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Maharashtra NEET UG-2017: Provisional state merit list released, check at

Maharashtra state Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) released its first merit list (SML) for medical and dental college admissions on Thursday. The merit list is for students seeking admission to MBBS, BDS and other paramedical courses for the academic year 2017-18, reported NDTV. Students can check the list at the DMER website.

NEET. Representational image. PTI

Representational image. PTI

"The merit list will decide which student can come for counselling on which day. After document verification, all eligible students can start filling forms online. We hope to announce the first merit list before 30 July," Pravin Shingare, director DMER, was quoted by Hindustan Times.

Document verification process for admission to the first year of undergraduate health science courses will begin from 15 July. While all other states have already declared their list, Maharashtra is the last one to do so.

Here are the steps to check Maharashtra NEET UG results:

- Go to the official website

- Now click the Provisional State Merit List NEET UG 2017 link on the home page.

- The merit list will be on your screen.

- Download the result for future reference.

After the release of the merit list, candidates will now have to visit the four allotted centres for the document verification process. The Centres are:

The four centres allocated for the document verification process are:

Mumbai: Grant Government Medical College, Sir JJ Hospital Campus
Pune: BJ Government Medical College
Aurangabad: Government Medical College
Nagpur: Government Medical College

Updated Date: Jul 13, 2017 13:17 PM

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