NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs - All India Quota, State Quota & Others
NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs - Candidates who appeared and qualify the medical UG entrance test should know the counselling process of NEET 2020 for medical admission. It has been a trend that NEET counselling has always been complex and with the merger of AIIMS and JIPMER with NEET the process is sure to get all the more complicated. Aspirants have various queries related to NEET counselling registration 2020 along with the schedule details. Amongst this confusion medical aspirants must be seeking answers to the various questions related to the NEET 2020 counselling . Aspirants must note that through the NEET counselling process the authorities will grant admission to 80,055 MBBS, 26,949 BDS, 52,720 AYUSH and 525 BVSc & AH seats offered in respective colleges. Thus, it is very important that they know all the FAQs of NEET counselling and their answers. The registration for NEET counselling 2020 has commenced from October 28, which was earlier to start from October 28. NTA successfully conducted NEET 2020 on September 13, in pen-paper mode in 155 cities across the nation. In this article titled ‘NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs’ medical aspirants can look for answers to all their doubts and queries related to admission procedure.
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NEET 2020 - Highlights
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
National Testing Agency (NTA)
Level of examination
Category of examination
10+2 (or equivalent) with PCB
Date and mode of exam
September 13, 2020 in pen paper mode
Scope of exam
Admission of candidates to
NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs
NEET is the biggest medical entrance examination in the country and the counselling process of the same is very complex and in manifolds. Thus, medical aspirants have many doubts in mind, hence Careers360 brings to you FAQs of the counselling of NEET. Aspirants are advised to go through the same to solve any doubt they have regarding NEET counselling 2020 and its different aspects.
NEET Counselling FAQs 2020 - General
Question: When will counselling start for NEET 2020?
Answer: Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) will commence the NEET 2020 counselling process from October 28 for admissions to the All India Quota seats. The counselling for NEET 2020 for the states medical UG admission have already started with Goa, Puducherry, DU etc.
Question: Who will conduct NEET 2020 counselling for medical and dental colleges?
Answer: For details regarding names of authorities who are responsible for conducting NEET UG 2020 counselling candidates are required to refer to the table below. Aspirants must note that NEET 2020 counselling dates are set and notified by the respective counselling body which are mentioned below for their respective counselling.
NEET 2020 - Counselling authorities
Type of NEET Counselling
NEET Counselling for 15% AIQ Seats (except in Jammu & Kashmir) in Government medical and dental colleges
DGHS, on behalf of MCC
NEET Counselling for 85% State Quota seats in DU colleges (MAMC, LHMC, UCMS)
DGHS, on behalf of MCC
NEET Counselling for all the seats in Central and Deemed Universities including BDS at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
DGHS, on behalf of MCC
NEET Counselling for IP Quota seats in ESIC Colleges
Reservations cancelled seats added to AIQ
NEET Counselling for Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC)
DGHS, on behalf of MCC and AFMC Pune
NEET Counselling for 85% State Quota seats (all the seats in case of Jammu & Kashmir) and state private colleges
Respective State Counselling Authorities
Question: Who will conduct counselling for state quota seats and private colleges?
Answer: Respective state counselling authorities will conduct counselling for 85% state quota seats (100% in case of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir) and private colleges of the state.
Question: In which mode will the counselling of NEET 2020 be conducted?
Answer: The counselling of NEET 2020 will be conducted in online as well as offline mode. It depends on the central and state counselling authorities. NEET 2020 counselling in online mode candidates will have to participate in an online choice filling procedure. Candidates will have to report to the respective counselling venue for counselling.
NEET 2020 counselling FAQs: Eligibility
Question: Who can participate in counselling for 15% AIQ seats?
Answer: The counselling for 15% AIQ seats are open to all and can be opted for by all candidates who qualify the national level medical entrance examination by securing NEET cutoff 2020. However, candidates belonging to the state of Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for the 15% AIQ seats.
Question: What will the counselling process for admission to AIIMS and JIPMER be?
Answer: According to the information bulletin of NEET 2020, the admission process to the 15 AIIMS institutes and 2 of JIPMER institutes for undergraduate courses will be done on the basis of scores obtained in NEET result. Medical aspirants will be required to register themselves on the official website of MCC for enrolling into the aforementioned institutes.
Question: What is the eligibility criteria for ESIC counselling?
Answer: Medical aspirants seeking admission to medical colleges through NEET 2020 must note that the authorities have cancelled reservations of seats kept aside for sons and daughters of Insured persons of ESI. This will be effective from the academic year 2020-21.
Question: What is the eligibility criteria for admission to AFMS?
Answer: The candidates seeking admission to AFMS will have to register themselves with MCC. While registering for the same aspirants will have to express their willingness for admission to the aforementioned institute. After MCC receives registration from such candidates, a list having names of them will be sent to AFMS for offline counselling to be conducted by the latter.
Question: Who is eligible for Central Universities counselling?
Answer: The points below, mention in detail, the eligibility criteria for each of the Central Universities:
Delhi University - From the university 15% of the seats will be contributed to AIQ and for the rest 85% seats, candidates who have studied eleventh and twelfth from Delhi will be eligible for institutional quota
Banaras Hindu University (BHU) - All aspirants who are eligible to participate in NEET 2020 entrance exam will be eligible to participate in BHU counselling
Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) - In this university there will be 50% Institutional reservations for such candidates who have done a minimum of 3 years schooling from the institution. The remaining 50% seats will be reserved for all those candidates who qualify NEET 2020
Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi - In JMI, a total of 3 BDS seats fall under internal quota and the remaining 47 seats are open to all category-wise
VMMC and SJH - In this institute 15% + AIR seats of the Institution quota are reserved for AIQ. The remaining seats are reserved for those candidates who have completed their 11th and 12th from institutions based in the state of Delhi
Question: How many rounds of counselling will be conducted for Deemed and Central Universities?
Answer: The authorities will conduct two rounds of counselling followed by a mop-up round for Deemed/Central if seats remain vacant. In case there are vacant seats left after the mop-up round of NEET UG counselling 2020, these will be filled through a stray vacancy round. For this the authorities will send a list of candidates ten times the number of vacant seats to the respective authorities of the institutes.
Question: Is there any institute for which DGHS will conduct the counselling for 85% state quota seats?
Answer: Yes, DGHS on behalf of MCC will conduct counselling for the 85% state quota seats offered in the institutes of Delhi University. For this the domicile conditions of the candidates will be taken into preference.
Question: Will I be eligible to participate in the state counselling, if a seat is allotted to me in the second round of counselling conducted by MCC on behalf of DGHS?
Answer: In case you have not joined the college allotted to you in NEET 2020 counselling, you will be eligible for participating in the state counselling, but for this the authorities will forfeit the security money. In case the candidate joins the allotted college, he/she will not be eligible to exit or surrender from the counselling of NEET 2020. Also, such candidates will not be allowed to take part in the further rounds of NEET counselling 2020. To make sure this is done, the authorities will forward names of candidates who have joined an institute in the respective round of counselling, prohibiting them to participate in the subsequent rounds.
NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs: Reservation
Question: Do Deemed Universities offer reservations?
Answer: Candidates must note that there is no reservation for SC/ST/OBC in the Deemed Universities nationwide.
Question: What is the percentage of reservations under the PwD category?
Answer: Such candidates who fall under the PwD category must note that reservation of seats under PwD category have been increased from 3% to 5% in the AIQ Central Universities. Medical aspirants will have to produce a Disability Certificate from one of the assessment boards of Disability. These boards have been constituted in four metro cities details of which have been given in the points that follow.
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi
All India Institute of Physical Medicine and rehabilitation (for Locomotor Disability only), Mumbai
Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, Kolkata
Madras Medical College, Chennai
Grant Government Medical College, J.J Hospital Compound, Mumbai
Goa Medical College, Goa
Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
SMS Medical College, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh
Government Medical College, Agartala, State Disability Board, Agartala
NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs: AIQ Rank v/s AIR
Question: What is meant by All India Rank (AIR) in the counselling of NEET?
Answer: The All India Rank of a candidate is the overall rank on all India basis among qualified candidates of NEET 2020. We can also say that AIR is the combined rank of candidates who belong to reserved and open categories. Candidates must know that if they have qualified the examination, then under no circumstance will they not be given an AIR in NEET 2020 result.
Question: What is the meaning of All India Quota (AIQ) Rank?
Answer: The AIQ rank does not include ranks of candidates hailing from Jammu & Kashmir. This rank will be provided to candidates who are participating in the NEET 2020 counselling for AIQ seats.
NEET counselling 2020 FAQs: Seat Allotment Process
Question: What is the detailed NEET seat allotment process?
Answer: In the points that follow medical aspirants can check for the detailed seat allotment process of NEET 2020
Firstly, medical aspirants will have to register themselves for the counselling of NEET and make payment for the counselling fee
Next, candidates will have to fill and lock choices of college and course on the basis of their preferences
Then the authorities will publish seat allotment for the first round of NEET counselling 2020
Such candidates who have been allotted a seat will have to report at the allotted college for document verification and completion of admission process. Here, medical aspirants will also have free entry/exit option details of which are provided below
The authorities will then publish the seat matrix of vacant seats college wise following which registrations for the second round of NEET 2020 counselling will begin. All those candidates who have already registered themselves need not register again. Such candidates will only have to re-arrange or shuffle their choices if required
Next, the authorities will publish seat allotment for round 2 of counselling of NEET. Here also candidates will be allowed to exit but only after forfeiture of security money
Finally candidates will have to report to the allotted colleges. It must be noted that such candidates who join the college at this stage will not be allowed to vacate the seat under any circumstances
The authorities will conduct only two rounds of NEET counselling 2020 for AIQ seats and no mop-up round
Question: What is the process of allotment of seats in Deemed/Central Universities for the mop-up round?
Answer: For the mop-up round of counselling below mentioned procedure will be followed
Apart from the already registered candidates others will have to register themselves for the mop-up round of NEET 2020 counselling
Candidates will then have to fill and lock choices following which the seat allotment will be published
Medical aspirants will then have to report to the allotted colleges
If seats remain vacant a stray vacancy round will be conducted for which DGHS will send 10 times the number of vacant seats to colleges for the stray vacancy round. Candidates will not be allowed to do fresh registrations for the same. Deemed/Central Universities will conduct the final stray vacancy round.
Question: How do I get an idea of the seat I am likely to be allotted on the basis of rank secured by me?
Answer: For this candidates can refer to previous year seat allotment lists to get an indicative idea of the seat they might get allotted on the basis of their rank. However it must be noted that there is no guarantee of the same and no certainty of the data provided. Another way of knowing this is the Mock counselling and Indicative seat allotment done during the registration period of round one of counselling of NEET
Question: If a candidate has mistakenly opted for Deemed University’s seats instead of AIQ does he/she have the option to correct it?
Answer: Yes, candidates have the one-time opportunity to correct this mistake by by using the reset initialization option which is provided at the time of NEET registration 2020
Question: Am I eligible to participate in the subsequent rounds of counselling if I have joined the seat allotted to me in round one of NEET counselling 2020?
Answer: Those candidates who have been allotted a college in the first round will have to join to complete the admission formalities following which they can choose to participate in the subsequent rounds and also opt for upgradation. Candidates have been provided with the facility of free entry and exit in the round 1 of NEET 2020 counselling so they can surrender the allotted seats and participate in round 2. For the aforementioned round candidates can use their login credentials of round 1. Those of them who do not join the allotted college in round 1 can also participate in round 2.
Question: Do those candidates who do not join the college allotted to them in round 2 of counselling of NEET and wish to participate in the mop-up round for Deemed/Central universities need to register afresh?
Answer: Of course yes, such candidates will have to register themselves afresh for the mop-up round of counselling conducted by Deemed/Central universities. However, such candidates will have their security amount forfeited.
Question: Which candidates are not eligible for the second round of NEET counselling 2020?
Answer: Those candidates who have furnished incomplete or inadequate documents for the admission process of NEET 2020 will not be eligible to participate in the second round.
Question: Who is eligible for the second round of counselling?
Answer: Candidates can check the points that follow for answer to the above mentioned question:
Group I - Those registered candidates who were not allotted any seat in the first round of NEET 2020 counselling
Group II - Those candidates who have registered themselves and secured a seat under reserved quota but their allotted seat got cancelled during first round of document verification will be eligible for second round. The allotment of seat to them will be with changed category provided there is availability of seats.
Group III - Medical aspirant who reported to their allotted college after first round of counselling of NEET and have submitted their willingness for seat-upgradation
Group IV - Such candidates to whom seat was allotted but they did not join
Group V - Those candidates who have surrendered the seat allotted to them in the first round of NEET counselling 2020
Question: After joining the college allotted to me in the second round of AIQ seats counselling can I opt to join state/private quota seats?
Answer: It is a guideline by the Honorable Supreme Court that once allotted a seat in the second round of counselling, a candidate cannot vacate it. In case a candidate has been allotted a seat in round 2, they can exit by getting their security money forfeited.
NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs: Registration
Question: Is fresh registration required for round 2 of counselling of NEET if I have already registered for round 1?
Answer: No, already registered candidates are not required to re-register themselves for round 2, they can use the login credentials of round 1.
Question: Will the authorities enable fresh registrations for stray vacancy round?
Answer: No, DGHS will send a list of candidates ten times the vacant seats and the Deemed/Central universities will conduct the final stray vacancy round.
NEET counselling 2020 FAQs: Retrieve Password
Question: How can I retrieve the password in case I forget it?
Answer: In order to retrieve the password candidates will have to re-enter the details filled in by them at the time of registration. This includes the answer to the security question. Candidates will then be able to set a new password for future logging purposes, provided the data entered by them matches the previously entered information.
It is advised that candidates keep the following information safely with them until the admission process completes
2. Security question and answer
3. Printout of NEET 2020 application form
NEET 2020 counselling FAQs: Document Information
Question: For the registration for counselling of NEET 2020 what are document requirements?
Answer: In order to participate in NEET counselling 2020 medical aspirants will only be required to keep a printout of their application form handy. This is because they will be required to enter certain details for NEET 2020 counselling registration. Apart from this, since the AIQ counselling will be online no other document will be required to be furnished.
Question: If I furnish the documents in regional language will the authorities accept it?
Answer: The documents need to be furnished in English or Hindi language only. However, there are certain state authorities who accept certificates in English language only. For such cases it is advisable to carry English version of attested copy of original document in case it is in regional language.
Question: In case the spelling of a candidates name in the application form and documents mismatch will they be eligible to participate in counselling of NEET?
Answer: In such a case the candidate will be eligible to participate in the counselling process provided they carry with them an affidavit as proof of identity.
Question: What are the documents to be furnished at the allotted college at the time of reporting?
Answer: Medical aspirants are required to furnish below mentioned documents at the time of reporting to the allotted college:
Disability certificate (if applicable)
NEET 2020 Result/Score Card
Provisional allotment letter (it has to be generated online)
Certificate and Marksheets of Class 10+2
Photo ID Proof (Aadhar/ PAN/ Driving Licence/ Passport)
Eight (8) passport-size photographs
In case the candidate is NRI/OCI following documents are also required
Passport copy of sponsorer
Relationship Affidavit (Relation of Candidate with sponsorer)
Sponsorship affidavit ( it must state that the sponsor would bear the expenses incurred during study)
NEET counselling 2020 FAQs: Choice filling
Question: What are the rules for exit and forfeiture of security money in various rounds of NEET 2020 counselling?
Answer: To understand this pattern medical aspirants can refer to the table that follows:
Rules for Exit and Forfeiture of Security Money
forfeiture of fees
If not Joined
– Rs. 10,000
(half for SC/ST/OBC)
Deemed Universities –
State Quota I
State Quota II
If not joined
– Rs. 10,000
(half for SC/ST/OBC)
Private – Rs. 1,00,000
Question: How many choices can the candidate give for college and course?
Answer: Candidates can opt for as many colleges and courses as many they want at the time of choice filling. The authorities have not put any restrictions or limits on it.
Question: What are the points to be remembered while candidates fill choices for round 2 of counselling of NEET?
Answer: The following points are to be kept in mind at the time of filling choices for round 2:
On the basis of choices filled in this round only candidates will be allotted seat in the same
Having locked the choices candidates cannot make changes in them, thus, it is advised that they lock choices only when they are sure of the options otherwise they should only save it
Also, if candidates do not lock the choices within the stipulated period the choices entered by them will get automatically locked
Question: What if I do not enter any choice during the choice filling process?
Answer: In case a candidate does not enter any choice then he/she will not be allotted any college in the counselling process.
NEET Counselling 2020 FAQs: Registration Fee
Question: In order to participate in NEET 2020 counselling what registration fee candidates are required to pay?
Answer: Medical aspirants must be aware that at the tie of registration for counselling they are required to pay two types of fee:
Refundable security deposit
Non-refundable registration fee
Also, both these fee types vary on the basis of type of institute the candidate opts for, i.e.,
For (15% All India Quota)/ Central Universities (DU, AMU, BHU and Jamia Millia Islamia,
Delhi)/AFMS & ESI
Counselling of NEET 2020 registration fee - Deemed Universities
Non-refundable security deposit - ₹5,000
Refundable registration fee - ₹2,00,000
Total amount to be paid - ₹2,05,000
NEET counselling 2020 registration fee - 15% AIQ, Central Universities, AFMS & ESI
Non-refundable security deposit - ₹1000 for UR (and Rs. 500 for SC, ST, OBC, and PH candidates)
Refundable registration fee - ₹Rs. 10,000 (and Rs. 5000 for SC, ST, OBC, and PH candidates)
Total amount to be paid - ₹11,000
Question: In case candidates wish to register themselves for both AIQ and Deemed University what registration fee should they pay?
Answer: In such a case candidates will have to pay the fee which is more in amount. Which is the registration fee for Deemed universities, i.e., ₹2,05,000.
NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs: Exit and Security Money Forfeiture Rules
Question: What is the meaning of free exit in the counselling of NEET?
Answer: The option of free exit in the counselling process is available for candidates in the first round only. On availing this option candidates will be allowed to not join the allotted college and participate in the subsequent rounds of counselling without forfeiture of security money.
Question: What is the meaning of exit with forfeiture in round 2?
Answer: This means the candidates are allowed to exit the NEET counselling 2020 process in round 2 however, their security money will be forfeited. But for this the candidate must not join the allotted seat because if he does the latter he will not be allowed to surrender the seat.
Question: When does the authority forfeit the security money?
Answer: In the below mentioned cases security money of candidates will be forfeited:
In case the candidate is allotted a seat in the second or mop-up round and he/she does not wish to join the allotted college
In a situation where the candidate furnishes incorrect or inadequate information at any step of the admission process
Question: How is the refund of the security amount of the counselling for NEET initiated?
Answer: The authorities will refund the security money at the end of the counselling process. If the candidate has been allotted a seat in NEET counselling 2020 then his/her security amount is refunded to the respective institution and is adjusted with the annual fee. In case the candidate is not allotted any seat throughout the counselling process, his/her security deposit will be refunded to the bank account, details of which were given at the time of registration.
NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs: Upgradation of seats
Question: Can upgradation facility be availed in the second round of counselling for Deemed/ Central Universities to Mop-up Round counseling of DGHS for Central / Deemed Universities?
Answer: Candidates who join the college allotted to them in the second round of counselling for Deemed/Central universities will not have the upgradation facility. Also, such candidates cannot vacate the AIQ seats. Also, these candidates will no longer be eligible to participate in the further rounds of counselling including the stray round.
Question: If my upgraded choice is allotted to me after round 1 do I have to join the allotted college?
Answer: Yes, because in such a situation the seat allotted to you in round 1 will automatically get cancelled. After seat allotment result is published candidates will have to report to the college alloted in round 2 with a relieving letter from the college allotted in round 1 of counselling of NEET.
Question: What will happen if I do not join the college allotted to me after upgradation?
Answer: If you do not take admission to the seat allotted to you after upgradation then your security money will be forfeited and thereafter you can register yourself afresh for the mop-up round of counselling.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET 2020 Counselling FAQs - All India Quota, State Quota & Others
Question: Who will conduct counselling for Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC)?
DGHS, on behalf of MCC and AFMC Pune will conduct counselling for seats under AFMC colleges.
Question: Is there reservation for ESIC candidates?
The government has cancelled reservation of seats under Insured Persons (IP Quota) for the medical quota seats for children of ESI workers in ESI Hospitals.
Question: How much reservation is provided under State Quota seats?
85% of the medical and dental seats in a state are reserved under State Quota and admission to the same will be granted by respective state counselling authorities.
Question: Who qualifies for admission to ESIC Medical College?
Earlier, the authorities had reserved seats for wards of ESI workers in ESIC Medical College, however, this reservation stands cancelled from the academic year 2020-21
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how much marks needed in Neet for admission in government college for Bds in tamilnadu?
Each year cutoff changes due to many factors like total students appearing for exam,difficulty level of paper etc but based on previous year analysis we cam give a glimpse about the cutoff.As you did not mention your category considering you from GEN student you need to fet minimum of 450 + to fetch a seat in government colleges .because the cutoff rose this time by 30-40 marks more causing a differnce in ranks by thousands.always target high so even though there will be rise in cutoffs you will have good chances to fetch seat in your desired colleges.to know more about the previous year cutoffs of tamilnadu medical colleges you can refer to: https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-tamil-nadu
hope this helps,
What is the NEET 2020 Cutoff for MBBS in West Bengal?
NEET 2020 cut-off for general category 720-146, for OBC/SC/ST category 146-113, for general ph 146- 129 and for OBC/sc/st ph category 128- 113. This is the main cutoff marks for all India.
Now come to the West Bengal for government MBBS college Highest 622 to lowest 585 for general category student. Sc/St cut-off highest is 584 to lowest 467. Some college cutoff was not reveal till now. So this is the basic cut-off of West Bengal medical colleges.
All the best.
Neet 2021 exam date kya h or neet 2021 ka slevus kya h
The neet 2021 application forms has not been released yet. But we can expect that the officials can release the registration forma of neet 2021 in the last of january or the first week of February. And the exam will probably be taken in month of may ( first week ).
Also keep regularly checking the neet offical site for more details.
The syllabus of NEET 2021 will be from Physics, Chemistry, Biology of 11th and class 12th science CBSE syllabus. Also as CBSE has 30% reduced the syllabus for CBSE class 11th and class 12th so, the neet syllabus will be cut accordingly and the same reduced syllabus will be asked in neet as pee the latest news declared by education minister. But as the official brochure has not come, so you can expect the same previous syllabus of neet.
Also check out the following link to know the syllabus for neet 2021 :-
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if i were fail in NEET & EAMCET Exams and i got 50% in intermediate , I was in a serious situation to know the answer?? Every one are suggesting me to so the job !, you are not eligible for study!, they saying!!
Don't hear to those who are so demotivating for you. You are always full of probabilities. If you can't crack NEET/EAMCET this time try to do next or try to do anything else if you are interested in it.
Failing an exam doesn't mean that you are a failure. So don't bother with such people. You should follow up and prove yourself.
I hope my answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!
I AM FROM KARNATAKA . I AM A NCC B CERTIFICATE HOLDER. CAN I HAVE ANY RESERVATION FOR NCC IN NEET STATE QUOTA OF KARNATAKA???
Unfortunately not. See there is no reservation quota for NCC certificate holders in any state of India except Uttar Pradesh for admission to MBBS/BDS any other course through NEET score and even in UP there is horizontal reservation of 1% for NCC Certificate holders means if you belongs to General category and have NCC certificate then you will be eligible under that 1% reservation for NCC certificate holders only for state quota of UP and at national level as well there is no reservation quota for NCC for admissions through NEET score. As you have asked for Karnataka so likewise in Karnataka also there is no reservation quota for NCC certificate holders. You can get complete details about NEET Counselling for Karnataka state quota from the link given below :-
If you are preparing for NEET 2021 then to help you in your preparation we have some resources which you can access from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.