Maharashtra MBBS Merit List 2017: Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Maharashtra, the counselling conducting authority for government, private and deemed medical colleges and universities, will declare Maharashtra MBBS BDS merit list 2017, tentatively in the month of June, 2017. The merit list of Maharashtra MBBS BDS 2017 will be based on candidate’s score in NEET 2017. This must be noted that DMER, Maharashtra will conduct counselling for 85% state quota seats only. However, admissions to 15% all India quota seats will be provided by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), separately. Candidates who wish to take admission in medical and dental colleges located in the state of Maharashtra can check below for the detailed admission information below.
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Maharashtra MBBS BDS Merit list 2017 will be declared for those candidates only who will secure a minimum of qualifying percentile in NEET 2017. Further, in order to qualify NEET 2017, candidates of unreserved categories have to secure a minimum of 50 percentile in the single entrance examination. While, candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Other Backward Classes (OBC), minimum percentile to qualify NEET is 40.
NEET qualifying percentile 2017
Unreserved Physically Handicapped
SC/ST/OBC Physically Handicapped
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Maharashtra MBBS BDS 2017 merit list will be declared in the month of June, 2017
Maharashtra MBBS 2017 merit list will consist of candidate’s name, all India rank (AIR), percentile and category
Candidates whose name are present in merit list will only be eligible to appear in Maharashtra MBBS BDS 2017 counselling process
Maharashtra MBBS BDS 2017 counselling date and time will be announced later on
Following a Supreme Court’s order in 2016, DMER, Government of Maharashtra will not conduct a separate entrance exam for MBBS and BDS seats in the state. However, admissions to approximately 1738 MBBS and 219 BDS seats in government medical colleges will be based on NEET 2017 scores. Further, admissions as many as 3,000 MBBS and BDS seats in private and deemed medical universities will also be based on NEET 2017.
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