Tamil Nadu NEET UG: Candidates can download the provisional allotment letter from August 7 to August 11 at tnmedicalselection.net
Candidates will be able to download the provisional allotment letter from August 7 to August 11. Those candidates who have been allotted a seat under Round 1 will have to report to the allotted institutes by August 11 (5 pm). The document verification will be done in the allotted colleges. The candidates have to take their original documents at the time of joining their selected colleges along with the scanned copy of documents for verification.
There will be a Round 2 and a mop-up round of TN NEET counselling 2023 based on the vacant seats available. According to the DMER Tamil Nadu,” Candidates who have not opted for any of the self-financing MBBS (Category B) in Round 1, will not be allowed for that category in Round 2.”
The Tamil Nadu MBBS seat allotment result is declared based on the choices filled by the candidates, NEET UG score, state merit rank, reservation, and other criteria set by the authority.
The authority has advised the candidates to report to the allotted college on or before the last time to secure their admission which otherwise will be cancelled without any further notice.
DME Tamil Nadu conducts the TN MBBS, and BDS counselling for 85% state quota and 100% of private colleges seats. Admissions to 15 percent All India Quota (AIQ) seats will be granted through NEET 2023 counselling conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).