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The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has published the Counselling schedule for 15% All India Quota seats for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2017. The schedule was published soon after publication of NEET 2017 Result on June 23 and will allow candidates to start registering in online ..
The counselling of NEET 2017 for 15% all India Quota seats will begin from July 3 and will be conducted by the Director General of Health Services (DGHS) while for 85% state seats, it will be conducted by the states themselves. Click here to know more.
CBSE has declared NEET 2017 Cut Off along with NEET Results on June 23. The NEET Cut Off 2017 score is the lowest possible marks a candidate must obtain in order to qualify NEET 2017. The cut off score is based on many factors such as number of seats, number of candidate’s applied etc. Click here ..
NEET 2017: SC clears air on Counselling process, Deemed University seats to be filled by DGHS along with 15% All India Quota seats
In a verdict on the NEET 2017 Counselling process issued by the Supreme Court on May 9, admissions to all seats in Deemed institutions will now be determined by the Directorate General of Health Services. The judgment also contains many other important directives which should help NEET aspirants gai..
Admissions to UG and PG medical programmes at state level will now take place through a common counselling process for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017
Just before Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) was to hand over vacant seats from 15% All India Quota pool to respective states, Supreme Court put a stay on the transfer of such seats till further order. Click here to know more.
The Supreme Court has asked for a status-quo on the on-going admission process in medical institutions across different states.