Haryana State Counseling Procedures

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Pandit BD Sharma Haryana University of Health & Science Rohtak (UHSR) on behalf of Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Government of Haryana, is the governing body for conducting the counseling process within Haryana. Within the state, 15% of All India Quota counseling is conducted by Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), whereas the rest 85% is conducted by the state governing body UHSR. After the declaration of NEET score, the governing body conducts the counseling for the eligible students.

There are around 1000 MBBS seats and 860 BDS seats in the state of Haryana. The counseling is conducted in the medical colleges on the basis of the scores secured in NEET UG examination. There are two rounds of counseling along with a mop up round in the state of Haryana. After two rounds of counseling, the governing body conducts a mop up round to fill up the vacant seats of the colleges.

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Table of content

  • NEET admission Highlights
  • Important dates
  • Admission Procedures
  • Eligibility criteria
  • Application Form
  • NEET cut-off 2020 for AP
  • Merit List
  • NEET counseling 2021
  • Counseling process
  • Documents required for counseling
  • Seat Matrix
  • FAQs

NEET admission Highlights

Official Websitewww.dmerharyana.org
Counseling BodyDepartment of Medical Education & Research, Haryana
Courses offeredMBBS/BDS
Results acceptedNEET
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 and Private
CategoriesGeneral, SC, ST, OBC, MM & EWS
No. of collegesGovernment: 5 Private: 6 Deemed: 1 (To be filled through MCC)
Recognized collegesGovernment: 590 Private: 250
Permitted collegesGovernment: 120 Private: 550

Important Dates

Serial NumberEventsDatesTentative Dates for 2019
1.Release of Online Application Form  
2.Last date of submission of online application  
3.Declaration of Provisional State merit List  
4.Verification of Documents  
5.First round of Counseling  
6.Last date to report to the allotted college  
7.Second round of Counseling  
8.Last date to report to the allotted college  
9.Counseling for Mop up round  
10.Last day to report to the allotted college  

Admission Procedures and Counseling body

  • First fill up the NEET application form online
  • Generation of admit card
  • NEET entrance examination
  • Declaration of Result
  • College/State wise counseling
  • Seat Allotment
  • Admission

Important Links

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

Eligibility Criteria

  • The candidates who are bonafide residents of Haryana
  • Children/wards or dependents of employees of Indian Defence Services/ Para-Military Forces belonging to Haryana at the time of entry into service as per their service records need to submit a certificate in prescribed proforma from an officer duly authorized by the Army/Navy/Air Force/Concerned Para-Military Forces headquarters as the case may be.
  • Children/Dependent of Ex-employee of Indian Defence or Para-Military Forces belonging to Haryana at the time of entry into service as per their service records need to submit a certificate in prescribed proforma from an officer duly authorized by the Army/Navy/Air Force/Concerned Para-Military Forces headquarters as the case may be.
  • Children/wards or dependents of Ex-employees of Indian Defence Service/Para-Military Forces belonging to Haryana State at the time of entry into service as per their service records, provided that such candidates have studied 10+2 as a regular candidate in a recognized institution in Haryana need to submit a certificate in prescribed proforma from an officer duly authorized by the Army/Navy/Air Force/concerned Para-Military Forces Headquarters, as the case be and also a certificate from the Principal/Head of the Institution last attended by the candidate from where he/she has studied 10+2 as a regular student in Haryana.
  • 17 years is the minimum age of the candidates to take the admission in the medical colleges in Haryana. The age will be determined as per the Date of Birth mentioned in the Matriculation/Secondary School or its equivalent exam certificate.
  • Apart from this the candidates should pass class 12 examinations with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English from a recognized board of education. To be eligible for the examination, the unreserved category candidate must secure 50% marks while that of PH category and reserved category (SC/ST/OBC) candidates must have secured 40%. Candidates should also secure the minimum qualifying percentile in the NEET UG Exam as per the qualifying criteria mentioned in the table below.

Government Seats

Course(s)Compulsory Qualifying RequirementsGeneral CategoryGeneral PH CategoryReserved Category (SC/ST?OBC/PH)
              MBBS/BDS1Higher Secondary or Equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry & Biology50%45%40%
2Qualifying Percentile in NEET in the academic year504540

Management Seats

Course(s)Compulsory Qualifying RequirementsGeneral CategoryGeneral PH CategoryReserved Category (SC/ST?OBC/PH)
              MBBS/BDS1Higher Secondary or Equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry & Biology- Theory and Practical50%45%40%
2Qualifying Percentile in NEET in the academic year504540

NRI Seats

ExaminationAll Candidates
Higher Secondary or Equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry & Biology- Theory and Practical50%
Qualifying Percentile in NEET in the academic year50

Reservation Policy

  • In Government or Government supported Medical or Dental colleges, the admission will be taken under two segregates- 15% All India Quota Seats and 85% State Quota Seats. DGHS will conduct the counseling process of 15% All India Quota seats while UHSR, the state governing body will conduct the counseling for the rest 85% of the seats on the basis of reservation.
  • In Private medical or dental colleges, the seats will be divided homogenously into 50% for State Quota and 50% for Management quota. Within this 50% state quota seats, the admissions will be done following the reservation policy of the state.
  • As per Haryana state reservation policy, 20% of state quota seats will be reserved for SC candidates and 30% of seats will be reserved for BC-A, BC-B and PHL category candidates displayed in the table below.

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

Application Form

The candidates who want to get into MBBS and BDS courses from government and private colleges in Haryana need to fill the NEET counseling form Haryana. You need to fill the counseling application form on the official website of the Department of Medical Education & Research, Haryana

Step 1: Visit the official Himachal Pradesh University website www.dmerharyana.org.

Step 2: Then go to the login or register page.

Step 3: If you register for the first time, you need to go to “Candidate Registration.” While completing the registration, you need to enter your NEET roll number, rank, date of birth, and mobile number. Once you have successfully registered, then you will receive a registration number and a security pin.

Step 4: If you have already registered, you need to do “candidate login.” You must enter your NEET 2021 roll number, the generated registration number, and the security PIN.

Step 5: Once you have logged in, you must enter your academic details like class 10 marks, 12 marks, NEET 2021 marks and ranks, your address for verification.

Step 6: After filling in all the details, go to “Save and Pay” and proceed to NEET 2021 counseling application fees payment.

Step 7: Make the payment by choosing your choice of online payment from the options mentioned on the screen.

Step 8: The filled application form will come on the screen. You need to download and save it for future use.

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 cut-off 2020 for Haryana

Here is the Haryana NEET cut off 2021 qualifying percentage

General PH133-120
SC/ST/OBC- PH119-107

NEET Merit List: Haryana

UHSR will publish the merit list of the qualified candidates. The candidates who will register online for the counseling process are the only eligible one for 85% state quota counseling. As per the secured ranks, the governing body will conduct the counseling process of the candidates. After the declaration of NEET UG merit list, the candidates will be eligible to appear for the state quota counseling. The state quota merit list will be available online it also includes the candidate’s name, father’s name, category, NEET roll number, NEET marks and State merit rank.

Steps to check NEET merit list online

  • The candidates have to visit the official website of DTE to check their names in the merit list.
  • The updated merit list will be shown to the candidates after entering name or NEET roll number.
  • The State Rank as derived from NEET scores is also mentioned in the merit list.
  • The candidate has to take a print out of the merit list

Tie breaking criteria

There are many students who appear for the counseling with similar marks. The counseling authority follows different parameters for tie breaking purpose

  • The candidates who have higher marks in Biology will get preference
  • If a tie exists till then candidates who have higher marks in Chemistry will get preference
  • The candidates with older age will get preference as a final resolve

NEET counseling 2021

The admissions to MBBS/BDS are made through the MCC counseling process based on your NEET UG score. Candidates who clear the NEET examination can also apply for NEET admission to medical colleges. The NEET-UG counseling process is based on the All India Quota, State Quota, and Deemed Universities.

Process of NEET counseling in Haryana

Online Registration: The interested candidates have to register online by filling up necessary details in the official website of the governing authority and paying the non-refundable registration fee. Candidates must fill in the required details regarding their personal as well as educational details. The candidates will get a user ID and Password after the completion of the process.

Merit List declaration: The list of the eligible candidates including common merit list and reserved category merit list will be displayed online in the official website of UHSR.

Verification of Documents: in the next step, the counseling authority will verify every document of the eligible candidate. Candidates are need to appear at the designated counseling centres in person along with their original certificate/documents, the photocopies and photographs to get them verified at the designated centres. After the verification session, the candidates will get a scheduled date for the counseling.

Choice filling: In this step, the candidates have to fill up choices where they want to join as a medical student. As per the choices made by the candidates, the seats will be allotted to them. Candidates will be able to fill in more than 5 choices, of which they have to keep a printout for all future references.

Seat Allotment: There will be three rounds of counseling for Haryana MBBS/BDS seats. The merit list of the eligible candidates will be published in the official website. Candidates will be able to download or take print out of the seat allotment letter by logging in with their registered user ID and password.

Reporting: After the admission letter is being issued, candidates have to report to the concerned colleges for admission along with relevant certificates/documents for verification and prescribed tuition fees. Candidates will be called for counseling based on their state merit rank. Candidates who fail to reach the concerned college within stipulated time and date will be cancelled without notice.

Documents required for counseling

  • Online Application Form printout
  • Original receipt of Registration & Counselling fee
  • NEET UG rank/result/score card
  • NEET UG Admit card (issued by CBSE)
  • Class 10th (HSC) certificate and mark sheet
  • Class 10+2/Intermediate/Senior Secondary School Examination Certificate and Mark
  • Sheet
  • Matriculation/High School certificate
  • Date of Birth Certificate (Matric certificate for age proof)
  • Provisional Allotment Letter (generated online)
  • Resident Certificate (for state quota)
  • Character certificate
  • Certificate from employer (if applicable)
  • SC certificate (if applicable)
  • Backward Class certificate (if applicable)
  • Aadhaar Card copy (for Identity)
  • Sports Certificate issued by Director of Sports, Haryana State
  • Certificate regarding Persons with Disabilities (PWD) candidates (if applicable)
  • Certificate to be produced mandatorily by the Children & Grand-Children of Freedom

Fighters (if applicable)

  • Certificate from ESM (Ex-Service Men) (if applicable)
  • Economically Backward Class in General Category certificate
  • Certificate from employer (if applicable)

Counseling procedure highlights

Seat Matrix as per reservation policy

Types of reservationCategoryReservation
    Social Categories (Vertical Reservation)Scheduled Caste (SC)20%
Backward Class – A (BC-A) (excluding creamy layer)  16%
Backward Class – B (BC- B) (excluding creamy layer)  11%
Physically Handicapped with Locomotor Disability (PHL)3%

Candidates who seek admission to the medical college sin Haryana under sports quota must qualify the NEET exam which is mandatory for them. Qualified candidates applying under sports quota are given additional weightage of 5% maximum; however no seats are reserved for them.

State Medical Cutoffs:

The NEET 2018 ranks and marks secured by the last candidates to secure seats in the Government Medical Colleges of Haryana are given below based on the data available by Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) and State Counseling Authority, to be used for reference purpose only:

Choice Filling for 2021 MCC counseling

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


  1. Can I verify my documents online?

No, the NEET Haryana conducts the verification of documents process offline.

  1. What will happen if I partially serve the bond?

The Government will pay till the time you serve bond.

  1. Can I directly participate in counseling round 2 or the mop-up round?

Yes, you can participate in round 2 or the mop-up round because the fresh application opens before every counseling round in Haryana.

  1. Can I skip round 1 after form filling?

No, you cannot skip, you need to do the choice filling without which you will not be allowed to take part in the other rounds of counseling.

  1. Is there any limitation on the number of colleges you need to fill in the choice filling?

No, you can enter any number of colleges you want.

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