NEET UG Counselling 2023

NEET UG Counseling is conducted by the medical counseling committee for admission to various Under-graduate medical and dental. After the release of the NEET UG results, the MCC will publish the eligibility requirements and seat allocation. Qualified candidates may register on the MCC’s official website at https://mcc.nic.in/.

There will be a total of four counseling sessions: rounds 1, and 2, a mop-up round, and a stray vacancy round to fill any remaining vacancies. To be eligible for seat allocation, online registration is required. Based on the choices made, the number of seats available in a specific institute, the reservation criteria, and other factors, MCC will release the results of the seat allocation. Each round’s seat allocation results will be made public separately.

MCC conducts counseling for 15% of the All India Quota seats, and the appropriate state counseling agencies will conduct counseling for the remaining 85%. MCC manages the seat allocation process for deemed, central universities, 15% AIQ seats, and 85% state quota seats. To participate in the counseling process, candidates must register online.

NEET UG Counselling Highlights

FactorsParticulars
Counselling NameNEET UG Counselling
Conducting Bodies For state PG 85%Respective state’s counseling authority and 
Conducting Bodies For AIQ Quata PG 15%Medical Counselling Committee
Seat IntakeState- 85% of medical and dental seats in statesAIQ – 15% of Govt Seats, 100% of Deemed and Central University seats, ESIC, AFMC, AIIMS and JIPMER seats
NEET Counselling Type Undergraduate
Courses to Pursue UG Courses– Medical- MBBS                       Dental – BDS
Counselling Website State PGRespective counseling authority official website
Counselling Website AIQ Quotahttps://mcc.nic.in/

Important Dates

EventDates
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 UG Counseling Process

State Quota NEET Counseling Process (85%)

As the State Quota NEET Counseling Process varies from the state to state, please refer the following table for Counselling for various states;

StatesConducting Process
Andaman Nicobar(Click Here)
Andhra Pradesh(Click Here)
Arunachal Pradesh (Click Here)
Assam (Click Here)
Bihar(Click Here)
Chandigarh(Click Here)
Chhattisgarh(Click Here)
Dadra and Nagar Haveli(Click Here)
Delhi(Click Here)
Goa (Click Here)
Gujarat(Click Here)
Haryana (Click Here)
Himachal Pradesh(Click Here)
Jammu & Kashmir (Click Here)
Jharkhand (Click Here)
Karnataka(Click Here)
Kerala (Click Here)
Madhya Pradesh (Click Here)
Maharashtra(Click Here)
Manipur (Click Here)
Meghalaya (Click Here)
Mizoram (Click Here)
Odisha(Click Here)
Puducherry(Click Here)
Punjab(Click Here)
Rajasthan(Click Here)
Tamil Nadu (Click Here)
Telangana (Click Here)
Tripura(Click Here)
Uttar Pradesh(Click Here)
Uttarakhand(Click Here)
West Bengal(Click Here)

MCC Counelling Process for 15% ( AIQ )

About MCC:

The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) is the authorized body to conduct counseling for the National Eligibility Cumulative Entrance Test (NEET) for qualified applicants. The MCC/DGHS will conduct counseling for 50% AIQ, 100% Deemed Universities, Central Universities (including Delhi University, AMU, and BHU including Institutional/Domicile Quota), ESIC, AFMC (only Registration Part), and I.P Universities (VMMC, SJH, and D ABVIMS, RML, and& ESIC Dental), Delhi (50% AIQ + 50% Institutional Quota), 100% AIIMS, 100% JIPMER, and B. 

MCC NEET Counselling Registration and Choice filling

MCC will hold 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:

Step 1: To apply for NEET UG counseling, go to the Medical Counselling Committee’s website, mcc.nic.in.

Step 2: Then, on the homepage, select UG Medical Counselling.

Step 3: On the screen, look for the NEET UG Counselling registration link and click on it.

Step 4: Fill out the required information and register on the MCC website.

Step 5: Fill out the NEET UG Counselling application form after logging in.

Step 6: After that, upload the required documents, pay the NEET UG Counselling registration fee, and submit the form.

Step 7: Finish the NEET counseling option locking process.

Step 8: Check your college admission status after the NEET UG seat allotment result is released.

Step 9: Then, with all of the required documentation, go to the designated medical college for admission.

Seat Allotment

After every round of counseling, the seat allotment result will be declared. NEET counseling results, released in the form of the seat allotment list and seat allotment letter, will release the seat 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 as given below

Fee Structure


Non-Refundable Registration Fee    
15% AIQ/ Central UniversitiesFee
URINR 1,000
SC/ST/OBC/PwDINR 500
Deemed Universities
All CategoriesINR 5,000


Refundable Tuition Fee
15% AIQ/ Central Universities
URINR 10,000
SC/ST/OBC/PwDINR 5,000
Deemed Universities
All CategoriesINR 2,00,000

NEET UG Eligibility Criteria

ParticularDescription
NEET eligibility marks 2023The 10+2 percentage required for the NEET 2023 exam is different for each category and can be found below. NEET eligibility marks in class 12 are only considered for PCB subjects and are as follows: UR – 50%, OBC/SC/ST – 40%, PWD – 45%
NEET 2023 Qualifying ExamCandidates must have a 10+2 or equivalent from an accredited board, with PCB, Biotechnology, and English as core subjects. Aspirants with a 10+2 or equivalent are also able to apply for NEET.
Age Limit for NEET 2023They were 17 years old at the time of admission or will be 17 on or before December 31st of the year of their admission to the first year of the Undergraduate Medical Course.
NationalityOverseas Citizens of India (OCI) intending to pursue Undergraduate Medical Courses in a Foreign Medical/ Dental Institute must also qualify for NEET (UG).

NEET UG Cut Off

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

Participating colleges

StatesList of participating colleges
Andaman Nicobar(Click Here)
Andhra Pradesh(Click Here)
Arunachal Pradesh (Click Here)
Assam (Click Here)
Bihar(Click Here)
Chandigarh(Click Here)
Chhattisgarh(Click Here)
Dadra and Nagar Haveli(Click Here)
Delhi(Click Here)
Goa (Click Here)
Gujarat(Click Here)
Haryana (Click Here)
Himachal Pradesh(Click Here)
Jammu & Kashmir (Click Here)
Jharkhand (Click Here)
Karnataka(Click Here)
Kerala (Click Here)
Madhya Pradesh (Click Here)
Maharashtra(Click Here)
Manipur (Click Here)
Meghalaya (Click Here)
Mizoram (Click Here)
Odisha(Click Here)
Puducherry(Click Here)
Punjab(Click Here)
Rajasthan(Click Here)
Tamil Nadu (Click Here)
Telangana (Click Here)
Tripura(Click Here)
Uttar Pradesh(Click Here)
Uttarakhand(Click Here)
West Bengal(Click Here)

NEET  College Predictor

NEET  College Predictor is a tool provided by various online educational analysts to predict the chances of the student getting admission to medical colleges via giving entrance exam i.e. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) conducted by the central authority known as NTA (National Testing Agency)

MBBS College Predictor

MBBS  College Predictor employs a novel algorithm that analyses the opening and closing ranks of the previous year’s NEET counseling data to determine the best college for you to pursue Medical Studies. It forecasts your chances of admission to the medical school of your preference.

Thorough that MBBS Admission Consultant guides students on NEET counseling & top Medical colleges criterion.

BDS College Predictor

BDS College Predictor employs a novel algorithm that analyses the opening and closing ranks of the previous year’s NEET counseling data to determine the best college for you to pursue Medical Studies. It forecasts your chances of admission to the medical school of your preference.

Thorough that BDS Admission Consultant guides students on NEET counseling & top Medical college criterion.

NEET Counselling Admission Consultant for MBBS And BDS Courses

MBBS Admission Consultant

To know better MBBS Admission Consultants have developed user-friendly tools to assist in determining students’ goals. To receive assistance throughout the entire NEET Counseling process, till you are admitted to your preferred medical college. 

BDS Admission Consultant

To know better, BDS Admission Consultant has developed user-friendly tools to assist in determining students’ goals. To receive assistance throughout the entire NEET Counseling process, till you are admitted to your preferred medical college. 

Frequently Asked Question

Q. What is the NEET 2023 exam date?

A.  NEET 2023 exam date is May 7, 2023

Q. What are NEET Counseling 2023 Fees?

A. Counselling fees for General & OBC candidates is Rs. 1600 and for General-EWS & OBC-NCL is Rs. 1500.

Q. How many rounds of counseling are there for NEETs?

A. Round 1, Round 2 of AIQ, Mop-Up Round, and Stray Vacancy Round are the four rounds of counseling. MCC conducts three of the four rounds online, namely Round 1, Round 2, and the Mop-Up round.

A. NEET UG 2023 Counselling will be organised by MCC from the month of April 2023.

Q. How many rounds are there in NEET counseling?

A. NEET UG will commence in four rounds.

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