NEET SS counselling 2023 round 2 registration ends tomorrow at mcc.nic.in; documents required

Candidates selected in the NEET SS counselling 2023 round 2 merit list will have to report in the allotted colleges between December 24 and 31.

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Candidates with 20 percentile can also apply for the NEET SS counselling 2023 round 2. (Image: Pexels)Candidates with 20 percentile can also apply for the NEET SS counselling 2023 round 2. (Image: Pexels)

Divyansh | December 20, 2023 | 02:52 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will close the registration window for the NEET SS counselling 2023 round 2 tomorrow. Candidates can apply for the National Eligibility Entrance Test for Super Specialty (NEET SS 2023) counselling round 2 through the official website, mcc.nic.in.

The result of NEET SS 2023 counselling round 2 will be declared on December 23. Selected candidates will have to report at the allotted colleges from December 24 to 31.

NEET SS 2023 counselling fee

Candidates applying for the counselling process will have to pay an application fee of Rs 5,000 which is non-refundable and security deposit fee of Rs 2 lakh. The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences has revised the percentile for the NEET SS counselling 2023. Candidates with 20 percentile can also apply for the counselling process.

Earlier, candidates with 50 percentile were able to apply for the counselling process. Following the revision, the NEET SS 2023 counselling round 2 dates were also revised.

Also Read | NEET SS 2023 result declared at nbe.edu.in; tie-breaking rule, score card download link

NEET SS 2023 documents required

Candidates selected for the NEET SS 2023 will have to report at the colleges for these documents:

  • NEET SS seat allotment letter 2023 issued by MCC
  • NEET SS admit card
  • Result of NEET SS 2023
  • MBBS degree certificate
  • MD/MS/DNB degree certificate in the concerned speciality
  • Permanent/provisional registration certificate issued by National Medical Commission (NMC)/ NBE/State Medical Council
  • Birth certificate as proof of date or birth. High school or higher secondary certificate can also be used as a DOB proof
  • ID proofs such as PAN card, driving licence, voter ID card, passport or aadhar card.

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