NEET counselling is the forward step that comes after clearing the exam. Through NEET counselling, candidates can get admitted to Medical colleges any place in India. On the basis of the All India Rank of the individual and college as per your will, the seats are going to be allocated.

According to the recent update, 15 AIIMS institutes and a couple of JIPMER institutes will also be listed within the NEET counselling for the applicants to settle on.

For 85% of the state quota seats and private colleges of the state, the counselling authorities of that state will conduct the counselling.In total, there are 3 rounds conducted in the NEET counselling including a mop-up round organized by Deemed/Central universities.


NEET is one among the toughest entrance examinations. After all, it's a national-level examination. So, you have to be at your best level if you want to study in top colleges in the country with the desired branch. But how does one ensure that you’re fully prepared?


Students do their best and take exams, but they are not sure of what to do next? That's why there is an option for medical Counselling . It is the Plus point for any aspirants.


Guidance is necessary for the students, which should be proper guidance.  Due to a lack of proper guidance students end up choosing the wrong colleges or expensive colleges. Thus, it is very necessary to take medical counseling from a professional medical consultant.


Career Xpert will guide you through the full NEET Counseling process, from beginning to end, until you are accepted into a good medical college. Career Xpert will help you decide about your future.


NEET Counselling-Run-Through

  • The NEET counselling go on three stages
  • Mock counselling allows individuals to pick an indicative seat enabling candidates to check and ensure a seat in the first round
  • The MCC then holds counselling for 15% of All India Quota seats
  • The state counselling officials take charge of conducting counselling for respective state quota seats
  • All those candidates who have failed to ensure a seat will be provided with a final and last opportunity to secure admissions in the Mop-up round counselling. Here one can pick from the seats that were remained unfilled post the two counselling rounds of the AIQ seats and which were refused by other individuals
  • Candidates need to register on the official website to participate in the mock counselling
  • Those candidates that self-register under the state quota counselling should abide by the domicile rules to be part of the state counselling.




Once the results are released, the forward step is the counselling process for NEET exam individuals. Only those candidates are qualified for counselling who have cleared the NEET cut off declared by the NTA. The cut-off score is the minimum/least score which is required to clear the NEET exams as the qualifying score. The qualifying percentile for different categories is as given below:

Candidates should have obtained the required aggregate marks in the qualifying examinations:

General category – 50th percentile

OBC/SC/ST category – 40th percentile

Physically handicapped: General category – 45th percentile

Physically handicapped: OBC/SC/ST category – 40th percentile

To summarize, once the results are declared:

  • Clear the NEET cut-off score for qualifying
  • Apply for the counselling process for NEET exams
  • Take part in the counselling process
  • Seek admission in medical institutes