All–India MBBS quota: First allotment on Oct 21

The first phase of registration is until 11 am on 17 October: Shutterstock/Blue Planet Studio

New Delhi: The counselling for admission to 15% All–India Quota MBBS seats at government medical and dental colleges as well as central universities, deemed universities, AIIMS and JIPMER would begin on 11 October, announced the Medical Counselling Committee. It will be based on the rank list of the National Eligibility- cum-Entrance Test (Undergraduate) or NEET (UG).

The counselling for BSc Nursing courses in the central institutes too would be held alongside this, the MCC added.


Important dates
The first phase of registration is until 11 am on 17 October. The fees could be paid until 3 pm on the same day. The choice-filling procedures should be completed between 14 and 18 October. The selected choices should be locked between 3 pm and 11.55 pm on 18 October.

The verification procedure would be held on 17 and 18 October.

The seat allotment has been scheduled on 19 and 20 October. The first round of seat allotment would be published on 21 October. Meanwhile, the candidates should report between 22 and 28 October.

The second phase of registration begins from 2 November until 11 am on 7 November. The seat allotment would be completed on 9 and 10 November and the results would be published on 11 November. The candidates should report between 12 and 18 October.

The first-year MBBS classes would begin on 15 November.

Meanwhile, the registration for the All–India Quota mop-up round is from 23 to 28 November.

State counselling
The counselling for the state quota seats is from 17 to 28 October. Those who got admission in the first round of state quota allotment should report within 4 November.

Disability certificate
Differently abled candidates must register the certificate issued by the NEET disability certification centre on the website before 10 October to be considered for the NEET (UG) counselling for admission to the All–India Quota MBBS seats.

In Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram medical college is the certification centre. The ophthalmology-related tests should be conducted at the Thiruvananthapuram Regional Institute of Ophthalmology.

The applicants who have registered for NEET as differently abled should present the certificates.  

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