The Department of Medical Education, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh is conducting the NEET MBBS Counseling for Medical & Dental programs. The counseling process is being conducted for 85% of government and 100% of private medical and dental seats in Madhya Pradesh. There are 13 government and 9 private medical colleges in MP that offer a total of 2,704 MBBS seats. However, the AIIMS college is not a part of the MP NEET UG counseling process and will be filled through the centralized Medical Counseling Committee (MCC).
The MP NEET UG counseling process consists of three rounds - Round 1, Round 2, and Mop-up round, all of which are conducted online. If any seats are left vacant after the mop-up round, then a college round, also known as a "Stray round or College level Spot Round," will be conducted.
To participate in the MP NEET UG/PG counseling process, students must first qualify for the NEET exam and then register themselves by logging in to the official website at https://dme.mponline.gov.in/.
Madhya Pradesh offers a good opportunity for students who want to pursue an MBBS. The state also has one of the best medical education systems in India, with well-equipped hospitals and experienced faculty members. Moreover, the cost of pursuing an MBBS in Madhya Pradesh is relatively affordable compared to other states in India.
|Counseling Body||Department of Medical Education, MP|
|Courses Offered||MBBS and BDS|
|Result Accepted||NEET PG|
|College Participation||Government and Private|
85% Government and 100% Private
|Round of Counseling||Round 1, Round 2 and Mop Up|
|Type of Seat||Government and Private|
|Categories||General, ST, SC, OBC, EWS and PWD|
|No. of Colleges||
However, a security deposit is required for the MP NEET Mop Up round. - A security deposit is mandatory for students participating in the Mop Up round of NEET counseling in Madhya Pradesh.
Government seat: A seat offered by the Government Medical/Dental colleges in MP, available only to candidates who are domicile of MP.
The process for applying to medical colleges in Gujarat requires registration on www.medadmgujarat.org. After registration, applicants must log in using their ID and password, and print out their online application.
Once the seat vacancy is published, a merit list will be created, and applicants will have the opportunity to fill out their choices and lock them in.
The final results will be declared, and applicants will be required to pay their fees online or at designated HDFC Bank branches. Applicants must then report to the Help Center to submit their original documents and report to the college.
Upgradation is available, and applicants who wish to resign can do so. It is important to note that registration will only be available once during Round 1.
Option 1: If you are content with the college allotted to you, you can proceed to report at the Help Center and subsequently to your allotted college.
Option 2: If you are pleased with your allotted college but wish to potentially upgrade in the next round, you may do so by retaining your seat and completing fresh choice filling in Round 2 after reporting at the Help center.
Option 3: If you are dissatisfied with the college allotted to you and would like to participate in the next round, you have the option to take a free exit and complete a fresh choice filling in the subsequent counseling round.
|Type of Seat||Type of College||Category||Eligibility||Fee (Min-Max)|
|Government||Government||Same For All||MP Domicile||100,000|
|Private||Private||Same For All||Open For All||
Madhya Pradesh has both good and improving private medical colleges. Although the state allows students from other states to participate in its counseling process, there is a preference given to MP-domicile students. This means that if there are enough MP domicile students to fill all the available seats, then students from other states will not be considered. In the past two years, no non-MP domicile students were allocated seats in the Medical program, but some seats were allocated to them in the Dental program.
The NEET 2020 cut-off for Government College in MP was low, with the last seat allotted to a General category student at a rank of 42080. In the MP NEET UG counseling for 2020, there were 9821 students who had applied for 3152 MBBS seats, which means there were three students competing for each Medical seat on average. This indicates that competition was relatively low in MP for its Domicile students.