Applicants who have qualified for the NEET 2018 are allowed to participate in NEET Counselling for All India Quota (AIQ) Seats conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) as well as State level Counselling conducted by individual state counselling authorities. However, the applicants who did not qualify the NEET 2018 will not be able to participate in this counselling process.
Applicants who have qualified for NEET 2018 except for those who belong to Jammu and Kashmir (unless they have filled the self-declaration form while filling the NEET application 2018) can register themselves for All India Quota Counseling. The registration process will be conducted online. On the behalf of MCC, it will be conducted by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).
The All India Quota counselling is scheduled to begin from 12th June 2018. The DGHS will also conduct admissions for all MBBS as well as BDS seats offered by Central and Deemed Universities all across in India. The initial counselling will be done on the behalf of the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune.
The applicants who are planning to apply for the state quota seats will have to register themselves for the various state counselling processes as they are announced by the respective authorities. The NEET 2018 counseling in different states of India is expected to start with the release of applications from the 2nd week of June 2018.
AYUSH course admissions will be conducted by the different states through the counseling authorities. Applicants who belong to Jammu and Kashmir who have not chosen to go for the All India Quota seats can register themselves for the state counseling process in their respective states.
With the considerable number of seats offered by the Top Medical Colleges in India accepting NEET 2018, it is obligatory that applicants closely follow the different NEET counselling processes and make sure they fill in the best possible choices for their scores.
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Those applicants of NEET 2018 scoring between 119 to 300 from the General category and 96 to 250 from SC/ST/OBC are eligible to take admission in the medical colleges to study MBBS in abroad.
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