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MCC announced the registration schedule for the second mop-up round for the BDS and BSc Nursing rounds on December 28. The registration process was conducted from December 30 to January 1. The registration fee had to be paid by 3 PM on the same day. The choice filling and locking round had to be done from December 30 to January 1 and January 1, 4 PM to 11.59 PM respectively. As many as 1,083 seats were offered for this round. There would not be any registration process for the second stray vacancy round, the result for which will be directly declared on January 11.
The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) postponed the registration for the NEET UG counselling mop-up round from November 23 to November 28. The NEET UG counselling 2022 mop-up round registration window opened at 6 pm on November 28. The last date of registration was December 2, at 11 AM. The registration fee had to be paid by 3 PM. Participants of MCC NEET counselling had to submit their applications online at mcc.nic.in. The NEET 2022 counselling is being conducted online by MCC on behalf of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS). The NEET 2022 counselling dates for admission to MBBS, BDS, and BSc Nursing programmes were announced by the counselling authority. There would be no registration process for the MCC NEET counselling Stray Vacancy round. The seat allotment result will be declared on December 16, followed by the institute reporting process scheduled from December 17 to December 20.
Aspirants must provide their personal, academic, NEET-UG, contact, and other information in order to be eligible for the first round of NEET counselling in 2022. Students will have to pay their NEET 2022 counselling registration cost using the online payment system. Candidates will be required to fill out their preferences of institutions and courses for admission.
How to Register for NEET UG Counselling
Now we bring the most important aspect of NEET UG counselling, which is the registration process. Follow the steps given below to register.
Visit the official website of MCC – mcc.nic.in or directly enter the link https://mcc.nic.in/Applicant/Root/Home.aspx?enc=yVQCIiq12npg+pcvNJRdc18XBAHUamSAJDzzs+Z/idyCjMG3CWIatkJ0c+mwYXJT
Click on the ‘New Registration Round 1’ tab
Select the ‘New Candidate Registration’ tab
Read the instructions and click on 'I Agree' check box
Enter the mandatory details such as NEET UG roll number, NEET UG application number, mother’s name, date of birth and security pin
Click on 'Submit'
The credentials will be generated and sent to the registered email address
Complete the registration form by entering personal, educational, NEET 2022 result and other details and uploading of scanned photograph and signature
Pay the registration fee and take a print out of the registration confirmation page
Following the registration procedure, NEET-UG seat distribution will take place based on NEET results, choices made, seat availability, reservation criteria, and other factors. Over 90,000 seats will be filled through NEET counselling under the 15% All India Quota (AIQ), all deemed/central institutions, ESIC/AFMS institutes, AIIMS and JIPMER colleges.
Some of the required documents are as followed:
NEET UG scorecard
Class 10 certificate and mark sheet (for date of birth)
Class 12 certificate and mark sheet
ID proof (Aadhar/PAN Card/Driving License/Passport)
Eight passport-size photographs
Provisional Allotment Letter
Caste Certificate (if mentioned)
PwD Certificate (if mentioned)
NEET 2022 Counselling Eligibility Criteria
- Before registering for the counselling, applicants are advised to be sure of the MCC NEET Counselling eligibility criteria. Candidates must meet the following eligibility conditions to participate in the NEET 2022 counselling process:
- Aspirants should have qualified for the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET)
- Candidates must be registered on the MCC's official website.
- All applicants, including those from J&K UT, are eligible to participate in the AIQ and deemed university counselling.
Detail of the NEET 2022 Counselling Process
Step 1: Register for NEET counselling - Qualified and eligible applicants must register online at mcc.nic.in. They must provide their NEET roll number, registration number, name, mother's name, and birth date. The next step is to pay the NEET counselling and security fees with a credit/debit card or through online banking.
Step 2: Fill out the NEET counselling choice form - One of the major issues is how to fill the options in NEET counselling 2022. The solution is straightforward. Candidates must create a fake document and fill it out with their ideal college options. They can utilise the NEET college predictor to determine their odds based on previous data and then enter those options. This list will serve as the foundation for their selection for the NEET counselling procedure in 2022.
Step 3: NEET Seat Allotment - Once this information is available, applicants must log in and get their seat allotment letter. There is a free exit option in the first round, and an exit with a forfeiture option in the second round.
Step 4: Report to the Allotted College - Following the seat allotment, an applicant must report to the chosen college to complete the admission processes. It is not necessary to participate or report in the first round. Candidates who seek to occupy the seat or advance to a higher option must, however, join and report. However, in the second round, seat allotment must be followed by reporting and joining, unless applicants choose the departure with forfeiture option, in which case their security deposit is forfeited. Candidates must present original copies of the necessary documents before reporting to the assigned college.
NEET Counseling in 2022 - What is the difference between a Free Exit and an Exit with Forfeiture?
A candidate who is assigned a seat in round 1 but does not report to or join the college to which he or she was assigned will not be punished. This applies exclusively to round 1 candidates (security deposit will not be forfeited ). Candidates who meet these criteria will be able to advance to the next round.
In the event that a candidate is awarded a seat in round 2 but does not choose to take up the seat, he or she may still depart with forfeiture (and forfeit the security sum that was placed) if he or she does so within the time frame specified.
Candidates who have been assigned a seat in the second round will not be eligible for resigning or surrendering their seats, and they will not be permitted to participate in state counselling.