NEET 2017 Counseling Schedule For All India Quota Seats Released; See Here For Details
NEET 2017 counselling process has begun and the candidates can know more about the counselling dates, registration, choice filling here. The counselling process is completely online and the candidates have to log in to mcc.nic.in to lock their preference
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017(undergraduate course). Aspiring doctors now have the chance to apply for a seat in a medical/ dental college for an MBBS or bachelor’s of dental surgery (BDS) course.
CBSE-NEET UG 2017 Results
The process for admissions to medical college will begin now, so this is what candidates should know:
The all India counselling process will start on July 3 and CBSE NEET results will be used for admissions into approximately 65,170 seats of MBBS in 470 medical colleges and nearly 25,730 BDS seats in 308 Dental colleges across the country. The online process will be done on MCC official website, mcc.nic.in.
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has constituted a Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) for conducting Counselling for the admissions into this 15% all India quota seats.
Here is the detailed counselling schedule for all India quota seats:
- Registration, Choice Filling (From 5th ) & Indicative Seat: July 3 to July 11 (Registration will be open up to 05:00 PM of 11th July 2017 only)
- Choice filling and Locking: July 12(up to 05:00 PM of 12th July, 2017)
- Process of Seat Allotment – Round 1: July 13 to July 14
- Round 1 Result publication: July 15
Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College against 1st Round:July 16 to July 22 (up to 05:00 PM of July 22)
- Exercising of Choices and Locking(Round 2) & New Registration: August 1 to August 4 (Registration will be open up to 05:00 PM of August 4 only)
- Process of Seat Allotment – Round 2: August 5 to August 7
- Round 2 Result publication: August 8
- Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 2: August 9 to August 16 (up to 05:00 PM of August 17)
- Transfer of vacant seats to State Quota: August 16 (After 05:00 PM)
- MBBS/BDS first year session in these medical and dental colleges will be commenced from August 4.
NEET UG 2017 Answer Key
NEET 2017: Only two rounds of counselling for all-India quota seats in medical colleges
According to the directions issued to deemed universities and state governments, two rounds of counselling would be conducted instead of three.
According to the directions issued to deemed universities and state governments, two rounds of counselling would be conducted instead of three. Common counselling to all-India quota and state quota seats is to be conducted by the directorate general of health services (DGHS) and the state government (or designated authority), respectively.
Giving reasons for scrapping the third counselling, the directions read: “This will ensure that a few seats are reverted to the state quota and also all-India quota seats are filed by students from the all-India merit list only. The students who take admission in deemed universities pursuant to the second round of counselling conducted by the DGHS will not be eligible to participate in any other counselling.”
“Disallowing students who take admission under the all-India quota after the second counselling to vacate seats will stop the practice of blocking seats. However, the real effect will be seen only after its implementation. Not having a third round of counselling by the DGHS for the all-India quota seats may prove to be counterproductive,” said a Chandigarh-based NEET trainer.
NEET UG 2017: Tamil Nadu earmarks 85 per cent seats for board students.
After the NEET 2017 results were declared Tamil Nadu has decided to earmark 85% seats from the state quota to the students who have completed their class 12 from the state board under Department of School Education, Tamilnadu.
TN’s Health Minister C Vijayabaskar announced in the Tamil Nadu Assembly that 85 per cent of medical seats under the state quota would be kept aside for students who had pursued higher secondary education under the state board and the admission to these seats would be based on national level NEET scores. This apportionment will apply only to the state quota after excluding the all India quota of 15 per cent.
As per the news reports, the Tamil Nadu MBBS / BDS Admission will begin from July 17, 2017 at www.tnhealth.org. The online registration for it will start from June 27, 2017, announced the Health Secretary J. Radhakrishnan.