NEET Counselling Stray Vacancy Round: MCC releases lists of eligible candidates
New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the lists of eligible candidates for stray vacancy round of NEET Counselling with respect to MBBS and BDS admissions this academic year.
The counselling authority has published the separate eligible candidates' list for Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Delhi University, Employee State Insured Cooperation (ESIC), Deemed and Central universities. The NEET Counselling stray round candidate list comprises roll number, name, and nationality of the candidates.
To view the said lists, click on the concerned links mentioned below:
There are a total of 2,463 MBBS and BDS seats vacant in the NEET Counselling stray vacancy round across the country. The information to this effect came from the seat matrix released by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) after the completion of the mop-up round session of NEET Counselling on 29th December 2020. Stray Vacancy Round will be conducted in offline mode only as per the schedule
According to the List of seats remaining vacant post-Mop-Up Round, out of the 2,463 seats, few are also available in central institutes such as AIIMS and JIPMER.
In Delhi, 5 MBBS seats in total are still vacant, all under the PwD category. 3 MBBS seats belong to Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, New Delhi, 1 MBBS seat each from Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) and University College of Medical Sciences.
Meanwhile, 57 BDS seats are vacant for aspirants seeking admissions to Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences (MAIDS) and Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, ESIC Dental College and Hospital.
As indicated, a total of 318 MBBS seats are available so far in deemed medical colleges in the state of Maharashtra compared with 291 in the previous year. In dental colleges, 321 seats are vacant now-around 165% more than last year.
Of the total 318 vacant MBBS seats, close to 250 are in the NRI quota, where fees are higher than the merit seats in deemed colleges. In BDS, though, 252 of the total 321 vacant seats are from the paid seat category.
Aspirants seeking MBBS and BDS admission in the state of Tamil Nadu have 407 seats available for them in the stray vacancy round.
Of which, 235 are MBBS seats further breaking down to 146 NRI and 89 Management/ Paid quota Seats
The rest, 172 are vacant BDS seats. Of which 39 are under NRI quota and 133 are Management/ Paid Seats
429 seats are available for the stray vacancy round in the state of Karnataka. Across Medical Colleges, a total of 244 MBBS seats are vacant of which 75 are Management/ Paid Seats and 169 are under NRI quota.
Meanwhile, 185 BDS seats are available for dental course aspirants. 40 seats are vacant under the NRI quota, 136 are Management/ Paid Seats and the rest 9 are ESI seats.
5 MBBS seats are available for the aspirants seeking admissions in Telangana Medical colleges. 4 are vacant at AIIMS Bibinagar while 1 is ESI seat.
In UP, 149 MBBS and BDS seats are vacant for the stray vacancy round.
Of the total 149, 62 are MBBS seats breaking down to 2 BHU Open, 11 Management/ Paid Seats, 15 NRI, 34 are vacant at AIIMS.
87 BDS are available in the state dental colleges of which 2 are under AMU NRI quota, 9 are for AMU open and the rest fall under BHU open category including 40 Management/ Paid Seats.
All participating candidates in the stray vacancy round of NEET Counselling may note the following points:
1. Stray Vacancy Round will be conducted in offline mode only as per the schedule.
2. The Candidates must confirm the eligibility conditions from the respective Deemed/Central University before participating.
3. List of eligible Candidates will be forwarded to the respective participating colleges/Institutes/University.
4. The vacancy position for the Stray vacancy round has been uploaded on the MCC website. However, the Candidates must confirm the vacancy position from the respective colleges/Institutes/University.
5. The Candidates must go through the rules/guidelines for Stray vacancy Round uploaded on the MCC website.
6. MCC portal will be opened from 04.01.2021 to 06.01.2021 for New-Registration (as per schedule) only and not for already registered candidates.
7. Candidates not eligible for Stray Vacancy Round:
i. Candidates already holding a seat in Round 1, Round 2 and Mop-up Round.
ii. Not-Registered Candidates
8. Counselling conducting authorities:
Counselling conducting Authority
All AIIMS seats
VMMC&SJH and ABVIMS & RML (CENTRAL INSTITUTE) & ESIC
MAMC, MAIDS, UCMS, LHMC
Respective Deemed University
ESIC Authorities (Insured
Persons Quota Seats)
Subject to outcome of W.P.NO. 18903 Of 2020 in the matter of Lavanya R.M. v/s UoI & Ors. and W.P.NO. 18908 Of 2020 in
the matter of Reshmaa K. v/s UoI & Ors. before the Hon'ble Madras High Court.
Jamia Milia Islamia, Dental seats
Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Milia
The deadline for MBBS, BDS admissions this year had been extended. The extension was in compliance with the NMC orders. The MCC stated in its earlier notice, "As per Letter NMC letter*** dated 24.12.2020 the last date of admission in MBBS Course for the academic session 2020-21 has been extended till 15th January 2021"
Stray vacancy round of UG counselling for MBBS & BDS seats
Fresh Registration/Payment for Stray Vacancy Round
4th January 2021 to 6th January 2021
(up to 12:00 NOON as per the server timing)
*Payment facility will be available till 6th January 2021 up to 03:00 PM as per server time.
Reversion of Vacant Seats to Deemed/ Central Universities/ AIIMS & JIPMER/ Central Institutes (ABVIMS & , VMMC, ESIC, Rohini) after completion of Mop Up Round of UG Counselling 2020
6th January 2021
Forwarding the list of students in order of merit equalling to ten times the number of vacant seats to the Medical and Dental Colleges.
7th January 2021
Physical Reporting at the Institutes for Stray Vacancy Round
7th January to 15th January 2021
Start of Session for UG Courses
2nd February 2021
The MCC/DGHS conducts Counseling for 15% AIQ, 100% Deemed Universities, Central Universities (Delhi University, AMU & BHU including Institutional/ Domicile Quota), 100% ESIC, AFMC (only Registration Part) & I.P University (VMMC & SJH AND ABVIMS & RML & ESIC Dental, Delhi (15% AIQ + 85% Institutional Quota ) 100% AIIMS & 100% JIPMER.
The role of MCC of DGHS is limited to allotment of seats to the participating candidates, as per their merit and choice, which starts only after receiving the list/data/Information of successful candidates from National Testing Agency i.e. the NEET (UG) examination conducting body.
There are four rounds of counselling i.e. Round 1, Round 2 of AIQ and MopUp Round & Stray Vacancy Round. Out of the four rounds, three rounds are conducted online by MCC i.e. Round 1, Round 2 and Mop-Up Round. The Stray Vacancy round is conducted by the respective Deemed/Central Universities/Central Institutes/AIIMS/JIPMER for which the list of registered & eligible Candidates for the Stray Vacancy round is forwarded by the MCC to the respective Deemed/Central Universities Central Institutes/AIIMS/JIPMER. The allotment shall only be in terms of merit.
The MCC takes no responsibility of any allotment made in the Stray Vacancy Round and shall not be held responsible for any wrong/incorrect allotment.
The Candidates are advised to check their eligibility from the College website before participating in the Stray Vacancy Round.
1. MCC of DGHS, MoHFW will forward the list of Candidates equaling to ten times the number of vacant seats to the medical college in compliance of the directions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in Writ Petition(s) (Civil) No(s). 267/2017 Dar-Us-Slam Educational Trust and Ors. V/s Medical Council of India and Ors. Only those Candidates whose name will be present in the merit list of Candidates provided by MCC shall be eligible for the Stray Vacancy Round.
2. The Candidates must be given adequate time before the Stray Vacancy round in order to make the Candidates aware regarding rules/regulations etc. of the Stray Vacancy round before participating in the said Round i.e. the seats remaining vacant and the fee structure should be advertised well in advance on college website. The same should be widely publicized by the Colleges.
3. Colleges must display the eligibility conditions on their website well before the commencement of the Stray Vacancy round in order to enable the participating Candidates to make an informed decision.
4. The Candidates must be allowed to register online. However, physical presence of Candidates along with original documents is must at the time of admission.
5. All the documents of the Candidates must be physically verified by the College Authorities.
6. The names/details of the admitted Candidates must be entered on the Intra-MCC portal by the College Authorities. The said names must be entered only after the College Authorities have correctly verified all the documents/details etc. of the Candidates and the fees has been remitted by the Candidate. Once entered, no name can either be taken out or no alterations/changes can be made in the data entered on the Intra-MCC portal.
7. Candidates must be physically present during the time of admission/verification of documents at the College. Any Authorized Person in absence of the Candidate must not be entertained.
8. Colleges must make the whole allotment process transparent by recording the same and maintaining the CCTV footage of the whole allotment process and must be well documented by maintaining the attendance record etc. The said record(s) must be well maintained by the Colleges in order to enable the MCC or any Authority to verify the details if and when needed.
9. NRI seats must only be allotted to those Candidates whose name is mentioned in the eligible list of NRI candidates uploaded by MCC on the MCC website www.mcc.nic.in.
10.All due precautions with regard to COVID-19 to be taken care of by the Colleges.
11.The results of Stray Vacancy Round must be displayed on the website of the College.
12.No extension of timelines will be allowed as the last date for completing the Counselling is 15.01.2021.
13.Any Legal complication/enquiry by any Authority due to merit violation or any mistake/default occurred during the conduction of the Stray Vacancy round shall be the responsibility of the College and MCC shall not be held liable for the same.
14.A schedule for Stray vacancy Round regarding date of registration, publication of merit list, verification of documents and admission may be prepared at college level and uploaded on college website for information/knowledge and benefit of the Candidates.
15.Candidates are advised to check their eligibility conditions from the College website before participating in the Stray Vacancy Round as the eligibility conditions are different for different Colleges- Central Universities, Central Institutes, AIIMS & JIPMER.
16.The Stray Vacancy Round for Central Institutes of Delhi will be conducted by the Authorities of VMMC & SJH.
For more details, log on to the official website of MCC: