Rajasthan Seat Allotment NEET 2018 – Registration were started from July 15, 2018 to July 19, 2018 (11.45 p.m). Candidates can now check the indicative seat allotment for Rajasthan Seat Allotment NEET 2018. Candidates can know the counselling result online to know whether they have been allotted a seat or not. On basis of Rajasthan Seat Allotment NEET 2018, candidates can complete admission formalities. There are multiple rounds of seat allotment in Rajasthan for admission through NEET 2018.

Latest: Registration were started from July 15, 2018 to July 19, 2018 at 11.45 p.m. Scroll down to check more.

Note: Round 1 registered candidates need not register again. Registration process between July 15, 2018 and July 19, 2018 does not include choice filling part. All the registered candidates will have to exercise fresh choices /options on-the-spot only at the time of round 2 (off-line) counseling (when they are physically present for the same). The schedule for round 2 (off-line) counseling will be notified soon.

Heartiest congratulations to candidates who are allotted seats on basis of Rajasthan MBBS Seat Allotment 2018. Those who do not get seats in initial rounds must not lose heart, they should wait for all rounds to know final result. Here is wishing best of luck to all candidates for Rajasthan Seat Allotment NEET 2018.

Rajasthan Seat Allotment NEET 2018

Dear candidates, you can check the results here and on the official website as per schedule. You can bookmark this page for seat allotment results for Rajasthan.

To know about NEET 2019, check NEET 2019

Rajasthan Seat Allotment NEET 2018 – Round 1

Indicative Round 1 Seat Allotment Information is now available for Rajasthan Seat Allotment NEET 2018. Click here to check the information.

Official website is rajugmedical2018.org.

Rajasthan NEET 2018 Important Dates

Candidates must note all important dates of Rajasthan NEET 2018 counselling. Check them here.

NEET 2018 State Counselling Events Dates
Start of online registration 18 Jun 2018
Last date to submit the registration fee 27 Jun 2018
Indicative allotment based on choices filled upto 24 Jun 2018 25 Jun 2018
Publishing of Rajasthan NEET 2018 Merit List 28 Jun 2018
Document verification for PH, Defence / PM, ST-STA and NRI candidates 30 Jun 2018
First allotment 05 Jul 2018
Printing of allotment letter 05 – 09 Jul 2018
Reporting 07 – 09 Jul 2018
Commencement of classes 01 Aug 2018
Second Round Of Seat Allotment 15 Jul 2018 – 26 Jul 2018
Mop Up Round Of Seat Allotment 04 Aug – 08 Aug 2018

Number of MBBS Seats In Rajasthan

Candidates who want to apply for the medical seats in Rajasthan can have a look at the seat division of all the medical colleges under it. Admission to all seats will be on basis of NEET 2018.

Name of College Number of Seats Course
AIIMS Jodhpur 100 MBBS
Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur 250 MBBS
Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital, Udaipur 150 MBBS
Government Medical College Kota 150 MBBS
Jawahar Nehru Medical College, Ajmer 150 MBBS
Jhalawar Medical College, Jhalawar 150 MBBS
Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Hospital 150 MBBS
National Institute of Medical Science and Research, Jaipur 100 MBBS
Pacific Institute of Medical Science and Research 150 MBBS
Pacific Medical College and Hospital, Bhilo Ka Bedla, Udaipur 150 MBBS
RNT Medical College, Udaipur 150 MBBS
RUHS College of Medical Sciences 100 MBBS
Sardar Patel Medical College 250 MBBS
SMS Medical College, Jaipur 250 MBBS

Candidates can refer to these seat division to have an idea about their chances of getting admissions to these medical colleges in Rajasthan. The picture will be clear when the NEET 2018 State Merit List is released and the counselling process begins.

NEET 2018 Rajasthan Cutoffs

The most important thing for the candidates who wish to study in the medical colleges of Rajasthan is checking the cutoffs. It is a must thing to check because if a candidate does not clear the cutoffs only, they will not be eligible for further counselling rounds.

We bring to you the last year’s cutoffs for all the colleges of Rajasthan. It is expected that this year’s cutoffs will remain same. Candidates can see these cutoffs to have an estimate of the cutoffs for this year.

Category Percentile in NEET 2017
GEN, OBC CL 50 percentile and above (131 marks and above)
GEN PH 45 percentile and above (118 marks and above)
OBC NCL 40 percentile and above (107 marks and above)
SC 40 percentile and above (107 marks and above)
ST 40 percentile and above (107 marks and above)
ST-STA 40 percentile and above (107 marks and above)
SC/ST/OBC PH 40 percentile and above (107 marks and above)

If you have any queries about Rajasthan Seat Allotment NEET 2018, please ask in comments below.

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    • During Indicative Seat Allotment or Mock Counseling, choices submitted by the candidates will be processed during the counseling period of round-1, as mentioned in Counseling Schedule and indicative seat that is likely to be available at that point of time would be displayed. This helps the candidate to refine the selection of choices in a more effective and efficient manner.
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      https://medical.aglasem.com/rajasthan-seat-allotment-neet-2018/ you can find it here.

  1. from which date onwards should we have to report the rajasthan colleges and we have to report to the alloted college or some other college like SMS medical college

  2. my daughter studying since 11 and 12th standard in Rajasthan she completed 10th standard out side india. is she able to register in state quota as an indian student or she is eligible for NRI only

  3. If we want to leave the college alloted in first round and enter 2nd round, do we need to report to the college alloted in first round or we can enter 2nd round without reporting.

    • If you want to leave the college allotted in first round , don’t lock your seat .. and register for the second round of counselling.

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