The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has added more MD (Doctor of Medicine) and MSc (Master of Surgery) seats in the NEET PG 2022 Counseling Round 1 seat matrix. Aspirants can check the list of vacant seats on the official website of MCC mcc.nic.in.

Students participating in the counseling process can exercise the option of filling up the newly added seats online. The last date to complete the registration process for NEET PG 1st round counseling ends today, 23rd September. Those who have not yet applied can do so by paying the fee by 8:00 p.m.

“The Medical Counseling Committee has received information from the following institutes (list attached) about the new seats which could not be provided by the colleges before the commencement of Round 1 of PG 2022 counseling as the LoPs from NMC were received after the commencement of Round- 1 counselling,” the notices said. , shared by MCC.

The commission added that the seats were added in the “greater interest” of the candidates.

According to the update, medical colleges in the states of Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir and Madhya Pradesh have announced new seats. The MCC also informed the medical colleges that Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) and foreign nationals will be eligible only for seats reserved for NRIs and not for regular seats.

The committee had earlier announced the removal of postgraduate students from two medical colleges for NEET PG 1 round counselling. Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal and Government BJ Medical College, Ahmedabad have asked the MCC to withdraw their seats.

NEET PG 1st round seat allotment results will be declared on 28th September. Once released, candidates will have to report to the designated colleges from September 29 to October 4. Every year MCC conducts online counseling for appointment of eligible candidates to Post Graduate Programs (MD/MS/Diplome and MDS) under 50% All India Quota.

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