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Neet mbbs (UG) counselling process for 2019

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Posted 24 April 2019 - 02:45 PM

EET 2019 Counselling will commence from the second week of June 2019. State level counselling will be organized separately by the respective state authorities. Firstly, candidates have to register for counselling and fill their preferences for admission. 

Counselling for 15% All India Quota seats will be administrated by Medical Counselling Committee of the Directorate General of Health Services. Seats will be allotted to students as per their merit, category and availability of seats in colleges. Candidates who wish to resign from the allotted seat after the second round of MBBS NEET 2019 will have to participate in the online resignation process. Once a seat will allotted, candidates have to report to the allotted college within the notified schedule.

 

About NEET 2019

NEET 2019 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on May 5, 2019. NEET UG admit card 2019 has been issued to all candidates who have successfully completed the application process on April 15. The admit card can be downloaded online by entering one’s application/registration number, DOB, and security code. It has become the sole basis for MBBS/BDS admissions in the country, be it for private or government colleges, with the only exception being AIIMS and JIPMER institutions.

NEET 2019 scores will be used for admissions to approximately 66,620 MBBS and 27,060 BDS seats in India. Besides this, candidates who wish to pursue MBBS abroad are also now mandatorily required to appear for NEET. Besides MBBS and BDS, from this year onwards, NEET has also become compulsory for admission to AYUSH courses (BAMS/BUMS/BYMS/BSMS/BHMS) in India and 15% seats of B.Sc. Veterinary Science in government colleges.

With NEET being the single-window entrance test for India’s most coveted MBBS/BDS courses as well as many other allied medical seats, and over 13 lakhs candidates are expected to register for the exam, the question of what after NEET has never been more pertinent for MBBS/BDS aspirants given the high-stakes nature of the examination.





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