- NEET PG & MDS 2019 counselling started from March 15; Here are the points to remember!
NEET PG & MDS 2019 counselling started from March 15; Here are the points to remember!
NEW DELHI, March 15: Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has started the NEET PG & MDS counselling 2019 from March 15, for admission to 50% All India Quota (AIQ) seats. Besides that, the NEET counselling will also be conducted for PG and MDS admission to 100% seats offered in deemed and central (DU, BHU, AMU) universities. Only aspirants who have qualified NEET PG and NEET MDS exams are allowed to participate for the online counselling. The last date to register for round one of NEET PG/MDS counselling is March 24, 2019, upto 05:00 PM.
The counselling of NEET PG and MDS 2019 is to be conducted in two rounds. The registration of counselling for round two will start from April 5 to 9, 2019. Aspirants can check important points to remember for NEET PG counselling.
Step 1: Register carefully for NEET PG/MDS counselling
It is mandatory for all the eligible candidates to register themselves for the seat allotment process of NEET PG and NEET MDS. The process of registration has been provided on this page below.
In order to get register for counselling, the qualified candidates can Click here.
Then, click on the registration link available on the page.
Submit the asked details such as name, date of birth, NEET PG All India Rank, scores obtained, NEET PG/MDS 50% AIR, reservation criteria and other details.
Clicking on register button will lead to the further admission process.
The candidate login credentials and link to login will be sent to the registered email ID.
Using the credentials, login to complete the registration process of admission.
Thereafter, enter the remaining relevant details like personal, academic, category, domicile details and upload the passport size photograph and signature.
The scanned images must be uploaded as per the specifications as specified by the counselling body.
Once the registration process is over, it is essential to pay the counselling fees for successful submission of form.
Step 2: Payment of counselling fees
The counselling fees is important to be paid. The general category candidates participating for 50% AIQ seats and central universities must pay Rs. 1000, while Rs. 500 must be paid by SC/ST/OBC aspirants. However, candidates willing to apply for admission to deemed universities have to pay Rs. 5000 irrespective of their categories. The un-refundable fees can only be submitted in online mode through credit/debit cards and net banking.
Once the fees is paid, the confirmation page must be downloaded and a printout must be taken for future references.
Step 3: Fill and lock the choices
Only the successfully registered aspirants will be allowed to fill their choices of colleges as well as specialised courses. Moreover, it is advised to lock the filled in preferences after verifying. An aspirant is permitted to choose any number of colleges as they wish to get admission into, before the locking process. No modifications will be allowed after locking of choices.
Candidates must remember that based on these preferences of colleges as well as courses, NEET PG/MDS AIR, availability of seats, reservation criteria and other details, the admission to PG medical or dental colleges will be granted.
Step 4: Result of NEET PG counselling 2019
After each round of counselling, MCC will announce the seat allotment result mentioning the NEET PG or NEET MDS rank, allotted quota, admitted institute, actual category and allotted category of the particular aspirant. Thereafter, candidates are required to report at the allotted institute for completion of admission process and verification relevant documents.
Step 5: Options to upgrade the allotted seat
In case, if any candidate is not satisfied with the seats offered, they can upgrade their allotted seats by logging in. After logging in, candidates need to choose an appropriate option on whether they wish to upgrade the seat allotted or not.
Once the seats are allotted, the eligible candidates must report at the respective colleges/institutions for completion of admission process, along with the list of relevant documents.