NEET admission rounds mop-up counseling
A lot of students underestimate the mop-up NEET admission rounds counselling. It is commonly known as the final round for NEET counselling. In the following article, you will understand the characteristics of mop-up round and how to get through them.
If you have plans to appear for the mop-up round, you must know certain things about it. For instance,
- The mop-up round counselling is done in both online and physical mode. First, you must apply for it online and then appear for the same physically on the alleged date
- It is divided into two parts i.e. 85% State mop-up round and 15% AIQ mop-up round. Each state conducts its mop-up round
- Only leftover seats are available. Those who think that they may get a better college in the final round, it is certainly not true. The last round has leftover seats from AIQ and State quota counselling
- Domicile rules aren’t applicable in this round. It means that anyone can apply from anywhere, irrespective of the state or category
15% AIQ mop-up round
Any student who wants to appear for the 15% mop-up round will again have to do the registrations. As soon as registrations are over, the candidates waiting list is generated on Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) website. The list is followed by a list of participated colleges with remaining seats. These seats are categorized based on the number of seats and quota available in the government colleges, central deemed universities or private colleges. The website also briefs about the necessary documents and demand draft required to lock a seat
- Any leftover seats in government colleges are transferred to the State quota counselling. For instance, there is a seat in a government medical college in Kerala, the seat will be transferred to Kerala state government for state counselling
- In case of private or deemed universities, students must check the list of remaining colleges. Based on their NEET rank, score and eligibility criteria, register for the mop-up Neet admission rounds counselling
Note: When applying for the 15% AIQ mop-up round, students must check maximum seat availability in each state. It allows you to apply for more than one college at once. It increases the outlook of getting a seat
85% State mop-up round
For this round, the leftover seats are available from 85% state quota and 15% AIQ counselling. Like AIQ mop-up round, the seats are categorized based on government colleges, central deemed university or private college.
As domicile rules and regulations aren’t applicable, anyone can apply from any state. The entire process is like AIQ mop-up. You must register yourself as per the availability of remaining colleges. Then, a state merit list will be generated. It explains the venue, documents required for the verification and amount of demand draft to be submitted. The rest of the process remains the same where choice filling and allotment of the seat takes place.
Note: When applying for 85% state mop-up round, students must apply for a state with maximum and minimum availability of seats. In each case, the probability of getting a seat is high
This final step leads to the completion of the mop-up round as well as NEET counselling process. No seat is allotted after its completion.
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