New Delhi: Through a recent notice, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has announced the re- opening of Choice filling for Mop up Round of NEET PG and MDS Counselling 2022.
In view of the directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in Contempt Petition No. 671 of 2022 (Dy. No. 35224/2022) , all states and union territories have to complete second round of state counselling by 06:00 P.M on 16th Nov., 2022 and submit the data on the same day to the Medical Counselling Committee for the purpose of uploading the data, the notice said.
Hence, the competent authority has decided to reopen the Choice Filling for Mop Up Round of PG Counselling 2022 as per following schedule:
Choice Filling & Choice Locking
Upto 05:00 P.M of 16th November, 2022 as per Server Time
Choice Locking from 02:00 PM of 16th November, 2022 to 05:00 PM on 16th November, 2022 , as per Server Time
The candidates who want to edit their choices can do so after exercising ‘Choice Unlock’ option.
To view the official Notice, Click here : https://mcc.nic.in/choicefilling&locking/pdf
Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that with an aim to dismiss the gap between the State and All-India Quota counselling for National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Post graduate (NEET-PG) Examination, the Supreme Court on Friday directed all the States and Union Territories for completing the second round of counselling within November 16, 2022.
The States have been directed to submit the data in this regard to the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) and following this, the Mop-up counselling shall be conducted.
“In order to ensure finality in the process of counselling in NEET-PG we direct all States and Union Territories to finish second round of counselling at 6PM on 16th Nov, 2022 and submit data on the same day to MCC. The counselling for mop-up round shall then be carried out by the competent authority. State of Maharashtra shall commence with State Mop-up round only after AIQ Mop-up round is over,” observed the Apex Court bench comprising the Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud and Justice Hima Kohli.
These directions were issued by the court while it was considering a contempt plea referring to the fact that the State Counselling was pending in States such as Karnataka and Bihar while the Mop-Up Round for the AIQ seats was already in progress.