DU MBBS Eligibility Criteria 2017: The eligibility criteria for DU MBBS BDS 2017 admissions have been declared by the Counselling Conducting Authority, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi. Admissions to DU MBBS BDS 2017 programmes will be on the basis of candidate’s score in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017. Candidates willing to take admissions to DU MBBS BDS programmes must read all the eligibility details like age, education qualification etc.
Aspirant applying for NEET 2017 is eligible to apply for DU MBBS BDS 2017. Further, candidates who qualify the NEET 2017 will be called for counselling either under 15% All India Quota seats or state quota seats prescribed under NEET 2017.
- Predict your rank before actual result.
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- Know the overall NEET UG scoring pattern.
NEET 2017 has replaced the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) as per the orders of Supreme Court. At present, NEET 2017 is thesingle entrance exam for admissions to MBBS BDS programmes in central, government, private and deemed medical institutions across country. All institution or state level exams have been scrapped.
Candidates can read below the DU MBBS 2017 eligibility criteria:
Aspirants applying for DU MBBS BDS 2017 must be Indian National/Overseas citizen of India
In terms of age limit aspirants should complete 17 years of age on or before 31st December, 2017
Applicants must have qualified 10+2/HSC with Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Bio-technology and English subjects
For state quota seats aspirants must have studied 11th and 12th standards regularly from a recognized school within the National Capital Territory of Delhi
Female candidates under Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/CW category, belonging from outside Delhi and have passed 10+2/HSC are eligible for admission to Lady Harding Medical College only against the seats reserved for these categories
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