NEET-PG 2021: MCC issues guidelines for special round counselling

The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has issued new guidelines for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Postgraduate (NEET PG) 2021 special round of counseling. More details can be found on the official MCC website —

Under the new guidelines, all candidates allocated a seat in the special round must join their allocated seats by April 7, 2022, i.e. Thursday.

In addition, the seats of round two, which have been vacated by the candidates awarded seats in the special round, will be included in the clearing round of PG counseling 2021.

Colleges have also been ordered to offline resign from second round candidates who have been awarded a place in the special round and send the scanned copies to MCC at [email protected]. The college authorities will also have to return the original documents of such candidates and pay their dues so that they can participate in the colleges assigned in the special round.

Meanwhile, the MCC has halted the process of completing the NEET-Super Specialty counseling choice because seats from several colleges and institutions were not added to the seat matrix. “…filling out the superspecialty pick will be paused for some time to allow these colleges/institutions to add these seats to the seat matrix,” the MCC message read, adding, “once the addition of the new seats goes through colleges/institutes has been completed, the choice will be resumed and this will be announced”.

By evening, the MCC added 237 additional seats, including 97 in the India-wide quota, to the matrix for round 1 of the counseling.

Sajal Jain
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