Dayanand Medical College and Hospital Ludhiana: One of the most well-reputed colleges in Punjab is the Dayanand Medical College and Hospital(DMCH), Ludhiana. In 1938 it was recognized as for Licentiate of the Punjab State Medical Faculty (LSMF) and in the following year, the governing body decided to call the Ludhiana Medical School as Arya Medical School and the associated hospital too is as Dayanand Hospital.
Update: Soon BFUHS will release the online application form admission in MBBS/BDS course 2020
Due to his reputation aspiring students who had a dream in their eyes are looking for a college where they will get good quality education in MBBS and BDS and that’s why every year huge number of candidates after clearing their NEET UG examination submit application form to get admission here but only few of them are lucky who get admission because of the number of seats availability.
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Dayanand Medical College And Hospital Ludhiana
Once NTA release the NEET UG result which was held on 13th September 2020. Soon after you DMCH will releases its online application form on its official website and if you are intending to be a part of this college and sure that you have secure enough marks then you have to submit its application whose details will be provided once it was made available by the University.
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Dayanand Medical College and Hospital Ludhiana
DMCH has been affiliated with the Baba Farid University of Health and Sciences, Faridkot Punjab. The University offers various courses at UG and PG level for its students in the field of medical sciences such as MBBS and BDS along with some super-specialty courses as well.
In 1980 Dayanand Medical College and Hospital was the very first hospital in the state of Punjab to have a dialysis unit in the department of Nephrology, DMCH is also credited for the Indian Nursing Council for nursing courses and it is also the only institution in North India which has an entire floor of Intensive care units(ICU).
Fee Structure of Dayanand Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana
Now, I will tell you about the complete fees structure of DNMC the following list contains information about all the graduate and postgraduate courses of DNMC, Ludhiana for 2020 so, read the following information carefully
|Name of the courses offered||Fees Required|
|MBBS complete course||Rs.4400000|
|Post Graduate courses MD/MS||Rs.1500000|
|Obstetrics and Gynecology||Rs.1500000|
|Dermatology and STD||Rs.1500000|
|Community Medicine (SPM)||Rs.600000|
|Anesthesia (DA) Post Graduate||Rs.1800000|
|Otolaryngology (DLO) Post Graduate||Rs.1800000|
|Obstetrics and Gynecology(DGO) Post Graduate||Rs.1800000|
|Super Specialties Courses||–|
|Plastic Surgery (M.Ch)||Rs.1800000|
|Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery(M.Ch)||Rs.1800000|
Students who have been shortlisted against the Govt. quota and Management quota need to submit their fee at the time of admission
Distribution of Seats
MBBS (total 100)
- Government Quota: 50
- Management Quota: 50 (Including NRI category 15 Seats)
- PG courses- 65
- Diploma courses- 80
Dayanand Medical College NEET Cut Off (Previous Year)
So, now we will learn about the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) which is one of the most important examinations for the candidates who want to take admission into the medical courses such as MBBS and BDS in the Universities across the country.
Exam- Punjab MBBS
- BC- 27430
- GEN- 5653
- SC- 89754
The board responsible for conducting the examination National testing Agency (NTA) which issues the admit card, results and cut off the list for the examination every year.
This year the NEET examination was conducted on the 13th September 2020, for which the board is planning to release the results in the last week of September 2020 on the official website of the board. Following the results, the Cut off list will be issued for the candidates by NTA.
The seat reservation criteria are 85% for the candidates of Punjab which is according to the state quota admission and remaining 15% is for the All India quota based on the overall cut off marks of the candidates from India.
|Name of the category||Reservation|
|Scheduled Caste candidates||15%|
|Scheduled Tribe candidates||7.5%|
|Other Backward Classes candidates||27%|
|Candidates who are Physically Handicapped||3%|
|General Candidates||The remaining percentage of the total|
I would like to inform you about the cut off list pattern by NTA which will be issued in 2 sets according to the category for the admission in the University one will be based on the All India Quota admission and the second will be based on the State Level Quota admission cut off. You must also check the cut off list for the previous year to get the idea about the pattern of the list now, time to discuss the factors on which the cutoff the list will be issued to the candidates
- The Total Number of candidates appearing in the examination
- The Level of Difficulty of the examination
- Total available seats in the University
- Cut off a list of previous year
- Reservation Criteria according to the category of the examination
- Criteria for admission by NEET
Below is the list of the NEET expected cut off 2020 so, read the following information carefully
|Name of the category||NEET minimum qualifying percentile for 2020||NEET expected cut off range for 2020|
|General or Unreserved (UR)||50%||701-135|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||40%||451-288|
|General candidates who are Physically Handicapped||45%||449-324|
|Other Backward Classes(OBC)||40%||453-450|
Previous year list of NEET cut off marks category wise
|Name of the category||NEET 2019 qualifying score percentile (out of 720)||Total Number of candidates|
|General or Unreserved||131||543473|
|Other Backward Classes||107||47,382|
|General candidates who are Physically Handicapped||118||67|
|OBC candidates who are Physically Handicapped||107||152|
Official Website: www.dmch.edu
Its application will be available soon on bfuhs.ac.in
According to the MCI 100 seats are available for MBBS.
It was expected to be release in the last week of September or first week of October 2020
it will be started as per the schedule which will be release soon by the college.