AYUSH NEET Counseling: 3rd round Counseling for AYUSH from 19 January
Registration for the third round of AYUSH Counseling 2020 will start from 19 January 2021. Aayush Admission Central Counseling Committee (AACCC) will start online registration at aaccc.gov.in. NEET 2020 qualified candidates will have to register online for admission to vacant seats of BAMS, BSMS, BUMS and BHMS under All India Quota.
College Choice filling and locking facility will be available by January 24, 2021 and results will be announced on January 27, 2021. Candidates selected in the Mop-up round of AYUSH counseling will have to report for admission to the allotted institutions between January 28, 2021 to February 08, 2021.
What is mop up round
The mop up round is only to fill seats that were not completed in the first two rounds. Eligible candidates, irrespective of being a resident of any state, can also participate in the mop up round on reserved vacant seats in the states through 15 percent quota.
Who are the admissions characters
In this, all those candidates who have qualified the NEET 2020 entrance examination can participate by registering. Also, those who have failed to get admission in favorite college during the previous counseling process.
AYUSH Mop-Up Round Counseling Schedule
- Registration from 19 January to 23 January 2021
- Fee Payment Facility 24 January (Till 12 PM)
- College Choice Filling Facility 24 January (10 am to 5 pm)
- Result 27 January 2021
- Reporting in college from 28 January to 08 February 2021
How to register
- Go to the official website aaccc.gov.in
- Click on UG Counseling
- Click on the new registration tab
- Generate ID, password and login credentials by filling in the required information
- Login using your credentials and fill in the application form
In a recent notification, the Ministry of AYUSH has stated that the minimum marks required for admission to AYUSH programs in NEET AYUSH 2020 is 40 percent. However, in respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, the minimum marks will be 30 percent. With respect to the benchmark disabled candidates specified under the Rights of Persons with Rights Act, 2016, the minimum marks will be 35 per cent for the unreserved (UR) category and 30 per cent for SC / ST / OBC.