Candidate should produce a Demand Draft payable at chennai for Rs. 500/- drawn in favour of ''Secretary, Selection Committee, Chennai - 10." at the time of counselling as processing fee for the counselling purpose.
The counselling notification has also said that candidate should produce all original certificates as directed in clause 19 of the prospectus.
Counselling will be done to special Categories tomorrow under orthopedically physically disabled, children of ex-servicemen and sports persons.
After the second round of counselling for All India Quota seats, the students who take admission in All India Quota seats will not be allowed/permitted to vacate the seats as per the orders of the Supreme Court of India.
The Tamil Nadu government's plans for one-year exemption from the national level medical admission test - National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission in medical courses for the current year fell through yesterda with the Centre government telling the Supreme Court that no NEET ordinance was coming on the issue. With this development, the process for NEET based medical admission has kicked off in Tamil Nadu state.
The candidates who have registered with the Tamil NEET admission portal may access their results once the allotment results have been released.
Tamil Nadu NEET Counselling: Important Points
If the candidate is absent for the 1st phase of counselling called for, he/she cannot attend the subsequent counselling, said the notification.
Candidates allotted under Government Quota of Self Financing MBBS who do not join the course the tuition fee amount of Rs. 25,000/- paid as Demand Draft will not be refunded.
Candidates are informed to view the websites for daily vacancy position in Govt. MBBS/ Govt. Quota in Self Financing MBBS and in Govt. BDS/Govt Quota in Self-financing BDS till the end of counselling. Candidates shall only opt for the vacancies available at their turn.
Mobile Phones and other communication devices are not allowed in the counseling hall during their turn.
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(This story was first published on August 23, 2017)