AIPMT 2015 Counselling Round 2 Analysis - closing ranks fall by 800
Govind Kumar, 02 Sep 2015, #NEET
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The second round of AIPMT counselling, which concluded on September 1, reflected a fall in the MBBS cut off rank for both General and OBC category candidates by nearly 800 ranks as compared to the previous year. Earlier, AIPMT 2015 counselling round 1 had also shown a decline by 1000 ranks in the MBBS Cut off rank for General and OBC category candidates.

According to official data, while this year the Cut off rank for General and OBC category candidates stood at 4612 and 4622, respectively, at the end of counselling round 2, last year the cut off for the same was 3805 for General and 3842 for OBC category candidates.

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The graph given below shows the comparative analysis of the cut off for AIPMT 2015 and 2014 in counselling round 2.

 

According to officials, a total of 885 medical seats were allotted and 1248 seats were upgraded in AIPMT 2015 counselling round 2.

 

Candidates who have been allotted seats in Round 2 of Counseling will have to report to their allotted institutes by September 7, 2015 to complete all the admission formalities. The table given below carries some important highlights of AIPMT 2015 Counselling Round 2.

AIPMT 2015 Round 2 Counselling Important Highlights

Number of Medical Seats Allotted in 2nd Round

885

Number of Candidates Did Not Opted for Upgradation

468

Number of Medical Seats Upgraded

1248

No Upgradation Done

749

Number of Medical Seats Cancelled due to non-reporting to respective medical colleges

850

Number of Candidates resigned 

47

Admission of Previous Round Cancelled

12

21 out of 100 AIPMT 2015 toppers did not reported to their allotted medical colleges after the first round of AIPMT 2015

AIPMT 2015 toppers not reported to allotted medical colleges

21 out of 100 AIPMT 2015 toppers did not report to their allotted medical colleges after the first round of AIPMT 2015 counselling.  The graph below shows candidates who had not reported to the most preferred medical colleges despite of allotment to their rank in AIPMT 2015.

 

 

Following candidates were eligible for Round 2 of AIPMT 2015 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 2015 round allotment of seats

  • Withdrawn from counselling at Allotted Institute

  • Became non-eligible due to change of category

  • Candidates who have not opted for up-gradation during round 2

AIPMT 2015 counselling Round 1 started on August 19 and the counselling will continue for two more rounds i.e. 2 and 3. The facility for registration, choice filling and choice locking for counselling Round 1, 2 and 3 was available from August 19 to 21, 2015. Allotment of MBBS and BDS seats has been done only for those candidates who had filled and locked choices within the stipulated dates. As per MCC officials, there will be no fresh choice filling for candidates in Round 3 as the new MBBS/BDS seats have already been approved by the Medical Council of India and added in the counselling seat matrix by the MCC. The result of counselling round 2 is declared on September   3 is scheduled to be declared on September 10, 2015. AIPMT 2015 counselling will finally conclude on September 17 with transfer of vacant MBBS and BDS seats to respective states.

AIPMT 2015 was conducted on July 25 after it was cancelled by the Supreme Court due to paper leak on May 3. According to officials, a total of 374386 candidates appeared in AIPMT 2015 retest out of which 180957 were boys and 193429 were girl’s candidates.

 

Overall, as many as 50,000 candidates qualified the test for counselling process for different medical colleges which fill their capacity on the basis of AIPMT 2015 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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