AIPMT 2014 Counselling Round 2 Result Analysis
The result of AIPMT 2014 Counselling Round 2 has been declared by counselling authority Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on August 4, 2014. According to officials, a total of 771 medical seats were allotted and 976 seats were upgraded in AIPMT 2014 counselling round 2.
Surprisingly, 20 out of 50 AIPMT 2014 toppers did not report to their allotted medical colleges after the first round of AIPMT 2014 counselling. The result of AIPMT 2014 Counselling Round 1 was published by MCC on July 11, 2014.
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As per official information, 18,115 candidates had participated in the AIPMT 2014 Counselling Round 1 for 2,156 MBBS and 249 BDS seats in 123 Government Medical and 29 Dental Colleges of India respectively, excluding Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.
The second round of AIPMT 2014 counselling also offers upgraded seats. A total of 976 seats were upgraded for candidates who have opted for upgradation during Round 1.
Candidates who have been allotted seats in Round 2 of Counseling will have to report to their allotted institutes by August 16, 2014. The table given below carries some important highlights of AIPMT 2014 Counselling Round 2.
AIPMT 2014 Round 2 Counselling Important Highlights
Number of Medical Seats Allotted in 2nd Round
Number of Candidates Did Not Opted for Upgradation
Number of Medical Seats Upgraded
No Upgradation Done
Number of Medical Seats Cancelled due to non Reporting to respective medical colleges
Number of Candidates resigned
20 out of 50 AIPMT 2014 toppers did not reported to their allotted medical colleges after the first round of AIPMT 2014
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Category Wise – AIPMT 2014 Cut off Rank in Round 2 Counselling
For admission to MBBS seats, the AIPMT 2014 cut off for unreserved category candidates in the second round of Counselling is 3805, while that for BDS seats is 6483.
Check the category-wise AIPMT 2014 cut off rank who got MBBS and BDS seats in AIPMT 2014 counselling round 2 are shown in the graph given below:
48 Seats in Popular Medical Colleges Upgraded in Counselling Round 2
A total of 48 seats of 6 most preferred medical colleges of AIPMT 2014 counselling round 1 have been upgraded in AIPMT 2014 counselling round 2. The graph below shows candidates who had not reported to the respective medical colleges despite of allotment against their rank in AIPMT 2014.
Following candidates were eligible for Round 2 of AIPMT 2014 allotment
- Registered candidates who did not get allotted seats in round 1
- Candidates whose round 1 allotted seat were cancelled during document verification or who had secured seat under reserved quota
- Candidates who reported at allotted institute after round 1 of allotment and submitted willingness for second round up-gradation
Candidates Not Eligible for AIPMT Round 2 of Allotment
- Candidates who had not reported at Allotted Institute after AIPMT 2014 round allotment of seats
- Withdrawn from counseling at Allotted Institute
- Became non-eligible due to change of category
- Candidates who have not opted for up-gradation during round 2
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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