NEET PG Counselling: MCC issues corrigendum for seat surrender receipt
New Delhi: Through a recent notice, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has informed about the correction in the seat surrender receipt pertaining to NEET PG Counselling 2020 which is currently ongoing by the authority.
The Resignation/Seat Surrender module for Round-1 is in progress and will end on 4th May 2020. The seat Surrender Receipt shows the following statement in the Candidate Agreement:
"The above-mentioned seat allotment is surrendered because of candidate request. The candidate is not eligible for further rounds of seat allotment/ counselling".
Now, as per the corrigendum issued by the MCC recently, the above statement should be read as under:
"The above-mentioned seat allotment is surrendered because of candidate request. Eligibility of the candidate for participating in further rounds of counselling will be as per the scheme of counselling uploaded on MCC website".
The same will be corrected in Seat Surrender Receipt, the MCC stated.
Earlier, the all India counselling authority had released a clarification for candidates belonging to EWS, ST, SC, OBC and PWD Category who have been allotted UR seat in Round 1 of NEET-PG Counselling 2020; which stated:
Such Candidates, who wish to opt for UR seat and would not like to participate as EWS/ST/SC/OBC/PWD to UR at the college level and such Candidate will be considered as UR for further rounds of NEET-PG Counselling 2020.
Candidates who want to participate as EWS/ ST/SC/OBC/PWD in subsequent rounds of NEET-PG Counselling 2020 and retain the seat as EWS/ST/SC/OBC/PwD, such Candidates should produce EWS/ ST/SC/OBC/PWD Certificate in Round 1 itself. Failure to produce the same will lead to cancellation of their allotted seat
Candidates who have been allotted a seat in their own Category i.e. EWS/ST/SC/OBC/PWD (as filled in by them) have to produce the Certificate at the time of admission or else their seat will be cancelled, the notice added.