NEET SS Counselling: MCC seeks report from medical colleges that did not update admissions

NEET SS 2021 Counselling: If the medical colleges fail to submit the admission letter, the admission of such candidates will be cancelled, said a notice released by MCC.

NEET SS Counselling: MCC seeks report from medical colleges that did not update admissions NEET SS Counselling 2021 round 2
Abhiraj P | May 13, 2022 - 11:11 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has instructed colleges, universities and institutes which have not updated the admission of the candidates allotted in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) SS Counselling 2021 round 2 on the INTRAMCC portal and have given offline admission letters to the candidates, to report to MCC.

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The MCC has asked such institutes to report to MCC with the list of the candidates and copies of the offline admission letter provided to the candidates to the MCC e-mail ID before 4 pm on May 14, 2022. If the medical colleges fail to do so, the admission of those candidates will be cancelled, said a notice released by MCC.

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"This is for information to the colleges/universities/institutes who have not updated the admission of the candidates allotted in Round-2 of SS Counselling-2021 to the colleges/universities/institutes online on the INTRAMCC Portal and have given offline admission letters to the candidates shall urgently report to MCC with the list of candidates and copy of the offline admission letter provided to the candidates to the E-mail colleges.superspeciality@gmail.com latest by 4:00PM of 14.05.2022 after which no such query shall be entertained by MCC of DGHS and the admission of the candidates will stand cancelled," the MCC notice said.

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