Significance of NEET Counselling for students recommended by Gaurav Tyagi


Today Express News / Report / Ajay verma / New Delhi : Medical students are in messed up situations right now. One side their examination dates are being postponed and on the other side the first round for NEET PG Counselling 2020 has already been done. The guidelines passed by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), are counselling and formalities of all students which will be held online including the allotment and registration. The second round of the NEET PG Counselling 2020 has been extended. Nowadays MD, MS Courses are conducted by MCC and DNB Courses of NEET PG are conducted by the National Board of examination. The first round counselling for DNB Course is ongoing. One must have to be very careful in the process of DNB Counselling, you have to be very significant about the good institutions with DNB Courses and which institute has good academics and hospitality. The best option for students for institutions will be corporate hospitals where they can learn ample new things and also have decent medical equipment. Students should have every inquiry about institutions before choice filling. There are a total of 2256 seats for DNB Course across India, out of which this year nearly 647 seats are in the sponsored category.

Selecting the right college is the toughest choice for a Medical student when they lack proper guidance. In such a scenario, PG and MBBS Counselling from a professional medical consultant can be very helpful in making an appropriate choice regarding college and courses. For MBBS/ BDS seats are under 15% all India quota and 85% State Quota, MCC will conduct NEET UG examination on 26th July 2020. The first phase of counselling might start on 2nd week of September. This year the National Testing Agency (NTA) is planning to conduct examination in 6000 centres keeping social distancing in mind. For getting an appropriate college, the general category students required 50 percentile whereas SC/ST quota required 40 percentile. The process of PG and UG counselling is all about choice filling, locking, allotment, document verification and admission. PG Counselling is important for medical aspirants and more beneficial when it’s done under the guidance of an expert of a consultant.

Gaurav Tyagi, Founder of Career Xpert said, “It’s been 12 years in the counselling profession and I know many students who are very confused in selecting the desirable colleges. The system of NEET PG Counselling is designed and created for such medical students but you also need to be very careful while making choices as this year it’s all going online due to lockdown. Firstly, you need to understand the whole counselling procedure and need to follow a strategy accordingly. Many students who wish to go abroad, the DNB course is the best choice for them. Students have always queried about DNB fee structure, admission, cut-offs, counselling and what rank is appropriate for getting colleges. There are many videos that I’ve created on such topics that can help students with any of their doubts. In the ongoing process of round one PG Counselling tries to make the right choice and you can always have a secluded round if you still have any confusion. Best wishes to all the future doctors from my side.”

About Gaurav Tyagi

Mr. Gaurav Tyagi, born and brought up in Andaman and Nicobar Islands did his schooling from the same place. Being the son of a Deputy Education Officer in Port Blair, he always had an urge to pursue his career in the field of education. Gaurav Tyagi opted for B.Tech in Graduation and pursued a Diploma in Psychology, Chandigarh, and Diploma in Counseling from Bangalore as his Post Graduation. He has set a benchmark in medical counseling as he has an experience of six years in the same field and has taught students who have attained top ranks in AIPMT, IIT-JEE. Mr. Gaurav Tyagi has previously worked with Convergeaon Services and PGK Educational Services and currently runs his venture by the name of Career Xpert and also runs Career Xpert Charitable Trust for providing career counseling to underprivileged students. Gaurav Tyagi has given the greatest number of students who have cracked top medical examinations and placed them in some of the renowned medical institutions and have counseled almost 10, 000 students per year. He has been felicitated by Attal Ratna Samaan Samaroh, 2019 and Education Council of India, 2019. Recently Mr. Gaurav Tyagi won The Great Visioners Awards, 2020 and The Game Changers Business Awards.