The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will be starting the second round of the NEET UG 2021 counselling from tomorrow, i.e. February 16, 2022. Candidates who will be eligible for this round are required to complete the registration process via the official website – mcc.nic.in. As per the counselling schedule, the last date for registration and fee payment is February 21, 2022. MCC is conducting the NEET 2nd round counselling 2021 for MBBS, BDS and B.Sc. Nursing courses.
Candidates can check the complete counselling schedule from the official website itself. However, to have a better understanding, here are the important dates that one must consider for the second round of counselling.
|Online Registration and Payment Begins||February 16|
|Online Registration and Payment Ends||February 21|
|Choice Filling Begins||February 17|
|Choice Filling Ends||February 21|
|Choice Locking||February 21|
|Internal Candidate Verification Begins||February 22|
|Internal Candidate Verification Ends||February 23|
|Processing of Seat Allotment Begins||February 24|
|Processing of Seat Allotment Ends||February 25|
|Reporting Begins||February 27|
|Reporting Ends||March 05|
Click Here to Check the Complete NEET 2nd Round Counselling 2021 Schedule
Who can participate?
Candidates who have registered in the first round of counselling but have not secured any seat can participate in the NEET 2nd round counselling 2021. However, they need not register again. One can also submit fresh registrations but this will be only from candidates who have not registered in the first round. It must be noted that candidates who have become non-eligible due to insufficient documents as per eligibility criteria will not be eligible for the second round of allotment. Also, those candidates who have not registered in the first round nor the second round will not be eligible for seat allotment.
While participating in the NEET 2nd round counselling 2021, candidates are required to submit fresh choices via the online window. In that case, choices that were filled during the first round of counselling will stand invalid. The candidates should lock the choices as per the stipulated deadline. Submitting fresh choices is mandatory so that the candidates are considered for seat allotment during the second round. On the other hand, if the candidate does not submit fresh choices, then they will not be considered for seat allotment. They will have to retain the already allotted seat from the first round. Due to the provision of free exit, candidates may not report or join the college allotted in the first round.