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    AIPVT 2020 COUNSELLING

    25 Sep 2020

    NEET 2019 VCI BVSC All India Quota Cut Off Category-wise

    VCI 2019 All India Quota Cut Off Category-wise

    Currently in India total 50 Veterinary Colleges offering BVSC & AH Course and approved by VCI with annual intake of 3850 BVSC & AH Seats. Veterinary Practitioners are generally called veterinary doctors or Vets or veterinarians.

    Previous Years VCI Cut off For B.V.Sc& AH Course

    Category
    CI NEET Cut Off-2017
    VCI NEET Cut Off-2018
    VCI NEET Cut Off-2019



    NEET RANK
    NEET MARKS
    UR
    18724
    33828
    41038
    514
    UR PH
    250901
    NA
    750596
    124
    OBC
    18823
    33997
    41606
    513
    ST
    100987
    109548
    127314
    401
    SC
    80340
    105835
    120450
    408
    SC PH
    488745
    NA
    NA
    NA


    AIPVT 2020 All India Quota BVSC Seat Matrix

    Availability of Seats through VCI first round counselling in VCI NEET 2019 Under All India Quota

    The details of total number of 15% seats available under 15% All India Quota for the academic year 2019-20 at the Veterinary Colleges However, College wise, Category wise number of seats along with reservation of seats shall be made available in given table below and visit website www.neetcounselling.com . Total number of seats under 15%All India quota as shown in the Seat Matrix are subject to change at any time.

    NO. OF SEATS UNDER 15% ALL INDIA QUOTA

    Total number of seats under 15% All India quota: 525

    Category
    Total Seats
    UR
    387
    UR PH
    19
    OBC
    3
    OBC PH
    0
    SC75
    SC PH5
    ST36
    ST PH2
    TOTAL
    525

    If you wish to know College wise, Category wise, Caste wise, Minority Types, Round wise cut off Marks and Cut off Rank & Opening & Closing Ranks and Opening & Closing Marks for each Round for 15% All India Quota Counselling Conducted by VCI for all Government and Private Veterinary Colleges and for more details visit our website www.neetcounselling.com

    VCI 2020 BVSC 15% ALL INDIA Quota Counselling Procedure & Admission Process

    ONLINE COUNSELING FOR ADMISSION TO B.V.S.C.& A.H. DEGREE COURSE UNDER 15% SEATS IN RECOGNIZED VETERINARY COLLEGES EXCEPT THE STATE OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR DURING 2020-21

    The Veterinary Council of India (VCI) is a statutory body established by an Act of Parliament viz Indian Veterinary Council (IVC) Act, 1984 under the Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying, Government of India for regulation of veterinary practice, veterinary education, preparation and maintenance of Indian veterinary Practitioner’s register .

    The Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Government of India, Veterinary Council of India will use National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET (UG) – 2020 ) qualified Merit List for admission of students to B.V.S.C & A.H Degree course during the academic year 2020-21 for filling up of seats in recognized veterinary colleges (except Jammu kashmir) Under 15% All India Quota.

    Eligibility For BVSC & AH Course:

    1) NATIONALITY

    Candidates should be Indian Nationals. The candidates from State of Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for admission to B.V.S.C. & A.H. course under 15% All India quota since the provisions of the Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984 have not been extended to the State of Jammu & Kashmir. However, the candidates who are residing in the State of Jammu and Kashmir and not domiciled of Jammu and Kashmir and appeared in NEET (UG) 2020 desire to take admission to B.V.S.C. & A.H. course under 15% All India quota shall have to submit an Affidavit as appended at Annexure-5 to the allotted Veterinary College at the time of admission.

    2) AGE

    He or She has completed the minimum age of 17 years on or before the 31st December, 2020. Further, maximum age should not exceed 25 years on or before 31.12.2020. There shall be relaxation of maximum age by five years for Scheduled Caste (SC) or Scheduled Tribe (ST) or Other Backward Class (OBC) candidates.

    3) ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATION:

    He or She has passed the qualifying examination as defined under VCI- MSVE Regulations, 2016 with the subjects of physics, Chemistry, Biology of Biotechnology and English (as a core course) and obtained marks as specified under regulations (7) or an examination equivalent to intermediate science examination of an Indian University or Board recognized by the Association of Indian Universities taking Physics, Chemistry and Biology including a practical test in each of these subjects and English.

    As per MSVE Regulations, 2016, A candidate under General Category for admission to the BVSc&AH degree course shall have to qualify in each of the 50% marks in aggregate of these subjects, at the qualifying examination. In respect of candidates belonging to the SC or ST or other special category of students as specified by the Government from time to time, marks required for admission shall be 5% less than that prescribed for general category i.e 47.5 %.

    Admission of students to BVSc&AH degree course shall be made only on the basis of his or her merit obtained in the Merit of NEET –UG-2020 subject to fulfillment of the other criteria as laid down above including qualifying examination and no other merit or weight age shall be considered for admission to BVSc&AH degree course.

    NOTE:

    1. The candidates who are educated abroad – A certificate from Association of Indian Universities is required to this effect that the examination qualified by the candidates (in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology and English) is equivalent to class 12Th examination is required to be produced at the time of admission at allotted College of the University.
    2. Candidates whose result/marks sheet is declared in grade (CGPA/OGPA) at 12th Standards or equivalent examination shall fill up the equivalent marks obtained in the individual subjects and their corresponding maximum marks in Online Registration Application Form and a certificate of conversion formula of marks shall be produced from the concerned authority at the time of admission to the allocated college/University.

    4) PHYSICAL DISABILITY

    A candidate shall not be allowed admission to BVSC &AH degree course including those admitted under 15% reserved quota of VCI if he or she suffers the following disabilities, namely: -

    a) Disability of total body including disability of chestorspine more than 50 %.

    b) Disability of lower limb of more than 50%

    c) Disability of upper limb,

    d) Visually handicapped candidates and those with hearing disability,

    e) Candidates with progressive diseases like sympathies etc.

    f) Disabilities which would interfere in the performance of the duties of a veterinarian.

    NOTE:

    The disability shall be certified by a duly constituted and Government authorized Medical Board comprising of at least three specialists out of which two shall be of the specialty concerned and the candidate has to present him or her-self before the Medical Board and the last valid disability certificate of the candidate from a Medical Board shall not be more than three months old from the date of submitting his or her certificate for disabled candidates.

    5) RESERVATIONOF SEATS IN VETERINARY COLLEGES UNDER 15% ALL INDIA QUOTA:

    a) 15% Seats are reserved for SC candidates,

    b) 7.5% seats are reserved for ST candidates,

    c) 27% seats are reserved for non- creamy layer OBC candidates in Central Educational

    Institutions only as per Hon’ble supreme Court order dated 10.04.2008 Reservation would be applicable to the castes mentioned in the Central list of OBC. Thus, the candidates falling in this list may mention OBC in the Category Coulmn in application from candidates from creamy layer and do not come under Central List of OB care advised to mention his/her category as General.

    d) 5% seats in each category are reserved for Physically Handicapped candidates as defined in physical disability in the Minimum Standards of Veterinary Education - Degree Course (B.V.Sc. & A.H.) Regulations, 2016.

    NOTE:

    Seat Metrics as per above reservation in respect of vacant seats in recognized Veterinary Colleges under 15% All India Quota has been uploaded on the Council’s website. (www.vcicounseling.nic.in) and www.neetcounselling.com.

    6) AIPVT VCI SCHEDULE FOR COUNSELLING AND IMPORTANT DATES-2020

    1st Round

    (only the candidates who have registered for online counseling shall be eligible for allotment of seats under All India quota)

    Publication of available seats under 15%  All India quota and Information Bulletin
    Coming soon…….
    Online Registration and Filling/Choice Locking

    Mode of payment of Online Registration

    Fees

    2nd Round
    Publication of vacant seats
    Coming soon…….
    Processing of seats Allotment

    Publication of Result of Allotment

    Reporting at the Allotted College against seats allotment of 2nd Round

    3rd Round
    Publication of vacant seats
    Coming soon…….
    Processing of Seat Allotment

    Publication of Result of Allotment

    Reporting at the Allotted College against seat allotment of 3rd Round

    Mop Up Round Counselling
    Publication of provisional allotment of seats

    Submission of online payment of security money by the candidate who have provisionally allotted seat.

    Declaration of final result

    Reporting at the Allotted College against seat allotment of Mop Up Round1


    7) FEE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION AND SECUTITY DEPOSIT FOR MOP UP ROUND

    Fee for online registration is Rs.1000/- for General/OBC candidates and Rs.500/-for SC/ST/PH candidates. Fee for OCI/PIO candidate is Rs. 1000/-

    • Online Registration Fee neither refundable nor transferable

    FOR MOP-UP ROUND COUNSELLING:

    • Online Security money of Rs. 5000/- for General/OBC candidates and Rs.2500/- for SC/ST/PH candidates have to be deposited to block the seat allotted to the candidate as per merit and choice. Security Money for OCI/PIO candidate is Rs. 5000/-
    • Online Security money will be refunded only if the candidate admitted to the allotted College within stipulated time as prescribed in the Counseling Schedule and confirmation to this effect is received from the allotted College. Security money shall be returned to the same account from where the money has been received.
    • Online Registration fees and Security Money mentioned above does not include service charges, processing fees and any other charges. Bank charges if any shall be paid by the student other than fee prescribed by VCI.
    • The payment of fee shall be made through Debit/Credit Card only. No payment through Net Banking.
    • While proceeding to fill up the online registration form for Counseling, the candidates are advised to ensure that the fee applicable is remitted for online registration through Debit Card/Credit Card.
    • In the event of non receipt of fee in the VCI account as mentioned above, the candidature of the candidate shall be liable to cancelled.
    • Similarly in the event of Non receipt of Security deposit in the VCI Account in Mop up round of counseling as mentioned above, the candidature of the candidate shall be cancelled and seat shall be allocated to another candidate as per merit and availability of seat.
    • Security Money of Rs. 5000/- or Rs. 2500/- as the case may be shall be forfeited in case, the candidate do not report for admission to the allotted College within the stipulated time and such candidates shall have no right to claim seat under 15% All India quota.

    8) COUNSELING:

    1. The online counseling for admission to B.V.Sc& A.H. degree course under 15% seats in recognized Veterinary Colleges on All India basis shall be conducted by VCI and College shall be allotted to the candidate according to the choice and availability of seat at his/ her rank subject to fulfilling criteria in terms of nationality, age, essential qualification etc. as laid down in this Information Bulletin.
    2. The allocation of seat to the candidates for admission to BVSc & AH degree course under 15% seats on All India basis shall be applicable only to the recognized Veterinary Colleges [Government and Private) in India (except from and to Jammu & Kashmir State).
    3. The fees for private veterinary college will be as decided by the State Government/University concerned/College for which this Council shall not be responsible. Hence, candidates are advised to confirm the details about the fees and other charges before filling up the choices at the private Veterinary Colleges. The Veterinary Council of India does not have any role for deciding the fee structure of the private Veterinary College in any State.
    4. The eligibility criteria, various documents etc. of the candidate shall be verified by the allotted College/University at the time of reporting/admission and the decision of the college/university in the matter shall be final. However, in case of any dispute, the candidate shall inform the matter to the VCI in writing within 2 days from the date of reporting and he/she shall ensure that the intimation in this regard has been received by the VCI. The decision of the Secretary, VCI in the matter of dispute shall be final.
    5. The conditions relating to start of academic session, tuition and other fees, deposit and refund of fees, if any, may vary from College to College and shall be
    6. Applicable as per rules and regulations of the respective College/University/concerned State Government for which VCI shall not be responsible except for the Security Money deposit for Mop Up Round of counseling. The candidate has to abide by the rules and regulations of the
    7. concerned College/University/State Government during his/her studies in B.V.S.C. & A.Hcourse.
    8. The seats once allocated shall be final and there shall not be any re-allocation of seat. The candidate once allocated a seat shall not be considered for any other phase of counseling.

    9) MOP UP ROUND COUNSELING

    • One Mop up round of counseling shall be conducted subject to availability of vacant seats as per details given in the Schedule of Counseling mentioned above.
    • Under Mop up Round, seatshall be initially allotted provisionally tothecandidate according to the choice made at the time of registration for counselingand availability of seat at his/her rank subject to fulfilling criteria in terms ofnationality,age, essential qualification etc. as laid down in this InformationBulletin. Final allotment shall  be subject to payment and receipt  of Security money  from  the  candidate  within  the  stipulated  time  as  prescribed  in  VCIcounseling schedule mentioned above.
    • The candidate who has been allotted seat under Mop UP Round is eligible for refund of Security Money on joining the allotted College and receipt of his/her confirmation for admission from the allotted College/University.
    • The candidate who has been allocated a seat and paid the Security deposit but fails to report/take admission in the said College within the stipulated time as prescribed in the VCI Counseling Schedule; his/her Security money shall be forfeited by the Council and No correspondence under any circumstance in this regard shall be entertained.
    • The Security deposit shall be refunded in the same account from which the amount has been received.

    10) IMPRESSION

    The online self-declaration of the candidate and other documents will be verified at the time of admission by the allotted University/College and if found to be false at any time, the candidature/admission of such candidates shall be cancelled and criminal proceedingsmay be initiated against them as per law by the authorities of concerned Universities/College.

    11) IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

    • The allotment of the seats shall be made through online as per detail schedule given on the council’s website (www.vcicounseling.nic.in).
    • No separate intimation regarding counseling will be sent to the candidates individually.
    • The candidates are advised to visit Council’s website (www.vcicounseling.nic.in). regularly for latest instructions from time to time.
    • Allotment/counseling will be held as per the Category Rank (UR/SC/ST/ OBC/URPH/SCPH/STPH) only and the seats will be allotted to the candidates and reservation policy of the Government of India shall apply.
    • The allotment of seat shall be made on the basis of merit of NEET (UG) 2019 subject to fulfillment of other criteria as laid down and subject to availability of seats in particular Veterinary College.
    • The Allotment/Counseling of OBC candidates shall be done along with the candidates of Unreserved (UR) category i.e. Unreserved + OBC category candidates shall be considered together as per their category rank only.
    • Mere registration for counseling on the website of the Council shall not automatically guarantee any seat for admission to B.V.Sc. & A.H. course under 15% All India quota.
    • The candidate who fails to register his/her name for Counseling on the Council’s website (www.vcicounseling.nic.in). within the stipulated time shall not be eligible for allotment of seats and he/she has no right to claim for a seat under All India Quota.
    • Fee structures are regulated by the concerned State Governments/ Universities/Veterinary Colleges as the case may be. VCI does not regulate any fee at any Government or Private Veterinary College. Hence, students are advised to contact concerned Universities/Veterinary Colleges with
    • regards fees structure and opting of seat in private Veterinary College under 15% All India quota.
    • The candidate who fails to report/join the allotted college/University as per scheduled time given in the Public Notice shall loose his/her claims for any seat under 15% All India Quota, thereafter no claim thereof shall be considered under any circumstances.
    • There shall not be any re-counseling of candidate who have been allotted seat in any particular college.
    • In case of non reporting for admission to the allotted College or leave the College after joining by the candidate, he/she shall forfeit his/her claims for a seat under 15% All India Quota.
    • Candidate should report for admission to the Dean/Associate Dean/Principal of the allotted Veterinary College/University within the prescribed period as shown in Schedule at Para-6.
    • Under no circumstances candidates without ORIGINAL certificates/ documents shall be allowed to take admission at the allotted College/University.
    • The College/University authority has the responsibilities to check the eligibility and authentication of the candidate and his/her documents before admission. The authorities of concerned College/University shall be wholly responsible for ascertaining the authenticity and genuineness of the candidate.
    • While exercising choices for Colleges, candidate can interchange their opted choices number of times. But once the choice is locked and saved by candidate he/she cannot change or unlocked the option. After filling up online registration form and locking the choice(s) made by the candidate, a printout of the same may be retained for future reference.
    • Once the choice is locked by candidate, the list of selected Veterinary Colleges as per his/her choices will appear on the screen for printing of choices and for process for allotment of seats.
    • The seats will be allotted to candidates for admission to B.V.Sc. & A.H. course in the recognized Veterinary Colleges according to their rank and in order of choices opted by them and availability of seats under particular category.
    • The candidate can check his/her result of allocation of seats on Council’s website
    • (www.vcicounseling.nic.in). by clicking link RESULT. The result will have the detail of allotted College to candidates as per his/her merit of choice and rank.
    • After allocation of seat, there is no provision for re-counseling and change of seat.
    • The selected candidate shall have to report for admission to BVSc & AH course at the allotted Veterinary College/University as per schedule time and submit a copy of the report for admission to BVSc&AH course as provided by the College to VCI through e-mail (vciinfo@nic.in) on or before the last date of reporting as shown in Schedule at Para 6 for each round of counseling. If the copy of the proof of reporting to the College is not received from the allotted candidate within the prescribed time, it will assumed that candidate has not reported for admission at the allotted College and seat is vacant. In such circumstances, VCI may at discretion shall allot the seat to another candidate in order of merit.
    • In the matter of allotment of seat of candidate to respective College/University, the decision of the Secretary, VCI shall be final.
    • Canvassing directly or indirectly for allotment of seats or adjustments thereafter would disqualify the candidate for admission. Influencing the staff by unfair means would lead to serious consequences for all concerned. The candidates or their relatives visiting VCI, New Delhi for seeking change of the allotment would face disqualification; such visits would be treated as trespassing. Adopting unfair means at any stage shall be disqualified for counseling and allotment of seat for admissions.

    12) DOCUMENT REQUIRED FOR VERIFICATION AT THE ALLOTTED COLLEGE AT THE TIME OF REPORTING/ ADMISSION.

    The candidates allotted seats should produce the following documents in original along with self attested copy of the documents for verification at the allotted

    College/University at the time of reporting/admission failing which they shall not be entitled for admission at the allotted College.

    • Copy of VCI Counseling Registration confirmation page downloaded from Council’s website. (www.vcicounseling.nic.in).
    • Copy of Application Form of NEET- UG – 2020 as downloaded by the candidate.
    • Admit Card of NEET UG – 2020 issued by NTA for appearing in the NEET Examination.
    • Rank Card of NEET UG – 2020 issued by NTA.
    • Aadhar Card/Voter ID Card/Ration Card/Passport as the case may be written in the Application Form of NEET – UG – 2020 (any one of the ID is required as mentioned in NEET application).
    • Date of Birth Certificate (if Secondary School Examination Certificate does not have the same)
    • Secondary School Examination or equivalent Certificate
    • 10+2 Mark Sheet (Qualifying Examination Mark Sheet)
    • 10+2 Certificate or Provisional Certificate (Qualifying Examination Certificate).Provisional Certificate is permissible for those candidates who had passed in the year 2020 only
    • Character Certificate from the School or College last attended.
    • Six passport size colored Photographs (same as uploaded on the Online Application Form in NEET UG -2020) and One Postcard size colored photographs (same as uploaded on the Online Application Form in NEET UG -2020).
    • In case of OCI/PIO candidate, he/she has to produce OCI/PIO card issued by the appropriate authority.
    • The students educated abroad, equivalency certificate from AIU should be produced

    The candidate should also produce the following certificate in original, if applicable, at the allotted College at the time of reporting/admission.

    1. SC/ST Certificate issued by the competent authority and should be in English or Hindi. If it is in regional language then it should be translated in English/Hindi and should be attested by Class-I Gazetted Officer. Sub-caste should be clearly mentioned in the certificate.
    2. OBC Certificate as per format given in Annexure-3 should be issued by the Competent Authority and should be in English or Hindi. If it is in regional language then it should be translated in English/Hindi and should be attested by Class-I Gazetted Officer. The sub-caste should tally with the Central List of OBC. OBC Candidates should not belong to Creamy layer.
    3. The disability should be certified by a duly constituted and authorized Medical Board comprising of at least three specialists out of which two should be of the specialty concerned and the candidate has to present him/her – self before the Medical Board. The last valid disability certificate of the candidate from a Medical Board should not be more than three months old from the date of submitting his/her certificate for disabled candidates. The format of Locomotor Disability Certificate to be produced is given in Annexure-4.
    4. The candidates from Jammu & Kashmir who have uploaded Self Declaration claiming their eligibility under 15% All India Quota shall have to submit an affidavit as per Annexure-5 on Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs. 10/- duly attested by Metropolitan Magistrate/First Class Judicial Magistrate.

    13) PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION FOR ONLINE COUNSELING/ALLOCATION OF SEATS.

    1. The candidate has to first create login ID as indicated in the User Manual for the candidate. Thereafter proceed for registration as per User Manual.
    2. The Counseling for admission to 15% All India Quota seats shall be conducted by the Veterinary Council of India and the decision of the Secretary, VCI shall be final.

    14) LEGAL JURISDICTION

    All disputes pertaining to the conduct of counseling and allotment of seats shall fall within the jurisdiction of Delhi only. Further, any legal question arising out of the Counseling shall be entertained only when raised within 30 days from the allotment of seats.

    15) COLLEGES/UNIVERSITES INFORMATION

    The details of the Colleges/Universities included in the seat matrix are uploaded on the website of the Council (www.vcicounseling.nic.in) and www.neetcounselling.com

    For Technical support for online application, contact the Help Line (Tel.NIC : 91-11-23388630, 91-11-24305606) during working days between 10.00 A.M to 5.00 P.M

    Veterinary council of India (for quries)

    A-Wing,2nd Floor, Auguest Kranti Bhawan,

    Bhikajicama place, New Delhi – 110066.

    Email : vciinfo.nic.in – Website (www.vcicounseling.nic.in).




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