PG Medical Admissions Counselling 2019 Round 2: MCC issues Notice for NRI candidates
New Delhi: Through a recent notification Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) informed that the category of eligible candidates, who had applied for conversion of category from Indian to NRI (Non-Resident Indian) to participate in the All India PG counselling 2019; has been changed to NRI.
These candidates can now be able to see and fill in their NRI choices at the official website of MCC in order to participate in the counselling.
The notice uploaded on the official website of MCC clearly states:
It is for the information to all those candidates who had sent their documents in support of their claim of change of nationality from Indian/Other to NRI that the category of candidates who were found to be eligible as per their documents and directions/orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case (W.P. (C) the consortium of Deemed universities in Karnataka (CODE UNIK) & Anr. Vs. Union Of India & Ors.) dated 22-08-2017 has been changed to NRI. Such candidates will now be able to see and fill in NRI choices.
- Candidates who fall under the category of NRI as per the directions/ orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case (W.P. (C) No. 689/2017- Consortium of Deemed Universities in Karnataka (CODEUNIK) & Anr. Vs. Union of India & Ors.) dated 22-08- 2017 are eligible for NRI Category (order enclosed as ANNEXURE-V)
- The NRI category candidates are eligible for Management quota seats as well. The seats will be allotted to candidates in order of preference or choices filled by the candidate as per merit only.
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Earlier, Medical Dialogues had reported that the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) had published the list of all eligible and non-eligible candidates, who had applied for conversion of category from Indian to NRI to participate in the All India PG counselling 2019.
There were a total of 182 NRI eligible candidates for PG Counselling 2019 Round 1, whereas 65 candidates had been asked to submit their documents again to apply for conversion. These 65 candidates have either failed to fulfil the stipulated criteria for conversion or had not submitted sufficient documents such as embassy letter, passport copy, sponsor letter etc.
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