NEET UG Counselling Process for Assam

This page will walk you through the step-by-step procedure to secure your seat in the college of your choice.

1. NEET UG Examination:
Your NEET UG score and rank will form the basis for the admission process in Assam.

2. Declaration of Results:
After taking the NEET UG examination, the NTA releases the results and announces the ranks obtained by the candidates.

3. State Merit List:
The State Government of Assam prepares a state-wise merit list based on the NEET UG ranks of the candidates. This list is essential for the counselling process, as it determines the order in which candidates will be called for seat allocation.

4. Online Registration:
Eligible candidates must register for the NEET UG counselling process on the official counselling website of Assam state health department registration, provide accurate personal and academic details, as any discrepancies may lead to disqualification.

5. Choice Filling and Locking:
Once registered, candidates can proceed to fill in their preferred medical or dental colleges and courses in Assam, based on their NEET UG rank. After selecting the choices, candidates need to lock their preferences before the deadline.

6. Seat Allotment:
The Assam counselling authority will conduct multiple rounds of seat allotment based on the choices filled by candidates and their NEET UG ranks. During each round, seats will be allocated to candidates based on merit and availability.

7. Document Verification:
After seat allotment, candidates must appear for document verification at designated centers. Carry all required original documents and their photocopies for verification. Also, pay the counselling fee during this process.

8. Reporting to Allotted Colleges:
Once the document verification is successfully completed, candidates need to report to the allotted college within the specified time frame. Failure to report within the given period may lead to the forfeiture of the allotted seat.

9. Second Round of Counselling (if applicable):
If there are vacant seats after the first round, the counselling authority may conduct a second round of counselling to fill those seats. Candidates who did not get a seat in the first round or those who wish to upgrade their allotted seats can participate in this round.

10. Mop-up Round (if applicable):
In case there are still vacant seats after the second round of counselling, a mop-up round may be conducted to fill those remaining seats.

Remember to keep track of the official website of the Assam state counselling authority for specific dates, guidelines, and updates related to the NEET UG counselling process in Assam. Best of luck for your future medical endeavors!