Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the schedule for NEET 15% AIQ, AIIMS, JIMPER, ESIC, AFMC, Deemed, and Central University counselling 2020. MCC will be holding counselling for all the colleges online, as per a common schedule. The online registration for the MBBS / BDS counselling started from October 27, 2020, and NEET 2020 all India rank holders can apply until November 02, 2020.
This year, over 7.7 lakh candidates, out of the overall 13.66 lakh, have qualified NEET. This is for the first time, when MCC is holding counselling for AIIMS and JIPMER as well. All the details for NEET 2020 counselling are available on the official website mcc.nic.in.
Only those who have successfully qualified in NEET 2020 can apply for the counselling process. In order to do so, aspirants have to first register online at mcc.nic.in. This includes filling up personal and exam details like NEET 2020 roll number, marks obtained, rank secured, etc. Once the details have been filed, the registration form is to be submitted online by paying the required amount of fee.
Once the registration part is over, candidates can then successfully move forward to exercising of Choices and Locking of choices. Based on the choices submitted by a candidate, seat allotment is done and the result is declared online. Choice Filling / Locking for Round 1 can be done from October 28 to November 2 and the result for seat allotment will be out on November 5, 2020. If a candidate is satisfied with their allotted seat, they will need to report at the allotted Medical/Dental College.
For MCC NEET UG 2020 counselling, there will be four round of counselling – Round 1, Round 2, Mop up round and Stary vacancy round. In round-1 counselling, candidates will need to do registration, pay counselling registration fee, then complete choice filling & locking, after which process of seat allotment starts and the result is published online. Finally, candidates have to report at the allotted college for completion of admission formalities. Whereas, Round 2 is for those candidates who registered for Round-1 and did not get any seat allotted are not required to register again or can do fresh registration for Round 2 counselling if not registered in Round-1 or want to do fresh choice filling.
Lastly, Mop round counselling is done only for Deemed/ Central Universities, ESIC, AIIMS & JIPMER. Moreover, final stray vacancy round is done for the same, but there will be no fresh registration of candidates.
NTA declared NEET 2020 result on October 16, 2020 at its official website. The entrance test was offered in 11 languages — English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. This year, the highest number of students qualifying in the medical entrance exam NEET are from Uttar Pradesh at 88,889 followed by Maharashtra with 79,974 candidates. Rajasthan is at the third spot with 65,758 successful candidates followed by Kerala (59,404) and Karnataka (55,009). Moreover, the number of females qualifying the exam is higher, i.e 4.27 lakh females have cleared the exam, while the number of males qualifying the exam is 3.43 lakh.
This year, over 7.7 lakh candidates, out of the overall 13.66 lakh, have qualified NEET, which is used for admission to MBBS courses across the country.