NEET seat allotment round 2 result announced


NEET seat allotment round 2 resultThe seat allotment result of NEET 2017 round 2 has been announced on August 08. All the candidates who had registered under 15% All India Quota seats can check their result online. NEET 2017 seat allotment result displays colleges and courses offered to the candidates as per the ranking, choices filled and availability of seats. Candidates who were unable to register for first round have participated in round 2 of NEET seat allotment. The process of NEET seat allotment 2017 has been done from August 5 to 7.

NEET 2017 Seat Allotment Result – Procedure to check

Candidates can follow the procedure mentioned below to check result of NEET seat allotment.

  • Use the link provided on this page
  • Candidates must enter their roll number and password as registered
  • After verifying the details, click on ‘submit’
  • Candidates must check their allotted seats
  • NEET seat allotment result is also available in the form of PDF

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Once the seats are allotted, all the eligible candidates must report at the respective colleges from August 9 to 16, 2017, (up to 05:00 pm) for document verification and completion of admission procedure. It must be noted that candidates joined in second round of counselling in 15% All India Quota seats are not allowed to vacate the seats.

After the completion of NEET counselling successfully, the remaining list of vacant seats will be transferred to state quota on August 16, 2017, after 05:00 pm. The conducting authority of respective states will conduct the counselling session for admission to government as well as private medical and dental colleges.

Through NEET 2017, around 4033 MBBS and BDS seats will be allotted for admission to 15% All India quota from all government medical and dental colleges of India.

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