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Find Maharashtra State Quota NEET counselling information such as Cut off, Seat Matrix, Tuition Fees, Eligibility, Medical Counselling Procedure, etc here.

MBBS Admission Counselling for Maharashtra State Quota is conducted by the Admissions Regulating Authority, through the State Common Entrance Test Cell Maharashtra which comes under the State Government of Maharashtra. 85% of MBBS seats in all government colleges are allotted to Maharashtra state belonging to candidates of the 3 Regions. Apart from the government colleges, Management Quota & NRI Quota seats in private medical colleges, are allotted by the Admissions Regulating Authority through CET.

Table of Contents

1. Quick Summary
2. Counselling Procedure
3. Counselling Registration
4. Allotment Process
5. Eligibility
6. Domicile Rules
7. Seat Reservation
8. Seat Matrix
9. Required Documents
10. NEET Cutoff

Quick Summary

Mode of Counselling Online
Conducting Authority Admissions Regulating Authority,
Directorate of Medical Education & Research Maharashtra
Total Medical College Participating 19 Government Colleges,
1 Government-Aided College,
5 Municipal Corporation Colleges,
18 Self-Financing Colleges,
1 Minority College
Total MBBS Seats in Government Govt Quota – 4,330
Total MBBS Seats in Private Mgmt Quota – 2,220, NRI – 000
Tuition Fees Govt Quota in Government College ==> Rs 85,800/Year,
Govt Quota in Private College ==> Rs 1,50,000/Year,
Mgmt Quota ==> Rs 5,30,000 – Rs 15,00,000/Year,
NRI Quota ==> $ 38,000 – $ 70,000/Year.
Registration Date Ist week of June
Registration Fees Rs 1,000 (For SC and ST category – Free)
Rs 1,000 (for Mgmt and NRI Quota)
Registration Website www.cetcell.net
Phone Helpline +91-22-22016119, +91-22-22016128, +91-22-22016134,
+91-22-22016153, +91-22-22016157, +91-22-22016159.
Email Helpline maharashtra.cetcell@gmail.com

Maharashtra State Medical Counselling Procedure

Maharashtra State Quota Counselling conducted by the Directorate of Medical Education & Research Mumbai. This committee fills the all available medical seats in the state of Maharashtra. DMER conducts the medical counselling for these colleges such as:

  • Government
  • Government-Aided
  • Municipal Corporation
  • Private & Minority Institutions

Seat Reservation Percentages

For government medical colleges, 15% of medical seats are reserved for All India quota, the remaining 85% of the medical seats are reserved for Maharashtra state quota.

For Private medical colleges. 15% of medical seats are reserved for  NRI quota candidates and 35% of medical seats are reserved as Institution Quota and the remaining 50% of the medical seats are reserved for Maharashtra state quota.

  • In the state of Maharashtra, the Government & Private medical colleges have 6,650 medical seats.
  • At the same time, Maharashtra state Deemed universities having 2050 medical seats.

Region-wise Reservations in Maharashtra

Maharashtra state medical seats are divided on the basis of 3 Regions by the Admissions Regulating Authority. 70:30  reservation ratios are followed by these 3 regions they are as follow as:
Let’s take GMC Nagpur medical college situated in the Rest of Maharashtra(ROM) region which has 100 MBBS seats. 70% of the seats go for Rest of Maharashtra region candidates, and the remaining 30% seats are reserved for the Maharashtra state student who resides in any of the three region.

  • Vidarbha regions have 3 medical colleges
  • Marathwada regions have 19 medical colleges
  • Rest of Maharashtra regions have 19 medical colleges

Criteria to claim the 70% Regional quota

  • If a candidate wants to participate in 70% regional quota he or she should study in the respective region.
  • A candidate should be passed in the 12th standard or HSC or it’s equivalent examination.

Criteria to claim the 30% State quota

  • If a candidate wants to participate in 30% state quota he or she can be anywhere in Maharashtra state.
  • A candidate should be passed in the 12th standard or HSC or it’s equivalent examination.

Allotment Process

Maharashtra state medical counselling will be conducted by the Admissions Regulating Authority Mumbai. Through the Centralised Allotment Process (CAP) qualified candidates are allotted. The Maharashtra State CET CELL(SCET), Mumbai conduct the admission process for all Health & Science courses in Maharashtra. Online applications will be invited for the eligible candidates for admission into Government, Corporation, Private & Minority Colleges. The counselling conducted mode is online and it conducts 2 rounds of counselling with the qualified candidates.

There is no counselling fees for the qualified candidates of SCET. The cost of online application form of NEET-UG is Rs.1000/- ( non-refundable fee ). After applying,  physical document verification process will be conducted by the SCET Maharashtra for all state medical colleges.  “Document Verification Centre” will be declared later by the Maharashtra counselling authority. So, candidates are advised to follow the counselling website every day during the MBBS Admission counselling time. If the candidates are satisfied with their seat allotment but he or she decides not to participate in any further rounds they should have to submit the “Status retention form”.

Counselling Process

  • Registration is must to participate in the counselling
  • Online application form filling
  • Payment of registration fees through any online payment gateway
  • Publishing the registered candidate’s list
  • Document verification
  • Online preferences of choices filling process
  • Publishing the provisional state merit list
  • Selected candidates list for first-round
  • Last date of joining college for first-round candidates
  • Selected candidates list for second-round
  • Last date of joining college for second-round candidates
  • Selected candidates list for mop-up round
  • Last date of joining  college for mop-up round candidates
  • Vacant seats are surrender to the private college for stray round counselling

Mop-Up Round Counselling

After conducting two or more Centralized Allotment Process(CAP) rounds for  Government/Corporation/Private aided/Private Unaided/Minority colleges, if the seats still remain with non-allotment or non-reporting vacancies those seats will be filled in the Mop-Up round.

Eligible candidates for Mop-Up round counselling:

  • If any candidate is not admitted in 1st or 2nd round
  • If any candidate is being wait-listed
  • If any candidates choice was not available in 1st or 2nd round

Non-Eligible candidates for Mop-Up round counselling:

  • If any candidate seats are allotted in CAP rounds but not joined
  • If any candidate fills the status retention form
  • If any candidate resigned after allotting the seats in previous rounds

Stray round Counselling

After conducting the CAP mop-up round, if any vacancy seats still remain in private-unaided or private minority colleges those unfilled seats were filled by the institutions under the stray round counselling. The dean or principal of the institutions can fill the vacant seats on the basis of NEET-UG merit list.

Payment & Refund of the Tuition Fees

The tuition fees has to be paid for the respective college through the demand draft. If any candidate’s change of college/course/admission is cancelled/he or she wishes to cancel the allotment, the tuition fees will be refunded to the candidates after the deductions. Dean or principal of the college is responsible for making the refund of the tuition fees, on the basis of cancellation letter from the candidate.

Cancellation and Penalty

If the selected candidates he or she fails to join the college with the prescribed time, the admission is cancelled by the competent authority. If the selected candidates wish to cancel the admission it should be cancelled in the respective college also. The college should accept the cancellation and need to inform the competent authority along with a copy of the cancellation letter from the candidate. If the admission is cancelled by the candidates they need to pay the penalty for cancelling their allotted admission.

Service Bond & Penalty

If any candidates are selected through GOI nominee or All India quota they are required to sign a bond to serve the Government of Maharashtra or local self-government or Defence services as an internship. If the candidates are failed to complete their internship with the period of one year, he/she need to pay non-refundable Rs.10,00,000/- (Rupees ten Lakhs only) as a penalty. This penalty is applicable for those candidates who do not join the last round counselling / cancel his or her seat on the time of admission. This penalty is applicable for any candidates resigning the seat after publishing the cut off date. If any candidates fails to complete the course or irrespective of admission quota of the candidate. Additionally, he or she needs to sign an undertaking effect that he or she will not leave India within a period of five years from the date of obtaining the degree. Otherwise, he or she will have to pay Non-Refundable Rs. 10,00,000/- (Rs.Ten Lakhs only) as penalty.

Eligibility to Participating the Maharashtra State Medical Counselling

  • All of the candidates should be an Indian National
  • If the candidate belonging to open category the candidate should secure 50 percentile marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology (PCB) as per NTA norms.
  • If the candidate belonging to any constitutional reservation with any kind person with a disability they need 40 percentile marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology (PCB) as per NTA norms
  • NRI candidates are eligible for institutional quota seat only then can’t claim any other seats.
  • NRI candidates also eligible on the basis of All India quota in private unaided colleges through NRI Quota
  • All of the candidates should born on before 31st December 2002 to be eligible for all health & science courses.
  • Birth certificate of the candidates should be indicating the name of the candidate,  SSC or HSC certificate will be valid proof.
  • All of the candidates should submit their medical fitness certificate
  • The candidates should have been qualified the examination in HSC or 12th Standard or equivalent examination as well as SSLC or equivalent examination in a school situated in the State of Maharashtra

To Claiming the Nativity & Domicile

  • If the candidates want to claim the domicile they need to live in the domicile of Maharashtra
  • Domicile certificate should be issued by the District Magistrate or Metropolitan Magistrate or Competent Authority.
  • The candidate needs to qualify 10th & 12th from the State of Maharashtra and it should be the domicile of Maharashtra or candidate should stay in Maharashtra for a minimum period of 10 years
  • The candidate should pass SSLC or HSC or equivalent examination from school or junior college that needs to situated in the hilly area of his or her parent’s domicile or taluka of his or her parent’s domicile to claim hilly are quota.
  • Parent’s domicile certificate is needed to claim the hilly area reservations.
  • The candidate must be a domicile of a place situated in the areas as specified and they need to produce the domicile certificate from the district collector.
  • If the candidates are qualifying the SSC or HSC in any institution that is situated outside the State of Maharashtra they are not the domicile of Maharashtra. Also, they are not eligible for getting any health science course admission in Maharashtra

Category Seat Reservations

Communal Categories Reservations in Maharashtra State for Government Colleges

  • Open/ GN / UR – Open / General / Unreserved Category <===> 9%
    • EWS – Economically Weaker Sections <===> 10%
  • OBC / SBC – Other Backward Class / Special Backward Class <===> 19%
    • SEBC – Socially Educationally Backward Classes <===> 16%
  • VJ / DT-A – Vimukta Jati / De-Notified Tribes <===> 3%
  • NT-1 / NT-B – Nomadic Tribes <===> 2.5%
  • NT-2 / NT-C – Nomadic Tribes <===> 3.5%
  • NT-3 / NT-D – Nomadic Tribes <===> 2%
  • SC – Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Caste converts to Buddhism <===> 13%
  • ST – Scheduled Tribes <===> 7%

Communal Categories Reservations in Maharashtra State for Un-Aided Private Institutions

  • MGMT – Management Quota Reservations <===> 35%
  • Open/ GN / UR – Open / General / Unreserved Category <===> -%
    • EWS – Economically Weaker Sections <===> 10%
  • OBC / SBC – Other Backward Class / Special Backward Class <===> 9.5%
    • SEBC – Socially Educationally Backward Classes <===> 16%
  • VJ / DT-A – Vimukta Jati / De-Notified Tribes <===> 1.5%
  • NT-1 / NT-B – Nomadic Tribes <===> 1.25%
  • NT-2 / NT-C – Nomadic Tribes <===> 1.75%
  • NT-3 / NT-D – Nomadic Tribes <===> 1%
  • SC – Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Caste converts to Buddhism <===> 6.5%
  • ST – Scheduled Tribes <===> 3.5%
  • NRI – Non-Resident Indian <===> 15%

Special Reservation Categories

  • PWD – Persons with Disability
  • Defence – Defence Category
  • HA – Hilly Area Reservations
  • MKB – Maharashtra – Karnataka Disputed Border Area Residents
  • Orphan – Orphan Reservations ( Without biological parents / adoptive parents / legal guardians )

Minority Reservation to Others

  • Jain Minority
  • Muslim Minority
  • Christian Minority
  • Gujrathi / Sindhi Minority
  • Hindi Linguistic Minority

To claim Communal Reservations

A candidate needs to submit his or her Caste Certificate to claim the communal reservations of the Maharashtra state. Also, he or she needs to submit the Caste Validity Certificate for the respective categories such as  OBC, SBC, SEBC, NT-A, NT-B, NT-C. The Caste Validity Certificate valid up to 31st March of the current year issued by the appropriate authorities will be considered as proof.

To claim Female Reservations

Maharashtra state offers separate female reservations only for female candidates. 30% female reservations for female candidates shall be divided under 30% of state seats & 70% of regional seats in all medical courses. This reservation can be claimed by the females under categories like Common, EWS, OBC, SEBC, VJ, NT-1, NT-2, NT-3, SC, ST, with special reservations also like Hilly Area(HA), Maharashtra Karnataka Border (MKB) & Defence(D). If the female reservations are not claimed, those seats were reverted to male candidates of these above categories.

To claim NRI Reservations

If a candidate wants to claim the NRI reservation he or she should born outside India or A person of Indian origin who resides permanently outside India. They are also called as NRI – Non-Resident Indian /  OCI – Overseas Citizen of India. If they want an MBBS admission in Maharashtra they need to participate All India Counselling conducted by MCC. In private institutions of Maharashtra that offers 15% of medical seats to the NRI candidates.

These are the certificates needed to claim the NRI reservation:

  • Residence of NRI with a valid VISA,
  • Passport of the candidate or Nationality certificate,
  • A copy of Foreign bank account passbook with entries of the last 6 months preceding,
  • Proof of the residence that shows minimum continuous stay of 182 days as NRI in Abroad.

NRI certificate of the students where he or she is related to his or her father/mother or else any straight bloodlines residing Aboard.

To claim EWS Reservations

If a candidate wants to claim the EWS reservation, he or she should produce Caste Certificate, Caste Validity Certificate and Non-Creamy Layer Certificate at the time of physical document verification process. However, the EWS candidates should produce eligibility certificate issued by the competent Authority. If the candidates fail to produce the above certificates they will be considered as Open Category Candidate. They cannot claim the EWS reservations.

To claim PWD Reservations

PWD candidates should submit the proof of his/her medical disability with the prescribed proforma certificate issued by the medical board authorities. Persons with Disability quota seats will be distributed under 30% Open category of State quota.

To claim Defence Reservations

If a candidate want to claim a seat under Defence category, they need to submit the proper defence certificate from appropriate authorities. Defence quota seats are reserved only for the Defence personals. Ex-defence service personnel’s or Active defence personnel’s son/daughter/spouse can claim the Defence quota seats in the state of Maharashtra. Defence quota seats will be filled by the Maharashtra state region.

To claim Hilly Area Reservations

Domicile certificate of the parent’s village is declared as a Hilly Area places. That should be specified in the respective regions list issued by the concerned department that includes the Vidarbha / Marathwada / Rest of Maharashtra Regions. This certificate should be obtained from the concerned Revenue Officer or Tehsildar.

To claim MKB Reservations

If the candidate wants to claim the Maharashtra-Karnataka Disputed Border Area Resident Reservations through the online application form, he needs to get the Disputed area certificate from the respective authorities. To claiming the MKB quota reservation there is no document is required at time of online registration. Click here to see the Maharashtra – Karnataka Disputed Border Area Residents.

To claim Religions / Minority Reservations

If the candidate wants to claim the  Jain / Muslim / Christian minority reservation they need to submit the school leaving certificate that says he or she belongs to Jain / Muslim / Christian minority. Minority certificate from a Religious place can be valid to claim the minority reservations.

To claim Gujarati / Sindhi Reservations

If the candidate belonging to the Gujarati / Sindhi minority they have to submit the school leaving certificate with an Affidavit mentioning that they belong to Gujarati / Sindhi Minority.

To claim Hindi Linguistic Reservations

If the candidate wants to claim the Hindi Linguistic minority reservation they need to submit the school leaving certificate which mentions that the candidate mother tongue is Hindi. The Hindi Linguistic certificate can be issued by the school headmaster/principal.

MBBS Seat Matrix – Maharashtra State

There are 5 types of college are available on the basis of 3 Maharashtra regions such as:

  1. Government Colleges
  2. Government Aided Colleges
  3. Municipal Corporation Colleges
  4. Private Colleges
  5. Minority Colleges

Vidarbha Region-wise Medical Colleges

Name of the Medical Colleges Type Seats
Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha Govt-Aided 100
NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Nagpur Private 150
Dr.Panjabrao Alias Bhausaheb Deshmukh Memorial Medical College, Amravati Private 100

Marathwada Region-wise Medical Colleges

Name of the Medical Colleges Type Seats
Government Medical College, Aurangabad Government 200
Dr.Shankarrao Chavan Medical College, Nanded Government 150
Government Medical College, Latur Government 150
Swami Ramanand Tirth Rural Medical College, Ambajogai Government 150
Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education & Research Talegaon, Pune Private 150
SMBT Institute of Medical Sciences, Nashik Private 150
KJ Somaiya Medical College, Mumbai Private 50
Terna Medical College, Navi Mumbai Private 100
BKL Walawalkar Medical College, Ratnagiri Private 100
Smt.Kashibai Navale Medical College, Pune Private 150
Ashwini Rural Medical College, Solapur Private 100
Dr.Vasantrao Pawar Medical College, Nashik Private 120
ACPM Medical College, Dhule Private 100
Dr.Vithalrao Vikhe Patil Medical College, Ahmednagar Private 150
Dr.Ulhas Patil Medical College, Jalgaon Private 150
Prakash Institute of Medical Sciences, Sangli Private 150
Vedantaa Institute of Medical Sciences, Palghar Private 150
Maharashtra Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Latur Private 150
Indian Institute of Medical Science & Research, Jalna
( Jamia Islamia Ishaatul Uloom’s Muslim Minority )
Private 100

Rest of Maharashtra (ROM) Region-wise Medical Colleges

Name of the Medical Colleges Type Seats
Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai Corporation 250
Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai Corporation 150
Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Mumbai Corporation 200
Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Thane Corporation 80
HBT Medical College Juhu, Mumbai Corporation 200
BJ Government Medical College, Pune Government 250
Grant Medical College, Mumbai Government 250
Government Medical College, Nagpur Government 250
Dr.Vaishampayam Memorial Medical College, Solapur Government 200
Government Medical College, Miraj Government 200
Shri Bhausaheb Hire Medical College, Dhule Government 150
Rajashree Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Medical College, Kolhapur Government 150
Government Medical College, Jalgaon Government 150
Government Medical College, Baramati Government 100
Indira Gandhi Medical College, Nagpur Government 200
Government Medical College, Chandrapur Government 150
Government Medical College, Gondia Government 150
Shri Vasant Rao Naik Medical College, Yavatmal Government 200
Government Medical College, Akola Government 200

AIIMS & AFMC Medical Colleges are participating under NEET in the year 2020 onwards

Name of the Medical Colleges Type Seats
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Nagpur Government 50
Armed Forces Medical College, Pune Government 150

Required Documents for Medical Counselling

Following documents are needed to participate in the Maharashtra state medical counselling. All original documents and xerox copies should be attested.

  • SSLC Marksheet
  • HSC Marksheet
  • School leaving certificate / Transfer certificate
  • Government ID proof / Nationality certificate
  • Photocopy of the candidate
  • Aadhaar card
  • Birth certificate
  • Domicile certificate
  • Caste Validity certificate
  • Community / Caste certificate
  • Medical fitness certificate
  • NTA NEET Marksheet
  • NTA NEET Admit card
  • Copy of Online application form

These are the needed certificates to be provided compulsory to claim the special reservations in Maharashtra state medical counselling.

  • PWD certificate
  • Defence certificate
  • MKB certificate
  • Hilly Area certificate
  • Minority certificate
  • SEBC certificate
  • Orphan certificate from the authorities to claim the Orphan reservations
  • Non-Creamy layer certificate for EWS valid up to 31st March of the current year

Physical Document Verification Centre

All candidates should choose their nearest physical document verification centre during the time of online registration. Document verification date will be declared after the online registration is complete. The list of centres will be declared at a later stage. All qualifying candidates should report personally (proxy not allowed) to their respective document verification centres which is selected during the online registration.

Online Application Form Filling Process

  • Application form link will be displayed. click on application form link
  • Read the instructions carefully while filling the online application form
  • Click the Next button to go to online application form
  • Candidate need to fill all entries given in the application form.
  • The system will validate required fields before allowing he or she to submit
  • Before the submission of an application form, all of the candidates should give the “Declaration by the Candidate”
  • Candidate should agree with the given conditions, before submitting the application form
  • He or She needs to click the “I Agree” button so that the application form will be accepted
  • During submission, system will ask your “Password” for verification.
  • After submission of form, he or she needs to pay non-refundable online prescribed fee Rs.1000/- through the payment gateway
  • Candidate should take a printout of Receipt of online fee payment
  • Log-In Link will be available on website to verify the application Form
  • Candidate should log in with an application number
  • User Name and Password are needed to download the printout of application Form
  • Candidate has to preserve the downloaded printout of an application form, receipt of online fee payment, copy of downloaded online application form, downloaded copy of information brochure for subsequent use
  • After completing the online payment, the candidates need to upload their required documents online

Online Choice Filling Method

While the choice filling preference form, every candidate must consider all colleges including the colleges not approved by the respective medical council. Non-recognized / Non-approved college if gets the approval during the selection process of the first round or second round the same preferences will be considered. If the candidate submitting the preference form for a college or course, it shows that the candidates have accepted the tuition fees, other fees and other terms and conditions of that respective college.

  • A candidate should submit the preference form.
  • After filling & final submission of preference form, no chance will be given to fill fresh preference form or change the preferences
  • Login with application number
  • After login, preference form will be displayed
  • Candidate can fill minimum 1 preference up to maximum 300 preferences
  • You have to click ( Save Preferences )
  • Before ( Lock Preferences ) candidate can change preference with multiple logout & login
  • For the final submission, Click ( Finish)
  • Lock Preferences ( TAB ) will open
  • You have to click the checkbox and make sure that you check all the preferences and then click “Lock Preferences”
  • After final submission, no change of preferences is allowed
  • If the candidate fails to ( Lock Preferences ) his/her preference form will not be saved and it will be rejected
  • After submitting choice form, take print out of the preference form.
  • Candidates should fill the preference form as early as possible to avoid last day rush
  • They should not wait until the last date to fill the preference form.
  • Any delay due to electricity failure or due to any technical fault will not be considered by the authorities
  • Candidate login session may expire in 10 Minutes, So all candidates should do the ( Save preferences )

Last Year NEET 2019 Cutoff for Maharashtra State

All India Quota NEET 2019 Cut off

S.No Category AIR Cutoff NEET Cutoff
1 GN 11222 586
2 SC 64942 475
3 ST 82977 451
4 MNQ 419888 218

Maharashtra State Quota NEET 2019 Cut off – Government Colleges

Least preferred Government Medical College in Maharashtra state during 2019 was Govt Medical College Gondia

S.No Category AIR Cutoff SR Cutoff CR Cutoff Score Cutoff
1 COMN 34197 2720 528
2 NT1 121752 10963 150 407
3 NT2 71183 6261 204 466
5 NT3 44791 3734 112 508
6 OBC 40222 3282 887 516
7 SC 108012 9768 718 421
8 SEBC 129491 11610 1583 399
9 ST 293336 22402 415 279
10 VJ 83433 7488 172 450
11 D1 106510 9634 423
12 D2 81550 7297 453
13 D3 570778 35420 166
14 EWS 56028 4827 347 489
15 HEWS 256118 20225 1233 301
16 HCOMN 77250 6867 458
17 HOBC 102437 9270 2630 428
18 HSC 519504 33422 4293 182
19 HSEBC 255929 20211 2504 301
20 HST 285616 21948 398 283
21 MKB 104053 9410 426

Maharashtra State Quota NEET 2019 Cut off – Private Colleges

S.No Category AIR Cutoff SR Cutoff CR Cutoff Score Cutoff
1 COMN 97845 8825 433
2 NT1 232466 18746 351 316
3 NT2 118764 10691 424 410
5 NT3 114519 10350 375 415
6 OBC 117078 10555 2972 412
7 SC 171944 14682 1430 361
8 SEBC 185306 15576 2029 350
9 ST 358583 26033 600 245
10 VJ 144744 12788 374 385

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