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The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has announced that today is the last date to fill choices and lock them. Candidates seeking admission to medical courses through the all India quota should fill in their choices by 11.59 pm today.
Candidates seeking admission to medical courses through All India Quote can no longer select the medical college of their choice as the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare locked the choice filling by July 12 (Wednesday) 11.59 pm. Earlier the option to choose the college was allowed till 5 pm by July 12 which was extended till midnight on the same day. “Choice filling and Locking Facility is Extended till 11:59PM 12th July, 2017. Choices will be locked by MCC Server automatically by 11:59PM 12.07.2017,” the MCC said in its official notification. The first allotment results will be announced by July 15.
Online counselling (All Indian Quota) for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) 2017 was declared on the official site of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) under the scanner of the Supreme Court had announced the results of National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) on June 23 2017 on their official site cbseneet.nic.in.
Schedule For Online Counselling (Allotment Process)
After the results are announced, the students will now appear for All India Quote counselling. The seat allotment will be undertaken on July 13 and 14. Candidates will have to report to colleges from July 16 to July 22 till 5 pm. The 2ns round of the counselling process will start with choice locking from August 1 and will be concluded by August 16 post which the vacant seats will be transferred to state quota.
|Registration, Choice Filling(From 5th ) & Indicative Seat||3rd July to 11th July, 2017 (Registration will be open up to 05:00 PM of 11th July 2017 only)||9 Days|
|2 Choice filling and Locking 12||12th July, 2017 (up to 11:59 PM of 12th July, 2017)||1 Day|
|Process of Seat Allotment – Round 1||13th July -14th July, 2017||2 Days|
|Round 1 Result Publish||15th July, 2017||1 Day|
|Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College against 1st Round||16th July to 22nd July , 2017 (up to 05:00 PM of 22 ND July, 2017)||7 Days|
|Exercising of Choices and Locking(Round 2) & New Registration||1st August 2017 to 4th August 2017 (Registration will be open up to 05:00 PM of 4th AUGUST 2017 only)||4 Days|
|Process of Seat Allotment – Round 2||5th -7th August, 2017||3 Days|
|Round 2 Result Publish||8th August, 2017||1 Day|
|Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 2||9th to 16th August, 2017 (up to 05:00 PM of 17TH August, 2017||8 Days|
|Transfer of vacant seats to State Quota||16th August, 2017 (After 05:00 PM)|
The counselling is organized by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). Medical colleges in a particular state have 85% seats for the native students and 15% (All India Quote) seats for the students from other state. For instance, a student from Delhi wants to purse MBBS from a college in Mumbai, he or she will be given a seat from 15% seats of total seats of the college. This year 6, 11,539 (2, 66,221 males and 3, 45,313 females) candidates became eligible for the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is an entrance exam for any graduate and postgraduate medical course in India. Announced by the Government of Indian, it was held for the first time on May 5, 2013. However, the exam was soon invalidated by the Supreme Court of India on the petitions against it. The NEET 2016 was conducted in English and Hindi. Later more languages such as Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese and Gujarati were added.