Delhi NEET admission Highlights

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NEET admission Highlights

Counseling Body 
Courses offeredMBBS/BDS
Results acceptedNEET UG
EligibilityNEET Qualified
Participating collegesGovernment and private colleges
Seats available85% government and 100% private
No of counseling roundsRound 1, Round 2, and Mop-up
Types of seatsGovernment, Private, Self-financed, NRI, Management
CategoriesGeneral, SC, ST, OBC, EWS & PWD
No. of colleges 
Recognized colleges 
Permitted colleges 
Sets available 

Admission Procedures and Counseling body

Important Links

NEET UGClick Here
NEET Mock TestClick Here
NEET Study MaterialClick Here
NEET Question BankClick Here
Sample PaperClick Here

Application Form

Aspirants who plan to sit for the NEET exams should be up-to-date on all NEET changes and have gone through the counselling procedure. The steps are outlined below.


• Candidates must register to complete the course and college option forms.

Once the registration process is complete, details are produced and provided to the candidate via their mobile number and email ID. 

• On the official website, input details and log in. Password and User ID are among the information supplied. These specifics aid pupils in moving forward.

Acceptance and Securing of a Decision

Candidate preferences can be expressed through the selection of a college and courses. Once decisions have been made, the save button locks them in.

Optional selections are not locked until they are saved and closed.

Seat allotment

After choices are locked, authorities release seat allotment results in a matter of days. Seat allotment is done in line with the preferences made by the candidate. Candidates can check their seat allotment results by receiving an SMS or letter. It gives information about the colleges and courses that students will be assigned.

Editing and locking

Candid who wish to change their seat selection can do so by logging in to the official website using their credentials. Once their changes have been made, they must be locked once more.

Report to allotted colleges

Candidates must confirm their seats by reporting to the institutions assigned to them once seat allocation has been completed. Candidates must pay the initial fee to secure their seats at the allotted college, completing the admission procedures.

Candidates who fail to appear at the designated college within the specified period will have their seats immediately reallocated to those behind them in line.

The following are the original documents that must be submitted:

  • The mark sheet and certificate for Class 10 – (date of birth)
  • Certificate and Mark sheet for Class 12
  • Valid ID evidence (Aadhar/PAN card/passport/driving licence) 
  • Passport size pictures (8) Allotment letter provisional 
  • If applicable – caste certificate 
  • if relevant – PwD certificate

Top MBBS Colleges in India

Top Government Colleges in IndiaTop Private Colleges in India
Top Colleges in KarnatakaTop Colleges in Maharashtra
Top Colleges in Tamil NaduTop Colleges in Andhra Pradesh
Top Colleges in Uttar PradeshTop Colleges in Rajasthan
Top Colleges in West BengalTop Colleges in Kerala
Top Colleges in Madhya PradeshTop Colleges in Bihar

Delhi’s NEET cutoff date is 2021.

The Medical Counselling Committee will disclose the NEET DU cutoff for 2021 during the last week of August (MCC). Admission to medical and dental schools will be granted to candidates based on their 2020 DU NEET entrance exam scores. Fifteen per cent of All India Quota seats and 85 per cent of State Quota seats will be issued for Delhi University MBBS cutoff 2021.

The DU NEET 2021 cutoff for state quota seats will be announced by the state counselling body, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). Direct General of Health Services (DGHS) will now disclose the cutoff for All India Quota seats through the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) (DGHS). Students who pass the NEET UG entrance test would be eligible for admission to DU’s government and private medical and dental schools, with 490 MBBS seats and 34 BDS seats available.

Only students who pass the NEET 2021 exam will be included in the Medical Counseling Committee’s state merit list (MCC). There will be an announcement of the DU MBBS 2021 merit list in the third week of June, including the names of all the applicants, their state merit rank, NEET rank, test scores, and other relevant information. Candidates will be contacted for counselling based on their DU MBBS state merit rank. There will be two rounds of counselling for the DU MBBS class of 2021.

Below mentioned are the category-wise Delhi NEET Cutoff below:

CategoryNEET Cutoff Percentile2019, 2018 & 2017 (out of 720)
General50 percentile2019- 701-134 2018- 691-119 2017- 697-131
SC/ST40 percentile2019- 133-107 2018- 118-96 2017- 130-107
OBC40 percentile2019- 133-107 2018- 118-96 2017- 130-107
General- PH45 percentile2019- 133-120 2018- 118-107 2017- 130-118
SC/ST- PH40 percentile2019- 119-107 2018- 106-96 2017- 130-107
OBC- PH40 percentile2019- 119-107 2018- 106-96 2017- 130-107

NEET Cutoff 2020

NEET 2020 Cut-off MaharashtraNEET 2020 Cut-off Tamil Nadu
NEET 2020 Cut-off Andhra PradeshNEET 2020 Cut-off Telangana
NEET 2020 Cut-off RajasthanNEET 2020 Cut-off Bihar
NEET 2020 Cut-off KarnatakaNEET 2020 Cut-off West Bengal
NEET 2020 Cut-off KeralaNEET 2020 Cut-off Uttar Pradesh
NEET 2020 Cut-off DelhiNEET 2020 Cut-off Odisha
NEET 2020 Cut-off HaryanaNEET 2020 Cut-off Punjab
NEET 2020 Cut-off Jharkhand NEET 2020 Cut-off Madhya Pradesh
NEET 2020 Cut-off Chhattisgarh NEET 2020 Cut-off Assam

NEET counselling

After NEET is over, NTA will release the results. From that point on, the counselling process will begin. There will be medical counselling for 15 per cent of the All India Quota (AQI) seats conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee first, followed by individual state medical counselling for 85 per cent of the state quota seats. Aspirants must register online to attend counselling sessions.

Candidates whose names appear on the Delhi MBBS Merit List will be contacted for NEET Delhi Counselling. Successful applicants will be required to complete an online application for the colleges and courses of their choosing. For Delhi MBBS, admission will be awarded based on a candidate’s merit rank, availability of seats and fulfilment of the reservation criteria.

Choice Filling for 2021 MCC counseling

MaharashtraTamil NaduRajasthan
BiharAndhra PradeshTelangana
KeralaUttar PradeshJharkhand
West BengalOdishaHaryana
Himachal PradeshMeghalayaMadhya Pradesh
Jammu & KashmirTripuraDelhi


1. Do I need to pay a security deposit for NEET counselling in Delhi?

A security deposit of Rs. 10,000 (refundable) and a registration fee of Rs. Five hundred are required throughout the registration procedure.

2. Which one is the best medical college in Delhi?

According to the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) ranking 2021 released today by Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, the best medical institute in the country is the All India Institute Of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi, followed by PGIMER and Chandigarh Medical College in Vellore.

3. Can I participate in the NEET counselling Mop-up round if I do not apply for Rounds 1 and 2?

Re-applying is an option for those who didn’t get a place in rounds 1 or 2. This restriction does not apply to candidates who have already been assigned seats. Regardless of whether or not they qualified, losers from Rounds 1 and 2 are eligible for the Mop Upstage. This time around, you’ll have to use a new application.

4. Can I rearrange the choices in filled in round 1 before going for round 2?

Your choices from Round 1 may be rearranged, yes.

5. Is there any limitation in the number of colleges I need to fill in the NEET choice?

No, you are free to fill in as many colleges as you wish in the selection form.

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