Own State vs Other State MBBS Seats:
Based on NEET only students are alloted seats across any states. So it is possible to get seats in any states by ranking NEET. Under All India Quota there are probability to get admission other states based on NEET ranking. For all states in India, except J&K, 85 % seats are reserved for state domicile candidates and 15 % seats are filled through All India Quota. So for your home state, you are eligible for 100 % seats and for remaining states, you are eligible for 15 % seats. For All India Quota seats and State domicile seats, admission process is separate.
NEET rules say that candidates wishing to apply for admission in state medical colleges or universities or institutes using merit list of NEET-2018 have to follow the instructions of the state government or that of the authorities of the medical and dental colleges or university/institutes concerned for counselling.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a one tier national level medical entrance exam conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education). Admissions in government or private medical colleges for MBBS and BDS courses in India will be solely based on the NEET score. Aspirants who are seeking admission in MBBS or BDS courses in India have to qualify NEET Exam.
Other State Government MBBS Seats:
As per Medical Council of India report, there are 476 medical colleges which offer 63,835 seats under NEET across the country. 15% MBBS and BDS seats in Medical Colleges are reserved as All India Quota. However, candidates from Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for 15 % All India Quota seats. The candidates who have qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank in NEET UG conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) except from states of A.P, Telengana and J&K.
Domicile as a concept is of immense importance, both in municipal law as well as in Private International Law or the conflicts of laws, as it is called. The concept denotes “the place of living”, or more precisely a permanent residence. There are three main categories or classes of domicile, A) Domicile of Origin, B) Domicile of Choice, and C) Domicile by law. “Domicile of origin” is the domicile which each person has at birth i.e. the domicile of his father or his mother. “Domicile of choice” is the domicile which a person of full age is free to acquire in substitution for that which he presently possesses. In other words, the “domicile of origin” is what is attached to person by birth whereas the domicile of choice is what is acquired by residence in a territory subject to a distinctive legal system with the intention to reside there permanently or indefinitely.
States Quota Seats Private & Deemed Colleges:
85% of seats are under the State Quota. Candidates from the respective states can apply for the seats under State Quota. The allotment of seats under the State Quota in different states is based on the State level counselling. Admission under the State Quota Seats shall be depending on reservation policy and eligibility criteria prevailing in the State/Union Territory as notified by the respective State/Union Territory from time to time. Students have to register themselves for the seats under State Quota. Candidates who are eligible for State Quota seats are requested to contact the appropriate State Admission Authority & Directorate of Medical Education for the same.
While some states like Maharashtra and Punjab have barred candidates from other states from participating in counselling for admission to medical colleges (both private and government)
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