NRI Quota MBBS Admission in Haryana Medical Colleges 2024

NRI Quota MBBS Admission in Haryana 2024

Many students who have completed their 10+2 and are eligible to secure a seat through the Undergraduate NEET exam often find themselves overwhelmed and confused. It is disheartening to see that even those who have obtained good marks cannot secure a seat, while students with average scores manage to secure a seat in a UG MBBS program. The main reason for missing out on a seat is the lack of awareness about the current seat allotment process. Despite having a higher budget, many students waste an entire year due to a simple mistake. We aim to provide comprehensive guidance and an easily understandable overview of the seat allotment process. It specifically targets candidates who wish to secure their desired MBBS seat in DMER Medical Colleges across Haryana. Keep reading for more information on NRI quota admission in Haryana medical colleges.

Admission Process

To secure admission for MBBS in Haryana, NRI candidates must go through the centralized counseling process conducted by the Department of Medical Education & Research (DMER) Haryana, which can be accessed through their website Website. The admission process is based on the marks obtained in the NEET exam. Only candidates who have qualified for the NEET exam and meet the eligibility criteria can register and fill out the application form for MBBS admission in Haryana. The counseling conducted by DMER Haryana consists of three rounds: Round 1 (online), Round 2 (physical counseling), and Mop-up Round (physical counseling). In the College Round, the fourth round, if there are x vacant seats, a list of 10x registered candidates will be sent to the college. These seats will be allocated strictly based on merit, following the order of the list.

Government Medical Colleges

Category Serial No. Medical College
Government Medical Colleges 1 PGIMS, Rohtak
2 Bhagat Phool Singh GMC(W), Khanpur Kalan, Sonipat
3 Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati GMC, Nalhar
4 Kalpana Chawla Government Medical College, Karnal
5 ESIC, Faridabad
Government-Aided Medical College 1 Maharaja Agrasen Medical College, Agroha, Hisar
Private Medical Colleges Affiliated with Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences Rohtak 1 NC Medical College and Hospital, Panipat
2 Adesh Medical College and Hospital, Shahbad, Kurukshetra
3 World Medical College, Jhajjar
Private Medical Colleges Established under the Haryana Private Universities Act of 2006 1 SGT Medical College, Hospital & Research Institute, Gurugram
2 AI-FALAH School of Medical Science & Research Centre, Faridabad

Seat Matrix(Tentavive MBBS 2024-2025)

College Name NRI Seats
Bhagat Phool Singh Govt. Medical College for Women, Sonipat 3
ESIC Medical College, Faridabad 0
Kalpana Chawla Govt. Medical College, Karnal 3
Maharaja Agrasen Medical College, Agroha Hisar 3
PGIMS, Rohtak 6
Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati GMC, Nalhar 3
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Govt. Medical College, Faridabad 3

Fee Structure

Category Fee Structure
Government/Government Aided Medical Colleges
  • At the time of admission: 25000 USD
  • Per year: 12500 USD
Private Medical Colleges Affiliated with Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak Entire course: 1,10,000 USD
SGT University Per annum: 40,275 USD
AI-Falah University, Faridabad Per year: 26,450 USD

Seat Allocation Preferences

  1. In government institutions, 15% of the seats fall under the All India Merit Category of NEET UG-2024, while the remaining 85% are categorized under the Haryana State Merit/Category of NEET UG-2024. For private medical and dental institutions affiliated with Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, 50% of the seats will be filled through the State Quota, and the remaining 50% will be filled through the Management category. Of the 50% management category seats, 15% will be reserved for the Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Category. The seat distribution for medical colleges under SGT University, Gurugram, and PDM University, Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar, will follow the guidelines stated in Section-35 of the Haryana Private Universities Act, 2006. The State Reservation Policy will be applicable for admission to all State Quota seats in govt. and government-aided medical colleges, as well as for 50% of State Quota seats in private medical colleges affiliated with Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak.
  2. Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, has been granted the authority to conduct online Combined Centralized Counselling based on the merit of NEET-UG-2024. This counseling process is applicable for admission to all government, government-aided, and private medical educational institutes in Haryana, including those affiliated with SGT University, Budhera, Gurugram (a private university), AI-Falah University, Faridabad (a minority private university), and PDM University, Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar (a private university).
  3. Applicants applying for admissions based on NEET UG 2024 must meet the eligibility criteria specified by NEET UG 2024 to be considered for admission.
  4. Candidates provisionally allotted seats must appear in person for document verification at Pt. B. D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak. They must bring all original documents for verification before the Admission Committee. The allocation list will be uploaded based on the merit list on the admission web portal. It is important to note that the provisional allocation of a seat or institute online does not grant any legal right to the candidate. The seat will be confirmed only after the document verification process, which will be conducted within a specific period as notified. The Admission Committee reserves the right to cancel the provisional allocation of a seat if the candidate's documents are incomplete or invalid.
  5. The Registration cum Counselling fee for an NRI category student is Rs 10000.
  6. Admissions under the NRI category will be based on the merit of NEET-2024. Only candidates who have qualified for the NEET exam will be eligible for admission under the NRI category. Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs), Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs), and Foreign Nationals who have qualified for NEET can also apply under the NRI category by the notifications issued by the Government of India. However, for admissions under the NRI quota, Foreign Nationals will be considered only if any vacant seats remain after exhausting the list of NRIs, PIOs, and OCIs.
  7. Theallocation of NRI category seats will follow the following preferences:

(i) Actual NRIs/OCIs/PIOs candidates who originally belonged to the State of Haryana.

(ii) Children of NRIs/OCIs/PIOs who originally belonged to Haryana State.

(iii) Actual NRIs/OCIs/PIOs who originally belonged to an Indian State and Union Territories other than Haryana.

(iv) Children of NRIs/OCIs/PIOs who originally belonged to an Indian State and Union Territories other than Haryana.

If NRI seats are still vacant after considering preferences (i-iv), the following criteria for the Ward/Nearest relation of NRI will be considered under the NRI Quota seats:

1. The person should be in the nearest relation.
2. The definition of nearest relation includes the following blood relations:
(a) Real Brother and sister of the father (i.e., real uncle and real aunt).
(b) Real Brother and Sister of the mother (i.e., real maternal uncle and maternal aunt).
(c) Father and mother of the father (i.e., grandfather and grandmother).
(d) Father and mother of the mother (i.e., maternal grandfather and maternal grandmother).
(e) First-degree paternal and maternal cousins.
(f) The person should be an NRI.

3. The person should ordinarily be residing abroad.
4. The person should have looked after the student as the guardian, and evidence in the form of an affidavit verified by the competent authority must be provided.

- NRI students paying the fee in installments must provide a Bank Guarantee/Surety Bond for the remaining fee.
- If any NRI seats remain vacant after the second round of counseling, they will be offered to NEET-qualified, eligible foreign nationals. If seats remain vacant, they will be converted to General Category seats in Government/Government Aided Medical Colleges and Management Category seats in Private Colleges.
- The fee for NRI candidates will only be accepted from NRI/NRE bank accounts.

NRI Category

Category Description
I. NRI Category 1 The candidates are NRI, and their nativity is from Haryana.
II. NRI Category 2 The candidates are not NRI; their parents are, and their nativity is from Haryana.
III. NRI Category 3 The candidate is NRI but belongs to another state.
IV. NRI Category 4 The candidate is from another state, and their parents are NRI.
V. NRI Category 5 Sponsored Candidates (Candidate and parents both are NRI).

Let us take some scenarios based on last year's cut-off for NRI candidates.

Category Last Year's Cut-off
I. NRI Category 1 NEET score as low as 121
II. NRI Category 2 NEET score of 145

NRI Seat Eligibility Criteria

  1. Either of the parents should hold NRI status and live abroad.
  2. The sponsoring relative who supports the student's admission must be a first-degree relation and should also be residing abroad as an NRI.
  3. If the student does not have parents or close relatives or is under the guardianship of another nearest relative, they may still be considered. However, in such cases, the guardian must have genuinely treated the student as a ward and must submit an affidavit. The affidavit should demonstrate the guardian's involvement in the student's affairs, their relationship with the student, and their status as an NRI who ordinarily resides abroad.

NRI Admission Criteria

  1. NEET qualification: NRI students must have qualified for NEET UG.
  2. Age requirement: NRI students should have attained the age of 17.
  3. Academic eligibility: NRI students must have individually passed the subjects of PCB and English and obtained a minimum of 50% marks collectively in these subjects at the qualifying examination.
  4. Nationality: Candidates must be NRI (Non-Resident Indian) or PIO (Person of Indian Origin) or OCI (Overseas Citizen of India), or foreign nationals. However, for admission under the NRI quota, preference will be given according to the following order:
    1. Actual NRIs/OCIs/PIOs who originally belonged to Haryana.
    2. Children of NRIs/OCIs/PIOs who originally belonged to Haryana.
    3. Actual NRIs/OCIs/PIOs who originally belonged to an Indian state or Union Territory other than Haryana.
    4. Children of NRIs/OCIs/PIOs who originally belonged to an Indian state or Union Territory other than Haryana.
  5. Admission priority: If a sufficient number of eligible candidates are available in the first category for NRI admission, they will be admitted even if students in the following categories have higher merit.

NRI definition for Government and Private Medical colleges in Haryana

The NRI definition followed in the state of Haryana aligns with the definition outlined in the Income Tax Act of 1961. According to this definition, a "Non-Resident Indian" refers to a person of Indian origin who does not hold the status of a "resident" as per the act. The act states that a person is considered a "resident in India" if they have resided there for a specified period. This period requires the person to stay in India for at least 182 days in a financial year or 365 days spread over four consecutive years, with at least 60 days in each of those years. Any Indian citizen who does not meet these criteria is classified as a non-resident of India.

A "Person of Indian Origin" (PIO) is an individual who is a citizen of any country other than Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, or Pakistan. Additionally, a person qualifies as a PIO if they or their parents or spouse were citizens of India as per the Constitution or if they held an Indian passport at any time.

The "Overseas Citizenship of India" (OCI) is a scheme established to provide a form of pseudo-citizenship since the Indian Constitution does not permit full dual citizenship. Under the OCI scheme, individuals who qualify as PIOs can obtain an OCI card, a long-term visa. However, this card comes with certain restrictions, such as limitations on voting rights and government job opportunities, and it serves as proof of OCI status for eligible individuals.

Haryna NEET UG Counselling Process 2024

The DMER (Directorate of Medical Education and Research) in Haryana is responsible for conducting the Haryana NEET 2024 counseling process for all eligible candidates. Any updates regarding the Haryana NEET counseling, including important dates, will be posted on the official website Interested candidates must register for the Haryana NEET counseling within the specified deadline. The Haryana MBBS merit list for 2024 will be published online and include the names of NEET 2024-qualified students eligible for the counseling process. The counseling process will consist of three rounds, including a mop-up round. Seat allotment in the Haryana MBBS counseling will be based on the choices made by the candidates, their NEET 2024 rank, seat availability, and reservation criteria.

DMER will oversee the Haryana NEET 2024 admissions for 85% of the state quota seats in government and government-aided colleges. However, counseling for the remaining 15% of All India Quota (AIQ) seats will be conducted by the DGHS (Directorate General of Health Services) on behalf of the MCC (Medical Counselling Committee).

Candidates can check the below-mentioned details of Haryana NEET UG Counselling Procedure 2024:

  1. The Haryana MBBS 2024 counseling will consist of two online and manual mop-up rounds.
  2. Fresh registration is required for each Haryana MBBS 2024 counseling round.
  3. After each round of counseling, DMER, Haryana, will publish a merit list based on the received applications.
  4. Separate category-wise merit lists will be released for government-aided medical and dental colleges and private medical and dental colleges.
  5. Candidates on the merit list will participate in the choice-filling and locking process.
  6. Seat allotment will be based on the choices made by the candidates, their NEET 2024 scores, seat availability, and reservation.
  7. The seat allotment results for Haryana MBBS admission will be published online in PDF format.
  8. Candidates who are allotted seats must report to the respective colleges to confirm their seats.

Note: Candidates must report to the allotted institute within the specified period. If any seats remain vacant in private colleges under the state quota after the two online rounds of Haryana MBBS counseling 2024, those seats will be converted into management quota seats.


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