NEET PG and MDS 2020 counselling: Mop-up round result out

NEET PG and MDS 2020 counselling: Mop-up round result out
Team Careers360 | Jul 21, 2020 - 4:24 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has announced the provisional result of NEET PG and MDS 2020 counselling mop-up round for central and deemed universities/institutes at The PG/MDS seat allotment result for the mop-up round has been made available in online PDF form. As per the provisional mop-up round result, 1,166 candidates have been selected for deemed and central PG medical institutes, and 117 candidates are selected for deemed, and central MDS institutes.

MCC in the public notice has also advised aspirants that in case of any kind of discrepancy in the result should be immediately communicated to MCC of DGHS till 02:00 PM of July 21, 2020, through email at As per the official notice, the final mop-up round result will be announced after 2:00 PM.

Official notice
Aspirants can go through the below-mentioned notice of the DGHS regarding the allotment result announcement.


Steps to download provisional mop-up round allotment result
Medical graduates can follow the below-mentioned steps to check their provisional NEET PG/MDS allotment result.

  • Visit the official website at

  • Click on the mop-up round allotment list link in the download section

  • The result has been declared in PDF format

  • Use Ctrl+F to search roll number

  • Cross-check the roll number, marks scored, All India Rank

  • Download the result for future references

After NEET PG/MDS mop-up round result?
Students whose name will be included in the mop-up round final allotment list will be required to download the allotment letter of NEET PG/MDS and opt to choose/withdraw the allotted seat. The mop-round allotment letter mentions the name of candidate, rank, college allotted, and other details. After the selection of seats, aspirants are needed to report to the allotted college/institute with allotment letter for completion of the admission process.

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