Know how to lock the seat and other details
The NEET 2021 counseling calendar will be updated on the official website of the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). NEET 2021 counseling is expected to begin shortly for admission to various medical schools across India, as medical aspirants across the country await the announcement of NEET 2021 counseling dates. On mcc.nic.in, the date of the 2021 NEET counseling will be published.
The NEET 2021 UG counseling process is a long procedure in which applicants have to complete registration, payment of fees, filling of choices; the filling and locking of choices, the allocation of seats, the results and the reports in the colleges, these are all the elements of the council for NEET-UG 2021.
On the official website of the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC), it will also update the NEET 2021 counseling program. Students who have scored above the NEET 2021 threshold can register online at the mcc.nic website. in. For admission to undergraduate medical degrees, registration will be for 15% All India quota (AIQ) seats.
Seats in government colleges (except those in Jammu and Kashmir), central and reputable universities, seats reserved for children of policyholders (IP quota) in medical colleges of the Employees’ Insurance Company (ESIC) and seats available at Armed Forces College of Medicine (AFMC) Pune is among the seats available under the 2021 NEET quota for all of India.
For admission to state government and private sector dental and medical schools, the 85 percent of the state quota seats for the NEET 2021 board will be administered by the respective national authorities.
Know the MCC Counseling 2021 for AIIMS booking
AIIMS follows the central government reservation policy, which mainly applies to seats provided by AIIMS to the All India quota:
Quota for the whole of India for SC (listed castes) -15%
All India quota for ST (listed tribes) – 7.5%
All India quota for OBC (other descending class) – 27% for non-creamy layer
Quota for all of India for people with disabilities (disabled people) – 5%
All India quota for SAP (economically weaker section) – 10%
Why did the Supreme Court refuse to pass a NEET 2021 review for two students?
On Friday, November 12, 2021, the Supreme Court overturned a Bombay High Court ruling ordering the National Testing Agency (NTA) to reprogram two undergraduate candidates for the 2021 National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) whose questions and OMR sheets were mixed at a Maharashtra Test Center.
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Despite their sympathy for their plight, a bench of Judges L Nageswara Rao and BR Gavai said it would be impossible to conduct a review just for them.
According to the students, during the distribution of the test booklets at 1:50 p.m., all the notebooks fell on the floor in the examination room, which mixed up the test books and the optical mark recognition (OMR) sheets and, therefore, NTA ake for a second opportunity to review their papers. The students whose test books and Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) sheets have mixed up are Vaishnavi Bhopale and Abhishek Shivaji.