NEET 2024 Seat Matrix: MBBS & BDS Seats, Govt. State Quota Intake

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Updated On: April 25, 2024 06:33 am IST

NEET 2024 seat matrix for government, private and other deemed universities are released in PDF format at mcc.nic.in. A separate PDF for the NEET seat matrix for AIIMS and JIPMER are made public. MCC releases the seat matrix for NEET 2024 All India Quota (AIQ) counselling.

NEET 2024 Seat Matrix

NEET 2024 Seat Matrix is officially released by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) at mcc.nic.in. As per the latest notification shared by the National Medical Commission (NMC), there will be around 1,08,915 seats in MBBS courses within 706 medical colleges. This includes 55000 government medical colleges and the remaining 53915 are private.

Tamil Nadu records the highest number of medical seats in NEET 2024 i.e. 11225. Karnataka with 11020 and Uttar Pradesh with 9253 medical seats stand 2nd and 3rd in states that are providing the highest number of MBBS seats. The MBBS/BDS seats in NEET 2024 will be allotted via 15% AIQ counselling and 85% state quota NEET Counselling 2024 .

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NEET Seat Matrix 2024 - Highlights

Mentioned below are a few highlights related to AIQ, State Quota and NEET 2024 seat matrix for AYUSH courses.
  • The seat matrix for NEET 2024 is released at mcc.nic.in few days before the AIQ NEET counselling begins.
  • Since, JIPMER and AIIMS MBBS entrance exams has been taken over by NEET, the NEET seat matrix 2024 will also include 2196 MBBS seats in 21 AIIMS Colleges.
  • AIIMS, AMU, and JIPMER seat matrices are released on the same website. However, separate PDFs for these medical institutions are made available.
  • Admission into BAMS, BUMS, and BHMS is also granted by accepting scores obtained in the NEET UG 2024 Exam.
  • The NEET seat matrix for BAMS, BUMS, and BHMS will be published by Ayush Admissions Central Counseling Committee (AACCC) at aaccc.gov.in.

NEET 2024 Seat Matrix in India Increased – MBBS & BDS Admissions

Over the years, there has been a significant increase in the number of medical seats in the country. With the rise in total MBBS Course / BDS Course seats through NEET, aspirants can evaluate their chances of getting admission to private, government, and central/deemed universities. As per the regulations of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), JIPMER Puducherry and AIIMS Delhi now also grant admission to nearly 349 JIPMER MBBS seats and 1,899 AIIMS MBBS seats on the basis of NEET scores.

Moreover, following the implementation of the EWS quota in NEET by the government, more MBBS and BDS seats have been added to the existing ones. As per reports, over 5,170 MBBS seats were added for the academic session 2021-22 and the numbers have only gone up so far.

NEET Seats in India – MBBS and BDS Colleges

The table below features a comprehensive list of the total number of BDS and MBBS seats in colleges across all states in India. These colleges have been classified as private, public and central institutions for candidates willing to apply to MBBS programs.

Type of College/Institute

MBBS Admission 2023

Total Number of Colleges

NEET Total Seats

Government/Public Colleges

272

41,388

Private Colleges and Deemed Universities

260

35,540

NTA NEET Total Seats

532

76,928

JIPMER and AIIMS

15 AIIMS; 2 JIPMER

1205 (AIIMS) + 200 (JIPMER)

Grand Total

549

78,333

State-wise Distribution of NEET 2023 Seat Matrix – MBBS and BDS

Check out the MBBS/BDS seat matrix for all states separately in the table below:

Name of State

Government Medical College

Private Medical College

Total Number of Colleges

Seats

Colleges

Seats

Colleges

Seats

Colleges

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

112

1

0

0

112

1

Andhra Pradesh

2360

12

2800

18

5160

30

Arunachal Pradesh

50

1

0

0

50

1

Assam

900

6

0

0

900

6

Bihar

1140

9

600

5

1740

14

Chandigarh

150

1

0

0

150

1

Chattisgarh

770

6

450

3

1220

9

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

150

1

0

0

150

1

Delhi

1115

7

200

2

1315

9

Goa

180

1

0

0

180

1

Gujarat

3750

17

1750

12

5500

29

Haryana

710

5

1000

7

1710

12

Himachal Pradesh

720

6

150

1

870

7

Jammu & Kashmir

885

7

100

1

985

8

Jharkhand

680

6

0

0

680

6

Karnataka

2900

19

6595

41

9495

60

Kerala

1455

9

2800

23

4255

32

Madhya Pradesh

1970

13

1300

8

3270

21

Maharashtra

4280

24

4570

31

8850

55

Manipur

225

2

0

0

225

2

Meghalaya

50

1

0

0

50

1

Mizoram

100

1

0

0

100

1

Orissa

1150

7

600

4

1750

11

Pondicherry

180

1

1150

7

1330

8

Punjab

600

3

775

6

1375

9

Rajasthan

2600

14

1300

8

3900

22

Sikkim

0

0

100

1

100

1

Tamil Nadu

3650

26

3750

23

7400

49

Telangana

1740

10

3300

22

5040

32

Tripura

125

1

100

1

225

2

Uttar Pradesh

3250

24

4300

31

7550

55

Uttarakhand

425

3

300

2

725

5

West Bengal

3000

18

850

6

3850

24

INI's*

1357

16

0

0

1357

16

Total

42729

278

38840

263

82926

541

NEET Seats in India – BDS Admission in Govt. Colleges

Aspirants who want to go for dental courses after qualifying NEET 2024 can go through the list of government colleges offering BDS courses based on NEET scores here:

Sl. No.

Name of State/Union Territory

Total No. of Colleges Offering BDS

Total Seats in BDS

1

Andaman & Nicobar

0

0

2

Andhra Pradesh

2

140

3

Arunachal Pradesh

0

0

4

Assam

3

176

5

Bihar

1

40

6

Chandigarh

1

100

7

Chattisgarh

1

100

8

Delhi

3

162

9

Goa

1

50

10

Gujarat

4

500

11

Haryana

1

100

12

Himachal Pradesh

1

75

13

Jammu & Kashmir

2

126

14

Jharkhand

1

50

15

Karnataka

3

160

16

Kerala

5

240

17

Madhya Pradesh

1

50

18

Maharashtra

4

260

19

Manipur

2

100

20

Meghalaya

0

0

21

Orissa

1

50

22

Pondicherry

1

40

23

Punjab

2

80

24

Rajasthan

1

40

25

Tamil Nadu

1

100

26

Telangana

1

100

27

Tripura

0

0

28

Uttar Pradesh

3

190

29

Uttarakhand

0

0

30

West Bengal

3

250

Total

47

2930

NEET 2024 Cutoff: State-Wise breakdown

Students who aim to secure admission to different courses via NEET 2024 exam, must refer to the table below. One must note that NEET 2024 seat matrix for every course is different for different colleges.

NEET 2024 Seat Matrix – BDS Admission in Private Colleges

While the demand for government colleges is high, the availability of seats is limited. Without a good rank in NEET 2024, securing a government seat may not be easy due to the tough competition. In case a candidate does not manage to grab a seat in the government colleges, they can apply for a dental course in private colleges through NEET. Here is a list of BDS private colleges in each state/UT along with details of seat intake:

Sl. No.

Name of State/Union Territory

Total No. of Colleges Offering BDS

Total Seats in BDS

1

Andaman & Nicobar

0

0

2

Andhra Pradesh

13

1,200

3

Assam

0

0

4

Bihar

3

200

5

Chandigarh

0

0

6

Chattisgarh

5

500

7

Daman & Diu

1

100

8

Delhi

0

0

9

Goa

0

0

10

Gujarat

9

840

11

Haryana

9

850

12

Himachal Pradesh

4

280

13

Jammu & Kashmir

1

100

14

Jharkhand

3

300

15

Karnataka

44

3,360

16

Kerala

20

1,730

17

Madhya Pradesh

14

1,320

18

Maharashtra

34

3,250

19

Manipur

0

0

20

Meghalaya

0

0

21

Orissa

3

300

22

Pondicherry

3

300

23

Punjab

13

1,150

24

Rajasthan

14

1,460

25

Sikkim

0

0

26

Tamil Nadu

28

2,760

27

Telangana

11

1,040

28

Tripura

0

0

29

Uttar Pradesh

24

2,400

30

Uttarakhand

2

200

Total

260

24,130

NEET Total Seats in JIPMER and AIIMS (MBBS)

Now that admission to JIPMER and AIIMS is also conducted through NTA NEET, candidates can take a look at the seat intake in these institutes as well. We have provided a state-wise distribution of MBBS seats for these institutes below:

Sl. No.

Name of State/Union Territory

Total No. of Colleges Offering MBBS

Total Seats in MBBS

1

Andhra Pradesh

1

50

2

Bihar

1

100

3

Chattisgarh

1

100

4

Delhi

1

107

5

Madhya Pradesh

1

150

6

Maharashtra

1

50

7

Orissa

1

150

8

Pondicherry

2

200

9

Rajasthan

1

100

10

Uttrakhand

1

100

Total

11

1,107

NEET Total Seats in Central Universities – MBBS and BDS

The table below contains information regarding the seat intake of MBBS and BDS courses in central universities in India:

Name of State/UT

Total No. of Colleges for MBBS

Total No. of Seats for MBBS

Total No. of Colleges for BDS

Total No. of Seats for BDS

Uttar Pradesh

2

151

2

88

Total

2

151

2

88

MBBS AIQ NEET 2024 Seat Matrix

MCC will soon publish the NEET seat matrix 2024 for MBBS admission under the 15% All India Quota category for the year 2024. Till then, candidates can take a look at the tentative seat matrix for various colleges below:

Name of Institute

Total AIQ Seats

Andhra Medical College, Vishakhapatnam

30

Siddhartha Medical College, Vijayawada

22

Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh

25

Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna

15

Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh

15

Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi

30

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

37

University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi

22

Goa MC, Panaji

23

Government MC, Surat

38

Kalpana Chawla Govt. Medical College, Karnal

15

MGM MC, Jamshedpur

7

B.M.C, Bangalore

37

GMC Manjeri, Kerala

15

Gandhi MC, Bhopal

23

BJ MC, Pune

30

GMC & Sir J.J Hospital, Mumbai

30

GMC, Amritsar

30

Government Medical College, Kota

23

SMS MC, Jaipur

37

ESI-PGIMSR, Chennai

15

Stanley MC, Chennai

37

ESIC Medical College, Hyderabad

15

Dr. RMLIMS, Lucknow

23

MLN MC, Allahabad

23

SN MC, Agra

23

Government Doon Medical College, Dehradun

22

IPGMER, Kolkata

22

BDS AIQ NEET 2024 Seat Matrix

The NEET seat matrix 2024 for BDS admission under the 15% AIQ (All India Quota) is as follows:

Name of Institute

Total AIQ Seats

Dental Institute, RIMS, Ranchi

4

ESIC Dental College, New Delhi

3

Govt. Dental College and Hospital, Ahmedabad

11

Govt. Dental College and Hospital, Mumbai

11

Govt. Medical College (Dental Wing), Patiala

5

Patna Dental College and Hospital, Patna

5

Govt. College of Dentistry, Indore

1

Govt. Dental College and Hospital

1

RUHS College of Dental Science, Jaipur

1

Helpful reads:

What is a Good Score in NEET UG 2024?

NEET Marks vs Rank 2024

NEET Passing Marks 2024

NEET 2023 Seat Matrix

Here are the direct links to download the seat matrix released by MCC and AACCC for the MBBS/BDS offered in Government colleges, private colleges, and Deemed Universities.

Seat Matrix Direct Links
Round 1 Download Here
Round 1 for AIIMS Download Here
Round 1 for JIPMER Download Here
Round 2 Download Here
Round 3 Download Here

NEET 2022 Seat Matrix

Students can find the relevant NEET 2022 seat Matrix released by the MCC for reference.

NEET 2022 Seat Matrix - Round 1

Find the round 1 NEET seat matrix 2022 given below for reference.

NEET Seat Matrix Round 1

Download Link

CENTRAL UNIVERSITIES - FINAL SEAT MATRIX FOR ROUND 1 (BDS)

Click here

DEEMED UNIVERSITIES - FINAL SEAT MATRIX FOR ROUND 1 (BDS)

Click here

FINAL AIQ NEET 2022 SEAT MATRIX (BDS)

Click here

FINAL AIQ NEET 2022 SEAT MATRIX (MBBS)

Click here

FINAL NEET 2022 SEAT MATRIX for AIIMS MBBS ROUND 1

Click here

NEET 2022 Seat Matrix - Round 2

Find the round 2 NEET seat matrix 2022 given below for reference.

NEET Seat Matrix Round 1

Download Link

NEET 2022 Vacant Seats for Round 2

Click here

NEET 2022 Seat Matrix - Round 3

Find the round 3 NEET seat matrix 2022 given below for reference.

Seat Type

Download Link

NEET 2022 Vacant Seats for Mop Up Round

Click here

NEET 2022 Seat Matrix - Round 3

Find the stray vacancy round NEET seat matrix 2022 given below for reference.

Seat Type

Download Link

NEET 2022 AIQ Seat Matrix

Click here

Seat Matrix for Deemed Universities

Click here

NEET 2024 Seat Allotment Process

NEET Seat Allotment Process is conducted during the counselling sessions held online. These allotments are done by releasing a consolidated NEET seat allotment lists, which consists of names of the students along with their allotted colleges, NEET AIR and score obtained. Mentioned below are the steps that are conducted during counselling for vacant seats.

  • Release of NEET 2024 seat matrix
  • Registration for AIQ or State Quota MBBS/BDS admissions.
  • NEET UG 2024 Choice Filling Process
  • NEET Seat Allotment 2024
  • Confirmation of admission via reporting at the allotted colleges for document verification and admission fee submission.
  • Release of NEET 2024 seat matrix for newly added seats in Rounds 1, 2 and 3, until all the seats are filled.

Conclusion

The NEET 2024 Seat Matrix, made public by the MCC, showcases the total number of seats available for admissions into Courses under NEET such as MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BUMS, BHMS and B.Sc Nursing. The total number of seats in medical courses is 1,08,915 across 706 medical colleges, including 55,000 government and 53,915 private seats. Tamil Nadu leads with 11,225 seats in offering maximum medical seats, as per seat matric for NEET in 2023, this is followed by Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh. The seat allocation process involves the release of seat matrix, registration, choice-filling, seat allotment list, and reporting at the allotted colleges for seat confirmation under 15% AIQ counselling and 85% state quota counselling.

Additionally, NEET 2024 seat matric encompasses seats available for MBBS/BDS admission into government colleges, AIIMS, JIPMER, private colleges and deemed universities. With an emphasis on transparency and accessibility, NEET continues to shape the future of medical education in India, reflecting the nation's commitment to healthcare advancement.

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FAQs

How many private colleges are participating in NEET MBBS admission 2024?

Approximately 260 private colleges and deemed universities will be participating in the counselling for MBBS admissions after NEET 2024.

Do I need to pay any amount for MBBS Counselling after NEET 2024?

Yes, candidates are required to pay a counselling fee at the time of locking their choices during the counselling process of NEET.

How many seats are there for Maharashtra BDS admission in 2024?

The expected number of seats for BDS admission in medical colleges in Maharashtra is 3,250.

Who is responsible for conducting the 15% AIQ seat allotment process?

MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) of the Directorate General of Health Service (DGHS) is responsible for conducting the NEET 15% All India Quota (AIQ) counselling. The NEET 2024 seat matrix is released on the official website of MCC. 

What is the medium of the NEET seat allotment process?

Admission to MBBS/BDS courses will be done following the below-mentioned processes:

  • State Government Quota Seats

  • All India Quota Seats

  • Central Pool Quota Seats

  • Private/State/Management/NRI Quota Seats in all Private Dental/Medical Dental Colleges or any Deemed/Private University

How to secure a seat in NEET 2024 counselling?

Once you have filled in and locked your choice of college, you will need to pay the required counselling fee to secure a seat allotted to you in NEET counselling process 2024.

How many seats are there in AIIMS and JIPMER for NEET 2024?

Total number of seats available in AIIMS and JIPMER for NEET 2024 will be officially released in the final week of July 2024. Once the counselling process begins, MCC will release the NEET 2024 seat matrix for AIIMS and JIPMER in two separate PDFs. As per last year's reports, there are approximately 1205 AIIMS seats and 200 JIPMER seats available in NEET 2024.

What is the NEET seat matrix 2024?

The NEET seat matrix 2024 refers to the number of vacant seats. Candidates participating in the NEET counselling process must go through the seat matrix before locking their choices within the stipulated deadline.

Which is the best medical college to study MBBS in India?

AIIMS Delhi and JIPMER Puducherry are among the top-ranking medical colleges to study MBBS in India.

Who is eligible for NEET 15% All India Quota Counselling 2024?

Students who have scored equal to or above the category-wise NEET qualifying marks are eligible for NEET 15% All India Quota Counselling 2024. Also, those belonging to the state of Jammu and Kashmir are not eligible for NEET AIQ Counselling.

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