NEET PG Round 2 Counselling 2019: MCC issues Notice for reverted seats
New Delhi: Through a recent notification Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has informed about the reverted seats after NEET PG Round 2 All India Quota Counselling 2019. The notice iterates and informs all the State Directorates of Medical Education that All India Quota seats remaining vacant after last date for joining of Round 2 will be deemed to be converted into State quota as per court judgements in the matter
The notice adds that further in accordance with a Supreme Court judgement in the matter, candidates of India Quota of Round-2 will not be able to resign from their allotted seat and candidates who have joined a seat in Deemed/Central University in Round 2 will not be eligible to participate in any further rounds of counselling
The notice along with the full details of the original website of MCC is mentioned below:
It is for the information to the DMEs of all the states that in reference to the ongoing NEET PG Counselling 2019, the seats of All India Quota left vacant due to Non Joining/ Non Reporting (as on 22 Round-2 are being reverted back to the respective state Schedule for completion of Admission Process for PG (Broad Speciality) Medical Courses for All India and State Quota” notified in the Gazette of India in compliance of the directions in IA Number 7 & 8 in Writ Petition (Civil) no. 76 of 2015 Ashish Ranjan & Ors. Vs Union of India & Ors. case, which states as “All India Quota seats remaining vacant after last date for joining will be deemed to be converted into State quota”.
It is also to be noted that India Quota of Round-2 will not be able to resign from their allotted seat and candidates who have joined a seat in Deemed/Central University in Round 2 will not be eligible to participate in any further rounds of counselling in compliance with the directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India dated 09.05. 2017 passed in W.P No. 267 of 2017 Dar-Us-Slam Educational Trust Vs. MCI & Ors. 2019.
for more or regular updates students are requested to keep visiting the official website of MCC is given below:
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