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Beware of Touts, Agents promising MBBS seats: MCC issues Notice on Fraudulent Activities


Beware of Touts, Agents promising MBBS seats: MCC issues Notice on Fraudulent Activities

New Delhi: Its that time of the year when young and gullible medical aspirants are being contacted by touts with big promises of MBBS seats in return for financial considerations. Authorities, on the other hand, have come out openly warning MBBS aspirants not to fall under

Medical Counseling Committee has issued a notice regarding fraudulent activities. The full information regarding notice along with the official website of MCC is given below:

It has came to the notice that many of the medical courses aspirant candidates are being approached by touts and agents for allotment of All India Quota/Central Pool Quota/Management Quota (Deemed University) medical/dental seats against a heavy amount of charges/fees.

In this regard, general public is informed that MCC/DGHS does not encourage any such procedures and allotment of medical/dental seats are strictly made on the basis of rank obtained in NEET and merit through online counselling conducted by MCC/DGHS.

Allotment result of medical/dental seats was also uploaded on the website of MCC for wide publication.

Hence, general public is advised to beware of such touts and agents and not fall in their trap.

MCC/DGHS/MoHFW will not be responsible for any such fraudulent transactions.

for more details click on the given link:

https://mcc.nic.in/UGCounselling/home/homepage

https://mcc.nic.in/UGCounselling/Home/ShowPdf?Type=E0184ADEDF913B076626646D3F52C3B49C39AD6D&ID=097CCD4F03D962011101C1221009E53461A0993F


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  1. As an ex chief commissioner of income tax, with experience of handling the cases of greedy doctors and the sophisticated hospitals, mostly in the South, in all stages of assessment, appeals, etc., and also while representing the Deptt before the (then honest) Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, and later before the (dubious) Settlement Commission, I certainly can claim to know that this touting for getting admission into medical colleges is a very lucrative business done openly in the South (and, now I learn, In Bengal
    too). In the course of my official duties, I had to investigate into the business model of these \”professional\” admission agents who admitted their very close connection and clout ast very high levels–and also in the MCI, obviously on \”profit sharing\” basis! MCI is merely trying to show off as the entire system in the country is thoroughly corrupt and everything i9s available for money–money only.