NEET 2019 has been started. The counseling is conducted every year by the MCC (Medical Council Committee). NEET is the national level examination for admission to MBBS & BDS courses offered by various government and private medical colleges of India. The examination is organized by the NTA (National Testing Agency). In this article, candidates can check the complete details about NEET counseling 2019 including procedure, schedule, and counseling for 15% all India quota & 85% state quota seats.
As per the information available on MCI & DCI websites, there was approximately 65K+ seats of MBBS in 470+ medical colleges and nearly 25K+ seats in BDS in 308+ Dental colleges available.
After the declaration of NEET result, the counseling has started through online mode. The candidates also get the NEET cut off marks after the declaration of result.
The counseling procedure for 15% All India Quota seats, Deemed Universities/Central Universities/Seats of ESIC & AFMC including BHU & AMU is managed by the Medical Council Committee.
All medical institutions consider NEET score for providing admission in MBBS/BDS courses.
The counseling for 15% All India Quota and 85% of State Quota seats are organized separately in all medical & dental colleges. The MCC conducts centralized counseling for all category candidates.
For management seats in private medical colleges, candidates need to apply separately in each college.
The MBBS/BDS seats are filled through NEET UG all over the country. The seats are filled in the following categories:
For 15% all India quota seats, the counseling is managed by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Government of India. The candidates those score above 15% All India cut-off would be able to participate in All India counseling.
In 15% AIQ counseling, all state medical and dental colleges participate in offering admissions in their campuses. Through this counseling, candidates can get admission in medical colleges located anywhere in India.
The seats are allotted as per the all India rank of the candidate and filled choices. Candidates, those will participate in this counseling can also take part in state quota counseling of their respective states.
For 85% State quota and other seats falling under the ambit of States, candidates may apply to their domicile states and a merit list as per State rules and based on All India Rank are prepared by concerned Counselling Authorities.
The counseling for Private Medical Colleges is also be conducted by the concerned State Counselling Authority. The 85% state quota counseling is conducted for admission in the state medical & dental colleges.
The details and schedule of counseling are made available on the websites of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Medical Education Directorates of States.
Candidates are advised to be in touch with the respective counseling authorities and institutions concerned for state counseling details.
Here, we have mentioned the official schedule of NEET counseling:
|Events (Centralize Counselling & All India
Quota/Deemed/Central Universities & ESIC)
|1st Round Counselling
|Starting of registration, choice filling & indicative seats||19th June 2019 (7:00 PM)|
|Closing of registration, choice filling & indicative seats||26th June 2019|
|Choice filling and locking||27th June 2019 (11:00 AM)|
|Processing of Seat Allotment||27th – 30th June 2019|
|Result of round 1||1st July 2019|
|Reporting to the allotted college||1st – 8th July 2019|
|2nd Round Counselling
|New Registration||11th – 13th July 2019|
|Exercising of choices and locking||12th July 2019|
|Processing of Seat Allotment||15th July 2019|
|Result of round 2||18th July 2019|
|Reporting to the allotted college||18th – 25th July 2019|
|Mop UP Round|
|Online Registration & Fee Payment||13th – 15th August 2019|
|Choice Filling/Locking for Mop Up||16th August 2019|
|Processing of Seat Allotment||17th August 2019|
|Result for Mop UP||18th August 2019|
|Reporting||20th – 26th August 2019|
Below we have mentioned the complete procedure to take part in the NEET 2019 counseling.
First of all, candidates have to do the registration by login to the official website.
Without doing registration, candidates are not able to fill the college and course choice.
On completing the registration process, a unique User ID & Password will be generated and sent to the candidate’s registered email ID and mobile number.
With the help of generated user ID and password, the candidate will be able to proceed for further process.
In this step, candidates have to fill the choices of course and colleges according to their preferences.
After this, candidates have to click on the ‘Save’ button to lock their filled choices.
Without saving the filled choices, the choices are not to be considered as locked choices.
So, candidates are advised not to forget to lock the preferences.
Within a few days of the choice locking, the seat allotment result has been declared by the authority.
Candidates can view the allotment result.
Candidates receive an SMS or email regarding allotment of course & college.
The seats are allotted as per the candidate’s filled choices.
The candidates those not satisfied with the allotted seats can modify the choices.
Candidates have to log in on the official website with their login credentials and modify the choices.
After modification, candidates have to lock the choices again.
When the seats are allotted to the candidates, they have to report the allotted college to confirm the seat.
Candidates have to pay the initial fee to confirm the seat and should complete the admission formalities.
In case the candidate will reach the allotted colleges after the given time period, then the seat will be transferred automatically to the next candidate.
If any candidate will not satisfy with the allotted seats, they can proceed for the next round of counseling.
Candidates those will be allotted seats in the second round of 15% All India Quota counseling are not allowed to vacant the seat.
After completion of NEET centralized online counseling, candidates have to report the allotted college in the stipulated time.
Candidates can report the concerned colleges with the downloaded allotment letter. Candidates need to carry the required documents in original with one set of photocopy.
At the time of admission candidates also have to submit the admission fee to confirm the seat. If any candidate will find ineligible in a later stage, his admission will be canceled and his seat will be transferred to the next candidate.
Candidates have to bring their original documents along with attested photocopies of documents.