NEET SS Counselling 2022: Round 1 choice-filling begins tomorrow

NEET SS Counselling: Last date to fill choices for first round is December 7. Seat allotment result will be declared on December 10.


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NEET SS counselling 2022 (Representational Image: Shutterstock)NEET SS counselling 2022 (Representational Image: Shutterstock)

Vagisha Kaushik | December 4, 2022 | 02:11 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will commence the choice-filling process for the first round of National Eligibility Entrance Test for Super-specialty (NEET SS) counselling 2022 tomorrow, December 5, 2022. Candidates will be able to fill choices on the official website – The last date for choice-filling is December 7, 2022.

MCC released the revised schedule of NEET SS counselling 2022 on December 3. It informed candidates that in view of the Supreme Court’s directions in the case of Tamil Nadu in-service candidates, choice-filling for round 1 has been opened and a revised schedule of counselling has been released.

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According to the revised schedule, NEET SS seat allotment result for round 1 will be released on December 10, 2022. Seat allotted candidates will be able to report to colleges from December 11 to December 16.

“However, the seats of in service category of Tamil Nadu state which remain unfilled will be included in Round-2 of SS Counselling 2022 to be conducted by MCC of DGHS,” read MCC’s official notification.

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According to the Supreme Court order, the state of Tamil Nadu has been permitted to fill seats reserved within a period of 15 days. The state will be required to inform the Union of India about the unfilled seats in the in-service category. Such seats will be permitted to be filled in by the Union of India, on the basis of All India merit list.

MCC commenced the registration process for round 1 of NEET SS counselling on November 22. However, the seat allotment to candidates encroaching upon the 50% of seats reserved for in-service candidates in super specialty courses available in the government medical colleges in the state of Tamil Nadu for the academic year 2022-23 was put on hold.

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