NEET PG and MDS counselling 2019 first round result announced; Read important details here

NEET PG and MDS counselling 2019 first round result announced; Read important details here
Priyam Dave | Mar 27, 2019 - 5:51 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, March 27: Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has declared the provisional result of NEET PG & MDS counselling on March 27, 2019. The final list will be available at 05:30 PM, as mentioned by MCC.The result has been made available in PDF format. Only the qualified candidates of NEET PG/MDS who have registered and filled their choices are included in the result. The result mentions NEET PG All India Rank, actual and allotted category of candidates, roll number and name of college allotted.

Along with the seat allotment list, MCC has released stating that in case of any discrepancy in the result, candidates should it to MCC and DGHS on Since, the NEET PG/MDS seat allotment result has been announced, the registered aspirants can check the few important details which can be followed after the seat allotment.

1. Check seat allotment first round result

First of all, it is mandatory to check whether and in which college/institute the seat has been allotted to an applicant. The links to download the NEET counselling result 2019 for PG and MDS courses is available below.

NEET PG first seat allotment list - Click here

NEET MDS seat allotment list (round one) - Click here

The result has been released in the PDF format, therefore candidates need to search their NEET PG roll number and All India Rank. Download the final seat allotment result of round one for future references.

2. Download seat allotment letter

Once the seats are allotted, candidates must download the allotment letter by logging in to the candidate login. Click here to get the allotment letter and enter the medical stream, roll number and created password. Verify the details mentioned in the allotment letter and download the same for the future verifications.

3. Upgrade the seats allotted

In case, aspirants are not satisfied with the seats allotted and would like to appear for subsequent rounds of counselling. Such candidates must login using their roll number and password. Then, medical graduates must select the option in which they need to provide whether they wish to appear for future rounds of MD/MS/PG Diploma or MDS counselling. No candidate will be allowed to appear for further rounds without upgradation.

4. Report at the allotted college

After getting the allotment letters, the eligible candidates must report at the designated colleges along with the relevant documents for verification and completion of admission process. In case, any aspirant fails to report at the college within the stipulated date and time, his/her candidature will be cancelled.

5. Documents to be carried for verification

As mentioned, following are the list of documents which must be carried at the time of verification.

  • NEET PG admit card

  • Score card of NEET PG 2019

  • MBBS I, II, III professional examination marksheets

  • Internship completion certificate issued by the organisation before March 31, 2019

  • Permanent/provisional medical/dental registration certificate issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI)/Dental Council of India (DCI) or state councils.

  • Class 10 pass certificate or birth certificate as a proof of date of birth

  • Valid ID proof - PAN card/Driving License/Voter ID/Passport or Aadhaar card

  • Caste certificate, if applicable

  • Disability certificate, if applicable

Aspirants can report at the allotted colleges until April 3, 2019. The second round of NEET PG/MDS seat allotment will begin from April 5 to 22, 2019. After the completion of round two, MCC will transfer the vacant seats to the respective state counselling authorities at 06:00 PM on March 22, 2019.

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