Three rounds of NEET UG Counselling are to be held, candidates can register online
The mop-up round for the National Eligibility Cumulative Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG) for all India quota, deemed, and central colleges will begin today under the direction of the Medical Counseling Committee. On December 1, the counselling procedure will come to an end. The deadline for enrolling at designated colleges is December 10. The official website, mcc.nic.in, is where applicants may register online.
Beginning on December 6 and running through December 12, mop up counselling for states will be available. The final day to sign up is December 16.
From December 12 to December 14 for all India quota, central, and deemed institutes, the stray vacancy round will start after the mop up round.
For all categories—all India quota, central and deemed institutes, as well as state counseling—the last day for students to enroll in their assigned colleges is December 20.
On November 15, the MCC released the round two NEET UG Counseling results. The deadline for round 2 candidates to report was November 22.
What is NEET UG counselling?
The next stage after passing the exam is NEET counselling. Through NEET counselling, candidates can enroll in medical schools anywhere in India. The candidate’s All India Rank and the college of their choice will determine how the seats are distributed.
NEET counselling is conducted offline and online
Depending on the state and central authorities, NEET UG counselling is offered both online and offline. Students who participate in online counselling must fill out online paperwork and follow online instructions. Participants in the offline counselling must go straight to the designated locations.
Who conducts NEET counselling for state and private colleges?
The separate counselling authorities of the state will conduct the counselling for 85% of the state quota seats and private institutions in that state.
Total three rounds of NEET counselling
In all, 3 rounds of NEET counselling are held, including a mop-up round held by Deemed/Central universities.
If a student does not get admission to Medical College
There is no need to worry if the student cannot get a place in a medical college. He or she can choose from a wide range of other equally fascinating and difficult subjects, like pharmacy, nutrition, clinical research, nursing, etc.