The first round of counselling for both Government quota and management quota seats will be conducted online. The second round of counselling will be conducted offline (physical counselling) for Government quota seats and online for Management quota seats. The Mop up round of counselling will be conducted offline (physical counselling) separately for Government quota seats and management quota seats.
All NEET PG qualified candidates who submit online application along with choice of college/course on or before the last notified date and time will be considered for first round of PG medical seat allotment.
The link to choose College/Course is made available to candidates immediately after paying application fees. Candidates should click the relevant link and submit their choice of College/Course. Without submission of preferences, the application will be incomplete and will not be processed.
Only those registered candidates who pay the registration fee (security amount) will be considered for the second round of counselling. Accordingly, the merit list of all registered candidates who pay the prescribed registration fee for the second round will be updated and published on the CENTAC website.
During PG medical counselling process, all candidates have the facility of choosing their college/course irrespective of the college/course he/she was initially allotted. This method is called Sliding. In simple terms, Sliding refers to upgradation of seat from one college to another.
No. The registration fee will be refunded to the same account from which the candidate has made the payment. CENTAC does not accept requests for the change of account under any circumstances. Therefore, it is advised to keep card/bank account from which payment has been made active until the refund has been made.
If a candidate has deposited his/her original documents at any college/institute then a Bonafide certificate should be produced with an undertaking to the allotted medical college indicating that the original documents will be produced within reasonable time which shall not be more than one day (up to 5 PM) prior to the next round of counselling. If a candidate who has submitted undertaking at the allotted medical college fails to produce original documents within the given time then the allotment will be cancelled.
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