NEET Counselling 2018

NEET CounsellingNEET Counselling 2018 – The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has started the mop-up round of counselling on August 16 which was earlier scheduled to start on August 12. The revised schedule can be checked here in this article. The seat matrix for the mop-up round of counselling has been made available. MCC released the result of the second round of counselling on August 1, 2018. The result was released in the form of the seat allotment list and seat allotment letter. The result of the round two of counselling conducted for ESIC colleges has been released separately. The Bombay High Court has earlier directed MCC to release the result in W.P. 3885/2018 and PIL No. 87/2018 was stayed by the Supreme Court. The counselling process was adjourned in accordance with the judgements of Bombay High Court in these two cases. The latest notification on the official website of MCC read, "Result for Round-2 now declared as per directions of Hon'ble Supreme Court in SLP No. 20287/2018." The second round of counselling was scheduled to start on July 20 as Supreme Court stayed the High Court of Madras order according to which 196 marks were to be awarded to candidates who opted for NEET question paper in Tamil language. However, the MCC was again forced to stay the counselling process due to the above-mentioned cases being heard by the Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court.

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The second round of registration, payment, and choice filling for NEET 2018 counselling was started on July 6, 2018. Candidates who registered for the first round did not need to register again, but could submit their fresh choices of colleges. Candidates who did not register could freshly register and make choices. The seats that were left vacant after the first round of NEET 2018 counselling were included in the second round. MCC had released the final result of NEET All India Quota counselling and for Deemed and Central Universities on June 23, 2018. The result was released in the form of seat allotment list and seat allotment letter. The result of first round NEET 2018 counselling was published in online mode in a PDF format.

The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), is conducting the NEET 2018 counselling first round for admissions to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats in Government medical and dental colleges across all states (except J&K), 85% state quota seats in colleges affiliated to Delhi University (Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Hardinge Medical College, University College of Medical Sciences and Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences), 100% seats in Deemed and Central universities (including BDS seats at Jamia Millia Islamia) seats reserved for Wards of Insured Persons (IP quota) in Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) medical colleges and seats at the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune, between June 13 and June 23.

 

To participate in the mop-up round of counselling for Deemed and Central Universities, Click here (for fresh registrations)

 

To participate in the mop-up round of counselling for Deemed and Central Universities, Click here (for already registered candidates)

 

NEET 2018 Counselling Round One Online Resignation

Candidates who wish to resign from the allotted seat after the second round of NEET 2018 seat allotment will have to participate in the online resignation process till August 6, 2018 (03.00 PM). Candidates who do not resign by the aforesaid time will be considered as a part of NEET counselling 2018 (round 2) and the rules of the same will apply. 

 

Check below the notice regarding online reporting of resignation dated August 2 

NEET Counselling Result 2018 - Round 2

MCC has made available the seat allotment list which includes all the candidates who were allotted seats in the first and second round of counselling. The list will reflect the candidates' name, All India Rank, details of allotted quota, college in round one round two. The list will also display whether candidates reported after the first round of counselling to the allotted college. The regulatory body has released the seat allotment list for the nine ESIC colleges separately. MCC has also released the seat allotment letter which can be accessed by entering NEET roll no.  and security pin.

 

To view and download the seat allotment list for round two of NEET counselling 2018, Click here

 

To view and download the seat allotment list for ESIC colleges (round two), Click here 

 

To download the seat allotment letter for round two of NEET counselling 2018, Click here

 

NEET 2018 Counselling - Round 2

The result of NEET counselling round two has been released in online mode. The result was made available after the Supreme Court stayed the Bombay High Court order in PIL No. 87/2018 and Bombay High Court allowed MCC to release the result of round two in Writ Petition 3885/2018. The NEET counselling 2018 result has been declared on August 1 as the judgement of both the cases because of which the counselling was adjourned allows the counselling process to continue.

The second round of counselling was put on hold again on July 20 in accordance with the Bombay High Court Nagpur bench orders. MCC released two official notices regarding the stay on the counselling process which can be checked here. Candidates are advised to keep in touch with the official website of MCC for more information in this regard. The second round of NEET counselling 2018 result was expected to be released on July 20 as Supreme Court stayed Madras High Court orders. However, now the Bombay HC cases have once again stayed the result declaration as well as all other counselling processes.

 

As per the orders of the Madras High Court on July 10, MCC had postponed all the events related to NEET 2018 counselling (including the declaration of the second round result). Madras High Court ordered grace marks of 196 to be awarded to the candidates who had opted the NEET UG 2018 paper in Tamil and demanded CBSE a fresh rank list within two weeks.

 

Earlier, the second round of NEET counselling 2018 started on July 6, 2018. The candidates who had not registered for the first round of counselling of NEET 2018 could also participate in the process of registration, payment and choice filling. The fee for the second round could be paid until July 10 (2.00 PM), while the facility to lock the filled choices was extended till July 9 (11.59 PM). The candidates who have registered for the first round of NEET counselling 2018 and have been allotted a college but opted for choice upgradation or the candidates who had been allotted a college but did not join can participate in the second round of counselling of NEET 2018. The candidates who had been allotted a seat in the first round and joined but did not opt for choice upgradation were not eligible to participate in the second round of NEET counselling 2018.

 

Candidates can view the Bombay High Court notice in W.P. 3885/2018 which allows MCC to announce the result

Candidates can view both the notices released by MCC on July 20 pertaining to the stay on counselling process. Below is the notice passed with regard to WP 3885/2018 -

 

Below is the notice issued by the MCC on July 20 with regard to PIL 87/2018 currently being heard by Bombay High Court (Nagpur Bench) -

Check below for the official notice released by the MCC due to Madras HC order regarding postponing of NEET counselling 2018 (second round) dated July 12 -

 

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To register for the second round of NEET Counselling 2018 - Click here (CLOSED)

 

To participate in the second round of NEET counselling (for already registered candidates) - Click here (CLOSED)

 

NEET 2018 Counselling Round One Online Resignation

Candidates who wished to resign from the allotted seat after the first round of NEET 2018 seat allotment will have to participate in the online resignation process extended till July 6, 2018 (12.00 PM). This includes the candidates allotted seats through the 15% All India Quota in Central and Deemed Universities and candidates allotted seats under the ESIC quota. Candidates also need to obtain the online resignation/seat surrender receipt from the college allotted to them. 

 

Check the notice regarding online reporting of resignation dated July 5 below

 

Check the notice regarding online reporting of resignation dated July 4 below

 

 

 

NEET 2018 Counselling Round One Result

The Medical Counselling Committee had declared the round one final result of NEET 2018 Counselling for All India Quota seats, seats at Deemed and Central Universities and ESIC seats on June 23, 2018. The result has been released in the form of seat allotment list and seat allotment letter. Candidates can check the seat allotment letter by entering their roll no. and security pin. The seat allotment list can be downloaded in pdf format from the link provided here. Earlier today the provisional result was released. The result was initially declared on June 22, 2018, and then removed from the official website. 

 

To download the seat allotment letter for round one - Click here

To download the first round final result of NEET 2018 Counselling released on June 23- Click here

To download the first round result of NEET 2018 Counselling released on June 22- Click Here (Cancelled)

 

The process of seat allotment took place on the MCC server on June 20 and June 21 while the result of NEET first round seat allotment was declared on June 22, 2018. Candidates were then required to report to their allotted colleges between June 23 and July 3, 2018. The second round of AIQ and Deemed and Central Universities' counselling will similarly take place between July 6 and July 22, while a mop up round exclusively for Deemed and Central Universities will be conducted between August 12 and August 26, 2018.

NEET counselling 2018 for the remaining 85% state quota seats (100% in case of J&K) in Government medical and dental colleges and seats in other private and self-financing institutions in all states is conducted by the respective state counselling authorities. Candidates need to register separately with different counselling authorities for participating in the NEET 2018 counselling process. Candidates can check the NEET counselling registration links for NEET 2018 on this page.

NEET was conducted on May 6, 2018. The result of NEET 2018 was earlier declared on June 4, 2018.  Only those candidates who qualify NEET 2018 by scoring the minimum qualifying percentile will be called for counselling of NEET. Candidates will need to score a minimum of 50th percentile (40th percentile for SC/ST/OBC and 45th percentile for General - PH) in order to qualify NEET and become eligible for NEET 2018 counselling and admission.

 

NEET 2018 Counselling Schedule

 

For All India Quota Seats

Events

Dates

Registration and choice filling for first round (STARTED)

June 13, 2018

Last date for registration

June 19, 2018 till 10.00 AM (extended from June 18)

Payment for registration round one

Till June 19, 2018 (12.00 PM)

Choice filling

June 19, 2018 up to 11.00 pm

Choice locking

June 19, 2018 up to 11.00 pm (extended from 5.00 PM)

Processing of seat allotment

June 20 to June 21, 2018

Result of first round counselling

June 22, 2018 (CANCELLED)

Provisional Seat Allotment List

June 23, 2018 at 2.00 PM

Final Seat Allotment List

June 23, 2018 at 5.00 PM

Reporting to allotted colleges

June 23 to July 3, 2018

Registration and choice filling for second round

July 6 to July 8, 2018 (till 5.00 PM)

Payment for registration round two

Till July 9, 2018 (12.00 PM)

Choice locking for second round

July 9, 2018 (10.00 AM to 5.00 PM)

Processing of second round seat allotment

July 10 to July 11, 2018

Seat Allotment List

August 1, 2018

Last date of joining

August 8, 2018

Transfer of vacant AIQ seats to states

August 8, 2018 (6.00 PM)

For Deemed and Central Universities

Events

Dates

Registration and choice filling for first round (STARTED)

June 13

Last date for registration

June 19, 2018 till 10.00 (extended from June 18)

Payment for registration round one

Till June 19, 2018 (12.00 PM)

Choice filling

June 19, 2018 up to 11.00 pm

Choice locking

June 19, 2018 up to 11.00 pm (extended from 5.00 PM)

Processing of seat allotment

June 20 to June 21, 2018

Result of first round counselling

June 22, 2018 (CANCELLED))

Provisional Seat Allotment List

June 23, 2018 at 2.00 PM (RELEASED)

Final Seat Allotment List and Seat Allotment Letter 

June 23, 2018 (RELEASED)

Reporting to allotted colleges

June 23 to July 3, 2018

Registration and choice filling for second round

July 6 to July 8, 2018 (till 5.00 PM)

Payment for registration round two

Till July 9, 2018 (12.00 PM)

Choice locking for second round

July 9, 2018 (10.00 AM to 5.00 PM)

Processing of second round seat allotment

July 10 to July 11, 2018

Result of second round counselling

August 1, 2018

Reporting to allotted colleges

August 8, 2018 (6.00 PM)

Display of seat matrix for mop up round

August 14 to August 15, 2018

Registration and choice filling for mop up round

August 16 to August 18, 2018 (till 5.00 PM)

Payment for mop up round

Till August 18, 2018 (12.00PM)

Choice locking for mop up round

August 19, 2018 (10.00 AM to 5.00 PM)

Processing of mop up seat allotment

August 20, 2018

Result of mop up round counselling

August 20, 2018

Reporting to allotted colleges

August 21 to August 26, 2018

Transfer of vacant seats to Deemed and Central Universities

August 27, 2018

Registration and choice filling for second mop up round (for BDS seats only)

September 1 to September 3, 2018

Choice locking for second mop up round for BDS seats

September 4, 2018

Result of second mop up round of counselling for BDS seats

September 5, 2018

Reporting to allotted dental colleges

September 6 to September 11, 2018

Check the official revised schedule for NEET 2018 All India Quota Counselling and for counselling for Deemed and Central University seats in the image below -

 

 

Check the official schedule for NEET 2018 All India Quota Counselling and for counselling for Deemed and Central University seats in the image below -

 

 

A total of 7,14,562 candidates qualified for NEET counselling 2018. The counselling of NEET 2018 will be conducted by the DGHS for AIQ seats in two rounds and for Deemed and Central universities in three rounds (plus an additional round for BDS seats). The seats which will remain vacant after two rounds of NEET counselling 2018 for AIQ seats will be transferred to the respective state counselling authorities by July 23, 2018.

The DGHS will conduct a NEET 2018 mop up counselling round for Deemed and Central universities from August 12 to August 26, 2018 followed by another mop up round for BDS seats between September 1 and September 11, 2018. Counselling for state quota seats will be conducted by the different state counselling authorities during this same period. 

 

NEET Counselling 2018 Registration

 

To register for counselling to AIQ seats, Deemed/Central University seats, AFMC Pune seats and ESIC seats through NEET 2018, Click Here

 

To login after registration and to proceed with counselling for above seats, Click Here

 

NEET 2018 Counselling for 15% AIQ Seats

The DGHS, on behalf of the MCC, is conducting the counselling for admission to 15% AIQ seats in Government medical and dental colleges of India. All Government medical/dental colleges in India (except those in the state of Jammu & Kashmir) have surrendered 15% of their total MBBS/BDS seats for AIQ on which all candidates who qualify NEET 2018 are eligible to participate. AIQ counselling of NEET 2018 will be conducted in two rounds in online mode.

 

From this year on, the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have joined other states in the provision of 15% of their MBBS/BDS seats of government medical/dental colleges through AIQ counselling conducted by MCC. All candidates (except those belonging to J&K, unless they filled the declaration form which appears at the time of filling NEET application form) who will qualify NEET 2018 by scoring minimum required percentile, will be eligible for AIQ admissions.

 

NEET Counselling 2018 – AIQ Seat Matrix

Along with starting the NEET 15% AIQ Counselling 2018, MCC has released college-wise seat matrix detailing seats available for admission under 15% AIQ in every Government medical/dental colleges across the country. The details of AIQ seat matrix have been published below. This year, 4064 MBBS seats in 193 medical colleges and 329 BDS seats in 35 dental colleges have been made available for the first round counselling of 15% All India Quota. Last year, approximately 3,521 MBBS seats in 159 medical colleges and 299 BDS seats in 24 dental colleges were available under 15% All India Quota. The rise in seats has been primarily attributed to the joining of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in the AIQ admission process.

 

To check AIQ seat matrix for medical colleges, Click Here

 

To check AIQ seat matrix for dental colleges, Click Here

 

NEET AIQ Counselling Procedure

Counselling of NEET 2018 for AIQ seats will be conducted in two rounds in online mode. Given below is the AIQ counselling procedure:

  1. Candidate Registration: Candidates can now register for AIQ first round from June 13, 2018, in online mode. The link to register for AIQ counselling of NEET 2018 has been given above.

  2. Choice Filling and Locking (Round 1): After registration, candidates will have to choose the courses and colleges of their preference and finally lock-in their preferences in the online portal.

  3.  Seat Allotment Result (Round 1): The result of first round of AIQ seat allotment will be published online on the basis of available vacancies and candidate’s choices. Seat allotment result of AIQ first counselling round will also be made available here.

  4. Reporting to college against round one allotment: Candidates who will be allotted a seat in NEET AIQ first counselling round, they will be required to either reject the allotted seat or report to the allotted college and complete the admission formalities, before the last date of reporting to college. Candidates who choose to accept the allotted college in round one will also be eligible to participate in NEET 2018 AIQ counselling second round, provided they express their willingness for the same in the online portal.

  5. New Registration (Round 2): Before the second round of AIQ counselling of NEET 2018 begins, AIQ registration facility will be open for the candidates who couldn’t register in first round of AIQ counselling.

  6. Fresh Choice Filling and Locking (Round 2): Similar to AIQ counselling round one, candidates will be given a chance to enter new choices and prioritize their course and college preference in the portal. Finally, candidates will be required to lock their preferences before the last day of locking preferences.

  7. Seat Allotment Result (Round 2): MCC will then publish the result of seat allotment of second round of AIQ counselling detailing the ranks admitted on AIQ seats and the colleges in which they got admission.

  8. Reporting to college against round two allotment: Candidates who will be allotted and join a seat in second round of 15% AIQ counselling will not be permitted to vacate their seats as per the orders of the Supreme Court of India. Those wishing to leave the seats without joining will forfeit their registration fee of Rs. 10,000.

 

NEET 2018 Counselling - Deemed and Central Universities

MCC, on behalf of DGHS is conducting the counselling for 100% MBBS seats in Deemed and Central universities across India. NEET counselling for Deemed and Central universities for 2018 begun from June 13, 2018, in online mode. The counselling of NEET 2018 for Deemed and Central universities will be conducted in a total of three rounds, with first, second and mop up counselling rounds. However, there will be an additional mop up round only for Dental seats. The seats which will remain vacant after all of these rounds will be sent to respective colleges for final institute-level mop up rounds. To participate in NEET 2018 counselling for Deemed and Central universities, interested candidates who are declared qualified in NEET 2018 will be required to register themselves for counselling through the link given above on this page.

 

Seat Matrix of Deemed and Central Universities

MCC has released college-wise seat matrix of Deemed and Central universities with the start of NEET counselling 2018. The detailed seat matrix of Deemed and Central universities can be seen below -

 

To check seat matrix of medical and dental seats offered by Deemed and Central Universities for the mop-up round of counselling, Click here

 

To check seat matrix of medical seats offered by Deemed Universities through NEET 2018, Click Here

 

To check seat matrix of dental seats offered by Deemed Universities through NEET 2018, Click Here

 

To check seat matrix of medical seats offered by Central Universities through NEET 2018, Click Here

 

To check seat matrix of dental seats offered by Central Universities through NEET 2018, Click Here

 

Deemed and Central Universities Counselling Procedure

The counselling procedure of Deemed and Central universities will proceed same as NEET AIQ counselling mentioned above. The only change in the counselling procedure of Deemed and Central universities is that, instead of two rounds, three rounds are conducted by MCC for NEET counselling of Deemed and Central universities, with first, second and mop up counselling rounds. An additional mop up round for BDS seats will also be held from this year onwards. Some important points about mop up counselling round are given below:

  • In mop up round, all candidates who are registering for the first time, or registered in first or second round of NEET counselling for Deemed and Central universities but were not allotted any seat will be allowed to participate.

  • Candidates who will be allotted a seat in second round, will not be eligible to vacate their seat and participate in the mop up round.

NEET 2018 Counselling for ESI Colleges

MCC, on behalf of DGHS conducts the counselling for MBBS seats reserved for wards (son/daughter) of Insured Persons (IP) in ESI (Employees' State Insurance) colleges. NEET ESIC counselling will also be conducted in two rounds, after which the vacant seats will be transferred to respective colleges. Candidates will need to register for ESI counselling of NEET 2018 to participate in the counselling process through the link given above on this page. In 2017, 332 MBBS and 22 BDS seats were available for wards of insured persons in ESI colleges run under ESI Scheme. The seat matrix or IP quota in ESI colleges has been released for this year and can be seen below -

 

To check seat matrix of ESIC Colleges through NEET 2018, Click Here

 

NEET Counselling 2018 - Documents Required

Candidates will need to bring following original documents at the time of reporting to the college after AIQ/Deemed/Central counselling of NEET 2018.

  • NEET 2018 Admit Card

  • NEET 2018 Rank Letter or NEET Result

  • Class 10 Certificate and Marksheet (for date of birth proof)

  • Class 12 Certificate and Marksheet

  • ID Proof (Aadhaar/PAN/Driving License/Passport)

  • Eight passport size photographs

  • Provisional allotment letter generated online after allotment.

  • Community Certificate (if applicable).

NEET 2018 Counselling Scheme for 15% All India Quota seats

 

 

NEET 2018 Counselling Scheme for Deemed/Central Universities

 

 

About NEET 2018 Counselling Registration Fee and Forfeiture

All candidates will be required to pay two kinds of fee at the time of registering for either All India Quota, Central University Quota and Deemed University Quota. A non-refundable registration fee of Rs. 1000 will be charged from all Unreserved candidates and of Rs. 500 from all SC/ST/OBC/PH candidates intending to participate in All India Quota counselling and Central University counselling. For Deemed Universities, a non-refundable registration fee of Rs. 5,000 will be charged from all candidates. Candidates wishing to participate in both All India Quota and Deemed University counselling will be required to pay the higher non-refundable registration fee of Rs. 5,000. Apart from this, a refundable registration fee will be charged. For All India Quota seats and Central University seats, the same will be Rs. 10,000, while for Deemed Universities, it will be Rs. 2,00,000 as introduced through a Gazette of India notification published by the Medical Council of India (MCI) on May 18, 2018 as per which certain amendments were made to the Regulations on Graduate Medical Education, 1997 (to be now referred as 'Regulations on Graduate Medical Education (Amendment), 2018'). If candidates wish to leave either of these seats without joining, then their refundable registration fees will be forfeited. If they join these seats, their fees will be adjusted against the tuition fee but they will not be able to exit or participate in any other counselling process.

 

Check the Gazette of India notification excerpt from May 19, 2018, below for complete details -

 

NEET 2018 Counselling – Overview

S. No.

Type of NEET Counselling

Counselling Body

1

NEET Counselling for 15% AIQ Seats (except in J&K) in Government medical and dental colleges

DGHS, on behalf of MCC

2

NEET Counselling for 85% State Quota seats in DU colleges (MAMC, LHMC, UCMS)

DGHS, on behalf of MCC

3

NEET Counselling for 100% seats in Deemed and Central Universities including BDS at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

DGHS, on behalf of MCC

4

NEET Counselling for IP Quota seats in ESIC Colleges

DGHS, on behalf of MCC

5

NEET Counselling for Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC)

DGHS, on behalf of MCC and AFMC Pune

6

NEET Counselling for 85% State Quota seats and state private colleges

Respective State Counselling Authorities

NEET State Counselling 2018

NEET 2018 counselling for remaining 85% State Quota seats (100% in case of J&K and none for colleges affiliated to Delhi University) in Government medical/dental colleges and 100% seats in self-financing and private colleges in the states will be conducted by the respective state counselling authorities. After AIQ counselling of NEET gets completed, the counselling for all the states will start.

 

Every state will release its own counselling schedule for NEET 2018 state counselling. As per the orders of Supreme Court of India, every state will conduct a common Centralized counselling for MBBS/BDS admission in its state. Every state counselling authority will release its merit list on the basis of the NEET scores of candidates who register for the state counselling. Candidates can get complete details about the counselling procedure of NEET 2018 state counselling from the table given below.

 

NEET 2018 Admission through State Counselling

NEET 2018 Admissions Through State Counselling

Admission Dates (2018)

Admission Links

Counselling Dates (2018)

Counselling Links

Andhra Pradesh MBBS Admission 2018 

June 20 - June 24

Click here

 June 27 - July 2 for Convenor Quota

Click here

Assam MBBS Admission 2018 

June 22 - July 5

Click here

June 29 - July 5 (First round)

Click here

Bihar MBBS Admission 2018 

June 22 - June 26

Click here

June 29 onwards

Click here 

Chhattisgarh MBBS Admission 2018 

June 18 - June 26

Click here

 First week of July (tentative)

Click here 

Chandigarh MBBS Admission 2018 

June 6 – June 18

Click here

 July 2 (MBBS), July 3 (BDS)

Click here 

Goa MBBS Admission 2018 

March 13 - May 35

Click here

 July 4 (First round)

Click here 

Gujarat MBBS Admission 2018 

June 13 - June 19

Click here

 July 2 - July 4

Click here 

Himachal Pradesh MBBS Admission 2018

June 12 - June 20

Click here

 June 29 - July 5 (First round)

Click here 

Haryana MBBS Admission 2018

June 17 - June 21

Click here

June 24 - June 25 (First round)

Click here 

Jammu and Kashmir MBBS Admission 2018 

June 13 - June 19

Click here

June 26 - July 1 (First round)

Click here 

Jharkhand MBBS Admission 2018

June 23 - June 29

Click here

July 3 - July 4 (First round)  

Click here 

Karnataka MBBS Admission 2018 

June 15 - June 21

Click here

First week of June (tentative)

Click here

Kerala MBBS Admission 2018 

May 7 - May 12

Click here

June 23 - June 29

Click here 

Maharashtra MBBS Admission 2018 

June 7 – June 17

Click here

June 26 - June 29

Click here 

Madhya Pradesh MBBS Admission 2018

June 15 - June 25

Click here

June 27 - June 30 (First round)

Click here 

Manipur MBBS Admission 2018

June 7 - June 20

Click here

July 5 (First round)

Click here 

Odisha MBBS Admission 2018 

June 20 - June 25

Click here

July 1 - July 2 (First round)

Click here 

Punjab MBBS Admission 2018 

June 7 – June 23

Click here

Last week of June (tentative)

Click here 

Rajasthan MBBS Admission 2018 

June 18 - June 27

Click here

June 25 - June 27 (First round)

Click here 

Telangana MBBS Admission 2018 

June 21 - June 26

Click here

First week of July (tentative)

Click here 

Tripura MBBS Admission 2018

June 25 - June 28

Click here

June 29 - June 30 (First round)

Click here 

Tamil Nadu MBBS Admission 2018

June 11 – June 19

Click here

July 1 -July 5 (State Quota)

July 7 - July 10 (Management Quota)

Click here 

Uttarakhand MBBS Admission 2018

June 25 - June 30

Click here

June 30 - July 2 (First round)

Click here

Uttar Pradesh MBBS Admission 2018 

June 20 - June 24

Click here

July 2 - July 5 (First round)

Click here 

West Bengal MBBS Admission 2018 

June 19 - June 24

Click here

June 29 - July 3 (First round)

Click here 

DU MBBS Admission 2018 

June 13 - June 19

Click here

June 13 - June 19 (First round)

Click here 

IPU MBBS Admission 2018

February 19 - June 29

Click here

First week of July (tentative)

Click here 

AFMC MBBS Admission 2018 

June 13 - June 18

Click here

June 25 - July 4 (First round)

Click here 

AMU MBBS Admission 2018 

June 13 - June 18

Click here

June 13 - June 18 (First round)

Click here 

BHU MBBS Admission 2018 

June 13 - June 18

Click here

June 13 - June 18 (First round)  

Click here 

CMC MBBS Admission 2018 

February 21 – March 26, June 5 – June 19

Click here

July 1 - July 10 (First round) 

Click here 

NEET 2018 Counselling - FAQs

To read NEET Counselling 2018 FAQs - Click Here OR read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) of NEET Counselling through the given window below:

 

NEET Cutoff 2018

Candidates who had appeared in NEET 2018 will need to score equal to the minimum required percentile in their respective categories to qualify the exam and become eligible for counselling of NEET conducted by the DGHS and state counselling authorities. NEET 2018 result will also reveal the cutoff score equivalent to NEET qualifying percentile and will also mention category-wise cutoff scores of AIQ. Given below is the minimum qualifying percentile required in NEET 2018.

 

NEET 2018 Cutoff

 

Category

Cut off Percentile

Cutoff score

No. of Candidates

Unreserved

50th Percentile

691 - 119

6,34,897

Other Backward Class (OBC)

40th Percentile

118 - 96

54,653

SC (Scheduled Caste)

40th Percentile

118 - 96

17,209

ST (Scheduled Tribe)

40th Percentile

118 - 96

7,446

Unreserved - PH

45th Percentile

118 - 107

205

OBC - OH

40th Percentile

106 - 96

104

SC - PH

40th Percentile

106 - 96

36

ST - PH

40th Percentile

106 - 96

12

NEET Last Year Cutoff

Category

No of candidates

Marks range

GEN

5,43,473

697-131

OBC

47,382

130- 107

SC

14,599

130- 107

ST

6018

130- 107

GEN & PH

67

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OBC & PH

152

130- 107

SC & PH

38

130-107

ST & PH

10

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sivakumar 5 hours ago

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SivakumarLast Seen: 4 hours 44 min agoJoined on: 04-Jun-2018Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: Class 12

No responce for my mails by entrance corner and career 360.Nearly 200 mails sent to entrance corner and career 360 for my refund amount 5000

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G.Nandita 8 hours ago

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G.NanditaLast Seen: 7 hours 59 min agoJoined on: 29-May-2018Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: Class 12

If I SCORE 300-330 MARKS IN ALLEN TEST SERIES WILL i be able to score 550+ in neet 2019

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SONU DAS 8 hours ago

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SONU DASLast Seen: 7 hours 6 min agoJoined on: 17-Dec-2014Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation
Dear Aspirant,It's good to see you confidence ,It all depends on how you perform on final day of NEET  Examination and difficulty level of paper.Study hard and you will definitely achieve your go...Read More
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Prabhat Ranjan 9 hours ago

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Prabhat RanjanLast Seen: 8 hours 39 min agoJoined on: 17-Aug-2018Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: Class 11

My name is Prabhat Ranjan My DOB -05/09/2003 Can I attend neet 2020 exam Reply me please

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Aditi Garg 8 hours ago

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Aditi GargLast Seen: 8 hours 13 min agoJoined on: 21-Feb-2018Education Interest: MBAEducation Level: Graduate & Above
Hi Prabhat, As per the eligibility criteria of NEET UG, you need to be minimum of 17 years of age and maximum of 25 years. Hence, Since you will be 17 years old during NEET UG 2020, you are eligi...Read More

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sohel tadvi 9 hours ago

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Sohel TadviLast Seen: 16 min 10 sec agoJoined on: 12-Aug-2018Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: Class 12

HOW MANY TIMES WE CAN GIVE NEET EXAM?

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sheetal naik 9 hours ago

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Sheetal NaikLast Seen: 8 hours 14 min agoJoined on: 13-Jun-2018Education Interest: Finance and AccountsEducation Level: Graduate & Above
AS per CBSE NEET website there is no cap for number of attempts.The  three limit rule  no longer applies. Therefore candidates can apply as many times as the upper age limit rule i.e 25 year...Read More

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rose 9 hours ago

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RoseLast Seen: 9 hours 21 min agoJoined on: 16-Mar-2018Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: Class 12

How can I check my state rank for neet 2018.. I am from Delhi ????

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Gunjan verma 9 hours ago

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Gunjan VermaLast Seen: 3 hours 47 min agoJoined on: 17-May-2018Education Interest: Media and JournalismEducation Level: In Graduation

Dear Rose,

You can check you state rank with the help of the link mentioned below.

https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-state-wise-rank-list

Hope it helps.

Good Luck.