NEET SS 2020: MCC releases the counselling result and the allotment letters for the first round

NEET SS 2020

Highlights on NEET SS 2020:

MCC has declared the results for the first round of counselling for NEET-SS and has also released the allotment letters on the official website. The selected candidates need to report at the college allotted from 12th to 17th December 2020. The second round shall begin on 18th December 2020.

Mumbai: MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) has declared the NEET SS (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Super Specialty) 2020 Counselling results for the first round on its official website. Also, the seat allotment letter has been released for the selected candidates.

Candidates are shortlisted for the allotment of seats based on the NEET-SS scores, reservation criteria, choices filled, available seats, etc. About 3467 candidates have secured admissions in the first round. They shall report to the allotted colleges to complete the admission process.

The candidates can download the NEET-SS Counselling result from the official website. They need to check the result for DM, McH and DNB SS in the download section. There they can search All India Rank (AIR) and also check the details and college allotted. After verifying the details they can take a printout.

For downloading the allotment letter for first-round they need to click on Online services tab. After entering the NEET-SS roll number and security pin, the allotment letter will be displayed. They can now download it and verify the details.

The selected candidates are required to log in and state whether they are accepting or withdrawing the seat allotted. In case of acceptance, they need to report at the college allotted from 12th to 17th December 2020 along with the relevant documents to complete the process of admission.

The second round of counselling for NEET-SS shall begin from 18th December 2020.

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