NEET SS Counselling 2022: The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the provisional seat allotment result of the second round of the National Eligibility Entrance Test for super-specialty (NEET-SS) counselling 2022 tomorrow, January 5, 2023. Candidates who are participating in NEET Counselling 2022 round 2 can check their results on the official website at – mcc.nic.in.
Candidates should note that the NEET SS round 2 provisional result will include rank of the candidates, allotted institute, course, remarks, rank, qualifying exam, and other details.
“It is for the information to all candidates that the Provisional Result for Round2 of SS Counselling 2022 is now available. Final result will be displayed on 04.01.2023. Any discrepancy in the result may be immediately informed to MCC of DGHS upto 11:00 AM of 04.01.2023 through email on the Email id: firstname.lastname@example.org,” read MCC’s official notification. MCC informed candidates that the provisional result is only indicative in nature and subject to change. “The candidates cannot claim any right over the allotted seat in the provisional result and the provisional result cannot be challenged before the Court of Law,” it said. It also advised candidates to approach the allotted college or institute only after the declaration of final result and only after downloading the allotment letter from the MCC website.
The result of the second round was scheduled to be declared tomorrow, January 4, 2023. However, MCC declared it a day before. According to the official schedule of counselling, candidates will be able to report to the allotted colleges from January 6 to January 12, 2022. Before declaring the provisional seat allotment result, MCC withdrew a seat from the matrix of round 2. Narayana Super Specialty Hospital has withdrawn one seat in open category of DNB Paediatric Cardiology subject. “In view of the ongoing SS counselling 2022 the above seat mentioned seat stands withdrawn with immediate effect from the seat matrix of round 2, and will be deleted from database before allotment process of round 2,” stated MCC.