Dhubri Medical College, Dhubri

Govt Est. 2022Dhubri, Assam
About College

Dhubri Medical College & Hospital

Dhubri Medical College & Hospital represents a significant advancement in healthcare and medical education within the Dhubri district of Assam and stands as a testament to the commitment of the Indian government towards improving healthcare infrastructure under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme "Establishment of new Medical Colleges attached with existing district referral Hospital". As the 9th medical institution in Assam, it underscores the state's ongoing efforts to enhance the health and welfare of its people.

Located on R.K. Mission Road, Jhagrarpar, Dhubri, the college is situated approximately 290 km from Dispur, the capital of Assam. The foundation for this vital institution was laid on 17th February 2017, covering an area of about 108 Bighas, symbolizing a significant milestone in the region's healthcare journey. Affiliated with the Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences, Assam, the college has been designed to accommodate 100 undergraduate students annually. This initiative aligns with the National Medical Commission's mandate to produce competent Indian Medical Graduates equipped with the requisite knowledge and skills to serve the diverse health needs of the community.

The vision of Dhubri Medical College & Hospital encompasses excellence in patient care, education, and research, aiming to create a holistic environment where future medical professionals can thrive and contribute effectively to the healthcare sector. Recognized by the Government of India and the National Medical Commission (NMC) , the college's affiliation with Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences, Guwahati, further solidifies its standing as a premier institution for medical education and healthcare service.

To accommodate outstation students, the college provides separate housing facilities for boys and girls, ensuring a comfortable and conducive living environment that supports their academic pursuits.

Dhubri's strategic location, sharing international borders with Bangladesh to the West and interstate borders with West Bengal, adds to its significance. The district boasts a diverse landscape featuring riverines, forests, and hills, with the majestic Brahmaputra River flowing from East to West. This natural beauty, coupled with the district's rich cultural heritage, provides a unique backdrop for the medical college. Furthermore, Dhubri's connectivity through airways, railways, and roadways, including the proximity to Rupshi Airport, about 15 km from Dhubri town, ensures easy access for students, faculty, and patients alike.

Dhubri Medical College & Hospital thus stands as a beacon of hope and progress for the region, symbolizing the collective aspirations for a healthier future and the empowerment of the next generation of medical professionals.

Number of Seats in MBBS  Dhubri Medical College & Hospital
COURSEUNIVERSITYTYPEESTDNO. OF SEAT
M.B.B.S.Srimanta Shankardeva University of Health SciencesGovt.2022100

The Attached Hospital  Dhubri Medical College & Hospital


A 400+ bed teaching multispecialty hospital and medical college that serves as a tertiary medical referral center for Upper Assam and neighboring states, including Arunachal Pradesh, represents an essential component of the healthcare infrastructure in the region. Its capacity to offer various treatment modalities across both broad specialty and super specialty services ensures comprehensive care for a wide spectrum of patient needs.

The hospital's occupancy rate of 60 to 70% indicates a substantial demand for its services, reflecting its importance to the community it serves. Such an institution provides an invaluable clinical experience for undergraduate students, equipping them with the practical skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their future medical careers.

With outpatient departments that cover a broad range of medical fields, including general medicine, surgery, orthopedics, ophthalmology, and more, the hospital offers extensive services to meet the diverse health needs of the population. The availability of special outpatient departments for conditions like rheumatology, diabetes, and cardiology, which operate on specified days, allows for focused care by specialists in these areas.

Emergency services in critical departments such as casualty, pediatric medicine, obstetrics, and psychiatry ensure that the hospital is prepared to respond to urgent health crises around the clock. This capacity is crucial for a referral center expected to handle a wide variety of emergencies.

Beyond its role in healthcare delivery, the hospital significantly contributes to the field of medical education. By providing excellent facilities for teaching and training, it helps in preparing medical undergraduates for their future roles as healthcare professionals. This educational aspect is vital for maintaining high standards in healthcare services and for fostering innovation in treatments and patient care.

Serving a population of more than 12 lakh in the surrounding areas, the hospital's impact on public health is substantial. It not only offers essential clinical services but also plays a critical role in the training and development of the next generation of medical practitioners, thereby ensuring the continued improvement of healthcare standards in the region.

CONTACT AND OTHER DETAILS:  Dhubri Medical College & Hospital

Address Dhubri Medical College & Hospital, P.O. Jhagrarpar SPO, Dhubri, Assam, PIN - 783325
Phone:03662291285 ,  03662291284
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Website:http://dhubrimedicalcollege.in/
Admission Process

Dhubri Medical College & Hospital MBBS NEETUG Counseling is conducted by 1) MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)( Open To All )and 2) Directorate of Medical Education(DME), Assam (State Domicile)

AIQ (Medical Counselling Committee(MCC) )SQ Directorate of Medical Education(DME), Assam  State Domicile
15%85%

1 ) MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)(15%) (Open To All)

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) under the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) is tasked with conducting counseling for a diverse range of medical seats across the country. This includes 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats, 100% seats in Deemed Universities, Central Universities (such as Delhi University, Aligarh Muslim University, and Banaras Hindu University, including their Institutional/Domicile Quotas), Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) medical colleges, Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) for the registration part, and Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (including VMMC & SJH, ABVIMS & RML, and ESIC Dental, Delhi) covering both 15% AIQ and 85% Institutional Quota. Furthermore, MCC/DGHS handles 100% of the seats in AIIMS and JIPMER, as well as B.Sc. Nursing courses in Central Institutes.

The primary responsibility of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)of DGHS is the allotment of seats to participating candidates based on their merit and personal choices. This crucial process commences only after the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) receives the list, data, or information of successful candidates from the National Testing Agency (NTA), which is the body responsible for conducting the NEET (UG) examination. Through this well-structured and transparent counseling process, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) ensures that candidates are matched to their preferred institutions in a fair and merit-based manner, facilitating their journey towards becoming future healthcare professionals.

Eligibility Condition:

  • The candidate should have qualified under NEET-UG eligibility.
  • Domicile-free Counseling (Open to all)

Step Wise Counseling Process conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)

 The counseling process for admission into various programs will encompass four distinct rounds: Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, and the Stray and Special Stray Vacancy Round. In accordance with the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India's directives, as per the orders dated 12.12.2022 and 16.12.2021 in the case of "SLA (C) No. 10487 of 2021 in the matter of Nihila P.P. v/s MCC & Ors.," all four rounds will be conducted online by the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). This approach ensures a transparent and accessible counseling process for all candidates.

Following the Supreme Court's approval, no seats will revert to the participating states after Round 2, marking a significant change in the counseling process. The Mop-up Round will now be recognized as Round 3 from the 2023-24 session onwards. It is crucial for candidates to make informed decisions regarding their participation in Round 3 of AIQ/Deemed/Central Universities counseling, as withdrawal from this round will not be permitted. Additionally, candidates accepting a seat in Round 3 will be ineligible for any further counseling rounds.

To facilitate a seamless transition between rounds and ensure optimal seat allocation, data will be shared between the Centre and the States. Any candidate listed in the allotments will be excluded from the All India Stray Vacancy Round to maintain the integrity of the counseling process.

For seats designated as JAIN MINORITY/MUSLIM MINORITY/NRI, any vacancies remaining after Round 3 will convert to UR MANAGEMENT Private Deemed University seats. This conversion only occurs after all eligible candidates for JAIN MINORITY/MUSLIM MINORITY/ NRI seats have been considered, ensuring no seat goes unfilled and maximizing educational opportunities for all students.

RoundsTypes of Counselling Mode 
Round 1- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline
Round 2- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline
 Round 3 (earlier MOPUP)- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline
Stray Vacancy Round- - By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline
Special Stray Vacancy Round -Online - Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline

Reservation Policy for 15% All India Quota seats: 

The Reservation Policy of the Central Government for the NEET-UG Counselling in All India Quota is as follows:

S.C.- 15% 

S.T.- 7.5% 

O.B.C.- (Non-Creamy Layer) as per the Central OBC list- 27%

 EWS- as per Central Government norms- 10%

 PwD- Horizontal Reservation as per NMC norms- 5%

NOTE:- Reservation of seats under PWD Category is 5% in AIQ & as per NMC norms (Gazette Notification no. MCI-34(41)/2018-Med./170045 dated 04/02/2019). For range of disabilities included, please see Annexure ‘1’.

Guidelines for NRI Seat Allocation during MCC Counseling

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has established specific criteria for Non-Resident Indian (NRI) seat allocation as per the directives issued by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. According to the verdict in W.P. No. 689/2017 - Consortium of Deemed Universities in Karnataka (CODEUNIK) & Anr. vs. Union of India & Ors. on August 22, 2017, candidates qualifying as NRIs are eligible for NRI category seats. This eligibility extends to Overseas Citizens of India (OCI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO), and Foreign Nationals, who may only apply for NRI-designated seats.

Indian Nationals seeking to be reclassified to the sponsored NRI category must adhere to the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)'s requirements, including the timely submission of necessary documents upon request. Candidates are encouraged to stay informed on the process through official Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) communications to ensure compliance and secure their eligibility for NRI seat consideration during the counseling sessions.

First Round:- (AIQ/Central Institutes/University/AIIMS/JIPMER/Deemed University/AMU/BHU/B.Sc. Nursing)  (Free Exit Round)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-AIQ, Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix display round 1
  • Exercising of Choices and Locking of choices on all days.
  • Process of Seat Allotment Round-1
  • Publication of result of Round-1 on MCC website
  • Uploading of essential certificates after declaration of result.
  • All allotted students must download the allotment letter
  • Options for an allotted candidate :- 

If You're Satisfied with Your Allotted Seat and Wish to Join the College:

  1. Physical Reporting: You are required to physically report to the college to which you've been allotted to complete the joining formalities.
  2. Fee Payment: Upon reporting, you will need to pay the tuition fees and any other applicable fees to secure your seat. Please note, the security deposit paid during the MCC counselling cannot be adjusted against the tuition fees.
  3. Document Submission: After paying the fees, you must hand over your original documents to the college as part of the admission process.
  4. Security Deposit: The security deposit will be refunded by MCC after the counselling process concludes.

If You Wish to Participate in the Next Round:

For Upgrading: If you're satisfied with your current seat but, interested in exploring better options in the next round, you must:

  1. Join the college allotted in Round 1 by physically reporting, paying the fees, and submitting the necessary documents.
  2. Express your willingness for upgradation during the admission process. This indicates that while you're accepting the Round 1 seat, you're also interested in being considered for a better seat in Round 2.

If You're Not Satisfied with Your Allotment:

Seeking a Better Option: If the current allotment does not meet your expectations and you wish to participate in the next round for a better seat without reporting, be aware that:

  1. You will forfeit your currently allotted seat
  2. You must go through the counselling process again to be considered for a new seat in the subsequent round.

If You've Decided to Quit the MCC Process:

  • Withdrawal: If you're not satisfied with the MCC allotted seat and have secured admission elsewhere, you can withdraw from the MCC counselling process. By doing so, you will not be considered for any seat allotment in the future rounds. MCC will return your security deposit post the counselling period.
Note: if a registered candidate is not allotted a seat in round 1, he/she can participate in round 2 directly without fresh registration. 

2nd Round :-(AIQ/Central Institutes/University/AIIMS/JIPMER/Deemed University/AMU/BHU/B.Sc. Nursing) (No Free Exit Round)

Fresh Registration for 2ND ROUND (not required for earlier registered candidates)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Fresh New Registration for Round-2 for those candidates who have not registered in Round-1 (with full payment of fees)
  • Seat matrix display for round 2
  • Exercising of “Fresh Choice filling” and Locking of choices.
  • Process of Seat Allotment Round-2
  • Publication of result of Round-2 on MCC website
  • Uploading of essential certificates after declaration of result
  • All allotted students must download the allotment letter
  • Physical Reporting with original documents at the allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 2 allotted seat
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit) (Exit With Forfeiture of Fees )( Upgradation is available For  Round 3 only.)
  • Reporting at the Medical Institutions/university against 2nd Round (candidates once joined the allotted seat against 2nd Round are not allowed to vacate the seat) (Candidates who have allotted a seat in round 2 can opt for willingness to upgrade from round 2 to round 3 for which they will have to physically report at the allotted college.)
Note:
If upgraded in to Round 2, the candidate must take relieving from Round 1 seat and join Round 2 seat. 
The Security Deposit will be forfeited if a candidate who has been allotted a seat in the Second Round or subsequent rounds and does not join the respective institution. Also, the Security Deposit will be forfeited if the admission gets cancelled due to any reason 
Candidates getting upgraded in Round 2 shall NOT have any claim on Round 1 seat. 
 If a candidate freshly registered in round 2 is not allotted a seat, he/she can participate in round 3 directly without fresh registration.
However, if an upgraded candidate does not want round 2 seat, he may avail exit with forfeiture after round 2 result announcements. 

3rd Round :- (AIQ/Central Institutes/University/AIIMS/JIPMER/Deemed University/AMU/BHU/B.Sc. Nursing) (No Free Exit Round)
Fresh Registration for Round 3(not required for earlier registered candidates)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Fresh New Registration Round 3 for those candidates who
  1. Have not registered in Round-1 or Round 2 (with full payment of fees).
  2. Have Resigned / Not reported in Round-1 or Round 2 need to fill fresh choices only with full payment of fees
  • Seat matrix for round 3
  • Exercising of “Fresh Choice filling” and Locking of choices
  • Process of Seat Allotment Round-3
  • Publication of result of Round 3 on MCC website.
  • Uploading of essential certificates after declaration of result
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
  • Physical Reporting with original documents at the allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 3 allotted seat
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit)
Note:-
If upgraded, the candidate must take relieving from Round 2 seat and join Round 3 seat. Once joined, he cannot upgrade or resign from this seat. 
For seats designated as JAIN MINORITY/MUSLIM MINORITY/NRI, any vacancies remaining after Round 3 will convert to UR MANAGEMENT Private Deemed University seats. This conversion only occurs after all eligible candidates for JAIN MINORITY/MUSLIM MINORITY/ NRI seats have been considered, ensuring no seat goes unfilled and maximizing educational opportunities for all students.
If allotted a seat, the candidate cannot upgrade or resign. If any candidate does not join Round 3 seat, he may exit with forfeiture of fees and elimination (cannot participate in any further rounds).
If a candidate freshly registered in round 3 is not allotted a seat, he/she is eligible to participate in stray round. 
Candidates getting upgraded in Round 3 shall NOT have any claim on Round 2 seat.
Data will be shared with Centre and the States after Round 3 and if any candidate has his name in the list of allotted candidates in either Centre or State, then such candidates shall be eliminated from the All India Stray Vacancy Round. 

Stray vacancy: (AIQ/Central Institutes/University/AIIMS/JIPMER/Deemed University/AMU/BHU/B.Sc. Nursing) (No Free Exit Round)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected]) (*NRI seat openings during the counseling rounds are contingent on the availability of NRI vacancies.)
  • Fresh registrations shall be done for Final Stray Vacancy Round.
  • Seat matrix display for stray round
  • Seat matrix for Stray Round
  • Exercising of “Fresh Choice filling” and Locking of choices
  • Process of Seat Allotment Stray Round
  • Publication of result of Stray Round on MCC website.
  • Uploading of essential certificates after declaration of result
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
  • Reporting To The College
NOTE:-
If a candidate is allotted a seat in Stray round, he/she has to join the allotted seat/college. If the candidate does not join the allotted seat, he/she shall be debarred from NEET examination for 01 Year along with forfeiture of fees. 

Special Stray vacancies:- (AIQ/Central Institutes/University/AIIMS/JIPMER/Deemed University/AMU/BHU/B.Sc. Nursing) 

NOTE:- The Special Stray Vacancy Round is conducted exclusively to fill any seats that remain vacant even after the Stray Vacancy Round. This round is a final attempt to ensure that no seat goes unfilled, providing one last opportunity for candidates to secure a position in their desired college or course.

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected]) (*NRI seat openings during the counseling rounds are contingent on the availability of NRI vacancies.)
  • Seat matrix Special Stray vacancies
  • Exercising of “Fresh Choice filling” and Locking of choices
  • Seat allotment Special Stray vacancies
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
NOTE:-
If a candidate is allotted a seat in SPECIAL Stray round, he has to join the allotted seat/college.  If the candidate does not join the allotted seat, he/she shall be debarred from NEETUG examination for 01 Year along with forfeiture of fees. 

SEAT MATRIX OF Medical Counselling Committee(MCC)   FOR THE YEAR 2023-24:

QuotaOpenOpen PwDGeneral- EWSGeneral- EWS PwDOBCOBC PwDSCSC PwDSTST PwDTotalSeats
All India501140112015

Dhubri Medical College & Hospital AIQ(MCC) CUTOFF RANK 2023-24 :

LEAST CUTOFF RANK FOR DIFFERENT CATEGORIES  IN ROUND 1, ROUND2  of 2023-24
ROUND 1ROUND 2
RankAllotted CategoryRankAllotted Category
17630Open20682Open
18586OBC21461OBC
19683EWS22442EWS
72458SC107593SC
119515ST139120ST

Allotment PDF LINKS for the year UG 2023-24 Counselling :

MCC NEET  2023-2024
 Information bulletin neet (ug) 2023Click
Seat Matrix AIQ Click
Seat Matrix DEEMED UNIVERSITIESClick
Seat Matrix CENTRAL UNIVERSITYClick
Seat Matrix AIIMSClick
Seat Matrix final ESIC insured personClick
Seat Matrix jipmerClick
FINAL RESULT ROUND 1Click
FINAL RESULT ROUND 2Click
FINAL RESULT ROUND 3Click
Stray Vacancy Round AllotmentClick
Special Stray Vacancy Round AllotmentClick

2) Directorate of Medical Education(DME), Assam (State Domicile) For Dhubri Medical College & Hospital 

For those interested in pursuing MBBS/BDS courses in Government Medical and Dental Colleges of Assam, the admission process for the first year is regulated under the Assam (Regulation of Admission to First Year MBBS/BDS Courses) Rules 2017, which have been revised up to 2023. The selection for quota seats is facilitated through an online counseling process conducted by the Directorate of Medical Education (DME), Assam.

Eligibility rules

1. Candidate's agc should not be below 17 years and above 25 years of age on the 31"' day of December of the year in which the Omission is sought for:Provided that the maximum age limit is relaxable by 3 years in case of candidates belonging to the SC/ST(P)/ ST(H) / OBC / MOBC category.

2. Candidates must have resided in Assam for not less than 20 years, evidenced by the certificate in Annexure-I of the Application Form in Schedule-I of the admission rules, to be submitted during counselling. However, this requirement does not apply to children of All India Services officers allocated to Assam, for whom a service certificate of the parent from the relevant Assam government authority must be provided if called for counselling.

3. Candidates are required to have completed their education from Class VII to XII within Assam and must have passed their qualifying examination, or its equivalent, from an institute located in the state. Proof of this educational trajectory, as detailed in Annexure-II of Application Form in Schedule-1 of the admission rules, must be presented if called for counselling:  

Key Points of the Exemption

1. Applicability: This exemption applies to candidates whose education from Class VII onwards took place outside Assam because their parent (either father or mother) was posted outside the state due to their employment with:

• The Assam State Government,

• The Central Government,

• A Corporation,

• An Agency,

• An Instrumentality under the Government of Assam or the Central Government.

2. Conditions of Employment: The parent's employment can be in various forms—on deputation, transfer, or a regular posting—outside Assam.

3. Relaxation Benefit: The time spent by the parent working outside Assam will not count against the candidate. This means the usual requirement of studying in Assam for eligibility under the state quota can be relaxed for these candidates.

4. Proof Requirement: Candidates seeking to avail of this exemption must provide a certificate of employment for their parent. This certificate should detail the parent's posting outside Assam, including the period of service. It must be obtained from the relevant authority.

5. Counselling Process: This documentation is essential if the candidate is called for counselling. It serves as proof to justify the exemption and secure eligibility under the specific quota seats reserved for state candidates.

ROUND 1 ( FREE EXIT ROUND) 

EventsDates
Release of the application form 
Last date to fill application form 
Online Choice filling last date 
Online Choice locking dates 
Processing of seat allotment 
Round 1 result 
Reporting/joining 

Key points of the admission process include:

Online Counseling Registration: Candidates must register online for the counseling round on the official website of DME Assam (www.dme.assam.gov.in). This is a crucial step to participate in the selection process.

To apply for MBBS/BDS counseling, follow these detailed steps to ensure a smooth application process:

  1. Navigate to the official counseling website and find the "MBBS/BDS Counselling" link to get started.
  2. Carefully read all the instructions provided before proceeding. Once you're ready, click on the "Apply Now" button to begin your application.
  3. Fill out the application form with all the required details. This includes your personal information (like name, date of birth, etc.), academic qualifications, contact details, and address.
  4. The next step involves uploading digital copies of your photograph and signature. Ensure that the photograph is within the size range of 35 Kb to 20 Kb and the signature is between 30 Kb to 15 Kb. Both the photograph and signature should be in either JPEG or JPG format to comply with the application requirements.
  5. Before submitting your application, take a moment to review all the information you've entered. This is crucial to ensure that all details are accurate and correctly represented.
  6. Once you're satisfied with the verification of your details, click the "Submit" button to finalize your application.
  7. Following the successful submission of your online application, you will need to print the e-challan provided. Take this e-challan to any branch of the State Bank of India to deposit the required application fee.
  8. Additionally, it's highly recommended that you print a copy of the completed Assam MBBS/BDS 2023 application form. Keeping this printout is important for your records and any future correspondence or requirements in the counseling process.

Option Filling: After registration, candidates will have the facility to fill in their preferences online. It's an opportunity to select the colleges and courses of their choice.

Option Locking: After the last date of option filling, there will be a period where candidates can lock their choices. If not locked by the candidate by the given deadline, the options will be automatically locked and considered final.

Seat Allotment Process: Following the option locking, the seat allotment process will be carried out based on the preferences given by the candidates and their merit.

Publication of Selected Candidates: A list of provisionally selected candidates, along with the admission modalities, will be published and displayed on the DME Assam website.

Special Categories and Reservations:

Candidates from various categories, including OBC-MOBC(NCL), Moran, Motak, Tai Ahom, Chutiya, Koch Rajbongshi, TGL, Ex-TGL, Four Regions, and Special Categories (such as Freedom Fighters, Martyrs of Assam Movement, Candidates under Unreserved, PWD, Reserved Category including Extremist Violence, Ex-Servicemen, and Serving Defense Personnel, Sports quota), are required to register and participate in the online counseling.

For ex-servicemen, serving defense personnel, and candidates applying under the Freedom Fighters and Sports Quota, document verification will take place at the DME office. Only those found eligible for these quotas will participate in online counseling.

Note: There will be no separate offline counseling for these seats; all processes are conducted online to ensure transparency and convenience for all candidates.

Post Allotment Process 

All provisionally selected candidates are hereby directed to report to the office of the Principal of the respective Colleges with following terms and condition

  1. All admissions will be provisional and will be as per MBBS/BDS Admission Rules, 2017 (revised till 2023). Subject to meeting the requisite eligibility criteria and the final decision of Hon. Gauhati High Court in WP(C) No. 3868 of 2023 (Jasmin Ara Ahmed vs. State of Assam and Other).
  2. Candidates have to pay the admission and counseling fee amount (approximately Rs. 25,000/-) at the time of admission. You will have to bring all the necessary original documents with you.
  3. Candidates must be eligible as specified in the MBBS/BDS Admission Rules, 2017 (Amendment till 2023) Original admit card, mark sheet, passing of HSLC and HSSLC or equivalent examination Certificates, caste certificate and documents will have to be submitted. college authority On receipt of acknowledgment from the concerned college at the time of admission.
  4. Admission of candidates will be done by the Medical Board constituted by the Principal of the respective colleges. Issue is subject to satisfactory medical fitness certificate.
  5. All candidates must enter into an agreement in the prescribed format as per the admission rules Which will be available in the admission rules Schedule-II-A/Schedule-II-B published in this Directorate. Website www.dme.assam.gov.in. Candidates will have to submit the agreement within 15 days of their admission in the office of the Principals of the respective colleges.

ROUND 2 (No Free Exit Round) 


For MBBS/BDS counseling at www.dme.assam.gov.in, round 1 participants can apply directly for colleges without re-registering, while new candidates must register for round 2, followed by choice filling and locking, with automatic locking if not manually done.

EventsDates
Release of the application form 
Last date to fill application form 
Online Choice filling last date 
Online Choice locking dates 
Processing of seat allotment 
Round 2 result 
Reporting/joining 

Post Allotment Process 

1. All admissions will be provisional and will be as per MBBS/BDS Admission Rules, 2017 (revised till 2023). Subject to meeting the requisite eligibility criteria and the final decision of Hon. Gauhati High Court in WP(C) No. 3868 of 2023 (Jasmin Ara Ahmed vs. State of Assam and Other).

2. Candidates have to pay the admission and counseling fee amount (approximately Rs. 25,000/-) at the time of admission. You will have to bring all the necessary original documents with you.

3. Candidates must be eligible as specified in the MBBS/BDS Admission Rules, 2017 (Amendment till 2023) Original admit card, mark sheet, passing of HSLC and HSSLC or equivalent examination Certificates, caste certificate and documents will have to be submitted. college authority On receipt of acknowledgment from the concerned college at the time of admission.

4. Admission of candidates will be done by the Medical Board constituted by the Principal of the respective colleges. Issue is subject to satisfactory medical fitness certificate.

5. Candidates who were admitted to MBBS/BDS course session 2023 after the first round of counseling and MBBS/BDS seats re-allocated in 2nd counseling of state, quota seats, their previous seats and institutes automatically Will be canceled formally.

6. Candidates who have been re-allocated seats at the time of second counseling should first produce their original documents. Must be collected along with the release letter from the Principal of the concerned college in which he earlier took admission And only then they will report to the Principal. Re-allocated course and college for admission.

7. Any candidate, who submits false information/declaration at the time of online selection or admission, His admission can be canceled at any time. Criminal action will be taken against Such candidates will be held guilty for submitting false, fabricated documents/information under the appropriate law.

8. All candidates must enter into an agreement in the prescribed format as per the admission rules Which will be available in the admission rules Schedule-II-A/Schedule-II-B published in this Directorate. Website www.dme.assam.gov.in. Candidates will have to submit the agreement within 15 days of their admission in the office of the Principals of the respective colleges.

9. College uniform is mandatory for all students in all medical and dental colleges. college authority Will determine the required dress code.

 

ROUND 3 ( MOPUP ROUND) (No Free Exit Round) 

Third round of online counseling for vacant MBBS/BDS seats in government medical and dental colleges, accessible through its official portal www.dme.assam.gov.in. Candidates who have participated in the first and second rounds of State Counseling and have not joined any college till Round 3 of AIQ or State Quota are eligible to apply for fresh admissions or change their choices during this round without the need for re-registration. The online choice filling facility will be made available to these candidates, with an option to lock their choices by a specified deadline, beyond which choices will automatically be locked. Following the choice locking period, the directorate will process the data and announce the results, outlining the modalities for admission. Provisionally selected candidates will then receive instructions to proceed with their admission at the respective allotted institutes.

Note:- NRI Admission - The State Directorate of Medical Education (DME) sources have confirmed that, as per a recent Supreme Court ruling, there will be no further NRI quota seats allocated in the state from the upcoming academic year.

EventsDates
Release of the application form 
Last date to fill application form 
Online Choice filling last date 
Online Choice locking dates 
Processing of seat allotment 
Round 3 result 
Reporting/joining 
Dhubri Medical College & Hospital  SEAT MATRIX FOR MBBS COURSES IN MEDICAL AND DENTAL COLLEGES OF ASSAM FOR 85% STATE QUOTA SEATS, SESSION  2023
Total seats100NE Quota
15% All India Quota15NE states except Assam-
Central Pool-Meghalaya-
  Nagaland-
    
  Royal Bhutan Quota-
  NRI/NRI Sponsored Quota6
State Quota after exclusion of NRI/NRI sponsored quota79
Unreserved41OBC/MOBC (NCL) (27%)
SC (7%)5OBC/MOBC (NCL)11
ST(P) (10%)8TGL/ExTGL Quota (Brahmaputra Valley)2
ST(H) (5%)4TGL/ExTGL Quota (Barak Valley1
  Moran Communit1
EWS (10%)-Motak Community1
Person with bench mark disability (Divyang) 5%4Tai-Ahom Community2-
  Chutia Community1
  Koch Rajbongshi Community2
Special Category
Char Area's Quota1Extremist Violence-
Freedom Fighter Quota-Martyr's Quota1
Son/ Daughter of  Ex Servicemen/ Serving Defence Personnel of1Sports Quota-
 SEAT MATRIX FOR MBBS & BDS COURSES IN MEDICAL AND DENTAL COLLEGES OF ASSAM FOR 85% STATE QUOTA SEATS, SESSION 2023

State cutoff: 2023-24

NEET-UG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023 Round 1 PDF - CLICK HERE
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NEET-UG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023 Round 3 PDF - CLICK HERE

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Note: The Admission Process is written as per the ordinance of the official Counselling Agency.

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