Today in this article we will talk about the Medical Counselling Committee MCC, is soon going to conduct the counselling for NEET UG, PG counselling for 50% in a online mode for government institutions, central universities, and deemed universities, ESIC, and AFMS institutes. In this blog we will provide you all the mandatory details regarding this mcc.nic.in, and here you will get details such as eligibility conditions, official link and so many other details also.
MCC NIC IN
MCC Medical Counselling Committee, will soon be providing NEET UG Counselling, PG Counselling for 50% in an online mode for Government Institutions, Central Universities and Accredited Universities, ESIC and AFMS Institutes. All the eligible applicants are required to make a registration and get your seats. Students qualifying for 15% India-wide quota are required to apply for NEET-UG/NEET-PG Online Counselling 2022 at mcc.nic.in the Official Medical Advisory Board.
Overview Details of mcc.nic.in
|Name||Medical Counselling Committee|
|Exam Counselling||NEET UG/NEET-PG|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a Year|
|Mode of Counselling||Online|
|Rounds||There are 4 rounds of AIQ counselling|
AIQ Round 1
AIQ Round 2
AIQ Mop-up Round
AIQ Stray Vacancy Round
|AIQ Conducting by||Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS)|
National Medical Commission
|Seat Intake||AIQ – 15% of Govt Seats,|
100% of Deemed and Central University seats, ESIC, AFMC, AIIMS and JIPMER seats
State Quota – 85% of Govt seats, 100% of private seats of the state
MCC Second Round Choice Filling 2022
Today is the last registration date for options for round 2 of the UG-Beratung 2022 until 23:55. m. on November 9, 2022. Option lockdown may be available from 3:00 p.m. w.M from November 9, 2022 to November 9, 2022 at 11:55 p.m.
NEET UG Counselling Schedule
|Schedule for Admission||All India Quota||Deemed+ Central Institute||State Counselling|
|1st Round of Counselling||11/10/2022 to 20/10/2022||10/10/2022 to 20/10/2022||17/10/2022 to 28/10/2022|
|Last date for Joining||28/10/2022||28/10/2022||04/11/2022|
|2nd round of Counselling||10/11/2022||10/11/2022||07/11/2022 to 18/11/2022|
|Last date for joining||18/11/2022||18/11/2022||21/11/2022|
|Mop up Round||23/11/2022 to 01/12/2022||23/11/2022 to 01/12/2022||06/12/2022 to 12/12/2022|
|Last date for joining||10/12/2022||10/12/2022||16/12/2022|
|Stray Vacancy||12/12/2022 to 14/12/2022||12/12/2022 to 14/12/2022||–|
|Last date for joining||20/12/2022||20/12/2022||20/12/2022|
MCC NEET UG Registration Procedure
Applicants who are willing to make a registration under UG courses must visit the official website. There you will get all the details and link to get updates, hurry up the registration starts form today.
Details of Restart to Choice and Revision of Result 2022
|Choice Filling for Round 1 of PG|
|After 05:00 P.M of 28.09.2022|
upto 08:00 A.M of 30.09.2022
|Choice Locking starts from||03:00 P.M of 29.09.2022|
|Seat Processing of Round 1||30.09.2022|
|Declaration of Provisional Result||30.09.2022|
|Declaration of Final Result||30.09.2022|
|Reporting for Round-1||01.10.2022 upto 05:00 P.M of|
Scope Under NEET PG Counselling 2022
- 50% All India Quota (AIQ) Seats Central Universities AFMS Institutions Universities considered State Quota Seats at State Universities.
- State quota of places in the country’s private medical institutionsuniversities established by state lawuniversities established by municipal trust, partnership or corporate bodies.
Few Types of NEET PG Counselling
The NEET PG 2022 MCC Advisory for 50% AIQ and 100 Emed and Central Universities, ESIC and MCC will hold AFMS seats. While for government quotas and private university seats, the NEET PG 2022 guidance will be conducted by independent government bodies.
|Counselling Name||Conducting authority||Participating institutes|
|MCC (AIQ)||Directorate General of Health Services, Medical Counselling Committee||50% AIQ seats in government institutions, central universities, deemed universities, ESIC and AFMS institutes|
|State Quota||Respective state government/authorities||50% state quotas in public schools, 100% in private practitioners, minority institutes, universities established by state law, foundations of local corporations, associations or companies based in the state.|