NEET Counseling Registration 2019

Latest Update (14th August 2019) :  

Registration and counselling for Mop-Up Round for Deemed Universities/Central Universities/ESIC only has started. The schedule is given below:

Registration/Payment & Choice Filling Choice Filling/Locking Processing of Seat Allotment Result Reporting
13th August 2019 – 15th August, 2019, 5:00 PM

Payment facility will be available till 16th August, 2019, 2:00 PM

16th August 2019 (10:00 AM – 5:00 PM) 17th August – 18th August, 2019 19th August, 2019 20th August 2019 – 26th August, 2019

Latest Update (12th July 2019) : Registration for NEET 2019 Counseling for 2nd Round started on 11th July 2019. Click here to register

The revised schedule for Round 2 Counseling is given below:

Registration/Payment & Choice Filling Choice Filling/Locking Processing of Seat Allotment Result Reporting
11th July 2019 – 13th July, 2019 till 5:00 PM

Payment facility will be available till 14th July, 2019 till 12:00 NOON.

Choice Filling will start from 12th July 2019 15th July, 2019 – 17th July, 2019 18th July, 2019 18th July 2019 – 25th July, 2019

NEET 2019 (Update on 13th June 2019):

The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has announced the schedule for NEET 2019 Counseling, and 2019 NEET counseling and seat allotment for All India Quota/Deemed/Central Universities/ESIC and AFMC will begin from June 19, 2019.

Round One – The registration and fee payment will go on from June 19 to June 26, 2019. The choice-filling will commence on June 27. The seat allotment process will begin on June 27, and July 2 is the date for result announcement. The candidates will have to report to the college allotted to them between July 3 to July 8, 2019.

Round Two – The registration and payment process will go on from July 9 to July 11, 2019. Choice-filling process will begin on July 12. Seat allocation process will go on from July 13 to July 15. July 15, 2019 is the result declaration day for Round 2. The candidates will be required to report to the allotted colleges between July 15 to July 22, 2019.

Mop-up Round for ESIC/Deemed/Central Universities – The registration and fee payment will start from August 13, and go on till August 15, 2019. The choice-filling and seat locking will take place on August 16, and the seat allotment will be done on August 17. The result will be announced on August 18, 2019, and the candidates will have to report to the assigned colleges between August 20 to August 26, 2019.

Procedure for NEET Counseling 2019:

Registration – The qualified candidates of NEET 2019 will register themselves for the NEET counseling conducted by MCC. The process for which includes:

  • Step 1 – Visit the official website of MCC, and open the tab, “New Registration”. After you enter the required information, a new roll no. and password will be generated.
  • Step 2 – Open the tab, “Candidate Login”, and enter the newly generated roll no. and password.

  • Step 3 – After you log in, a new page will open. Then enter all the required details, and press “Submit”.

  • Step 4 – This will lead you to a page carrying all your NTA database. Verify all the information and click on “Confirm Registration”.

Fee-payment – After successfully registering, the candidates will have to pay a registration fee (non-refundable) through online mode.

Choice-locking – During the counseling session, the candidates will have access to a list of colleges and courses, and they must fill their preferences in order of priority.

Seat- allotment result – MCC will conduct the seat-allotment process as per the preferences of the candidates, and then announce the result.

Report to college – After the announcement of the seat-allotment result, the candidates will be get a limited time, and they must report to the college allotted to them within that time.

NTSE – All you need to Know

What is NTSE?

The National Talent Research Examination (NTSE) is a national level examination conducted by NCERT. The exam was established by the Government of India in 1961. The exam is to identify academically excellent students and to reward them with scholarships. In the first year of implementation, the scheme was confined to the Union Territory of Delhi but was later extended to all states and Union Territories in 1964. The number of scholarships at the time of implementation was a mere 10 and over the years, it has increased to 2000. The scholarships are awarded for pursuing courses in Science and Social Science upto doctoral level, and in Medical and Engineering courses upto second-degree level.

NTSE is a two-stage selection process, where stage 1 is conducted at the state/UT level, and stage 2 is conducted at the national level by NCERT. The paper is available in both the Hindi and English medium. Students need to select any one language from both the languages. The paper is divided into two sections i.e.  Mental Ability Test (MAT), and Scholastic Ability Test (SAT). The stage 1 level exam is conducted every year on the first Sunday of November, while stage 2 exam is conducted in the month of May.

What is the eligibility for taking NTSE?

Students pursuing class X from any recognized school, including all public and private schools are eligible to appear for first stage of NTSE. All the candidates who qualify the first level of NTSE are eligible to take the level two examination.

What is the pattern of NTSE exam?

  • NTSE is conducted in offline mode.
  • It is an objective-type exam.
  • NTSE has no negative marking scheme.
  • Reserved category candidates have to secure 32% marks to qualify the test, whereas general category candidates have to secure 40% marks to qualify the test.







No. of questions


No. of marks

Duration (in minutes)

Paper I

Mental Ability Test  







Paper II

Scholastic Aptitude Test  






Must do topics for NTSE?

Following are the important subject-wise topics for NTSE:

Science – Magnetism and Electricity, Periodic Classification, Physical and Chemical Changes, Some Common Diseases, Acid, Bases and Salts, Structure of Atom, Light, Food Production and Management, Sources of Energy, and Micro-organism.

Math – Mensuration, Basic Geometry, Number System, Linear Equation, Exponent, Algebraic Equation, Percentage and its Application, and Simple Interest and Compound Interest.

Social Science – British Raj, Local and State Government, Maps and Globe, Natural Vegetation, Major Domains and Landforms, Indian Constitution, India and its neighbors, Vedic Period, The Mauryas, Democracy and Elections, New Empires and Kingdoms, Indus Valley Civilizations, and Popular Movements.

MAT – Classification, Venn Diagrams, Figure Partition, Missing Characters, Ranking and Arrangements, Puzzle Tests, Analogy (Verbal), Series (Non-Verbal).

What are the important dates for NTSE 2020?

Stage Area Tentative Dates
Stage-I (State) Last Date for Submission of Application Form


Examination in Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Examination in All other States and Union Territories except above & below mentioned 9 States/UTs

Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, NCT of Delhi and J&K

To be notified by the respective State and it may vary from state to state


2nd November 2019 (Saturday)

3rd November 2019 (Sunday)


17th November 2019 (Sunday)

Stage-II (National) Examination in All States and Union Territories 10th May 2020 (Sunday)

Where are the test centers for NTSE?

Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Himachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Andaman and Nicobar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Bihar, West Bengal, Chandigarh, New Delhi, UP, Srinagar, Haryana, Jammu, Punjab, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Daman and Diu, Goa, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Pune, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Puducherry, and Tamil Nadu.

Important website for NTSE

Here is a link to further guide you about the examination:

Pre-Regional Mathematical Olympiad 2019-20

One of the major initiatives undertaken by the National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) in collaboration with Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE) is the Mathematical Olympiad Program. The aim of this program is to identify mathematical talent in the country.

The first stage of this program is Pre- Regional Mathematical Olympiad (PRMO) and is conducted by the Mathematics Teachers Association, India (MTA).

The PRMO Exam will be held on 11th August 2019 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm in different centres all over India. In some regions the exam has been re-scheduled.


In order to register for the PRMO:

  • Candidates must be Indian Citizens
  • Born on or after 1st August 2000
  • They should also be studying in Class 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th

It is the student’s responsibility to determine that she/he satisfies the eligibility norms. If at any stage, it is found that the student is not eligible, she/he will be immediately disqualified.

Exam Pattern

The PRMO 2019 will be a 3 hour test and will have 30 questions. The exam will be conducted in English and Hindi.


The syllabus of PRMO covers topics mostly from Class 11 to Class 12 levels, but the candidates must note that the problems under each topic involve a high level of difficulty. The difficulty level increases from RMO to INMO to IMO.

The syllabus for Mathematical Olympiad (regional, national and international) is pre-degree college mathematics. Topics included are:

  • Arithmetic of integers
  • Geometry
  • Quadratic Equations and Expressions
  • Trigonometry
  • Co-ordinate geometry
  • System of linear equations
  • Permutations and Combinations
  • Factorization of polynomial
  • Inequalities
  • Elementary combinatorics
  • Probability theory and number theory
  • Finite series and complex numbers
  • Elementary graph theory

The syllabus does not include Calculus and Statistics


The result of the PRMO Exam will be declared in the third week of September. The result will be declared online at the official website. Along with the result, HBCSE will also release the state wise cut-off. The final result will be declared by the fourth week of September after considering the discrepancies (if any reported).

The candidates who qualify the PRMO Exam, will be eligible for the next stage of the Mathematics Olympiad Program, the Regional Mathematics Olympiad (RMO)





Everything You Need to Know About NEET 2020


The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in Indian universities and colleges. The exam, which was conducted by CBSE until 2018, is now conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). NEET is a single examination being conducted to fill over 66,000 MBBS and BDS seats across the country.

Following is everything you need to know about NEET 2020:

Important Dates:


Tentative Dates

Online Registration/Filling Application Form First week of November 2019
Issuance of Admit Card April 2020
NEET 2020 Exam First week of May
Result Announcement First week of June
Mode of the examination:

The mode and frequency of the examination to be held in 2020 are still unclear. However, NEET 2020 maybe conducted twice a year, and in online mode. All aspirants will soon be updated about the changes by National Testing Agency (NTA).

Eligibility for NEET 2020:
  • Age limit: Upper age for candidates from General category is 25 years and for candidates from OBC/SC/ST categories is 30 years.
  • Educational Qualification: A candidate must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English as compulsory subjects in class XII.
  • Minimum marks required: (For UR – 50%), (For OBC/SC/ST – 40%), and (For PWD – 45%)
Languages you can take NEET 2020 in:

English, Hindi, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Oriya, Tamil, and Telugu.

Steps to fill application form:
  • First Step – Register
  • Second Step  – Fill the application form
  • Third Step  – Upload photo and signature
  • Fourth Step  – Pay online fee
Documents required at the time of online registration:
  • X mark-sheet
  • XII mark-sheet
  • Identification proof
  • Scanned photograph
  • Scanned signature