NEET PG 2021: Counseling started, know these 5 changes here

NEET PG Counseling 2021: Medical students wait is over, Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has started the registration process for NEET PG 2021 counseling. Eligible candidates are requested to visit MCC’s official website i.e. to process the application.

According to the official website, the last date to apply for Round 1 of Counseling is January 17, 2022. The dues can be paid by January 17 until 3:00 PM. You can fill and close your choice from 13 to 17 January. The internal verification of candidates will take place from 18 to 19 January. The process of allocating seats from January 20 to 21 and the allotment result of the first round of NEET PG will be released on January 22.

The assigned institutes must report from 23 to 28 January. The registration process under the first round ends on January 28. Candidates can check the detailed schedule mcc. fun. You can download by going to . Let us tell you that there will be four rounds of AIQ online counseling for NEET PG 2021 i.e. Round 1, Round 2, AIQ Clearing Round and AIQ Stray Vacancy Round.

NEET PG Counseling 2021: How To Enroll

Step 1- First, visit official website. Go to

Step 2- Go to the link ‘Registration for NEET PG Counseling 2021’.

Step 3- Now a new page will open.

Step 4- Fill in the requested information.

Step 5- Now pay the application fee.

Step 6- Submit the form.

Step 7- If you wish, you can take a printout of the application form.

MCC also reported five major changes to the PG NEET counseling scheme. Know here.

1 – The MCC said there will be four rounds in the NEET 2021 guidance and no seats will be returned to the states after the completion of the second round of AIQ. Previously, except in central institutes, AIQ NEET counseling had only two rounds and the seats were returned to the respective states after the completion of round 2 of AIQ.

2 – Empty NRA, Muslim Minority, Jain Minority Seats will be converted to Indian National Seats before being sent back to Honorable Universities after all qualified candidates are exhausted in the clearing round. Earlier, after the clean-up round, these chairs were returned for the Lost Vacancy round at the Estimated Universities.

3 – The AIQ’s reservation policy for central institutions and state-contributed seats will be:

SC: 15 percent

ST: 7.5 percent

OBC (non-creamy layer) according to the central OBC list: 27 percent

EWS: 10 percent

PWD- Horizontal reservation by NMC standards: 5 percent

4 – MCC will also advise for PG DNB seats.

5-MCC will also hold an Online Stray Vacancy Round for Central Universities and Institutes, All India Quota and DNB seats. Previously, this round was offline and was conducted across the institutes.

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