Nationally renowned test prep company Aakash BYJU’S recently held a zoom counselling-cum-guidance session in Delhi for students in the National Capital Region and Haryana. During this session, students learned about the characteristics of the national and state-wise counselling processes, as well as the specific documents required in them, and the method by which colleges are selected.
Mr. Amit Arora, the NEET-UG career counselling specialist at Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL), spoke at this event and answered numerous questions from students and their families on the application and counselling procedures for medical school at the national and state levels.
There were almost 700 pupils and parents there.
Mr. Arora warned them that the cut-off marks will rise by fifteen points from the previous year. This means that students would need to improve their scores by ten to fifteen points to maintain their previous rankings.
He further noted that this year, a general-category student would need to get 605 marks to gain a place in a government institution through the all-India counselling procedure.
Aspiring medical professionals benefited from having their questions answered and their motivation bolstered by this session. Many parents and kids have sent letters of gratitude to the Aakash BYJU team and system, expressing their gratitude for providing them with the greatest quality education and helping them realise their goals.
The participants in the zoom meeting committed to following through on their plans and giving themselves permission to pursue their ambitions.
According to data compiled by the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET), the total number of medical college seats in India has grown to 1,06,933. There are presently 27,868 dental school places available, and the number of dental schools has expanded to 318. Candidates for NEET (UG) must turn 17 by December 31 of the year they are taking the exam. A student must bring the following documents to the NEET-UG 2023 counselling session: the Allotment Letter issued by the MCC, the Exam Admit Card, the Result and Rank Letter issued by the NTA, the Student’s Birth Certificate, the Student’s 10th and 12th Grade Marksheets and Certificates, 8 Passport-Size Photographs, a Government Issued Photo Identification, and a Category Certificate.