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.
|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|
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.
Step 1: 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 2: Fee PaymentThe 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 1,000||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.
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.
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