DU MBBS 2024 Application Form, Eligibility and Respective Dates

DU MBBS 2024 Application Form, Eligibility and Respective Dates

Admission into MBBS course offered by the University of Delhi will be given on the basis of their performance in NEET. The NEET qualified candidates will have to take part in the counseling process conducted by Medical Counseling Committee. The candidates who are allotted a seat in medical colleges of this university will be shortlisted for admission. Additionally, the candidates will have to register on Faculty of Medical Sciences to get final admission. Check the post below to find complete details of the DU MBBS admission 2024 process.

Flowchart for Delhi University MBBS Admission 2024

The process of DU MBBS 2024 has been simplified as follows:

  • Appear in the NEET exam 2024 conducted by NTA
  • Take part in the counseling conducted by MCC, providing the medical colleges under DU as preferred choices
  • Register on the website of FMSC (only if allotted seat in medical college of DU)
  • Get documents and eligibility verified and take admission

Important Dates

Find here the tentative dates related to Delhi University MBBS 2024 admission:

Events Tentative Dates
1st round
Online registration and choice filling2nd week of June 2024
Locking of final choice3rd week of June 2024
Allotment of seat3rd week of June 2024
Declaration of result4th week of June 2024
2nd round
Online registration and choice filling1st week of July 2024
Locking of final choice2nd week of July 2024
Allotment of seat2nd week of July 2024
Declaration of result2nd week of July 2024
Mop-up round
Online registration and choice filling2nd week of August 2024
Locking of final choice3rd week of August 2024
Allotment of seat3rd week of August 2024
Declaration of result3rd week of August 2024

Number of Available Seats

Name of Medical College

Seats to be filled in 85% Delhi Quota Seats

Seats to be filled in by D.G.H.S. 15% AIQ

Seats to be filled through “Central Pool Scheme” (NGOI)

Total Seats

MBBS Course






15% Quota


































BDS Course






15% Quota











Eligibility Criteria 

Age – The candidates should have completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December 2024. The upper age limit is 25 years as on 31st December, 2024. There is a provision for relaxation by 5 years for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes.

Educational Qualification – Candidates must have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-Technology and English from the recognized schools with at least 50% marks in PCB are allowed. 40% for SC/ ST candidates. 

To get admission to 85% Delhi Quota seats, candidates must have studied 11th and 12th standard through regular classes from a recognized school within the National Capital Territory of Delhi.  

Registration Procedure

  • The candidates will have to register themselves for DU MBBS admission 2024 on the official website www.fmsc.ac.in.
  • In the registration form, the candidates will have to provide their personal and educational details.
  • Scanned copies of their photograph and signature will also be uploaded in the application form.
  • During registration, the candidates will also have to pay a specified amount of registration fee.
  • After successful registration, the candidates must take a printout of the registration form and fees receipt.
  • Only those allotted a seat in the DU affiliated college should only register themselves or else their candidature will be cancelled and any fees submitted will not be refunded.

Note – It is mandatory for all candidates to take printout of Registration Form, Original Certificates, Surety Bond along with two Sets of Self attested photocopies and report to the concerned College/Institution

Registration fee:

  • The registration fee payment can be done online using debit card/ credit card/ net banking.
  • The registration fee will be Rs. 1500/- for general and OBC candidates and Rs. 1000/- for SC/ ST/ PWD candidates.
  • Fees once submitted will not be refunded.

Merit list preparation

  • The University will prepare the merit list on the basis of NEET 2024 scores. 
  • Please note that there will be a separate merit list for candidates from different categories. 
  • The merit list will be displayed on the official website. 

Tie Breaking Criteria

In case two or more candidates have equal marks then the university will rank candidates on the basis of the following parameters.

  • An aspirant with a higher score in Biology/ Bio-Technology will get a better rank.
  • Second priority will be given to those with higher marks in chemistry.
  • Older candidates will get priority.

Counseling & Seat Allotment

The NEET qualified candidates will have to register themselves for counseling on the official website of Medical Counseling Committee www.nic.in. Candidates who have passed their class 11th and 12th from a recognized school of Delhi can apply for 85% seats. Rest 15% seats will be available to all the candidates who qualify their NEET exam.

The candidates who aspire for admission in MBBS college of DU will have to provide their choice for colleges affiliated to this university during the counseling. Care should be taken to select these colleges as the top priority as seat will be allotted according to the preference given by the candidates. The following medical colleges will take part in the counseling process:

  • Lady Harding Medical College (LHMC) (only female candidates)
  • Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC)
  • University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS)

Now, according to the rank of the candidates and the number of seats available, seat will be allotted to them. The candidates who are allotted a seat in the colleges affiliated to Delhi University can then register for admissions on the website of Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi.

DU MBBS 2024 Admission Process

  • Candidates who are allotted a seat in DU University medical college by MCC and who have successfully registered themselves at the FMSC website will be eligible for admissions.
  • Before granting final admissions, the eligibility and documents of the candidates will be verified.
  • The applicants must report to the allotted institute along with their documents in original and photocopy.
  • After successful verification, the candidates will be enrolled into the institutes.
  • Those who fail to complete the admission formalities within the specified time limit will forfeit their seat.

Important Documents

The candidates reporting for admission must carry the following documents along with them. Applicants who fail to do so will not be considered for admission.

  • Printout of FMSC registration form
  • Allotment letter issued by MCC
  • Provisional admission registration cum fees slip
  • Admit card of NEET exam 2024
  • Valid scorecard of NEET exam 2024
  • NEET exam 2024 result
  • Aadhaar card
  • Class 10th certificate for proof of age
  • Mark sheets of class 12th
  • Passing certificate of class 12th
  • Latest certificate from the principal of school last attended (as per the Proforma given on the FMSC website)
  • Character certificate from the principal of school last attended
  • SC/ ST certificate of candidate and father both (if applicable)
  • OBC certificate (if applicable)
  • PWD certificate (if applicable)
  • Entitlement/ concession certificate (for CW category)
  • Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card (if applicable)
  • Surety bond of Rs. 3 lakh signed by two sureties and duly attested by Notary

Medical entrance exam info

Frequently Asked Questions

Is medical fitness mandatory for DU MBBS Admission?

Yes, candidates are expected to be medically fit to take admission.

Will there be any entrance exam for admission?

No, the admission will be provided on the basis of the NEET exam.

In which mode, the counselling for DU MBBS Admission will take place?


What is the upper age limit for admission?

25 years. However, relaxation in the upper age limit will be given according to the rules.

Is it possible to apply for DU MBBS Admission without filling the NEET application form?

No, applying for NEET is mandatory.


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