June 25 (): We have reported yesterday that the CBSE has uploaded the NEET UG Counselling 2013 call letters of those candidates who have qualified the examination.
All candidates are advised by the Board to stay in touch with the official portals of CBSE –http://www.cbse.nic.in and http://cbseneet.nic.in/cbseneet/welcome.aspx as well as Ministry of Health and Family Welfare website – http://www.mohfw.nic.in till UG admission process gets completed for any updates, counselling schedule, instructions etc.
To access the 15% all-India quota counselling letter, candidates were instructed to visit the CBSE link at http://cbseneet.nic.in/cbseneet/RankLetter/rankletterIP.aspx by entering the registration no, roll no and date of birth.
Now, to address the growing concern among the student community about the non-availability of names in the all-India quota counselling list, Truthdive.com attempts to focus on the possible way-outs when one faces this situation of not finding one’s name in all-India quota counselling list.
– NEET counselling procedure will be different for candidates applying for different quota seats i.e All India Quota, State Quota, Central University/Institutions quota, Armed Forces Medical Colleges (AFMC ), Quota in Private Medical colleges in India.
– Counselling for 15% all India Quota Seats will be conducted online by the Directorate General of Health Services. All the related information will be available on their website.
– For state quota and AFMC counselling through NEET UG 2013, candidates are advised to be in touch with the websites of the Directorate of Medical Education of their respective states in order to seek admission to the quota seats. This information will also be available in Directorate website and candidates may apply to these seats as per guidelines set down by the directorate.
– Students applying through NRI or Management quota in Private Medical Colleges have to apply as per the guidelines specified by the college/institution.
– Students should note that the admissions to the Private colleges will be strictly followed as per the regulations set down by the concerned state Government or university.
Also,the Medical Council of India(MCI) has decided to fix a cut-off of percentile scores of all applicants to short-list the eligible candidates for admission into undergraduate medical/dental courses in the country. The MCI opined that this cut-off percentile should be in place keeping in view the huge number of candidates who take the examination.
The MCI has fixed 50 percent cut-off for general category and 40 percent for reserved candidates.
Given below is the table of candidate details who qualified the NEET UG exam 2013 on the basis of minimum qualifying criteria:
|Category||Marks range||Qualifying criteria||No of candidates|
For further assistance regarding NEET UG 2013 counselling, you may contact the following authority:
The Assistant Director General (ME),
Directorate General of Health Services,
New Delhi – 110108.
Office : 011 – 23062493
Counselling Centre : 011 – 23218750
To all the medical/dental aspirants – Be in touch with the respective official websites, stay calm and do not panic.