Frequently asked question
Admission to MBBS Course
For admission in DMC, following is the procedure-
1. Qualify NEET Exam
2. Register yourself for admission process through MCC/DGHS.
Cut off marks for General Category for the year 2022-2023: 605
For qualifying in NEET, students have to score a minimum of 50 percentile for UR (unreserved) and 40 percentile for SC (scheduled castes)/ST(scheduled tribes)/OBC (other backward class) category.
No. To get admission qualifying the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is mandatory for all candidates, including Indian and foreign nationals.
A total of 120 seats are available.
Yes, reservations are available for SC/ST/OBC candidates as per the government guidelines. The percentage of seats reserved for each category is subject to government regulations and may vary each year.
Minimum Age Limit: The candidate must have completed 17 years of age on or before December 31 of the admission year. For example, if the admission year is 2023, the candidate should have completed 17 years of age on or before December 31, 2023.
Upper limit: Case is pending with Hon’ble Supreme Court. (However, you are requested to refer the MCC website for latest updates)
The counselling rounds are conducted as per the norms/ rules/ guidelines of MCC; where usually after the end of the first, second and mop up rounds if the seats still remain unfilled, then a stray vacancy round is conducted at the institution as per MCC/ DGHS/ SIU guidelines.
During the admission process, if mandatory documents as required by MCC/DMC are not available or there is some ambiguity; then DMC will declare the candidate as ineligible for admission at DMC. However, you can contact MCC for seeking further guidance/ clarification.
1. General category: A candidate must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology at the Qualifying Examination.
2. SC, ST and OBC-NCL category: The marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology taken in qualifying examination must be 40% marks.
3. For candidates with Benchmark Disabilities, the minimum marks in qualifying examination in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology taken together must be 45%. For more details, visit: https://ntaneet.nic.in/Ntaneet/Infarmation-Bullten.aspx
- The essential documents typically required for MBBS admission include:
- NEET-UG Admit Card and Rank Card
- Allotment Letter issued by MCC
- Birth Certificate or 10th certificate
- 10th and 12th Admit Cards
- 10th and 12th Mark Sheets and Passing Certificates
- Character Certificate from the last attended school/college
- Transfer Certificate (TC) from the school/college last attended
- Migration Certificate (if applicable)
- Category Certificate (for SC/ST/OBC candidates)
- OBC-NCL as per Central List certificate issued by the competent authority.
- Disability Certificate issued from a duly constituted and authorized Medical Board in an online format by the designated centers as per NMC norms (Ref. U-1l1011/01/2023-MEC Dated 05.07.2023). No other PWD certificate, issued by any other Authority/Hospital will be entertained.
- Domicile Certificate (if applicable)
- Medical Fitness Certificate
- Eight (8) Passport-sized photographs
- EWS Certificate as per the prescribed format
- Affidavit for anti-ragging by parents and students in the Judicial Court of Darbhanga
- Gap Affidavit
For NRI Category, following documents are required in addition to those mentioned in above Ans.1:
1) Passport and Visa of Sponsorer
2) Embassy Certificate
3) Sponsorship Affidavit
4) Relationship Affidavit
Yes, candidates must present their original documents for verification during the admission process. After verification, the original documents are returned to the candidates.
No, self-attested photocopies are generally not accepted during the admission process. Candidates need to carry original documents and attested photocopies for verification.
It is advisable to submit all required documents during the admission process. If the 12th-grade results are not available at the time of admission, you may be required to provide an undertaking or provisional mark sheet.
If a candidate from reserved category is selected through Open/General category by MCC; then will the Caste certificate be mandatory?
Yes. In case the candidate has availed the benefit (ex: relaxation in eligibility criteria) due to caste, the caste certificate is required to be scrutinized.
Yes, Gap certificate explaining the reason for the gap in academics, especially if there is a break of one year or more.
Yes, a government-issued identification proof, such as Aadhar Card, Voter ID, or Passport, is usually required for identity verification.
No, Candidates need to submit their documents physically at the college during the admission process.
Fees & Refund
|At the time of admissions Total fees payable at 1st Year||Amount in Rupees (₹)|
|Admission Fee||₹1,000/- One Time|
|Tuition Fee||₹9,000/- Yearly|
|Hostel Fee||₹12,000/- Yearly|
|Caution Money||₹10,000/- One Time|
|Electricity Charge||₹1,200/- Yearly|
|Magazine Society||₹500/- Yearly|
|College Activity||₹2,000/- One Time|
|Student Welfare Fund||₹5,000/- One Time|
|Student Union Fund||₹100/- One Time|
|Date of payment||At the time of Admission|
University Examination Fees will be charged separately
Fees need to paid through online https://dmc.edu.in/online-payments/
If I cancel my admission within the prescribed date, then how much amount will be deducted & how much will be refunded?
It will be as per the directives of DGHS/MCC/NMC.
After cancellation of admission; within how many days will the fees be refunded? What will be the mode of refund?
On cancellation within the stipulated period, your fee will be returned as per DGHS/MCC/SIU guidelines.