NEET 2020 counselling details, cut-offs, and medical seat quotas
Medical Counselling Committee to announce counselling dates soon
Students who have cleared NEET 2020 can register online with the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).
The official notification on the dates for counselling will be released soon.
- Aspirants must fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria (50 per cent marks in Class XII board exams with physics, chemistry and biology as mandatory subjects)
- Admission to medical and dental colleges solely on the basis of marks obtained by aspirants in NEET-UG 2020
- Separate merit lists for students in different categories
- Admission to reserved seats on the basis of these lists
Quotas for seats
- All India Quota (AIQ)
- State government quota
- Central institutions/universities/deemed universities
- State/management/NRI quota in private medical/dental/ayurveda/siddha /unani/homeopathy colleges or any private university
- Central pool quota
- All seats, including NRI quota and management quota, in private unaided/aided minority / non-minority medical colleges
NEET-UG counselling for AIQ 2020
- Visit official website of MCC to register for AIQ counselling
- Click on UG medical counselling
- Click on New Registration link
- Enter details in new registration form (application number, roll number, name, date of birth)
- Create a password with 8-13 characters and capital letter, one small letter, one numeric and one special character
- Candidates will receive an OTP on registered mobile number. Enter OTP to complete registration
- After registration, candidates can see all details on the screen. Keep the registration slip for future use
- Log in on the official website with login credentials. Roll number will be the user name and one created during registration
- Click on Choice Available
- Check list of colleges carefully and click on Choice Filling option
- Click on '+' to select choice. You can change the priority number by clicking on up arrow or down arrow
The committee will first announce mock seat allotment to help candidates gauge whether they will get the seats of their choice. If a candidate is sure of the choices filled in and mock allotment, s/he can lock the choices within the specified and date.
Candidates will be considered for seat allotment only after locking the choices. Once the choices are locked by the candidates, it is not possible to unlock or change the choices.