MCC asks medical colleges not to contribute vacant seats of NEET UG 2022 Round-1 to Round-2:
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After which the IntraMCC portal will be closed and on any request for NEET UG seat contributionWill not be considered.New Delhi: The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has asked medical colleges not to contribute to undergraduate seats left vacant after NEET UG round-1 counseling or UG medical seats already contributed in round-1 in the next round. . are in the system. An MCC statement said that such vacant seats in Round-1 will lead to duplication of seats in the matrix. Participating institutes, the MCC said, can contribute their seats till 5 pm on November 2, after which the IntraMCC portal will be closed and no request for NEET UG seat contribution will be entertained.
“As Round-1 of All India UG Counseling 2022 completed as per schedule on October 29, 2022, it is for the information of all the participating colleges/institutes (AIQ/Deemed/Central Universities/Central Institutes) that IntraMCC Portal for Contribution of seats for Round-2The numbers are now open.The MCC said in a statement. It further said: “Colleges/Institutions where the seats have been increased by the NMC may contribute the additional seats/increment of seats on the portal. It may be noted that colleges should not contribute to the seats left vacant after Round-1 or those who have already contributed in Round-1 as such seats are in the system. ,
NEET UG Round-2 counseling registration will start from November 2 to November 7, 2022. NEET UG 2022 Round-2 choice filling and locking will be conducted from November 3 to 8, 2022