NEET 2017: 15% All India Quota seat allotment first round list released; 4018 seats allotted

NEET 2017: 15% All India Quota seat allotment first round list released; 4018 seats allottedThe Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the result of first round of allotment for All India Quota seats on July 14, one day before the previously scheduled date of July 15. A total of 4018 successful NEET candidates who had secured a suitable rank and applied for the 15% All India Quota MBBS and BDS seats available in Government medical colleges across the country have been allotted seats as per their preference and categories in Government medical colleges. Seat allotment for MBBS and BDS seats in Deemed Universities and Central Universities along with seats at AFMC Pune and under Insured Persons Quota in ESIC Institutions have also been declared. Candidates who applied for admissions to these seats can check the NEET 2017 seat allotment results as declared by the MCC on this page.

 

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As per the first round seat allotment of 15% All India Quota seats in Government Medical Colleges through NEET 2017, a majority of the top-ranking candidates opted for admissions to Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, as expected. In the Unreserved category, the last rank allotted for MBBS admissions was 5779 to Tezpur Medical College. Out of the 4018 candidates who were alloted seats in Round 1, the last rank to be allotted a MBBS seat was 5,51,965. The seat allotment process followed the counselling schedule released by the MCC on July 3, and was held in online mode between July 13 and July 14 after candidates had indicated their choices between July 3 and July 11.

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In the Deemed and Central Universities list, the top ranks opted for seats at either Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University or at the Institute of Medical Sciences at Benaras Hindu University.

 

Candidates will now be required to appear for the document verification and seat confirmation processes at their alloted colleges between July 16 and July 22. Candidates who do not wish to take admissions through the first round of seat allotment can apply again to colleges of their choice when the second round of choice exercising is held between August 1 and 4.

 

At the time of reporting to their allotted colleges, candidates will have to produce the original and attested copies of documents specifically mentioned by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), the list of which can also be seen on this page.

 

The seat allotment lists as released by the MCC for different institutes can be seen by candidates here. Candidates will be able to check the seat allotment for 15% All India Quota for their individual rank and provisional allotment letter or as per the whole allotment list released by the MCC. The list of shortlisted candidates for AFMC Pune can also be seen by candidates below.

  • To Check NEET 2017 First Round Seat Allotment lists released by MCC – Click here

  • To Check AFMC Pune Shortlisted Candidates - Click Here

Steps to check First Round Seat Allotment for 15% All India Quota Seats

  • Click on the link to Seat Allotment Result for Round 1 as given above.

  • Select Round 1 under the ‘Round’ drop down menu.

  • Enter NEET Roll Number.

  • Check the Provisional Allotment Letter that is displayed.

  • The provisional allotment letter will include two sections. The first will be ‘Candidate Details’ comprising candidate’s Roll Number, Name, Date of Birth, All India Rank, Category and Sub-Category. The second will be ‘Allotment Details of Round 1’ which will show the name of the institute allotted to the candidate, Course name, category and Choice No.

  • Alternatively, candidates can check the entire Seat Allotment list released for Round 1 of NEET 2017 and find their alloted institutes by matching their Roll Number. The details displayed in the First Round Seat Allotment List for all candidates include candidate’s All India Rank, Allotted Institute, Course, Allotted Category and Candidate Category.

Documents required for NEET 2017 Seat Allotment Counselling

 

The selected candidates will have to report at their allotted colleges between July 16 to July 22 to confirm their MBBS and BDS seats. The documents required to be presented by them at the time of reporting include the original and attested copies of:

  • Admit Card

  • Result/ Rank letter

  • Date of Birth Certificate

  • Class 10 Certificate

  • Class 10+2 Certificate

  • Class 10+2 Mark Sheet

  • Eight (8) Passport size photograph same as affixed on the application form.

  • Provisional allotment letter downloaded from individual result link

  • Proof of identity

  • Caste/PH certificate if reservation applicable

Candidates must note that that since Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu and Kashmir do not participate in central pool of All India Quota seats, colleges from these states will not be participating in admission under All India Quota seats. Hence, these states will conduct counselling for 100% state quota seats. All the other states are in the process of releasing their respective rank lists and counselling schedules. NEET Counselling for the All India Quota seats in all colleges and seats from Deemed Universities comes under the ambit of the Directorate General of Health Services while the State Quota seats come under the ambit of the state governments.

 

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My neet 2018 score is 639.what rank can i expect to get please?

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My neet 2018 score is 639.whats the chances of mine in getting into any medicall college in delhi?

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I m scoring 416 marks in neet 2018 I m from SC category can I have chances to get government college in madhya Pradesh or india

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Yes you have chances of getting a college in madhya Pradesh at this score but if you have the state quota for mp then it will increase your chances.
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I am a sc candidate and i am getting 420 in neet 2018 . Do I have any chances of getting into any govt. medical college in odisha?

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