AYUSH NEET UG Round 2 Counselling Seat Allotment Results Announced
The Ayush Admission Central Counselling Committee (AACCC) has announced the results for the AYUSH NEET UG round 2 counselling seat allotment today, September 27. The second round’s seat allocation results can be accessed via the official counselling portal aaccc.gov.in for students who have submitted applications for BAMS/BSMS/BUMS/BHMS programs under the All India quota (AIQ). Candidates who did not secure a seat in the initial counselling round needed to apply for the second round to be considered for allocation.
The allotment results for AYUSH NEET UG round 2 will be determined based on the preferences submitted by candidates and seat availability following the first round of admissions. Participants who are selected will need to confirm their admission by reporting to the allocated institutions between September 28 and October 5, 2023. The registration for AYUSH counselling round two commenced on September 20.
AYUSH NEET UG Counselling Results 2023: How to Check
To access AYUSH NEET UG round 2 counselling seat allocation results, you can follow the steps mentioned below:
- Go to the official website at aaccc.gov.in.
- Click on the link for ‘AYUSH NEET UG 2023 seat allotment result.’
- Provide your login credentials and click ‘submit.’
- The seat allotment result will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the seat allotment result and keep a printed copy for future reference.
AYUSH NEET UG Counselling 2023: Application Fee
Candidates are required to submit a counselling fee for AYUSH 2023 to participate in the counselling process. For candidates falling under the general category, the non-refundable AYUSH counselling fee is $1,000, while for SC/ST category candidates, the fee is set at $500.
For the third round of counselling, registration will take place from October 12 to 15, with the seat allocation outcome being unveiled on October 18. It’s important to note that a candidate who has been allocated a seat in the AYUSH NEET UG round 3 counselling is obliged to retain that seat. Exiting from the allotted seat will render the candidate ineligible for any subsequent AYUSH NEET UG counselling rounds, and their security deposit will be forfeited as a consequence.
Additionally, please note that there are a total of four counselling rounds available for admission to 15 per cent of the All India quota (AIQ) seats for BAMS, BSMS, BMS, and BHMS programs in government and government-aided colleges, central universities, national institutes, deemed universities, and Banaras Hindu University’s institutional quota seats for Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, and Homeopathy.