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 NEET 2021

ABOUT NEET 2021:

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NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is a national level-based entrance examination meant for taking admissions in medical colleges/Universities. The criteria for getting admission are to qualify NEET. National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the official date for conducting NEE 2021 i.e. August 01, 2021. The Application form with Brochure for NEET 2021 has been released on the official website of NTA. Students have to analyse their NEET score which is the base of qualifying to access admission in medical colleges/Universities. The different medical colleges/Universities have their cut offs which is meant to scrutinize the creamy layer for the purpose of taking those who are bright in studies and willing to make their career in medical field. If the students meet the cut off demands, ranking and score they were called for counselling sessions at the college/University for taking admissions.

Students have to serious and sincere and have zeal to make their career in medical field start preparing for the NEET exam at the beginning of their 12th standard. The subjects that have been asked in NEET are Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. The questions are objective type and there are 180 questions for 3 Hours i.e. 1 minute provided to solve one question. For every correct answer, 4 marks are allotted and for every wrong answer, 1 mark is deducted.

Fast Fact about NEET 2021:

ParticularsDetails
Exam NameNEET
Official website of NTA NEETntaneet.nic.in
Conducting authorityNational Testing Agency
Number of registered aspirants in the previous session15.97 lakh aspirants
Total Candidates appeared for NEET 202190%
Credentials Required to Login NEET PortalRoll number, date of birth and security pin
NEET Cutoff percentileUR – 50 SC/ST/OBC – 40 UR PWD – 45
Validity of NEET ResultFor academic session
Admission through NEET 15% All India Quota seats, 85% State Quota seats
Courses offered through NEETMBBS, BDS, BUMS, BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, BNYS, etc.

NEET 2021 Important dates:

EventsDate 
NEET 2021 Exam Date (Out)August 1, 2021
NEET 2021 Application Form Date2nd week of March 2021
Last date to fill NEET Application Form4th week of March 2021
Availability of admit card4th week of April 2021
Declaration of result4th week of July 2021
Counselling will commence fromAugust 2021

NEET 2021 Application Form:

The candidates have to login to the official website of NTA i.e. ntaneet.nic.in. The application form for the same is expected to be released in the 2nd week of March. There are certain steps that need to be followed in order to complete the registration process. Candidates have to follow the below-mentioned steps:

 Step 1: First of all the candidates have to visit the official website of NTA and generate the NEET Registration number and Password by providing accurate details.

Step 2: The candidates then have to use the registration number and password as login credentials and fill in the application form with the personal and academic details. The candidates also have to fill in their preferred test centre. The candidates must follow the below-mentioned details and keep these documents ready prior filling the application form.

DocumentsSpecificationsSize and FormatSpecification for tool
PhotographLatest photograph

White background

80% face coverage, ears clearly visible, on white background

Size – 10 Kb to 200 Kb

Format – JPG

2.5 x 3.5 inches with 72 DPI
Postcard size pictureMust be taken in recent times

Preferably with name and date of taking the photograph.

Photograph should not be with cap or goggles.

80% face coverage, ears clearly visible, on white background

4″x6″ (Size 50 kb – 300 kb),4.25 x 3.5 inches with 72 DPI
SignatureWhite Background

Sign with black pen

Signature must not be in capital letters.

Size – 4 Kb to 30 Kb

Format – JPG

2.5 x 3.5 inches with 72 DPI
Left-hand thumb impressionIn case of any eventuality of left-hand thumb being unavailable, right-hand thumb impression may be used

Blue ink on white paper

Size: 10 kb to 50 kb2.5 x 3.5 inches with 72 DPI
Class 10 passing certificateThe candidate should scan his/her Class X Passing Certificate for uploadingSize- 100 KB to 400 KB2.5 x 3.5 inches with 72 DPI

Step 3: The candidates have to upload their details i.e. photographs, signature and other details as asked by the NTA in their guidelines.

Step 4: The candidates have to pay their registration fees via online mode i.e.

CategoriesApplication Fee
General/OBC CandidatesRs. 1,500/-
General-EWS/ OBC-NCL*Rs 1400/-
SC/ST/PH CandidatesRs. 800/-

Step 5: At last the candidates have to save and submit the registration cum application form and take multiple print out for future reference.

Eligibility Criteria for MBBS Admission 2021:

  • NEET is mandatory for the candidates willing to get admission in medical courses. This exam is for Indian as well as overseas candidates.
  • Applicant should be 17 years old as on December 31, 2021, while the upper age limit for general category candidates should be 25 years. There will be a relaxation of 5 years for reserved category candidates i.e. SC/ST.
  • It is compulsory for candidates to have a domicile of the state for admission to NEET UG. If an applicant has completed their Class 10th and 12th from the schools located in the state, they do not have to provide their domicile certificate.
  • In case any candidate has passed either Class 10th or 12th outside the state, then they have to submit the general domicile certificate.
  • The candidates can attempt the NEET Exam, as many times, as they can and they wish till the maximum age is attained by them.
  • The foreign nationals and the overseas citizens of India or NRI’s are entitled to get reservations of 15% of the All India Quota seats. The Jammu and Kashmir candidates are not eligible for this reservation.
  • Candidates have to complete their Class 12th with an aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English subjects. While reserved category candidates have to qualify Class 12 with 40% and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) has to secure at least 45%

Note: Students who have secured minimum cut-off marks mentioned by the authority are eligible to participate in AIQ (All India Quota) counseling for NEET-UG and state-level quota under NEET UG Counselling. Under AIQ i.e. 15% in all over India basis any student can apply the rest 85% Quota is reserved for the state only.

NEET 2021 Syllabus:

There are different topics that has to covered in order to crack the NEET exam. There are certain books and authors that are highly recommended by the school authorities in order to qualify the NEET exam. An aspirant has to go through the syllabus suggested by NTA prior to preparing for the NEET exam. Below mentioned are the syllabus for every subject that needs to be covered:

NEET 2021 Physics Syllabus:

Topics from Class 11 PhysicsTopics from Class 12 Physics
GravitationOptics
ThermodynamicsAtoms and Nuclei
KinematicsDual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Physical World and MeasurementElectronic Devices
Laws of MotionElectromagnetic Current and Alternating Current
Work, Energy, and PowerCurrent Electricity
Properties of Bulk MatterElectromagnetic Waves
Oscillations and WavesMagnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic TheoryElectrostatics
Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

NEET 2021 Chemistry Syllabus

Topics from Class 11 ChemistryTopics from Class 12 Chemistry
HydrocarbonsAlcohols, Phenols and Ether
HydrogenBiomolecules
Environmental ChemistryChemistry in Everyday Life
Organic Chemistry – Some Basic PrinciplesSolid State
s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)p-Block Elements
Redox ReactionsElectrochemistry
States of Matter: Gases and LiquidsSurface Chemistry
EquilibriumSolutions
ThermodynamicsChemical Kinetics
Some Basic Concepts of ChemistryPolymers
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structured- and f-Block Elements
Structure of AtomAldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
Some p-Block ElementsGeneral Principles and Processes of Isolation of Compounds
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in PropertiesOrganic Compounds containing Nitrogen
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Coordination Compounds

NEET 2021 Biology Syllabus:

Topics from Class 11 BiologyTopics from Class 12 Biology
Human PhysiologyGenetics and Evolution
Cell Structure and FunctionBiotechnology and its Application
Structural Organization in Plants and AnimalsBiology and Human Welfare
Diversity and Living WorldReproduction
Plant PhysiologyEcology and Environment

 

NEET 2021 Exam Pattern:

The candidates must know the exam pattern in order to prepare in a systematic manner.

Name of the ExaminationNational Eligibility cum Entrance Exam
Mode of ExaminationOffline
Total no. of Section in the question paper3
Frequency of ExamOnce a year
Total Marks720
Total Number of Questions in the examination180
Marks per question4
Negative marking-1 each wrong answer
Name of SectionsBiology
Chemistry
Physics
Language in which the NEET UG question paper availableEnglish, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Kannada, Assamese, Urdu, Marathi

NEET 2021 Distribution of marks as per subjects:

Name of SubjectNumber of QuestionMax MarksTotal Marks
Biology904X90360
Chemistry454X45180
Physics454X45180
Total180720

NEET 2021 Admit Card:

Admit card is one of the most important documents that has to keep with the candidates before and after giving the examination. The admit card contains detail like name, photograph, signature, preferred language, exam centre, etc. NTA will release the admit card via online mode. The candidates can access their admit card by entering few details like registration number, Date of Birth, and a security PIN. Candidates must note that they have to carry a Valid Photo ID proof in along with Admit card at the examination centre. The candidates have to follow certain steps to download the admit card.

 Step 1: Visit the official website of NTA.

Step 2: Click on the tab that mention download admit card NEET 2021

Step 3: Enter the login credentials like Registration number, date of birth, etc

Step 4: The admit card will open in a new tab with a prompt of download

Command

Step 5: Download and Print the Admit card and keep it safe till the admission

process completes

NEET 2021 Result:

ParticularsDetails
NEET 2021 exam dateTo be announced
NEET result dateAugust 1, 2021
Last date to download the resultUp to 90 days from date of NEET result 2021
Official website to download resultsntaneet.nic.in
Declaring authorityNational Testing Agency
Number of aspirants expected to registerOver 15 lakh
Number of candidates qualified NEET 20217,71,500
Credentials to check NEET UG result 2021Roll number, date of birth and security pin
Details printed on the scorecardName, subject-wise and total marks, percentile scores, AIR for 15% AIQ seats, cutoff score
Validity of resultFor academic session 2021-22
For candidates wishing to pursue medicine abroad, the NEET result will be valid for three years
Admission through NEET 2021 result15% All India Quota seats

85% State Quota seats

Seats in Deemed Universities

Seats in Central Universities

Management/NRI seats

Central Pool seats

15 AIIMS institutes

2 JIPMER campuses

Courses offered through NEETMBBS, BDS, BUMS, BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, BNYS, B.V.Sc and AH courses

NEET 2021 Cut off:

NEET 2021 cut off will be released with the result. The candidates were given admission on the basis of cut off as different colleges have different cut-off. So, it is advised to the candidates to analyze the previous cut off. Below mentioned is the cut-off for the year 2020 for a different category.

CategoryQualifying CriteriaMarks Range 2021Marks Range 2020
UR50th PercentileTo be announced720-147
OBC40th PercentileTo be announced146-113
SC40th PercentileTo be announced146-113
ST40th PercentileTo be announced146-113
UR / EWS & PH45th PercentileTo be announced146-129
OBC & PH40th PercentileTo be announced128-113
SC & PH40th PercentileTo be announced128-113
ST & PH40th PercentileTo be announced128-113

How to download NEET 2021 Result:

 Step 1: Visit the official website of NTA i.e. ntaneet.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the tab that mention view NEET UG 2021 result

Step 3: Enter the login credentials like Registration number, date of birth, etc

Step 4: The NEET 2021 Result will open in a new tab with a prompt of

download Command

Step 5: NEET 2021 Rank card will be displayed on the screen

Step 5: Download and Print the NEET Result and keep it safe till the admission

process completes

NEET Rank Predictor:

NEET Rank Predictor is a tool provided by various online educational analysts to predict the chances of the student in getting admission in medical colleges via giving entrance exam i.e. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) conducted by the central authority known as NTA (National Testing Agency). This examinational is conducted across India for taking admissions in all medical/dental colleges of India. NEET Rank Predictor tool is used to predict the rank of the students before the official announcement of the result. By using the NEET Rank Predictor candidates can make speculation about the list of colleges that they are going to get after giving their NEET Exam. NEET Rank Predictor is not 100% accurate as it is based on the data provided by the candidates on the basis of the answers he/she had opted while giving the NEET Exam. NEET Rank Predictor will give the tentative idea about rank and score that they are going to get in the official declaration of NEET Result. Students can only speculate on NEET Rank Predictor tool and it is not the final result, hence the final decision should be made only after the declaration of the NEET Result.

How to use NEET Rank Predictor:

For using this tool candidates must follow the steps mentioned below:

  • On the webpage find the box mentioning “Use NEET Rank Predictor Tool”.
  • The click on the box will open a new webpage.
  • There will be an online form type format where the candidate must fill his details like Name, Email, Mobile Number, State and Expected NEET Score.
  • After filling up the details there is an option of “Check Now” at the bottom of the webpage.
  • The expected NEET Rank will be displayed on the screen.

How does NEET Rank Predictor works:

The NEET Rank Predictor works on the framework of the previous years’ ranks, after analysing it compares them with the present year. Thus by comparing the difficulty level of questions in both the years the tool predicts the ranks of the candidate. For this students can use their answer keys to check their ranks. NEET Answer key is provided just after a week’s time after the examinations are over.

The prediction of the NEET Rank Predictor is completely based on the data fed into the tool. More the accuracy of the score entered more accurate will be the prediction. NEET Rank Predictor is not 100% accurate, but if the data entered is correct then it would give you a tentative idea about the rank of the candidates would attain after the final announcement of the NEET Result.

 Benefits of using NEET Rank Predictor:

After taking the data of the institutes providing medical courses a database is prepared. The data help the candidate/student to analyze his/her probability in getting the desired college as per his expectation in the NEET Exam. Apart from this there are other benefits of using these predictor tools:

  • A tentative idea provided by the predictor tool makes the students mentally prepare for getting a college.
  • The colleges are ranked, based on their placement records, infrastructure, reviews of the students, etc which provides them ratings and ranks. This could help the candidates in analyzing themselves as which college they are getting as per their scores.
  • It also analyse the students’ true potential and where he stands in this competitive world.
  • If expectation meets the needs the students/ candidate then they stay one step ahead from other students and prepare themselves well in the process of getting admission.
  • The medical aspirants can target right college at the right time based on their performance.

NEET College Predictor:

NEET College Predictor is a tool provided by various online educational analysts to predict the chances of the student in getting admission in medical colleges via giving entrance exam i.e. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) conducted by the central authority known as NTA (National Testing Agency). This examinational is conducted across India for taking admissions in all medical/dental colleges of India. NEET College Predictor tool is used to predict the probability of getting the desired colleges as per the ranks of the students before the beginning of the counseling process. By using NEET College Predictor candidates can make the speculation about the list of colleges that they are going to get after giving their NEET Exam. NEET College Predictor is not 100% accurate as it is mere speculation made on the basis of ranks and the previous years’ cut-off of various institutes.

Factors affecting the NEET College Predictor

  • The number of candidates appeared in that particular session.
  • NEET Difficulty level of Exam.
  • Previous year cut off trend and their analysis.
  • Seats available in different courses and different colleges.

How to use NEET College Predictor:

For using this tool candidates must follow the steps mentioned below:

  • On the webpage find the box mentioning Predictor
  • Then click on the option on a new webpage containing ‘NEET Rank Predictor”.
  • There will be an online form type format where the candidate must fill his details like Name, Email, Mobile Number, State and Expected NEET Rank.
  • Once the details provided candidates would be registered with the mobile number and an OTP will be sent to their phones providing them their ranks
  • With their rank they can use it another predictor tool i.e. “NEET College Predictor”
  • Under this a new webpage allows you to enter your NEET Rank and the list of colleges that will come as per the rank will be provided to you.

How does NEET College Predictor works:

The NEET College Predictor works on the framework of the previous years’ ranks, after analyzing it compares them with the present year. Thus by comparing the difficulty level of questions in both the years the tool predicts the ranks as well as the list of colleges that will come under those ranks. For this students must know their ranks via Rank Predictor which is based on the answers opted by the students with the answer key provided by the NEET. NEET Answer key is provided just after a week’s time after the examinations are over.

The prediction of the NEET College Predictor is completely based on the data fed into the tool. More the accurate the rank would be more accurate would be the prediction. NEET College Predictor is not 100% accurate, but if the data entered is correct then it would give you a tentative idea about the list of colleges that the candidates would attain after the final announcement of the NEET Result.

Benefits of using NEET College Predictor:

After taking the data of the institutes providing medical courses a database is prepared. The data help the candidate/student to analyze his/her probability in getting the desired college as per his expectation in the NEET Exam. Apart from this there are other benefits of using these predictor tools:

  • A tentative idea provided by the predictor tool make the students mentally prepare for getting a college.
  • The colleges are ranked, based on their placement records, infrastructure, reviews of the students, etc which provides them ratings and ranks. This could help the candidates in analysing themselves as which college they are getting as per their scores.
  • It also analyze the students’ true potential and where he stands in this competitive world.
  • If expectation meets the needs the students/ candidate then they stay one step ahead from other students and prepare themselves well in the process of getting admission.
  • The medical aspirants can target right college at the right time based on their performance.

NEET UG Counselling 2021:

NEET Counselling is a seat allotment process for all the medical institutes (MBBS/BDS) in the country is done by the Medical Counselling Committee/ Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. NEET Counselling can be done for all the quotas in the country i.e. 15% All India Quota, 85% State Quota, Management Quota, Institutional Quota. NEET Counselling by MCC is conducted for all the Central Universities, Deemed Universities, Medical Colleges under ESIC, Armed Forces Medical Colleges. The important notices can be posted at the official website i.e. www.mcc.nic.in and www.aaccc.gov.in. The merit list is prepared by the medical counseling committee and seat distribution is on the basis of the merit list.

The process of seat allotment on the basis of merit and the preference of the colleges chosen by the candidates in the MBBS/BDS course are termed at NEET Counselling. The body that is responsible for conducting the counseling is known as Counselling Authority. The counselling is done on Online and Offline basis, under online counselling process the whole system is operated by the computer program whereas for Offline process the candidates have to be present for the seat allotment process.

Types of NEET Counselling:

For taking MBBS/BDS admissions there are three counseling bodies working on their respective set of principles for conducting counseling. Aspirants seeking admissions in MBBS/BDS courses can register themselves on all three counseling authorities. In all the three below-mentioned counseling authorities NEET Score is the only way to get admission.

  1. C.C. (Medical Counselling Committee)
  2. State Counselling Authority (State DME)
  3. Counseling for Central Pool Quota

MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)

The Medical Counselling Committee comes under the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare; Government of India is responsible for granting admission in MBBS/BDS/PG courses. MCC is a centralized counseling committee, the whole counselling process is online from the beginning of the Registration process till the seat allotment. MCC allows admission on all India Basis taking aspirants from across India irrespective of the states they belong to.

All India Quota, AIIMS, JIPMER, Deemed University, Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune,DU & IP Internal Quota

Central Universities (AMU, BHU, University of Delhi), ESIC Quota.

  1. All India Quota Seats:

MCC conducts counselling for All India Quota Seats. In India except AIIMS and AFMC all the government medical colleges gives 15% All India Quota Reservation. In this reservation, only Jammu & Kashmir is an exceptional state. This means that under this 15% seats any candidate from any state can take admission.

  1. AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences):

There are total 15 AIIMS having 1150 seats. Till 2019 there is an examination and counselling conducted by the AIIMS authority for granting admission in their college, but after NMC bill AIIMS started accepting NEET Score for providing admission and the counselling is conducted by MCC.

  1. JIPMER (Jawahar Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research):

In JIPMER, Puducherry there are total 249 medical seats. There are two campuses namely Puducherry and Karaikal. Till 2019 there is an examination and counselling conducted by the JIPMER authority for granting admission in their college, but after NMC bill, JIPMER started accepting NEET Score for providing admission and the counselling is conducted by MCC. JIPMER ranks in top 5 Medical Institutes of the country.

  1. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC):

AFMC is located in Pune, Maharashtra. It is affiliated to Maharashtra Institute of Health Sciences. It ranks in the top 5 Medical Institute of the country.

  1. DU & IP Internal Quota (Delhi University and Indraprastha University Quota):

There is 85% state quota for the candidates who are a permanent  resident of Delhi or have done their 10th and 12th grade schooling from Delhi/NCR. The counselling of these candidates is conducted by MCC.

  1. Central Universities (AMU/BHU/University of Delhi/Jamia Millia  Islamia, Delhi):

In India, there are three Central Universities for MBBS and One central  University i.e. Jamia Millia Islamia for BDS course. Counseling for all the seats in these Central Universities is conducted by MCC.

  1. ESIC Quota (Employees State Insurance Corporation):

Candidates whose parents are working in the Government or Private  Sector company/industry/institute where there is the minimum Strength of employees is 10 or more than 10 are insured by the Company and are known as Insured Person or IP.

  1. Deemed University:

MCC also conducts counseling for Deemed Universities. These are Private University which have own Medical Colleges. There is no

Category Quota in these colleges.

 

State Counselling Authority (State DME)

All the states in India have DME i.e. Directorate of Medical Education that conducts counselling state wise and gives admission to the 85% seats in government medical colleges and 100% seats in Private Medical College on the basis of NEET Score. The candidates belongs to different states can take admission in Private or Government Medical College to their respective states. However, there are 11 states that allow admission in private medical to the candidates who are coming from other states, the term used for it is Open State.

Counselling for Central Pool Quota

The Central Government of India has departments where government employees are working has the reserved quota and the counselling is done by the concerned ministry. There are several states where there is no Government Medical College; there the Private Medical Colleges provide seat reservations under central Pool Quota to the government employees.

There are generally two rounds of counseling for the seats allotted by the medical colleges, but sometimes the seats would not get filled so the mop-up round is called for.

NEET Counselling Procedure

There are generally two rounds of counselling for the seats allotted by the medical colleges, but sometimes the seats would not get filled so the mop up round is called for. For all those who are applying for NEET Counselling have to follow the below mentioned steps:

 Registration for NEET Counselling 2021

Step 1: Visit the official website of Medical Council Committee (MCC)     i.e. www.mcc.nic.in and register them for NEET UG Counselling. The registration contains general details and a valid mobile number as the OTP is send to that number in order to complete the registration process.

 Step 2: The students then have to log in to the website by providing the credentials provided to them in the previous step i.e. a Roll number and Password.

Step 3: A new page pop up onto the screen where the student have to enter the details like Registration No., Roll No., Mother’s Name, Contact No., etc. After entering all the details asked click on the submit button.

Step 4: All the details provided by the students will take a form of NTA database and the registration process completed by clicking on the confirm registration. Students are advised to save the page and take a print out for future references.

Fee Payment for NEET Counselling 2021:

After the completion of the registration the students can opt for refundable or non refundable counselling fee. The counselling fee can be paid via online mode i.e. Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Net Banking.

For Deemed Universities

Non Refundable Registration fee           INR 5, 000/-

Refundable Security amount                  INR 2, 00, 000/-

 For (15% All India Quota)/ Central Universities (DU, AMU, BHU and Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi)/AFMS & ESI:

CategoryNon Refundable Registration feeRefundable security amount
URINR 1000/-INR 10,000/-
SC/ ST/ OBC/ PH candidates.INR 500/-INR 5,000/-

 NEET 2021 Choice Locking/Filling-

Once the counselling fee is paid the applicant have an option to choose the college he wants to take admission in, the option will be categorically in the manner of their preference. Before selecting the college an applicant must have all the details about the college as the seat allotment is based on his choice selection.

NEET 2021 Allotment of Seat-

Students can log in to the official website and check the result of seat of seat allotment. Keeping in mind the government reservation policy the seats were allotted to the candidates as per their ranks and choices filled by them. A list of candidates who had registered for UG NEET 2021 Counselling is released by MCC. The list is associated with the schedule for offline verification of the documents and the payment of admission fee.

NEET Counselling 2021 Second Round:

Students who are not satisfied with the colleges provided to them on their NEET score or the merit list prepared by the MCC, can apply for the second round of counselling. Students need not to pay the counselling fee again and can use the old log in id and password for applying for the second round of counselling.

NEET Counselling 2021 Counselling Letter

Again the applicants need their log in id and password in order to download and take the print out of the counselling letter allotted to them by the college/institute. Candidates are now required to report to the centre allotted to them in the letter to reserve their seats. Students are also advised to take the hard copy of the counselling letter at the verification centres.

 NEET UG Counselling Documents requirement

The candidate must carry the below mentioned documents in order to get hassle free counselling sessions:

  • NEET 2021 Admit Card
  • NEET 2021 Score Card
  • 10th Class Mark Sheet and Certificate
  • 12th Class Mark Sheet and Certificate
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Category Proof if applying for any reserved category.
  • ID Proof (Driving License, Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, etc)
  • Passport size Photographs
  • Residence Proof (Driving License, Aadhaar Card, Passport, etc)
  • Receipt of Registration deposit.
  • Provisional allotment letter generated online

MBBS Admission Counselling

  • For MBBS admissions through NEET-UG, candidates will be asked to submit an application for the entrance test within the predetermined date and time. The application forms can be filled in and submitted on the official website of the National Testing Agency (NTA), examination-conducting body for NEET-UG.
  • After the application form has been submitted and all other conditions have been completed, which include online improvement of NEET-UG forms, the candidates will be called to contribute in the entrance test.
  • With the suitable NEET-UG admit card in hand along with other important documents, the candidates will be allowed to effort the entrance test and take their chance at grabbing a impressive MBBS seat in one of the famous MBBS colleges of India
  • After attempting the entrance test, the NEET-UG results will be unrestricted and consequently merit lists containing the names of all candidates in the order of merit.
  • After the examinations, candidates can opt for applying for AIQ and/or State Quota, wherein, they will be able to apply to the medical colleges across India or in their exacting choice of state.
  • The Medical Counselling Committee will release the AIQ merit lists of all candidates, for the time being, the Directorate of Medical Education of each state will release the merit lists pertaining to the particular states alone.
  • To sit for the All India Quota conducted by the MCC, the candidates will be required to register themselves and apply for the counselling processes. Once, registered, candidates must log in to the website and fill in their choices for the college and course.
  • To help substantiate their choices, mock seat allotment processes will be conducted for the student, to measure if they will be able to receive a seat at the favourite choice of college.
  • Once confirmed, the students will be asked to lock their choices and wait for the seat allotment processes. These choices once locked will not be changed at a further stage.

State wise seats and counselling authorities for NEET Counselling

Andaman & Nicobar NEET Counselling:

There is only one Government Medical College at Andaman & Nicobar Island. The college is affiliated to Pondicherry University. There are 112 seats and has been divided under the different category and quota.

Andhra Pradesh NEET Counselling:

There are 12 government medical colleges having total intake capacity of 2360 in MBBS Course and 17 Private Medical Colleges having 2650 seats for MBBS Course. All these colleges are affiliated to Dr. N.T.R. University of health Sciences. Andhra Pradesh is an open state where residents of Andhra Pradesh only can take admission in Private and Government Medical College. Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijaywada is the competent authority responsible for conducting ANDHRA PRADESH MBBS counselling for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for the admission in MBBS/BDS courses in medical/dental colleges of ANDHRA PRADESH.

Arunachal Pradesh NEET Counselling:

In Arunachal Pradesh there is only one Government Medical College and No Private Medical College. There are total 50 seats in the MBBS course at this college and is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh. Directorate of Higher and Technical Education, Itanagar is the competent authority responsible for conducting ARUNCHAL PRADESH MBBS counselling for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for the admission in MBBS/BDS courses in medical/dental colleges of ARUNCHAL PRADESH.

Assam NEET Counselling:

There are total 7 Government Medical Colleges and No Private Medical College in Assam. All these Government Medical Colleges are affiliated to Srimanta Shankardeva University of Health Sciences. Directorate of Medical Education (DME), Government of Assam is the competent authority responsible for conducting ASSAM MBBS counselling for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for the admission in MBBS/BDS courses in medical/dental colleges of ASSAM.

Bihar NEET Counselling:

There are 9 Government Medical Colleges in Bihar having 1140 MBBS seats and 6 Private Medical Colleges having 700 seats in MBBS course. The State government has a direct functioning body named as Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB), Bihar is responsible for conducting NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) counselling for the admission in undergraduate, post graduate and sBIHARer speciality courses in Bihar.

Chattisgarh NEET Counselling:

There are 6 Government Medical Colleges having 770 seats in MBBS courses. Apart from this there are 3 Private Medical Colleges having 450 seats in MBBS Course. All these Private and Government Medical colleges were affiliated to Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay Memorial Health Sciences and Ayush University, Raipur. The State government has a direct functioning body named as DGMET i.e. Directorate of Medical Education, Raipur, CHHATTISGARH responsible for conducting NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) counselling

Delhi NEET Counselling:

In Delhi there are 7 Government Medical Colleges having 1115 seats in MBBS course, one Army trust Medical College having 100 seat. Apart from this there is a Deemed University (Hamdard University). Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi under Directorate General of Health Services, Delhi is the competent authority responsible for conducting DELHI MBBS counselling for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for the admission in MBBS/BDS courses in medical/dental colleges of DELHI.

Gujarat NEET Counselling:

In the state of Gujarat there are 6 Government Medical Colleges which are having 1500 seats in MBBS course. There are 8 Government Society Medical College having 1319 seats in MBBS course. There are 3 Municipal Medical Colleges having 650 seats in MBBS course and 11 Private Medical Colleges having 1700 as total seats in MBBS course. Admission Committee for Professional Undergraduate Medical Educational Courses (ACPUGMEC) is the competent authority responsible for conducting GUJARAT MBBS counselling for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for the admission in MBBS/BDS courses in medical/dental colleges of GUJARAT.

Haryana NEET Counselling:

There are 5 Government Medical Colleges having 810 seats in MBBS course. There is one Maharaja Agrasen Medical College, Agroha is a medical college that comes under the state government of Haryana. There are 4 Private Medical Colleges having 600 seats in MBBS Course. The State government has a direct functioning body named as DMER i.e. Director of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh under Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, Haryana is responsible for conducting NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) counselling for the admission in undergraduate, post graduate and super speciality courses in Haryana.

Himachal Pradesh NEET Counselling:

There are 6 Government Medical Colleges in Himachal Pradesh and there are 720 seats in MBBS course. There are only one Private Medical College which is having 150 seats in MBBS course. HP University, Shimla is the competent authority responsible for conducting HP MBBS counselling for NEET.

Jammu & Kashmir NEET Counselling:

Jammu & Kashmir does not participate in All India Quota therefore all the seats in Jammu & Kashmir are reserved for the candidates who are living in the state. Here, candidates from other states cannot take admissions. There are 7 Government Medical Colleges comprises of total 885 seats in MBBS course. There is one Private Medical College which is having 100 seats in MBBS course. The J&K Board of Professional Entrance Examination (JKBOPEE) is the competent authority responsible for conducting JAMMU & KASHMIR MBBS counselling for NEET.Jharkhand NEET Counselling:

In Jharkhand there are 6 Government Medical Colleges having 580 MBBS Seats.  In these 3 medical colleges were started in 2019. The Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB), Ranchi is the competent authority responsible for conducting JHARKHAND MBBS counselling for NEET

Karnataka NEET Counselling:

In Karnataka there are 17 Government Medical Colleges having 2600 seats in MBBS course, in this All India Quota seats are 384. There are 33 Private Medical Colleges having 4845 MBBS seats in total. The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA), Bangalore is the competent authority responsible for conducting Karnataka MBBS counselling for NEET.

Kerala NEET Counselling:

Kerala is an open state provides a great platform for the students giving wings to their dreams of being a professional in the field of medical science and an open state means that means All India Candidates are eligible for taking admission. It has ten Govt. Medical Colleges having a total of 1555 seats from which 231 are reserved for AIQ. It also includes 19 Private Colleges having 2200 MBBS seats of which 333 seats are reserved under AIQ.

Maharashtra NEET Counselling:

Maharashtra is a close state which means candidates living in Maharashtra are the only ones eligible for admission. It has 24 Govt. Medical Colleges having a total of 4230 seats from which 610 are reserved for AIQ Quota. It also has 17 Pvt. Medical Colleges having a total of 2120 seats. The Commissioner, State CET Cell, Mumbai is the competent authority responsible for conducting MAHARASHTRA MBBS counselling for NEET.

Punjab NEET Counselling:

Punjab has total 3 Govt. Medical Colleges having 90 seats under AIQ and 510 Under state Quota which makes it a total of 600. It has 6 Pvt. Colleges having a total of 775 seats. Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot is the competent authority responsible for conducting PUNJAB MBBS counselling for NEET.

Rajasthan NEET Counselling:

Rajasthan has 14 Govt. Medical Colleges having a total of 2600 seats. There are 8 private Medical Colleges having 1300 seats in total. The Office of the Chairman, NEET UG Medical and Dental Admission/Counselling Board and The Principal & Controller, SMS Medical College (Sawai Man Singh Medical College), Jaipur is responsible for conducting NEET

Odisha NEET Counselling:

OJEE provides a great platform for the students giving wings to their dreams of being a professional in the field of medical science. It has 7 Government medical colleges and 2 private medical colleges. Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) Cell, on behalf of the Directorate of Medical Education and Training, Bhubaneswar is the competent authority responsible for conducting ODISHA MBBS counselling for NEET

Tamil Nadu NEET Counselling: Tamil Nadu is an open state So, the management seats in all private colleges are available for all the Indian candidates of any Indian state. Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET), Tamil Nadu is the competent authority responsible for conducting TAMIL NADU MBBS counselling for NEET.

 West Bengal NEET Counselling: West Bengal has 18 Medical Colleges having 3000 seats in total. It also has 6 Pvt. Colleges having 700 Pvt. Seats in total.

West Bengal Medical Council Committee under Department of Health & Family Welfare (DHFW), Kolkata is the competent authority responsible for conducting WEST BENGAL MBBS counselling for NEET.

Uttarakhand NEET Counselling:

Uttarakhand has 3 Govt. Medical College having a total of 425 seats and 2 Pvt. Medical College having 300 Pvt. Seats in total. The State government has a direct functioning body named as H.N.B. Uttarakhand Medical Education University responsible for conducting NEET

Uttar Pradesh NEET Counselling:

Uttar Pradesh state has 22 Government medical colleges, in which 2728 seats are government and 2265 seats are of state quota. U.P. has 24 private colleges in which 3300 private seats are there. U.P. is an open state in which even private seats of the private colleges can give admissions to the candidates belonging to all states. The State government has a direct functioning body named as DGMET i.e. Directorate General of Medical Education and Training, Uttar Pradesh responsible for conducting UP UG NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) counseling.

State-wise list of counseling authority and website:

StateURL
Delhi NEET Counselingmcc.nic.in
Maharashtra NEET Counselinghttps://info.mahacet.org
Karnataka NEET Counselingkea.kar.nic.in
Andhra Pradesh NEET Counselingntruhs.ap.nic.in
Telangana NEET Counselingwww.knruhs.in
Tamilnadu NEET Counselingtnmedicalselection.org
Kerala NEET Counselingcee-kerala.org
Rajasthan NEET Counselinghttp://hteapp.hte.rajasthan.gov.in
Uttar Pradesh NEET Counselingupneet.gov.in
West Bengal NEET Counselingwbmcc.nic.in
Bihar NEET Counselingbceceboard.bihar.gov.in
Gujarat NEET Counselinghttp://medadmgujarat.org/
Madhya Pradesh NEET Counselingdme.mponline.gov.in
Orissa NEET Counselingdmetodisha.gov.in
Punjab NEET Counselingbfuhs.ac.in/
Haryana NEET Counselinghttp://uhsugadmissions.in/
Jharkhand NEET Counselingjceceb.jharkhand.gov.in
Pondicherry NEET Counselinghttps://www.centacpuducherry.in/
Chattisgarh NEET Counselingcgdme.co.in
Chandigarh NEET Counselinggmch.gov.in
Himachal Pradesh NEET Counselinghp.gov.in/hpdmer/
Goa NEET Counselinggmc.goa.gov.in
Uttarkhand NEET Counselinghnbumuexams.com
Assam NEET Counselingdme.assam.gov.in
Jammu & Kashmir NEET Counselingjakbopee.org
Manipur NEET Counselingrims.edu.in
Meghalaya NEET Counselingrims.edu.in
Sikkim NEET Counselingrims.edu.in
Tripura NEET Counselingrims.edu.in
Andaman & Nicobar  Islands NEET Counselinganiims.org
Daman & Diu NEET Counselingdaman.nic.in
Arunachal Pradesh NEET Counselinghttp://apdhte.nic.in/
Dadar & Nagar Haveli NEET Counselingvbch.dnh.nic.in

BDS Counselling

In India there are 3 types of counselling Authority for taking admission in MBBS/BDS course. Those who want to take admission in MBBS/BDS can do the registration in all these 3 counselling authorities. In all these three types of counselling NEET Score is accepted for MBBS/BDS admissions, but the registration could be done separately for all these counselling. These three types of counselling are:

  1. MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)
  2. State Counselling Authority (State DME)
  3. Counselling for Central Pool Quota

MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)

This committee is comes under Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India to grant admissions in MBBS/BDS and PG, the committee is Centralized Counselling Committee. In this Admission Process is completely online i.e. from Registration to Seat Allotment all the process is online. Students who had qualified NEET 2020 from across India irrespective of which state they belongs to can apply for this counselling. Below mentioned are the medical institution for which MCC conducts counselling for giving admission in MBBS/BDS course. All the medical institutions are Government except Deemed Universities.

  • All India Quota – 419 seats
  • Central Universities (AMU/BHU/University of Delhi/Jamia Milia Islamia, Delhi)- 140 seats
  • DU Internal Quota – 34 BDS
  • ESIC Quota – 22 seats
  • Deemed University – 3100 seats

State Counselling Authority (State DME):

All the states conduct the counselling process for MBBS/BDS by the concerned state DME. In the state 85% seats of Government and 100% seats of Private Medical Colleges admission were given on the basis of NEET Score. Candidates who are living in a state can take admission in the Medical College of that state. However, there are 13 states in the country where the Private Medical Colleges that accepts candidates out from their state for admission. These states are known as Open States. For 85% state quota counselling I have prepared a separate E-Book.

Counselling For Central Pool Quota:

There are several Government Departments in which the employees of wards were availed Central Pool Quota Seats reservation. The concerned ministry conduct the counselling process. There are several states where there is no Government Medical Colleges and the candidates of that state can apply to the Government Medical Colleges of other states under State Pool Quota and avail reservation. I have prepared separate Book for Central Pool Quota. So, now let us understand the whole MCC Counselling Process.

1)        All India Quota Seats:

MCC conducts counselling for All India Quota Seats. In India all the government dental Colleges have 15% seats reserved under All India Quota except Jammu & Kashmir. This means under this 15% quota all the candidates irrespective of the states can take admission. Suppose in King George Medical College, Lucknow there are 70 Government seats in BDS, so 15% of the seats i.e. 09 seats are reserve under All India Quota. In these 09 seats candidates across India can take admissions (except Jammu and Kashmir). The counselling for these 09 seats are conducted by MCC and for the remaining 61 seats counselling is conducted by the State Counselling authority and this is called 85% state quota. In India there are 41 Government Dental Colleges having 419 Government BDS seats under All India Quota.

Central Universities (BHU/AMU/Maulana Azad DC, Delhi/Jamia Milia, Delhi)

In India there 04 Central Universities for BDS. MCC conducts the First, Second, Mop up – 1 and mop up – 2 round counselling. We will discuss about these one by one, let us have a discussion about BHU first.

BHU

In BHU there are 50 seats under All India Quota. There is no state quota. Under this First and Second round counselling is for AIQ quota seat allotment. Seat allotment for Mop up 1 and Mop up – 2 is under BON i.e. BHU Open Quota. For Mop – 1 and mop up 02 all India candidates are eligible under this.

AMU

There are three types of quotas in AMU. This Dental college is Dr. Z.A.D.C., FAC. Of Medicine, Aligarh.

  • Open Quota (AON) – Under this candidates from all India can take admission.
  • Internal Quota (AMU) – The candidates who have done their 10th , 11th and 12th from AMU school are eligible for this quota.
  • NRI Quota (ANR)

Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

There are 50 BDS seats for which the counselling is conducted by MCC and the quota is provided below:

  1. Jamia Muslim ( JMQ ) OBC – 4 Seats
  2. Jamia Internal ( JI ) GN – 2 Seats
  3. Jamia Muslim ( JMQ ) GN – 15 Seats
  4. Jamia Muslim Women ( MW ) GN – 5 Seats
  5. Jamia Open ( JON ) GN – 20 Seats
  6. Jamia Open ( JON ) GN PH -3 Seats
  7. Jamia Muslim ( JMQ ) ST – 1 Seat

Deemed University BDS, College wise, category wise seat matrix, tuition fees and hotel fees:

The cut off for Deemed colleges is generally low but the fee of these colleges is very high. Counselling for the First Round, Second Round, Mop up – I and Mop up – II is conducted by MCC for the 3100 seats.

AYUSH

If the candidates would not be able to get a seat in MBBS/BDS course then you can opt for a career in AYUSH. This course is similar to that of MBBS/BDS. Time to time there is government vacancy and you can establish a clinic of your own. After Corona Pandemic people started inclined towards Ayurveda. After completing this course not only you can write Dr. in front of your name but also do PG and Research Programme and get succeeded into that. For AYUSH course there are both Government & Private Medical college which gives admission on the basis of NEET score, just like for that of MBBS/BDS it also have two counselling authorities. Under All India Quota (15%) AACCC conducts counselling and State Counselling Authority conduct admissions for State Quota (85%). In 2019 All India Quota (15%) counselling had started before 2019 state counselling authorities conducted counselling. Here we will get the information about the All India Quota (15%). So below mentioned are the types counselling authorities which provide admission.

  1. AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counselling Committee) for 15% All India Quota
  2. State Counselling Authority for 85% state quota.

AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counselling Committee) for 15% All India Quota:

This committee comes under Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH). It is a central counselling committee which gives admissions for UG and PG courses. This process is completely online from Registration till seat allotment. Students from across India from all the states who qualified NEET 2020 are eligible for admission. Under AYUSH institutions AACCC conducts admission for BAMS, BHMS, BSMS and BUMS courses. Under this Government, Government Aided, Central University/National Institutions, Private and Deemed University all these types of institutions are a part of it.

State Counselling Authority (State DME):

All the states frame a counselling committee which conducts counselling for 85% seats in Government Medical College and all seats for Private Medical College. This counselling is conducted for the courses i.e. BAMS, BHMS, BNYS and BUMS. All these admissions are given on the basis of NEET score. Candidates of a particular state can apply to Private or Government AYUSH Colleges and take admission. Although there are several states which allow candidates from outside states also and are called Open State. Candidates having low marks can also get admission. Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Karnataka, Kerala are popular open states. In this content I am going to explain AACCC 15% All India Quota and tell you about Counselling Process, Seat Matrix, Tuition Fees and Cut off.

How to take admission in 15% All India Quotas?

20 days after the announcement of NEET 2020 results AACCC start registration and choice filling process. The official website for the process is https://aaccc.gov.in/aacccug/home/homepage . In All India Quota the first and second round counselling is conducted by AACCC, if the seats remained after the second round then it is transfer to the state to which the college belongs to.

AACCC conducts First round, second round and mop up round counselling for Central University/National Institutes and Deemed University. After the mop up round if there are vacant seats then it is filled by a Stray vacancy round and is by the institute itself.

What is AYUSH?

The abbreviation of AYUSH is Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy. All these are different courses and mentioned below:

  1. Ayurveda – BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery
  2. Yoga and Naturopathy – BNYS (Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences)
  3. Unani – BUMS (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery)
  4. Siddha – BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery)
  5. Homeopathy – BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)

Note 1) For Siddha – BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery) colleges only Tamil Nadu and Kerala are the states which are available.

2) For Yoga and Naturopathy – BNYS (Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences) no college participate in All India Quota.

Now, let us discuss about these courses. Details of the Colleges, Tuition Fees and seat matrix are provided below:

BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery)

BAMS is the most popular course in AYUSH. After MBBS/BDS this course is the most popular. AACCC conducts counselling under BAMS course and institutes are:

1) All India quota government – 59 Ayurvedic college

2) All India quota government aided – 20 Ayurvedic college

3) All India quota Private – 185 Ayurvedic college

4) Central university/National Institute – 03 Ayurvedic college

5) Deemed University – 07 Ayurvedic college

There are 274 Ayurvedic Colleges for which AACCC conducts counselling. In these different quotas are provided below:

  • AQA – All India Quota Govt Aided
  • AQG – All India Quota Government
  • AQP – All India Quota Private
  • CHM – Christian Minority
  • JM – Jain Minority
  • MM – Muslim Minority
  • LQM – Linguistic Minority
  • MNG – Management Paid Seats (Deemed University)
  • NRI – NRI Seats
  • SFQ – Self Finance Quota
  • CUN – Central Universities / National Institutions

AQG – All India Quota Government: This quota is there in Government Ayurvedic college. The fee of these colleges is very low. In 2019 there are 169 seats were increased under EWS Quota in BAMS Government college.

AQA – All India Quota Govt. aided: This quota is for Government aided colleges. The fee of this college is very low. In 2019 there were 144 seats increased in favour of EWS in BAMS government aided college.

AQP – All India Quota Private: This quota is provided in the Private Ayurvedic College. The fee of these colleges is very high.

CUN – Central Universities/National institutions: This quota is for the Government Ayurvedic Colleges. The fee of these colleges is very low.

Management Quota (Deemed University): This quota is meant for Deemed Universities. The fee of these colleges is very high.

BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery)

After BAMS the next preference is BHMS. The counselling body is AACCC for Homeopathic colleges.

1)      All india quota government – 32 Homeopathic college

2)      All India quota government aided – 07 Homeopathic college

3)      All India quota Private – 143 Homeopathic college

4)      Central university/National Institute – 03 Homeopathic college

5)      Deemed University – 06 Homeopathic college

There are total 190 Homeopathic colleges for which the counselling is conducted for the admissions. The Quota under this course is given below:

  • AQA – All India Quota Govt Aided
  • AQG – All India Quota Government
  • AQP – All India Quota Private
  • CHM – Christian Minority
  • JM – Jain Minority
  • MM – Muslim Minority
  • LQM – Linguistic Minority
  • MNG – Management Paid Seats
  • NRI – NRI Seats
  • SFQ – Self Finance Quota
  • CUN – Central Universities / National Institutions

AQG – All India Quota Government: This quota is for Government Homeopathic Colleges. The Fees of these colleges is very low.

AQA – All India Quota Govt. Aided: This quota is for Private Homeopathic Medical Colleges. In Private Homeopathic Colleges there are few seats which are available in the fees of Government colleges. The Fee of these colleges is low.

AQP – All India Quota Private: This Quota is for Private Homeopathic Medical College. The fee of these colleges is very high.

CUN- Central Universities/national Institutions: This quota is for Government Homeopathic Medical College.

Management Quota (Deemed University): This is Deemed University Quota. The fee of these colleges is very high.

BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery)

Siddha – BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery) course is available in the state of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. AACCC conducts counselling for BSMS in two following ways:

  • All India quota government – 02 Siddha Medical College.
  • All India quota Private – 08 Siddha Medical College

So, there are 10 Siddha Medical Colleges are there for which the counselling is conducted. The quota under this is:

  • AQG – All India Quota Government
  • AQP – All India Quota Private

AQG – All India Quota Government: This quota is for the Government Siddha Medical Colleges. The fee of these colleges is low.

AQP – All India Quota Private: This quota is for the Private Siddha Medical Colleges. The fee of these colleges is high.

UNANI – BUMS (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery)

After BAMS, BHMS and BSMS this (BUMS) course is in demand. The counselling is conducted by AACCC. There are different quotas as mentioned below:

1)        All india quota government – 09 Unani Medical college

2)        All India quota government aided – 04 Unani Medical college

3)        All India quota Private – 17 Unani Medical college

4)        Deemed University – 01 Unani Medical college

There are 31 Unani Medical Colleges for which the counselling is done under the below mentioned quotas:

  • AQA – All India Quota Govt Aided
  • AQG – All India Quota Government
  • AQP – All India Quota Private
  • CHM – Christian Minority
  • JM – Jain Minority
  • MM – Muslim Minority
  • LQM – Linguistic Minority
  • MNG – Management Paid Seats
  • NRI – NRI Seats
  • SFQ – Self Finance Quota

Veterinary

In India if you would not be able to get an admission in MBBS/BDS course then you can make your career in Veterinary. This course is similar to that of MBBS/BDS. From time to time there are government vacancy are available or else you can establish a clinic of your own. Not only you can Dr. in the front of your name but also you can do PG and Research Programme for the success. After doing this course you would be an animal doctor. This course is known as BVSc & AH (Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry). In India there are Private as well Government colleges which provide veterinary course and the counselling is done on the NEET score, but there are some states which conducts separate exam for the admission. Just like MBBS/BDS there are two types of counselling namely All India Quota (15%) by VCI and 85% state Quota where the state authority conducts the counselling. So now let me explain the whole veterinary course and the admission process. There are two counselling authorities for admissions namely:

  • VCI ( Veterinary Council of India) for 15% All India Quota
  • State Counselling Authority for 85% state quota

VCI (Veterinary Council of India) for 15% All India Quota:

This committee is a centralised counselling authority which comes under Ministry of       Fisheries, animal husbandry and dairying, Government of India. The whole process is online i.e. from registration till the seat allotment each step is carried online. Candidates from across India are eligible for this quota irrespective of the state which they belongs to. The candidates who have NEET score are eligible for the seat. There are Government and Private Institutions.

State Counselling Authority (State DME):

All the states frame a counselling committee for the admissions in their states for 85% seats in the Government colleges and 100% seats in the Private colleges after conducting the exams. The candidate of a state can apply to the Government and Private college of their state and take admission in Veterinary college.

FAQ’s

  1. What is MBBS admission procedure in India?

Ans. An aspirant has to clear NEET UG exam conducted by NTA in order to get Admission in MBBS course in India.

  1. How can I get admission in MBBS?

Ans.    Eligibility Criteria for MBBS NEET:

  • NEET is mandatory for the candidates willing to get admission in medical courses. This exam is for Indian as well as the overseas candidates.
  • Applicant should be 17 years old as on December 31, 2021, while the upper age limit for general category candidates should be 25 years. There will be a relaxation of 5 years for reserved category candidates i.e. SC/ST.
  • It is compulsory for candidates to have domicile of the state for admission to NEET UG. If an applicant has completed their Class 10th and 12th from the schools located in the state, they do not have to provide their domicile certificate.
  • In case any candidate has passed either Class 10th or 12th outside the state, then they have to submit the general domicile certificate.
  • The candidates can attempt the NEET Exam, as many times, as they can and they wish till the maximum age is attained by them.
  • The foreign nationals and the overseas citizens of India or NRI’s are entitled to get reservations of 15% of the All India Quota seats. The Jammu and Kashmir candidates are not eligible for this reservation.
  • Candidates have to complete their Class 12th with an aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English subjects. While reserved category candidates have to qualify Class 12 with 40% and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) has to secure at least 45%

Note: Students who have secured minimum cut off marks mentioned by the authority are eligible to participate in AIQ (All India Quota) counselling for NEET – UG and state level quota under NEET UG Counselling. Under AIQ i.e. 15% in all over India basis any student can apply the rest 85% Quota is reserved for the state only.

  1. What is the procedure to get direct admission into the best MBBS colleges in India?

Ans. For admissions in MBBS Colleges in India, nationwide there are 3 Entrance Exams which are conducted for different categories of colleges namely:

AIIMS MBBS Entrance Exam for All India Institute of Medical Sciences, JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam – for MBBS admission in Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, Puducherry.NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) conducted by NTA for admission in various State & Central Government Medical Collegesincluding Private Medical Colleges.

What should I do if I don’t get admission in MBBS?

Ans. A person who didn’t get admission in MBBS has several alternatives like:

  • By dropping a year and starting your preparation once again and grab a seat next year.
  • One can choose BDS option if interested.
  • An aspirant can do BHMS, BAMS, BPTH etc or other paramedical courses.
  • If interested you can also opt engineering.
  • Just don’t get depressed and think over it steadily. All the best.

 

  1. Which exams should I write for MBBS admission in India?

Ans. There are three entrance test for taking admission in MBBS course in India

Namely NEET UG, AIIMS, JIPMER.

 

  1. What are the best colleges for an MBBS in India? What qualifications

might be required in order to get admission to them?

Ans. The best colleges for MBBS are AIIMS, JIPMER, CMC Vellore, MAMC,

KGMC, AFMC, etc.

 

  1. What type of exams do I have to beat to take admission in MBBS in

government college of India?

Ans  There are 3 Medical Entrance exams that are held in India:

  • AIIMS Entrance Exam – for admission in All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
  • JIPMER Entrance Exam – for admission in Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research.
  • NEET – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – for admission in all other Medical Colleges in India, which include Government, Private, and Deemed Universities.