The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Postgraduate (NEET PG) counselling schedule for 2021. After many hindrances and obstacles, the counseling for NEET PG has finally commenced. Candidates who passed the NEET PG 2021 exam administered by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) are eligible to take part in the counseling procedure. On its official website, MCC started taking applications for NEET PG 2021 counseling. Candidates should be aware that they can only apply for NEET PG Counseling online through the Medical Counselling Committee’s website, mcc.nic.in.
Counseling Registration for NEET PG 2021
Candidates can follow the below-given steps to register for the NEET PG counselling 2021:
Step 1: Login into MCC’s main website, mcc.nic.in
Step 2: Fill out the application form for NEET PG 2021 counselling.
Step 3: Following successful registration, a password will be generated, which must be kept safe until the counselling process is completed.
Applications submitted in any other manner will be immediately rejected. After completing the online registration process, candidates must select courses and institutions/colleges in order of preference
Candidates should be notified that there will be four rounds of AIQ online counselling for the NEET PG 2021 exam namely Round 1, Round 2, AIQ Mop-up Rounds, and AIQ Stray Vacancy Round. The MCC clarified the counselling dates and stated that the AIQ round 1 application process, which began on January 12 will end on January 17, followed by the round 2 application process, which will begin on February 3 and end on February 7.
Candidates must select and confirm institutions from a list of accessible alternatives after registering for each round. Candidates will be verified and seats will be assigned as needed.
Choice filling strategies for NEET PG
Candidates can take note of the following strategies to land a seat in their desired colleges:
- Set a hierarchy – Applicants should create a college hierarchy by prioritizing the college they want the most to attend in their preference form.
- Analyze your choice – Candidates should take their time when choosing their college. Candidates can use the previous cut-offs to examine the same.
- Don’t panic – Candidates should consider their options carefully. Filling out the form should not be rushed.
- Don’t make a decision based on prediction – Candidates should only decide based on what they are likely to get. Make some changes based on your own preferences and decisions.
- Check the prior year’s ranking -Choose colleges based on the previous year’s final ranking. Make some changes based on your own preferences and decisions.