NEET Counselling 2020: Academic Session Date (Released), Stray round registration (Out), Process
NEET counselling 2020 - MCC has completed the NEET 2020 counselling for 15% All India Quota seats, deemed/central universities. In a latest update, MCC has released the notice that the academic session 2020-21 for MBBS/BDS course will commence from February 2, 2021. The notice regarding the start of the MBBS/BDS academic session has been mentioned below. Earlier AIIMS, Delhi has released the list of the seat allocation for AIIMS MBBS stray round, the link to which is available below. The stray vacancy round of NEET counselling 2020 was conducted by respective institutions for filling of vacant MBBS/BDS seats. MCC released the seat matrix and list of candidates who are eligible to participate in NEET 2020 stray vacancy round. The category wise reporting schedule for stray round of AIIMS MBBS counselling can be checked from the link below. Earlier, authority released a notice for stray vacancy round of NEET 2020 counselling. Eligible candidates were required to register for the stray round of AIIMS NEET counselling latest by January 13, 2021 till 5:00 PM. Earlier, MCC released a notice for candidates who are eligible for NEET 2020 stray vacancy round. According to the notice, such candidates can directly report to the institution for NEET 2020 stray round, with relevant documents.
LATEST UPDATES: To check the stray vacancy seat allocation of AIIMS MBBS - Click here
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To check the notice and seat matrix for stray vacancy round - Click here
To check the candidate list for AMU stray round - Click here
To check the candidate list for DU CW stray round - Click here
To check the candidate list for ESIC stray round - Click here
To check the candidate list for OPEN stray round - Click here
To register for NEET 2020 counselling stray round- Click here
To check notice of stray vacancy round of AIIMS MBBS counselling - Click here
To check the stray vacancy seat matrix for NEET 2020 counseling - Click hereStrayNotice.pdf
To know the guidelines of stray vacancy round of NEET counselling - Click here
Earlier, MCC, on December 17 released the final result for NEET-UG 2020 mop-up round for admission to deemed/central universities, ESIC, AIIMS and JIPMER institutes. As many as 1824 aspirants were selected in NEET mop-up round counselling result 2020. MCC on December 7, 2020 released a notice over circulation of a fake NEET seat allotment letter on the internet, which can be checked below. Earlier, MCC has released a notice regarding the reservation for children of COVID-19 Warriors in medical colleges on November 7, 2020. As per Government's order, candidates belonging to such category will be allotted 5 MBBS seats in 5 medical colleges of different states. MCC concluded the round two of NEET 2020 counselling on December 8. A total of 23,616 candidates have been selected in second round NEET counselling. The authorities announced the first-round NEET 2020 counselling result on November 7 in which 17,777 aspirants were allotted seats. NEET UG counselling is conducted only for NEET UG qualified candidates. Check NEET counselling dates, process and what are the documents required etc. in the article below
Notice regarding postponement of stray vacancy round of AIIMS MBBS counselling - Click here
To download Mop-up round NEET 2020 Counselling Final Result - Click here
To download NEET 2020 Seat Allotment Letter for Mop-up Round - Click here
To download NEET counselling 2020 mop-up round reporting notice- Click here
To download the NEET counselling provisional result for mop-up round - Click here
To register for NEET 2020 counselling mop-up round - Click here
To download the seat matrix for mop up round of NEET counselling - Click here
To check the list of candidates who joined the allotted AIQ seat - Click here
To check the list of vacant AIQ seats - Click here
To check the Notice regarding fake allotement letter - Click here
To check the Notice regarding the changes in Nationality - Click here
To download NEET Final Counselling Result Round-2 - Click here
To download NEET Round-2 Seat Allotment Letter - Click here
To download NEET 2020 Counselling (Provisional) Round-2 Result - Click here
IMPORTANT: To check application form details for Children of COVID Warriors- Click here
Notice for addition of seats in NEET UG counselling 2020 round 2- Click here
Second notice for addition of seats in NEET UG counselling 2020 round 2-Click here
Eligible NRI candidates for NEET 2020 counselling round 2 - Click here
Revised schedule for NEET counselling round 2 released - check the table below
Notice for Internal seats of JIPMER- Check details
To check notice for ESIC Quota candidates- Click here
NEET UG counselling round 1 last date of reporting again extended- Click here
Last date of reporting to allotted college for round 1 extended- Check details
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
To download MCC NEET 2020 Counselling Result Notice - Click here
To check the notice for the restart of NEET 2020 choice filling- Click here
Notice for addition of MBBS seats in Burdwan Medical College- Check details
To check the notice for General instructions for candidates - Click here
To check the list 1 of eligible NRI candidates- Click here
To check the list 2 of eligible NRI candidates- Click here
To check the PwD centre list- Check here
Notice for PwD candidates to obtain disability certificate- Check details
What is the latest update on NEET 2020 Counselling?
January 15, 2021: MCC has released the notice to start the MBBS/BDS academic session for 2020 -21 session from February 2. The notice regarding the same can be checked from below.
January 14, 2021: AIIMS has released the seat allocation result for the AIIMS MBBS Stray vacancy round.
January 13, 2021: AIIMS, Delhi released the list of registered candidates for stray round of AIIMS NEET 2020 counselling. Shortlisted candidates have to report to Community Hall, AIIMS, Delhi for AIIMS MBBS counselling on January 14, 2021. Authority has released the reporting schedule for AIIMS MBBS stray round. Check the reporting schedule of AIIMS NEET-UG counselling from the link available above.
January 12, 2021: AIIMS, Delhi released a notice for eligibility and process of AIIMS MBBS stray round, which can be checked above. Eligible candidates can register for NEET 2020 counselling for AIIMS institutions till January 13, 2021. Candidates whose documents were verified for AIIMS stray round on January 12, 2021, will have to report to Jawaharlal Auditorium, AIIMS Delhi on January 14, 2021, at 12 noon. While newly registered candidates who qualify the AIIMS MBBS stray round cutoff will have to report to Community Hall, AIIMS, Delhi on January 14, 2021, at 9:00 AM. The cutoff of AIIMS NEET 2020 stray round will be released on January 13, 2021, at aiimsexams.org.
January 7, 2021: MCC has released the seat matrix and candidate list for NEET counselling stray vacancy round.
January 5, 2021: MCC released a notice for NEET 2020 stray vacancy round. Candidates already registered are not required to register again for NEET-UG stray vacancy round. Such candidates can directly report to the institute for stray round of NEET 2020 counselling, along with relevant documents. However, candidates who registered for AIQ seats but now wish to register for seats in Deemed Universities have to register again for the NEET 2020 stray vacancy round. MCC also clarified that there will be no choice filling for the stray round of NEET UG counselling, candidates must confirm the vacant seat from the respective institute.
January 4, 2021: MCC has started the registrations for NEET 2020 counselling stray vacancy round Candidates eligible for stray round of NEET 2020 must register till January 6 till noon.
January 2, 2021: MCC has released the schedule for stray vacancy round of NEET UG counselling 2020.
January 1, 2021: AIIMS, Delhi has released the schedule for stray vacancy round for vacant MBBS seats in 19 AIIMS institutions.
December 18, 2020: MCC has started the NEET UG counselling 2020 for the mop-up round. Candidates who were mentioned in the mop-up round result PDF must report to the allotted college till December 26, 2020.
December 17, 2020: NEET counselling mop-up round final result has been announced at mcc.nic.in. A total of 1824 aspirants have been selected for NEET seat allotment process for mop-up round. As per the notice, NEET counselling 2020 result for JIPMER internal seats has not been declared by the order of the Madras High Court, which directed that "the counselling with regard to JIPMER internal shall go on but the final counselling result should await the orders of the court. Therefore the result for JIPMER internal seats is subject to the outcome of the writ petition filed in the court."
December 17, 2020: MCC has released the provisional mop up result of NEET counselling 2020 at mcc.nic.in
December 8, 2020: MCC has released the notification for the candidates who want to change their nationality converted from Indian to NRI at the official website, mcc.nic.in
December 6, 2020: MCC has released a notice regarding reservation for children of COVID 19 warriors. Such candidates will be allotted 5 MBBS seats to the 5 medical colleges of India. Details for the same can be checked from the notice mentioned above.
November 30, 2020: NEET Round-2 counselling final result has been announced along with the seat allotment letter. A link to download NEET allotment list and letter is available above.
November 28, 2020: MCC has announced the provisional round-2 result of NEET counselling 2020 at mcc.nic.in. Through an official notice released, NEET 2020 final seat allotment PDF will be published on November 30. In case of any discrepancy in NEET provisional counselling round 2 result, aspirants can mail at email@example.com till 1:00 PM of November 29, 2020. The final seat allotment letter will also be available with it.
November 27, 2020: NEET counselling authority has delayed the announcement of second round result till November 28, 2020. NEET counselling 2020 round two result will be announced a day later, as per the scheduled date. Check the notice below.
November 20, 2020: MCC has started the registrations for NEET 2020 counselling round. Eligible candidates can register till November 23 up to 08:00 PM, while the choice filling can be done till November 24 up to 11:59 PM.
November 18, 2020: As per the notice released, MCC NEET counselling 2020 round two has been postponed for two days and will begin from November 20. The postponement of NEET-UG counselling has been done due to IP quota seats being included in the seat matrix for round two. Check the notice below.
November 11, 2020: MCC has again extended the last date to report to the allotted college till 02:00 PM of November 16 for NEET UG counselling 2020 round one due to the occasion of Deepawali.
November 7, 2020: MCC extended the last date of reporting to the allotted college for NEET 2020 counselling round one till November 14, 2020. The earlier date was November 12.
November 7:MCC has released the final allotment result for round one NEET 2020 counselling for AIQ seats.
November 6: MCC has announced the result of MCC NEET counselling round one result at mcc.nic.in. Students can send their objections for NEET round one result at firstname.lastname@example.org till November 6, 2020. The final result with NEET allotment letter 2020 will be released on November 7.
NEET 2020 was held on September 13 and again on October 14 (only for Covid+ students who couldn't attend the exam).
NEET Counselling 2020 Registration Started
MCC will start the online registration process for the stray vacancy round counselling of NEET 2020. The stray vacancy seat matrix for 15% AIQ, Deemed, Central Universities, ESIC, AIIMS and JIPMER institutes has been released. The schedule for which can be checked in the table below.
NEET Counselling 2020 - Stray vacancy round dates - Released
|Fresh Registration/Payment for Stray Vacancy Round||January 4 to 6, 2021|
|Reversion of Vacant Seats||January 6, 2021|
|Forwarding the list of students||January 7, 2021|
|Physical Reporting at the Institutes||January 7 to 15, 2021|
|Start of Session for UG Courses||February 2, 2021|
NEET Counselling Dates 2020 - Final Schedule Released
|Round 2||Mop-up round|
October 28 to November 2, 2020, till 3:00 PM
November 20 to November 23, 2020, till 8:00 PM
|December 10 to 14, 2020, till 3:00 PM|
Choice Filling & locking
October 28 to November 2, 2020
November 20 to November 24, 2020, till 11:59 PM
|December 11 to 14, 2020, till 11:59 PM|
|Processing of seat allotment||November 3 to 5, 2020|
November 25 to 26, 2020
|December 15 to 16, 2020|
|Provisional result||November 6, 2020||November 28, 2020||-|
November 7, 2020
November 30, 2020
|December 17, 2020|
Reporting to allotted colleges
November 7 to 16, 2020 up to 02:00 PM
November 28 to December 8, 2020
|December 18 to 26, 2020|
To check the complete NEET 2020 counseling schedule - Click here (Final schedule released)
MCC counselling 2020 - AIQ Seat matrix
DHGS on behalf of MCC has published the seat matrix for NEET 2020 counselling for round one. The seat matrix has been released separately for MBBS, BDS, AIQ seats in Central University, Deemed University and seats offered in ESIC institutes. The seat matrix for MCC NEET counselling 2020 can be checked in the table below.
NEET counselling seat matrix 2020 - Released
|Counselling||Seat matrix round -1||Seat matrix round-2||Seat matrix mop-up round|
|AIQ seat matrix for medical colleges||Click here||To be available||To be available|
|AIQ seat matrix for dental colleges||Click here||To be available||To be available|
|Central MBBS seats||Click here||To be available||To be available|
|Central BDS seats||Click here||To be available||To be available|
|Deemed MBBS seats||Click here||To be available||To be available|
|Deemed BDS seats||Click here||To be available||To be available|
|AIIMS MBBS||Click here||To be available||To be available|
|JIPMER MBBS||Click here||To be available||To be available|
To check Institute Wise Seats - Click here
AIQ seat matrix (2019)
Seat Matrix Round-1
Seat Matrix Round-2
Seat matrix Mop-up round
AIQ seat matrix for medical colleges
No Mop Up Round
AIQ seat matrix for dental colleges
No Mop Up Round
Medical seats offered by Central Universities
Dental seats offered by Central Universities
Medical seats in Deemed Universities
Dental seats in Deemed Universities
MBBS seats in ESIC
BDS seats in ESIC
Know the NEET 2020 counselling scheme for 15% AIQ
Authorities will conduct two rounds of AIQ online counseling i.e. Round 1 and Round 2. All candidates who have qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank obtained in NEET UG result 2020, except the Union Territory of J&K will be eligible. The rank letter/NEET 2020 result can be downloaded from the NTA website, ntaresults.nic.in. The NEET cutoff rank of eligible candidates will also be available on the MCC website (www.mcc.nic.in). The seats remaining vacant after round 2 NEET 2020 counselling of AIQ shall be sent back to the respective states.
NEET counselling 2020: AIQ includes -
- 15% MBBS/BDS Seats of States
- 100% MBBS/BDS Seats of BHU
- 100% MBBS Seats of AIIMS across India
- All India Quota of JIPMER (Puducherry/ Karaikal)
- All India Quota seats of AMU/ DU/ VMMC/ ABVIMS
- All India Quota Seats of Faculty of Dentistry (Jamia Milia Islamia)
- All India Quota Seats of ESIC
To Read the complete NEET 2020 counselling scheme - Click here
NEET 2020 counselling scheme
|100% Deemed University|
|AIIMS and JIPMER|
When will NEET 2020 counselling start? Check Important Dates
In order to keep updated with the NEET counselling date 2020, aspirants are advised to check the table mentioned below.
What is NEET Counselling 2020?
Admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in the country is through the MCC counselling process on basis of NEET UG scores. Candidates who qualify NEET exam are eligible to apply for admissions to these medical courses. NTA NEET counselling is of two types- All India and State. NEET UG counselling process is for the following seats
1. MCC Counselling for All India Quota Seats: Admissions to 15% seats in all Government medical and dental colleges, all seats of Deemed Universities/Central Universities/Seats of Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) & AFMC including Delhi University (DU), BHU, AMU, and AIIMS & JIPMER will be through the AIQ NEET 2020 counselling process. It is to be noted that J & K is not part of this process.
2. NEET UG Counselling for State Quota seats: Admissions to 85% of the seats in Government colleges of the state, all seats in private unaided/aided minority /non-minority medical/ dental colleges in the state will be through the state NEET counselling 2020 process.
NEET Counselling 2020: NRI Quota guidelines
Aspirants seeking to change their nationality category to NRI were rewuired to follow the below-mentioned guidelines. In support of their claim for change of Nationality from Indian/Other to NRI, aspirants had to mail their relevant documents as mentioned below at email@example.com by 10 am on October 23, 2020.
List of documents which need to be sent:-
- A document claiming that the sponsorer is an NRI (Passport, Visa of the sponsorer)
- Relationship of NRI with the candidate as per the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India order dated August 22, 2020.
- An affidavit from the sponsorer that he/she will sponsor the entire course fee of the candidate
- Embassy certificate of the sponsorer
- NEET Score Card of the candidate
To read the full notice regarding NRI guidelines for NEET 2020 counselling - Click here
NEET UG counselling 2020 - An Overview
AIQ- by Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) for the National Medical Council
State Quota - respective state authorities
Official NEET Counselling Website
State Quota - given in the table below on this page
Seat Intake for NEET 2020 Counselling
AIQ - 15% of Govt Seats, 100% of Deemed and Central University seats, ESIC, AFMC, AIIMs and JIPMER seats
State Quota - 85% of Govt seats, 100% of private seats of the state
What is the eligibility criteria for NEET counselling 2020?
Only NEET 2020 qualified candidates are eligible to apply for NEET 2020 counselling.
Jammu and Kashmir candidates will not be eligible to participate in All India NEET counselling unless they give their assent.
Candidates who have registered on MCC website for NEET 2020 counselling
All NEET qualified candidates are eligible to participate in the AIQ counselling for Deemed Universities.
NEET Counselling 2020- Central University Eligibility Criteria
1) Delhi University (LHMC, UCMS, MAMC): - 15% seats for All India Quota & 85% institutional quota seats for candidates who have passed their 10+2 in Delhi.
2) Aligarh Muslim University (AMU):- 50% Institutional reservation for the AMU school candidates studying there for the last 3 years. Rest of the 50% of seats to All India candidates.
3) BHU:- Open to All India candidates
4) Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi: 3 BDS seats under the internal quota of JMI and 47 seats are open to All India quota candidates. Students who have passed their 10+ 2 from Jamia Schools can apply for internal quota.
5) VMMC & SJH : 15% seats for All India and rest as Institute Quota for students who have passed their 10+2 from Delhi.
NEET Counselling Process
The round two registration process for MCC counselling through NEET-UG will on November 18, 2020, for the AIQ seats. The round one registrations were conducted from October 17 to November 2. There are two rounds of counselling followed by mop-up round for Deemed/ Central Universities/Central Institutes. The step by step process is as follows
Step 1: Registration including payment
Step 2: Choice filling and locking for NEET 2020 counselling
Step 3: Seat allotment for round 1 and result publication
Step 4: Reporting at the allotted Medical/Dental College (free entry/exit option available)
Step 5: Publication of net vacant seats for round 2
Step 6: Registration (not required for already registered candidates) & fresh choice filling for NEET counselling round 2
Step 7: Seat allotment round 2 (exit with forfeiture of security amount option available)
Step 8: Reporting at the Medical / Dental Colleges /Institutions against round 2 (candidates once joined the allotted seat are not allowed to vacate the seat).
Step by Step NEET 2020 Counselling Process in Detail
Step 1: Registration for NEET counselling - Qualified and eligible candidates must register at mcc.nic.in. They must fill their NEET roll number, registration number, name, mother’s name, and date of birth. The next step is to pay the NEET counselling fee and security fee by Credit/Debit card or internet banking.
NEET 2020 counselling fee
|Security Fee |
15% AIQ/ Central Universities
|Rs. 5000||Rs. 2,00,000|
Step 2: Choice filling for NEET counselling - One of the big questions is how to fill choices in NEET counselling 2020? The answer is simple. Candidates must make a dummy sheet and put in their dream choices of colleges. They can use the NEET college predictor to know their chances as per past data and add those choices in. This list will be the basis of their choice filling for NEET counselling process 2020.
Step 3: NEET Seat Allotment - Once this is declared, candidates must login and download their seat allotment letter. In the first round, free exit is available while in the second round, exit with forfeiture is available.
Step 4: Reporting to the Allotted College - A candidate must report at the designated college to complete the admission formalities after the seat allotment. It is not mandatory to join or report in the first round. However, candidates wishing to take the seat or upgrade to a higher choice must join and report. In the second round, however, seat allotment must be followed by reporting and joining unless candidates opt for the exit with forfeiture where they lose their security deposit. While reporting to the allotted college, candidates must submit the original copies of the specified documents.
What are the documents for NEET counselling 2020?
NEET Scorecard or Rank Letter
Class 10 certificate and mark sheet (for date of birth)
Class 12 certificate and mark sheet
ID proof (Aadhar/PAN Card/Driving License/Passport)
Eight passport size photographs
Provisional Allotment Letter
Caste Certificate (if applicable)
PwD Certificate (if applicable)
NRI/ OCI candidates appearing for Deemed Universities must submit the following documents
- Passport copy of sponsored, embassy certificate
- Sponsorship affidavit (stating that sponsorer is ready to bear the expenses for the whole duration of study)
- Relationship Affidavit (Relation of Candidate with the sponsorer)
NEET Counselling 2020 - What is Free Exit and Exit with Forfeiture?
Free Exit (only for round 1) - If a candidate allotted a seat in round 1 does not report/join the allotted college, he/she would not be penalized (security deposit will not be forfeited ). Such candidates will be eligible for subsequent rounds.
Exit with forfeiture - If a candidate is allotted a seat in round 2 and does not want to join the allotted seat he/she can still exit with forfeiture (losing security amount deposited) within the given time period.
Candidates who have joined the allotted seat in the second round would not be eligible for resigning/surrender of the seat and will not be allowed to participate in state counselling either..
NEET 2020 Counselling - Mop Up Round for Deemed/ Central Universities/Central Institute
Step 1: Fresh Registration for Mop up Round (not required for earlier resigned candidates)
Step 2: Choice Filling/ Choice Locking
Step 3: Seat Allotment for NEET counselling Mop Up Round.
Step 4: Result Publication
Step 5: Reporting at the Allotted Medical/ Dental College
Step 6: List of ten times (of the registered candidates) of number of Stray vacancies to be sent to Deemed / Central Universities to be exhausted strictly in order of merit.
Step 7: Final Stray Vacancy Round to be conducted by Deemed/ Central Universities (There will be no Fresh Registration of candidates in Final Stray Vacancy Round)
NEET Counselling 2020 - State Quota
The remaining 85% seats in government medical colleges, 100% seats of state private medical colleges will be filled by respective state authorities. Each state will have its own NEET counselling process. Admission in MBBS in government colleges and admission to private medical colleges will be governed by the state rules for the state NEET counselling process. Use the links given below to check the respective state NEET 2020 counselling process with direct links to apply.
State/ Institute NEET UG 2020 Counselling
|AP NEET Counselling 2020||IPU NEET 2020 counselling|
NTA has declared the category wise qualifying NEET 2020 cutoff with the result. A table for the same has been provided below.
NEET Cutoff Details
|Category||Cutoff percentile||Cutoff score|
Number of candidates
|UR & PH||45th Percentile||146-129||99|
|OBC & PH||40th Percentile||128-113||233|
|SC & PH||40th Percentile||128-113||70|
|ST & PH||40th Percentile||128-113||18|
Top Medical Colleges - Cutoff & Fee
Name of Medical Colleges
|MBBS fee (in Rs)|
MCC Call Centre Details for NEET Counselling
Phone No. : 0120-4073500
Toll Free Number : 1800 102 7637
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET Counselling 2020: Academic Session Date (Released), Stray round registration (Out), Process
Question: What is the latest update on NEET 2020 Counselling?
As per the latest update on NEET UG 2020 counselling process, DGHS on behalf of MCC has declared mop-up round result of counselling of NEET 2020 on December 17.
Question: How medical admission under 15% AIQ seats granted through NEET 2020 counselling process?
The authorities grant admission under 15% AIQ on the basis of released NEET 2020 scores.
Question: When will NEET 2020 counselling start for 85% state Quota seats?
The counselling for 85% State Quota Seats has commenced for states such as Goa, Bihar, HP, Puducherry, Punjab etc.
Question: What are the documents required to register for NTA NEET counselling 2020?
Candidates will not be required to upload any documents at the time of registration.
Question: Is it necessary to lock the filled up choices in NEET counselling 2020?
Yes, candidates should lock the choices once they have chosen. If any candidate fails to do so, then the saved choices will automatically get locked after the assigned date.
Question: If a candidate is allotted a seat in round one but do not join the college then will s/he be considered eligible for the next round?
If a candidate is allotted a seat in the round 1 of NEET counselling 2020 then s/he will be given a 'choice' to join the allotted college. Candidates who will not report or join the allotted college will also be considered eligible for round 2.
Question: What are the documents required for ntaneet.nic.in NEET counselling 2020 at the time of reporting?
The list of all the documents to be carried by the candidate at the time of reporting are mentioned in the article above.
Question: Will children of COVID 19 warriors will get reservation in NEET 2020?
Yes, as per Government's order, 5 MBBS seats will be reserved for children of COVID warriors in 5 medical colleges of India which are Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, MGMS, Wardha, Maharashtra, NSCB Medical College, Jabalpur, MP, JLN Medical College, Ajmer, Rajasthan and Govt. Medical College, Haldwani, Uttarakhand.
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Questions related to NEET
if i am in class 12 in 2021 can i fill application form for neet and give exam of neet2021. if yes what things i needed for neet application form
NEET UG 2021 eligibility criteria is the set of norms prescribed by the conducting authority, i.e. the National Testing Agency (NTA).
You can apply for NEET if you fulfill the age criteria. The lower age limit for candidates aspiring for NEET 2021 should be 17 years as on December 31 of the admission year, i.e., 2021.
Educational qualification are-
- Candidates must have completed their 12th standard or any equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-Technology with English from CBSE or any other state board.
- Appearing candidates who are already in 12th standard can also apply for NEET, but they will have to show their passing certificates with the required percentage to take admission in medical and dental courses.
To register for NEET you have to do following things
- To register for NEET 2021, go to the official website of ntaneet.nic.in
- In the current events section, click on "New Registration"
- Read the instructions carefully
- Confirm that you have read all the instructions by marking the checkbox at the end of the page
- Now click on "proceed to apply online NEET (UG) 2021"
- A new Registration form will open
- Enter the following details
- Candidate's name
- Mother's name
- Father's name
- Person with Disability
- Disability details
- Date of birth
- Select identification type and number that is either Mobile Number,Email Id, Security pin.
- Check the details that you have entered
- Now select "Preview and Next"
- Check the details mentioned on the prefilled NEET registration form
- Click "Next" to proceed
- Create a password
- Choose a security question and answer
- Click on "OTP Verification"
- You will receive a 6-digit OTP on your registered email Id/ mobile number
- Enter the OTP and submit the registration form
- A provisional NEET application number is generated
- Note down this number for future reference
You can refer to this link for more information.
Hope this helps!!!
when will registration form for NEET exam 2021 will be released
As of now there has been no notification issued by the NTA regarding the NEET exam dates. But due to the COVID, this caused the postponements in the release of NEET 2021 exam date. However it will release the exam dates of NEET 2021 soon along with the official brochure on the official website ntaneet.nic.in
Please refer to the following link for more details:
how many marks crack the neet for mbbs in no.1 college
Hello student ,
If you want to get top mbbs college then i will suggest you to aim for 650+ marks in the NEET exam. Further 550+ marks in the NEET examination will help you to get seat in government medical colleges through state quota and for admission through the All India Quota, and 600+ marks in the exam and to get a seat in top medical colleges of the country through AIQ .
Hope it helps !
what if i score a good rank in eamcet but could not clear NEET . Am i still eligible to become a doctor? ........
Through AP EAMCET only following courses are referred:-
*B.Tech (Dairy Technology),
*B.Tech (Agri. Engg),
*B.Tech (Food Science and Technology)
*B.Sc. ( Ag)
*B.Sc. ( Hort)
* B.V.Sc. & A.H
*B.Pharmcy and Pharma. D
You can check the same at its official page the link is provided below
So, yes you can become a doctor but veterinary doctor through AP EAMCET by doing B.V.Sc. & A.H and as veterinary doctor you will be able to only treat animals and not humans.
If you want to become a doctor and treat humans by doing MBBS etc then there is no option other than Neet and if you fail to qualify Neet examination you cannot get admission in any medical college be it government or private and thus cannot become a doctor without Neet examination.
So, I would suggest you to be optimistic for now , don't have negative thoughts that you won't be able to qualify Neet or you will fail in NEET, just use the remaining time for studies, you should focus on your neet preparation following the below tips :-
*Go well through NCERT and master it
*Make routine or timetable :- your routine should revolve around 3 things i.e study, revise and practice
*After finishing each chapter you should practice questions, you should practise at least 80 to 100 numericals / mcqs in Each chapter
*Solve previous year NEET questions
*Once done with complete syllabus, go through NEET mock test papers
And don't worry, you still have time and can definitely crack Neet examination and can get into MBBS as well.
You can prepare well using our neet program for which link is provided below
If you have any other doubt then feel free to ask them :) we are always available to help you out and guide you
can you prefer best books for my neet preparation??
Some of the best books for neet preparation are as follows:
NCERT Physics Class XI & Class XII
Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma
Objective Physics By DC Pandey
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
NCERT Chemistry for Class XI and XII
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
Dinesh Chemistry Guide
Practise books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic) and N Awasthi (Physical)
NCERT Biology Class XI and Class XII
Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman
Objective Biology by Dinesh
Objective Botany by Ansari
Pradeep Guide on Biology
GR Bathla publications for Biology