NEET Seat Allotment 2020
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NEET Seat Allotment 2020 - Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the seat allotment of NEET 2020 process in the last week of June. NEET UG 2020 allotment process will begin after filling of choices of colleges. NEET 2020 seat allotment will be organised separately for three rounds including mop-up. The first round seat allotment process for NTA NEET 2020 will be held in the last week of June, followed by the second round in the third week of July. It should also be noted that the allotment of seats will be done only on the basis of scores obtained in NEET exam, choices filled, seats available and other factors.
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It is mandatory for candidates to qualify for the NEET 2020 exam, to be held on May 3, to appear for the allotment process. NEET seat allotment will be conducted for admission to 15% All India Quota seats (AIQ) seats, 100% seats in Deemed/Central Universities, ESIC and AFMC institutes. Out of total seats in government colleges, 15% seats will be reserved for AIQ seats, while the remaining will be reserved for 85% state quota seats offered by state counselling authorities.

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In order to participate in the NEET 2020 seat allotment process, aspirants need to register themselves by entering asked personal, academic, contact and other communication details. Once the registration is done, they need to login to provide their preferences of colleges as well as courses, in which they wish to get admission into. The first round NEET seat allotment 2020 result will be released in the last week of June, while the second round list will be released the third week of July. Candidates who will be granted admission after NEET allotment will be required to report at the respective colleges for completion of admission process and document verification. Through NEET counselling 2020, students will be granted admission to 4591 MBBS/BDS seats in 235 colleges. Read the article on NEET seat allotment 2020 schedule, rounds, results, admissions and other details.

NEET seat allotment 2020 important dates

It is mandatory for candidates to go through the dates related to seat allotment of NEET UG 2020. Check the important dates of NEET seat allotment from the table below.

NEET seat allotment dates

Events

Dates

NEET UG exam

May 3, 2020

Declaration of result

June 4, 2020

Round one

Registration

Third week of June 2020*

Payment of fees

Last week of June 2020*

Choice filling

Last week of June 2020*

Seat allotment list released

Last week of June 2020*

Reporting at the allotted colleges

First week of July 2020*

Round two

Display of seat matrix

First week of July 2020*

Online registration

Second week of July 2020*

Payment of application form

First week of July 2020*

Choice filling and locking

First week of July 2020*

Result for second round of counselling

Third week of July 2020*

Reporting at the colleges

Last week of July 2020*

Mop-up round

Application form available

Second week of August 2020*

Filling and locking of choices

Third week of August 2020*

Payment of fees

Third week of August 2020*

Mop-up round result

Third week of August 2020*

Reporting at the allotted colleges

Last week of August 2020*

*dates are tentative

What’s new in NEET seat allotment 2020?

  • From the year 2020, the admission to 15 AIIMS and 2 JIPMER campuses will be conducted by MCC only for filling as many as 1205 and 200 seats, respectively. As per the prospectus, MCC will conduct counselling for AIIMS and JIPMER as central university.

  • Last year, the number of colleges participating in the AIQ scheme increased. As many as 235 colleges participated for NEET seat allotment under AIQ.

  • In addition to the colleges, the seats were also increased. NEET seat allotment is organised for admission to a total of 4591 seats.

  • Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital (VMMC and SJH) and ESIC, Delhi colleges will be considered under central university. Thus, the seat allotment process for 15% AIQ and 85% state quota seats will be done by MCC.

NEET 2020 seat allotment process

After filling the choices of colleges, the authority will process the seat allotment of NEET 2020. The allotment will be granted on the basis of scores in NEET 2020 result, preferences of choices filled, seats available, reservation criteria and other details. The first NEET seat allotment list will be released in the last week of June, while the result of round two will be announced in the third week of July.

After the announcement of result, candidates have to provide an option to accept or refuse the allotted seat. Medicos who will be allotted a seat can check the process of NEET seat allotment 2020 below.

  • If the allotted seat is accepted, aspirants need to download NEET allotment letter 2020 by entering the roll number, date of birth and security pin.

  • Along with the allotment letter, students must report at the designated centres with documents and certificates for verification and completion of admission process.

  • The admission process after NEET seat allotment 2020 will be done for two or three days only. Therefore, candidates are advised to report at the institute immediately after the release of NEET allotment list.

  • Candidates will also undergo the medical examination which mentions that they are medically fit.

  • After the admission is granted, the allotted college will send the details of the candidate to DGHS and based on these details, the admission letter will be granted.

  • In case if the allotted seat is not accepted after the first round of NEET 2020 seat allotment and he/she does not want to participate in the counselling, then free exit will be considered. This means that no refundable fees will be deducted. While, after the second round of counselling non-acceptance of seat will lead to the deduction of refundable fees.

  • If the candidate is not allotted a seat and wishes to participate for subsequent rounds of NEET seat allotment, they need to opt for the choices. Such students will also be required to provide their fresh choices of colleges for other rounds of NEET 2020 seat allotment. However, after the second round of counselling, this option will not be available.

Previous years’ NEET seat allotment list

For the better reference of the seat allotment of NEET, candidates can check the allotment lists from the table below.

NEET seat allotment list

Year

Rounds

Allotment lists

2019

Round one

Click here

Round two

Click here

Mop-up round

Click here

2018

First round

Click here

Second round

Click here

Mop-up round

Click here

NEET seat allotment 2020 - reservation criteria

NEET reservation criteria 2020 for 15% AIQ seats will be as per the centralised reservation policy. However, the reservation criteria for 85% state quota seats will be done as per the state regulations. The seat reservation given here is applicable only for 15% All India Quota MBBS/BDS seats.

NEET reservation criteria

Category

% of seats reserved

Other Backward Classes (OBC)

27%

Scheduled Caste (SC)

15%

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

7.50%

Physically Handicapped (PH)

5%

Economically Weaker Sections (EWS)

10%

NEET UG exam will be conducted for admission to around 76,928 MBBS, 26,949 BDS, 52,720 AYUSH, 525 BVSc & AH seats offered by respective colleges. NEET result 2020 will be announced on June 4, by National Testing Agency (NTA), in the form of scorecard mentioning personal details, total as well as subject-wise scores, percentile marks, cutoff, qualifying status and other registration statistics.

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