The seats which remain vacant after the second round will be turned over to the respective states for state quota counselling. Students who are allotted a seat in the second round will not be allowed to vacate their seats after allotment.
Students are most likely to be allotted the same seats as mentioned in mock counselling or indicative seat allotment.
Candidates who were not allotted any seat in the 1st round of allotment or who gave willingness to participate in 2nd round of allotment as yes in round 1 were eligible for the second round of counselling.
In the NEET-UG 2017 exam, out of the 10,90,085 students appeared 6,11,539 passed the medical entrance examination which was held on May 7. This year the cut off marks for general candidates was 131.
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