The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, Undergraduate of NEET-UG Counseling 2021, is now underway and has completed two rounds. The MCC, the Medical Guidance Commission, has made an important announcement regarding the Migration Certificate for reporting purposes.
According to the MCC NEET UG Counseling 2021 notification, the Migration Certificate is no longer a “mandatory” document for reporting. It is only a desirable document and if one cannot produce it for whatever reason, the institute will not refuse entry.
However, the medical students must promise the institution that they will submit the documents within seven days. Candidates can see the notification on the official site: MCC.nic.in.
The MCC notice stated: “It is for the information of candidates/participating colleges that the migration certificate for UG counseling reporting is a desirable document, but not “mandatory”.
Colleges are advised that in the event that a candidate is unable to present a ‘migration certificate’, the college can provisionally admit the candidate by receiving a commitment from the candidate that he/she will submit the migration certificate within 7 days,” it added.
The MCC announced the results of Round 2 for NEET UG Counseling 2021 on February 27 at mcc.nic.in. Candidates who participated in NEET-UG 2021 round 2 counseling were assigned a seat. They were required to download and report their seat assignment letters to their colleges between February 27 and March 5, 2022. From March 10, MCC will be accepting registrations for the NEET counseling 2021 clearing round and the choice-filling facility will be available from March 11, 2022.
The cleanup round is open to candidates who did not participate in round two. The result PDF for the NEET Counseling 2021 mop-up round will be released on March 19, 2022, after the seat allocation process.
MCC is responsible for NEET UG counseling for MBBS, BDS, BSc Nursing, Employee State Insurance Corporation (ESIC), Armed Force Medical Services (AFMS), and AIIMS and JIPMER seats under the AIQ, as well as seats at central and presumed universities , ESIC, AFMS and AIIMS and JIPMER. Candidates from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are also eligible to compete for the 15 percent AIQ seats.
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