Arpita Das|Jan 30, 2023
NEET UG 2022 Counselling: MCC issues list of round 1, 2 joined candidates
MCC informed that 21 candidates who joined both AIQ and state counselling will be removed from the seat processing of mop-up round.
NEW DELHI: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has issued the list of candidates who joined in round 1 and 2 of All India Quota (AIQ) seats and state quota of National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) UG counselling 2022. According to the list, 21 candidates joined both AIQ and state counselling. Such candidates will be removed from the seat processing of mop-up round of counselling.
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"It is for the information to all candidates that in compliance to the directions issued by Supreme Court of India, the data of candidates joined through All India Quota or state quota has to be shared between Medical Counselling Committee and state counselling authorities Round-2 onwards," read an official notice from MCC.
MCC recalled that all states and union territories had to complete second round of state counselling before result processing of NEET UG 2022 counselling mop up round and submit the data on the same day to the MCC for the purpose of uploading the data.
"The data as received from various state counselling authorities is enclosed in Annexure-I, state wise. The candidates who are joined through state counselling and have also participated in UG Mop Up Round of All India Counselling being conducted by MCC of DGHS will be removed before seat processing of UG Mop Up Round which is likely to be conducted on 6th Dec., 2022," it added.
"It is also pertinent to mention that as per data received till date, there are 21 candidates (Annexure-II) who have joined seats in Round-1 or Round-2 of All India counselling conducted by MCC of DGHS as well as in state counselling conducted by state counselling authorities," MCC further said.
MCC declared the provisional seat allotment result of NEET UG counselling 2022 mop-up round on December 7, 2022. While the final result was scheduled to be declared on the same day, it is still not available on the official website.
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