NEET-UG Counselling Procedure 2021 for 15% All India Quota/ Central University/ Deemed University



Medical entrance exam NEET-UG is conducted by National Testing Agency(NTA) through which candidates get admission in all the medical colleges of India. NEET-UG exam 2021 was conducted offline on Sunday, 12 September. Results and answer key has already been released. Medical Council Committee (MCC) of DGHI conducts counselling for admission to medical colleges for MBBS & BDS courses across India. NEET counselling is divided into two parts i.e. All India Counselling & State Level counselling. The mode of counselling is ONLINE only.


All India counselling includes 15% AIQ seats, 100% seats of central universities (BHU/DU/AMU), all the AIIMS, JIPMER and Deemed university seats. MCC only does registration for AFMC admission and forwards all the data to the admission department of the respective Institute.

All India counselling have 2 rounds of online counselling followed by a mop-up round. Every information related to NEET-UG 2021 will be updated here soon.



Important Dates For NEET-UG Counselling

Event Name

Date

​NEET-UG ENTRANCE EXAM

​12 September 2021

NEET-UG Result

Before 30 October

Registration + Fee payment + Choice Filing (Round 1)

​To be Informed

Seat allotment Result

To be Informed

Reporting

To be Informed

Registration + Fee payment + Choice Filing (Round 2)

To be Informed

Seat allotment Result

To be Informed

Reporting

To be Informed

​Registration + Fee payment + Choice Filing (Mop-up Round)

To be Informed

Seat allotment result

To be Informed

Reporting

To be informed


Eligibility Criteria

NEET Qualified candidates can appear in counselling by registering themselves at official website of MCC.

· Qualified NEET-UG candidate can appear in AIQ counselling.

· Domicile Certificate


Documents for NEET-UG Counselling

Given below documents are required during the registration for the NEET-UG counselling 2021.

· NEET-UG 2021 Admit card

· Domicile Free

· For Central Universities/Institute

- Candidate, who have passed 10+2 from the recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English with the minimum aggregate score of 50%(UR) and 40% (SC/ST/OBC)


NEET COUNSELLING PROCEDURE 2021

MCC conducts NEET counselling every year in 4 rounds followed by a mop-up round and stray vacancy round. Counselling procedure is given below check it out-


HOW TO APPLY ?


Step 1- Registration

Visit MCC official website and click on “New Registration “ to register yourself for counselling.

Enter your-

· Roll Number

· Application Number

· Candidate Name

· Mother’s Name

· Date of Birth

· Active Mobile Number

· E-mail address

· Security pin( captcha code)

After entering all the information asked on the portal and new roll number and password will be generated. Through that roll number and password, all the rest procedures will take place.

Now click on “Candidate Login” given on the MCC website.

Enter the recently generated roll number and password.

Registration is completed. Download or take print out of the generated registration slip.


Step 2- Fee payment


After your successful registration, you’ll be asked to do the fee payment. There are two types of fee payment in NEET counselling, refundable & non-refundable fees.

Counselling fees can be paid through debit card/credit card/net banking. Fee payment information is given below-


Refundable payment:

Category

15% AIQ/Central University

Deemed University

General

10000

200000

SC/ST/OBC/PwD

5000

200000



Non-refundable payment

Category

15% AIQ/Central University

Deemed University

General

10000

5000

SC/ST/OBC/PwD

5000

5000


Step 3- Choice filling

Once the fee payment is done, choice filling facility will become available for a certain time at the given date.

· This is a very important step. In this step, candidates are asked to fill their preferred medical colleges. Candidates are advised to select colleges according to their NEET score to avoid any rejection in the seat allotment result.

· Candidates can see their filled colleges on the screen and can change it or reposition it according to their preference.

· When you’re done with choice filling you’ll be asked to enter the password in order to submit the choice filing.

· Candidates cannot further change anything, once the choices are locked and submitted.

· In the end, you can take a printout or download the choices you filled in.


Step 4- Result of Seat Allotment

MCC releases the result of choice filling in mostly two days after every round of counselling.

If the student is satisfied with the allotted college(step 5)

If the student is not satisfied with the allotted college, he/she can appear for the next round of counselling without any registration or fee payment. Students will be asked to modify the choices made in the first round because the former choices will be null and void.

If the student is new to the counselling, he/she has to start from the first step(registration) even for the second round.

Students who didn’t report to the institute even after the second round of counselling can enter the mop-up round.

In case, the student is okay with the allotted seat but seeking an up-gradation he/she will be asked to fill the “option form” or “willingness form”. After submitting this form, the student will become eligible for the second round of counselling. But, to avail this power student has to report to the institute and complete all the admission formalities. Once the student reports to the institute after the second round of counselling, he/she will not be able to appear in the mop-up round.


Step 5- Reporting

MCC gives candidates mostly 7 days to report to the institute after the allotment result. Now when the student is satisfied with the allotted college and not looking for any up-gradation. That student can report to the institute with the required documents(given below) and fees of the respective institute.


Documents required in Reporting

Students are advised to bring original documents alongwith some photocopy of required documents when reporting to the institute. All the essential documents are given below for reporting –