Know MBBS/BDS Admission Roadmap basis over the NEET Score of 2019

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MBBS Admission Roadmap through NEET Score 2019

While NEET has the standardized the system for the medical education over the nation, the question emerges on,  what after NEET 2019 remains as shrouded in mystery.  Different from the requirements and the relevant different states often as the MBBS/BDS aspirants are confused. Of all the 13 Lakh aspirants who attempt to pursue the MBBS/BDS admissions through NEET 2019 and the immense competition only there means to the candidates who are keen to know for the detailed information about NEET admissions.



ABOUT NEET 2019
NEET 2019 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on the date of May 5, 2019. The admit card has also been issued to all the candidates who have successfully completed their application process on April 15 where the admit card can be downloaded online by entering one’s application/registration number, the DOB and security code. It has become the sole basis for MBBS/BDS admissions in the country, be it for private or the government colleges, with the only exception as being AIIMS and JIPMER institutions.
NEET 2019 scores would be used for the relevant admissions to approximately 66,620 MBBS and 27,060 BDS seats over India. Besides this, the candidates who wish to pursue MBBS abroad are also now mandatorily required to appear for NEET. Besides the MBBS and BDS, from this relevant year onwards, NEET has also become compulsory for the admission to the AYUSH courses which includes as the 
BAMS/BUMS/BYMS/BSMS/BHMS in India and the 15% seats of the BSc. Veterinary Science in the Government Colleges.
Here NEET being the single-window entrance examinations for the Nation coveted MBBS/BDS courses as well as many of the other allied  medical seats, and also of over 13 lakhs candidates are being expected to register for the examination, the questions for what after the NEET has been never been more pertinent for MBBS/BDS   aspirants or the candidates have given the high-scores to the nature of the examination.

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What after NEET 2019 for MBBS / BDS admissions?
After appearing for NEET, the candidates can also prepare themselves relevant to their admission process and into the meantime, also calculate to their scores and the rank that they might get over NEET results which have been declared on June 5, and soon as the NEET admission process will begin. There are also important features for both of the post-NEET phases i.e immediately after the exam and the period after the NEET results of 2019.

What after NEET? - Immediately after the exam. 
After the exam gets over and the NEET results are been released, the candidates can work over the two important tasks which are :
  • Calculate NEET 2019 Score
  • Predict NEET 2019 Rank
The rough idea of the NEET score result and the rank will help the candidates to view an insight on the medical and the dental colleges, they might get over, basing over the previous year NEET admission trends.

Although the NTA has released the official answer key of NEET 2019 a few days before the NEET result has been declared on June 5, 2019.  Candidates can also calculate their relevant marks with the help of the relevant answer keys, and can also the access to theses answer keys of NEET 2019 entrance examination.
Once the NEET score has been calculated, one can predict the rank basing over the previous year NEET marks vs Rank trends.

What after NEET 2019? 
Following the declaration of NEET 2019 Result
As the results of NEET 2019, which has been announced on the date of June 5, 2019, the counseling process for MBBS/BDS admissions will begin. The candidates who have scored the minimum of the required qualifying percentile in the NEET 2019 will be able to participle into the counseling process and is to be considered for the admissions.

To qualify the NEET 2019, one will need to score at least the 50th percentile (40th percentile for the SC/ST/OBC). Last year of the NEET qualifying score which was as 119 marks (out of the 720 ). Following steps will need to be followed after the declarations of NEET result 2019 : 

1- Qualifying the exam (by scoring the NEET cutoff).
2-Apply for the counseling process. 
3- Participate in the counseling and secure the admission for the relevant candidate.

Understanding the NEET Counselling  Process for the MBBS/BDS Admissions

The “What after NEET” aspects is the one which confuses the aspirants and the parents too and is most related to various counseling processes that begin after the result declarations. There are numerous counseling authorities and the application forms which are bound to remind the pre-NEET admissions scenarios of the relevant medical education. Even when one understands the type of counsellings and is aware of the relevant number of seats,
Application Process for the variety of the NEET 2019 Seats

All India Quota (AIQ) Seats
All the government medical and the relevant dental colleges in India (except for Jammu and Kashmir), have to share the 15% of their MBBS/BDS seats to the NEET AIQ scheme. The candidates who can apply for NEET 2019.  To apply for AIQ counseling the candidates must fill the applications form the AIQ counseling when is released by the Directorate General of Health Service (DGHS) on the behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). 

Seats at Deemed and Central Universities
The deemed and the central universities as well, similar to AIQ where the students can apply who have qualified for NEET 2019. The Central Universities include the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and Banaras Hindu University (BHU).
DGHS is the counseling authority for the Deemed and the Central Universities as well, and the similar to the AIQ.  The NEET 2019 Deemed and of the Central, Universities counseling would begin from the second week of June,  To apply for the MBBS/BDS seats in the same, a separate applications form for Deemed and of the Central Universities counseling is released.

State Government Colleges
Most of the candidates thinking over the NEET are free to choose for the states of the choice. The 85% seats which remain with the government medical and the dental colleges after the surrendering 15% of the seats n the AIQ under some state quota. These seats are generally for the candidates who belong to these respective seats. The candidates can apply for the state quota seats in their respective state government colleges.

Private Colleges Seats
The same state who conduct the counseling authorities for the state quota seats conducting the counseling for private colleges as well. While some of the states have already begun their applications process, where most f them would also release the NEET 2019 State counseling applications after NEET is declared.

Counseling Procedure
The key what after the NEET Process which the candidates are required so as to go through is undoubtedly the counseling procedure. After which the NEET result, once the qualified candidate fills the right application forms for the counseling, all of the other procedural necessities automatically fall into the place with the regular updates from the counseling authorities.

AIQ seat Counselling
The DGHS conducts two rounds of counseling for the 15% AIQ MBBS/BDS seats, after which the second round gets over, the remaining seats (if any) are transferred back to the states. The last year of the approximately 3,521 MBBS seats in 159 medical colleges and 299 BDS Seats in 24 of the dental colleges were available under the 15% of All India Quota.

Deemed/Central Universities Counselling 
The DGHS conducts the two of the rounds for the counseling and Central Universities, followed by a mop-up round.
AFMC and IP Wards for ESIC COunselling: Candidates who are willing and are eligible for these seats must register for them through the DGHS portal itself.

State Quota Counselling
The respective state counseling authorities also conduct counseling for the 85% state quota seats in their states. These seats are generally reserved for the candidates holding for the domicile of the states, the counseling for the relevant state quota seats which is conducted in the two to the three rounds followed by the Mop-Up round.
Private College Counselling: The same counseling authority is also responsible for conducting the counseling for the state quota seats which will be responsible for conducting the counseling for the MBBS/BDS seats into the state private colleges.  The counseling might be here conducted in the three to the four rounds followed by the mop-up round, depending over the relevant vacancies.

NEET Counseling Schedule is Declared, Check here for more info

After Registration Process, Documents Required

Candidates wondering after the NEET entrances, they should note that as long one applies for any of the counseling processes will release their merit lists giving the state ranks to the eligible candidates out of these. Some of the state counseling authorities also might even release the two sets of the NEET merit lists, as one for the government and one for the private medical colleges. During which the respective counseling, following some of the basic documents which would be required to be carried. These include :
  • NEET Admit Card
  • NEET Rank Letter
  • Class 10 or 12 Certificate and the Marksheet
  • ID Proof
  • Domicile Proof (only for the state quota seats)
What if you aren't able to secure an MBBS Seat in NEET 2019?
As here, very beautifully shared by Dr. Sanjay Gogoi, Director of Fortis Memorial Research Institute, “ It takes just one of the MBBS seat to sail up the ship into the direction of becoming a doctor. All of you may not be able to crack NEET for the first time but do not give up hope. Keep trying, work harder. Remember you just need one MBBS seat and there are 60,000 and more in the country. “
If one isn't is able to secure the desired MBBS seat, one can always appear for NEET since there are no caps on the number of attempts in the NEET anymore. Besides this, the candidates should also remember that the NEET 2019, the score would not only be used for the allocation of admissions to the MBBS seats, but also to several other of the countries which include the BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, BYMS, BSMS and also a Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences. The given the multitude of the options available, where the candidates can breathe a little easy about what to do after NEET.

One must also keep in mind that the medical domain comprises many of the different fields which are crucial to the smooth running of the system and can be as also pursued by the one if is interested. Courses the one can pursue without the NEET which include the Pharmacy, Nursing, Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, Forensic Science, Clinical Psychology. Medical Lab Technologist, and also Optometry, etc. So worry for the no more about what after the NEET and the confident;y strive towards attaining to the dream medical career.

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