Tamil Nadu NEET UG 2023 Counselling Schedule Released, Choice Filling Begins Tomorrow
Tamil Nadu NEET UG 2023 Counselling - PC : MRP Graphics
Tamil Nadu NEET UG 2023 Counselling: The Directorate of Medical Education and Research, Tamil Nadu, has announced the schedule for the state's National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) UG counselling 2023 for admission to MBBS and BDS programmes.

The choice-filling and locking processes will begin tomorrow, July 25. Candidates will be able to fill out their choices on the official website, tnmedicalselection.net. The last date for registration, payment, and choice-filling is July 31.

Tamil Nadu NEET UG 2023 Counselling Schedule: Important Details

The seat allotment result will be declared on August 3. Candidates will be able to download the provisional allotment order between August 4 and August 8, and the last date for joining is August 8, 2023.

Candidates will have to pay Rs 500 for the government quota and Rs 1,000 for the management quota. Students will also have to submit a security deposit of Rs 30,000 for government quota seats in self-financed colleges and state private universities and Rs 1 lakh for management quota seats. Explaining the choice-filling process, DMER said, "For example, if a candidate has applied for both Government and management quotas, he will have choices for both Government and management quotas. The candidates are encouraged to analyse all the choices available and fill in their choices in order of their preference."

DMER advised candidates to check their choices and the order of preferences before locking them, as they will not be able to edit the choices after locking. Moreover, if a candidate does not lock their choices themselves before the last date, their choices will be automatically locked. The directorate further informed candidates that for round 2, they will not be allowed to take admission in a category that they have not opted for in round 1.

Once allotted seats, candidates will have to download the allotment order and report to the colleges with the required documents. The verification of documents will be done in the colleges only. They will also have to produce a self-declaration form stating that their admission will be cancelled if any discrepancies are found during the admission process.