BHU NEET Counselling 2020 - Round 1 Result (Out), Seat Matrix, Process
BHU NEET Counselling 2020: The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has started the registration process for round two of BHU NEET counselling 2020, the link to which can be checked below. The registration link is open till 8:00 PM of November 23. After registration, candidates will need to pay the BHU MBBS/BDS counselling registration fee and fill their college and course preferences latest by 11:59 PM on November 23 and 24, respectively. The result for round 2 of BHU MBBS counselling will be released on November 27. Earlier, the authorities released the provisional and final result of Round 1 BHU MBBS counselling at mcc.nic.in. The final result of round one NEET counselling has been uploaded on November 7, 2020, and the provisional seat allotment letter can also be accessed from the below-mentioned link. As per the provisional allotment result 100 students have been allotted seats for BHU MBBS admission 2020. MCC has conducted the BHU MBBS 2020 counselling in the online mode. MCC released the final schedule for BHU NEET counselling along with the round one seat matrix at mcc.nic.in and can be checked from below. There will be three rounds in the counselling sessions of BHU NEET MBBS/BDS 2020, including a mop-round in the end. Candidates who have cleared NEET and are included in the merit list are eligible to participate in BHU MBBS counselling 2020.
Latest: NEET 2020 counselling round 2 registration started - click here
To check the Provisional Seat Allotment Result - Click here
To check the final NEET Counselling Round-1 Result - Click here
To check provisional NEET Counselling Round-1 Result - Click here
MCC has released final NEET 2020 counselling schedule; registration started!
During the BHU NEET counselling rounds, candidates are allotted 84 seats to MBBS and 50 seats to BDS colleges on the basis of their NEET 2020 scores, given preferences, availlability of seats and various other factors. Aspirants must know that the counselling of BHU MBBS 2020 will be conducted along with the participating Deemed/Central Universities, ESIC & AFMC institutes and 15% All India Quota seats. Candidates can read the article below to get a more clear knowledge about the BHU MBBS counselling 2020.
BHU NEET 2020 Counselling Important Dates
In order to avoid missing any important event, candidates can check the important dates related to BHU MBBS/BDS counselling below
BHU MBBS/BDS NEET 2020 Counselling dates - Released
|Round 2||Mop-up round|
October 28 to November 2, 2020, till 3:00 PM
|November 20 to 23, 2020, till 8:00 PM - started||December 10 to 14, 2020, till 3:00 PM|
Choice Filling & locking
October 28 to November 2, 2020, up to 11:59 PM
November 20 to 24, 2020, up to 11:59 PM
|December 11 to 14, 2020, till 11:59 PM|
|Processing of seat allotment||November 3 to 4, 2020||November 25 and 26, 2020||December 15 to 16, 2020|
November 6, 2020
|November 27, 2020||December 17, 2020|
Reporting to allotted colleges
November 7 to 16, 2020
|November 28 to December 8, 2020||December 18 to 26, 2020|
To check the complete NEET 2020 counseling schedule - Click here (Final schedule released)
BHU MBBS Counselling 2020 scheme
There will be four rounds of BHU NEET 2020 counselling i.e. Round 1, Round 2 of AIQ, and Mop-Up Round & Stray Vacancy Round. Out of the four rounds, three rounds will be conducted online by MCC i.e. Round 1, Round 2, and Mop-Up Round. The Stray Vacancy round shall be conducted by BHU for which the list of registered candidates for the Stray Vacancy round will be forwarded by the MCC to BHU.
The reservation policy of the Central Government is followed and the same is applied only on the seats contributed by BHU to AIQ:
- S.C.- 15%
- S.T.- 7.5%
- O.B.C.- 27% (Non-Creamy Layer)
- PwD- 5% Horizontal Reservation
- EWS- 10%
BHU NEET Counselling 2020 Seat Matrix
Candidates can check the total seat intake of BHU MBBS/BDS 2020 from the table below.
BHU MBBS seats matrix 2020 - Round 1
|OBC - PH||1|
|GN - PH||2|
BHU BDS seat matrix 2020 - Round 1
BHU MBBS/BDS seats 2019
BHU NEET Counselling 2020 Procedure
BHU MBBS counselling 2020 will be held in online mode. Below is a detailed procedure that aspirants are required to follow.
Step 1: Registration
In order to be a part of BHU MBBS counselling 2020, aspirants need to register themselves for each round with their NEET 2020 roll no and create a password. The roll number and the created password will be the login credentials for the aspirant. It is advised to change the password at regular intervals for security purposes.
Step 2: Choice Filling and Locking
Candidates with their names included in the BHU NEET merit list 2020 are allowed to give their preferences of courses during the counselling sessions. Candidates are required to lock their choices before the BHU MBBS counselling and are permitted to make changes in their choices during BHU NEET counselling 2020 locking session. In case, no choices will be locked by the candidate till the locking session, the choices made by the candidate will be saved automatically. It is to be noted that aspirants who failed to submit their choices will not be considered for BHU MBBS 2020 admission.
Step 3: BHU NEET seat allotment
The BHU MBBS/BDS seat allotment process is done on the basis of candidate's filled choices, NEET UG rank, number of seats available, reservation criteria and various other factors. Candidates can check the last year’s BHU MBBS NEET seat allotment list in the table below.
BHU NEET 2020 seat allotment result
BHU NEET seat allotment (As per 2019)
After BHU NEET Counselling 2020
After the conclusion of each counselling session, a seat allotment list will be published which will carry the name of the candidates who have successfully secured admission in BHU MBBS 2020. Aspirants are not required to upload any document online but to carry original documents with them.
Date of Birth Certificate
Class 10 Pass Certificate
Class 12 Pass Certificate
Class 12 Marks Sheet
Eight Passport size photograph same as affixed on NEET application form 2020
Provisional allotment letter
Proof of identity
Caste Certificate, if applicable
NRI document for the verification of NRI status, if applicable
Minority status document, if applicable
BHU NEET Counselling 2020 Highlights
Aspirants have the option to choose as many options as they like during the counselling sessions, however, to get BHU NEET MBBS/BDS admission 2020 choosing the Institute of Medical Sciences for MBBS courses and Institute of Medical Sciences Dental for BDS courses is mandatory.
Aspirants are allowed to make changes after submitting their choices, until the choice locking session of BHU MBBS 2020 counselling.
If no changes will be made by the aspirant in the choice submitted, choices made by them earlier will be saved automatically.
Candidates who failed to enter their preferences will not be considered for BHU MBBS 2020 admission.
A seat allotment list will be released by the authority after the counselling session. The list bear the information about the allotted colleges.
Each candidate is required to report to the allotted centre at the given time along with the relevant documents as mentioned above.
BHU NEET Cut off 2020
BHU MBBS 2020 cutoff will define the minimum score needed to be qualified for BHU NEET admission 2020. A seat allotment list will be released which will mention the marks and the corresponding rank of all the aspirants who will be secure admission. BHU MBBS 2020 cutoff will be the last rank and its equivalent score that will appear in the seat allotment list released after the last round of counselling. The cutoff marks is a score that every aspirant is required to secure to get admission to BHU. There are a number of factors that affect the cutoff such as availability of seats, the number of candidates who secured minimum required percentile in NEET 2020, the number of applicants to BHU MBBS 2020 admission, and the difficulty level of the exam.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - BHU NEET Counselling 2020 - Round 1 Result (Out), Seat Matrix, Process
Question: Who conducts the counselling for BHU NEET counselling 2020?
The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) conducts the BHU MBBS 2020 counselling.
Question: In which mode the BHU MBBS/BDS counselling 2020 will be conducted?
The counselling for BHU NEET MBBD/BDS admission 2020 will be conducted in the online mode.
Question: How are many rounds are there in BHU MBBS 2020 counselling?
There will be three rounds in the counselling sessions of BHU MBBS/BDS 2020, including a mop-round in the end.
Question: When will the authority conduct the BHU MBBS 2020 counselling?
The official dates of BHU MBBS/BDS counselling 2020 will be announced by the authority soon.
Question: Is NEET admit card required for BHU MBBS counselling 2020?
Yes, candidates need to carry the admit card of NEET 2020 in the counselling session.
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Questions related to NEET
can i appear for both jee and neet ?
Yes you can give both JEE as well as NEET as long as you do qualify all the eligible conditions put by them and fill up the application form before the last date.
The eligibility condition for NEET is given in the link below:
And for JEE in the link below:
Prepare well and give the exams.
what is the eligibility criteria for neet exam
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Which is more tough neet or jee mains
Both the entrance exams are hugely different.
JEE Main is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to various undergraduate engineering and architecture courses in NITs, IIITs and other CFTIs.
On the other hand the NEET exam is an entrance examination for admission to undergraduate medical courses and dental courses in both government and private medical or dental colleges across the country.
When it comes to the comparison based on the toughness, both the entrance examinations are tough as they are National level exams and the competition is high. But still JEE is a bit tougher than NEET, paper-wise. However, the large competition in NEET and comparatively fewer seats makes it difficult to secure admission in a good medical college.
My suggestion to you would be to find the field which interests you more, and prepare well for it.
2021 neet exam date..........?
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How many % of 12th required to give neet test
For NEET 2021 the eligibility criteria states that the Candidate must have passed Class 12 or equivalent examination with Chemistry, Biology and Physics as mandatory subjects and must have scored a minimum of 50% in aggregate and in each subject too in the case of unreserved category. OBC/ SC/ST candidates must have scored a minimum of 40% while PwD candidates must score at least 45% in the qualifying exam.
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