MCC Round 2 Counselling 2018 – Expected Cutoff for AIQ Government Colleges

MCC Round 2 Counselling 2018 – Expected Cutoff for AIQ Government Colleges

October 28, 2019 67 By Stanley Isaacs


Welcome to NEETLab – We guide students with
strong desire to become a doctor Many students have asked me, whether they
have chance to get MBBS seat in Round-2 All India Quota Government college counselling
for their NEET score. In this video, I am going to answer that question
so that you can figure out whether you have chance in second round counselling for your
neet score. At the end, I will tell you the exact All
India Rank for each category who have good chance to get Government colleges through
All India Quota. Many students are alloted seats in some other
state in first Round All India Counselling. They are going to vacate the seats alloted
to them in the first round. You might think that they are all going to
participate in the second round counselling so the competition will be same and the cutoff
is not going to come down. This is not true. State counselling for 85% state quota is over
in many states and for remaining states it will be over by end of this week. Students who got seats in their own state
through 85% state quota have already vacated seats they got through 15% All India Quota. This is going to create lot of vacant seats
in All India Quota. Not just this, students who got seat in AIIMS
and JIPMER are going to vacate their seats they got in round-1 of 15% all india counselling. This is another 1000 seats. Now you would have started believing that
the cutoff is going to come down significantly. The vacancy seat matrix is already published
by the Medical counselling committee. The exact number of MBBS seats vacated by
students from all categories is close to 2750. If we split the number of vacant seats by
category, this is the splitup. General category vacant seats are close to
2000 and for SC category, it is close to 400 and for ST it is 170. Now lets us see the Ist round cutoff for each
category. During the first round counselling the last
All India Rank who got MBBS government seat in Open category was close to 8300. You might have already guessed that if we
add 2000 which is the total number of vacated seats for unreserved category after round1,
the last All India Rank to get govt mbbs seat would be close to 10300 for the round-2. I would like to remind you that many candidates
who scored between 8300 to 10300 would have got seat in state counselling because in many
states, the state cutoff is much lower than the All India cutoff. Considering just 20% of them vacated their
seats, we can say that candidates whose All India Rank is less than 11000 has chance to
get govt medical seat in round2 all india counselling. You can do similar comparison for SC and ST
and find the cutoff. Ist round counselling All India Rank cutoff
for SC and ST is given in the previous slide. What if your NEET score is less than the round-2
cutoff?. Don’t worry. MCI has allowed Indian students to study medicine
abroad if you have NEET eligibiligy score of 96. There are over 400 colleges abroad for you
to choose from. If you need free guidance in choosing the
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neet score to 7010 253 788 to get free guidance. If Seetha from Bangalore wants to get free
guidance, she will send whatsapp request as shown here. The registration and choice filling has also
begun. Don’t miss this opportunity. Remember that there is no free exit in second
round of counselling. You would lose your security deposit amount
if you do not report to the alloted medical college. If you have any doubts regarding the 2nd round
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