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NEET Seat Allotment 2020: Dates, Procedure, Documents and Seats

Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of MCC will hold the NEET 2020 seat allotment process. The seat allotment process will be started once the choice of colleges will be filled by the aspirants. There will be three rounds including mop-up in the NEET 2020 seat allotment process. Seat allotment process is based on the obtaining score from NEET exam, availability of seats and on the other factors. 

Once candidates are done with the counselling part, they will receive an email or text message regarding the course and college that have been allotted to them. NEET Seat allotment will be done on the basis of rank of a candidate, preference filled at the time of counselling and category.

To enrol the names for the seat allotment process, the candidates will need to provide the details like academic, personal, contact and the communication details. After completing the registration process, the aspirants require to login and should provide the preferable college names and the course names. If the aspirants will be granted for the admission to the colleges, then they will need to report to the respective institutions on the mentioned date. However, the admission process to the colleges will be completed with the document verification process. This article will be beneficial for identifying the seat allotment 2020 schedule, NEET counselling rounds, NEET results and NEET 2020 admission process. 

It is then the responsibility of candidates to report to the college allotted to them and confirm their seat by submitting the required fee within the given time. If any candidate fails to do so, his/her seat will be passed on to the next deserving candidate.

NEET Seat Allotment Calendar for 2020

NEET Counselling Registration, Choice Filling and Indicative Seat In first 2 weeks of July 2020 *
Choice filling and locking In the 2nd week of July 2020 *
Process of Seat Allotment (Round 1) In the 2nd week of July 2020 *
Round 1 Result published In the 2nd week of July 2020 *
Reporting at the Medical/Dental College allotted in the 1st round In the 3rd week of July 2020 *
Exercising of choices and locking (Round 2) and New Registration In the 1st week of August 2020 *
Process of Round 2 of Seat Allotment In the 1st week of August 2020 *
Result of Round 2 In the 1st week of August 2020 *
Reporting at the Medical/Dental College allotted in the 2nd round In the 2nd week of August 2020 *
Transfer of vacant seats in All India Quota to State Quota In the 2nd /3rd week of August 2020 *

* dates are tentative

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What is new in NEET 2020 Seat Allotment Process?

  • MCC will play the role of the central university from the year 2020 to conduct the counselling for both the AIIMS and JIPMER. Consequently, the admission to 15 AIIMS and 2 JIPMER will be held by MCC, so that 1205 and 200 seats of those two universities can be filled as soon as possible (respectively). 
  • The number of AIQ participating colleges to the NEET seat allotment process has increased since last year. For instance, under AIQ, approximately 235 colleges have been participating. 
  • Apart from increasing the number of participating colleges, the total number of seats of the participating colleges have also been increased. NEET seat allotment process will be conducted for filling approximately 4591 seats. 
  • Safdarjung Hospital (SJH), ESIC, and Vardhaman Mahavir College (VMMC), and Delhi College will take part in the NEET 2020 counselling process from this year. Consequently, the seat allotment process in 85% state quota and 15% AIQ will be filled by MCC. 

Seat Allotment Process of NEET 2020

Once the aspirants fill their choices of preferable colleges, then the NTA authority will start the process of seat allotment of NEET 2020. The seat allotment process will rely upon the scores of NEET 2020 result, preferences of choices filled, availability of seats, reservation criteria and on other details. 

Once the result will be announced, the aspirants should choose an option, whether they will accept or refuse the allotted seat. Read the following content to find the NEET 2020 seat allotment process. 

  • The candidates will require to download the NEET 2020 allotment letter if the candidates would accept the allotted seat. In order to download the letter, the aspirants are required to provide the date of birth, security pin and roll number. 
  • Not only the seat allotment letter, but the aspirants should also report to the designated centre with the verified certificates and documents. Hence, the admission process to the colleges will be completed. 
  • The next process of seat allotment is the NEET admission process, and it will be done by the next two to three days. As a result, the aspirants are required to report to the institute immediately when the NEET allotment list will be released. 
  • Next, the aspirants will need to go through the medical test to check whether they are medically fit or not. 
  • Once, the admission will be granted by the respective colleges, then the allotted college will send the candidates details to the DGHS. As per the details, the admission letter for the students will be granted. 
  • If the aspirants will not accept the allotted seat after completing the first round of counselling and if they will not like to attend the second round counselling process more, then they should exit freely.
  • In case of free exit, the aspirants will not get any refund from NTA NEET authority. 
  • On the other hand, in case of non-acceptance seat allotment after the second round of counselling, the aspirants will receive deductible refundable fees.

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Second Round for Seat Allotment

Following candidates will be eligible for the second round of seat allotment:

  • A candidate who has already registered but the seat is not allotted in the first round of seat allotment.
  • Registered candidates who did not get admission due to change of category will be considered for seat allotment for the second time under a new category.
  • Candidates who have reported at the allotted college and choose an upgrade in their reporting period will be given a chance

NEET Seat Allotment List of Previous Years

In order to get a clear idea on seat allotment of NEET, the aspirants should go through the below-mentioned list:

Year Rounds Allotment lists
2019 Round one Click here
Round two Click here
Mop-up round Click here
2018 Round one Click here
Round two Click here
Mop-up round Click here

Reservation Criteria of NEET Seat Allotment Process 2020

15% AIQ NEET Seat Reservation criteria 2020 will be dependent upon the centralised reservation policy. On the other hand, the 85% seat reservation process is completed based on state regulations. Kindly note it down, the seat reservation is applicable under 15% AIQ for BDS/MBBS degree. 

Reservation criteria for NEET exam:

Category % of seats reserved
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 27%
Scheduled Caste (SC) 15%
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 7.50%
Physically Handicapped (PH) 5%
Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) 10%

NEET 2020 exam will be conducted for taking admission 79928 students for MBBS, 52720 for AYUSH, 26949 for BDS and 525 for BVSc and AH program. 

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Documents Required for Seat AllotmentDocuments Required for NEET Seat Allotment

Subsequent documents are required at the time of NEET seat allotment. Also, candidates should never forget to carry their original documents along with the attested photocopies at the time of admission

  • NEET Admit card
  • NEET 2020 Result/Rank Letter
  • Birth Certificate
  • Class X Certificate
  • Class XII Certificate
  • Class XII Marksheet
  • 8 passport size photographs (Same as the one pasted on the application form)
  • Provisional Allotment letter generated online
  • Identity Proof
  • Category Certificate (if applicable)

Classification of Seats

NEET seats are categorized as follows:

  • All India Quota Seats
  • State Government Quota Seats
  • Central Pool quota seats
  • State/ Management/ Private/ NRI Quota Seats in all Private Medical/ Dental Colleges or any Deemed/ Private/ University

NEET Seat Matrix for Medical and Dental Colleges

Category Seats
JIPMER MBBS Seats 200
AIIMS MBBS Seats 707
Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and J&K MBBS Seats 8750
Total Seats eligible for NEET counselling (All India and State Counselling) 63735
All India 15% Quota Seats for MBBS Counselling (Excluding Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and J&K) 8248
Total seats under respective state counselling (Including Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and J&K) 55467
Total MBBS seats in India 64642

Check NEET Participating Colleges

If a candidate has any queries related to his/her seat allotment, contact the address below:

The Assistant Director General (ME)

Directorate General of Health Services,

Nirman Bhawan,

New Delhi-110011

Helpline Number: 011-23062493

FAQs

Ques. Do you need to download the NEET allotment letter for allotting seats in the colleges? 
Ans. Yes, after completing each round of NEET 2020 counselling process, the aspirants should download the seat allotment letter by the aspirants. When they will report to the colleges, they should carry the letter with them.
Ques. What are the required documents to download the NEET seat allotment letter? 

Ans. In order to download the NEET seat allotment letter, the aspirants will need to submit the detailed information like NEET roll number, date of birth and security pin.

Ques. What is indicative seat allotment?

Ans. With the help of indicative seat allotment process, an aspirant can identify the probability of getting a seat in the colleges, It will be available during the first round counselling process on the MCC website.

Ques. Does NEET bring any change in 2020?

Ans. From 2020, the admission process for both AIIMS and JIPMER colleges will be held by NEET.

Ques. What is indicative seat allotment?

Ans. With the help of indicative seat allotment process, an aspirant can identify the probability of getting a seat in the colleges, It will be available during the first round counselling process on the MCC website.

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