The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has today declared the second round result of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate – NEET PG counseling 2021. It is uploaded on the website MCC.nic.in. NEET PG counseling round two results stated All India Rank (AIR), round one allotment result as well as upgraded colleges are allotted.
Through NEET PG counseling 2021, around 13,041 aspirants have been shortlisted for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma as well as DNB courses. NEET PG 2021 seat allotment procedure has been done on the ground of choices filled, seats available, NEET PG rank, reservation of seats as well as many other factors. Check details on how to download NEET PG counseling result 2021 and many other details.
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How to check NEET PG 2021 counseling result
First of all, Visit the MCC official website – MCC. nic. in. After that Go to the PG counseling option.
In the section named downloads, click on the temporary allotment result round 2 PG 2021 link
NEET PG counseling result pdf will be shown on the screen. Search your roll number using Ctrl+F keys. You may also verify the AIR, category as well as college allotted.
Download the same for future references
Final NEET PG counseling result
MCC has also released a NEET PG counseling notice stating that candidates can send their inquiries related to provisional round two results by 6 pm on February 17 of the year 2022. The final result of NEET counseling will be prepared after receiving the differences submitted by candidates at the site firstname.lastname@example.org.
What to do after NEET PG counseling 2021?
After the result is declared, the shortlisted candidates have to download the NEET PG allotment letter which states personal, category, allotted college details, as well as reporting schedule. Then, they have to log in to their profile to provide their preference to accept or reject the allotted seat. While reporting the colleges, they have to take the NEET PG allotment letter, other documents for verification as well as submission of fees for the first year of MD, MS admissions.