22/10/2020

NEET 2020 | All India Quota – Counselling Date, Fees, Schedule, Procedure

NEET 2020 | All India Quota - Counselling Date, Fees, Schedule, Procedure

  • The schedule for NEET All India Quota counselling this year is expected to be released by the end of October.
  • Each Government Medical College seats are divided into two. Of this, 15% of the total seats are reserved for All India quota counselling.

All India Quota NEET – A Overview

 

15% All India Quota seats NEET counselling

As far as NEET exam counseling is concerned, there are two types. One is the All India Quota counselling conducted by the Central Medical Council Committee (MCC). The other is State Quota counselling conducted by Directorate Medical Education in each state.

Each Government Medical College seats are divided into two. Of this, 15% of the total seats are reserved for All India quota counselling and the remaining 85% for State quota counselling.

There are a total of four categories and two special reservations in All India quota counselling. A further 15% of the allotted seats are allocated to these four categories and two reservations on the basis of percentage reservation. The communities and reservations are,

  • General (Open category) – 35.5%
  • OBC (Includes both BC and MBC) – 27%
  • SC (Includes SCA) – 15%
  • ST (Scheduled Tribe)- 7.5%
  • Economically Weaker Section – 10%
  • Persons with Disability (PwD) – 5%

 

All India Quota NEET – Counselling

 

All India Quota NEET Counselling types

All India Quota Counselling is one of the Counselling conducted by MCC. But apart from this MCC conducts counseling for many colleges and Universities.

Counselling types conducted by MCC,

  • All India Quota Counselling – For 265 Govt.Medical Colleges
  • Deemed Universities Counselling
  • Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Counselling
  • Counselling For Central Institutions like AIIMS (1205 seats) and JIPMER (200 seats).
  • Counselling For Central Universities like Vardhman Mahavir Medical College, ESIC and Delhi colleges

 

Counselling date of NEET 2020

 

Generally All India Quota counselling starts within one or two weeks of the announcement of NEET results by NTA. Similarly, the schedule for NEET All India Quota counselling this year is expected to be released by the end of October.

Following this, students who wish to apply for this counselling will be given a period of approximately 10 days. Students wishing to apply must register on the official website of the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC).

 

Eligibility criteria for NEET counselling

 

Eligibility criteria for NEET counselling

  • Citizens of India – Categories can be reserved
  • Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), NRIs – Have to enter in General category
  • Age limit – Must be 18 years old by the end of December this year
  • Must be qualified in NEET exam

However, candidates in the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana were not allowed to register for AIQ as those states withdrew separately. They can only register for counselling conducted for Deemed medical colleges, AFMC, Pune and others.

 

Documents required for NEET counselling

 

Documents required for NEET counselling

Before registering for All India Quota counselling, you basically need to have some certification. This will need to be uploaded when applying online.

  • NEET Result card
  • NEET Hall ticket
  • 10th & 12th mark sheet
  • Domicile (if claimed)
  • Category certificate (OBC /SC/ST/EWS)
  • Aadhar card
  • Passport size photos
  • Birth certificate

If you are allotted a seat at a particular college during online counselling, you will need to go directly to that college and report before the date specified in the allotment order. But while reporting you will need to carry a few more documents. They are,

  • All above documents
  • TC certificate
  • Allotment letter by MCC
  • Conduct certificate (If possible)
  • Native certificate
  • Migration certificate (Bonafide)
  • EWS certificate (If applicable)

 

Counselling fees for NEET 2020

 

Counselling fees for NEET 2020

1. Registration Fees

This fee is the fee charged for applying to the All India Quota counselling. Registration fees are different for All India Quota counselling and Deemed Universities counselling. Also it differs for categories as well.

Registration fee will not be refunded.

If you are in General Category and applying for both All India Quota counselling and Deemed Universities counselling, Then you will need to pay Rs. 6,000 (1,000 + 5,000). If you are in OBC/SC/ST/PwD/EWS Category and applying for both All India Quota counselling and Deemed Universities counselling, Then you will need to pay Rs. 5,500 (500 + 5,000).

 

Registrations Fees General OBC/SC/ST/PwD/EWS
All India Quota Counselling  1,000 500
Deemed Universities counselling 5,000

 

2. Tuition Fees

This fee is the fee you pay to study for one year in particular college you opted. Registration fees are different for All India Quota counselling and Deemed Universities counselling. Also it differs for categories as well.

Tuition fee will be refunded if are not allotted to any of the colleges. 

But if you do not join the college after you have been allotted a place, your tuition fees will not be refunded through MCC’s No-Free-Exit Policy. This is to bring a sense of seriousness in the students and the parents regarding the counselling process.  

If you are in General Category and applying for both All India Quota counselling and Deemed Universities counselling, Then you will need to pay Rs. 2,10,000 (10,000 + 2,00,000). If you are in OBC/SC/ST/PwD/EWS Category and applying for both All India Quota counselling and Deemed Universities counselling, Then you will need to pay Rs. 2,05,000 (5,000 + 2,00,000).

 

Tuition Fees General OBC/SC/ST/PwD/EWS
All India Quota Counselling  10,000 5,000
Deemed Universities counselling 2,00,000

 

All India Quota NEET – Counselling schedule

 

All India Quota NEET - Counselling schedule

 

All India Quota counselling for 15% seats will conduct only Phase I and II. There won’t be any Mop Up round for AIQ counselling. After Phase II counselling, vacant seats will be transferred to the respective States. These seats will be distributed to state students via Phase II counselling of State Quota.

Deemed/Central Universities/ESIC counselling will conduct all Phase I, II and Mop Up round. After Mop Up round, vacant seats will be transferred to the respective States. These seats will be distributed to state students via Mop Up counselling of State Quota.

 

Schedule For Online Counselling – Phase I

Registration To be announced (1 week time will be given)
Payment of counselling fee To be announced (Last day of Registration)
Choice filling Next day after completion of Registration
Seat Allotment result Provisional and Final results
Reporting to allotted colleges 5 days for Reporting

Schedule For Online Counselling – Phase II

Registration To be announced (2 days will be given)
Payment of counselling fee To be announced (Last day of Registration)
Choice filling Next day after completion of Registration
Seat Allotment result Final results
Reporting to allotted colleges 5 days for Reporting
Transfer of vacant seats to State Quota

Schedule For Mop-Up Round (20 days after Phase II)

Registration To be announced (2 days will be given)
Payment of counselling fee To be announced (Last day of Registration)
Choice filling and locking Same day
Seat Allotment Final results
Reporting to allotted colleges 5 days for Reporting
Transfer of vacant seats to Deemed/Central Universities/ESIC for Mop-up

 

Counselling procedure NEET 2020

 

After filling choices, the authority will process the seat allotment on the basis of NEET mark and rank. The allotment order will be assigned to the aspirant. If the aspirants opted the allotment, then they need to undergo the processes given below.

  • If aspirants accept the allotted seat then he/ she need to download the allotment order.
  • Aspirants need to report at the Institution along with the allotment order and  required documents.
  • The time given for this process may extend upto 5 – 7 days, before that aspirants must report at the Institutions.
  • There at the Institution candidates will undergo Medical examinations, which mentions that they are medically fit.
  • After this Institution will send the details of candidates t MCC and then the Admission Letter issued.

 

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