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NEET-UG 2021 Seat Allotment Round 1 is all set to be out on 29th January 2021. This will clarify which candidate has received which seat at some of the top medical colleges in India. Considering how important this process is, it is crucial that candidates are fully aware of all of their options for when they are or are not satisfied with the allocation. Without understanding what the next step should be or by making a minute mistake, candidates may end up losing their seats. So, CollegeDekho has come up with certain instructions that must be followed after the first round NEET-UG seat allotment. Candidates who are expecting their results may read the full piece below and make their decisions.
NEET-UG 2021 Round 1 Seat Allotment Instructions
If candidates are satisfied with their allocation and accept it, they will have to download their allotment letter from the official website of the conducting authority using their login credentials.
Then, students will have to report to their designated centres for document verification.
The previously mentioned steps mark the completion of the admission process. However, candidates must make sure to follow these steps as soon as possible because the document verification only remains open for two to three days.
During these steps, candidates will also have to undergo a medical examination proving their medical fitness.
Once they've been granted admission, candidates will receive details from the college along with an admission letter.
If candidates do not wish to participate in Round 1 allocation, they can opt for the Free Exit option. After this, they are eligible to participate in the next round without any deduction of the fee however, this would mean that candidates would lose their Round 1 allocation and cannot claim it back.
In the case of Free Exit, if candidates do not accept their Round 2 allocation, this will cost them the refundable fees.
If candidates do not receive any allocation in Round 1 and wish to try it in the next round, they will have to complete the Choice Filling process again. It must be noted that this option is not available after Round 2.
Hope these points help candidates make a good decision. To get more such information on NEET-UG Counselling and Seat Allocation 2021-22, stay tuned with CollegeDekho.