NEET SS Counselling 2022 round 2 choice-filling ends tomorrow

NEET SS 2022 Counselling: Candidates will be able to lock choices from 4pm tomorrow till 11:55 pm. Seat allotment result will be declared on January 5.


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Vagisha Kaushik | January 1, 2023 | 11:44 AM IST

NEW DELHI: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conclude the choice-filling for the second round of the National Eligibility Entrance Test for Super-Specialty (NEET SS) counselling 2022 tomorrow, January 2, 2023. Candidates will be able to fill choices for NEET SS counselling 2022 round 2 till 11:55pm tomorrow by logging in on the official website –

Candidates will also be able to lock choices in NEET SS 2022 counselling from 4 pm till 11:55 pm tomorrow. After choice-locking by candidates, medical colleges will commence the seat allotment process from January 3 to January 4, 2023.

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NEET SS counselling 2022 second round seat allotment result will be declared on the official website on January 5, 2023. Candidates will be able to report to the allotted colleges from January 6 t0 January 12, 2023.

NEET SS counselling 2022: How to fill choices

  • Go to the official website -
  • Login using username, password and security pin
  • Click on ‘Choice filling’ link
  • Select the course in which you want to take admission
  • Select the number of colleges from AIQ, central or deemed
  • Save the filled in choices and verify them carefully
  • After verification, click on lock button to lock choices

MCC had earlier informed that the seats of in-service category of Tamil Nadu state which remained unfilled will be included in round-2 of NEET SS Counselling 2022.

MCC commenced the registration process for round 1 of NEET SS counselling on November 22. While it opened the choice-filling window, the seat allotment process was put on hold due to the case of Tamil Nadu in-service candidates.

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