NEET Counselling 2021 has 4 rounds of AlQ counselling
The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct four rounds of counselling for All India Quota (AIQ) seats in NEET UG and PG 2021, with unfilled seats not returning to the state quota after the second round of counselling. MCC revealed its plans to alter the counselling process in an affidavit filed in the Kerala High Court in response to a complaint filed by a candidate, Nihila PP.
Now, NEET 2021 4 rounds of counselling @ mcc.nic.in decision made by Kerala high court
The Supreme Court’s order came after two Kerala students with comparably higher NEET 2020 scores were denied admission to MBBS since there were only two rounds of counselling and vacant seats after round two were returned to the state (in their case, students under state quota got admission even while having lesser marks).
The Supreme Court has granted the committee permission to conduct two additional rounds, including a mop-up and a stray vacancy round, although there were previously only two rounds.
A bench of Justices L Nageswara Rao, BR Gavai, and BV Nagarathna also ordered that any seats left vacant after the second round be filled in the next two rounds rather than being sent back to the state.
NEET UG/PG Counselling 2021 Process for All India Quota (AIQ)
Four sessions of counselling will be conducted by MCC. The four rounds are AIQ Round 1, AIQ Round 2, AIQ Mop-up round, and AIQ stray vacancy round.
MCC will fill the remaining seats after Round 2 is completed in a mop-up and stray vacancy round. It will be done entirely online.
Only AIQ seats with an All India character, which are given by states for 15% of UG and 50% of PG seats, would be subjected to the four rounds.
Fresh candidates would be admitted only in the first three rounds, not in the round for stray vacancies.
Only in Round 1 will candidates be given the option of an upgrade and a free leave.
Candidates who accept the given seat in Round 1 are not permitted to quit and are ineligible to participate in subsequent rounds of counselling.
Candidates who do not take up their allotted seat in Round 2 will be eligible for additional rounds of counselling if they pay a security deposit and register again in the mop-up round.
About NEET 2022
The National Testing Agency will conduct NEET 2022, which is expected to take place in June 2022, and the application form will be available on neet.nta.nic.in after January. The registration date for the National Eligibility Cumulation Entrance Test, NEET 2022, is expected to be announced soon.
NEET 2022 eligibility will most likely be comparable to NEET 2021 eligibility. We have compiled some information here for quick reference, as students are always searching for answers on NEET syllabus, test pattern, and so on.
Aspirants to this UG medical entrance test should be aware that they must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as core subjects from a recognised board in order to sit for NEET. Those who have finished or are scheduled to complete their 12th or equivalent exams in 2022 are eligible to apply.
FAQs on NEET Counselling 2021: Now, MCC to conduct 4 rounds of AIQ counselling
Is neet going to be cancelled in 2021?
NEET 2021 is not going to be cancelled.
How many pages does the NEET 2021 admit card contain?
This time, the NEET admission card featured a total of 5 pages.
Is the NEET 2021 paper available for download?
The NEET 2021 paper leak was first detected in a centre at Rajasthan RIET college, and the Rajasthan police made multiple arrests as a result. Several students have written to the National Testing Agency (NTA) requesting a re-examination as well as a CBI probe.
Where does the neet roll number appear?
The roll number may be found on the top of the NEET admit card, whereas the application number can be discovered once the NEET application form has been properly submitted.
What is the minimum number of photographs necessary for NEET?
It is recommended that candidates retain six or more passport-size NEET-UG pictures on hand for use during the admissions process.