NEET 2017: Round 2 allotment result declared at mcc.nic.in

NEET 2017: Round two of the counselling process will end this month after which vacant seats will be transferred to state quota. The candidates have to reach the allotted medical or dental college from August 9 to August 16 with all relevant documents

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 8, 2017 8:05 pm
MCC, mcc.nic.in, mcc nic in 2017, www.mcc.nic.in, neet 2017 The registration process for the NEET allotment to MBBS and BDS seats at medical education institutes across the country began on July 3

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the second allotment result for the National Entrance and Eligibility Test (NEET) 2017 today at mcc.nic.in. Candidates who are registered for 15 per cent all India quota seats in various medical seats across the country can check their results from the official website.

Round two of the counselling process will end this month after which vacant seats will be transferred to state quota. The candidates have to reach the allotted medical or dental college from August 9 to August 16 with all relevant documents. Candidates who have joined a college through round 2 of all India quota will not be permitted to the vacant seats after this round.

The result of the first allotment was released on July 15. Post National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET) result declaration, the MCC had started the registration facility for counselling 2017. The successful applicants were given time to lock their choice of institutes and courses.

Out of total 8,248 seats under 15 per cent all India quota for medical and dental colleges, nearly 4000 seats have been allotted in the first round.

This year 6,11,539 candidates qualified the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Among those who qualified, there were 2,66,221 male and 3,45,313 female candidates.

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    ram yadav
    Aug 18, 2017 at 8:02 pm
    in deemed university vaccant seat allotted on the base of neet rank list or management do councilling by collecting huge donation
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      Amrita
      Aug 12, 2017 at 11:38 am
      I have secured 541 marks in NEET 2017. I am unable to get an MBBS seat in any medical college in India. The NEET examination had given us hope, but the domicile rules and the reservation policies are failing the purpose of NEET. The students securing lesser marks would be joining colleges in different states while the righteously deserving candidates would be left dejected and depressed. It would only be fair for the deserving candidates if a 3rd round of counselling and if required a 4th round is counducted for the All India 15 Quota seats. Only then will the seats of All India Quota will actually be filled according to the merit.
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        Siji
        Aug 14, 2017 at 7:47 pm
        well said amrita, after state qouta filling only please take deemed qouta. I also secured 542 marks same like above situation.
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