West Bengal NEET PG Counselling 2024

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West Bengal NEET PG Counselling 2024 opens the door to the Post Graduate Medical/Dental (PGMD) specialization of your choice in the vibrant land of Bengal. The process is typically carried out in three rounds by the West Bengal Medical Counselling Committee (WBMCC), with a potential mop-up round following. While official dates have yet to be announced, aspiring candidates can expect the registration window to open shortly after the NEET PG exam, which is scheduled for March 3, 2024.

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To be eligible for the counselling, you must have passed the NEET PG exam and have a West Bengal domicile certificate. To register online, create an account on the WBMCC portal and fill out the application form. After registering, you will prioritize your preferred colleges and courses based on your rank, desired specialization, and seat availability. Keep in mind that the counselling covers state quota seats in government colleges, state and management quota seats in private colleges, and state quota seats in private dental schools.

Strategic planning is essential for successfully navigating the counselling process. Investigate college options, examine previous cut-offs for your desired fields, and thoroughly understand your own rank. Remember that seat assignment is based on your rank, category, and preferences. To increase your chances of getting the perfect seat, keep up with official announcements, attend mock counseling sessions, and seek advice from mentors.

By combining diligent preparation with informed choices, you can confidently navigate the West Bengal PG NEET Counselling and pave your way to a fulfilling PGMD journey in West Bengal's culturally rich landscape. So, get ready to take the NEET PG exam and begin your specialized medical career!

Highlights 

Specifics Details
Counselling Name West Bengal PG NEET Counselling 2024
Name of the Counselling AuthorityWest Bengal University of Health Sciences (WBUHS)
Counselling ProcessCentralized counselling
Entrance Exam for Medical Course National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Postgraduate (NEET PG).
Eligibility CriteriaCandidates must qualify NEET PG and meet the required cutoff scores.
Counselling LevelState-Level
Counselling ModeOnline
Registration ModeOnline
Counselling RoundsTwo (tentative)
Course OfferedMD/MS/PG Diploma courses
Official Websitehttps://wbmcc.nic.in/ 

Counsellling Dates 

EventsDates
Information bulletinTo be announced
Application form releaseTo be announced
Last date to fill the application formTo be announced
Document verificationTo be announced
Provisional merit listTo be announced
Round one choice fillingTo be announced
Round one provisional resultTo be announced
Round one reportingTo be announced
Round 2 RegistrationTo be announced
Round 2 document verificationTo be announced
Round 2 NEET PG seat matrix in West BengalTo be announced
Round 2 choice fillingTo be announced
Round 2 resultTo be announced
Round 2 reportingTo be announced
Round 3 registrationsTo be announced
Round 3 document verificationTo be announced
Round 3 NEET PG seat matrix in West BengalTo be announced
Round 3 reportingTo be announced
Stray round registrationTo be announced
Stray round document verificationTo be announced
Stray round seat matrixTo be announced
Stray round choice fillingTo be announced
Stray round resultTo be announced
Stray round reportingTo be announced

Courses Offered 

MD Courses 

SpecializationDuration
Aerospace Medicine3 Years
Anatomy3 Years
Anesthesiology3 Years
Biochemistry3 Years
Biophysics3 Years
Community medicine3 Years
Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy3 Years
Emergency Medicine3 Years
Family Medicine3 Years
Forensic Medicine3 Years
General Medicine3 Years
Geriatrics3 Years
Health Administration3 Years
Hospital Administration3 Years
Infectious Diseases3 Years
Marine Medicine3 Years
Medical Genetics3 Years
Microbiology3 Years
Nuclear medicine3 Years
Pediatrics3 Years
Palliative Medicine3 Years
Pathology3 Years
Pharmacology3 Years
Psychiatry3 Years
Tropical Medicine3 Years
Sports Medicine3 Years
Respiratory Medicine3 Years
Radiotherapy3 Years
Radiodiagnosis3 Years
Pulmonary medicine3 Years
Physiology3 Years
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation3 Years

MS Courses 

SpecializationDuration
MS (General Surgery)3 Years
MS (ENT)3 Years
MS (Orthopaedics)3 Years
MS (Ophthalmology)3 Years
MS (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)3 Years
MS (Anatomy)3 Years
MS (Anaesthesia)3 Years
MS (Neurosurgery)3 Years
MS (Traumatology and Surgery)3 Years

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility CriteriaDetails
CitizenshipThe candidate must be a citizen of India.
Permanent ResidenceThe candidate must have a permanent residence in the state of West Bengal or outside the state of West Bengal.
NEET PG QualificationThe candidate must have qualified in NEET PG Medical/Dental 2024.
MBBS/BDS Passing StateThe candidate can be of any MBBS/BDS passing state.
ReservationThere is no reservation (EWS/SC/ST/OBC/OBCA/OBCB/PwD) in Private Management Quota seats.
Eligibility for State Quota SeatsCandidates who are eligible to participate in the West Bengal state quota seats 2024 are also eligible to participate in Private Management Quota seat allotment if they wish so.
Internship Completion of one year of internship or likely to complete the internship on or before 31st March.
Private Medical College EligibilityAny candidate who is a citizen of India and has permanent residence in the State of West Bengal or outside the State of West Bengal, who is qualified through NEET PG Medical/Dental 2024 can apply for the management quota of the Private Medical College in West Bengal (as applicable).

NEET PG Cut-Off 2023

CategoriesCut off percentileCutoff marks
General50th275
SC/ST/OBC40th245
General-PH45th260
SC/ST/OBC-PH40th245

Counselling Process

Step 1: Online Registration & Application

  • Visit the website https://wbmcc.nic.in and complete the online registration and application process within the scheduled time.
  • Enter Roll No, Name, Date of birth in the New Registration click button.
  • Provide additional information such as fathers/mothers name, address, phone no, internship completion details, etc.
  • If any wrong information is provided, use the "edit registration details" button to correct it.
  • Select whether you are an Indian or NRI/OCI/PIO, Open/In-service, Physically challenged or not, already pursuing any PG Medical course or not, etc.
  • Submit the application and provide Caste status and EWS status afresh during the Online Application process of the counseling.

Step 2 (Payment of Requisite Fees, Obtaining Transaction ID, and Generation of Acknowledgement Receipt):

  • After the online registration and application, the qualified and eligible candidates through NEET PG/MDS 2024 will be directed to the online payment system.
  • The amount of payment of fees for counseling is Rs. 3000/- (Three thousand only), which is a one-time and non-refundable fee.
  • The candidate must complete the payment of fees through the online payment gateway available on the website by selecting the appropriate mode of payment (Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking).
  • After successful payment of fees, the candidate will receive a Transaction ID.
  • The candidate must download and take a printout of the Acknowledgement Receipt for future reference.

Step 3 (Choice Filling and Locking):

  • After successful payment and generation of the Acknowledgement Receipt, the candidate can log in again using the Roll Number and Password created during the registration process.
  • The candidate must select the option for Choice Filling and enter the choices of courses and colleges in the order of preference.
  • After entering the choices, the candidate must click on the "Save and Continue" button to proceed.
  • The candidate must ensure that the choices are entered in the correct order of preference, as the seat allotment will be made based on the choices filled by the candidate.
  • After entering the choices, the candidate must click on the "Lock" button to freeze the choices entered.
  • The candidate will not be able to modify or change the choices once they are locked.

Step 4 (Seat Allotment):

  • After the choice filling and locking process is completed, the seat allotment process will begin based on the merit, choices entered by the candidate, and availability of seats.
  • The candidate can check the seat allotment result by logging in to the website using their Roll Number and Password.
  •  If the candidate is satisfied with the seat allotment, he/she must report to the allotted college within the specified time period with all the required documents.
  • If the candidate is not satisfied with the allotted seat, he/she can participate in the further rounds of counseling for seat upgradation.

Step 5 (Reporting to the Allotted College):

  • After the seat allotment process is completed, the candidate must report to the allotted college within the specified time period.
  • The candidate must carry all the required documents in original and a set of photocopies for verification.
  • The candidate must also carry the Admission Fees and Tuition Fees in the form of Demand Draft or online payment as specified by the college.
  • If the candidate fails to report to the allotted college within the specified time period, the seat allotted to him/her will be canceled, and he/she will not be eligible for further rounds of counseling.

Round of Counselling 

Round 1 counseling:

  • Candidates must register and fill in their choices for colleges.
  • Locked choices will be processed for seat allotment based on merit.
  • Physical document verification will take place for selected candidates.
  • Provisional and final lists will be published, and candidates on the final list can fill in their choices for the next round.
  • If a candidate's caste or PWD status is found to be inadequate during verification, they may be converted to a non-reserved candidate and may be out of the counseling process.
  • If a candidate is allotted a seat, they must get admitted to that college and undergo another round of physical document verification.

Round 2 counseling:

  • Candidates who were allotted seats in Round 1 but did not take admission are allowed to participate.
  • Candidates who were not allotted seats in Round 1 but had filled in their choices are allowed to participate.
  • Candidates who did not fill in their choices in Round 1 are allowed to participate.
  • Candidates must register, fill in their choices, and undergo physical document verification again.
  • If a candidate is allotted a seat, they must get admitted to that college and undergo another round of physical document verification.

Mop Up Round Counseling:

  • Candidates who have not registered, verified themselves, or filled their choices in the first and second rounds can do so in the mop-up round.
  • Candidates who were not allotted seats in the first and second rounds can participate in the mop-up round by fresh choice filling, without paying the counseling fee again.
  • Candidates whose allotted seats were cancelled in the second round due to inadequate documentation but still remained eligible for subsequent rounds can participate in the mop-up round.
  • Candidates who did not report during the second round can participate in the mop-up round, but they have to pay a penalty and verify their documents again.
  • Candidates who were admitted after the second round are not allowed to participate in further counseling.

D) Physical Stray Vacancy Round Counseling:

  • Only candidates who were not allotted seats or did not report in the mop-up round can participate in the physical stray vacancy round by physically reporting with original documents and fees for college admission.
  • No fresh registration or fee payment is allowed in this round.
  • The allotment of seats will be based on merit.

MCC 50% AIQ Quota

About MCC

Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The MCC is responsible for conducting online counselling for admission of 50% of seats to various postgraduate medical and dental courses in India, including MBBS and BDS, through the NEET UG and NEET PG exams, respectively.

The MCC conducts centralized counselling for the 50% All India Quota (AIQ) seats in government medical and dental colleges across India, as well as for seats in Deemed and Central Universities, ESIC, and AFMC colleges. The counselling process involves registration, choice filling, seat allotment, document verification, and admission to the allotted colleges.

MCC NEET Counselling Registration

MCC holds four rounds of NEET-UG counseling for AIQ, including a mop-up round and a stray vacancy round. Following the completion of Round 2, the MCC will fill the remaining seats in a mop-up round and a stray vacancy round. The following steps must be taken:

  • Visit the official website: Visit the official website of MCC (https://mcc.nic.in/) and click on the "UG Medical Counseling" tab.
  • New registration: Click on "New Registration" and fill in all the required details such as personal details, contact details, NEET exam details, and security pin. After filling in all the details, click on the "Submit" button.
  • Login credentials: After successful registration, a new page will appear with your login credentials. Use these credentials to log in and fill in your choices of colleges and courses.
  • Choice filling: Fill in your preferred colleges and courses in order of priority. You can choose as many choices as you want.
  • Locking of choices: After you have filled in your choices, you need to lock them by clicking on the "Lock Choices" button. Once the choices are locked, you cannot make any changes.
  • Seat allotment: The MCC conducts the seat allotment process based on your rank, category, and the choices filled by you. You will be able to see your seat allotment result on the official website.
  • Reporting to the allotted college: If you are satisfied with the seat allotted to you, you need to report to the allotted college within the specified time with all the required documents and pay the admission fee.

MCC Counselling Fees Structure

Counselling Fee (Non Refundable)

Institution TypeUR
15% AIQ/Central UniversitiesRs. 1,000/-
SC/ ST/ OBC/ PwD category candidatesRs. 500/-
Deemed University CandidatesRs. 5,000/-

Security Deposit

15% AIQ/Central UniversitiesRs. 25,000/-
SC/ ST/ OBC/ PwD category candidatesRs. 10,000/-
Deemed University CandidatesRs. 2,00,000/-

Rounds For Counselling

Round 1:

  • Register: Pay the non-refundable registration fee and refundable security deposit.
  • Choose colleges: Fill in your preferred colleges in order of priority and lock your choices.
  • Seat allotment: MCC processes your choices and allots seats based on merit and rank. Results are published on the MCC website.
  • Reporting: If you get a seat, report to the allotted college and complete admission formalities. You can opt for an upgrade to Round 2 here.

Round 2:

  • New Registrations: Only for those who didn't register in Round 1 or resigned/didn't report in Round 1.
  • Fresh choices: Fill in new choices for available seats.
  • Results and reporting: Same as Round 1.

Mop-Up Round:

  • Fresh registrations: Only for those who exited Round 2 with fee forfeiture or those who registered but got no seat in Rounds 1 & 2. Not eligible for those who joined a seat in Round 2.
  • Fresh choices: Fill in new choices for available seats.
  • Results and reporting: Same as Round 1.

Stray Vacancy Round:

  • Filling of choices and allotment happens through state websites. No fresh registration on MCC website.
  • Reporting to the allotted college.

Documents Required 

  • NEETPG 2024 Admit card
  • NEETPG 2024 Rank card
  • Any two of (EPIC/Aadhar/Passport) of
  • Age proof (Birth certificate/classl admit card/certificate)
  • Any two of (EPIC/Aadhar/Passport) of candidate/any one of Parents Issued in the State of West Bengal.
  • Relevant domicile certificate signed by appropriate authority 
  • MBBS certificate 3 Prof. MBBS part II or,final MBBS Mark Sheet
  • Permanent Registration certificate issued from Medical council of India/State Medical council
  • Caste certificate (issued by appropriate authority in West Bengal)
  • Non Creamy layer certificate issued on o rafter 01.04.2024
  • PwD certificate issued from PIGME&R Koikata

Merit List

West Bengal PG NEET Counselling  Merit List is a compilation of candidates who have appeared for the NEET PG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate) examination and have applied for the counselling process in West Bengal. This merit list is prepared based on the NEET PG scores obtained by the candidates.

The merit list provides a ranking system where candidates are listed in descending order of their NEET PG scores. The candidate with the highest score is given the top rank, while the candidate with the lowest score is placed at the bottom of the list.

The purpose of the merit list is to establish a fair and transparent selection process for the counselling procedure. It helps in determining the order in which candidates will be called for counselling and seat allotment in various postgraduate medical courses in West Bengal. We have compiled the merit list for the West Bengal. 

West Bengal PG NEET Counselling 2024 Merit List (PDF)

Participating Medical Colleges

List of PG Government Medical Colleges 

College NameLocationEstablishmentStatusAverage Fees (per year)Seat Intake (MD/MS Courses)
All India Institute of Hygiene Public HealthKolkata1932GovernmentN/A18 (MD)
Bankura Sammilani Medical CollegeBankura1956GovernmentINR 12,00022 (MD), 5 (MS)
Burdwan Medical CollegeBurdwan1969GovernmentINR 11,00024 (MD), 10 (MS)
Calcutta National Medical CollegeKolkata1948GovernmentINR 10,000152 (MD), 45 (MS)
Calcutta School of Tropical MedicineKolkata1914GovernmentINR 8,00048 (MD), 24 (MS)
Chittaranjan Seva Sadan College of ObesityKolkata1964GovernmentN/A2 (MD)
College of Medicine and JNM HospitalKalyani2009GovernmentINR 28,00030 (MD), 7 (MS)
Command Hospital KolkataKolkataN/AGovernmentN/A15 (MD), 6 (MS)
Coochbehar Govt Medical CollegeCoochbehar2019GovernmentINR 10,00017 (MD), 3 (MS)
Diamond Harbour Govt Medical CollegeDiamond Harbour2019GovernmentINR 10,00017 (MD), 3 (MS)
Dr BC Roy Post Graduate Institute of Paediatric SciencesKolkata1976GovernmentINR 13,50024 (MD), 3 (MS)
ESIC Medical College Joka KolkataKolkata2013GovernmentINR 10,00041 (MD)
Institute Of Child Health KolkataKolkata1956GovernmentN/A13 (MD)
Institute of PG Medical Education and Research KolkataKolkata1957GovernmentINR 12,00090 (MD), 43 (MS)
Kolkata Medical CollegeKolkata1835GovernmentINR 12,000250 (MD), 102 (MS)
Malda Medical CollegeMalda2011GovernmentINR 10,00023 (MD), 5 (MS)
Midnapore Medical CollegeMidnapore2001GovernmentINR 9,50021 (MD), 5 (MS)
Murshidabad Medical CollegeBerhampore2012GovernmentINR 10,00023 (MD), 5 (MS)
Nil Ratan Sircar Medical CollegeKolkata1948GovernmentINR 12,000178
North Bengal Medical College DarjeelingDarjeeling, West Bengal1968GovernmentINR 10,000 - 20,000108
Raiganj Govt Medical CollegeRaiganj, West Bengal2018GovernmentINR 10,000 - 20,000100
RG Kar Medical CollegeKolkata, West Bengal1916GovernmentINR 10,000 - 20,000200
Sagore Dutta College of MedicineKolkata, West Bengal2010GovernmentINR 10,000 - 20,000100

List of PG Private Medical Colleges 

College NameLocationEstablishmentStatusAverage Fees (per year)Seat Intake (MD/MS Courses)
Gouri Devi Inst of Medical SciencesKolkata2016Private150
ICARE Institute of Medical SciencesHaldia2011PrivateINR 15,00,000150
IQ City Medical CollegeDurgapur2013PrivateINR 14,20,000150
Jagannath Gupta Institute of Medical SciencesKolkata2017Private150
KPC Medical College JadavpurKolkata2008PrivateINR 15,00,000150
Vivekananda Inst of Medical SciencesKolkata2011PrivateINR 12,00,000100

Medical PG College Predictor

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. West Bengal PG NEET Counseling is the process by which candidates who have qualified for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) can apply for postgraduate medical courses in the state of West Bengal.

Q. Who is eligible to participate in West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. Candidates who have qualified for NEET PG and fulfill the eligibility criteria for admission to postgraduate medical courses in West Bengal are eligible to participate in the counseling process.

Q. What is the eligibility criteria for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. The eligibility criteria for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling include passing the NEET PG exam, completing a one-year internship, and meeting the state-specific eligibility criteria such as domicile requirements and reservation criteria.

Q. How can I register for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. Candidates can register for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling online by visiting the official website of the West Bengal University of Health Sciences (WBUHS) and following the registration process.

Q. Is there any counseling fee for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. Yes, candidates are required to pay a counseling fee for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling. The fee amount is determined by the WBUHS and may vary from year to year.

Q. What are the documents required for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. The documents required for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling include NEET PG scorecard, internship completion certificate, MBBS degree certificate, domicile certificate, and other relevant certificates as per the eligibility criteria.

Q. How is the seat allotment done in West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. The seat allotment in West Bengal PG NEET Counseling is done based on the candidate's NEET PG rank, choice filling, and availability of seats in the participating colleges.

Q. Can I change my choice of college after submitting it in West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. Yes, candidates are allowed to change their choice of college during the choice filling process of West Bengal PG NEET Counseling. However, once the choice is locked, it cannot be changed.

Q. What is the Mop-Up round in West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. The Mop-Up round is a final round of counseling conducted to fill the remaining vacant seats after the completion of the initial counseling rounds.

Q. Is there any reservation policy for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling?

A. Yes, there is a reservation policy for West Bengal PG NEET Counseling. The reservation policy includes reservation for different categories such as SC, ST, OBC, and PWD candidates as per the guidelines of the Government of West Bengal.

Q. What is the counseling fee for West Bengal PG NEET Counselling?

A.: The counseling fee for West Bengal PG NEET Counselling is Rs. 2000/- for all categories.

Q. Can I participate in counseling without registering?

A. No, you cannot participate in counseling without registering. Registration is mandatory to participate in the counseling process.

Q. Can I change my choice of college/course after locking it?

A.  No, you cannot change your choice of college/course after locking it. Therefore, you should carefully consider your options before locking your choices.

Q. What are the documents required for West Bengal PG NEET Counselling?

A.  The documents required for West Bengal PG NEET Counselling include NEET PG admit card, rank card, MBBS/BDS mark sheets, internship completion certificate, provisional or permanent registration certificate issued by MCI/State Medical Council, etc. The complete list of documents can be found on the official website.

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