For TN NEET UG Counselling 2023 Round 2, students can sign up from August 21, 2023, until 5 PM on August 22, 2023.

Registration has started today for Round 2 of TN NEET UG Counselling 2023. Here’s how to apply:

The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DME) in Tamil Nadu has kicked off the registration process for TN NEET UG Counselling on August 21. If you’re a medical candidate who meets the requirements, you’re invited to sign up for TN NEET UG Round 2 on the official website:

As per the timetable, you can enroll for the NEET UG Counselling between August 21, 2023, and August 22, 2023, up to 5 PM. The steps to select and lock your preferences will begin on August 24 and continue until August 28.

Following that, the allocation of seats will occur from August 29 to August 30. It’s important for students who receive seat assignments to reach their assigned colleges by September 4. Everyone should carefully read the Prospectus before selecting their preferences. It’s important to be cautious while making your choices,” states the official notification.

How to Sign Up for TN NEET UG Round 2 Counselling:

  1. Go to the official website:
  2. Click on “UG courses” and choose the registration link.
  3. Fill in the necessary details in the round 2 registration form.
  4. After logging in, enter your preferences for colleges in the choice filling section.
  5. Save your choices and use the final submission link.
  6. Keep a copy of the forms for your records in the future.

Remember, you can change your choices as much as you need before locking them. However, once the choices are locked, you won’t be able to make any further changes.

You can change your choices as many times as you want before locking them. Once you lock them, you won’t be able to change them anymore. So, make sure you’re sure about your choices and their order before you lock them,” says the official notification.

After you get assigned a seat, you must download the allotment letter and go to the college with the necessary documents. The document verification will happen at the colleges. Additionally, you’ll need to provide a self-declaration, confirming that your admission could be canceled if any mistakes are discovered during the admission process.”

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