NEET 2022 exam was held on 17th July; although students have already calculated their approximate marks based on answer keys, still all of them are eagerly waiting for the NTA to announce the final results. However, there is one major hurdle and a mammoth challenge before students get admission to their dream college and start the journey they always dreamed of, and that challenge is NEET 2022 Counselling. In this blog we will guide students about various aspects of NEET 2022 counselling and how Bewise classes can help you in achieveing your dream of joining medical college of your dream.
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NEET is an entrance examination conducted annually by NTA for admission to MBBS, BDS, B Sc Nursing, AAYUSH and other courses. NEET 2022 was held on 17th July 2022 and the result for this is expected to be announced on 7th September 2022.
After the announcement of the result, the admission process will be governed by MCC, AACCC and various other states' medical regulatory authorities. MBBS admission is a cumbersome process, comprising various stages or rounds in which students select and fill their college options. Then, the competent authority i.e. MCC, AACCC or state admission bodies examine the choices and allot a seat to students as per their respective ranks and various Quotas listed under NEET 2022 admission guidelines.
The NEET counselling is the stage where the majority of students are confused and commit mistakes, due to which many students don’t get a seat in the medical college that they deserve or they would have got , had they been more vigilant and guided by some experienced person for their counselling. To take care of such misshaping and this ”make or break” scenario, Bewise Classes has launched an Exclusive NEET counselling program so that NEET aspirants can reach their dream college.
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There are various courses which medical students can pursue after qualifying NEET Exam, A Few of these courses are given below.
|1.||MBBS||Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery : Program that imparts knowledge for students to conduct diagnoses, find treatment and medicines, and perform surgeries.||5.5 Years|
|2.||BDS||Bachelor of Dental Surgery : undergraduate level degree program in the field of oral healthcare.
|3.||B.Sc. (Nursing)||Bachelor of Science in Nursing: focused on developing critical care, and proficiency necessary for professional nursing practice.
|4.||BAMS|| Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery: program designed to make students familiar with the concepts of Ayurveda with the ideas of modern medicines.||5.5 Years|
|5.||BHMS||Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery: a program that provides knowledge in homoeopathic medicine.||5.5 Years|
|6.||BNYS||Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences: program in the field of integrated naturopathy and yoga therapy.||5.5 Years|
|7.||BUMS||Bachelor in Unani Medicine and Surgery: program in the field of Unani medicine and surgery||5.5 Years|
|8.||BSMS||Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery: undergraduate program in Siddha system of medicine, which is most ancient amongst the AYUSH system.||5.5 Years|
|9.||BVSc&AH||Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry: a program that deals with animal physiology, anatomy, and animal health.||5.5 years|
|10.||BPT||Bachelor of Physiotherapy : a program that deals with the structure of the human body.||4 Years|
MCC is responsible for conducting MBBS admission procedure for 15% AIQ seats in government colleges, 100% seats in deemed/ central universities, AIIMS, JIPMER, ESIC, and AFMS along with 100% seats in DU. All the qualified candidates who aspire to join MBBS, BDS or B.Sc. Nursing courses must register themselves on MCC and various other state counselling websites to participate in NEET counselling.
Candidates who aspire to join Under Graduate courses in AYUSH (BAMS/BSMS/BUMS/BHMS) have to register themselves for counselling for All India Quota seats, including Government, Government Aided, Deemed Universities, Central Universities, and National Institutes conducted by Ayush Admissions Central Counseling Committee (AACCC), Ministry of Ayush, Government of India.
|Type of Institute
||AIIMS||New Delhi, Jodhpur,Bhopal, Patna Raipur, Rishikesh, Rae Bareli, Nagpur, Manglagiri, Gorakhpur, Telangana, Bhatinda, Kalyani, Deoghar, Rajkot, Guwahati, Vijaypur, Bilaspur
|Central||ESIC Colleges||Bihar, Delhi, Haryana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Telangana, West Bengal|
|Delhi University||Maulana Azad Medical College||MAMC, New Delhi|
|I.P. University||Vardhman Mahavir Medical College||VMCC, New Delhi|
|Delhi University||University College of Medical Sciences||UCMS, New Delhi|
|I.P. University||Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Medical Sciences||RML, New Delhi|
|Delhi University||Lady Hardinge Medical College||LHMC, New Delhi|
|Chandigarh||Govt. Medical College & Hospital||GMCH, Chandigarh|
|I.P. University||Dr. BSA Medical College||BSA, New Delhi|
|Maharashtra||Seth G.S. Medical College||SGS,Mumbai|
|Gujarat||B. J. Medical College||BJMC, Ahmedabad|
|Rajasthan||S.M.S. Medical College||SMS, Jaipur|
|Tamilnadu||Madras Medical College||MMC, Chennai|
|I.P. University||NDMC Medical College||New Delhi|
|Uttar Pradesh||King George Medical College||KGMC, Lucknow|
|West Bengal||Medical College Kolkata||Kolkata, West Bengal|
|Maharashtra||Bahiramjee JijiBhai Medical College, Pune||BJMC, Pune|
|Karanataka||Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute||Bangalore|
|Kerala||Govt. Medical College, Kozhikode||Kozhikode, Kerala|
|Rajasthan||RUHS College of Medical Sciences||Jaipur|
|Maharashtra||Grant Medical College & Sir J.J. Hospital||Mumbai|
|Haryana||Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS||Rohtak|
|Rajasthan||Sardar Patel Medical College||Bikaner|
|Himachal Pradesh||Indira Gandhi Medical College||Shimla|
|Uttar Pradesh||Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences,||Lucknow|
|Rajasthan||S.N. Medical College||Jodhpur|
|Maharashtra||Topiwala National Medical College||Mumbai|
|Maharashtra||Lokmanya Tilak Municipal M C||Mumbai|
|West Bengal||Institute of PG Medical Education & Research||Kolkata|
|Bhubaneshwar||S.C.B. Medical College||Cuttak|
|Maharashtra||Govt. Medical College ||Nagpur|
|Punjab||Govt. Medical College||Patiala|
|Rajasthan||R.N.T. Medical College||Udaipur|
|Gujarat||Government Medical College||Surat|
|Madhya Pradesh||M.G.M. Medical College||Indore|
|Bihar||Patna Medical College||Patna|
|Maharashtra||Dr. R.N. Cooper General Hospital||Juhu, Mumbai|
|Telangana||Gandhi Medical College Musheerabad||Secunderabad|
|Uttar Pradesh||S.N. Medical College||Agra|
To pursue courses under NEET, candidates must have passed class 12 in all subjects with a minimum 50% marks for General Category and 40% marks for OBC/SC/ST/PWD . Candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as compulsory subjects and should have passing marks in English ( or any other language) subject.
Based on provisions in the Indian Constitution, it allows the Central Government and the States Government to set reservation of institutes funded/governed by them, which provides relaxation in the eligibility criteria needed in various examinations. The reservation policy has been designed by NTA following the guidelines laid out by Indian/state government. Reservation is primarily given to 4 groups: Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Economically Weaker Section, abbreviated as SC, ST, OBC, EWS respectively, along-with Persons with Disability termed as PwD. In Central Universities and for All India Quota Seats, a uniform rule/percentage is followed, which is :
|Economically Weaker Section-General (EWS)
|Scheduled Caste (SCs)||15%|
|Scheduled Tribes (STs)||7.5%|
|Other Backward Classes (Non-Creamy Layer)||27%|
For PwD categories reservation quota has been capped at 5% horizontally i.e. 5% of seats will be reserved for PwD in all categories seats.
Medical Council of India (MCC) conducts counselling for all seats in Central Government Institutes, there is no provision of State quota in few institutes, namely, AIIMS (all), BHU etc. 100% of seats in such institutes are considered as Open Seats and are filled through counselling conducted by MCC. Although State quota reservation is not applicable in such institutes, however category-wise reservation rule as per the NTA guidelines is still applicable in such institutes.
As per the guidelines given in the NTA notification, 15% of seats in Medical Colleges run by the State have been fixed as All India Quota, reserved for students from other states & UTs from India. For example, MAMC college is a Delhi University College, for which 15% of seats are reserved for students belonging to states other than Delhi.
Under the State Quota Rule, 85% of medical seats in a medical college of states are reserved for students who belong to the same state. For Govt. medical colleges located in Delhi, counselling for state-quota seats is done by either MCC or IPU.
Army Force Medical College, Pune, offers the MBBS course with an intake capacity of 150 students. Out of these 150 seats, 115 seats are reserved for male candidates and 30 seats for female candidates respectively. 5 seats are reserved for the candidates sponsored by the government from friendly foreign countries. The candidates applying for MBBS at AFMC Pune are initially shortlisted for the screening process based on merit in the NEET exam. The shortlisted candidates are then called for the screening process involving ToELR, PAT, Personal Interview and Medical Examination at AFMC Pune.
AFMC 2022 MBBS Admission Process in Detail:
JIPMER has two campuses, PUDUCHERRY & KARAIKAL. There are 150 seats in JIPMER PUDUCHERRY, and 50 Seats in JIPMER Karaikal, out of these seats, 40 & 14 Seats respectively are reserved for students with Puducherry domicile. JIPMER is an exceptional central govt. institute where there is a provision of reservation for state domiciled students.
Employees' State Insurance Corporation Quota ( ESIC Quota) is a reservation quota for children of Insured persons under ESIC. There are 11 ESIC medical colleges in which 437 seats are reserved under the ESIC quota. Watch this video for detailed information on closing ranks of various ESIC colleges in NEET 2021.
Top 50 MBBS Colleges in NEET 2021:
||AIIMS, New Delhi||Delhi||53||254||256||875||4820
|2.||MAMC, New Delhi||Delhi||87||265||372||1438||6966|
|3.||VMCC, New Delhi||Delhi||143||312||472||2948||12809|
|4.||UCMS, New Delhi||Delhi||215||365||830||3319||16978|
|6.||ABVIMS/RML , New Delhi||Delhi||258||415||656||5076||16359|
|8.||LHMC, New delhi||Delhi||531||770||1127||8726||37072|
|12.||BSA Medical Collge, Delhi||Delhi||621||1734||2153||13533||48966|
|13.||Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai||MH.||708||1950||3258||16239||56313|
|16.||Madras Medical College, Chennai||TN.||755||5906||2870||35401||55718|
|18.||IMS - BHU, Varanasi||UP.||974||1516||1532||13546||37005|
|19.||NDMC, New Delhi||Delhi||1118||1835||2268||14056||52512|
|22.||Medical College, Kolkata||WB||1674||3808||3468||11687||76324|
|25.||Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore||KN||2214||3540||4531||35678||20940|
|28.||Govt. Medical College, Kozhikode||Kerala||2498||12129||3031||79737||80770|
|29.||RUHS College of Medical Sciences, Jaipur||Raj||2660||2687||2808||26994||29165|
|30.||Grant Medical College & Sir J.J.Hospital, Mumbai||MH||2869||4555||4174||43154||39178|
|31.||PT. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak||Haryana||6379||7779||7935||53096||67031|
|32.||Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner||Raj.||2887||3942||3761||30495||51553|
|33.||Medical College, Baroda||Gujarat||3094||5353||5607||51817||61888|
|34.||Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla||HP.||3346||3713||5018||42190||56612|
|35.||Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, AMU, Aligarh||UP||3469||3340||3376||NA||NA|
|36.||Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Inst. of Med. Sce., Lucknow||UP||3811||5319||5417||47524||63196|
|37.||Dr. S.N. Medical College, Jodhpur||Raj||3956||4887||4828||32744||54600|
|38.||Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai||MH||4913||6665||7768||51102||71335|
|39.||Lokmanya Tilak Municipal M C, Mumbai||MH||4264||7045||7317||56456||70946|
|40.||Institute of PG Medical Education & Research, Kolkata||WB||4346||4786||4798||12055||65886|
|41.||S.C.B. Medical College, Cuttack||Odisha||4280||5692||3448||21404||80312|
|42.||Govt . Medical College, Nagpur||MH||6095||8160||8483||57574||78560|
|43.||Govt . Medical College, Patiala||Punjab||4492||8530||8853||55398||77222|
|44.||R.N.T. Medical College, Udaipur||Raj.||4644||5484||5312||45240||55761|
|45.||Government Medical College, Surat||Gujarat||4815||5115||5891||47567||58045|
|46.||M.G.M. Medical College, Indore||MP||4855||7687||6504||51887||69448|
|47.||Patna Medical College, Patna||Bihar||4062||4500||5048||51738||60685|
|48.||Dr. R.N. Cooper General Hospital, Juhu, Mumbai||MH||6274||7902||8447||58679||76876|
|49.||Gandhi Medical College Musheerabad, Secunderabad||AP. ||4014||5728||5997||42201||35330|
|50.||S.N. Medical College, Agra||UP||6480||5113||6926||54526||63148|
MBBS is 5.5 Years course, and apart from academics a student should enjoy his college years and its should be a good learning experience for him personally. Student should check his personal comfort and compatibilities for example some students have reservations about food choices and they don't like regional cuisines and cooking style .Similarly language is also a big barrier while dealing with patients , many time students have to deal with patients speaking only regional language so it becomes hard for a student to comprehend patient's ailemnts and communicate with him properly.
Post Graduation should be one of the most important factor while choosing a MBBS college. Students who prefer going for PG should keep in mind various PG quotas in NEET PG admissions.There are many types of PG quotas like
Many institutes have quotas for admission in PG courses, exclusively for graduates from the same institute, for example, IMS- BHU, and AIIMS New Delhi have a 50% internal PG quota for students who have done their bachelor's from the same college.
Like the Internal PG quota in some states/universities, there is a university quota for PG admission. These quotas/reservations are meant for students who have done their MBBS from the colleges affiliated with these Universities. For example- DU affiliated colleges (MAMC, UCMS, LHMC) have University Quota.
This is the most common kind of PG quota where reservations in PG courses are given to students who have completed their MBBS from the same state.
There are many financial obligations which studnets and parents need to fulfill during the course of a complete MBBS degree . This include various academic fees, hostel fees, mess fees etc. So if students are from middle class or financialy not sound than they should prefer govt. medical colleges. If a student want to further cut their expenses, they can take admission in their home state/city so that they don't have to pay hostel and mess fees.
This is one of the factor which Students often overlook while taking admission in MBBS. There are bonds which a student have to sign while entering into MBBS. This bond restricts student for mandatory service period in state/service failing which they have to submit bond amount for moving out of state/service. For example AFMC, Pune has compulsory service of 7 years in Armed Forces or Bond of Rs 63 Lakh, which a student shall pay if he doesn't want to do 7 year compulsory service.
We have listed out 7 Best Tips for preparing your MBBS college preference list for NEET 2022 Counseling, watch the complete video to get a clear picture.
For the benefit of NEET aspirants we have created a list of important videos that all medical aspirants must watch so that they could get a better idea about how to prepare preference list of colleges, which college to give priority & which colleges should be at bottom of their preference list.
||Video Title||Link to watch
||NEET 2022 में 540 - 550 - 560 - 570 - 580 - 590 Marks आ रहे हैं Drop करूँ Admission ले लूँ |||Watch here
|2||Career Options after MBBS | Opportunities after MBBS | What to do after MBBS | BeWise Classes||Watch here|
|3||7 Best Tips - NEET Counselling 2021 में Perfect College Priority Order कैसे set करें ? Top Secrets||Watch here|
|4||TOP 40 Medical Colleges of India for NEET Counselling 2021 | Perfect List for North & South Indian||Watch here|
|5||Top 7 AIIMS Colleges with Cut OFF for NEET 2021 aspirants | New AIIMS में Best AIIMS कौन सा है |||Watch here|
|6||AIIMS vs State Medical Colleges - Fees, Cut OFF, PG Quota | Advantages of AIIMS Colleges||Watch here|
|7||List of Medical Colleges have Internal PG Quota | How to use it in Choice Filling in NEET UG 2021||Watch here|
|8||Comparison of IMS BHU vs KGMU, Lucknow Cut OFF 2021| Which College is better - Detailed Analysis||Watch here|
|9||NEET 2022 - All 304 MBBS Colleges Cut OFF | Round & Category Wise Expected Cut Off | BeWise||Watch here|
|10||Haryana से MBBS करें या नहीं | Haryana 7 Year MBBS Bond | क्या MBBS की FEE 40 Lakh है?||Watch here|
|11||ESIC Medical College - Preference List | ESIC Cut OFF 2022 | Fees & Bond | ESIC Vs other Colleges||Watch here|
|12||Delhi State Counselling में College Priority कैसे रखें | Best Medical Colleges in Delhi||Watch here|
|13||AFMC Cut OFF 2022, Counselling Procedure & Admission Process, AFMC Fee, Bond, Toelr Test & Interview||Watch here|
We have tried to cover all information in detail which will help NEET aspirants to select best MBBS college for them as per their marks in NEET 2022. If you are still confused and not sure how to proceed for NEET counselling then you can also join our NEET 2022 Personal Counselling Guidance program.
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