NEET COUNSELLING - 2022

INDIA's most trusted platform for NEET Counselling

"Following the NEET result, you must determine which medical college is the best fit for you."

We design and implement a counseling approach to help you get closer to your dream college....

Our carefully devised Counselling Service for the Medical Science career seekers in India or Abroad is most sought after service among the Indian parents and students.

Our services of personal counselling, suggest and college compare students can find themselves in a comfortable position while making the college selection to persue their dreams. We facilitate common platform where students, college and industry experts can  mutually interact with each other through blog posts, social media forum, ask experts, sending personal enquiry etc. The team also engages in organizing events like Seminars, Webinar and Education expos.

 

 

How we Help ?

01

Guidance

Mycareerpathshala offers excellent Neet counseling guidance on your Marks.

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Expert Advice

Mycareerpathshala is a team of experts to give you the right advice for building your future with excellence.

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Application Process

Mycareerpathshala assists you with effective application process services.

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Getting Admission in Dream College

Mycareerpathshala provides you with the path to how to get admission to your Dream College.

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Counselling-2022

24999

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34999

Why Choose My Careerpathshala as your Counselling guru?

Our team has immense expertise and several years of experience to help you in fulfilling your dreams.

Even if you have low marks, with the right plan and our strategy you can secure a seat in good medical college.

Many students are not able to get good government medical colleges even after getting high marks and they go for average college. This is because they don't have the right guidance.

Our expert team will never lt your hard work go to waste. 

Beware! Never fall in the trap of local agents, brokers or cyber cafe's acting as abroad agent or career counsellors. Most of them are scammers trying to leach off money from desperate parents and students. Don't take the easier or "cheaper" way when seeking guidance for your future. Your every decision counts so take the right one. 

 

 

  • NEET counseling is a very complex process & required excellent expertise to deliver.
  • 90% of students don't know how to decide which career is bet for them - How to select college in NEET counselling? - I Scored good marks in NEET, but don't have budget for private. - Is it worth to select private MBBS college?
  • I qualified NEET 2021, but don't know what to do after that. - Which career is best option other than MBBS? - How to manage fund for studying MBBS from private college? - Shall I drop and prepare for next year?
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

How would FMGE 2021 Rule impact MBBS Abroad Admission?

The MBBS aspirants would be adversely affected by the FMGE 2021 norm. The NMC's rules and regulations would be a major source of concern. If you are a student at a medical college in India or abroad, you must take the NExt exam in order to be considered for an internship. However, if you are taking the NExT exam after completing your MBBS at an international medical college, you must first complete your internship successfully there. After obtaining a medical practitioner's license from another country, you must take the NExT in order to begin your Internship in India.

To obtain a license as a medical practitioner in India, you must do two internships, one overseas and one in India followed by the below norms:

  • Earned a foreign medical degree with English as the medium of instruction.

  • Completed a course leading to a foreign medical degree that lasted at least 54 months in continuity.

  • Completed a minimum of twelve months of internship at the same foreign medical institution.

  • Registered with the respective professional regulatory body or otherwise, competent to grant a license to practice medicine in their respective jurisdiction of the country in which the medical degree is awarded and at par with the license to practice medicine given to a citizen of that country.

How many MBBS seats have been increased for Government colleges and 15% AIQ Seats for NEET 2021 aspirants?

Students should be aware of the projected NEET 2021 cutoff and evaluate their prospects of being admitted to government MBBS seats via NEET 2021. Approximately 3,800 medical seats have been added to this year 2021, according to the most recent update. Over the last year, the number of MBBS seats has increased due to the addition of new medical colleges.

A total of 88,400 MBBS, 26,949 BDS, 50,720 AYUSH, and 525 B.VSc & AH seats are available through NEET in India. Data on MBBS government seats were provided by MCI and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare through NEET 2021, which was utilized to calculate the figures (MoHFW). Aspirants who took the NEET 2021 exam can look at a state-by-state list of government MBBS seats available in India through NEET.


Seat Matrix NEET-2021


TOTAL MBBS SEATS

88,400 (tIl Nov 24th 2021)

15% AIQ MBBS SEATS APPLICABLE ON

40,800 (Approx)

GENERAL(15%)

2,500 (Approx)

OBC(27%)

1,700 (Approx)

SC(15%)

900 (Approx)

ST(7.5%)

500 (Approx)

EWS(10%)

400 (Approx)

PH(5%)

350 (Approx)


The addition of 3,800 seats(approx) will boost the number of candidates admitted. According to NEET data of government MBBS seats, New seats and new colleges have been added in almost 08 States.  

Out of the total number of MBBS seats that is 88,400, 40,800(approx) seats are available of which 15% AIQ is applicable. Now the thing we have to understand from this data is that out of 40,875, the 15% would be 6150(approx) seats. On the categorical division, GENERAL(15%) would be 2,500, OBC(27%) would be 1,700, SC(15%) would be 900, ST(7.5%) would be 500, EWS(10%) would be 400, PH(5%) would be 350. Seats that are left out will be admitted for 85% in the state. 


NEET Aspirant
Sir, 562 marks in NEET, I am from General Category, from Bihar. So is there any chance of getting admission in Bihar Govt.College.
NEET Aspirant
Sir mere child ke 515 marks aa rahe hain NEET mei GEN category. Rajasthan se hai. Veterinary le ya BAMS,guide kare kon sa better hai?
NEET Aspirant
Sir I have done 10th from Dadar and Nagar  Haveli  and I am resident since last 5 years, but I have done 12th from Uttarakhand.In that case can I get domicile of Dadar Nagar Haveli?