BHU offers MBBS and BDS programs in undergraduate Medicine and Dental studies in the full-time mode for the duration of 5 & ½ and 3 years respectively. Both of these courses are offered by the Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU. There are total 84 seats available in MBBS with separate 4 seats for Foreign National (FN). 50 seats are available in BDS.
Admission to MBBS/ BDS is subject to a valid score in NEET UG followed by counselling conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). NEET UG will be conducted on May 05, 2020. Check How to Apply for NEET UG
Application form for BHU MBBS/ BDS will be available in the month of June. Those seeking admission can register directly on MCC portal. At the time of application submission, the candidates need to submit their NEET UG along with All India Rank and Personal details. Check NEET Cut Off
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BHU MBBS/ BDS application form is available in the month of June after the declaration of NEET UG result. Students can apply by following the given steps:
Final admission to BHU is subject to candidates’ rank in NEET UG, seats available and reservation criteria. Here is the minimum NEET Cutoff required to get shortlisted in for the counselling round:
|Category||Minimum percentile required to Qualify|
BHU MBBS/ BDS merit list is published separately for each round. Selected students need to attend the counselling on given dates. No separate intimation will be given regarding the counselling. Candidates are advised to keep track of all admission and counselling related updates.
BHU MBBS/ BDS counselling is conducted by MCC in three rounds including a mop-up round. Only those students who have maintained the position in merit list are eligible for counselling.
MCC counselling process starts with a login and choice locking procedure for the desired course and college. After completion of the choice locking procedure, the final seat allotment process is performed. Selected students have to report at the allotted college for document verification and other admission proceedings.
Note: If the seats remain vacant, MCC also conducts other counselling rounds following the same process as explained above.
|Registration for I round of Counselling and Choice Filling||June II Week|
|Choice Locking & Seat Allocation||June III Week|
|Registration for I round of Counselling and Choice Filling||July I Week|
|Choice Locking & Seat Allocation||July II Week|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College