NEET 2018 - The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), published a revised first round allotment result of NEET 2018 Counselling on June 23, 2018 followed by a final revised allotment list. The NEET 2018 original first allotment list was published on June 22, 2018, but was scrapped the following day, after which these two lists were released. The MCC also released the provisional allotment letters of all candidates on June 23.Related Post -NEET 2019NEET Eligibility Criteria 2019NEET Application Form 2019NEET Admit Card 2019
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The allotment results for MBBS and BDS seats offered under All India Quota, under Insured Persons Quota in ESIC Institutions, under the Internal and Open Quota for Central Universities and for all Deemed Universities can be checked by all the candidates who qualified NEET. Only those candidates who participated in the first round of NEET 2018 counselling and were eligible on the basis of their NEET results have been allotted seats for now.
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Candidates allotted seats in the first round can choose to join the seats and opt for upgradation to ensure they can participate in the second round. Those who do not join will lose their seats and the same seats will be added for the second round counselling.
Candidates who registered for first round but were not allotted a college need not register again but should participate again with fresh choices in the second round. Candidates allotted colleges but not joining can also participate again with fresh choices in the second round but won’t have their first allotted college.
Allotted candidates will be required to report to their colleges between June 23 and July 3, 2018. Candidates not reporting to the colleges will forfeit their seats but will be eligible to participate in the second round of NEET counselling scheduled to begin from July 6, 2018.
Highlights of NEET 2018 First Round Seat Allotment
A total of 12,679 candidates have been allotted seats across all the participating institutes in different quotas under various categories, out of which 10,338 candidates have been allotted MBBS seats and 2341 candidates have been allotted BDS seats.
As per the first round seat allotment of 15% All India Quota seats in Government Medical Colleges through NEET 2018, a majority of the top-ranking candidates opted for admissions to Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, as expected. In the Unreserved category, the last rank allotted for MBBS admissions was 8281 to Tezpur Medical College.
In the Deemed and Central Universities list, the top ranks opted for seats at either Kasturba Medical College, Manipal or Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore.
What’s new in NEET 2018 Counselling?
Unlike last year, the MCC has only released only one single list of all candidates who participated in the Round One counselling through NEET 2018, be it for All India Quota seats, Deemed and Central Seats, DU Internal Quota seats or ESIC seats, across both MBBS and BDS courses.
The 85% State Quota seats of colleges affiliated to Delhi University, ie. Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Hardinge Medical College and University College of Medical Sciences, have also had their counselling conducted by the MCC for the first time this year. These colleges also had their 15% All India Quota seats allotted in the same list.
A second Mop up round was introduced for BDS seats at Deemed and Central Universities as per the initial schedule released by the MCC. However, the same has since been removed and the current available schedule does not reflect the second mop up round so it is unclear whether it will take place.
Among the Central Universities, 50% seats at AMU are open to all candidates (including NRI seats) while 50% will be for Institutional Quota. All the seats at BHU will be open for all candidates. Allotment for the BDS seats at Jamia Millia Islamia took place under the open category, under the Jamia Muslim Quota category, Jamia Muslim Women category and the Jamia Internal Quota category.
Only the first round will have free exit option where candidates can choose not to join their college. Candidates allotted a seat in the second round will lose their deposit amount (of Rs. 10,000 for AIQ and Central University seats and Rs. 2,00,000 for Deemed Universities) if they do not join their allotted seat, or lose their option to withdraw if they do join.
Until last year, the total number of candidates called for the first round of counselling were five times the number of seats available for allotment. This rule has now been abolished and all candidates who have qualified NEET are eligible for the AIQ seats in all rounds and will be considered for admissions until the seats are exhausted.
Andhra Pradesh and Telangana candidates were also eligible and participated for All India Quota counselling this year. Jammu and Kashmir candidates continue to remain ineligible for AIQ seats.
Candidates can check their seat allotment for 15% All India Quota, Deemed and Central Universities and Delhi University colleges in this article. The list of shortlisted candidates for AFMC Pune can also be seen by candidates below.
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Changes between the cancelled first allotment result and the final NEET 2018 first round allotment result
There were no major changes in the final list of NEET 2018 first round seat allotment released on June 23 when compared to the first list released on June 22. The minor updates were -
While the first seat allotment document contained a total of 486 pages detailing the cut off ranks and allotted colleges of candidates, the final document only had 485 pages.
The rank of the last candidate allotted a seat as can be seen in both documents is the same (7,56,774; BDS candidate allotted Management seat in SRM Dental Deemed University) however the serial number has been reduced from 12,683 to 12,679, meaning 4 candidates have been removed in the final list.
The four candidates were initially allotted seats under Delhi University Internal Quota. As per various media reports, the reason for the removal of the DU Internal candidates is because male candidates had been mistakenly allotted seats in the women-only Lady Hardinge Medical College.
The last SC rank for All India Quota MBBS in the initial document was 51,204 but this was updated to 51,117. The college allotted remained the same – Thanjavur Medical College.
Seats available for all candidates through MCC first round counselling in NEET 2018
All India Quota MBBS
All India Quota BDS
Deemed University MBBS
Deemed University BDS
Central University MBBS (Only Open and NRI Seats)
2 (AMU, BHU)
Central University BDS (Only Open and NRI Seats)
3 (AMU, BHU, Jamia Millia)
Seats for which counselling was conducted through MCC first round in NEET 2017
Top 10 college cut offs for All India Quota
Check below the NEET 2018 Counselling first round cut off ranks and marks in the top ten Government medical colleges, shortlisted on the basis of the options chosen by top 50 NEET 2018 rankers -
Maulana Azad Medical College
Seth GS College
Madras Medical College
BJ Medical College, Ahmedabad
Category-wise cut offs for All India Quota MBBS
Check below the NEET 2018 and NEET 2017 Cut offs for MBBS seats through All India Quota after the first round of counselling -
All India Quota cut offs for MBBS
2017 (after first round)
NEET 2017 AIR
NEET 2017 Marks
Tezpur Medical College
Thanjavur Medical College
Rajah Muthiah Medical College
Silchar Medical College
Theni Government Medical College
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Institute of Medical Sciences
Karwar Institute of Medical Sciences, Karwar
North Bengal Medical College
Sh. Lal Bahadur Shastri Govt. Med. College, Mandi
*Denotes Candidate Category, not Allotted Category
Category-wise cut offs for All India Quota BDS
Check below the NEET 2018 and NEET 2017 Cut offs for BDS seats through All India Quota after the first round of counselling -
All India Quota cut offs for BDS
North Bengal Dental College
Rajah Muthiah Dental College and Hos., Annamalai
Tamil Nadu Government Dental College, Chennai
Dental Institute, RIMS, Ranchi
Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Dental Sciences, Imphal
Top 10 college cut offs for Deemed Universities
Check below the NEET 2018 Counselling first round cut off ranks and marks in the top ten Deemed Universities, shorlisted on the basis of the options chosen by the top NEET 2018 rankers -
NRI Seats (or Minority seat as indicated)
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal
Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore
SBKS Med. Inst. and Res. Centre, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Gujarat
3,34,275 (Jain MInority)
Hamdard Inst. of Med. Sciences and Research, New Delhi
MGM Medical College, Aurangabad
Sri Ramachandra Med. College and Res. Inst., Chennai
Aarupadai Veedu Medical College and Hospt., Puducherry
SDU Medical College, Kolar
MM Inst. Med. and Research, Mullana
Santosh Medical College and Hospital, Ghaziabad
BLDE University, Bijapur
Deemed University Cutoffs for MBBS
Check below the NEET 2018 and NEET 2017 Cut offs for MBBS seats in Deemed Universities after the first round of counselling -
2017 (after first Round)
Management/Paid (General category)
Sri Lakshmi Narayana Inst. of Med. Sci., Puducherry
NRI (OBC candidates)
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Univ., Mangalore
Saveetha Medical College, Chennai
NRI (UR candidates)
Vinayaka Missions Medical College and Hospital, Karaikal
Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Host.,
Yenepoya MC, Mangalore
SBKS Med. Inst. and Res. Centre, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth
Deemed University Cutoffs for BDS
Check below the NEET 2018 and NEET 2017 Cut offs for BDS seats in Deemed Universities after the first round of counselling -
BVDU Dental College and Hospital, Sangli
SRM Katt. Dental College and Hospt. Chennai
Saveetha Dental College, Chennai
Dr. DY Patil Dental College and Hosp. Pune
Muslim Minority (OBC candidates)
Yenepoya DC, Mangalore
Muslim Minority (UR candidates)
KM Shah Dental College, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Vadodara
Central University Cutoffs for MBBS
Aligarh Muslim University
Benaras Hindu University
Delhi University Internal Cut off
The 85% State Quota seats (referred to as Internal Quota) in three colleges of Delhi University – Maulana Azad, Lady Hardinge and University College of Medical Science – were also allotted by the MCC and the cut offs for the same can be seen below -
Name of College
DU Open Category
DU Children/Ward of Army Category (General)
NEET 2018 Colleges allotted to toppers
The colleges allotted to the top 50 rankers of NEET after the first round of MCC counselling can be checked in the table below -
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai
Agrawal Krishna Ashish
Ankadala Anirudh Babu
Ramneek Kaur Mahal
Madras Medical College, Chennai
Ritwik Kumar Sahoo
Onteru Venkata Sai HarshaVardhan Reddy
Sahil Sachinbhai Shah
Tanuj Jatin Presswala
Government Medical College, Surat
Gunjan Atul Gattani
Aaditya Vasudev Aggarwal
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi (DU Internal Quota)
Shlok Viral Patel
Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University (BHU Open)
Aadhya Akshay Joshi
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi
University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College, New Delhi
Amitabh Pankaj Chauhan
Lokesh Paras Mandlecha
Government Medical College, Chandigarh
Candidates must note that that since Jammu and Kashmir does not participate in central pool of All India Quota seats, colleges from these states are not included in admissions for All India Quota seats. All the other states are in the process of releasing their respective rank lists and conducting their counselling. NEET Counselling for the All India Quota seats in all colleges and seats from Deemed Universities comes under the ambit of the Directorate General of Health Services while the State Quota seats come under the ambit of the state governments.
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according to latest notifications, admission to MBBS courses and other health science related courses like bams, bhms, bvsc etc in medical colleges across the india including JIPMER and all the AIIMS will be through the common national entrance test NEET from 2020.
so neet is the only gate way to admission in medical colleges for health science related courses.
NEET is the entrance examination for admission to Medical, Dental, AAyush and Veterinary Courses across India. Now NEET score is also the only score considered for admission to AIIMS and JIPMER. In few States, even courses like BPT,BOT and Nursing admissions are also cOnducted through NEET score. So if you are planning on studying any of these courses, it is not possible without NEET.
We do not have 2019 data yet. Neverthless, in 2018 an All India Rank of 240859 secured a score of 265 marks and secured a seat in Tezpur Medical College under ST Plain Category. Now this is 2018 cut off and cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. So for securing a seat in this Category, you should atleast aim for 350 or more marks. This is all under State Quota.
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