NEET SS 2020: MCC releases list of certificates, essential documents to be checked by institutes during reporting
New Delhi: Through a recent notification, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has informed about the certificates and essential documents compulsorily to be checked by the medical colleges during reporting of NEET SS counselling candidates.MCC received various mails from colleges seeking direction regarding the admission process if the candidates report without original certificates....
New Delhi: Through a recent notification, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has informed about the certificates and essential documents compulsorily to be checked by the medical colleges during reporting of NEET SS counselling candidates.
MCC received various mails from colleges seeking direction regarding the admission process if the candidates report without original certificates. Hence, it has now released a list of essential documents. In this regard, it is stated that colleges are required to check the following documents of the candidates during Reporting.
All the Participating Institutes of SS Counselling 2020 are requested to take note the following points regarding Reporting:
Provisional Allotment Letter issued by MCC
Result/Rank Letter issued by NBE
MD/MS/DNB Degree Certificate in the concerned Specialty.
High School/Higher Secondary Certificate/Birth Certificate as proof of date of birth.
Candidates allotted seat must carry one of the identification proofs (ID Proof) to the allotted college at the time of admission (as mentioned in the information Bulletin published by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) for NEET SS: 2020 i.e. PAN Card, Driving License, Voter ID, Passport or Aadhar Card).
Admit Card issued by NBE
MBBS Degree Certificate/Provisional Certificate
Permanent Registration Certificate of MBBS/MS/DNB issued by MCI or NBE/State Medical Council.
In case any allotted candidate is not able to provide the above essential documents, the seat of the candidate will be deemed to be 'cancelled'.
The notice further stated that by default, the reporting for Round-1 & Round-2 has to be 'PHYSICAL'. However, only in extremely exceptional cases where the reason of the candidate is found to be genuine, decision can be taken by the college authorities after approval from MCC, to allow the candidate for Online Reporting after verification of required documents online. However, the onus of seats remaining vacant/ seat blocking in case online reported candidates do not join physically will be on concerned college. Therefore, colleges are advised to ensure that only genuine candidates be allowed for online reporting.
To view official notice, click on the following link:
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