on June 28, 2017.
In order to be eligible to apply for the medical and dental colleges of Maharashtra, the applicants need to fulfil the following criteria:
Age – The applicant should be at least 17 years old at the time of admission.
Nationality – An Indian citizen/Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) and Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) are also eligible to apply for Maharashtra MBBS 2017 admission
Domicile – To avail the domicile reservation, the candidate should be certified citizen of Maharashtra.
Open category: The candidate must have 50% (150 out of 300) marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together at the HSC (or equivalent) Examination.
Constitutional reservation: Person with disability claim of this category must have obtained 40% (120 out of 300) marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together at the HSC (or equivalent) Examination. For the complete details on the constitutional reservation offered to the various category candidates, go through the table below.
Person with disability: General candidate in disability category have to secure 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology (PCB) taken together at the HSC (or equivalent) Examination.
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The provisional state Merit List of Maharashtra MBBS 2017 has been released on July 12, 2017. It contain the name of qualified candidates along with NEET 2017 combined and subject wise score. The candidates who are listed in the provisional merit list will be called for the document verification round and thereafter final Maharashtra MBBS 2017 merit list will be published.
Document verification round
The document verification round will commence on July 14, 2017. The candidates have to bring necessary originals documents along with one set attested photocopies. This must be noted that final eligibility of the candidate will subject to successful document verification. Below are document candidates need to bring for the verification purpose:
- Admit card of NEET 2017
- Latest copy of online application Form
- NEET 2017 Mark sheet
- Nationality certificate issued by district magistrate/additional district magistrate or metropolitan magistrate (competent authority for issue of such certificate)/ valid Indian passport /school leaving certificate of HSC/12th Std. indicating the nationality of the candidate as ‘Indian’
- Domicile certificate issued by district magistrate/metropolitan magistrate/ additional district magistrate or competent authority for issue of such certificate
- H.S.C. (or equivalent) examination mark sheet
- SSC (or equivalent) passing certificate (for date of birth)
- Aadhaar Card
- Medical fitness certificate
- Caste certificate
- Caste validity certificate
- Non Creamy layer certificate valid up to March 31, 2018
- Ex-servicemen certificate, actual service certificate
- Domicile certificate of defence person
- Transfer certificate
- Disputed area certificate, Mother tongue certificate, SSC/HSC from MKB area
- Parent Domicile certificate
- SSC/HSC of candidate from hilly area for person with disability (PWD)
- Medical fitness certificate of authorised medical board
For the document verification, four centres will be set up. The applicant needs to select one while filling the application form. Below are the options of document verification centres:
|City||Name of the Centre|
|Mumbai||Grant Government Medical College, Sir J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai – 400 008|
|Pune||B.J. Government Medical College, Pune|
|Aurangabad||Government Medical College, Aurangabad|
|Nagpur||Government Medical College, Nagpur|
Note – Only those candidates who are will be found eligible during document verification and received acknowledgement of document verification, can fill the Preference Form
Publication of final Maharashtra MBBS 2017 merit list
After the successful document verification, the final merit list of Maharashtra MBBS 2017 will be released on July 24. Based on the order of the final merit list, admission to MBBS and BDS courses of medical and dental institutes of the state will be offered.
The counselling process of Maharashtra MBBS 2017 will commence from July 24, 2017. Below are the important points related to the Maharashtra MBBS 2017 counselling
- There will be two rounds of the counselling.
- The candidates will have to fill and submit the online preference form for the counselling and seat allocation process. Candidate can fill Minimum 1 to 300 preferences.
- The candidate can fill online preference form multiple time before clicking on submit button. Once submit button is clicked, no changes can be made.
- For both the rounds, the choices filled in online preference form will be used.
- If after the completion of the first round, the participant is not allotted seat, they will be eligible to participate in the second round.
- Also, the candidate who have been allotted seat in the first round will get the chance of betterment of seat in second round.
- If a candidate is selected and did not join the college/course, one becomes ineligible to participate in further round of the counselling process.
- The candidates willing to discontinue the participation in admission process can opt for ‘status retention form’.
- After the seat allotment, candidate will have to report along with all original certificates and a set of attested photocopies of each document.
- The Dean/Principal should verify all the original documents before finalising the admission.
- After conducting two or more rounds of seats for Government/private colleges, if seats remain vacant, it will be filled in Mop-Up round.
|Reservation from available State quota||Reservation from Private Unaided Institutions/Colleges|
|Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Caste converts to Buddhism (SC)||13%||6.5%|
|Scheduled Tribes (ST)||7%||3.5%|
|Vimukta Jati (VJ) DT-A||3%||1.5%|
|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%||1.0%|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC) including SBC||19%||9.5|
All India surrender seat / Deemed University surrender seat / newly created seat: seats are available and are to be filled through State CET Cell, fresh preference(s)will be called from the eligible candidates at the appropriate time.
Fees structure of Government colleges of Maharashtra for the academic year 2017-2018
Below is the fee structure of medical and dental courses in Government medical and dental colleges of Maharashtra along with the other charges.
|Course||Development Fee per annum||Annual Tuition fee per annum|
|Medical||Rs. 70,900||Rs. 5000|
|Dental||Rs. 53,200||Rs. 3,000|
|Admission Fee||Rs. 1,500||at the time of admission|
|Gymkhana Fee||Rs. 500||per annum|
|Hostel Fee||Rs. 4,000||per annum|
|Library Fee||Rs. 2,000||Deposit – once – At the time of admission|
|Rs. 1,000||per annum|
|Tuition Fee||Rs. 10,000||per annum|
|Library Fee||Rs. 2,000||per annum|
|Hostel Fee||Rs. 12,600||per annum|
|Caution Money||Rs. 5,000||Deposit – once – At the time of admission|
Note – fee for the course will have to be paid at the respective college by Demand Draft from any Nationalised / Scheduled commercial bank in favour of Dean/Principal of College
Service Bond & Penalty
As per Government resolution candidates who joined against the seats of Government/Municipal Corporation colleges or are Government of India nominee. Such candidates will need to sign a bond to serve the Government of Maharashtra or local self government or Defence services for a period of one year after the completion of internship. In case the candidate fails to do so, a penalty of Rs.10,00,000/ will be charged. Additionally, the candidate need to to sign an undertaking to the effect that he/she will not leave India within a period of five years from the date of obtaining the degree, otherwise Rs. 10,00,000/- will be paid by him/her as penalty. This penalty is also applicable to any candidate canceling the admission after cutoff of MBBS/BDS is released irrespective of admission quota of the candidate.
In the table below, the list of medical and dental colleges is being provided along with the intake capacity and ownership.
Medical Colleges (MBBS)
|S. No.||Name of College||Intake capacity||Type of ownership|
|1.||Grant Government Medical College,||200||Government|
|2.||Lokmanya Tilak Medical College||150||Corporation|
|3.||Seth G. S. Medical College||180||Corporation|
|4.||Topiwala National Medical College||120||Corporation|
|5.||Rajiv Gandhi Medical College & Cht.||60||Corporation|
|6.||B. J. Government Medical College,||200||Government|
|7.||Dr. Vaishampayam Memorial Govt.||150||Government|
|8.||Government Medical College,||150||Government|
|9.||Shri. Bhausaheb Hire Govt. Medical||100||Government|
|10.||R.C.S.M. Govt. Medical College||150||Government|
|11.||Medical College & Dr.R.N. Cooper||150||Corporation|
|12.||Government Medical College||200||Government|
|13.||Indira Gandhi Medical College||150||Government|
|14.||Government Medical College||100||Government|
|15.||Government Medical College||100||Government|
|16.||Shri. Vasantrao Naik Govt. Medical||150||Government|
|17.||Government Medical College||150||Government|
|18.||Government Medical College, Ghati||150||Government|
|19.||Dr. Shankarrao Chavan, Government Medical hospital||100||Government|
|20.||Swami Ramanand Teerth Rural Medical College||100||Government|
|21.||Government Medical College||150||Government|
|22.||K. J. Somaiya Medical College, Eastern||50||Government|
|23.||Terna Medical College||100||Private|
|24.||B.K.L. Walawalkar Rural Medical College||100||Private|
|25.||Talegaon General Hospital, Tal. Maval||150||Private|
|26.||Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College||150||Private|
|27.||Ashwin Rural Med. College, Hospital & Research Centres||150||Private|
|28.||Dr. Vasantrao Pawar Medical College & Research Centres||120||Private|
|29.||A.C.P.M. Medical College||0||Private|
|30.||Pad. V.V. Patil F’s Medical College||150||Private|
|31.||Dr. Ulhas Patil Medical College||150||Private|
|32.||Prakash institute of medical sciences & Research||150||Private|
|33.||S.M.B.T.Institute of Medical Sciences & Research||150||Private|
|34.||Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research||100||Private|
|35.||Vedanta Institute Of Medical Sciences,||150||Private|
|36.||N.K.P. Salve Institute of Med. Sciences||150||Private|
|37.||Dr. Punjabrao Deshmukh Smruti Medical College||100||Private|
|38.||Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Science||100||Private|
|39.||M.I.M.S.R. Medical College||150||Private|
|40.||JIIU’s Indian Inst. of Med. Scien. & Research||100||Private (Muslim minority)|
Dental Colleges (for BDS course)
|S. No.||Name of College||Intake capacity||Type of ownership|
|1.||Government Dental College & Hospital||100||Government|
|2.||Nair Hospital Dental College||60||Corporation|
|3.||Government Dental College & Hospital, Marathwada||50||Government|
|4.||Government Dental College & Hospital, Aurangabad||50||Government|
|5.||Dr. G. D. Pol Foundation, Y.M.T. Dental||100||Private|
|6.||T.P.C. T.’s Terna Dental College & Hospital||100||Private|
|7.||M. G. M.’s Dental College & Hospital||100||Private|
|8.||Yogita Dental College & Hospital||100||Private|
|9.||Shan Edu.Society’s Guardian College of Dental Sciences & Research Centre||0||Private|
|10.||Vasantdada Patil Dental College & Hospital||40||Private|
|11.||M. A. Rangoonwala College of Dental Science and Reserach Centre||100||Muslim minority|
|12.||P.D.U. Dental College||100||Private|
|13.||Tatyasaheb Kore Dental College & Research Centre||60||Private|
|14.||Sinhgad Dental College & Hospital Research Centres||100||Private|
|15.||D.Y. Patil Dental School, Dr. D.Y. Patil||100||Private|
|16.||MGVM’s KBH, Dental College & Hospital||100||Private|
|17.||Dental College & Hospital, Sangamner,||100||Private|
|18.||JMF’s A. C. P. M. Dental College,||100||Private|
|19.||Late Shri. YCM Dental College & Hospital||100||Private|
|20.||SMBT Institute of Dental Sciences & Research||100||Private|
|21.||VSPM’s Dental College, Near C. R. P. F||100||Private|
|22.||V. Y. W. S. Dental College & Hospital||50||Private|
|23.||Swargiya Dadasaheb Kalmegh Smruti Dental College & Hospital, Wanadongri||100||Private|
|24.||Dr. Rajesh Ramdasji Kambe Dental College||0||Private|
|25.||C.S.M.S.S.’s Dental College & Hospital||100||Private|
|26.||Maharashtra Institute of Dental Sciences & Research||100||Private|
|27.||Aditya Dental College||100||Private|
|28.||Saraswati Dhanwantari Dental College & Hospital||100||Private|
|29.||Dr. Hedgewar Smruti Rugna Seva||50||Private|
|30.||Nanded Rural Dental College & Research||100||Private|
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