Maharashtra MBBS Counselling 2019 – Important Dates & Admission Procedure


The NEET UG entrance was conducted on May 05, 2019 by the NTA across different states of India. It is one of the crucial examinations for students who wish avail admission in MBBS and BDS courses in the country. Post results the next step will be the counselling process. It will be conducted by the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Mumbai. It will take place in the fourth week of June. The process will be carried on through the online mode wherein the students must foremost fill in their preferences while registering for the counselling process on the official website.

Publishing of Merit List

The provisional merit list will be released by the State government soon after which the candidates will be required to get their documents verified in any of the four centres from the mentioned ones during the online registration process. After the conclusion of the verification procedure, yet another merit list will be published by the state government enlisting the names of the candidates whose documents were verified. Also, it has to be noted that only those students who have got their documents verified are eligible for participating in the Maharashtra MBBS counselling process for 2019.

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About Counseling 2019 process

The NEET counselling 2019 in Maharashtra will be conducted solely through the online mode. Herein, the candidates will have to submit their list of preferences during the form filling process. These preferences will be centrally assessed and later on the names of selected candidates will be declared later. The stepwise procedure for the counselling is mentioned below:

1. Login and Registration

It has to be noted that only those candidates who have filled the application form and have got the verification of document done are eligible to register for the Maharashtra MBBS Counseling. Once done, candidates can move on to the next step by logging in the website using the application number, username, password and document verification code that will be used at the time of filling the Maharashtra MBBS application form 2019.

2. Filling of college code

The NEET counselling for MBBS and BDS examination is carried on in a comprehensive and detailed manner, thereby leaving no room for any doubt or query. Herein, after registering for the counselling the next step is filling the college code.

To begin with, the college code is a four-digit number with either S or N suffix in addition to each college and combination of course. Every candidate can either fill a single preference or maximum preferences as per their desire. However, there is no compulsion to fill all preferences. The course and college code must be mentioned in addition to the four digit number with a special suffix of either N (NRI) or S (State Quota).

(Note: All government and government-aided colleges will be listed under state quota whereas private unaided or Minority Health Science Colleges will have a preference code with a suffix of S or N)

3. Choice Filling and Submission

Once the students have logged in the next step is to fill the choices online in the preference form. The choices can range from one to a maximum of 300. After they are done filling the choices they must click on the ‘Submit’ button so as to lock their choices. It is recommended for the students to be well aware of what preferences they are filling as no changes will be allowed later on. Also, those who fail to fill in the preferences at the time of submission, such application forms will be rejected.

4. Allotment of Seats

The seat allotment will be published by the authorities. If the candidates have their name listed in the document then they have four options to select their college which is listed below:

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1st Choice

Candidates who are satisfied with the allotted seats and do not wish to wish to participate in the further rounds of counselling must fill the Status Retention Form. Further, the candidate will be required to download the admission order and thereby report to the college with the necessary documents. They must further make the fee payment for admission. In this scenario, the candidate can no more participate in the further counselling process. The candidates are required to report to the said college on the mentioned day and schedule, failing which their admission fee will be fortified and admission will stand cancelled.

2nd Choice

In this scenario, the students who are already allotted seats during the process, yet want to participate in the further rounds of counselling can opt for this choice. However, herein the candidates will have to report to the respective college for admission, get the documents verified and fees paid, yet will be considered for the next round of interview. If the students are allotted a higher option in the next round than the earlier, the previously allotted seat will stand cancelled. However, if the higher option is not in their favour then the previous seat will still remain uncancelled.

3rd Choice

All those candidates who are not much satisfied with their allotted seats can opt for this option. Herein, they must cancel their previous allotted seat and re-order the already allotted options.

4th Choice

Candidates who are not satisfied with the counselling process and do not wish to participate in the further rounds can have their allotted seats stand cancelled.

Documents required for submission

Candidates must carry the following documents at the time of verification and when reporting to the respective colleges. The important documents are as follows:

  • NEET Admit Card 2019
  • NEET Score Card 2019
  • A printed copy of MBBS application form
  • Nationality Certificate/ Indian Passport
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Class 10th Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate
  • Class 12th Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate
  • Aadhar Card
  • Medical Fitness Certificate
  • Caste Certificate/ PwD Certificate/ Non-Creamy layer Certificate (if required)

How to make payment of Fee for MBBS Counselling 2019?

All the candidates must pay their fee to the respective colleges in the form of a demand draft either from a scheduled bank or a nationalized bank in favour of the Dean or Principle as applicable. In situations when the candidate wishes to withdraw their admission in the particular college, then a total amount of Rs. 1500/- will be deducted from the total fees and refunded before the date of the cutoff.

Structure of Course FEES

Course Annual Fee (INR) Development Fee (INR)
Medical 78,000 5,000
Dental 58,600 3,000

In addition, to the above Tuition fees, few institutions may also include the following prices:

Item INR Remark
Admission Fee 1,500 At the time of Admission
Gymkhana Fee 500 Annually
Hostel Fee 4,000 Annually
Library Fee 2,000/1000 As Deposit fee at the time of Admission/ Annually

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