Guidelines for AACCC

Guidelines for AACCC

LATEST GUIDELINES FOR STATE/UT GOVERNMENTS FOR COUNSELING OF ALL INDIA QUOTA PRIVATE SEAT:
  • Based on the provisions made in the regulations under IMCC Act, 1970 and HCC Act, 1973, minimum of 15% seats of intake capacity in all ASU & H colleges shall be all India quota seats.
  • Ministry has decided that Counseling for All India Quota seats including Government, Government Aided, Deemed Universities, Central Universities and National Institutes for the Undergraduate session 2020-21 will be conducted by AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee(AACCC), Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.
  • Further, Counseling for all India quota seats of Private Institutes (other than Deemed University) will be conducted by the counseling authority of respective State/UT Government for the academic session 2020-21.
  • AACCC  has to provide enough time for registration of counseling for all India quota private seats to NEET-2020 qualified studentss.
YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW SOME RULES FOR ALL INDIA QUOTA PRIVATE SEATS FOR ADMISSION IN ASU & H UG COURSES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21:
  • Seat under all India quota will be open in nature and there shall not be any requirement for a domicile in a particular State/UT or the passing of 10+2 in a particular State/UT.
  • State/UT counseling authorities shall conduct 02 Round all India quota private seats and after 02nd Round, in case of vacancy may convert these seats into the State/UT quota.
  • Other criteria will remain the same as for the All India quota visit the AACCC official website: https://aaccc.gov.in/
  • For daily Updates, all counseling authorities are advised to visit the website from time to time.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Passing marks for eligibility in admission to ASU & H UG courses should be as per the ASU & H UG regulations and should be followed strictly. Admission without fulfilling the eligibility criteria will be considered invalid and the seat may be canceled accordingly. The details of marks required in 12th Standard for different categories are as follows:
  1. The candidate should have passed intermediate (10+2) from the State Government & Education Board with the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English individually.
  2. Minimum of 50% marks in (10+2) taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology for General category students.
  3. 40% Marks for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Other Backward Classes aspirants.
  4. For PWD students {under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (49 of 2016)} the minimum qualifying marks are divided in two categories which are as follows.
    1. In Physics, Chemistry and Biology 45% Marks in the case of General Category. (for PwD candidates only)
    2. 40% Marks in the case of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Other Backward Classes. (for PwD candidates only)

2.   For PWD candidates, the PWD certificate should issue by the Central Government and notify by the CCIM/CCH. 

3.   In case, if an eligible candidate is having a valid 12th standard Marks sheet, however, not having a passing certificate of 12th Standard due to non-issuance of the same by the concerned authority. Then, if the candidate fulfills all other criteria then he/she has to submit an Affidavit/Undertaking stating that he/she will submit the passing certificate of 12th Standard as soon as issued by the concerned authority.

(For more information  visit website under notices section).

Guidelines for AACCC

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