The final results were announced on 26 February. The committee announced that any discrepancies in the results could be immediately notified to the MCC of DGHS by 10 am on 26 February by email at the email id: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the notice here
Candidates are advised to contact the allotted colleges / institutes after the announcement of final results and download of the allotment letter from the MCC website.
The reporting module against the results of Round 1 seat allocation in colleges for admission in MBBS and BDS seats has started from Sunday 27th February. Candidates selected in NEET UG Round 2 Counseling can report for admission till 5th March.
Here’s how to check the status
Go to -mcc.nic.in.
– Click on the NEET UG tab
-In the News & Events section, click on the results link
– Check and download NEET UG Round 2 status.
This year, MCC is conducting four rounds of online NEET UG counseling for all Indian quota seats, including seats for Central and Deemed Universities – Round 1, Round 2, Mop-up Round and Stray Vacancy Round.
The MCC further noted that temporary results are only indicative of nature and subject to change. Candidates cannot claim any rights over the seats allotted in the provisional results and the provisional results cannot be challenged in the court of law.
NEET UG Round 2 Merit List has been prepared on the basis of preference filled by the candidates during Round 2 registration. Round 2 seat allocation results are available on the official website – mcc.nic.in.
Responsible for conducting NEET UG counseling for MBBS, BDS, BSc nursing seats under MCC AIQ and in Central and Deemed University seats, Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC), Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) and AIIMS and JIPMER seats. Candidates from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana will also be eligible to contest against 15 per cent AIQ seats.
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