1st Phase MBBS/BDS counselling details

10,456 took part in 1st Phase MBBS/BDS counselling 

Aspirants must arrive at the institutions they have been assigned by  17 Feb.


For the 1st phase of virtual counselling for MBBS/BDS spots underneath the Statewide pool, a total of 10,456 applicants were summoned. On 30 Jan, the counselling will commence at 10 a.m.


The 1st phase’s information has been released by the DME’s selection panel. Aspirants will have until 5 p.m. on 2 Feb to write out and finalize their preferences. The panel will hold admissions counselling for MBBS & BDS programmes at State govt & self-funding medical & dentistry institutions, as well as the ESIC Medical University & PGIMSR located K.K. Nagar, Chennai.


On 6 Feb, a roster of aspirants asked for certificate validation will be issued, plus certifications will be reviewed in 36 governmental medical institutions & 2 govt dentistry institutions through 7-9 Feb.


Regarding the distribution of assignment directives to the 10 largest applicants underneath the 7.5 percent allotment, Health Secretary J. Radhakrishnan stated that spots will be allocated based on the applicants’ preferences once the certifications were verified. On  11/12 Feb, permanent allocation directives would be provided.


39,862 from 40,852 submissions were deemed to be qualifying. There are 5,822 MBBS spots in the region (4,319 spots in governmental medical institutions & 1,503 spots in 17 self-funding medical institutions). There are 437 places earmarked for prospective aspirants the prioritised reservations criteria. Governmental dentistry institutions have 170 places while self-funding dentistry institutions have 1,960 spots. There are 107 spots reserved for individuals who meet the priority allocation criteria.

“To demonstrate how the counselling would be handled, we created a film.” “The certification authentication will be undertaken at State govt colleges, & the ultimate allocations will be granted on 11/12 Feb with the pupils’ approval,” the spokesman added. On 13 Feb, applicants must acquire their preliminary allocation documents & during 14-17 Feb, travel to the institutions to which you have been assigned.


As per authorities, the State has provided ten spots to the dentistry pool underneath the preferred allocation programme, with the expansion to Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Dentistry Institute receiving approval from the National Medical Board. The Province now has 107 spots available underneath the 7.5 percent mandate. On Fri, applicants of the preferred allotment reported collecting physical counselling.

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