AYUSH NEET UG counselling 2023 round 3 result likely to be released on Oct 18 at aaccc.gov.in


NEW DELHI: The result of the AYUSH NEET UG counselling 2023 round 3 will be announced by the Ayush Admissions Central Counselling Committee (AACCC) on the official website, aaccc.gov.in, on Wednesday, October 18.
Candidates who have been assigned seats in AYUSH NEET UG counselling 2023 round 3 must report at their respective colleges between October 19 and 20. To obtain their provisional allotment card, students should visit the official website, aaccc.gov.in.
AYUSH NEET UG 2023 serves as the entrance examination for securing admissions to 15% of the All India Quota (AIQ) seats in BAMS, BSMS, BUMS, and BHMS courses. These seats are available in government and government-aided colleges, deemed universities, national institutes, central universities, and BHU’s institutional quota seats.
All candidates must accept admission to the upgraded seats in the third round if they had been allotted seats in Rounds 1 and 2. Failing to join the upgraded seats will render these candidates ineligible for any subsequent AYUSH counselling (Central/State/UT/Central Pool Quota), and their security deposit will be forfeited.
Eligibility for NEET (UG) – 2023 Examination extends to all qualified candidates. The AACCC, M/o Ayush, will oversee four counselling rounds for securing admission to the 15% All India Quota seats in Government and Government-Aided colleges and institutions. These counselling rounds comprise the 1st Round, 2nd Round, 3rd Round, and the Stray Vacancy Round, all conducted online.
Following the conclusion of all AACCC-UG counselling rounds, there will be no reversion of seats to the participating institutes.
In the case of 100% All India Quota (AIQ) seats in Deemed Universities, the Stray Vacancy round will be administered by the concerned Deemed Universities. The AACCC, M/o Ayush, will furnish the list of eligible candidates registered in the AACCC-UG counselling to the Deemed Universities. Only those candidates who have registered in the AACCC-UG counselling are eligible to participate in the Stray Vacancy Round, which will be overseen by the Deemed Universities.
Unfilled seats (due to non-joining or withdrawal) following the 3rd Round of AACCC-UG Counseling in Government, Government-Aided colleges, Central Universities (CU), and National Institutes (NI) will be addressed through the online Stray Vacancy Round organized by the AACCC, M/o Ayush.
Candidates who have registered but have not secured admission through AACCC-UG counselling or counselling held by State/UTs are eligible to participate in the Stray Vacancy Round.
In the Stray Vacancy Round, there is no requirement for fresh registration. Instead, candidates should express their willingness to participate in this round through the AACCC-UG portal. During this process, they must also provide an undertaking that they have not been allotted any UG (ASU&H) seats through AACCC-UG counselling or State/UTs’ counselling.
During the Stray Vacancy Round, candidates have the option to fill in their choices for seat preferences. However, it’s important to note that there is no provision for upgrading from any of the three previous rounds to the Stray Vacancy Round.
Additionally, a list of ineligible candidates will be shared with the relevant State/UT counselling authorities, National Institutes, Central Universities, and Deemed Universities to prevent them from participating in any other AYUSH counselling, including Central, State, UT, or Nominated seats.


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October 17, 2023

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