The 2021 National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) result is expected this month. After the NEET result, the respective authorities will start advising 15 percent of all Indian quotas and 85 percent of state quota seats. In the case of the quota for all of India, there are three committees that provide medical, AYUSH and veterinary advice. These are – the Medical Advisory Committee (MCC), the AYUSH Central Admissions Advisory Committee (AACCC) and the Veterinary Council of India (VCI). Update: published NEET response key.
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Here are more details about these advisory committees.
NEET 2021 Medical Council
The Medical Advisory Committee (MCC) is responsible for undergraduate medical and dental (MBBS) and dental (BDS) advice for the 15 percent of all quota seats in India and seats in government funded institutions central, among others. The official MCC website is mcc.nic.in.
The 2021 counseling calendar and newsletter will be published after the NEET result.
AYUSH NEET Consulting
Like the MCC, the AYUSH Central Admissions Advisory Committee (AACCC) under the ministry is responsible for advice for the BAMS, BSMS, BUMS and BHMS seats under the AIQ. It offers guidance for government seats, reputable government subsidized universities, central universities, national institutes, and internal Delhi University seats.
The official site is aaccc.gov.in. The site is currently unavailable.
VCI NEET 2021 Council
To be admitted to BVSc and AH courses below 15 percent of AIQ seats, applicants must participate in counseling provided by the Indian Veterinary Council (VCI).
Last year, the selection of applicants for admission to these courses under the AIQ was applicable to all veterinary colleges in India except those in Jammu and Kashmir.
The official website of the VCI council is vcicounseling.nic.in.