NEET-UG Counseling 2021 Round One Result Tomorrow; Know the details and exit criteria.
MCC will announce the NEET 2021 counseling result for the round one tomorrow. Check details on NEET UG counseling result.
The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), on behalf of the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC), will announce the result of the round one of NEET-UG 2021 counseling on February 1. As per the counseling dates, NEET 2021 seat allotment list will be available and can be downloaded from Official website- mcc.nic.in.
Aspirants who will be included in NEET-UG 2021 allotment list have to report at the designated colleges from February 2 to 7, 2022, till 5 pm. NEET seat allotment will be done on the basis of NEET rank, choices filled, seats available, reservation criteria, and other factors.
The NEET counselling result 2021 will be released in PDF format, which also includes the roll number, All India Ranks (AIRs), category, college allotted, and remarks.
How to download NEET 2021 seat allotment list PDF?
- Visit official website – mcc.nic.in
- Check the round-1 result link in the ‘download’ section, after availability
- NEET counselling round 1 result will be displayed on the screen
- Search NEET rank using Ctrl+F keys
- If selected, verify the details like allotted and candidate category, college allotted, and others
Discrepancy in NEET counselling result 2021:
In case of any query or discrepancy in the released provisional NEET 2021 seat allotment list, candidates can send their queries the details on the MCC email ID firstname.lastname@example.org. Based on these queries, the NEET final counselling result will be announced.
Aspirants need to provide their acceptance or rejection for the allotted seat. After joining the MBBS/BDS seat, students need to report at the allotted college with relevant documents for verification and submission of fees.
What is the Free Exit and Exit with Forfeiture?
Free exit (only for round 1) – If a candidate allotted a seat in round one but for any reason does not report or join the allotted college, he/she would not be penalized and the security deposit will not be forfeited. Such candidates will be eligible for subsequent rounds.
Exit with forfeiture – If a candidate is allotted a seat in the second round and does not want to appear in the allotted seat, he/she may exit with forfeiture (losing the security deposit deposited) within the given time period. It is to be noted that the candidates appearing in the allotted seat in the second round will not be eligible to resign/surrender the seat and will also not be allowed to participate in the state counselling.