NEET 2020 counselling round-1 final result, allotment letter released at mcc.nic.in
NEW DELHI: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the final result of NEET - UG counselling with seat allotment letter round one on November 07, 2020. The first round NEET 2020 final seat allotment list mentions All India Rank (AIR), institute allotted, candidate and allotted category, remarks for admission. NEET seat allotment letter can be downloaded by aspirants who have been successfully granted admission in the first round of MCC counselling. The allotment of seats have been done on the basis of choices filled by aspirants, seats available in a college, NEET rank, reservation criteria and other factors. A total of 17,777 MBBS/BDS aspirants have been allotted a seat through NEET 2020 scores to 15% All India Quota (AIQ), deemed/central universities, ESIC, AIIMS and JIPMER institutes.
Now, such students must provide their choice of acceptance/withdrawal of the allotted institute. Candidates who have been allotted a seat must report at the designated colleges for completion of admission process. Previously on November 6, 2020, Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of MCC had announced round one provisional NEET counselling 2020 result.
Download NEET counselling round one final results
Go to the official website - mcc.nic.in/UGcounseling
Click on the link ‘final result round 1 MBBS BDS UG 2020’
NEET seat allotment PDF is displayed on the screen
Use CTRL+F keys to search All India Rank
Cross-check the result
NEET seat allotment letter 2020 first round
The shortlisted candidates need to download the round one seat allotment letter from MCC website. The allotment letter must be carried at the allotted institute for verification purpose along with the documents.
How to download NEET seat allotment letter
Click on ‘Allotment Letter Round 1’ available under online services
Enter round number, NEET roll number, date of birth and security pin
Verify the details printed on the allotment letter of NEET 2020
Download and take a printout for further admission process
After first round NEET 2020 counselling
Once the seats are allotted, selected aspirants need to login and select the option on refusal/acceptance of the seat.
Option 1 - Aspirant wish to join the allotted college and do not want to participate for further counselling
Option 2 - Candidates want to join the MBBS/BDS seat but also want to upgrade the seat in second round of allotment
Option 3 - Students want to withdraw the allotted seat and do not want to participate for counselling
Option 4 - Candidates do not want to join the selected college but wish to participate for subsequent rounds of NEET counselling
Thereafter, aspirants can report at the allotted college/institute along with the relevant documents and fees to pay to reserve the MBBS/BDS seat. The process of reporting at the designated college will be done from November 6 to 12, 2020. Once it is over, the second round of NEET 2020 counselling registration and choice filling will begin from November 18.
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