For NEET Counselling students from UT of J&K and Ladakh are not eligible for 15% All India Quota seats as it has opted out of All India Scheme since its inception. All the necessary documents and the same passport size and post card size photograph uploaded in the application form are required for verification at the time of Counselling. Beside 15% All India Quota, the admitting authorities invite applicants for counselling. They will draw merit list of the candidates based on All India Rank in the respective categories declared by the candidates at the time of applying for admission/counselling as per State applicable rules. Online counselling is held by MCC and any information regarding it will be available only in their website- mcc.nic.in for NEET UG Counselling.
Before appearing for the counselling candidates are required to read the counselling related information carefully and understand the course of action to be taken by them. Also they need to regularly check the website till conclusion of final round of Counselling. For participation in Institutional quota, seats of central universities, candidates are required to register at the official website of MCC. They have to pay a non-refundable registration counselling fees and refundable tuition fees by the time of registration. Reservation of seats under PH category has been increased from3% to 5%. NEET Counselling Date is expected by August 2020 but because of the current scenario the pandemic, the date may alter. Candidates who qualified NEET with a minimum of 50% (40% for backward and SC/ST) is qualified for counselling.
PG counselling second round has already begun from 16th June 2020 and the provisional result for 2nd round was released on 15th June 2020. Candidates can download their final seat allotment letters from the official website. If they want to retain the seat allotted to them they have to join the respective institute by 30th June. NEET PG Counselling takes place in two rounds. If there is any seat vacant in the first round of counselling, it will be filled in the second round. Third round will be conducted only of there is any vacancy left after the second round. MCC conducts counselling for the following colleges/universities:
There are 1650 medical colleges in India and applicants should aim for the Top 10 Medical Colleges under NEET. Studying from these colleges is the goal of ever NEET aspirants but it is very difficult to crack into these colleges. Only with systematic preparation, dedication and hard labour will help them reach their goals.
For further details on NEET Counselling visit mcc.nic.in and contact IESOnline.
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