The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). NEET has emerged as the leading-level entrance exam for courses in the field of medical sciences in India. Every year there are lakhs of applicants who apply for NEET in order to get admission in the top-most medical colleges. But since there is limited availability of seats in these colleges, the competition is also very high and it only gets challenging with every passing year. This is where the counselling for NEET plays an important role. Counselling is a standardized process by state and central medical authorities to allot seats to students in various government and private medical colleges. Only those candidates who hold the minimum required percentile which is required for the qualification of NEET are going to be eligible for NEET 2020 counselling. If you are an aspiring MBBS or BDS student, then it is important for you to know all about All India Quota (AIQ) and NEET reservation criteria 2020. There are few seats that are reserved for scheduled tribes (ST), scheduled castes (SC), other backward castes (OBC), economically weaker section (EWS), and also or the candidates with physical disabilities (PWD) for getting admission in medical colleges.
It has been observed that aspirants face many difficulties regarding the application for different counselling processes and the selection of MBBS college through the NEET merit-based counselling. It has been noticed that applicants end up choosing the college which is either expensive or not of their choice due to lack of poor guidance. Some students even fail to secure a seat in an MBBS college even after attaining a decent NEET rank. This is due to the lack of knowledge about the merit-based counselling process. In such a scenario, it is important to take counselling from a professional medical consultant. It may turn out to be very helpful in making a wise choice while choosing a college. Even a small error in choosing the right college can cost an aspirant’s entire career. Generally, if a student fails to get a seat in the right college, the student and the parents end up blaming the coaching centres for not assisting them in the process of choosing the right college, but the fact is that coaching centres are only responsible for imparting education with regard to NEET and they won’t be able to give you complete guidance about the counselling procedure and admission procedure because that is not their area of expertise.
Gaurav Tyagi, Founder of Career Xpert said, “Counselling for NEET is a very complex process therefore it requires excellent expertise by the professionals in the field. Proper guidance and assistance will help the aspirant to resolve all the doubts in regard to the NEET Counselling. The professional will also support the aspirant during the application process, documentation and the entire procedure of admission. All the aspects of NEET counselling from starting to end plays a crucial role in getting the right college even if the aspirant’s score is low.”