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State Quota Counselling

What is counselling Process?

MCC will conduct the first and Second Round Counselling for All India Quota. After that for the seats still remain vacant are transferred to the concerned state to which that medical college belongs to.

MCC will conduct First, Second Round and Mop Up Round counselling for BHU, AMU, ESIC, DU, IP and Deemed Universities. The seats that remains vacant still after the mop up round is transferred to medical college for Stray Vacancy Round. Now we will discuss about all these rounds in detail.

First Round Counselling:

After the registration and choice fill on MCC website the result will be published by MCC on its website. After the seat allotment candidates must download their allotment letter and report to the allotted medical college. First Round is an exit round. In the First round you can exit and the security money would be refunded to you. If you want to participate in the second round and willing to upgrade your college you can do it. If a candidate does not allotted with a seat he/she is eligible for the second round of counselling.

Second Round Counselling:

All the candidates who participated in the First Round of counselling are also eligible for the second round of counselling. Candidates who had done their registration in the first round need not do the registration again for the second round. But a fresh choice must be filled by the candidates in the second round. After the result announcement by MCC for the second round candidates must report to the allotted college or else the security money would be forfeited. After the second round the vacant seat would be transferred to the concerned state.

Mop Up Round Counselling:

MCC will conduct mop up round counselling for BHU, AMU, DU, IP Internal, Deemed University. In this round only those candidates are eligible who were not allotted seats in the First and second round of counselling. A candidate can do the new registration for Mop up Round. After the Mop up the vacant seats are transferred to the concerned institute.

Stray Vacancy Round:

In this round the institute conducts the counselling for admission. MCC will publish the name of registered candidates for the institute and institute wise vacant seats will also be published by MCC. In this list the names of those candidates were mentioned who were not allotted with any seat. For Stray Vacancy round a candidate must be physically present for counselling. The schedule for Stray Vacancy Round shall be published on the website of the institute and the whole procedure is for a short period of time i.e. for 2 – 3 days. The candidates present in the institute were allotted with a seat on the basis of his/her NEET score.

                                                            Conclusion

By this book I have tried to explain the whole MCC counselling Process in a simplest way. If while typing the book I have made any typing mistake then I am extremely sorry for that. At GLN Admission Advice we make the whole counselling/admission process easier with its 12 years professional and operation experience in the field of providing assistance in admission/counselling.

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I wish you a bright future ahead and May God helps you in getting the best Medical college so that one day you would become a good doctor who will serve the nation.

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