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NEET Counselling 2021- Tips and Procedure

NEET Counselling 2021– National Eligibility Entrance Test is a common entrance test conducted for aspirants seeking admission to MBBS/BDS programmes offered by various medical institutions located across the country. NEET exam will be conducted two times a year.

The counselling process for NEET exam will be commenced by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) after releasing the exam result. Once the authority declares NEET result, candidates should make necessary preparation for appearing in the exam. This post is delivering all possible information about NEET counselling procedure 2021.

NEET Counselling Schedule 2021

Below, we are listing the expected schedule of NEET counselling 2021. All the dates mentioned in the below table are tentative and based on last year schedule. The official dates for the NEET 2021 counselling will be updated here in this post after the announcement of the similar notification by the Central Board of Secondary Education. For obtaining regular updates, candidates are required to keep visiting this post on a regular interval of the time period.

1Date of Counselling registration, choice filling and indicative seat allotmentJune 2021
2Result announcement of Indicative Seat AllotmentJune 2021
3Choice locking by candidatesJune 2021
4Process of seat allotment for round 1June 2021
5NEET seat allotment result round 1July 2021
6Applicants will report at allotted dental/medical colleges after completion of round 1July 2021
7Preferences entry and exercise of choice locking and new registration for second round of counsellingAugust 2021
8Process of seat allotment for round 2August 2021
9Declaration of result for NEET seat allotmentAugust 2021
10Reporting date of candidates for medical/dental colleges after round 2 allotmentAugust 2021
11MCC to reassign vacant seats to state quotaAugust 2021

NEET Counselling Letter

Aspirants who have qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their NEET UG 2021 rank will be considered eligible for MCC Counselling. Such aspirants can download their NEET Rank letter/ Result from the official website of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

Important Documents Required for Counselling Process

Here is the list of documents candidates need to produce in original along with its attested photocopies at the allotted college for verification, failing to do so will cancel the candidature of that particular candidate.

  • NEET UG admit card  as issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education.
  • Date of Birth certificate (you can also put matriculation certificate).
  • The rank letter issued by Central Board of Secondary Education.
  • Matriculation certificate.
  • 10+2 mark sheet and certificate.
  • Two similar passport size photographs.
  • Category certificate, if applicable.

NEET Counselling Procedure 2021

Step 1- Online Registration

All qualified candidates need to register themselves online for the counselling process. Thereafter, they will be able to participate in the counselling process.

Step 2- Fill and Lock Your Choice Carefully

You can put your choice regarding colleges and courses as per your marks scored in the exam. After filling the choice it is also essential to lock them.

Step 3- College Allotment Notification

After a few days from completion of the choice filling process, candidates will receive a notification related to their allotted colleges. A college will be allotted to candidate according to his/her marks in NEET exam.

Step 4- Report to Your Allotted College

Candidates further need to report to the allotted college on scheduled date and time along with aforesaid documents. If you failed to report to your allotted college, the seat will be allotted to the next candidate. Selected candidates will have to undergo a medical test conducted at the Institute.

*If any document of a candidate is found wrong, he/she will be barred from next step of the selection procedure.

Counselling Fee

Candidates may have to pay a certain amount in order to participate in NEET counselling. Besides this, fee involved is also for taking admission to medical/dental colleges which is same as college fee including tuition fee and other components. Therefore, the fee that candidate have to pay after obtaining a seat will be the admission fee.

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