NEET UG COUNSELING 2021 UPDATES: Due To This Delay In NEET Counseling, Know The Whole Matter And When The Admission Process Can Start


MCC NEET UG Counseling 2021 dates: There is a possibility of further delay in NEET counseling 2021. In July, the decision of the Central Government regarding reservation is to be heard on 6 January 2022. In such a situation, a decision on counseling can come only after the result of the hearing.

NEET UG Counseling 2021:

For the last one month, students who are looking forward to take admission in MBBS and BDS through NEET UG counseling will have to keep more patience. Because the new reservation policy is to be heard in the Supreme Court on 6 January 2022. 

In such a situation, the Medical Counseling Committee has referred to the matter listed in the Supreme Court. In such a situation, it is expected that the process of counseling can now be done after the decision of the Supreme Court.

Know what’s the matter

In July, the central government had decided to provide reservation to OBCs and EWS in the All India quota in medical/dental colleges in the states. Under this, it was decided to give 27 percent reservation to OBC category and 10 percent to EWS category under All India quota. 

Earlier, after the implementation of OBC reservation in 2007, OBC reservation was available in the medical colleges of the central government, but this system was not there in the medical colleges of the state. 

But after the decision of July 2021, the government implemented reservation in All India quota in medical and dental colleges of the state.

challenge in court

Many doctors and others challenged this decision of the government in the Supreme Court. He said that 27 percent reservation for OBC and 10 percent for EWS is being implemented without any proper basis. 

The petition has also opposed the annual income limit of Rs 8 lakh for the determination of poverty.

He says that without any thought, the government has fixed the limit for the EWS category, which is the limit of creamy layer for OBC. .

What is the admission rule

According to the reservation provisions of the Central Government, 15 percent reservation for Scheduled Castes, 7.5 percent for Scheduled Tribes, 27 percent for OBC is to be given in NEET counseling. 

While the Economically Backward Classes (EWS) will get 10 percent and the differently-abled will get five percent reservation. Under this, these reservation rules are applicable on 15 percent seats in medical colleges and dental colleges in the states. 

Whereas on the remaining 85 percent seats, the provisions of reservation fixed by the states are applicable.


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