NEET counselling is undoubtedly difficult, but for those who have prepared thoroughly and given their all, the results have always been favourable. NEET results are always accompanied by a range of emotions, including anxiety, fear, nervousness, and stress.
Everything is knocking on the door at the same time, but there is no need to be concerned about the outcome. You know that if you give your all, the results will be good. When the good results were announced, there was a sense of immense peace and happiness among all the aspirants, but one question remained at the end: what next?
Following the announcement of the results, the examination-clearing candidates are counselled in order to gain admission to a medical college. This article is about the same subject. Once the results are clear, it will inform the students of the next steps.
Procedure for NEET Counseling
Students who have passed the NEET examination according to the NTA cut off are eligible for the counselling process. The cut off varies from year to year. Not only for the general category but also for others.
According to recent reports.
|OBC & PWD||40 Percentile|
|ST & PWD||40 Percentile|
|SC & PWD||40 Percentile|
However, in total there are reserved seats up to 5% for disabled or handicapped candidates, and these seats are reserved for candidates who are approximately 60% to 70% disabled.
After the NEET exam results are released, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) oversees the counselling process, particularly for AIQ. MCC is the only organisation that announces the results of the various counselling rounds. MCC is also in charge of booking seats in various medical colleges for various categories. For NEET counselling, candidates should go to mcc.nic.in MCC's official website.
Procedure for NEET Counseling
Neet counselling is divided into two sections.
AIQ stands for All India Quota.
Counselling at the state level
MCC is in charge of AIQ (All India Quota) counselling, which accounts for approximately 15% of medical college seats, while the remaining 85% of seats are covered by state quotas, which are handled by the states themselves.
Step-by-step instructions for Neet counselling
The All India Quota seats for all government medical colleges in India, i.e. 15% of total seats in deemed medical colleges, all central government universities such as BHU, AMU, Delhi University, and AIIMS. The MCC is in charge of the counselling of these priceless institutes.
The remaining 85 % of seats in all government medical colleges and 100% of seats in private medical colleges and respective state universities are handled solely by the respective states or Union Territories.
The procedures for participating in NEET counselling are as follows.
To be registered for NEET counselling, candidates who have passed the NEET examination must go to the official MCC website and register for All India Quota Counselling. This registration step will allow the candidate to become eligible for admission to medical colleges via the All India Quota.
They must first go to the MCC's official website: mcc.nic.in then click on UG medical counselling before proceeding to New Registration.
The information they must provide when registering themselves are as follows:
NEET UG NEET-UG Roll Number NEET UG Application Number
Date of birth
To finish the registration process, they must create a password and confirm their verification via OTP.
Students should print their information and login ID for future reference.
Candidates must pay registration fees after completing the registration process. The registration fees can be paid by credit card, debit card, net banking, or other online methods.
AIQ registration fees for the general category are 1000 Rs in non-refundable fees, whereas registration fees for deemed universities are 5000 Rs in the general category.
The refundable fee for other categories for AIQ is 500 Rs, and the fee for deemed colleges is 5000 Rs.
When it comes to refundable counselling fees, the general category for AIQ and central universities is 10,000 Rs, while the deemed universities are 20,000 Rs.
Other categories have refundable fees of INR 5000 for AIQ and central universities and Rs 2,000,000 for deemed universities.
Once the registration process is completed, the candidate can log in to their registered account using the password they created at the time of registration, and then they must select the colleges to which they want to be admitted.
When all of the options have been selected, the system will notify the candidate of the Mock allotment. However, it is only available for some states and not for MCC, but it will inform students whether or not they will be admitted to their preferred college based on their information.
Once all of the options have been filled out correctly, the candidate must lock their selection. Choices cannot be changed once they have been locked, so students must carefully consider their options before locking. If locking is not completed by the last date of registration, it is automatically filled in the case of MCC but not in all state counselling. So keep in mind to secure your selection.
Under the State Quota for NEET UG Counselling
Students must visit the respective colleges to complete the counselling procedure for the remaining 85 per cent of seats in government medical colleges. NEET Counselling for the state quota is only done by the state medical colleges, so they must go there or call them to get admissions information.
Documents Required for NEET Counseling
Before the candidate attends the counselling session. They should carry the following documents with them:
- Identity Documentation.
- Birth Certificate.
- Caste/Category Certificate.
- High School & Intermediate Mark Sheets.
- NEET UG 2021 Admit Card.
- NEET UG 2021 Rank Card.
- Provisional Allotment Letter.
- Passport size photographs ( approx. Six).
Following the completion of the first round of counselling, there will be two additional rounds of counselling for the seats that remained unfilled in the first round. Students who do not get into their preferred medical schools must register for the second round of counselling.
Fresh registration for subsequent rounds is not permitted; only those who have previously appeared in the first round may register.
Following the results of the second round of counselling, there is a third round of counselling, also known as the mop-up round. Low-scoring students can also gain admission to good colleges during this round of counselling.
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