NEET counselling 2020 registrations begin today: Here’s all you need to know
- Until 5 pm on November 2, candidates will be allowed to fill the course and college choices in the online registration form on the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) website.
- Here’s how to register for
- These are the documents you will be required to carry at the time of reporting to the college.
As per the official notice released last week, students who have cleared the
Until 5 pm on November 2, candidates will be allowed to fill the course and college choices in the online registration form. Unlike earlier, students seeking admission in AIIMS and JIPMER will also get admission through the NEET exam and counselling.
AdvertisementHow to register for NEET counselling?
- Go on to http://mcc.nic.in/.
- Click on UG Medical counselling.
- Register for counselling from the sidebar
- Fill and lock college, along with a course of choice.
- Later the decision will be made, and the seats will be allotted to the candidates.
- Qualified candidates can apply for the first round of counselling until 5 pm on November 2
- Candidates can choose their courses and college preferences online till November 2
- Seat allotment process will be held on November 3 & 4
- Results for the first round of seat allotment will be declared on November 5
- Admit card issued by National Testing Agency (NTA)
- Result/ Rank letter
- Date of birth certificate
- Class 10 and 12 mark sheets and certificates
- Eight passports sized photographs
- Provisional allotment letter
- Identity proof
- Reservation certificate, as applicable
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