The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released an advisory for candidates who will be appearing for the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) counselling for undergraduate, postgraduate, and super-speciality courses. The advisory includes warning against fake letters and agents.
The advisory stated the following:
- MCC of DGHS allots seats to candidates on the basis of merit and choices filled by them through MCC software which can be downloaded from the MCC website.
- MCC does not allot seats on a nomination basis. It is further reiterated that no letters are issued by the MCC of DGHS to successful students.
- Candidates who have been allotted seats by MCC have to download Provisional Allotment Letters from the MCC website and report at allotted colleges for admission. Thus, candidates have to be cautious of any letters issued by scrupulous persons on behalf of MCC regarding the allotment of seats.
- Candidates should be cautious of fake agents and are advised to perform all activities related to registration on the website themselves instead of hiring agents for the same.
- The password created for registration should not be shared with anyone.
- MCC does not host any website other than mcc.nic.in. Candidates should beware of fake websites.
- Any case of fraudulent website/ agent may be immediately reported to MCC and FIR may be lodged by the candidate for such matters.
Candidates must note, the MCC has extended the reporting deadline for NEET UG counselling 2022 stray vacancy round till today, 29 December 2022. Meanwhile, the NEET SS counselling 2022 round 2 choice-filling window is available on the official website – neet.nta.nic.in. Candidates have until 3 January to fill in their choices.
Additionally, the seat allotment result is scheduled to be out on 5 January 2023. The reporting for round 2 will start from 6 January 2023.
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