MBBS Admissions 2020: MCC further extends date of reporting at medical colleges on account of Diwali
New Delhi: Through a recent notification, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has informed about the further extension in the reporting at the allotted colleges for all NEET 2020 counselling candidates applying for MBBS, BDS admissions this academic year 2020.
Earlier, the counselling committee had extended the date till 14th Nov 2020. However, with the festivity of Deepavali having the same date, the MCC has now extended the date once more.
The MCC, in its notice, has clearly stated:
This is for information to all the Candidates and the Participating colleges that the date for reporting/admission for Round-1 of UG Counselling 2020 at the allotted colleges has been extended till 02:00 PM of 16th November, 2020 on account of Deepawali on 14th Nov., 2020.
To view official notice, click on the following link:
For more details, log on to the official website of MCC:
Earlier, the MCC had released the instructions for all the MBBS and BDS candidates who are vying to appear for NEET 2020 Counselling.
All the concerned candidates are requested to check out the below mentioned instructions:
All Candidates are requested to verify the Fee Structure/ Bond Conditions/ Eligibility etc. on MCC website and confirm the same with college websites before opting for choices. MCC will not be responsible for claims of candidate of choosing wrong college afterwards.
The following colleges have higher fee inspite of being in All India Quota. Candidates should be aware of Fee before opting for these colleges.
- Raja Muthaiah Medical College, Tamil Nadu
- MG Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Wardha
Candidates are requested to check the eligibility of NRI seats of JIPMER from the information bulletin of JIPMER or directly contact the college regarding the same. The mode of payment for NRI seats may also be confirmed from the college.
Candidates are advised to do all activities relating to Registration & Choice Filling on system (laptop/ desktop) and not on mobile for the proper running of website.
Candidates should be aware that MCC allots candidates on the basis of merit and choice and as per the data of eligible candidates received from NTA. There is no provision of nomination of candidates by MCC.
The students and all the concerned Medical/Dental colleges of the country should beware of Fake Agents and Websites and may lodge FIR with Police Station immediately in case any such information/ complaint is received. It is further stated that MCC of DGHS maintains only one website for candidates i.e www.mcc.nic.in .