Assam NEET Counselling 2023

Assam NEET Counselling is conducted  by the Directorate of Medical Education, Assam. Candidates who desire to participate in the Assam NEET counselling must register on the Assam DME’s official website and fill out an online registration form

The Assam NEET counselling takes place at the Director of Medical Education, Assam, Guwahati. The candidate should be aware that admission to Assam’s state quota seats are determined by the results of NEET 2023. To participate in the Assam counselling, candidates must pass the NEET exam. Candidates are required to give their course and college preferences during the Assam NEET counselling procedure. Admission to 900 MBBS and 40 BDS seats in Assam’s six medical and one dental colleges are determined based on aspirants’ selections, seat availability, and NEET exam scores.

Assam NEET Counselling

Assam NEET Counselling 2023 Highlights

Counselling NameAssam NEET Counselling 
Exam conducting authorityNational Testing Agency (NTA)
Counselling bodyDirectorate of Medical Education, Assam 
Total seats1176
Official Website

Important Dates

Round 1

Registration/ PaymentTo be announced
Choice filling/ LockingTo be announced
VerificationTo be announced
Seat allotmentTo be announced
Provisional resultTo be announced
Final resultTo be announced
Reporting to the allotted instituteTo be announced

Round 2 

Fresh Registration/ PaymentTo be announced
Choice filling/ LockingTo be announced
ResultTo be announced
Reporting to the allotted instituteTo be announced

Mop Up Round

Registration/ PaymentTo be announced
Choice filling/ LockingTo be announced
VerificationTo be announced
Seat allotmentTo be announced
ResultTo be announced
Reporting to the allotted instituteTo be announced

Stray Vacancy Round

Seat allotment processTo be announced
ResultTo be announced
Reporting to the allotted instituteTo be announced

NEET Counselling Process


On the official website, the Assam NEET Counselling application forms are made  available. The following steps must be taken in order to complete the Assam NEET Counselling registration:

  • Visit Assam NEET Counselling’s official website (
  • Then, select the “MBBS/BDS Counselling ” option.
  • After reading all of the instructions, click the “Apply Now” button.
  • Fill out all of the required credentials, such as personal, academic, and address information.
  • Following that, candidates must upload a scanned image of their signature and a photograph.
  • The image should be between 35 and 20 kilobytes in size.
  • The size of the signature should be between 30 and 15 kilobytes.
  • Both the signature and the photos should be in.jpeg or.jpg format.
  • After you’ve double-checked your information, click the “Submit” button.
  • After successfully submitting the online application form, candidates must print the e-challan and deposit the required fee in any State Bank of India branch.
  • Candidates are required to deposit an application fee of INR 1240 (plus bank charges of INR 60) on the second working day following the successful submission of the application form.
  • After paying the fee, the applicant will receive a copy of the challan.
  • It is also advised that candidates print the Assam MBBS/BDS application form for future reference.

Choice Filling

Candidates must indicate their college and course preferences during the choice declaration process in order to be considered for round-counselling. They can select as many colleges and courses as they want. Candidates can access the previous year’s allotment list by clicking on the link provided below. This will assist them in making college and course selections.

Seat Allotment

After every round of counseling, the seat allotment results are declared. NEET counseling results, released in the form of the seat allotment list and seat allotment letter, will release the seats allotted to the candidates. Candidates can check their name, roll no., allotted category, candidates’ category, allotted college, quota, and course in the NEET seat allotment list. The seat allotment letter is an important document that needs to be submitted at the time of reporting to the allotted college along with other mandatory documents.

Reporting to the Allotted College

Candidates should report to the allotted college to complete the admission formalities. At the time of reporting to the allotted college, candidates must submit the original copy of the mandatory documents.

MCC 15 % AIQ Quota

About MCC

Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The MCC is responsible for conducting online counselling for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate medical and dental courses in India, including MBBS and BDS, through the NEET UG and NEET PG exams, respectively.

The MCC conducts centralized counselling for the All India Quota (AIQ) seats in government medical and dental colleges across India, as well as for seats in Deemed and Central Universities, ESIC, and AFMC colleges. The counselling process involves registration, choice filling, seat allotment, document verification, and admission to the allotted colleges.

MCC NEET Counselling Registration

MCC holds four rounds of NEET-UG counseling for AIQ, including a mop-up round and a stray vacancy round. Following the completion of Round 2, the MCC will fill the remaining seats in a mop-up round and a stray vacancy round. The following steps must be taken:

  • Visit the official website: Visit the official website of MCC ( and click on the “UG Medical Counseling” tab.
  • New registration: Click on “New Registration” and fill in all the required details such as personal details, contact details, NEET exam details, and security pin. After filling in all the details, click on the “Submit” button.
  • Login credentials: After successful registration, a new page will appear with your login credentials. Use these credentials to log in and fill in your choices of colleges and courses.
  • Choice filling: Fill in your preferred colleges and courses in order of priority. You can choose as many choices as you want.
  • Locking of choices: After you have filled in your choices, you need to lock them by clicking on the “Lock Choices” button. Once the choices are locked, you cannot make any changes.
  • Seat allotment: The MCC conducts the seat allotment process based on your rank, category, and the choices filled by you. You will be able to see your seat allotment result on the official website.
  • Reporting to the allotted college: If you are satisfied with the seat allotted to you, you need to report to the allotted college within the specified time with all the required documents and pay the admission fee.

MCC Counselling Fee Structure

15% AIQ/ Central UniversitiesNon Refundable FeeRefundable Fee
URINR 1,000INR 10,000
Deemed Universities
All CategoriesINR 5,000INR 2,00,000

Eligibility Criteria

Qualify Exam NEET conducted By NTA
NationalityThe applicant must be an Assamese national.candidates’ parents must have lived in Assam for at least 20 yearsApplicants must be Indian citizens.NRI candidates with Indian passports are also eligible to apply. Under the NRI category, overseas citizens of India (OCI) and persons of Indian origin (PIO) are eligible to apply.
Age Limit17 years old (as of December 31). In addition, the candidate’s maximum age should be 25 years.
QualificationThe candidate must have a Class 12 credential or equivalent from a recognized board or institution. In addition, the qualifying test should include Biology, Chemistry, English, and Physics as core subjects.A minimum of 50% is required for the general category, 40% for SC/ST, and 45% for physically disabled candidates.


CategoryQualifying MarksPercentile Criteria
General/EWS715-11750th Percentile
SC/BC116-9340th Percentile
General/EWS & PH Category116-10545th Percentile
SC/BC & PH Category104-9340th Percentile


CategoryPercentage of reservation
Other backward classes15%
Scheduled Caste7%
Scheduled Tribes (Plains)10%
Scheduled Tribes (Hills)5%
Physically handicapped3%
CategoryReserved Seats
General Category359
SC (7 %)41
ST (P) (10 %)59
ST (H) Category (5 %)29
OBC/ MOBC (15 %)76
Freedom Fighter’s Quota2
Martyrs Quota2
Extremist Violence2
Char Area’s Quota4
Moran Community2
Motak Community2
Ex-Serviceman/ Defense2
Physically Handicapped Quota 3%*

Participating Colleges

College MBBS NamesAnnual Fee (INR)Seat Intake 
Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh25, 000/-200
Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed Medical College, Barpeta 20, 200/-100
Gauhati Medical College, Guwahati28, 000/-200
Jorhat Medical College & Hospital, Jorhat27, 500/-125
Silchar Medical College, Silchar22, 000/-125
Tezpur Medical College & Hospital, Tezpur27, 075/-100
Lakhimpur Medical College & Hospital, Lakhimpur27, 075/-125
College BDS NamesAnnual Fee (INR)Seat Intake
Regional Dental College, Guwahati25, 000/-50
Government Dental College Dibrugarh63
Government Dental College Silchar63

Documents Required

  • NEET Admit Card 
  • NEET Rank Card
  • OMR Sheet of NEET UG 
  • 12th Admit Card, Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate 
  • 10th Admit Card, Mark Sheet & Passing Certificate 
  • Caste Certificate (if applicable) 
  • Residence Certificate 
  • PH Certificate (if applicable) 
  • Passport Size Photographs


Q: Which authority is in charge of Assam NEET counseling and announces the Assam NEET cut-off?

A: The Directorate of Medical Education (DME) is in charge of issuing the Assam cut-off and performing NEET counseling in Assam.

Q. What is the official website of Assam NEET Conselling ?

A. The official website of Assam NEET Conselling is

Q: How many MBBS and BDS seats would be available through Assam NEET counselling?

A: Through the Assam State Medical and Dental Colleges, DME would allocate 900 seats for MBBS and 40 seats for BDS.

Q. Who are qualified for NEET counselling in Assam ?

A: Students who pass the NEET would be eligible for Assam NEET Counselling.

Q: How can I find out if I'm eligible to attend my preferred medical school?

A: After the Assam NEET counseling application form is completed, the college will announce its merit list. A merit list of eligible candidates will be published online based on the institute’s cut-off.

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