NEET UG Choice Filling Begins Today

# Oct 15, 2022 by Harshita Nandal

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NEET UG Choice Filling Begins Today

Medical Counselling Committee, MCC will be starting the NEET UG 2022 Counselling Round 1 choice-filling process today, October 14, 2022. The choice-filling process for registered NEET UG applicants will be made available on the official website, in accordance with the approved counselling schedule. On October 11, 2022, NEET UG Counseling 2022 got underway. Candidates who have already enrolled for counselling may start filling out their choices as of right now. By October 17, 2022, eligible candidates who have not yet registered may submit their registration materials. Candidates can refer to the process given below to know how to submit their choices for the NEET counselling process for MBBS, and BDS admissions

According to the official NEET UG counselling schedule, choice locking will start at 3 PM and end at 11:55 PM. If any candidates make a mistake, MCC will not accept a request for a modification. If the selection process is done incorrectly, the candidate may be assigned to a seat they do not want

MCC's NEET counselling 2022 will be held for 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats in government colleges and 100% in deemed/central universities, ESIC/AFMS, AIIMS , JIPMER , and BSc Nursing programs on the grounds of NEET 2022 . The NEET AIQ counselling process for 2022 will be divided into four rounds namely round 1, 2, mop up and stray vacancy.

In the NEET UG 2022 counselling session, eligible candidates will have to register, fill the choice of course and colleges and pay the fee. On the ground of the choices filled by the aspirants, NEET 2022 rank, seat availability and reservation, the seat will be allotted.

NEET is the only entrance examination for admission to 91,927 MBBS , 27,698 BDS , 52,720 AYUSH, and 603 BVSc & AH seats, respectively in 542 and 313 medical and dental colleges. Candidates are advised to read the article on NEET 2022 counselling to know crucial details such dates, process, fee and more.

The MCC will conduct four rounds of counselling: AIQ Round 1, AIQ Round 2, AIQ Mop-up round, and stray vacancy round. Candidates who qualify as part of the All India Quota will be eligible based on their NEET results 2022 , other than the Union Territory of J&K. If seats remain vacant after round 2 of NEET 2022 counselling in AIQ, they will be sent back to the states.

The AIQ for NEET counselling in 2022 will include the following:

  • 15% MBBS/BDS Seats of States
  • 100% MBBS/BDS Seats of BHU
  • 100% MBBS Seats of AIIMS across India
  • All India Quota of JIPMER (Puducherry/ Karaikal)
  • All India Quota seats of AMU/ DU/ VMMC/ ABVIMS
  • All India Quota Seats of Faculty of Dentistry (Jamia Milia Islamia)
  • All India Quota Seats of ESIC

On the basis of NEET 2022 results, admissions to MBBS/BDS courses under AIQ, deemed universities, and ESIC/AFMS colleges in the country are decided by the MCC NEET 2022 counselling process. The NEET exam qualifying is a requirement for admission to these medical courses. There are two types of NTA NEET counselling: All India and State counselling. The following seats are included in NEET UG counselling

MCC counselling process for All India Quota seats: The AIQ NEET 2022 counselling process is the only method of admission to 15% of seats in all government medical and dental colleges, all seats at deemed universities and central universities, and all seats at Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) and the Armed force medical college ( AFMC ) including Delhi University (DU), BHU , AMU , and AIIMS & JIPMER . As of NEET counselling 2022 forward, Jammu & Kashmir candidates are included in the 15 percent All India Quota seats counselling process.

State Quota seats for NEET UG counselling: Admissions to 85% of seats from government colleges and all seats from private unaided/aided minority/non-minority medical/dental colleges in the state will be done through state NEET counselling 2022.

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Harshita Nandal
Harshita Nandal

Harshita Nandal has worked as a Creative head in Mitrakshar, University of Delhi. She has done her Graduation from the University of Delhi in English Honours. In her free time, she prefers to play the guitar, take short walks in between work and loves to watch Korean dramas. Currently, she is an author at Educere India to fulfil the desire of her passion for writing.