NEET counselling 2019: MCC releases first seat allotment list; check details here
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NEW DELHI, July 1: Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the result of the first round of NEET counselling. The authority has released the result in the form of seat allotment list in PDF format. The seat allotment list mentions the All India Quota (AIQ), the course opted (MBBS/BDS), allotted category, candidate category and the status of allotment. All those candidates whose name appear on the seat allotment list are required to report at the allotted college from July 1 to July 6, 2019, to complete the admission formalities. Candidates can check the steps to download the seat allotment list below.
How to download the seat allotment list?
The seat allotment list is an important document which informs the candidate whether he/she has secured a seat in the first round of NEET counselling. The document has been carried To access the seat allotment list follow the steps listed below.
1. Click on the link
2. The seat allotment list in PDF format will appear on the screen
3. Find your roll number on the PDF through Ctrl+F
4. Verify the details and download the list for future reference.
After the release of seat allotment list, candidates who have been allotted an MBBS/BDS seat are required to report at the allotted institute within the stipulated time. Such candidates are required to furnish the necessary documents in original before the counselling authority. Following is the list of documents which has to be submitted.
NEET admit card
NEET Scorecard or Rank Letter
Class 10 certificate and mark sheet (for date of birth)
Class 12 certificate and mark sheet
ID proof (Aadhar/PAN Card/Driving License/Passport)
Eight passport size photographs
Provisional Allotment Letter
Caste Certificate (if applicable)
PwD Certificate (if applicable)
Second round of counselling
The candidates who have not secured a seat in the first round of counselling can still participate in the second round which is scheduled to begin from July 9. Candidates who had registered in the first round will not be required to do it again. Such candidates are required to re-arrange their choices based on seat vacancy.