NEET PG Counselling 2021: Applicants Exited With Forfeiture In Round 2 Can Apply For Mop-Up Round; H

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Publish Date : 2022-03-05 00:00:00


NEET PG Counselling 2021: Applicants Exited With Forfeiture In Round 2 Can Apply For Mop-Up Round; H

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statement issued in this regard said.

New Delhi: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has allowed the candidates who have exited the Round 2 of NEET PG counselling with security deposit will now not be required to register again but can make the payment of Mop-up round and proceed further for admission to PG medical seats.

It is for the information to candidates who exited with forfeiture of security deposit in round 2 and now want to participate in mop-up round of PG counselling 2021. Such candidates need not register again but they are required to make the requisite payment and proceed further,” an MCC statem



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