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NEET-UG Counseling 2013 is all set to start tomorrow 10 July

Jul 9, 2013 03:06 IST

    Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to commence NEET UG Counseling 2013 15% All India Quota seats from tomorrow, i.e., 10 July 2013. Candidates who have made it in the examination are advised to get ready with their Call Letters that can be downloaded from the official website of NEET-UG at www.cbseneet.nic.in/ and other requisite documents to be presented at the time of counseling.
    The NEET-UG 2013 was held on 05 May and 19 May 2013 by CBSE to decide the eligibility for admissions in various Medical/Dental Colleges under its sphere, and the result of which was declared on 05 June 2013.

    Documents required at the time of NEET UG 2013 counseling

    Students are required to bring along with them the original as well as the attested copies of the following documents at the time of counseling:
    •    NEET UG 2013 Score Card
    •    Mark-sheet of Class 10 and 12
    •    Rural Weightage Certificate
    •    Domicile and Category Reservation Certificates
    •    NEET UG 2013 Admit Card
    The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET-UG is a qualifying entrance exam conducted by CBSE every year for students who seek admissions to any undergraduate medical courses such as MBBS and dental course (BDS), and postgraduate courses in medicine like MD / MS in government or private medical colleges across the country.

    To access the 15% all-India quota counseling letter, click on the link given below:

    Download All India Quota Counseling Letters NEET-UG 2013

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