NEET PG - MCC Counselling

MCC counselling process for admission in medical colleges includes various stages starting from Registration, Security Fee Payment, exercising of College/Course Choices and Locking of Choices. Choice filling is one of the crucial stages of MCC NEET counselling process. The options needs to be filled based on one’s budget, college/course preference and Cutoff ranks as the seat allotment is purely based on the choices filled by the students and their secured NEET rank. Although there is no restriction on the number of choices that can be filled, it is still important to fill the options wisely to get better opportunities in the secured rank. The students who are allotted seats either under Management quota or NRI quota are required to download the provisional allotment letter generated online and report in the allotted college within the stipulated time along with the following original documents to complete medical admission formalities.

Calendar Of Events

Events Dates
First Counselling 23-03-2020
Second Counselling 13-04-2020
Final Counselling 18-05-2020

Application Fees

Category Fees
General Rs. 1,000
SC/ST/OBC Rs. 500

Document Lists

  • NEET Admit Card
  • NEET Results
  • Date of Birth Certificate
  • 12th Mark Sheet
  • Passport Size Photographs
  • Provisional Allotment Letter
  • NRI Documents, if applicable
  • SC/ST/OBC Certificate if applicable
  • Disability Certificate if applicable

Frequently Asking Questions

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The validity of NEET PG result is limited for the current PG medical admission session and cannot be carried forward for the next admission session.

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All India Rank in NEET PG is the overall merit position of the candidate amongst all the candidates who have appeared for NEET PG exam.

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All India 50% quota category rank in NEET PG is the overall merit position of the candidates in the categories like OBC, SC or ST as opted by the candidates in NEET PG application form.

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In case of two or more candidates obtaining same marks in NEET PG exam, the merit position shall be determined following tie-breaker criteria in descending order as given below:

  • Candidate having more number of correct responses.
  • Candidate having less number of negative responses. 
  • Candidate who is older in age.
  • Candidate scoring higher aggregate marks.



Date: 20-09-19

In case of two or more candidates obtaining same marks in NEET PG exam, the merit position shall be determined following tie-breaker criteria in descending order as given below:

  • Candidate having lesser number of negative responses in the entire paper including all Parts will be placed at a better merit position
  • Candidate scoring higher marks in Part C of the NEET PG question paper will be placed at a better merit position
  • Candidate having lesser number of negative responses in Part C of the NEET PG question paper will be placed at a better merit position
  • Candidate scoring higher marks in Part B of the NEET PG question paper will be placed at a better merit position

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NEET PG shall be the only entrance exam for PG medical admission, which will include the following:

  • All India 50% quota seats (all States except J & K)
  • State quota seats (including the State of J & K)
  • All Private medical colleges & deemed universities in the country
  • Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions
  • DNB Broad Specialty Courses

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No. AIIMS conduct their own entrance exam. It is mandatory to appear in AIIMS exam and obtain required score for admission to PG medical courses in AIIMS institutions. In addition to AIIMS, the following institutions are not covered under Centralized Counselling for PG medical admission through NEET PG:

  • JIPMER Pondicherry
  • PGIMER Chandigarh
  • NIMHANS Bangalore
  • Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum

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Candidates who were allotted PG medical seats in the mop up round of counselling of Government quota and Management quota are not eligible to participate in Stray Vacancy round.