Jammu & Kashmir NEET 2019 Seat Allotment has been released. From the year 2017, only NEET exam is considered for providing admission to MBBS and BDS courses offered by various colleges in India. Jammu & Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (JKBOPEE) will have authority to conduct the counseling for state quota seats for admission in MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BUMS/BPT/DDH/CRC courses. Students from J&K state are not eligible for the 15% AIQ seats, therefore, their 100% seats will be filled through state quota basis. Here we are providing details about Jammu & Kashmir NEET Counselling 2019.

After the declaration of NEET result by the NTA board, the BOPEE conduct the counseling. The counseling process is organized in various rounds as per the availability of vacant seats.

Jammu & Kashmir MBBS/BDS Counselling Schedule 2019

Students can check here the official schedule of J&K MBBS/BDS Counselling:

Events Dates
Online registration/uploading of document 17th – 24th June 2019
Declaration of PSML 26th June 2019
Online filling up of preference forms 27th June – 2nd July 2019

Selection & Admission Procedure

Various steps of the counseling process are mentioned below:

  • After the declaration of NEET result, candidates have to go through the document verification process.
  • Candidates have to bring their original documents along with photocopies for the verification process.
  • After the completion of verification, a state merit list is published.
  • The merit list contains the candidate’s name, roll number, NEET score, state rank, etc.
  • After that, candidates can proceed for preference filling.
  • Candidates are required to pay the counseling fee of Rs. 1500/- at the time of filling the preferences.
  • Candidates are able to fill their choices of colleges and courses for admission via online mode.
  • Students can also fill preferences through physical counseling.
  • A mock rehearsal of filling preferences will be provided through the website.
  • Candidates must fill maximum choices for seat allotment.
  • Seats will be allotted to candidates on the basis of merit list, preferences filled by candidates, reservation criteria and availability of seats.
  • Candidates may check their seat allotment through the website.
  • After the seat allotment, candidates are required to report to the allotted college.
  • Candidates have to bring the required fees and documents at the allotted college to confirm their admission.

Reservation Criteria

Reservation of seats is done as per the state reservation policy. Here we have mentioned the reservation criteria of different categories:

Categories Reservation for male & female
Open Merit (OM) 50%
Scheduled Castes (SC) 8%
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 6% for Gujjars and Bakerwals/ 2% for Residents of District Leh & Kargil and 1% for others
Weak and Under Privileged Classes/Social Castes (OSC) 2%
Residents of Backward Area (RBA) 20%
Residents of Area Adjoining Actual Line of Control (ALC) 3%
*Children of Defense Personnel 3%
Children of Para-military Forces and State Police Personnel 1%
**Candidates possessing outstanding proficiency in sports (SP) 2%
Poor & Backward (P&B) 10 seats in ASCOMS

Documents Required

In the document verification process, candidates are required to carry their original documents along with photocopies. Here we have mentioned the documents required at the time of verification:

  • Matriculation (10th) certificate
  • Date of birth certificate
  • 12th or equivalent exam certificates
  • NEET rank card
  • State subject certificate
  • Category certificate (if applicable)
  • P&B certificate
  • Domicile certificate
  • Passport size photographs
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