NEET SS 2021 counselling special mop-up round schedule released at mcc.nic.in

MCC will begin NEET SS counselling special mop-up round registration from June 21 and announce seat allotment result on June 24.

NEET SS 2021 counselling special mop-up round schedule released at mcc.nic.in NEET SS 2021 counselling
Vagisha Kaushik | Jun 18, 2022 - 3:52 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the schedule of the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) super-speciality 2021 counselling special mop-up round. The registration for NEET SS 2021 counselling special mop-up round will begin from June 21. MCC will release the seat allotment result on June 24. The NEET SS 2021 cut-off has been reduced by 15 percentile for this round.

NEET SS 2021 Counselling special mop-up round schedule

Event

Dates

Fresh registration

June 21 to 22 (upto 12 noon)

Payment facility till 3pm of June 22

Choice-filling, locking

June 21 to 22

Choice-locking from June 22, 3pm upto 11:59pm

Processing of seat

June 23

Result

June 24

Reporting at allotted college

June 25 to 29

Elibility Criteria

  • Only candidates who have not joined any seat in previous rounds of AIQ or are not holding any seats in counselling conducted by Tamil Nadu (in-service seats) are eligible to participate.
  • Candidates who have not registered in earlier rounds of AIQ may register & participate by paying fresh the security amount in the Special mop-up round of SS Counselling 2021.
  • Candidates who have registered in earlier rounds of AIQ or Counselling conducted by State of Tamil Nadu (in-service seats) but have not been allotted any seat.

“Any candidate who has joined a seat in the earlier rounds of AIQ or Counselling conducted by State of Tamil Nadu (in-service seats) shall not be eligible for participating in the Special mop-up Round,” said MCC in an official notification.

On the request of NEET SS candidates, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare directed the National Medical Commission (NMC) to conduct an additional mop-up round with reduced percentile to fill vacant SS seats.

In a letter to NMC, the health ministry said, “After conduct two rounds of counselling and one mop-up round of counselling, 930 super specialty seats (534 DM, MCh and 396 DNB seats) are still lying vacant. All these seats are clinical super specialty seats including some government medical colleges.”


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