NEET 2018 Counselling - After the apex court put a stay on all the court orders, the second seat allotment list for NEET 2018 which was kept in abeyance from July 12 was finally released on August 1 by Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The result was published for candidates who have participated in the counselling process held from July 6 to 9 and also reflects the admission status of students who participated in the round one. The counselling was conducted for 15% All India Quota seats, and for seats available in Central Universities, Deemed Universities, and ESIC Colleges. For the first time, candidates can register themselves for the second round if they have not participated in the round one of counselling. Allotted candidates in the second round of NEET counselling 2018 are required to report to their colleges between August 2 and August 9, 2018.
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Details of MBBS and BDS Seat Allotment – AIQ, Deemed and Central UniversitiesAs per the result of the round two of counselling, a total of 12,679 candidates were allotted seats in government medical and dental colleges, ESIC colleges, and colleges affiliated with Deemed Universities and Central Universities. A total of 15,096 seats were available in the first round of counselling. Out of 12,679 candidates who were allotted seats, 6,064 vacated the allotted seats. The detailed status after the second round of counselling can be checked here.
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Status after Second Round Counselling
1 – 7,56,774
Candidates allotted seats through first round
Candidates who vacated seats after first round
Percentage of seats vacated after first round
Candidates who opted for upgrade of seats
The first seat allotment list was released on June 22 and the candidates who were allotted seats were required to report at the allotted college for document verification from June 23 to July 3. The details of the candidates allotted seats in the first round of counselling are given below.
Status of candidates allotted seats in the first round
Candidates who did not report to allotted colleges
Candidates who reported to their allotted colleges
6,615 (break down below)
Candidates who surrendered their seats
Candidates whose allotted seats were cancelled
Details of the candidates who reported at the allotted college after the first seat allotment.
Candidates who were upgraded in the second round
Candidates who were not upgraded in the second round
Candidates who did not fill fresh choices
Candidates who did not opt for upgradation
Candidates whose seats were retained
NEET 2018 Seat Allotment Total Candidates
New candidates allotted seats through second round
The following insights can be obtained from the second seat allotment-
Out of all the candidates who registered for the counselling process, 12,679 candidates were allotted seats through the first round of counselling. For the first time, candidates who did not report at the allotted colleges were given chance to submit fresh choices in the second round. 5,875 candidates did not report to the allotted colleges and out of these candidates, 1,476 candidates were allotted fresh seats in the second round. The remaining 1,939 candidates did not fill fresh choices and 2,460 candidates were not allotted seats in the second round.
Out of the total candidates who reported at the allotted colleges for document verification, 3,068 candidates opted for participation in the second round for possible upgradation of seats. The highest rank to obtain a seat upgradation was AIR 29 with the candidate obtaining a seat at Lady Hardinge Medical College after NEET Round 1 seat allotment but opting to move to Maulana Azad Medical College through NEET Round 2 seat allotment. Upgradation of candidates was dependent on factors like rank secured, options selected, seats available at selected college options and seats vacated after first round among others.
3,301 candidates did not opt for upgradation and preferred to join the colleges they were allotted in the first round.
The last unreserved rank allotted an MBBS seat under All India Quota after NEET first round seat allotment was 8281 at Tezpur Medical College, Tezpur. The seat was cancelled and made available for Round Two after the candidate did not report for admissions and did not submit fresh choices.
The last unreserved rank allotted an MBBS seat after NEET second round seat allotment is 10,443 at the Mizoram Institute of Medical Education and Research, Falkawn under 15% All India Quota.
The last unreserved rank to secure seats was 13,268 in government dental colleges after NEET 2018 Round 1 Seat Allotment (at Rajah Muthiah Dental College and Hospital, Annamalai) and 17,093 (at Rajah Muthiah Dental College, Annamalai) after NEET Round 2 Seat Allotment.
Out of the 4389 candidates who were allotted seats in the first round of counselling under 15% All India Quota, 2719 candidates vacated the seats. The percentage of candidates who have vacated the seats after the first round of counselling has come down slightly from 66% to 62%. The slight decrease in the percentage of candidates vacating AIQ seats could be that the counselling for all the seats available in Central Universities has been also conducted by MCC this year. The reason for candidates surrendering the AIQ seats is generally they get preferred seat through state counselling, with the top rank candidates opting for AIIMS or JIPMER.
The last unreserved rank to secure seats was 389971 (at Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences, Puducherry) after Round 1 Seat Allotment under management quota while last unreserved rank to secure seats was 453885 (at Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences, Puducherry).
MCC will conduct the mop-round of counselling only for Central and Deemed Universities seats. Candidates allotted seats in the second round of counselling will not be allowed to vacate seats. Once the document verification process is concluded on August 9, seats which have not been filled will be transferred to state quota.
Seats available for all candidates through MCC first round counselling in NEET 2018
Number of Seats Available
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 available for all candidates through MCC second round counselling in NEET 2018
Seats Allotted (Fresh Allotted)
Top 10 college cutoffs for All India Quota
Check below the NEET 2018 Counselling second 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 (eliminating those who did not report to the allotted colleges and did not submit fresh choices)-
Maulana Azad Medical College
Seth GS College, Mumbai
Government Medical College, Surat
BJ Medical College, Ahmedabad
*Denotes Allotted Category, not Candidate Category
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 second round of counselling -
All India Quota cut offs for MBBS
2017 (after second round)
NEET 2018 AIR
NEET 2018 Marks#
NEET 2017 AIR
NEET 2017 Marks#
Mizoram Institute Of Medical Education and Research, Falkawn
Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal
Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal
Thoothukudi Medical College, Thoothukudi
Tezpur Medical College, Tezpur
Thiruvannamalai Medical College, Thiruvannamalai
Government Medical College Siddipet
Silchar Medical College, Silchar
Government Medical College, Mallapuram
Kodagu Institute of Medical Sciences, Kodagu
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Institute of Medical Sciences, Port Blair
Government Medical College, Rajnandgaon
S.N. Medical Cellege, Agra
*Denotes Candidate Category, not Allotted Category
All India Quota cut offs for BDS
NEET 2017 Marks
Rajah Muthiah Dental College and Hospital, Annamalai
ESIC Dental College, Gulbarga
Dental College, RIMS, Imphal
Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Dental Sciences, Imphal
Government Dental College, Kozhikode
RUHS College of Dental Science, Jaipur
IMS BHU Dental, Varanasi, UP
DR. R. Ahmed Dental College & Hospital, Kolkata
Top 10 college cut offs for Deemed Universities
Check below the NEET 2018 Counselling second 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 (candidates who participated in the second round of counselling)-
NRI Seats (or Minority seat as indicated)
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal
Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore
SBKS Medical Institute and Research Centre, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Gujarat
125138 (Jain Minority)
Hamdard Inst. of Med. Sciences and Research, New Delhi
Sri Ramachandra Med. College and Res. Inst., Chennai
Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar
SDU Medical College, Kolar
MM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Mullana
Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Hospital, Bhubaneswar
K.S Hegde Medical Academy, Mangaluru
Deemed University Cutoffs for MBBS
Check below the NEET 2018 and NEET 2017 Cut offs for MBBS seats in Deemed Universities after the second round of counselling -
Management/Paid (General category)
Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences, Puducherry
NRI (OBC candidates)
Saveetha Medical College, Chennai
Aarupadai Veedu Medical College and Hospital, Puducherry
NRI (UR candidates)
B.L.D.E University, Bijapur
Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore
SBKS Med. Inst. and Res. Centre, Vadodara
Deemed University Cutoffs for BDS
Check below the NEET 2018 and NEET 2017 Cut offs for BDS seats in Deemed Universities after the second round of counselling -
Yenepoya Dental College, Yenepoya
VMS Dental College, Salem
SRM Katt. Dental College and Hospt. Chennai
AB Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences, Mangaluru
K M Shah Dental College, Vadodara
Central University Cutoffs for MBBS
Aligarh Muslim University
Benaras Hindu University
Delhi University Internal Cut off
The counselling for 85% State Quota seats of colleges affiliated with Delhi University namely – Maulana Azad, Lady Hardinge and University College of Medical Science – were also allotted by the MCC. Only those candidates who have completed Class 12 from an Institution located in the National Capital Territory were eligible for these seats. The cut offs for these seats can be checked below -
Name of College
DU Open Category
DU Children/Ward of Army Category (General)
NEET Counselling 2018: Mop-Up Round for ESIC colleges, Deemed and Central Universities
The mop-up round of counselling will start from August 16 with MCC inviting applications from interested candidates. The choice filling will be conducted on August 19 and the result will be declared on August 20. Candidates allotted seats in the second round of counselling will not be allowed to resign or leave the seat if they will join the college. After the completion of the mop-round of counselling, the seats will be transferred to respective universities and colleges on August 27, 2018.
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Chemistry- NCERT is enough
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Biology- trumen or any other coaching material along with NCERT.
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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.
Along with your mock test papers take some time out to revise lessons. This should begin after you have completed studying all the lessons. If you are facing difficulty in grasping a certain topic, formula, diagram, etc, prepare a learning aid (like flashcards) and fix it in front of your study table. Do not be overconfident about your preparation and pay attention to the technique applied to crack the question while you’re revising.
Develop your own study technique
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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