NEET 1st Round Seat Allotment Result 2022 (Released) | First Counseling Seat Allocation MBBS/BDS @


MCC NEET 1st/First Round Seat Allotment Letter Results 2021-2022 Released on 1st February at Candidates can check for their Undergraduate MBBS, BDS (Dental) seat allotment results/ letter in the official site links which are mentioned below. Download UGC Counselling Round 1 Provisional Allotment Result pdf from below.

NEET First Round Seat Allotment Results 2021 PDF – 1st Round Counseling Result MBBS/BDS at

NEET Second round seat allotment Results 2022: MCC conducts the counselling process for 15% All India Quota seats. Students can check for the MCC NEET 2022 1st Round Seat Allotment Results on 1st february. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted NEET 2021 exam on -. A Huge number of candidates applied and appeared for the examination. The results declared today in the official website of the Medical Counselling Committee. The results, which are based on the All India Rank of NEET National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2020. As per the data released by CBSE, 880843 candidates have qualified in the general category, 359447 candidates have qualified in the OBC category, 190630 candidates have qualified in the SC category and 80455 candidates have qualified in the ST category in 2020.

MCC NEET seat allotment Result 2021 (1st Round) – Important Details

Organization Name   Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)
Official website
Exam Name    National Eligibility Test (NEET)
Course Name  MBBS/BDS Programmes
Category         NEET Seat Allotment Result 2021
Status              Release on 1st February 

NEET 2021 first/ 1st Round Counselling Result Important Dates Schedule

NEET Results was announced on – and Fee Payment for Counselling and choice filling option started on – and choice locking option ended on -. The processing of seat allotment completed on -. Now its time to check the NEET Round 1 seat allotment results on 1st February .

NEET 1st Round Seat Allotment Result 2021 are released. Check From below



The students who get allotment in the NEET First Round Seat Allotment, Students need to carry all the documents to their respective colleges at the time of joining. The reporting at the colleges from 2nd to 7th February 2022 for those got seats and interested to join in respective allotted college. If candidate not interested in 1st round results, can apply for 3rd round counselling. Second Round seat allotment results will be announced on -.

How to check NEET 1st round counselling results 2021

To check your NEET Second Round Counselling results, follow the simple steps.

  • Visit the official website for round 1 counselling seat allotment result i.e
  • Select the NEET Second Round Counselling Results 2020 link.
  • Enter your registration/roll number and other required fields.
  • Click on Submit button.
  • Save the results for future reference.

Important documents to be carried for NEET 2021 Second Round Counselling

  1. Admit Card of NEET 2021.
  2. Result/rank letter of NEET 2020 issued by MCC/CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education).
  3. Proof of Date of Birth (if not mentioned in the matriculation certificate) and identity.
  4. Mark-sheet and Certificate of Class X and XII.
  5. Eight passport sized photographs.
  6. Provisional allotment letter.
  7. Migration certificate from the university.
  8. One set of self-attested copies of all the certificates.
  9. SC/ST/OBC certificate.
  10. Physical disability certificate.


  1. the translation in ASSAMESE also wrong as tamil .that's why the student of ASSAM must get some marks as tamil students.

  2. According to a notice displayed by mcc it says the 2nd round result will be delayed for the time being until further notice! How long do you think this will take!? Why is it that something like this always happens in connection with NEET!
    At this highly anxious time, its frustrating!!!

    • Yes, but you pay or choose deemed universities having higher fee structure. I think arount 15 Lacs excluding boarding & lodging per annum fee structure can be considered/ taken by you .

    • Its up to the supreme court now.madras high court has appeal for extra 196 marks for tamil nadu students but cbse is opposing them..ubi toh the councelling will not be affected


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