The Department of Medical Education, Chhattisgarh, is conducting the Chhattisgarh NEET MBBS Counselling for both government and private medical and dental seats. The counselling process includes three rounds, with the first round conducted online, the second round conducted offline, and the third round as a mop-up round. If seats remain vacant after the mop-up round, a college round or stray round will be conducted.
Chhattisgarh has six government medical colleges, two private medical colleges, and one AIIMS, with a total of 1195 medical seats. Of these, 116 government seats will be filled through the All India Quota (AIQ) by the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC), while 654 government and 300 private seats will be filled through Chhattisgarh state counselling.
To participate in the Chhattisgarh NEET UG Counselling process, candidates must have qualified for the NEET exam and registered on the official website by paying a fee of Rs 1000 for General/OBC candidates, Rs 500 for SC/ST candidates, and Rs 10000 for NRI category candidates, or as per the latest updates from the Department of Medical Education.
|Counseling Body||Department of Medical Education, Chhattisgarh|
|Courses Offered||MBBS and BDS|
|College Participation||Government and Private|
|Seat Participation||85% Government and 100% private|
|Rounds of Counseling||Round 1, Round 2, Mop-up|
|Type Of Seat||Government and Private|
|Categories||General, SC, ST, OBC, EWS and PWD|
|No. of Colleges||
To be eligible for Chhattisgarh NEET MBBS Counselling, the candidate must meet one of the following conditions:
In addition to the above, the candidate should fulfill at least one of the following conditions:
(a) The candidate should have studied in the state for a minimum of three years.
(b) The candidate should have completed their 11th and 12th standard education in the state.
Candidates need to register online at www.cgdme.in and pay the application fee of Rs. 1000 (for General/OBC), Rs. 500 (for SC/ST), or Rs. 10,000 (for NRI) through an online mode.
|Type of Seat||Type of College||Category||Eligibility||Fee (Min-Max)|
|Government||Government||Same For All||Chhattisgarh Domicile||40,000|
|State Quota||Private||Same For All||Chhattisgarh Domicile||600,000-6,45,000|
|Management||Private||Same For All||Other State Students||600,000-6,45,000|
|NRI||Private||Same For All||Only NRI||$35,000|
Chhattisgarh is becoming an increasingly popular destination for medical aspirants due to its low fee structure, which is even lower than that of Karnataka's private medical colleges. However, students should be aware that the fee structure is subject to revision, and they may be required to sign an undertaking agreeing to pay the revised fees if approved.
For the 85% state quota government seats, the cut-off ranks were relatively low in Chhattisgarh, with the last seat being allotted at a rank of 47928 at Government Medical College, Ambikapur. This indicates that domicile candidates have a higher chance of securing a government seat in Chhattisgarh.
In 2020, the trend for management seats was similar to that of 2019, with the cut-off being very high in round 1 and then dropping significantly in round 2 and mop-up rounds. We recommend that students who score in the range of 550-560 and are looking for a low fee structure should keep an eye on Chhattisgarh till the end, while also exploring other state options.
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