The Office of the Chairman, NEET UG Medical admission and Dental Admission which is from the Counselling Board and Principal and Controller, SMS Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur will commence the Rajasthan state counselling for NEET UG 2020 by the fourth week of June 2020 (tentative). The candidates shortlisted as per the merit list will be eligible to participate in the counselling round.
The counselling board will conduct three rounds of counselling process which includes the mop-up round to shortlist the students for admissions into the universities. The counselling will include choice-filling, document verification, registration and seat allotment. The candidates will be allotted seats based on their rank secured in NEET entrance exam, availability of seats and reservation criteria. Read the article to know more about the Rajasthan MBBS 2020 counselling.
The candidates who are eligible must check the counselling schedule through online mode to avoid forgetting the deadlines. The schedules mentioned below shall help the applicants to track the events of the admission. Find below the important dates of Rajasthan ug medical counselling 2020.
The candidates securing qualifying rank in NEET entrance test will be eligible to participate in the counselling round. The officials will conduct three rounds of counselling. All candidates must register for the counselling process via online mode Find below the steps to participate in Rajasthan MBBS 2020 counselling -
1st Step: Registration
The applicants have to provide their personal, academic and contact details to register for the counselling process. Pay the requisite fees via online payment mode to complete the registration process.
2nd Step: Merit List
The officials will release the merit list which consists of the names of shortlisted students along with their rank obtained and examination roll number.
3rd Step: Document Verification
As per the merit list, all shortlisted candidates are required to report at the allotted institute with all specified documents for verification.
4th Step: Choice-Filling and Locking
Post the verification of documents, the aspirants are required to provide the preference for the institute via online choice-filling. The candidates need to lock the preference to submit the choices for seat allotment.
5th Step: Seat Allotment
The officials will be allotted the seat to the candidates based on their preference, availability of seats, marks secured in the entrance exam and reservation criteria. The aspirants need to pay the requisite fees to confirm the seat in the university. The aspirants will receive the seat allotment letter via online mode. In case the candidate does not receive the seat of his/her choice, they can participate in the further rounds of seat allotment.
6th Step: Reporting at the College
The candidates who have been allotted seats are required to report at the institute on the specified date and time to confirm the admission in the university.
The selected candidates will be required to carry the below-mentioned documents for verification:
NEET admit card
Copy of photo ID
Class 12th mark sheet
Class 10th mark sheet or any equivalent certificate showing D.O.B
Caste certificate, sub-category certificate, if applicable
Bond as per the applicable Proforma
Seat Allotment letter
4 passport size photograph
Note – In case the candidates fail to bring the documents for verification, the admission of such aspirants will stand cancelled.
The aspirants will need to fill and submit a bond proforma at the time reporting at the allotted institute. The candidates allotted seats in a Government Medical College will have to submit a bond of Rs. 5.0 lakhs (Rupees five lakhs) and sign a commitment to serve the State Government for 2 years of the designated period.
If the candidate will leave the course after the second round of the counselling due to any reason, the bond of Rs. 5.0 lakhs (Rupees five lakhs) will be seized by authorities from such applicants.
Find below the seat intake in each participating institute from the below mentioned table.
NEET merit list consists of names of the candidates who are qualified for the counselling process. The names of the candidates are provided in the order of the ranks they have achieved. On the whole, there are three types of merit lists:
All India Merit List
AIQ Merit List
State Merit List
There is a high chance of getting the same score among the candidates. In this case, the rank is decided based on the following criteria:
The student who secured highest marks in Biology.
The candidate who scored higher marks in Chemistry.
The candidate who has procured less negative marks.
An applicant who is older.
There are some eligibility criteria that candidates need to fulfil to be included in the merit list. The table below gives complete details of eligibility criteria –
Though, the merit list is only for those candidates who have chosen for 15% All-India Quota seats for their NEET. Candidates have to make this choice while filling up the application form for this entrance exam.