NEET Counselling 2020
Radhika, 25 Oct 2019, #NEET
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NEET counselling 2020 - The Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) on behalf Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will start NEET 2020 counselling from the third week of June to grant admission in MBBS/ BDS courses. The counselling of NEET 2020 will be conducted entirely in online mode. Candidates willing to participate in the AIQ NEET counselling will be required to register online. Only those candidates who have qualified NEET 2020 with the minimum required percentile will be eligible to participate counselling of NEET 2020. DGHS has been entrusted to conducting NEET counselling 2020 for 15% seats of the total intake from all the government colleges (except for colleges of Jammu and Kashmir state) for All India Quota candidates. Seats offered in Central and Deemed Universities, seats reserved for Wards of Insured Persons (IP quota) in Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) medical colleges and seats available at the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune are also filled through NEET 2020 counselling. The result of NEET counselling 2020 will be released in the form of seat allotment list. The Counselling of NEET 2020 for rest of 85% seats offered in government and private medical/dental college will be conducted by the respective state counselling authority.

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NEET is scheduled to be conducted on May 3, 2019 in pen and paper based mode. As many as 235 medical colleges will participate in the counselling process of NEET 2020. A total of three rounds of NEET 2020 counselling will be organised including a mop-up round. The mop up round of counselling will be conducted only for Deemed/Central University and ESIC Colleges.

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NEET counselling 2020 - An Overview

Type of NEET Counselling

Counselling Body

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

DGHS, on behalf of MCC

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

NEET Counselling 2020- Important Dates

Events

Dates

Round 1 for All India Quota/Deemed Universities/Central Universities/ESIC Colleges

Registration/Payment & Choice filling

Third week of June 2020

Choice Filling ends

Last week of June 2020

Last date of Payment

Last week of June 2020

Allotment Result

Last week of June 2020

Reporting to allotted colleges

Upto first week of July 2020

Round 2 for All India Quota/Deemed Universities/Central Universities/ESIC Colleges

Display of Seat Matrix

First week of July 2020

Fresh Registration, payment & choice filling

Second week of July 2020

Choice filling ends

Second week of July 2020

Last date for payment

Second week of July 2020

Allotment Result

Third week of July 2020

Seat allotment letter for round 2

Third week of July 2020

Reporting to allotted colleges

Up to last week of July 2020

Transfer of vacant seats to the respective states

Last week of July 2020

Mop-Up Round for Deemed Universities/Central Universities/ESIC Colleges

Fresh registration

Second week of August 2020


Choice filling and locking

Third week of August 2020

Allotment result

Third week of August 2020

Reporting to allotted colleges

Last week of August 2020

Transfer of vacant seats to the respective Institutes

Last week of August 2020

NEET counselling 2020 - What’s new?

  • There has been a substantial increase in the number of medical colleges participating in the AIQ counselling this year. A total of 235 medical colleges are participating in AIQ counselling when it was only 193 medical colleges last year.

  • The addition of colleges has increased the number of seats available under AIQ which has increased to 4591 when it was only 4064 last year.

  • The counselling for 85% seats in Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and ESIC college which was earlier conducted by IPU administration will now be conducted MCC from this year onwards.

NEET counselling 2020- General Eligibility Criteria

  • Only candidates who have qualified in NEET 2020 entrance test by achieving prerequisite minimum qualifying percentile will be eligible to participate in the NEET 2020 counselling.

  • Candidates belonging to the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir will not eligible to participate in NEET counselling.

  • To be eligible to participate in the NEET 2020 counselling, candidates must register themselves on the MCC website within the stipulated time.

  • All candidates, including candidates from the erstwhile state of J&K who have qualified NEET, will be 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 will be contributed to All India Quota & for the rest 85% institutional quota seats, only those candidates are eligible who have studied 11th & 12th grade in Delhi.

2) Aligarh Muslim University (AMU):- The university will have 50% Institutional reservation for the candidates who have studied from their schools for the last 3 years. The remaining 50% of seats will be open to all NEET qualified candidates.

3) BHU:- All candidates who are eligible for NEET counselling will also be eligible to participate in BHU MBBS Counseling 2020 for all seats offered in the University.

4) Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi: A total of three seats of BDS are under the internal quota of Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi and 47 seats of BDS seats will be open to all. Students of Jamia who have passed their qualifying examination (Class 10 or 12) from Jamia Schools as regular students will be eligible to get admission under internal quota of Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi.

NEET counselling 2020 - Seat matrix

DHGS will publish the seat matrix for NEET 2020 counselling before the commencement of each round. The seat matrix will be released separately for MBBS, BDS, AIQ seats in Central University, Deemed University and seats offered in ESIC institutes. For reference, candidates can check the previous year seat matrix of NEET 2020 counselling.

Previous year AIQ seat matrix

Counselling

Seat Matrix Round-1

Seat Matrix Round-2

Seat matrix Mop-up round

AIQ seat matrix for medical colleges

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Round not conducted

AIQ seat matrix for dental colleges

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Round not conducted

Medical seats offered by Central Universities

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Dental seats offered by Central Universities

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Medical seats in Deemed Universities

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Dental seats in Deemed Universities

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MBBS seats in ESIC

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BDS seats in ESIC

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NEET Counselling 2020- Step-by-step procedure

MCC will begin the registration process of NEET 2020 in the second week of June 2020. Interested candidates can check the step by step procedure to participate in counselling of NEET 2020.

Registration

Firstly, interested candidates will be required to register online at www.mcc.nic.in. A link to fill the registration form will be made available on this page as and when it is released. In this step, candidates will be required to submit their Roll number, registration number, name, mother’s name, and date of birth as printed on their NEET rank letter.

Counselling Fee Payment

In order to successfully register and be considered eligible for the counselling process, candidates must pay a refundable and a non-refundable fee within the stipulated time period. The fee can be paid only through online medium by Credit/Debit card or internet banking. Candidates can check the prescribed counselling fee in the table below.

NEET 2020 counselling fee

Non-Refundable Registration Fee

15% AIQ/ Central Universities

Fee

UR

INR 1,000

SC/ST/OBC/PwD

INR 500

Deemed Universities


All Categories

INR 5,000

Refundable Tuition Fee

15% AIQ/ Central Universities

Fee

UR

INR 10,000

SC/ST/OBC/PwD

INR 5,000

Deemed Universities


All Categories

INR 2,00,000

Exercising & Locking Choices

After successful registration, candidates must fill choice of course and give preferences of the college/institute they wish to get admission into. While filling the references, a list of colleges will be displayed which can be used as a reference while filling web options. There is no limit to the number of choices a candidate can fill. After adding the choices in the list, candidates can change the sequence by moving them up or down, interchange choices and delete choices. It is advisable to lock the choices because if the admission seekers have not locked their choices then the saved choices can get locked automatically. If there are no saved choices then it has been considered that candidates have not selected any choices and as a result will not be considered at the time of NEET seat allotment for round two.

Seat Allotment List

After each round of counselling, the seat allotment results will be declared. NEET counselling result, released in the form of the seat allotment list and seat allotment letter, will disclose the seat allotted to the candidates. Candidates can check their name, roll no., allotted category, candidates’ category, allotted college, quota and course in the NEET seat allotment list. The seat allotment letter is an important document which needs to be carried at the time of reporting to the allotted college with other mandatory documents.

NEET seat allotment list 2019

NEET Counselling Round

NEET seat allotment list

Round 1

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Round 2

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Mop-up round

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Click here (Final)

BDS Mop-up round

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Click here (Final)

Reporting to the Allotted College

Once a seat has been allotted, candidate must report at the designated college to complete the admission formalities. While reporting to the allotted college, candidates must submit the original copy of the required documents which can be are listed below-

  • NEET 2020 Admit Card

  • 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)

NEET Counselling 2020 - Registration Fee and Forfeiture

Candidates will be asked to pay two kinds of fee at the time of registration for either 15% AIQ/ Central University and Deemed University. A non-refundable registration fee of Rs 1000/- will be charged from all Unreserved candidates (Rs 500 for SC/ST/OBC candidates) who intends to participate. The prescribed non-refundable registration fee for Deemed University will be Rs 5000/-. Along with that a refundable fee also has to be paid at the time of registration. Candidates can check the detailed description of the registration fee can be checked above.

Exit with forfeiture means if a candidate allotted a seat in the second round of counseling and does not want to join the allotted seat then, as per the exit policy, candidates can exit with forfeiture (losing security amount deposited) and once candidate joined the allotted seat cannot be surrendered or resigned from it.

NEET counselling 2020- Flowchart

For 15% AIQ seats

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Deemed University/ Central University/ ESIC College

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NEET Counselling 2020 - State level

The remaining 85% seats in government medical colleges, 100% seats offered in Deemed Universities and Private medical colleges will be filled by NEET counselling conducted by respective state counselling authority. The state counselling authority will release their own NEET merit list, counselling schedule, application form and seat allotment list. Each state has its own domicile rule, which will be applicable in state level NEET 2020 counselling. Since the colleges of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir do not participate in AIQ NEET counselling 2020 therefore all the seats will be filled in state counselling.

In order to get admission in MBBS in government colleges, the NEET qualified candidates must fulfil the set eligibility criteria by respective counselling authorities of each state. Aspirants have to register themselves by filling the application forms released on the prescribed dates. Besides the government colleges, the state counselling authorities also conduct the counselling for admission to private medical colleges based on NEET scores. Candidates can check all the important information about the release of the application form, merit list, counselling dates and more through the state-wise link provided in the table below.

NEET State Counselling 2020

State/UT counselling

To check details

AP MBBS counselling 2020

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Arunachal Pradesh MBBS counselling 2020

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Assam MBBS counselling 2020

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Bihar MBBS counselling 2020

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Chandigarh MBBS counselling 2020

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Chhattisgarh MBBS counselling 2020

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DU MBBS counselling 2020

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Goa MBBS counselling 2020

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Gujarat MBBS counselling 2020

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Haryana MBBS counselling 2020

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Himachal Pradesh MBBS counselling 2020

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IPU MBBS counselling 2020

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J&K MBBS counselling 2020

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Jharkhand MBBS counselling 2020

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Karnataka MBBS counselling 2020

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Kerala MBBS counselling 2020

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MP MBBS counselling 2020

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Maharashtra MBBS counselling 2020

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Manipur MBBS counselling 2020

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Meghalaya MBBS counselling 2020

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Odisha MBBS counselling 2020

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Punjab MBBS counselling 2020

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Rajasthan MBBS counselling 2020

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Tamil Nadu MBBS counselling 2020

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Telangana MBBS counselling 2020

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Tripura MBBS counselling 2020

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Uttar Pradesh MBBS counselling 2020

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Uttarakhand MBBS counselling 2020

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West Bengal MBBS counselling 2020

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Institute-wise MBBS counselling

AFMC MBBS counselling 2020

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AMU MBBS counselling 2020

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BHU MBBS counselling 2020

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CMC Vellore MBBS counselling 2020

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NEET Cutoff 2020

Only those candidates who will be scoring marks equal to or more than the NEET 2020 cutoff will be invited to participate in the counselling process. The cutoff of NEET 202o will be released along with the result. For each category, the cutoff percentile is different. For reference candidates can check the NEET cutoff of previous along with cutoff score and the number of candidates who achieved the respective percentile in the table below.

NEET 2019 cutoff

Category

Cut off Percentile

Cutoff score

No. of Candidates

Unreserved

50th Percentile

701-134

704335

Other Backward Class (OBC)

40th Percentile

133-107

63789

SC (Scheduled Caste)

40th Percentile

133-107

20009

ST (Scheduled Tribe)

40th Percentile

133-107

8455

Unreserved - PH

45th Percentile

133-120

266

OBC - OH

40th Percentile

119-107

142

SC - PH

40th Percentile

119-107

32

ST - PH

40th Percentile

119-107

14

NEET cutoff for top 10 Medical Colleges

NEET 2019 Counselling Data

Candidates list for BDS stray vacancy

Category

Candidate

Open

check here

Jamia

check here

ESIC

check here

DU CW

check here

DU IP

check here

Deemed

check here

AMU

check here

NEET 2019 Counselling - Miscellaneous

  • To check Open category candidates for stray vacancy seats - Click here

  • To check the list of eligible candidates (NRI) for the mop-up round of NEET counselling, click here

  • To download NEET seat allotment list of admitted candidates (round-1 & 2) - Click here

  • To download NEET counselling 2019 virtual vacancy (round-2) - Click here

  • To check the list of NRI candidates eligible for Round-II of NEET UG counselling - Click here

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET Counselling 2020

Question: What is the cutoff of NEET 2019?

Answer:

NEET UG cutoff 2019 for general category is 50th percentile.

Question: What does Free Exit for NEET counselling round one mean?

Answer:

Free exit means if a candidate is allotted a seat in the round one of NEET 2019 counselling but do not report/join the allotted college then s/he will not be penalised and will be eligible to participate in the next round of counselling.

Question: When will the NEET counselling process start?

Answer:

The schedule of the NEET counselling was released on June 12, 2019. The registration for the first round has begun on June 19, 2019.

Question: What are the documents required to register for NEET counselling 2019?

Answer:

Candidates will not be required to upload any documents at the time of registration. The list of documents to be submitted at the time of admission can be checked in the article above.

Question: Is it necessary to lock the filled up choices in NEET counselling 2019?

Answer:

Candidates should lock the choices once they are final. Note that there will be no option to change the preferences once the choices are locked. If a candidate has not locked the saved choices then they 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?

Answer:

If a candidate is allotted a seat in the round one of NEET counselling 2019 then s/he will be given a choice to join the allotted college or not. Candidates who will not report or join the allotted college will also be considered eligible for round two.

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