The NEET 2019 results were declared on June 05, 2019 by the NTA. The next step in this process is Counselling. The process started on 17th June 2019 in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. From the year 2017, it is the sole examination which is considered for rendering admission to BDS and MBBS courses in the country across different colleges. The process will be conducted by Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (JKBOPEE) who will be carrying out the procedure for state quota admission across courses of MBBS/ BDS/ BUMS/ BAMS/ CRC/ DDH and BPT. However, candidates from the state of J& K are not eligible for seeking admission through 15% seats reserved for AIQ and thus instead of 85% of seats, entire 100% will be filled through the state quota basis.
Below listed is the entire procedure for NEET 2019 in Jammu and Kashmir including the admission process, documents required and the important points to take care of:
Declaration of Result
Once the NEET Results are declared by the NTA, the BOPEE would be conducting the counseling process. The number of rounds will depend on how many seats are left vacant and the preferences filled by the candidates. Admission of candidates will be solely done on the basis of merit and the counselling procedure will be conducted through the online mode. The entire procedure will include steps like verification of document, release of merit list, choice and option filing, allotment of seat.
Which are the courses offered under NEET UG?
The NEET scores will be used for availing admission to different Medical, Dental and AYUSH courses set by the government. Following are the varied courses which are included under the NEET scores purview:
Varied Steps for the procedure:
- Once the results are declared, candidates need to apply for the counseling procedure online by logging in their official website
- After this, the candidates will be called for document verification
- All candidates are mandatorily required to carry their original documents along with photocopies to the set centers for document verification
- A state merit list will be published after the completion of the verification procedure which will contain the entire information of the candidate including the candidate’s name, Roll Number, State Rank, NEET Score, etc.
- This will be followed by the procedure of preference and choice filling
- For this procedure, candidates must pay the counseling fee of Rs. 1,500/- mentioning their preference of colleges and courses through the online mode.
- The same preferences can also be filled through the physical counseling process.
- In order to make it clear for the students, a mock rehearsal of choice filling will be offered on the website.
- Candidates can fill as many preferences as they wish for in the order of their choice.
- Seats will be allocated on the basis of candidate’s marks, preference of college, reservation criteria and vacant seats available.
- Once the colleges are allotted, the candidates would be further required to report to the allotted college on the scheduled day. They must bring along the fees and documents in order to confirm their admission.
The reservation criteria for the states are subject to differ as per the reservation policy set by them. The reservation criteria for different categories in Jammu and Kashmir are as follows:
|General Category/ Open Merit (OM)||50%|
|Scheduled Castes (SC)||8%|
|Scheduled Tribes (ST)||6% – Gujjars and Bakerwals/ 2% – residents belonging to district of Leh and Kargil/ 1% – others|
|Weak and Under Privileged Classes and Social Castes (OSC)||2%|
|Candidates residing in backward areas (RBA)||20%|
|Candidates residing in areas adjoining actual line of control (ALC)||3%|
|Children of Defense Personnel||3%|
|Children of Para-Military Forces and that of state police personnel||1%|
|Candidates who are qualified in sports (SP)||2%|
|Candidates belonging to Poor and Backward (P&B)||10 Seats in ASCOMS|
Documents required to be carried
Following are the list of documents that must be mandatorily carried by the students at the time of verification and admission to college. These include:
- NEET Admit Card 2019
- NEET Score Card 2019
- Class 10 and 12 Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate
- Domicile Certificate
- Category Certificate (applicable in case of reservation)
- Identity Proof
- Recently clicked passport size photograph
- Birth Certificate
- State Subject Certificate
Note: Candidates must carry original as well as photocopies to the college at the time of admission.
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