BDS Admission in Haryana 2024 At Lowest Fee Structure

Located in the northern region of India, Haryana is bordered by Delhi, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. A significant part of the state is also included in the National Capital Region.

Over time, Haryana has evolved as a state and gained popularity as an education hub in India. The state boasts a decent number of Dental Colleges, and few also have a significant reputation.

If you are looking for BDS admission in North India, you must look into the dental institutes in Haryana. Here is the complete information on how to proceed for BDS admission in Haryana.

BDS Admission Procedure in Haryana

You must qualify for the NEET UG exam after the 12th to enrol for BDS in one of the dental colleges of Haryana. Once you qualify, your admission process will be conducted through Haryana’s NEET UG state counselling. 

There are four counselling rounds conducted for BDS admission in this state. The first counselling round, second counselling round, MOP-UP round, and stray vacancy round. 

Each round is executed in the same pattern and involves the same steps to be followed in whichever round you participate. However, the conduction of the second and other rounds will completely depend on the results of the first round of counselling. Only if seats are left vacant are these rounds organized.

In Haryana, this NEET BDS counselling and admission is conducted by the DMERH, Haryana. Therefore, you have to follow the steps that are given below to get your BDS seat. 

  1. Online Registration.
  2. Payment of registration fees.
  3. Merit List.
  4. Choice filling round.
  5. Provisional Result announcement.
  6. Payment of Provisional Tuition Fee.
  7. Payment of Provisional Tuition Fees.
  8. Physical Document Verification and Admission Confirmation.

Online Registration 

Your first step to BDS admission in Haryana starts with online registration. 

Qualified students must fill in their name, NEET roll number, registered email ID, and phone number on the DMERH, Haryana admissions website,

This step will allow you to generate your login ID details for participating in the subsequent rounds of counselling. To complete registration, you must first pay the registration fees and proceed as given below in the next section.

Payment of registration fees 

A registration fee must be paid online as soon as you register your details. This amount has to be paid only once and is non-refundable. 

Once you pay this fee, you can complete your application form. Keep details such as an address, category, caste, 10th and 12th marks, etc. ready. This will be required to complete your form.

Additionally, scanned documents in a designated size (approximately 50kb to 500 kb, PDF/JPEG) must be uploaded. Documents such as the Aadhar card, 10th & 12th mark sheets, NEET scorecard, and caste certificate are required. You also have to add your recent passport-size photo and signature as well.

It’s always convenient to scan and resize a few documents before you start your form. This will help you to complete everything in no time!

NEET UG Registration Fee in Haryana
CategoryRegistration Fee 
SC/ST/OBC/other reservations Rs. 1250/-
General or UR Rs. 2500/-

Important! Before the final submission of the form, carefully evaluate all the information you have filled in. It won’t be editable once you declare that the information you gave is correct.

The final form copy will be available to download as you complete your submission. This copy of the application form is required during document verification. So, save it carefully!

Merit List 

The DMHER will release the combined state merit list of all registered and eligible students. Your name must be on the list to participate further. 

Choice Filling Round

One round ends and the next follows! After the merit list, a specific date will be scheduled for the online choice filling of dental colleges

It will be available for 3-4 days, and you can enter your BDS college preferences during this round. 

Provisional Result Announcement

The round next in line is the most awaited round. The allotment results! 

In 3-to 4 days after the choice-filling round is over, the DMHER announces the BDS allotment results. 

Payment of Provisional Tuition Fee

You can also assume this is the security deposit. This amount ranges between Rs.80,000/- to rs. 1,40,000/- depending on the institute to which you have been allotted. 

This amount is paid to the DMHER and refunded after completing NEET UG counselling. Although the refund might take a little time since the counselling process lasts 4-5 months, payment of this fee is compulsory to ensure BDS admission.

So, if you are allotted, don’t speculate or delay paying it! It applies even in other counselling.

Anyways, all the fees and transaction details you must have paid till now will be printed on the application form. So don’t worry! 

Physical Document Verification 

Finally, the last round of your BDS admission arrives! Yes, this is the final step to lock your BDS seat and is a very important round.

If you have received the allotment and paid the tuition fee, you must attend the physical document verification round to confirm the seat. Please read the next section to know what documents you have to carry!

This takes place in the Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, and it is mandatory for you to appear in front of the designated authorities there. All your original documents will be verified for eligibility before you are handed the admission letter. 

Once all the formalities are over, there you go to conquer your BDS seat!

If you are looking for admission in other places, you can go through the following articles:

Documents required for BDS admission in Haryana

Start preparing all these documents, as the reporting procedure can be scheduled any day after the results. Originals of these documents have to be produced. 

All your mandatory original documents will be submitted to the DMHER. Hence, prepare extra sets of all these documents as a backup for yourselves! You might require it any day! The list of documents that you will need is given below.

  • NEET UG Result / Scorecard.
  • NEET UG Admit CardClass X certificate.
  • Printout of the Application form.
  • Class XII certificate.
  • Proof of date of birth.
  • Four recent photographs (passport size).
  • Character certificate.
  • As proof of identification (Aadhar card/PAN card/Driving license/Passport/Voter ID/Ration Card/ Parivar Pehcahan Patra).
  • Resident proof.
  • Fee deposition receipts of the provisional tuition fee.
  • Caste Certificate (if applicable).
  • Income and Asset certificate (EWS category).
  • Certificate of Disability (PwD category).

If you need detailed information about documents, then you can go through my detailed article about documents required for BDS admission.

Eligibility Criteria for BDS Admission in Haryana

Besides the NEET counselling criteria, you must fulfil the other eligibility clauses for BDS admission in Haryana. 

It states that you must be an Indian citizen. 

You must complete 17 years during the time of admission into the BDS course. 

Passing your 12th exam with a minimum aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology is compulsory. The marks criteria are 50% in PCB for unreserved and 40% in PCB for SC/ST/OBC categories. 

In the 12th exam, obtaining a passing mark in the English language as one of the subjects is also mandatory.

The last clause, which is very important, is the NEET exam qualification. You must appear and qualify for the NEET UG exam in the same year of admission. The minimum qualification percentile and score are announced by the NTA every year.

NEET BDS Qualifying Percentile and Cut-off
Year – 2024General (UR/EWS)UR/EWS-PWD   SC/ST/OBC 
Minimum Qualifying PercentileN/AN/AN/A
Minimum Qualifying ScoreN/AN/AN/A
Year – 2023General (UR/EWS)UR/EWS-PWD   SC/ST/OBC 
Minimum Qualifying Percentile50th Percentile45th Percentile40th Percentile
Minimum Qualifying Score   137125107

BDS Seats and Fee Structure in Haryana

The BDS course’s total number of seats and fee structure play a vital role in deciding the institute for admission. You must also be aware of Haryana’s BDS seat reservation system. So, I have listed all the information regarding the dental colleges, BDS seat reservation, total BDS seats, and their annual tuition fee structure.

BDS Seat Reservation (Govt. Colleges)
15% All-India Quota85% Haryana State Quota
15% Management Quota seats- reserved for the Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Category.
50%  State Quota seats 50% Management Quota Seats 
5% State Quota seats – reserved for PwBD seats15% Management Quota seats- reserved for Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Category.

Regarding the total BDS seats and fee structure, Haryana currently has 9 dental colleges offering Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS). All these colleges contribute 773 BDS seats, and 573 are filled through the Haryana state counselling. 

The remaining 200 seats are in the state’s dental colleges, filled through the All-India MCCI counselling.

Dental Colleges in HaryanaTotal BDS seatsAnnual Tuition Fees
Postgraduate Institute of Dental 

Sciences (PGIDS), Rohtak 

3337,500 thousand
Swami Devi Dayal Hospital and 

Dental College, Golpura, Barwala

1002,00,000 lakh
J.N. Kapoor DAV Centenary 

Dental College, Yamuna Nagar

1002,50,000 lakh
JCD Dental College, Sirsa   402,20,000 lakh
Sudha Rustagi Dental College and Hospital, Faridabad1002,80,000 lakh
Faculty of Dental Sciences, under PDM University, Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar1001,95,000 lakh
SGT Dental College, Hospital and Research Institute, Budhera, Gurugram 1004,50,000 lakh
Manav Rachna Dental College, Faridabad1004,40,750 lakh
M.M. College of Dental Sciences and Research, Ambala1002,80,000 lakh

If you are looking for low fees and the best college, then you must read my detailed article about BDS’s lowest fees in India. If you are looking for fee structure in different places, you can read the following articles:

A Note on Extra Fees – BDS in Haryana

The above fee structure doesn’t include the extra expenses charged during BDS. So that it doesn’t take you by shock later, keep this in your mind when you plan your BDS fee budget.

So, you can expect an amount of Rs. 20,000/- to Rs. 30,000/- extra, including all these charges. The extra fees might be university fees, exam fees, library charges, developmental fees, uniform fees, books, dental kits, etc. So, prepare your finances accordingly. 

Also, the hostel and food charges might cost you a little more. So, add another Rs.75,000/- to Rs. 1,00,000/- every year. This only applies to students planning to stay in the college accommodation facility.


How can I get BDS admission in Haryana?

You can get a BDS admission in Haryana by qualifying for the NEET exam. Once you qualify you will have to participate in the Haryana State Counseling for NEET UG. You have to register online on the admission portal of the Department of Medical Education & Research (DMER Haryana) which is

Can I get BDS admission in Haryana without NEET?

No, you cannot get BDS admission in Haryana without NEET. NEET qualification with the minimum cut-off is compulsory for admission to BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) programs in India.

How many BDS seats are there in Haryana?

There 773 total BDS seats in Haryana. 573 seats are filled through NEET counseling of Haryana state and 200 BDS are in deemed dental colleges of Haryana.,

Can I apply for BDS admission in the state quota in Haryana?

If you are a resident of Haryana and have a domicile of the state, then you can apply for BDS admission in the state quota in Haryana.

Are there deemed dental colleges in Haryana for BDS?

Yes, there are two dental colleges available in Haryana for BDS which are affiliated with deemed universities, which are Manav Rachna Dental College, Faridabad, and M.M. College of Dental Sciences and Research, Ambala.


Finally, I would like to conclude this blog with a few general tips on the BDS colleges in Haryana! 

From my experience, I have witnessed that the state of Haryana has undergone a diverse change in education, institutions, and the safety environment. A sense of security is important, which is there in the state now. 

The state has also ingrained good connectivity by all kinds of public transportation! So, reaching there from any state is convenient. Metro connectivity is also there for a few colleges.

Since the state has well-distributed BDS colleges, so patient flow is moderate to good in most colleges. The infrastructure of most colleges is well-built, but few also have admiring infrastructure. 

In terms of education quality, colleges have experienced faculty and mentors. Most colleges have a great study environment. Pursuing dentistry in some colleges can prove very productive and beneficial for you! 

Talking about the complete admission process for BDS Haryana, it is evident that the process has multiple steps and can be a bit challenging. So, before entering the ground, acquaint yourself with the admission process and dental colleges well! Because your goal is also about getting a BDS admission in a reputed dental college! The fee is affordable; you also get value for money in the state! However, that doesn’t mean every college will be the same.  

So, if you have any queries regarding the dental colleges or need any advice regarding choosing one, feel free to seek assistance. I have visited all these colleges and personally evaluated them for quality. So, if you need any guidance or information, we would be happy to help you. Reach out to us whenever needed!

You can contact me at +91-8951242255 for any queries related to BDS admission, and I can guide you professionally.

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About K Vishnu Nambiar

I am a dental blogger and a career counselor with more than 10 years of experience in the industry. I blog about different dental courses and their scopes. I also visit dental colleges and review them in a unique way.

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