AYUSH NEET Counselling 2020: Round 3 result declared; Know where and how to check

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Anupama Mehra
Assistant Manager – Content
Updated on Jan 27, 2021 11:27 IST

AYUSH 3rd Allotment Results 2020 has been released. The seat allotment letter is expected to be released soon.

AYUSH NEET 2020: The AYUSH Admissions Central Counselling Committee (AACCC) has announced the AYUSH NEET Counselling 2020 Result for 3rd Round. All the medical aspirants who had participated in the 3rd Counselling Round can now check AYUSH NEET 2020 Allotment Result on the official website. Candidates can check the AYUSH 3rd Allotment Result 2020 on aaccc.gov.in. 

Candidates must also note that the AYUSH NEET Counselling Results 2020 has been declared as a PDF list and the same can be accessed here. The result has been declared for BAMS, BUMS, BHMS, BSMS, and BNYS courses. It is to be noted that the seat allotment letter is yet to be released by the authorities. Once available, candidates allotted seats will need to download the NEET AYUSH 3rd Allotment Results 2020 and start the admission formalities. Candidates need to complete the admission formalities from January 28 to February 8, 2021 by visiting the institute where they have been allotted seats.

NEET AYUSH 3rd Allotment Results 2020: Know how to check online

Those who have participated in the 3rd Counselling Round for AYUSH NEET admission to UG courses can check the AYUSH Results by following the simple steps given below:

  • Go to the official website aaccc.gov.in
  • Click on the Direct Link for ’Provisional Result R3/ Mop up Round’
  • A PDF file containing 3rd Round allotment list on your screen
  • Search for your individual result using your Rank
  • Check selection status in the result
  • Download the PDF file and save it on your device safely

Earlier through the official notice the ministry had informed that, the reduced NEET cut off for admission to AYUSH courses can be used for central and state-wise admissions. 

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Anjitha V Nair

a year ago

What is the least mark considered in AYUSH counselling 2020 for BAMS?

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