The result of AIPMT 2014 Counselling Round 1 has been published by counselling authority Medical Counselling Committee on July 11, 2014. According to officials, 18115 candidates have participated in the AIPMT 2014 Counselling Round 1for 2,156 MBBS and 249 BDS seats in 123 Government Medical and 29 Dental Colleges of India respectively, excluding Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.
Important Highlights of AIPMT 2014 Counseling Round 1 -
14 students out of top 100 rank holders did not apply for AIPMT counseling 2014
40 MBBS and 6 BDS PH category seats remained vacant after 1st round of counseling
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi remains the most preferred medical college among top rankers of AIPMT 2014
The AIPMT 2014 counselling process, conducted in 3 rounds, will conclude on September 5, 2014. The seat allotment result of round 1 was published on July 11, while the result for the second round of seat allotment will be released on August 4. However, cancelled seats from the first round will be carried forward to the second round seat allotment.
The third round of AIPMT 2014 counselling will begin from August 19, 2014 and conclude on August 26, 2014 with the release of seat allotment result. At this stage, candidates who were not allotted seats in the previous rounds will have an option to make their choice afresh, available on the basis of total vacant seats compiled from the left over seats of the previous two stages of counselling. In addition to the seats carried forward, candidates will also be considered for new seats, if any, in various medical colleges.
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Out of Top 100 AIPMT 2014 Rankers – 14 Not Participated in Counselling
14 aspirants in the top 100 ranks did not participate in the AIPMT 2014 counselling. This increases other candidates’ chance of getting listed on the seat allotment result sheet as the 14 seats can be filled by aspirants below the previously declared cut off..
Meanwhile, 40 MBBS (PH category seats) and 6 BDS (PH category seats) seat are vacant after round 1 AIPMT 2014 counselling.
Most Preferred Medical College of India in AIPMT 2014 Counselling Round 1
All MBBS seats of below mentioned medical colleges with 15% of their seats covered under AIPMT all India Quota, have been allotted in the first round of AIPMT 2014 counselling. Surprisingly, 14 students out of top 100 rank holders had not applied for AIPMT 2014 counselling.
You can check the top 6 most preferred Medical Colleges of India from the table given below. The classification of these top 6 Medical institutions is based on student preference.
Top Medical College of India based on AIPMT 2014 First Round Counselling:
Name of the College
Maulana Azad Medical College
VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital
University College Of Medical Sciences
Lady Hardinge Medical College
Government Medical College
Seth G.S. Medical College
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Category Wise – AIPMT 2014 Cut off Rank in Round 1 Counselling
For admission to MBBS seats, the AIPMT 2014 cut off for unreserved category candidates in the first round of Counselling is 3318, while that for BDS seats is 6048.
Check the category-wise AIPMT 2014 cut off rank who got MBBS and BDS seats from the graph given below:
Category Wise – AIPMT 2014 Closing Rank of 6 Most Preferred Medical College of India
Most of the candidates in the top 100 AIPMT 2014 rank holder list opted for MAMC. MAMC has been followed by VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital and University College of Medical Sciences as the most popular colleges among the medical aspirants.
The AIPMT 2014 closing rank of 6 most preferred medical college for unreserved and OBC categories are given below:
Category Wise - AIPMT 2014 Closing Rank of Top 6 Most Preferred Medical College:
Overall, as many as 46,271 candidates qualified the test for counselling process for different medical colleges which fill their capacity on the basis of AIPMT 2014 result. The Qualified candidates have to further complete the formalities with the respective Counselling Authorities, such as, DGHS, Medical Education Directorates of States, AFMC, Institutions and Universities, etc. for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses.
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Chemistry- NCERT is enough
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Know the Neet syllabus & what’s important
Study all the chapters taught in class 11 and 12 thoroughly. 70 to 80 percent of the overall questions are either directly taken from NCERT or are an advanced form of its learnings. Before you take on the study effort, go through the previous years' papers, so much so that, you can identify the important topics and concepts. Study those thoroughly, and prioritize these topics before you move to the less important ones.
Make a study strategy
Ensure you make a good timetable that includes solving test papers, regular revisions, and small breaks to help you recuperate and start afresh. Strictly abide by it and allocate more time to difficult subjects. Make it a habit to cover difficult topics along with interesting ones so that preparation does not become monotonous. Keep a track of time as you do not want one chapter to consume time and affect your overall study plan.
Solve test papers
As soon as you complete your syllabus, start solving as many test papers as you can. As the final date approaches, solve 3-4 test papers/mocks tests a day. Try to complete the test papers within the designated time. Demarcate the questions where you made a mistake and identify its cause. Revise all the incorrectly attempted questions well. In this manner, you will be able to understand your weaknesses better and prepare strategically, which is very important for a competitive exam like NEET.
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Every student will have a different strategy to crack the exam. While preparing for a competitive exam like NEET, follow a study technique that helps you recall your lessons well and allows you to solve the paper in the stipulated time. Follow the one that suits you best and adhere to the pattern till the day of examination. Do not panic and alter your strategy a few days before the exam - this is likely to hamper your preparation and affect your confidence before the examination.
The NEET Exam is a pen paper based examination of 3 hours. The question paper comprises of questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Zoology and Botany). The NEET syllabus is prepared on the basis of MCI notified common syllabus of the medical entrance exam. The examination serves as a gateway to the medical colleges of the country for medical aspirants.
NEET Physics Syllabus:
Physical world and measurement
Laws of Motion
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Work, Energy and Power
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
Properties of Bulk Matter
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Oscillations and Waves
Atoms and Nuclei
Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
NEET Chemistry Syllabus:
Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Structure of Atom
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
d and f Block Elements
s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Some p-Block Elements
Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
Chemistry in Everyday Life
NEET Biology Syllabus:
Diversity in Living World
Structural Organization in Animals and Plants
Genetics and Evolution
Cell Structure and Function
Biology and Human Welfare
Biotechnology and Its Applications
Ecology and Environment
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1 month is not enough for the strategic preparation for NEET. It will roughly take 4 -5 months to prepare strategically.
Here are some tips which will help you -
Read NCERT Books thoroughly
Always give priority to NCERT books, then prerefer any reference book
Solve sample papers and previous year question papers Daily
Take mock test
Revise the topics weekly
And stay motivated
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