NEET Seat Allotment 2020

The seat allotment process of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test is defined as assigning a seat to a particular college or university based on the student’s overall rank in the NEET UG examination. 


The number of available seats, as well as the student’s choice of the educational centre, plays a major role in booking a college seat from NEET. Based on a student’s rank and scoring, he or she can also get a fair chance to book seats for various colleges. 


NEET seat allotment for this year (2020) will be done post the counselling sessions. Both these processes of counselling a candidate and booking his or her seat is an orderly and long-duration official procedure. The respective student may then visit the college or university campus and confirm their academic seat. This is done by paying the stipulated fees at the given date and time. 


Conduction of the Seat Allotment Process for NEET-UG 2020

The  Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) along with the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) will manage the process of allotting seats to candidates from the qualifying National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test. 

As stated before, the choice of study and the overall rank in the exam which is the All India Rank (AIR) are the 2 major keys to booking seats in the required university. The choice of study/course is pre-mentioned by the student during his or her application form filling. 


After this procedure, the NEET seat allotment is finally decided by the committee and is generated for the student. The list of all the candidates who got their seats booked will be present in the ‘allocation list’. This allocation list is also notified on the official web page of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).


Based on the percentage of quota, the given below numbers have been followed thee years for NEET seat allotment and hence applicable for this years as well:

  • Deemed, Central Universities, AFMC and ESCI Institutions cover a good count of 100% seat allocation. 

  • 15% of the seats are allocated to ‘AIQ’ seats which are All India Quota. The counselling process here is conducted through online mode. 

  • Remaining 85% of the seats are regarded to be State Quota seats and is undertaken counselling by the state officials only.  


The 3 Phases of Allotting A NEET Seat to A student 

The mop-up round is also included in the NEET seat allotment process of 2020. The stages are namely the following:

  1. 1st round is expected to start around the last week of June (Tentative Date). 

  2. 3rd week of July is expected for phase 2. 

  3. The last and 3rd stage is the Mop-up round. 


This is the general pattern followed for all the UG candidates while attempting the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test. 

Table NEET Seat Allotment-related Events with Tentative Dates for 2020

EVENT DETAILS 

TENTATIVE DATE OF EVENT FOR 2020

Choice-based Counselling Registration for NEET 2020 from the MCC

NOT AVAILABLE  

Declaration of the Indicative Seat Allotment Results  

NOT AVAILABLE  

Round - 1 of Allotting the Seats

NOT AVAILABLE  

Reporting students from Seat allotment of Round - 1

NOT AVAILABLE  

Seat Allotment Process in Round - 2

1st week of August (Tentative)

Round - 2 Seat Declaration 

2nd week of August (Tentative)

Shifting to State Quota from Vacant seats by the MCC

3rd week of August (Tentative)


Please refer to the official page of MCC and NEET for getting updated with the events and dates. The NEET PG rank wise seat allotment, as well as UG 2020, is subject to changes due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. 


 What is The Procedure to NEET Seat Allotment?

The student registers for the counselling process online after attending the examination. The candidate is now requested to lock (pick) their choice of dental or medical course with their interested college. As per the order of preference chosen by the student during seat locking, the candidature is evaluated and called for confirmation the seat. The student can now visit the campus, pay the fees and get their seat allotted. Failing to this can lead to opening the seat reserved by the college/university for the next slot of the student (s). 

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the estimated count of seats in JIPMER and AIIMS for the academic years 2020-2021?

1205 seats are to be filled by 15 AIIMS centres and 200 seats are to be allotted for 2 JIPMER institutes for the academic year 2020-2021.

2. How many colleges participated in the ‘AIQ’ section last year?

235 new colleges had joined the ‘AIQ’ scheme leat year (2019) for NEET seat allocation.

3. When is the NEET Examination happening in 2020?

As per the official notification on their website, NEET is postponed from May-3, 2020 (Sunday) to July-26, 2020 (Sunday) - Dated as per 22.05.2020.

4. How much is the payment for getting the NEET application form?

Students from General Category must pay Rs. 1500/- and it is Rs 1400/- for General-EWS/OBC-NCL*. For SC/ST/PwD/Transgenders, application form payment for NEET exam is Rs. 800/-.

5. When it the NEET admit card expected to release in 2020?

The NEET admit card is expected to get released anywhere in July this year (2020). Visit the official page for recent updates and notifications.