NEET Seat Intake/Matrix list (pdf format) is uploaded by mcc.nic.in every year after the result in the fourth week of June. Candidates are supposed to report to the allotted college in the given time to get admission.
- NEET allows around 63,800 candidates to pursue MBBS/BDS from various medical colleges in India.
- Each college releases its own category wise cut off list.
- The institutes which are allotted to the candidates also depends on the choices filled during the counselling process.
- Check: NEET 2019 Counselling
NEET Previous Year Seat Matrix 2018
|Round 1 – UG Seat Allotment||Click Here|
|ESI Counselling (Round 2)||Click Here|
NEET 2019 Seat Allotment Process
- After counselling, candidates will receive SMS or email regarding their allotted seat and college.
- The college will be allotted on the basis of candidate’s rank, score and cut off that year.
- Candidates will be given time to report to the allotted college and they must submit the college fees. If failed, the seat will be allotted to the next candidate.
NEET Seat Intake FAQs
Q1. What category of candidates can appear in All India Quota Seats?
- Indian Nationals, NRIs, OCIs, PIOs, Foreign Nationals
Q2. What is the eligibility for NEET?
- Candidates must have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, English and Biotechnology/Biology as subjects from a recognized board.
Q3. Who can appear under State Quota seats for NEET?
- Candidates who have a domicile of a state can apply for their domicile seat and a merit seat will be released by the competent authority of the state.
Q4. Can a candidate leave All India Quota seat for State Quota seat in second round?
- No, once a candidate has enrolled for the second round of All India Quota, he/she can not switch to State Quota seat. However, the candidate can exit, if he/she has been allotted a seat under deemed/AIQ.
Q5. What is the NEET Cut Off this year?
- Please check NEET Cut Off to know more.