NEET Counselling 2021: MCC issues notice on Resignation of Round 1 allotted seats, Details
New Delhi : Through a recent notice, Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has notified about the resignation process for NEET 2021 counselling candidates who have joined Round 1 seats and now want to resign or surrender the seat allotted to them.In reference to Round-1 of UG Counselling 2021, Reporting is scheduled to end on 9th February, 2022. It is for information that candidates can...
New Delhi : Through a recent notice, Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has notified about the resignation process for NEET 2021 counselling candidates who have joined Round 1 seats and now want to resign or surrender the seat allotted to them.
In reference to Round-1 of UG Counselling 2021, Reporting is scheduled to end on 9th February, 2022.
It is for information that candidates can resign the seat of Round-1 till 04:00 P.M of 15th February, 2022 after which they will be considered as part of Round-2 and same rules will apply on them as applicable for Round- 2 of counselling.
Candidates are advised to ensure that their Resignation Letter is generated online (through portal provided by MCC) by the allotted college, failing which the resignation will be treated as 'Null & Void'. In such a case, candidate will be deemed to occupy the seat still, and rules of Round-2 will apply. Any letter other than Resignation Letter generated through online portal will not be considered as 'Resignation Letter'. In case candidate is resigning by sending email to college, s/he should make sure that they receive Resignation Letter generated through online portal of MCC, stated the notification released on the official website of the MCC.
In case candidate gives consent for upgradation in Round-2, participates in Round2 counselling but is not upgraded, s/he cannot resign the seat allotted in Round-2 and will have to retain the seat. In such a case rules of Round-2 will apply since the candidate has exercised choices and participated in Round-2. There is no option of resignation if candidate is not upgraded in Round-2. Round-1 joined candidates who neither participate in Round-2 nor resign the seat of Round-1 will be considered part of Round-2 after the stipulated time. Hence, candidates who desire to resign their seat of Round-1 should do so before the Round-2 commences i.e by 04:00 P.M of 15th February, 2022, the MCC said.
To view the official Notice, Click here :https://mcc.nic.in/round1neetugcounseling
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