NEET 2018 – Now, There’s a Fine For Blocking College Seat & Not Joining

NEET 2018: A penalty clause has been introduced by the Centre for all those who block a postgraduate seat and not join after the second round of counseling. For all these candidates who will block the seat for the post graduation course and will not join after 2nd round will be fined. This new clause will be applicable to all seats under the deemed universities and government colleges. Check out the Fine details of blocking medical PG seats and then not joining.

Fine for Blocking Medical PG Seat and Not Joining

Last year at least 1400 seats remained vacant as students blocked the seats and opted out later. This is a dearth of PG seats in the country and for creating an additional seat cost a lot of money. Here is what can happen if you opt out the seat after the second counseling. All students who appear for the counseling for the seats in Government and Deemed universities will have to submit Rs.25,000 for government colleges and Rs.2 Lakh for the deemed universities. Candidates belonging to reserved category will have to pay half of the fee.

But from now the registration money will be returned only if a candidate opts out in the first round of counseling. And after accepting a seat, if he/she opts out after the second round of counseling then the registration money will not be refunded. The registration money shall be forfeited.

NEET 2018 Exam Details

This year the NEET UG Exam (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is scheduled for May 6, 2018. Now its less than one month for the NEET 2018 exam and the admit card for the NEET exam 2018 will be released this week. According to the official notification available on the website, the NEET 2018 admit cards will be released in the 2nd week of April.

Candidates who have applied for the NEET 2018 exam are advised to keep a regular check on the website for the NEET 2018 admit cards. According to the sources, the admit cards for the NEET 2018 exam will be released on or before April 14. The board will not be sending any admit card via post to candidates for the NEET 2018 exam.



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