March 5, 2021

MBBS admission 2020: Fees,Cut Off, Admissions, Course Structure …

mbbs admission 2020

MBBS Admission 2020: In year 2016  the Supreme Court of India said that , NEET is the only entrance examination to conducted for MBBS admission in India. Admission in India  to any government, private, central and deemed universities are going to be done based on NEET scores. MHRD has confirmed that no entrance exam will be held for AIIMS MBBS admission 2020 will be through NEET 2020. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Minister, Harsh Vardhan, announced the same in a press meet.


There are more then 76,928 MBBS seats which are available across more than 532 medical colleges in India. Besides this, AIIMS offers around 1200+ seats in its 15 campuses including main campus AIIMS, New Delhi. JIPMER also offers 200 MBBS seats through its entrance test for the JIPMER Puducherry and Karaikal campuses.

In 2019, 15,19,375 candidates appeared for the examination in contrast to the year 2018 where nearly 13 lakh candidates registered for NEET.

MBBS Admission 2020

However, it is the NEET exam which is taken by almost every MBBS aspirant for MBBS admissions in India. In the year 2018, more than 12.50 lakh students registered for NEET. The counselling for NEET is conducted for Two rounds and then mop-up round. Through NEET, 15% of the total seats in government colleges (except Jammu and Kashmir) are reserved for All India Quota seats, which is filled by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). While the MBBS admission to 85% state quota seats is granted by respective state counselling authorities. Admissions for Deemed University MBBS programmes is done at an all India level by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).

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MBBS Admission Procedure

MBBS Admission Procedure in India initiates with the national level of examination called NEET. NEET exams are the only way to get MBBS Admission in India. After clearing the entrance examination, a merit list will be prepared based on the score secured in the NEET entrance examination. The selected candidates will be invited for the counselling process as per the ranks held by the candidates.

Through NEET, 15% of the total seats in government colleges (except Jammu and Kashmir) are reserved for All India Quota seats, which is filled by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). While the MBBS admission to 85% state quota seats is granted by respective state counselling authorities.

After  from the DATE of result MCC announced counselling date for the ALL India 15% seats .

After from the DATE of a result, MCC announced counselling date for the ALL India 15% seats.

Procedure to Follow For MCC counselling 2020

These are the steps you have to follow for MCC NEET UG 2020 counselling

1. First, you have to do registration on

2. You have to fill the all required details and make sure fill correct E-Mail or Phone Number, at the time of Choice locking you need these details.

3. Then you have to choose the option either you want to do counselling Only for deemed University or both(Government colleges or Deemed University).

4.If you belong to NRI category you have to submit NRI documents through mail to MCC.

5. Then you have to pay the fees for counselling For deemed University 2 lakh and government 10,000.

6. Then wait for the choice Looking date and lock the choice then MCC Will going to published result on


As we are here to elaborate you about the MBBS Admission Procedure in India with all facts & figures, If you have any query feel free to ask here, we will respond you back soon.


Required Documents For MBBS 2020 Counselling

Candidates will be called for the counselling based on the merit list. Candidates who have qualified the exam can appear for the online counselling. First candidates will have to fill the online choices and have to lock their choices. After the choice of filling the university will release the result of the seat allocation.

Candidates have to carry the following documents the Reporting at your respective institute afterwards:

  • Offer Letter
  • Registration Slip
  •  NEET 2020 Admit card
  • Self-attested copy of the certificate in proof of passing the 12th class under the 10+2 Scheme/Senior School Certificate Examination/Intermediate Science or an equivalent examination from a recognized Board.
  • Self-attested copy of mark-sheet of the qualifying examination i.e. 12th class under the 10+2 
  • SC/ST Certificate
  • OBC Certificate
  • Disability Certificate issued from a duly constituted and authorized Medical Board

NEET cutoff – 2019, 2018

MBBS Admission Procedure in India comprises one more and influential factor called cutoff marks. Before NEET was essential, the MBBS Admission Procedure in India for the cut-offs were 50% marks for the general category, and 40% for the reserved From 2016, these were changed to 50th and 40th percentile, respectively.


NEET cutoff percentile

cutoff scores (2019)

NEET cutoff scores (2018)

Unreserved (UR)








Unreserved PH (UR-PH)









Is there any age limit for MBBS Admission?

National Eligibility Entrance Test and seeking admission to MBBS programme shall be 25 years as on the date of examination with a relaxation of 5 years for candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC category 

What are the fees for MBBS in government college?

Fees for government colleges is in between 50,000 to 1,20,000 / year+

Which is the No 1 Medical College in India?

All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi

What are the fees for MBBS in Private college?

For private colleges fees is around 5 lakh/year to 25 lakh/year.

What is a good score in NEET?

As per previous year   NEET result analysis, in order to come in the top 100 ranks of NEET, one would roughly need a score of 550+ or above

Is 500 a good score in NEET?

 If you see this year, the NEET 2019, those who have scored more than 500 have come under the rank of 32,000.

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