Here is yet another good news for NEET-UG 2013 qualified students who got counselling letters from CBSE. After a month-long-wait from day of results declaration,
the counselling schedule for admissions into MBBS/BDS courses
through 15% All India Quota(AIQ) seats has been officially announced.
Medical Counselling Committee(mcc) is organising body for this online-counselling process.
No need to get anxious about the what do’s and dont’s
for most of you who are participating in it for the first time.
Relax its simple and handy.
All you need to have working internet connection and the required documents ready.
For bulletin of counselling visit
With registration process starting from 10/07/2013,basically,its gonna be 3-step process.
1. Main Counseling Registration, Choice Filling & Indicative Seat —->0th to 15th July
( by5pm IST) 2013
Log on to official site
click”UG medical Counselling” tab—>“Candidate
Login NEW” Link.—>“New User Registration Here.
Get registered within aforesaid period
and then login.then follow further steps.
2. Exercising of Choices and Locking —>16th and 17th July 2013
Log-in at the site and follow instructions there.More informations at
3.Visit the respective college as allotted after result publishing as per your choice.
Opt further round of counselling only as per your rank and suitable choice available.
Carry the following documents in original along
with an attested copy of the documents for
verification at the allotted College failing which they shall not be entitled for admission at the allotted College:-
(i) Admit Cards of NEET(UG)-2013 Exam issued by CBSE.
(ii) Rank letter issued by CBSE. (iii) Date of Birth Certificate
(if Metric Certificate does not bear the same)
(iv) Metric Certificate
(v) 10+2 Certificate
(vi) 10+2 Marks Sheet
(vii) 2 Passport size photograph same as affixed on the application form.
(viii) Also carry the category certificate,
if applicable(as per formats available in bulletin).
For fee-issues contact the respective college
as each college has its different fee charge.
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Sir, first of all, thank you soo much for clearing all our doubts..
sir,actually I belong to obc category only at state level. (Delhi) .
and as it was not clear in neet -1 (aipmt 2016)
and since I have given my category as general in neet-1so, what will be done for that..??
is that delhi ipu apni alas rank of obc of delhi region etc etc on marks basis bnayaega ya phir kya hoga…?
Sir, please reply I am in trouble.
Kuch same ni aara.:( ; (
Your category will be considered as per the information provided by you while filling form. DU’s Faculty of Medical Sciences will ask Delhi students to apply after NEET-RESULTS..for creating a separate list for 85%state seats…you can enquire there regarding specificities.
if i get a seat in 3rd round of counselling is it then mandatory for me to join there??
i already have taken a seat from the state counselling and i am not sure about leaving that…but i wanna see what can i get in the 3rd round…
plz reply asap
You can leave the seat in 3rd counselling when you get one
do i have to give any compensation??
Just the counselling fees
SIR,I HAVE BEEN ADMITTED IN WEST BENGAL STATE QUOTA MEDICAL COLLEGEAND HAD ALSO GIVEN CONSENT TO 3rd ROUND OF SEAT ALLOTMENT..BUT IT IS HEARD THAT THE 3rd ROUND OF ALLOTMENT WILL OCCUR AFTER ALL INDIA 3rd COUNSELLING,AND THE 1ST YEAR OF PROFESSIONAL MBBS COURSE STARTS FROM 12TH AUGUST.SO SIR,AM I ALLOWED TO ATTEND CLASSES IN MY ADMITTED COLLEGE OR DO I HAVE TO WAIT TILL THE 3rd ROUND IS OVER??
I SHALL BE OBLIDGED IF YOU PLEASE HELP ME ..
will mci decrease the cut-off as there is addition of 3500 seats in all india quota for this session..??
In the online registration of bcece ugmac, that is, neet ug counselling state quota, we need to fill in neet score!
Is it the marks obtained or my percentile
i did’nt registered yet. do i exist in medical counselling, my percentile is 69.9
my son has got an all India rank 10234 in neet ug.his state ranks are-950(bihar) and 1433(delhi).i belong to general category.is there any chance for him to get mbbs in any government medical college in india?he did get the counselling letter by cbse but couldn’t get any seat in the first round of all India quota counseling? what are his chances in the next two rounds?plz help sir i am really tensed.
my delhi state rank is 2134 in SC category and 22684 -overall rank.and in du MBBS merit i have got 575 rank (SC category) and 3164(open merit list). so can u plz tell me what are the chances for getting admission in du or in any other college in delhi?
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any chances of decreasing the existing the cut-off score of eligible candidates for 15% AIQ seats making way for the qualified candidates(but not eligible for 15% AIQ seat)…in further rounds of counselling?? plz reply..
till now there is no such possibility…some newspaper reports claim abt increment of govt medical seats for this session..if it happens thn might be some chance of dec in cut-off.
Sir,today IP University released its schedule for MBBS counselling…and it neglects any state quota……where has all its reservation for delhi candidates gone…..please reply as this notice has shaken all my calculations I was doing for my admission.Thanks in advance.
Sir, I am in a dilemma, I have an AIR about 50, and have left cmc vellore interviews cuz i dont want to go there, but I have got admission letter from BHU which will take in students from 27th july for admissions and wont allow them to leave without giving Rs.1 lakh. In my neet counseling, I ll be getting VMMC in first round but may get MAMC in further rounds. So, I wanted to ask whether VMMC is a good college or not, should I take admission in BHU and can I get MAMC in future rounds?
N i hope, i didnt do anything wrong by leaving CMC interviews because I have trusted your site and kept it behind MAMC and VMMC. And I am very familiar with Delhi city as well and have my relatives there…though I am not a domicile of Delhi.
So plz answer my questions.. I ll be really grateful.
Well see I was in the same situation 5 years back and it was the reason why I launched this website..it’s a tough decision and it all depends on your priorities..Even i had taken admission in BHU and had to pay 40,000 to come back…till now people ask me ‘why you left BHU?’..the answer is..your own priorities..what I wanted to do..apart from studying couldn’t have been possible in BHU..it is a very good college..but you’ll realize that city does matter..you got to spend at least 8 years of your life here…5.5 yrs MBBS + 3 years PG…and don’t worry CMC is a private college ..but at least you should have given an interview…rank does matter..and read my article..if you are still confused, go and visit Banaras..see the campus..and if still you can not make up your mind..you can talk to any of my friends in BHU..here is my Facebook profile link.
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Sir is there any problem in filling all 131 colleges in neet all india counselling??
if it isn`t so then every one will fill all colleges.
Is there any disadvantage regarding the same ??
no! there’s no problem in filling 131 colleges, but you need to fill them priority wise.
nd u will get only 1 college(see indicative seat allotment).
If i take admission through all india quota and then want to take admission through state quota,will i get my documents back at the right time?t
mostly they do.
If i take admission through all india quota and then want to take admission through state quota for a better college will i get my documents back on time?
can you give some tips for filling the choices during councelling.
i have checked previous years councelling data for the college that i can get according to my rank, so should i fill up that choices in preference of other colleges?
This time things are different..u can even get better college than that u matched with ur rank. So prioritize choices such that better colleges do find an earlier place along wid those u matched as per ur rank.
Sir in neet counselling we can fill only 8 colleges…what if i do not get one among my 8 choices?will i not be allotted any college in 1st counselling???i m really confused…pls help.
who said this….u can fill as many choices as u wish out of available 130+ colleges across All Indian states.
plz tell me any problem in the website of mcc in 10 or 11th july beacuse my new registration in couselling is not accepted it alwaus reply plz enter roll no.name ,dob mentioned in cbse admit card. Reply as soon as possible….
there may be server problem..start refreshed and avoid any repeated-mistake.
I’ve a got a huge no. of doubts for you to clear, please guide me through them. First of all,
I’ve got an AIR 3035 (All India Quota Seats) and AIR-2023 (Others Catg. Rank), I’m resident of MP and I prefer colleges in MP, Maharashtra, Rajasthan or Gujarat.
1.Kindly, guide me as in which order must I fill my Choices to get a seat in a better college…..
2.Shall I get a seat in 1st round of the counseling or shall I’ve to wait for the subsequent rounds?
3.Going through the Counseling List of last year I learnt that guys around my rank got a seat in colleges of WB or N.Eastern states and then through Upgradation they got seats in the colleges of my preferred states. So I wish to ask, whether I should go for such colleges first and then get re-allotment or I should wait for the 2nd round?
Please read our article: https://pmtgurumantra.wordpress.com/2013/06/12/1231/ and decide the priority list of colleges. If selected for first round, pick up the best available and upgrade it in second counselling.
All those students those who have qualified but not in All India 15% quota-what will happen to them? Do they have to drop one year to start preparations again?
Before that they can look for State Quota Seats,if their state has accepted admissions through NEET-UG,and other institutions like AFMC,BHU(if students have registered earlier themselves with these) etc which are also taking admission based on NEET-UG marks.