NEET Seat Allotment 2019
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NEET Seat Allotment 2019 - The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the final result of BDS 2nd mop-up round NEET 2019 seat allotment process on September 6. The link to download the NEET UG seat allotment list has been provided below on this page. Along with this, the authority has also released the admission letter for the candidates who have been allotted seat. A link to down the NEET seat allotment letter has been provided below. NEET seat allotment 2019 result has been declared a day before the scheduled date. The final NEET allotment 2019 list will be announced on September 6, along with the allotment letter, which must be carried at the respective colleges for completion of the admission process. MCC had started fresh registrations for NEET 2019 seat allotment second mop-up round only for BDS seats offered in Deemed/Central universities on September 2. NEET 2019 seat allotment list for round one, two and mop-up round was released. The list mentions the name of candidates who have joined the designated institute/college to them in the first and second round of NEET seat allotment 2019.

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Check 2nd mop-up NEET seat allotment list for BDS in the table below!
To download NEET seat allotment letter for 2nd mop-up (BDS courses) - click here
DGHS had released the NEET 2019 seat allotment letter for the first round on July 3 and the link to download the same is provided below. MCC has also released the revised final result of seat allotment of NEET 2019 for Round I of counselling on July 2. In order to download the seat allotment letter, candidates have to enter their roll number, date of birth and provided security pin in the space provided. Candidates who are allotted a seat must submit their options to accept/refuse the allotted seats. Aspirants who accept the seat allotted through NEET seat allotment 2019 result must report at the designated colleges with relevant documents for verification and completion of the admission process from July 3. The seat allotment of NEET 2019 indicates the college allotted to the candidates as per their All India Rank (AIR) in NEET, NEET roll no., allotted quota, candidates’ category, allotted category and choice preferences of medical/dental colleges made during NEET 2019 counselling. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has declared the result of NEET 2019 on June 5. The result of NEET seat allotment 2019 will be released in the form of an overall NEET seat allotment list and individual seat allotment letter displaying the AIR, category and colleges allotted to all candidates in each counselling round. Candidates who will be allotted a seat during the seat allotment of NEET 2019 will be required to report to their allotted college. Note that only candidates who will qualify NEET will be eligible to participate in NEET counselling and further will be considered for NEET 2019 seat allotment process.

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This year, a total of 527 MBBS seats has been increased for NEET seat allotment process making a total of 4,591 seats under 15% All India Quota which will be offered in 235 government medical colleges. Last year, the seat allotment of NEET was conducted for admission to 4,064 medical seats in 193 colleges only.


NEET 2019 Seat Allotment Schedule

EventsDates
Round 1 for All India Quota/Deemed Universities/Central Universities/ESIC Colleges
Registration and Payment -June 19 to June 26, 2019 till 5:00 PM
Last date of PaymentJune 26, 2019 till 7:00 PM
Choice fillingJune 26, 2019 (8:00 PM) to June 27, 2019 (till 11:00 AM)
Allotment ResultJuly 1, 2019
Fresh seat allotment for Round IJuly 2, 2019
Seat allotment letter round oneJuly 3, 2019
Reporting to allotted collegesJuly 3 to July 8, 2019
Round 2 for All India Quota/Deemed Universities/Central Universities/ESIC Colleges
Display of Seat MatrixJuly 11, 2019
Fresh Registration, payment and choice fillingJuly 11 to 13, 2019 (up to 5:00 PM)
Choice filling startsJuly 12, 2019
Choice filling and locking endsJuly 14, 2019 (10:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
Last date for paymentJuly 13, 2019 (up to 12:00 Noon)
Allotment ResultJuly 17, 2019
Seat allotment letter
July 18, 2019
Reporting to allotted collegesJuly 17 to 25, 2019
Transfer of vacant seats to the respective statesJuly 25, 2019
Mop-Up Round for Deemed Universities/Central Universities/ESIC Colleges - Cancelled
Display of Seat MatrixAugust 13, 2019
Fresh registrationAugust 13 (5:00 PM) to 15, 2019
Choice filling and locking endsAugust 13 to 16, 2019 (10:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
Allotment ResultAugust 18, 2019
Reporting to allotted collegesAugust 20 to 26, 2019
Transfer of vacant seats to the respective InstitutesAugust 27, 2019
Mop-up round allotment for deemed universities/central institutes and ESIC - Revised
Release of seat matrix (with addition to ESIC IP reserved)
To be released
Fresh registration and choice filling
August 13 to 18, 2019
Last date to fill choice
August 18, 2019
Seat allotment process
August 19 and 20, 2019
Provisional resultAugust 19, 2019
Final seat allotment result
August 20, 2019
Downloading seat allotment letter
August 21, 2019 at 11:00 AM
Declaration of result
August 20, 2019
Reporting at the colleges for admission
August 21 to 26, 2019
Transfer of vacant seats to deemed/central and ESIC colleges
August 27, 2019
Stray vacancy round
List of eligible aspirants for stray round
August 27, 2019
Seat allotment process
To be notified
Mop-up Round 2 for BDS (Deemed/Central Universities)
Fresh registration begins
September 2, 2019
Last date to register
September 4, 2019 (up to 12 PM)
Last date to pay registration feeSeptember 4, 2019 (up to 3 PM)
Last date to fill choicesSeptember 4, 2019 ( up to 5 PM
Seat allotment processSeptember 5, 2019
Declaration of provisional result
September 5, 2019
Final result with allotment letter
September 6, 2019 - RELEASED
Reporting at the colleges for admission
September 6 to 11 ( up to 5 PM)
Transfer of vacant seats to dental colleges
September 12, 2019
Transfer of vacant seats to dental colleges (last date of joining)
September 15, 2019


To check the combined NEET seat allotment list for round I and II, click here
To check virtual vacancy for NEET Seat allotment 2019- click here


NEET seat allotment list 2019- Virtual Vacancy

MCC has released a list of virtual vacancies applicable in round two of NEET 2019 seat allotment process. A link to check the virtual vacancy has been provided above. If a candidate has reported at the allotted college and has opted for up-gradation in the second round of NEET seat allotment, that seat becomes a virtual vacancy. If the candidate gets an upgraded seat, the seat thus vacated will be given to another candidate.


To check the list of eligible candidates in NRI category, Click here

NEET Seat Allotment List 2019

As the NEET 2019 seat allotment has been released in the form of scorecard and seat allotment list wherein the scorecard can be accessible for only those candidates who are allotted a seat and seat allotment list can be checked by all the candidates. The NEET 2019 seat allotment list has been made available below.

NEET seat allotment 2019

Round I

Click Here

Round II

Click here

Mop-up Round

Click here (Provisional)
Click here (Final)

2nd mop-up round (BDS) - RELEASED
Click here (Provisional)
Click here (Final)

NEET 2019 Seat Allotment Letter - Downloading process

NEET seat allotment letter 2019 for second mop-up round will be made available on September 6 and can be downloaded from the link provided on this page. In order to download the allotment letter of NEET 2019, candidates must follow the procedure mentioned below:

  • Click on the link available above in the article.
  • In the login window, enter the roll number, date of birth and security pin.
  • Clicking on submit, the allotment letter will appear on the screen.
  • Download it and take three to four printouts for future references.

NEET Seat Allotment - Procedure

After the release of the result, candidates will have an option to accept or reject the allotted seat. The candidates who will be allotted a seat can check here the procedure to be followed-

  • Allotted seat is accepted - If the candidates accept the allotted seat, then they will be required to report to the allotted college within the assigned time. The candidates need to submit the list of original documents given below-

  • NEET Admit card 2019

  • NEET UG result 2019

  • Class 10 Certificate/Birth Certificate

  • Class 12 Pass Certificate

  • Class 12 Marksheet

  • Eight Passport size photograph as affixed on the NEET application form.

  • Seat Allotment Letter

  • Identity Proof (Driving License/PAN Card/Passport/Aadhar Card)

  • Caste Certificate (if required)

  • PwD Certificate (If required)

The admission process could take 2-3 days therefore, candidates who are willing to accept the seat must report to the institute right after the release of NEET 2019 seat allotment. Candidates will also undergo a medical test which will state that the admission seekers are fit to pursue the course. After taking admission, the college allotted to the candidate will give the details of the aspirant to DGHS. On the basis of these details, an admission letter will be issued to the candidate. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that the admission letter is received by him/her.

  • Allotted seat is not accepted - If the allotted seat is not accepted by a candidate in the first round and s/he does not want to participate in the next round then free exit will be provided meaning no deduction of refundable fees. However, after the second round of counselling non-acceptance of seat will lead to the deduction of refundable fees.

  • Allotted is not accepted and want to participate in the next round- If the candidates do not wish to accept the allotted seat but want to participate in the next round, then the candidate can do so after the first round of counselling. These candidates can participate in the second round by submitting fresh choices while the previous choices will be treated as null and void. After the second round of counselling, this option will not be available.


NEET Seat Allotment 2018

Candidates can check here the seat allotment list of the previous year.

NEET 2018 Seat Allotment Result

Round One - Seat Allotment List

Download here

Round Two - Seat Allotment List

Download here

Mop-up Round - Seat Allotment List

Download here


NEET Seat Reservation 2019

The NEET seat reservation for 15% All India Quota seats will be in accordance with the central reservation policy. However, the seats will follow their own reservation criteria for 85% State Quota seats. The seat reservation given here is applicable for 15% All India Quota MBBS/BDS seats only.

NEET Seat Reservation 2019 for AIQ seats

Category

Percentage of seats reserved

Other Backward Classes (OBC)

27%

Scheduled Caste (SC)

15%

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

7.50%

Physically Handicapped (PH)

5%

NEET UG was held on May 5, 2019, and the result was declared on June 5, 2019. At the end of each NEET 2019 counselling round, the NEET 2019 seat allotment result will be released. In order to qualify NEET 2019, candidates need to score a minimum of 50th percentile (40th percentile for SC/ST/OBC category). Only those who qualify the exam would be able to participate in the counselling process and be considered for the process of NEET seat allotment 2019.

NEET 2019 is a national level entrance test conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS seats in medical and dental colleges around the country, except for AIIMS and JIPMER institutions, who are allowed to conduct their own MBBS entrances.

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