What NEET Rank Ensures an MBBS Seat in Delhi?

Probably almost every candidate of the 11.5 lakh candidates appearing for the medical entrance test (NEET) is starry-eyed about studying in the best medical college in the country. Hours are spent day dreaming of sitting in the medical first-year class in a top college like the Maulana Azad Medical College or the Lady Hardinge Medical College or the University College of Medical Sciences. These dreams take the candidate to Delhi where some of the best medical colleges which admit students through the NEET exam are located.

What does it take to get admission in a medical college in Delhi? The answer is hard work.

Delhi has seven medical colleges namely (i) Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), (ii) Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College (VMMC), (iii) University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS), (iv) Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC), (v) North DMC Medical College (NDMC), (vi) Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Medical College (DBSAMC), (vi) Army College of Medical Sciences (AMCS).

These colleges together have on offer 860 seats. Of the total seats, 15% is allotted to All India quota, and the rest is for Delhi domicile students

College Seats     (as on 2017)
MAMC 209
UCMS 129
LHMC 159
ACMS 100
Total 860

 The cut – off ranks are as follows:

College Delhi Domicile All India Quota
Opening Rank Closing Rank Opening Rank Closing Rank
MAMC 67 1163 10 44
VMMCS 104 231 43 106
UCMS 1262 2892 44 128
LHMC 1831 4755 48 263
NDMC 2982 5547 134 212 (*)
DBSAH 3103 5283 227 347(*)
ACMS 43304 56712 88% seats reserved for wards of army personnel

(*) first cut off

The writing on the wall is clear, top ranks are required to get into the prestigious medical colleges located in Delhi especially when you are vying for a seat through the All India Quota.

Branolia wishes you all success in your preparation to crack a seat into the best medical colleges in the country located in Delhi.

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