NEET 2020: MCC issues warning against fake allotment letters issued for NEET UG Counselling 2020

NEET 2020

Highlights on NEET 2020:

MCC has issued NEET UG allotment letters to the students that can be downloaded from the official website. However, it has issued a warning against people who are circulating fake allotment letters on social media.

Mumbai: MCC (The Medical Counselling Committee) issued an official notification with respect to the fake allotment letters for NEET UG Counselling 2020 that are being circulated on social media. The authorities from the MCC have said that no such letters have been issued by the Medical Counselling Committee. It has also advised the students not to trust such fake letters and not to share such fake information.

The eligible candidates for the NEET UG counselling may visit the official website of the MCC in order to check the allotment letter. Click here for the official notification.

The NEET UG 2020 counselling seats are allotted on the basis of the merit and also the choices entered by them in the application form. The candidates who have been allotted the seats according to the allotment list released for the second round of NEET-UG 2020 Counselling can download the NEET UG allotment letter from the official website. After this, they need to report to the designated colleges with the allotment letter, the documents and certificates for the completion of the verification and admission process.

In the notification, MCC has further stated that it does not allot seats on the basis of nominations. It also stated that action will be initiated against any person who is found guilty of being engaged in such malicious practices. It has also advised the students to report such matters to the Cyber Crime cell or lodge an FIR against them.

The students who have been allotted seats need to confirm their admissions until 8th December 2020. Medical Counselling Committee shall begin the registrations for the Mop-Up round from 10th December 2020, onwards. The seats allotted are for the 15%  All India Quota seats that are offered for the MBBS programme at Deemed Universities, Central Universities, ESIC, AIIMS, and JIPMER. 

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Neha Jain is a teacher and a content writer with a good understanding of Education sector in India.

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