The counseling process for admission to undergraduate courses in medical colleges will begin on January 19. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said the registration process for NEET counseling will start from Wednesday, January 19 at mcc.nic.in. The announcement came after the undergraduate students expressed concerns and online protests began demanding counseling dates. The mentoring process for NEET PG has already started.
Those who pass the NEET 2021 – Medical College Entrance Examination – are eligible for medical counseling. As much as 15 percent of the seats in colleges in various states fall under the All India Quota (AIQ). This year, 10 percent of AIQ places will be reserved for students belonging to the EWS category and 27 percent for OBC students. This is in addition to the existing SC, ST and PwD quotas.
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NEET will have four rounds of counseling this year, the Medical Guidance Commission (MCC) said earlier. Those enrolling in the tutoring will be required to complete their choice of college and course, based on choice and merit, the list will be released. Those who select the assigned seats must participate in the document verification round; the rest can wait for the next round. The remaining places are available in the second round.
There are a total of four rounds, including round 1, round 2, clearing round and lost vacancy round from academic year 2021-22.
NEET 2021 Counselling: Documents Required
— NEET 2021 Admission Cards
— Results of the NEET 2021 or grade letter
— Class 10 pass certificate
— Class 12 pass certificate
— Government issued photo ID
— Passport-sized passport photos
— Caste certificate, if applicable
MCC will provide counseling for admission into 15 percent All India Quota seats for MBBS and BDS admissions in all states and UTs, all seats in BHU, AIIMS, JIPMER seats, AMU, Faculty of Dentistry in Jamia, 85 percent of the state quota seats from DU, IP University and 15 percent IP quota seats from ESIC.
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