Delhi NEET Counselling Schedule 2021 MBBS BDS State Quota Admission Seat Allotment

Delhi NEET Counselling Schedule | MBBS BDS State Quota Admission: Delhi NEET State quota counselling 2021 for MBBS & BDS courses will be arranged by the Medical Counselling Committee. Admissions into BDS and MBBS will be done through a common counselling process. Earlier, FMSC used to conduct the State quota counselling. 

The state quota counselling is also available for all the students who qualify for the NEET UG 2021. So, qualifying NEET examination is an important aspect to be eligible for counselling. In this article, we are going to provide all the information related to the Delhi NEET Counselling. We will list out the process for admission into the colleges. Also, the readers will get insights on the seat allotment under the state.


Therefore, readers of this article are advised to read this article till the end. Especially all the NEET aspirants who qualify for the NEET exam must give this article a read. You will get some important information on the NEET-UG 2021 Delhi Counselling.

Delhi NEET Counselling 2021

Eligible candidates can fill the online registration form before the deadline to be a part of Delhi NEET Counselling. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will be organizing the State quota MBBS/BDS Admission 2021 Counselling. According to qualified candidates in NEET 2021 from Delhi, a huge number of applicable candidates will fill the online registration form.

All candidates who want to apply for the MBBS/BDS Courses counselling under the University of Delhi does not need to register separately for it. The process of counselling will be conducted via the online mode. The process of counselling for admission into MAMC, LHMC, BDS, MAIDS, UCMS is conducted by the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi.

After the release of the result, as soon as the candidates register for the counselling. The students will be able to check the Delhi NEET State merit list on the official website of MCC. The authority will also declare the venue of the counselling and the schedule. The complete process of counselling will comprise of different rounds. The number of counselling rounds will depend on the availability of seats.

Eligibility for Admission to MBBS/BDS Courses under Delhi University

Candidate must have Indian citizenship and must have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system. The conducting board should be CBSE/Council of the Indian School Certificate Examination/Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi. The necessary subject requirement includes Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Bio-Technology and English from the recognized schools conducting regular classes. Also, the school must be situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi only.

The candidate must have studied 11th and 12th classes regularly from a recognized school within the National Capital Territory of Delhi. Further, the candidate must have pass separately in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Bio-technology and English. He/ She must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks (40% marks in case of SC/ST/OBC category candidates) taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology.

The counselling schedule will be published by the MCC and the National Testing Agency (NTA). MCC is also responsible to conduct the mop-up rounds in case it is required. Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) is responsible to conduct the counselling for Medical Counselling Committee.

Important Note: A candidate shall not be allowed to join the MBBS/BDS course if she/he is found medically unfit for the course.

Counselling Fee for NEET Delhi

The fee for counselling will comprise of two types of fee deposits. Both of the, are essential for securing admission.

Tuition Fee (Refundable)

Caste Category15% AIQ seats/ Central University SeatsDeemed University
OBC/ PwD/ ST/ SC5005,000

Registration Fee (Non-refundable)

Caste Category15% AIQ seats/ Central University SeatsDeemed University
OBC/ PwD/ ST/ SC5,0002,00,000

Admission Process for Delhi NEET Counselling

Through the Delhi NEET Counselling students are given admission into various Government and Private medical colleges under the University. Securing admission is a step by step process. Students who are willing to secure admission under the University can go through this process. It is detailed below:

  • Firstly, there will be a seat allotment on the basis of the rank of the candidates in the NEET 2021 Exam.
  • To participate in the offline counselling process, the candidates need to register themselves on the official website for the counselling.
  • As they fill in the registration, the candidates will be called upon on the given date and time. All those candidates who will be present at that time will be able to fill there choices/ preferences.
  • After that, as per the preference of the candidates and the availability of the seats, students are given a specific college.
  • Students after paying the counselling fee can confirm their seats.
  • After that, the student needs to report to the allotted college on the specified day and time.

Candidates willing to secure admission to the college need to make sure that they report to the college on the day and time specified to them. Otherwise, the seats which are being allotted to the candidate will no longer be available for him/ her.

Delhi NEET Counselling Schedule 2021

As the process of counselling has not yet started, the official dates for it’s processes are not available. Therefore, below given is an expected schedule for the Delhi NEET Counselling 2021.

1st Round Counselling Schedule 2021

Registration startsAug 2021
Filling of Choices
Fee Payment
Registration ends
Filling of Choices/ Locking seats
Seat Allotment
Round-1 Result Declaration
Reporting to the college allotted

2nd Round Counselling 2021

New Registration startsSep 2021
Filling of Choices/ Locking seats
Seat Allotment
Round-2 Result Declaration
Reporting to the college allotted

Mop Up Round Counselling 2021

New Registration startsSep 2021
Filling of Choices/ Locking seats
Seat Allotment
Mop up Result Declaration
Reporting to the college allotted

Criteria of Reservation

Under the seats, reservation is offered to the candidates belonging to different caste category. The percentage reservation for each category is given below:

Caste CategoryReservation Percentage
Other Backward Class (OBC)27%
Scheduled Caste15%
Scheduled Tribe7.5%
Widow/ Ward of Armed Force Personnel5%
Persons with Physical Disability (PwD)3%

Reservation is particularly essential to generate the cut-off for candidates belonging to various categories. To know more about it, you check our article – Cut off Marks for OBC, ST, SC and others.

Required Documents During the Delhi NEET Counselling

Below listed are some of the documents which are essential to secure admission under the counselling process.

  • NEET- 2021 Examination Admit Card
  • NEET- 2021 Score Card/ Rank Card
  • 10th Mark Sheet for DOB
  • 12th Class Mark Sheet
  • Character Certificate
  • Migration Certification
  • Caste certificate
  • Domicile Certification
  • Recent Passport Size Photograph

Important Links

List of MBBS BDS Colleges in Delhi
Delhi NEET State Quota Merit List 2021
Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi

All candidates are suggested to keep visiting this particular page for every single update of Counselling 2021. Candidates can also follow us on Facebook for more discussion and updates on NEET UG 2021.

12 thoughts on “Delhi NEET Counselling Schedule 2021 MBBS BDS State Quota Admission Seat Allotment”

  1. I have got compartment in maths and passed physics chemistry and biology with English(regular) in 2016 now I will appear for maths compartment in 2017 my school is in Delhi.
    Now my question is
    Am I eligible for NEET Delhi state quota .
    Reply my question as soon as possible because I have to fill neet 2017 form.

  2. I have passed 11 and 12 from delhi but has caste certificate of up will i be eligible for admission in mamc or ucms

  3. Delhi State Quota Counselling is confusing.
    It was to begin on 25 June.
    As I know just now the last date of registration at MCC website was 18th June.
    Candidate is registered for All India Quota but perhaps did not check DELHI UNIVERSITY option below.
    In case he misses first counselling, can he register for second counselling?
    Dr K Chaudhry
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    FIRST Author of Jaypee Brothers


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