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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) results of second round of seat allotment has been released on the official website — NEET 2016 counselling was conducted for approximately 5698 MBBS and BDS seats.

The reporting at allotted medical/ dental college for second round participants will begin from September 13, 2016 and ends on September 20, 2016 at 5 pm. After the second round, vacant seats, if any, will be transferred to the state quota on September 20, 2016. MBBS/ BDS session begins on September 30, 2016.

Steps to check NEET 2016 2nd round of seat allotment results 2016
Log on to the official website
Click on the ‘Allotment result round 2’ link
A pdf file will open displaying alloted college against the roll number of the candidates
Check carefully
In case you have made it to the list, arrange all documents required for admission

The candidates whose category has been up-graded in the same institution and subject are required to get online generated relieving letter and get admitted on the upgraded category seat from the allotted institution.

Such candidate must get fresh online generated admission letter for the up-graded category seat otherwise the allotted seat will be cancellaed due to non-admission.


After allotment of your seat, you will be required to present the following documents while reporting to your allotted college:
NEET 2016 admit card, result/rank letter issued by CBSE, proof of date of birth (if not mentioned in the matriculation certificate), proof of identity, Class 10 certificate, 10+2 Certificate, 10+2 marksheet, 8 passport-sized photographs (to be affixed on the application form), provisional allotment letter (to be generated online after allotment), migration certificate from the University/Board last attended by the candidate, one set of self-attested copies of all the certificates.

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