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MP NEET UG Counselling 2023: Mop-up Round Registration Closes Today; Choice-filling Begins on September 6

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At 11:59 p.m. today, the Madhya Pradesh National Eligibility Entrance Test (MP NEET) UG counselling 2023 registration window will close by order of the Department of Medical Education (DME). On the official website, dme.mponline.gov.in, eligible students can sign up for the mop up round.

Tomorrow, September 5, the MP NEET UG counselling 2023 mop up round merit list will be made public. Starting on September 6, candidates who meet the criteria for the clean up round will be able to make their selections. September 10 is the last day to submit and lock options.

How to  sign up for MP NEET UG: Mop Up Round Counselling?

  1. Visit dme.mponline.gov.in, the official website.
  2. Select the registration link.
  3. Type in your login information.
  4. Complete the application and upload the required papers.
  5. Pay any required registration fees.
  6. Snap a picture of the confirmation page.

On September 13, the seat assignment results for the mop up phase of MP NEET UG 2023 counselling will be released, and candidates will have between September 14 and September 20 to report to the designated institutions.

MP NEET UG Counselling 2023: Mop-up round schedule

ActivityDates
Fresh registration by eligible candidatesAugust 29, 2023 to September 4, 2023 till 11:59 pm
Publication of revised state merit list of registered candidates and eligible candidates listSeptember 5, 2023
Choice-filling and choice-locking (fresh choice filling must for participants candidates)September 6, 2023 to September 10, 2023 till 11:59 pm
Mop up round seat allotment resultSeptember 13, 2023
Reporting at allotted medical or dental college in person for document verification and admissionSeptember 14, 2023 to September 20, 2023 ( 5 pm )

MP NEET Counselling 2023: Minimum Percentage Required

According to various categories, the minimum percentages needed by class 12 applicants to participate in the MP NEET counselling are stated below. The combined marks for only PCB (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) subjects will be taken into account.

CategoryPercentile Required
General50%
OBC/ PwD45%
ST/ SC40%

Government-owned medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh

The following table lists the top government medical schools in Madhya Pradesh along with the number of seats they have available.

Name of the CollegeCityNo. of seats available
Bundelkhand Medical CollegeSagar100
Gajara Raja Medical CollegeGwalior140
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical CollegeJabalpur140
Shyam Shah Medical CollegeRewa100
M.G.M Medical CollegeIndore140
Gandhi Medical CollegeBhopal140
Sagar Medical CollegeSagar100
Government Medical CollegeDatia100
Government Medical CollegeVidisha150

 Private MBBS Colleges in Madhya Pradesh

The following table lists the private medical schools in Madhya Pradesh along with the number of seats they have available.

Name of the CollegeCityNo. of seats available
Aurobindo Institute of Medical ScienceIndore100
Chirayu Medical College and HospitalBhopal150
Index Medical College Hospital and Research CentreIndore250
L.N. Medical College and Research CenterBhopal100
Amaltas Institute of Medical SciencesBhangar150

Options for NEET 2023 Non-Qualifiers

“What if you aren’t able to secure an MBBS seat in NEET 2023?” is a common concern or uncertainty in the minds of aspiring candidates. As was already said, the NEET pass rate is not particularly high, and only a portion of the total examinees are able to gain admission to a respectable medical programme through the NEET.

If a candidate does not receive a score that meets the qualifying standards or a spot on the merit list, they have two options:

Given the level of difficulty and rivalry surrounding the NEET examination, many medical aspirants recommend sitting for NEET next year with an additional year of preparation.

Consider other medical programmes that might not require a NEET score, such as nursing, biotechnology, clinical psychology, veterinary sciences, etc. if you’re looking for admission to private colleges that require a low NEET rank or score.

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