MBBS is the most sought after course in India. Every year, over 16 lakhs students appear in NEET for about 75000 seats across India. These seats are further divided into various quotas. We have All India Quota, State Quotas, General-Non General Quota, ESI Quota , Management seats and so on. The entire counselling process is quite complicated.

The NEET shall be  conducted in pen and paper based mode in June 2020. The counselling of NEET 2020 will be conducted entirely in online mode. As per records, about 235 medical colleges will participate in the NEET Counselling process 2020.

A total of three rounds of NEET 2020 counselling will be organised including a mop-up round. The mop up round of counselling will be conducted only for Deemed/Central University and ESIC College admit-cards.
The NEET Under Graduate (MBBS/BDS) aspirant candidates are expected to be prepared for the Counselling and Seat Allotment for MBBS/ BDS seats under 15% All India Quota from June 19, 2020 (Tentative). The State level counselling for filling the 85% seats are, however, the responsibility of the respective state authorities. The candidates who had appeared for NEET 2020 and had cleared the NEET Cut Off was demanded by the respective colleges can apply for admission in that college through counselling. The allotment of seats will be as per their merit, category, and availability of seats in colleges.

The Medical Counseling Committee of the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India is the responsible authority for conducting counseling for All India Quota seats/ Institutional Quota/ Domicile (internal candidates) of Central Universities (Aligarh Muslim University/ Banaras Hindu University/ University of Delhi/Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi), (wards of ESIC insured persons) seats of colleges under Employee State Insurance Corporation and Armed Forces Medical College, Pune for the Under graduate sessions.

 Tentative Schedule: ( based on last year process)

 

First Round Of Counselling 
Registration and Payment June 19 – 26, 2020 (5:00 PM)
Fee Payment Facility June 26, 2020 (7:00 PM)
Choice Filling and Seat Locking June 26 (4:00 PM) – June 27 (11:00 AM)
Processing of Seat Allotment June 27 – 30, 2020
First Counselling Result July 1, 2020
Reporting to colleges July 1 – 6, 2020
Second Round Of Counselling 
Registration and Payment July 11 – 13, 2020 (5:00 PM)
Fee Payment Facility July 13, 2020 (12 Noon)
Choice Filling and Seat Locking July 12, 2020 (10:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
Processing of Seat Allotment July 13 – 15, 2020
Second Counselling Result July 18, 2020
Reporting to colleges July 18 – 25, 2020
MOP-UP Round For Central/Deemed Universiry/ ESIC Only
Registration and Payment August 13 – 15, 2020 (5:00 PM)
Fee Payment Facility August 16, 2020 (2:00 PM)
Choice Filling and Seat Locking August 16, 2020 (10:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
Processing of Seat Allotment August 17, 2020
Third Counselling Result August 18, 2020
Reporting to colleges August 20 – 26, 2020


Eligibility for counseling:
Candidates who qualifies the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) are eligible to apply for the counselling. The candidates need to have obtained a minimum of 50th percentile for general category, 40th percentile for SC/ ST/ OBC and 45th percentile for general-physically handicapped in NEET 2020 to be considered qualified in the exam. The ministry releases the list of qualified candidates under All India Quota excluding candidates from Jammu and Kashmir to take part in 15% AIQ Counselling.

NEET Counseling Process:

Step1: Register for Counseling:

The counselling process to fill 15% All India Quota Seats is conducted in two rounds followed by a mop-up round by the Medical Council for India(MCI). The registration process for counselling are given below stepwise:

Step I) Take the official website of MCC and click ‘New Registration’. Enter your details, they’ve asked like Roll Number, Application Number, Candidate name, Mother name, Date of Birth, Mobile number, Email ID and Security Pin as per your admit card. This will create a unique Roll No. and Password for the candidate and these are to be used while registering for NEET Counselling.

Step II) After this, now login to the MCC website and click on ‘Candidate login’.

Step III) This will redirect you to a new page where you will have to enter more details like Name, Roll No, Registration No., Mother’s Name, Contact No., etc and click ‘Submit’.

Step IV) All your details as per the NTA database will be displayed, which you will have to verify. Click on ‘Confirm Registration’ and this will generate a Registration Slip. It is advisable to save this page for future references.

Step 2: NEET Counselling Fee Payment

The next step after successful registration, is to pay a refundable and non-refundable NEET 2020 counselling fee. The candidates can pay the fee through an online medium like Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Net Banking. Candidates can check the NEET counselling fee 2020 in the table given below:

 

Category Non-Refundable Registration Fee Refundable Tuition Fee
15% AIQ/ Central Universities Deemed Universities 15% AIQ/ Central Universities Deemed Universities
UR INR 1,000 INR 5,000 INR 10,000 INR 2,00,000
SC/ST/OBC/PwD INR 500 INR 5,000 INR 5,000 INR 2,00,000

Step 3: Option Entry and Choice Locking
Choice Locking facility is up only for a specific time period on a given day.
The candidates must be aware that the admission is granted on the basis of merit i.e. NEET score and also considers the preferences submitted during the counselling process. In this step, the candidates must fill up his/her choices by viewing the list of colleges on the screen. You can give as many choices as desired and you must keep in mind your marks while doing so. After this, the candidates can prioritize their choices in the list by moving them up or down, interchange choices and delete choices.
After confirming, enter your password and click on ‘Lock Choices’. This cannot be altered and hence one needs to be very careful with locking choices. You can also take a printout of the locked choices which has details including locking date and time, IP Address of computer and system generated Unique no.

 

Step 4: Release of Seat Allotment Result
After each round of counselling, MCC releases seat allotment results in the form of a list. Each selected candidates will be issued a seat allotment letter. The candidates are expected to report to the allotted colleges with the allotment letter and other documents to finish admission process.

List of Documents for NEET 2020 Counselling

Original documents along with attested photocopies are to be carried by the candidates to the counselling process. The following are the list of essential documents required during the NEET Counselling.
• NEET Admit Card
• NEET 2020 Result/Rank Letter
• Class X Certificate and Mark sheet
• Class XII Certificate and Mark sheet
• 8 passport sized photographs (Same as the one affixed on the application form)
• NEET Seat Allotment letter
• Proof of Identity (Aadhar card/PAN card/Passport/ Driving License)
• Category Certificate (if applicable)

Counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats:
The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Government of India holds the Counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats.

• All deemed, central, state universities  participate in online counselling.
• Seats of ESIC and AFMC, BHU & AMU will also be filled in this counselling.
• Candidates will apply for 15% All India Quota seats as per the directions of DGHS and seats left vacant after 2 rounds of Counselling will be adjusted in mop-up round.
• Those candidates who take part in All India Counselling can also participate in State Counselling of their respective states.

Counselling for 85% State Quota Seats:
As for State quota and other seats coming under the control of each respective states, candidates an apply to their domicile states and a merit list will be prepared by concerned Counselling Authorities as per State rules and based on All India Rank .

• The State Counselling Authority will be conducting counselling for Private Medical Colleges also.
• Candidates are expected to register on their concerned state’s counselling websites.
• Counselling will be conducted on the basis of the candidate’s rank in the state merit list.
• Admission to colleges in J&K are purely based on state counselling

To know details of various State quota processes:

MBBS in Delhi

MBBS in Haryana

MBBS in Punjab

MBBS in Uttarakhand 

MBBS in Rajasthan

MBBS in kerela

MBBS in Karnataka

MBBS in Uttar Pradesh

MBBS in Tamilnadu

MBBS in Andhra Pradesh 

 

NEET 2020 Cutoff
The statistics and details of the candidates who qualified the test on the basis of the minimum qualifying criteria of NEET UG 2019 are as given below:-

 

Category Qualifying Criteria Cutoff Range No. Of Candidates
CRL 50th Percentile 701-134 704335
OBC 40th Percentile 133-107 63789
SC 40th Percentile 133-107 20009
ST 40th Percentile 133-107 8455
UR & PH 45th Percentile 133-120 266
OBC & PH 40th Percentile 119-107 142
SC & PH 40th Percentile 119-107 32
ST & PH 40th Percentile 119-107 14

We at GKWORKS offer students support in going through this process in hassle free manner.

Our package include

  1. Filing up choice form for All India Quota counselling and others colleges under MCC
  2. Helping students applying for private colleges in state counselling
  3. Ensuring to get students private college seat at least possible cost
  4. Supporting end to end till the admission is secured
  5. Personal support during physical verification of documents process

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There are many Open States which provide access to non-domiciled students for MBBS admission in the private medical college, following are the open states- Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamilnadu, Puducherry, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, West Bengal, Sikkim, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, and Rajasthan.

Indian States which don’t allow non-domiciled students for MBBS admission (not even in private medical colleges) are called Closed States, the following States are Closed States- Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh,Gujarat, Punjab, J&K, Chhatisgarh, and Odisha.

 

Some FAQ’s about MBBS India Admission Process

 

 

  1. Counselling Procedure: Banaras Hindu University

Candidates all over India are eligible to participate in the UG Counselling procedure of IMS and BHU. The Banaras Hindu University has 100% open seats, irrespective of domicile. All the candidates who have qualified NEET are eligible to apply the same.

The Counselling process will have four rounds: Round 1, Round 2 of AIQ, Mop-up Round and Stray vacancy round.

The first 3 rounds will be conducted online by MCC. The last round, Stray Vacancy, will be conducted by BHU, the list of registered students for which will be forwarded to BHU by MCC. Candidates who have qualified for the All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank in NEET UG conducted by NTA, along with such candidates from Union Territory of J&K will be eligible. The rank letter of eligible candidates is available for download on the NTA Website.

Reservation Policy:

The reservation policy of the Central Government is applicable on the seats contributed by BHU:

  1. SC: 15%
  2. ST: 7.5%
  3. OBC: 27% (Non-Creamy Layer) in Central List
  4. PwD: 5% Horizontal Reservation
  5. EWS: 10%

Note: The reservation of seats under PwD Category has been increased from 3% to 5% in AIQ and the 21 Benchmark Disabilities as envisaged under the regulations of Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016.

Candidates who wish to avail 5% PwD reservation in UG seats of Government/Central medical institutions are required to obtain the Disability Certificate as per 21 Benchmark Disabilities given under RPWD Act 2016, from the designated disability centres. Certificates issued by any other hospital or board will not be accepted.

Candidates are requested to read Chapter 5 of the NEET UG 2020 Bulletin/Prospectus and the instructions available on the website of NTA regarding Caste and PwD Certificate carefully.

Failure on the part of the candidate to produce proper Caste (and PwD, if applicable) certificate at allotted medical/Dental college, then they will not be permitted to join the allotted Medical/Dental college. In short, the allotted seat will be cancelled and their category will be changed, if otherwise applicable for the changed category.

Roster:

  1. MCC will apply roster on 100% of seats contributed by BHU.

Eligibility condition for State Quota seats:

  1. Domicile free
  2. Candidates who have qualified the NEET are eligible to apply for the same.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Counselling Procedure: AFMC

Candidates who wish to participate in AFMC Counselling will have to register themselves on the MCC Portal.

The list of these registered candidates will then be sent to AFMC Authorities for the purpose of conducting Offline Counselling as per their rules and regulations.

The result of the counselling sessions, i.e., the allotment status will be sent back to MCC for uploading on their website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Counselling Procedure: JIPMER

JIPMER Counselling procedure will have four rounds, namely: Round 1, Round 2 of AIQ, Mop-up Round and Stray Vacancy Round.

The first 3 rounds will be conducted online by MCC. The last round, Stray Vacancy, will be conducted by JIPMER, for the purpose of which the list of registered candidates will be forwarded by MCC to JIPMER. Candidates who have qualified for All India Quota Seats on the basis of the rank secured in NEET UG, including candidates from the Union Territory of J&K, will be eligible. The rank/result letter for the eligible candidates is available for download on the NTA Website.

 Breakdown of available seats:

  1. JIPMER Open Seats
  2. Puducherry: 134 Seats + 5 NRI Seats
  3. Karaikal: 45 Seats + 1 NRI Seat
  4. Internal Seats
  5. Puducherry: 48 Seats
  6. Karaikal: 16 Seats

 

Candidates are advised to go through the eligibility and admission policies for JIPMER’s internal or domicile seats, as JIPMER has its own policies in these regards. The seat matrix of JIPMER for NEET UG 2020 has been provided by JIPMER itself.

Before applying, it is important for candidates to go over the Information Bulletin of JIPMER for details relating to eligibility, seat status etc.

Reservation Policy:

The reservation policy of the Central Government is applicable on the seats contributed by JIPMER as OPEN seats:

  1. SC: 15%
  2. ST: 7.5%
  3. OBC: 27% (Non-Creamy Layer) in Central List
  4. PwD: 5% Horizontal Reservation
  5. EWS: 10%

Note: The reservation of seats under PwD Category has been increased from 3% to 5% in AIQ and the 21 Benchmark Disabilities as envisaged under the regulations of Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016.

Candidates who wish to avail 5% PwD reservation in UG seats of Government/Central medical institutions are required to obtain the Disability Certificate as per 21 Benchmark Disabilities given under RPWD Act 2016, from the designated disability centres. Certificates issued by any other hospital or board will not be accepted.

Candidates are requested to read Chapter 5 of the NEET UG 2020 Bulletin/Prospectus and the instructions available on the website of NTA regarding Caste and PwD Certificate carefully.

Failure on the part of the candidate to produce proper Caste (and PwD, if applicable) certificate at allotted medical/Dental college, then they will not be permitted to join the allotted Medical/Dental college. In short, the allotted seat will be cancelled and their category will be changed, if otherwise applicable for the changed category.

Roster: MCC will allot seats on the basis of the roster provided by JIPMER

Eligibility Condition for JIPMER Internal seats:

  1. The Candidate should have qualified NEET UG 2020.
  2. Candidates are advised to go through the Information Bulletin of JIPMER to check the eligibility conditions for the same

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Registration and Counselling Process In Detail

Candidates should ensure that the same e-mail address and mobile number used in NTA’s online application form is also used for registration on MCC Portal for the counselling process.

All the communication will be done by MCC of DGHS, MoHFW on the registered e-mail address or Mobile Number (via SMS) only.

Any complaint in regards to the change of registered mobile number or email address shall not be entertained by the MCC of DGHS, MoHFW.

Candidates are advised to use their Laptops or Computers during the Registration and Choice-Filling process to avoid any technical complications.

ROUND-1

  1. Main counseling Registration which will include payment of Non-Refundable Registration fee and Refundable Security Deposit (to be refunded only in the account through which payment has been made).
  2. Exercising and locking of choices
  3. Process of Seat Allotment Round-1
  4. Publication of result of Round-1 on MCC’s website
  5. Reporting at the allotted Medical/Dental College against 1 Round.

ROUND-2

Please note that the candidates who registered for Round-1 and did not get any seat allotted are not required to register again.

  1. Fresh New Registration for Round-2 for those candidates who:
  • Hadn’t registered during Round-1 (with full payment of fees)
  • Those who have resigned/not reported in Round-1 need not register again
  • Fresh Choice filling Round-2.
  1. Publication of result of Round-2 on MCC website.
  2. Reporting at the allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 2

Please note that there has been an end of 15 % All India Counselling and reverting of Non-Joined, Not-allotted seats to State quota/Institutional Quota of Central University /Central Institute.

 

MOP –UP ROUND

Only for Deemed/ Central Universities, ESIC, AIIMS & JIPMER

  1. Fresh Registration with payment of registration fees for Mop-Up Round for the following:

 

 

FAQs

  1. No. 1: How to use registration and Choice filling form on website?

Ans.: Candidates will first have to log on to the website www.mcc.nic.in to get registered and then fill in the choices. The website will become operational shortly. Please take note to study the counseling scheme carefully.

It is advised that after going through the list of seats available, first prepare a tentative list as per your preference of colleges, before attempting to fill your choices online. Candidates are advised to read and understand the user manual carefully before registering.

 

  1. No. 2: Do I require any documents for online registration?

Ans.: You will be required to fill up some of the information that you have given on your application form with the NTA, New Delhi.

 

IMPORTANT

It is highly advisable that you keep the information filled in your NTA Application form confidential and do not share these with anybody. This information will be used during the online allotment process and submission of choices.

If somebody else uses that information, they can misuse your form or prevent you from taking part in the online allotment process.

Keep print out of application form ready with you for reference.

 

  1. No. 3: What information do I require for online registration?

Ans.: Please note that you will be asked to fill some of the information (we are not showing it  here for security  reasons)  that  you  have  given  on  your  application  form during online registration for participating in NEET UG Counselling, 2020, therefore, keep copy of your application form of NEET UG for reference.

 

IMPORTANT

Please note that on registration window of online allotment process, you have to fill in exactly same spelling, numbers etc. as you have filled in your application form.

 

  1. No. 4: What documents are required at the time of online counseling?

Ans.: Since the counselling process is online, no documents will be required for participating in the online allotment process or during the registration process.

 

  1. No. 5: How and when to make the payment?

Ans.: After the fresh registration, payment page will appear automatically. The payment can be done through Net Banking/credit card/debit card as per your choice. Only after the successful payment can the candidate proceed for choice filling.

 

  1. No. 6: Is there any restriction for filling up number of choices of Institution (and courses i.e. MBBS and BDS) in choice filling form?

Ans.: No, you can give as many choices as you wish during online choice filling. However, choices should be in order of candidates’ preference.

There will be a common software for AIQ/ Deemed/Central Universities for filling up choices.

 

  1. No. 7: Can I have some idea about the seat I am likely to get at my rank?

Ans.: You can have some idea from the following:

  1. Please log on to the website

From home page go to medical counseling

Open Under- Graduate (for previous years)

Open composite allotment list.

From the information that you will see, you will get some idea of the pattern in previous year(s). This will only be indicative without any guarantee for the current year.

Opening and Closing rank, course and category-wise, is also available     in Download section of home page of MCC website.

 

  1. From result of Mock Counseling and Indicative Seat Allotment (during the registration period/during round-1).

 

  1. No.8: Is it necessary to fill up and lock the choices to get a seat allotted? Or will I be allotted seat automatically from leftover seats?

Ans.: Registration is compulsory to take part in online allotment process, before the round-1 or during a specified registration period. After online registration, you  have to fill in the choice of Institutions/colleges/courses in order of your preference. Once choice is filled in, it can be modified before locking it. It is necessary to lock the choices to be able to print them. If the candidate does not lock the choice submitted by him/her, it will be automatically locked as per schedule.

Please remember that if you don’t register and fill in the choices during registration period, you will not be allotted any seat. Please also note that you can register once before allotment of round-1, before starting of round-2 and before start of Mop up Round. There will be no fresh registrations before Stray Vacancy Round.

 

IMPORTANT:

Do not wait till the last minute to Register and Lock your choices. Please go through your submitted choices carefully before locking, as once you lock the choices they cannot be modified or changed in case of a mistake. It may result in allotment of a seat which you never wanted. (Please note that the choices once locked cannot be unlocked even from MCC)

 

  1. No. 9: Is it necessary to join allotted Medical/Dental College of Round 1 to get chance to participate in Round 2?

Ans.: No, the candidates need not report to or join the college allotted in Round 1 since there is a provision of free exit.

However, if you want to hold the Round 1 seat, you have to physically join the college of Round 1 and give up gradation willingness for Round 2 at the time of admission.

 

  1. No. 10: If a candidate does not report at the allotted college during Round 2, does he have to register again for Mop Up round of Deemed/ Central Universities?

Ans.:- Yes. The candidate’s security amount will be forfeited and he has to register afresh for the Mop Up round and pay again.

 

  1. No. 11: If some new Under-graduate seats are created / started (increase in UG seats or in new medical/Dental colleges) after start of online counseling, will these be included and when?

Ans.: Newly created/sanctioned seats that could not be included in first round

due to non-reporting / late reporting/ reporting after start of first round of online allotment process, will be included in second round (Round-2) on receiving information from participating Medical / Dental Colleges before the start of second round (publication of the seat matrix).

 

  1. No. 12: Who are eligible for 2nd Round of allotment?

Ans.: Candidates eligible for seat allotment in 2nd round would be from one of the following groups:

Group I: Registered candidates who did not get any seat allotment in the 1st round.

Group II: Registered candidates who have secured seat under reserved quota & whose 1st round of allotted seat got cancelled during the document verification on reporting for admission will be considered for allotment of seat in the next round of seat allotment, with changed Category, subject to availability of seat in the respective category.

Group III: Candidates who reported at the allotted institute during 1st round of allotment and submitted willingness for second round up-gradation as Yes.

 

Group IV: Candidates who have been allotted a seat but Not Joined.

 

Group V: Candidates who have resigned from the allotted seat of first round at college.

 

  1. No. 13: Who are not eligible for 2nd Round of allotment?

Ans. (a) Candidates who have become non-eligible due to inadequate documents as per Eligibility Criteria.

(b) Who have not registered in Round 1 or Round 2.

 

  1. No 14: What is the procedure for Round 2?

Ans.: A fresh set of seats will be added to the system (seats available during round-1), if any, due to latest approvals of MCI/DCI (increase in admission capacity of existing Medical/Dental College/starting of a new Medical/Dental college).

Further, the conversion of seats is also carried out during the round-2 of seat allotment for AIQ and Mop Up Round for Deemed Universities and accordingly, the candidates will be shown all the choices which are available against vacant, newly added seats, virtual vacancies which are likely to get vacated during up-gradation and also during the conversion of seats as per the following algorithm:

 

S.NO. CONVERSION CATEGORY CATEGORY CONVERTED TO
1. ST (PwD) ST
2. SC (PwD) SC
3. UR (PwD) UR
4. OBC (PwD) OBC
5. ST SC
6. SC UR

 

Candidates who have submitted option for participation in the second round during the reporting period for the first round seat allotment; the choices for them would be initialized (the choices remaining after allotment, submitted before round-1 will stand cancelled). The candidates are required to submit fresh choices online during the time the window is open for the same.

Choices which were filled during 1st round of choice filling will stand null & void.

All eligible candidates who desire to take part in Second round & Mop Up Round of online allotment will have to submit fresh choices and lock the same during the appropriate periods.

There will not be any indicative allotment in Round-2 of allotment, locked choices of the candidates would be processed and result will be published.

Please note that those candidates who did not submit fresh choices for Round 2 of Counselling will not be considered.

  1. No. 15: Can a candidate participate in 2nd round without submitting fresh choices (based on choices submitted before round-1)?

Ans.: It is necessary to submit fresh choices to be eligible for consideration during 2nd round of seat allotment. If fresh choices are not submitted, the candidate will not be eligible for the 2nd round, and will retain the seat allotted previously, if any.

  1. No. 16: Do I have to fill in choice of College/Course to participate in 2nd round of online allotment process?

Ans.: Yes. To participate in 2nd round of online allotment process fresh choices have to be provided.

  1. No. 17: After I join Second Round of Counseling of 15% AIQ/Deemed can I leave/resign to join State Quota/Private College seat?

Ans.: Once you join second round seat from 15% All India Quota, you will not be allowed to vacate from allotted 2nd round seat as per direction by Hon’ble supreme court in WP(C) (267/2017) dated 09/05/2017.

However if you are allotted a seat in Second Round in AIQ/Deemed you can exit with forfeiture of security amount.

  1. No. 18: If I give consent for upgradation of my choice during first round and if my choice is allotted, is it necessary to join at the college allotted during second round?

Ans.: In case, a candidate is allotted seat during the second round of allotment process,  the seat allotted during the first round will be automatically cancelled immediately and allotted to somebody else. The candidate will have to join the college/seat allotted during Round-2 after obtaining online generated relieving letter from college allotted in Round-1.

If a candidate does not join the college/seat allotted during the second round, within stipulated period, he will forfeit his fee. The candidate will also have to register again for the Mop-up round.

The seat can also be upgraded in the same college and same course by change of category of the person. In such a case, the candidate has to take fresh admission on the upgraded seat, as per procedure.

  1. No. 19: If I forget my password created during registration, how can I retrieve it?

Ans.: To retrieve the forgotten password, the following system exists:

The candidate will have to enter the information that he/she filled at the time of registration and then answer the security question. Answer it correctly according to the information you had given at the time of New Candidate Registration process. The above data submitted by candidate will be checked against the registered candidate’s database.

If the entries match, the candidate will be permitted to enter the new password.

  1. No. 20: What are some of the reasons for facing difficulty in login?

Ans: Please read the user manual made for the candidates. Also, follow the instructions about use of browser, use of same spellings, same format of date as in the application form submitted to NTA, New Delhi. Ensure an uninterrupted internet connection. In case of an interruption in the connection, the IP address being monitored by the Counselling Software will change and a ‘Session Expired’ message will be displayed as a consequence. In such a scenario, please try to login from another computer having uninterrupted internet connection.

Q No. 21: I am having difficulty in creating a password. What may be the problems?

Ans: The password should be created as per the password policy. Please use the same internet browser as suggested in user manual, as it is difficult to login from some other browsers. While creating password avoid using Caps Lock key, instead of Caps Lock key, use shift key to avoid mistakes.

  1. No. 22: When I try to login for choice filling/submission, it says wrong roll number/password. What may be the problem(s)?

Ans: This can happen if the roll number entered or password typed is incorrect. Passwords are case sensitive, therefore type the exact same password which had been created earlier, while being mindful of the case. In case, you have forgotten the password you can retrieve it by using a security question, as explained in the earlier FAQs.

  1. No. 23: What are the guidelines for fresh choice filling before second round of online allotment process?

Ans: Please remember that if any seat is allotted from the choice filled in by the candidate before 2 Round of Counseling, the seat allotted during 1st round will be automatically cancelled. Therefore, the candidates are advised to fill in the choice carefully for seats which are of higher preference than the earlier allotted seat. Candidates are not required to fill up seat which is already allotted to them (already joined), in their choices during Round-2.

  1. No. 24: Can I modify my choices during the period of “Exercising of Choices and Locking” (during first round) and “Fresh Choice submission and locking for 2nd Round”?

Ans: Yes, it is possible to modify, add or delete your choices during this period, before you locking your choices but know that once you lock your Choices then you cannot modify them. Also, the registration of New Users is permitted up to a specific date as mentioned in the Counseling Schedule.

 

  1. No. 25: How to get the print out of choices submitted?

Ans: As per schedule on the last date of locking/after locking of choices by the system, you will be able to take a printout of your submitted choices, during the first, second  & Mop Up round of seat allotment and admission.

It will be possible to take print out of your locked choices at the allotted Medical/Dental College at the time of admission on request.

 

  1. No.26: If I opt to participate in second round of counseling will my allotted seat (of first round) will be cancelled?

Ans: In case you are not allotted any seat in the second round, you will retain the earlier allotted seat. However, on upgradation of a seat in second round, the earlier allotted seat will automatically be cancelled and allotted to another candidate.

Therefore, you are advised to fill in only higher choices or any other choice which you prefer over the earlier allotted seat for your second round.

 

  1. No. 27: If I get an up-graded seat during second round, can I join that college directly?

Ans: No, you will have to first get an online-generated relieving letter from the previous institute/college (from MCC software – will be given by the college authority), before you join another college. Without such relieving letter, the candidate will not be allowed to join the college allotted in round-2. Up-gradation is applicable only to those candidates who have joined allotted seat of 1st round and submitted willingness for up gradation.

 

  1. No. 28: Is it possible to modify or edit my choices after locking?

Ans: No. Once the candidate has locked the choices it is not possible to unlock the same even from MCC’s end. Hence, the candidate is advised to check all choices carefully before locking.

  1. No. 29: In case I get an upgraded seat but in the same college, because of change of category, (e.g. from SC or ST to UR category) do I have to take admission on the allotted seat again?

Ans: Yes, you have to get a relieving letter generated on-line for the previously allotted seat and then get an admission letter again, generated on-line for the upgraded category seat from the concerned institution; otherwise your seat will be cancelled and allotted to another candidate or surrendered to state quota (in case of second round).

 

  1. No. 30:- What is the procedure for Mop Up Round Counseling which will be conducted by DGHS for Deemed/Central Universities/AIIMS/JIPMER?

Ans. The net vacant seats due to non-joining or non-reporting of Round 2 will be published in the seat matrix. Eligible candidates will then have to submit fresh choices and the result for the same will be processed as per Choice & Merit.

 

  1. No. 31:- What to do If I by mistake I had opted for Deemed Universities seats when I wanted to opt only for All India Quota (AIQ). How do I correct it?

Ans. There is an option of reset initialization on the registration page where the candidate can reset the previous filled quota choice. This facility is provided only once. However, the candidate will have to make new registration with full payment of fees after using RESET option.

 

  1. No. 32:- Is up-gradation allowed from 2nd round counseling of Deemed/ Central Universities to Mop-up Round counseling of DGHS for Central/ Deemed Universities/AIIMS/JIPMER?

Ans. No, Up-gradation is not allowed once a candidate joins a seat allotted in Round  II of Deemed/Central Universities and the candidate will not be allowed to vacate the seat of AIQ.

For Deemed Universities, the candidate will not be allowed in any further counseling sessions including Stray Vacancy Round of Deemed/ Central Universities/AIIMS/JIPMER.

 

  1. No. 33: Who are eligible for Stray Vacancy Round of Deemed/ Central Universities?

Ans. All registered candidates except the following three categories are eligible for Stray Vacancy Round of Deemed/Central Universities:-

  1. Candidates who joined the allotted seat in Round II of AIQ/ Deemed/ Central Universities.
  2. Candidates allotted a seat in Mop Up Round of DGHS
  3. Candidates who joined a seat in Mop Up Round of

 

  1. No. 34: Who are not eligible for Stray Vacancy Round of Deemed Universities?

Ans. Following Candidates are ineligible:-

  1. Candidates who joined the allotted seat in Round II of AIQ/ Deemed/ Central Universities.
  2. Candidates allotted a seat in Mop Up Round of DGHS and NOT
  3. Candidates who joined the allotted seat in Mop Up Round of
  4. Candidates who have not registered in any of Previous 3

 

  1. No. 35: Will there be any Fresh Registration for Stray Vacancy Round?

Ans. No, there is no need for Fresh Registration for Stray vacancy Round. The vacant seats list of registered candidates will be provided by DGHS to colleges for Stray Vacancy Round as per the direction of Hon’ble Supreme Court directions and also as per the regulations of MCI.

 

  1. No. 36: Will I be eligible for State Quota if I am allotted a seat in the 2nd Round of DGHS?

Ans. If a candidate has been allotted a seat in Round II but did not report at the allotted Institute, they can exit with Forfeiture of Fees i.e. the refundable security amount will be forfeited.

However once the candidate joins a seat allotted in 2nd Round (of AIQ/ Deemed University) they will not be eligible for exiting the seat and not eligible for any other round of Counseling including State Counseling.

The names of such candidates who have joined in Round II of AIQ/ Deemed/ Central Universities may also be circulated to all state counseling authorities to prohibit them from participating in any other round of counseling.

 

  1. No. 37: Who are eligible for “Exit with Forfeiture” option?

Ans. Candidates who were allotted a seat in Round II but did not report at the college may Exit with Forfeiture. (The security amount will not be refunded in this case).

Please note that Round I joined candidate who has not been Upgraded in Round II may resign his seat allotted in Round I within two days of Round II Result announcement failing which he will be considered as part of  the joined candidates for Round 2 and rules will apply accordingly.

 

  1. No. 38: What will happen to the All India Quota (85%) seats of Central Universities remained vacant after the second round of All India Quota Counseling?

Ans. They will be merged with the vacant seats of Institutional Quota and taken up in DGHS Mop up Round.

 

  1. No. 39: How much time will I be given to join the allotted college?

Ans: Candidates will be required to join the allotted college/course within stipulated time which will be mentioned in the counseling schedule. However, candidates are advised to join as early as possible and not to wait for last day of joining, due to different schedule of holidays (including local holidays)/working hours in various Medical and Dental Colleges.

In some of the colleges or universities, a time of 2-3 days is also required to complete admission formalities. Therefore, candidates are advised to contact allotted college immediately after declaration of their result of counseling allotment process to know such details and be prepared on time.

If the candidate fails to join the allotted Medical/Dental College within stipulated time, then the allotted seat will be cancelled.

Please remember that under no circumstances can the date of joining be extended by the MCC.

  1. No. 40: What documents are required at the time of joining or reporting in the allotted Medical/Dental College?

Ans: Original documents (along with attested photocopies of these documents) for admission to under-graduate medical courses, for admission to 15% of total seats on All-India basis required at the time of joining in allotted Medical / Dental College are as mentioned below:

 

  1. Allotment Letter issued by MCC
  2. Admit Cards of Exam issued by
  • Result/Rank letter issued by
  1. Date of  Birth  Certificate (if  Matric Certificate does not  bear the same)
  2. Class 10th Certificate
  3. Class 10+2 Certificate
  • Class 10+2 Marks Sheet
  • Eight (8) Passport size photograph the same as affixed on the application form.
  1. Provisional allotment letter generated on-line.
  2. Proof of identity (Aadhar/ PAN/ Driving Licence/ Passport)
  3. For NRI/ OCI candidates appearing for Deemed Universities following documents are mandatory:
    1. Passport copy of sponsor, embassy certificate
    2. Sponsorship affidavit (stating that sponsor is ready to bear the expenses for the whole duration of study)
    3. Relationship Affidavit (Relation of Candidate with the sponsor)

 

  • The Candidate should also bring the following certificates, if applicable:

 

  • SC/ST Certificate issued by the competent authority (in the standard format as specified in the prospectus/information bulletin) and it should be in English or Hindi in

Sub caste should be clearly mentioned in the certificate. Some of the States insist for English version of Caste Certificate. In case the certificate is in regional language the candidate should carry a Attested translated copy of the certificate in English/ Hindi.

 

  • OBC certificate issued by the competent The sub- caste should tally with the Central List of OBC. Please note that the OBC candidates should not belong to Creamy Layer to claim reservation benefit under the OBC Category. The OBC certificate must be in the standard format as mentioned in the prospectus/ Information Bulletin.
  • Disability Certificate issued from a duly constituted and authorized Medical Board for 21 Benchmark Disabilities as per the Rights of Persons with Disability Act 2016 (RPWD Act, 2016). (Please see clause 1 of Information Bulletin of AIPMT/NEET for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses, published by Central Board of Secondary Education (NTA) for details).

No other PWD certificate, issued by any other Authority/Hospital will be accepted.

 

Information Bulletin of AIPMT/NEET for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses, published by Central Board of Secondary Education (NTA) for details). No other PWD certificate, issued by any other Authority/Hospital will be entertained.

 

(d)        EWS Certificate as per the prescribed format.

 

(Candidates are advised to see college information, of allotted college for, any other document which may be required by the allotted college) Candidates without original certificates/documents shall not be allowed to take admission in allotted Medical/ Dental College.

 

  1. No. 41: In case I have Birth Certificate /Caste Certificate/ other certificate(s) in regional language, will they be acceptable at the time of reporting?

Ans: Certificates issued by the competent authority on standard format, should be in English or Hindi language.

Please remember that some of the states even insist for a certificate in English language only. Candidates are advised to carry certified, attested Copy of English version of their original certificates, in case the certificates issued are in another language, along with the original certificate.

 

 

  1. No. 42: If there is discrepancy in spelling of name in documents and application form, what do I do?

Ans: If there is any discrepancy in the spelling of name in documents, candidate must carry proof that the documents belong to the same person, in the form of an affidavit.

 

  1. No. 43: What if I do not have my Original Documents with me at the time of joining the allotted college?

Ans.: The Candidates who have been allotted a seat through NEET UG Counselling by MCC are informed that their admission is provisional subject to physical verification of documents by the allotted college authorities.

The MCC has no role to play in physical verification of documents.

Candidates who have deposited their original documents with any other Institute/ College/University and come for admission with a certificate stating that “their original certificates are deposited with the Institute/College/University” will not be allowed to take admission in allotted Medical/Dental College.

IMPORTANT

The following Matrix explains the permissibility to exercise fresh choice during counselling:-

S.No. Round Free Exit Exit with forfeiture of fees Ineligible for further counselling Amount of registration fees (security deposit)
1 AIQ I/Deemed Yes
2 AIQ II/Deemed If not joined If not joined Government= Rs 10,000 (half for SC/ST/OBC)

Deemed- Rs 2,00,000

3 State Quota I Yes
4 State Quota II If not joined If not joined Government= Rs 10,000 (half for SC/ST/OBC)

Private- Rs 1,00,000

5 State Quota Mop-Up If not joined
6 Deemed Mop-up If not joined