NEET UG Counselling 2023: MCC adds 7 colleges; migration certificate not mandatory for AIQ seats

    NEET UG counselling round 2 registration 2023 will begin from August 9 at mcc.nic.in. List of 7 medical colleges added for MBBS AIQ round 2 counselling.

    The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) today announced the addition of seven government and private medical colleges who received letter of permission (LOP) late for undergraduate MBBS, BDS courses in the NEET UG counselling 2023.

    The MCC in its latest notice said, “It is to inform that some Government/Private Colleges who received LOP late for undergraduate courses, i.e, after the start of Round-1 of UG Counselling 2023, could not contribute their seats on MCC portal for Round-1 of counselling. The seats of such colleges will be taken up by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) of DGHS in Round-2 of UG Counselling 2023.” The seven medical colleges added to the NEET UG counselling round 2 are.

    • Government Medical College, Anantnag
    • MSD ASMC , Bahraich,
    • Government Medical College, Udhampur,
    • NAMO Medical College and Research Institute, Silvassa,
    • Government Medical College, Bundi
    • Government Medical College, Hanumangarh.
    • Government Medical College, Kathua.

    In addition, the commission noted that some Tamil Nadu medical colleges were not granting admissions to All India Quota (AIQ) students seeking MBBS admission who completed Class 12 from other state boards and who do not possess a migration certificate. The MCC informed that the presence of a migration certificate is not mandatory to get admission to AIQ seats in medical colleges. It further requested “all medical colleges to allow admissions of AIQ students even without the migration certificate”.


    The NEET UG counselling round 2 registration will begin from August 9 and continue till August 14. Aspirants will be allowed to fill choice and lock preferred medical colleges and courses from August 10 to 15 at the official website, mcc.nic.in.

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