NEET UG Counselling 2021: Provisional Result for Second Stray Vacancy Round Declared
MCC has announced the provisional NEET 2021 counselling second Stray Vacancy result for BDS and BSc Nursing on May 11. As many as 152 candidates have been allotted seats. Download the result and know the detailed information here.
NEET 2021 Counselling Second Stray Vacancy Round Provisional Result Declared
The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the provisional result for the second Stray Vacancy round of NEET 2021 counselling of BDS and BSc Nursing courses today, May 11. In a notice, MCC has stated that in case of any discrepancy, candidates should report by 3 pm today, by sending mail to email@example.com. As many as152 candidates have been allotted seats. While 111 candidates have been allotted BDS seats, 41 candidates have been allotted BSc Nursing seats.
Click here to download the provisional result of the NEET 2021 counselling Second Stray Vacancy round.
NEET 2021 Counselling Second Stray Vacancy Round Seat Vacancy
Earlier today, MCC had released the seat vacancy for BSc Nursing and BDS Deemed Universities. There were as many as 51 BSc Nursing seats and 907 BDS seats in the Deemed/Paid Seats category. Candidates can download the programme-wise seat vacancy list below.
How to Check NEET 2021 Second Stray Vacancy Round Result
Candidates need to follow the steps given below to check their results for the NEET 2021 counselling second Stray Vacancy round for BDS and BSc Nursing courses.
Visit the official website of NEET UG counselling – mcc.nic.in
Click on the link ‘BDS & BSc Nursing Provisional Result Stray Vacancy Round UG 2021’
- Find your roll number to check the allotment status
It is expected that the final result will be declared by the end of today. Along with the final result, the seat allotment letter will also be issued which candidates need to download before approaching the institute reporting rounds. The institute reporting round will be conducted from May 12 to May 15.
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