The NEET 2021 examination took place under strict COVID protocols and according to reports more than 16 lakhs of students from all around the country have registered for the NEET examination. The result of the NEET examinations are expected to be released towards the end of October and students are eagerly waiting for the results. The NEET counselling will be conducted soon after the results under the guidance of respective authorities.

The Maharashtra Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) is the official authority for Maharashtra MBBS admission. The information brochure for Maharashtra MBBS 2021 admission will be available at info.mahacet.org and Following the release of the booklet, DMER will begin online registration for Maharashtra NEET admission. Here in this article let’s read about the complete state counselling process of Maharashtra.

Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2021: Important Dates

EventDate
Release of information BroucherYet to be announced
Start date Yet to be announced
Last date to fill the application Yet to be announced
Last date for fee payment Yet to be announced
Online Choice Filling Yet to be announced
Release of Merit list Yet to be announced
Release of Selection List Yet to be announced
Reporting to the allotted college Yet to be announced

Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2021: NEET Admission 2021

Admissions to different medical colleges in Maharashtra will be allocated by the respective authority on the basis of NEET scores. The below table shows the seat distribution and admission criteria to these medical seats

Seat DistributionAdmission Criteria
Admission to 15% of AIQ seatsMCC will conduct the counselling process in two rounds and the admissions will be based on the NEET scores
Admission to 85% of state quota seatsMaharashtra’scounselling authority called DMER organizes seat allotment for admission to 85 per cent of state quota seats in MBBS based on NEET scores.
Admissions to various Private Medical CollegesDMER will use NEET information to allocate admission to private medical college seats
Admission to Deemed universitiesMCC conducts three rounds of seat allotment for admissions in Deemed Universities
Admission to Central universities MCC conducts three rounds of seat allotment for admissions in Central Universities

Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2021: Eligibility Criteria

Nationality: Who are eligible?

  1. OCI-Overseas Citizens of India
  2. NRIs
  3. Candidates outside Maharashtra

OCIs are eligible for medical admission in government, cooperation, government-aided, and private unaided colleges in 2021. NRIs are only eligible for institutional quota admission, which is 15% of seats at private unaided colleges.

Domicile

Candidates must be Maharashtra residents or have lived in the state for a minimum of ten years.

Age

Candidates born on or before December 31, 2020, are only eligible.

Academic Qulaification

  1. Students must have completed their Class 12 at a state-based school or institute
  2. In the class 12 examination, UR students must achieve at least 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English, while reserved candidates must score at least 40% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English.

Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2021: Previous Year Cut off

CategoryNEET UG cutoff percentileNEET cut off 2020 score
General50th percentile720-147
General-PH45th percentile146-129
SC/ST/OBC40th percentile146-113
SC/ST/OBC-PH40th percentile128-113

Related Blog – Everythig you want to know about NEET Counselling

The cut-off score for NEET 2021 will be announced soon

Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2021: Admission Procedure

Steps to fill the application form

  1. Go to their official website
  2. Fill up your personal information, such as your name, parent’s name, category, and birth date.
  3. Enter NEET 2021 information such as application form number, marks obtained, and so on.
  4. Enter the details of your Class 10 and 12 or comparable exams, including the state, district, qualifying status, passing year, and marks earned.
  5. Fill in reservation details
  6. Pay the required fee amount using online transaction method
  7. After filling all details carefully you can upload the required documents.

Documents to upload

  1. A copy of the NEET application form for 2021
  2. NEET 2021 Admit Card
  3. Any photo ID proof
  4. NEET 2021 Result Copy.
  5. Nationality Certificate
  6. Domicile Certificate
  7. Class 10 board exam certificate
  8. Birth Certificate
  9. Class 12 marks card
  10. Medical fitness certificate
  11. Caste Certificate
  12. Reservation Certificate (if applicable)
  13. Special reservation claim (if applicable)
  14. Minority Certificate (if applicable)
  15. Transfer Certificate

Document Verification Centres

CityLocation
MumbaiGrant Government Medical College
AurangabadAurangabad Government Medical College
Nagpur Nagpur Government Medical College
PuneB.J. Government Medical College

Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2021: Top 10 Medical Colleges

NoCollegeNo. of seats
01Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha250
02Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College and General Hospital150
03ACPM Medical College100
04Dr Shankarrao Chavan Govt. Medical College150
05Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences200
06Padmashree Dr D.Y.Patil Medical College250
07Grant Medical College250
08Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College200
09Aurangabad Government Medical College200
10Nagpur Government Medical College250
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