The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will soon commence the counselling process for NEET PG 2023 in Delhi. Interested candidates must register online via the MCC website www.mcc.nic.in. Any registration submitted through a different mode will not be accepted. The counselling process comprises various stages such as online registration, fee payment, choice filling, seat allotment, and reporting of allotted seats.
MCC conducts counseling for the following –
- 50% seats of All India Quota
- 100% seats of Deemed/Central Universities
- 100% all India open DNB seats
The NEET-PG serves as the sole entrance examination for admission to various MD/MS and PG Diploma Courses, as per Section 61(2) of the National Medical Commission Act, 2019, and 10(D) of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. The counselling process for the 2023-24 academic year will encompass AIQ 50% quota seats for all States/Union territories, State quota seats for all States/Union territories, as well as private medical colleges, institutions & universities/deemed universities, Armed Forces Medical Services, and Post MBBS DNB Courses, Direct 6 years DNB Courses, and Post MBBS NBEMS Diploma Courses.
All India Quota Counselling
The AIQ counselling typically comprises four rounds, namely Round 1, Round 2, AIQ Mop-up Rounds, and AIQ Stray Vacancy Round. Those candidates who have cleared the NEET PG examination conducted by the National Board of Examination (NBE) and secured a rank in the All India Quota will be eligible to participate in the counselling process.
Counselling for Deemed University –
The counselling process usually consists of four rounds: Round 1 and Round 2 with AIQ, Mop-Up Round, and Stray Vacancy Round. MCC conducts three of the four rounds online, namely Round 1, Round 2, and Mop-Up Round. The Stray Vacancy Round is conducted by the respective Deemed Universities. For the Stray Vacancy round, a list of students in order of merit, ten times the number of vacant seats, is sent to the Deemed Universities.
Counselling for Armed Forces Medical Services –
To participate in AFMS counselling, candidates must register on the MCC website (www.mcc.nic.in) and select AFMS seats. The MCC’s role is limited to the registration of interested candidates, as the list of registered candidates is forwarded to AFMS Authorities for counselling in accordance with their rules and regulations.
Counselling for Central University/Institute –
The MCC usually conducts four rounds of counselling, namely Round 1, Round 2, Mop-Up Round, and Stray Vacancy Round. Candidates who have qualified for All India Quota seats based on their rank in the NEET PG examination conducted by NBE are eligible to participate in the counselling process for the 50% AIQ seats of Central University.
Delhi University Seats –
50% of seats in the All India Quota are contributed by Delhi University. As for the remaining 50% of seats, candidates who have completed their MBBS from DU are eligible for a 50% Internal Quota at Delhi University.
Aligarh Muslim University Seats –
Half of the seats in the All India Quota are contributed by AMU. The other half of the seats are reserved for candidates who have completed their MBBS from AMU, which are known as internal seats, and amount to 50% of the total seats available in AMU.
Banaras Hindu University Seats-
Half of the seats in the All India Quota are provided by BHU. The other 50% of seats are reserved for candidates who have completed their MBBS/BDS from BHU, and who are eligible for 50% of internal seats in BHU.
Counselling for Diplomate of National Board (DNB) –
The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) is responsible for conducting counselling for DNB courses, which includes domicile-free and All India-in-character seats. However, MCC does not conduct counselling for In-service seats of DNB. The counselling process for DNB courses usually consists of four rounds, namely Round 1, Round 2 in AIQ, MopUp Round, and Stray Vacancy Round, all conducted by MCC. Candidates who have qualified for NEET PG conducted by NBE are eligible to participate in the counseling process.
Seat Allocation for NEET PG 2023 –
The allotment of seats for NEET PG 2023 will depend on several factors, including NEET PG rank, selected colleges and courses, available seats, reservation policies, and other considerations. Once these factors are taken into account, the MCC website will announce the provisional results of Round 1 after the seat allotment process.