DMER Maharashtra NEET 2017 Merit List, Released Today


2017 NEET provisional merit list for admissions to MBBS/ BDS and other Health Science courses in Maharashtra has been published in the official website, It was official announced by the board Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) Maharashtra that the 2017 neet result will be released on 12 july 2017, so as per the notification the result has been released. So the students who were eagerly waiting can check their allotted letter.

The Directorate of Medical Education and Research – DMER Maharashtra has been authorised by the State government for regulating the online admission process in undergraduate Medical & Health Science courses. DMER will admit the students on the basis of NEET UG 2017 result to the seats limiting to 85% State-quota.

Students can download their allotment result from the official website, students by logging into their personal panel and entering their roll number and other necessary details can easily download their allotted result.

Every year thousand of students register themselves under the said course. And this year all total 10,90,085 candidates had appeared for the examination and 6,11,539 were declared qualified. From Maharashtra State, only 1 student could make it to Top 25 candidates. Abhishek Dogra of Pune secured All India Rank 5 by scoring 691 out of 720 marks. It was his first attempt in the National Eligibility and Entrance Test.

The application process started on June 28 and got finished on July 10. On 7th May 2017, NEET UG 2017 exam was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education and the results were announced on June 23. Admissions to 100% MBBS/ BDS & other allied courses will be done on the basis of merit of NEET UG only, and the seats are divided into following ways:

  • 85% state-quota seats are to be filled by the state authorities
  • The remaining 15% seats fall under All-India quota.

And the counselling for same has already been started by the Medical Counselling Committee. 2017 CET, Mumbai is conducting the admission process for all Health Science courses and accordingly, the 2017 NEET qualified UG students belonging to Maharashtra State were asked to submit their online application for admission under State quota.

Now, as per the schedule provided by DMER Maharashtra, the provisional NEET merit list will be published. The merit list will be published for the following courses:

  • MBBS
  • BDS
  • BAMS
  • BHMS
  • BPTh
  • BOTh
  • BP & O & B.Sc. Nursing
As per the announcement the provisional state merit list for seats under State quota in Government/ Corporation and all the quota seats in Private/ Minority colleges will be has been released today on DMER website. The provisional merit list is to be prepared on the basis of information submitted by the candidates during the application process.As 2017 NEET provisional merit list has been published, the candidates in the list will have to appear for document verification within the given period of time. As per the schedule provided so far, the document verification starts July 14 onward. DMER has set up four centers for document verification:

In Mumbai :

  • Grant Government Medical College,
  • Sir J.J. Hospital Campus,
  • Byculla.

In Pune :

  • B.J. Government Medical College.

In Aurangabad :

  • Government Medical College.

In Nagpur :

  • Government Medical College.

On 24 July after the verification of documents, DMER/ State CET Cell will publish the revised provisional merit list. And the candidates will be provided four-day window to enter the choices of institutions. The online preferences filled by the candidates will be centrally process and the list of selected candidates will be declared. DMER is yet to publish the complete schedule of NEET MBBS counselling 2017.

For more information students can visit the official website


  1. Is this fair for verification ..only few candidates r called even category students are not called…!!!! Every year dumb process of medical….


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