NEET UG Counselling 2023 Round 1 Result Out

# Jul 31, 2023 by Harshita Nandal

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NEET UG Counselling 2023 Round 1 Result Out

The NEET UG counselling 2023 Round 1 seat allotment result has been released on July 30. The provisional result was released on July 29. As many as 22,902 candidates have been allotted MBBS and BDS seats.

The seat allotment letters will be available for download from July 30, 7 PM onwards. The institute reporting process will commence on July 31, 10 AM onwards. The last date of institute reporting for Round 1 of NEET 2023 counselling will conclude on August 4. The NEET counselling 2023 Round 2 registration process will be conducted from August 9 to August 14.

Announcing the provisional NEET UG counselling Round 1 seat allotment result, MCC has stated, “Any discrepancy in the result may be immediately informed to MCC of DGHS upto 10:00 A.M of 30.07.2023 through email on the Email Id: [email protected].”

The registration process for the Round 1 NEET UG counselling 2023 was conducted from July 20, 1 PM to July 25. The NEET 2023 counselling Round 1 choice filling process started on July 22 and the last date was July 27. MCC has also released the seat matrix for Deemed Universities and AIQ seats.

MCC released the list of eligible NRI candidates for Round 1 on July 27. The list consists of the names of 679 candidates who had applied for conversion of nationality from Indian to NRI. MCC has stated, “Candidates have been converted provisionally from INDIAN to NRI for the purpose of UG counselling 2023-24 on the basis of scrutiny of documents sent by them to MCC of DGHS. However, the candidates have to produce the same original documents at the time of Reporting in case NRI seat is allotted to them, failing which their admission is liable to get cancelled.”

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) released the NEET counselling 2023 dates and schedule on July 14. There will be four rounds of NEET 2023 counselling scheduled from July and September. The course-wise seat matrix is yet to be released by MCC. Unlike previous years, candidates will be able to register for all four rounds. Till last year, the registration window was open only till the third or the Mop-up round of NEET UG counselling. Seat allotment was made directly in the fourth or the Stray Vacancy round.

How to Register for NEET Counselling 2023

Candidates will have to follow the steps given below to register for NEET UG 2023 counselling.

  • Visit the official website of MCC – or directly enter the link
  • Click on the ‘Registration’ tab
  • Select the ‘New Candidate Registration’ from the drop down menu
  • Read the instructions
  • Enter the mandatory details such as NEET UG roll number, parent’s name, date of birth and security code
  • Select the password
  • The credentials will be generated and sent to the registered email address
  • Complete the registration form by entering personal, educational, NEET 2023 result and other details and uploading of scanned photograph and signature
  • Pay the registration fee and take a print out of the registration confirmation page

MCC has issued notice for candidates willing to convert their nationality from Indian to NRI. Such candidates will have to send an email to MCC with the requisite document proving their nationality between July 19, 10 AM to July 21, 10 AM. In order to change their nationality, candidates will have to follow the steps given below:

  • Visit the official website of MCC – /ug-medical-counselling
  • Click on the Notice for Conversion of Indian to NRI Round 1 under the News & Events section
  • Download and print the application form and fill up with name, parent’s name, NEET 2023 Roll Number and enter date, place and signature
  • Send the filled-up form with the list of documents to ug.nri.mcc[at]
  • The following documents have to be uploaded in the email in the following order:
  • Documents claiming that the sponsorer is an NRI (Passport, Visa of the sponsorer).
  • Relationship of NRI with the candidate.
  • Affidavit from the sponsorer that he/she will sponsor the entire course fee of the candidate duly notarised.
  • Embassy Certificate of the Sponsorer (Certificate from the Consulate).

NEET Score Card of the candidate.

MCC or the Medical Counselling Committee, the conducting authority for the 15 per cent All India Quota (AIQ) seats has announced the NEET UG counselling 2023 dates on July 14, exactly a month after releasing the NEET 2023 result. The result of NEET 2023 was declared on June 13. The NEET 2023 counselling for the 85 per cent state quota seats will be conducted by the State Counselling authorities. Some of the states have started the NEET counselling process 2023, by declaring the state merit/rank list or commencing the registration process.

The NEET counselling dates 2023 are different for the national and state counselling rounds. Although both the national and state-level NEET counselling 2023 processes will be conducted simultaneously, the round-wise dates or events would vary. As per the latest data on the medical seats, there are as many as 1,08,248 MBBS and 27,868 BDS seats in India. The total number of BSc Nursing seats which are allotted through NEET counselling is around 1,000.

NEET 2023 exam was held on May 7 and June 6 (Manipur candidates). As many as 20.38 lakh candidates out of 20.87 lakh applicants appeared for NEET 2023. The total number of qualifying candidates is 11,45,976.

While the role of the National Testing Agency (NTA) is to conduct the registration, exam and declaration of NEET result, there is no role of NTA in conducting the NEET counselling process. The central and state counselling processes of NEET will be conducted by 15 per cent All India Quota (AIQ) seats for admission MBBS, BDS and BSc Nursing courses at Central and Deemed Universities, AIIMS, JIPMER and AFMC institutes. On the other hand, the 85 per cent state quota seats medical admission are conducted by the State Authorities for admission to state medical colleges.

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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.