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Treat candidates sympathetically, issue guidelines on your website for Round 2 reporting: MCC tells medical colleges
New Delhi: In light of the prevailing situation of coronavirus outbreak, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has instructed its medical colleges to be sympathetic towards NEET PG candidates who are going to appear for Round 2 reporting intended for PG medical counselling. The colleges have been issued a list of other instructions as well including publishing of related guidelines on...
New Delhi: In light of the prevailing situation of coronavirus outbreak, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has instructed its medical colleges to be sympathetic towards NEET PG candidates who are going to appear for Round 2 reporting intended for PG medical counselling. The colleges have been issued a list of other instructions as well including publishing of related guidelines on their website.
As per the schedule of PG Counselling 2020, the Reporting for Round-2 is to start from 16 th June 2020 in offline mode. The candidates will be reporting to the allotted colleges physically along with their original documents for taking admission.
Hence, for the smooth conduction of Offline Reporting, kindly upload the Quarantine rules/ General administration guidelines of the local authorities on your official website for the information/ knowledge and benefit of the candidates regarding the admission process. The contact details of the Nodal Officer may also be uploaded on the website.
Also, in order to facilitate smooth counselling a D.O Letter has been issued by the Health Secretary, MoHFW (Copy Attached).
If possible, candidates who are coming from outside the City/ State may be given priority of hostel facility for enforcing Quarantine or any such measure if applicable in your city/ state.
In view of the ongoing COVID pandemic, the candidates who are reporting for admission may be treated sympathetically and if a candidate is not able to produce any Document/ Certificate, other than Essential documents (as Caste Certificate, Certificate of Disability, Allotment Letter for Round-2 & Candidate's ID) he/ she may be given Provisional admission subject to an undertaking by the candidate that the same will be submitted at a later date.
However, other required documents as mentioned in 'Important Questions related to Scheme of Counselling' (Q. No. 9) should also be verified at the time of joining.
The participating colleges should make note of the following points:
All Central Govt./ State Govt. Guidelines w.r.t COVID should be followed.
There should be proper Crowd Management to maintain Social Distancing.
Volunteers with THERMO GUN should be deployed at the entry gate.
Staff and Students should compulsorily be wearing masks.
Hand Sanitizer stands with Sanitizer bottles should be installed in the area dedicated for Admission purpose.
Liquid Hand soap in washrooms should be made available.
Aarogya Setu App 'Status' of candidates may be checked if required.
To view the official notice, click on the link mentioned below:
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