Aspirants Aiming for a Medical Career Can Check NEET PG Third Round Counselling Application Status on Official Website mcc.nic.in
In the midst of persistent requests for a reduction in the NEET PG 2023 qualifying cut-off percentile, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is scheduled to unveil the results of the third round seat allocation for NEET PG counseling on September 16, 2023. Aspiring candidates pursuing a career in medicine, who have enrolled for the third round of NEET PG counseling, will have the opportunity to check their application status via the official website, mcc.nic.in.
For those who make the shortlist, the window for reporting to their designated medical colleges is set between September 18 and September 25. The MCC NEET reporting process, as per the predefined schedule, is slated to span over eight days. Candidates can access vital information regarding significant dates and the necessary documentation for the reporting process, as well as check their allocation letter, by visiting the official website.
Steps to Check NEET PG 2023 Seat Allocation Result:
- Visit the official MCC website at mcc.nic.in.
- Find the NEET PG 2023 seat allocation result link on the homepage.
- Enter your login credentials and click ‘submit.’
- Your seat allocation result will be displayed on the screen.
- Verify the seat allocation result and download the page.
- Maintain a hard copy for future reference.
The Plea for Cut-Off Reduction:
The United Doctors Front Association (UDFA) has formally communicated with the Union Health Minister and the National Medical Commission (NMC), urging them to consider a reduction in the NEET PG 2023 qualifying cut-off percentile. This move aims to enhance participation in the current counseling process, enabling more aspiring candidates to secure admission to PG courses in medicine. The letter states, “Thousands of MBBS pass-outs who appeared in NEET PG 2023 aspire to join postgraduate courses. However, due to the non-reduction of the eligibility cut-off marks to participate in counseling, a significant number of PG seats currently remain vacant.”
The UDFA President stated in an official statement, “If the NBE does not revise the qualifying cut-off percentile for participation in ongoing counseling, the vacancy situation will persist, which would be unjust for potential candidates seeking admission to postgraduate courses.”
In alignment with these concerns, the Indian Medical Association (IMA), the prominent national organization representing physicians, has penned a letter to Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, earnestly requesting a substantial reduction of up to 30% in the NEET PG 2023 cut-off percentile. The IMA’s official letter emphasizes the risk of aspiring medical students being prevented from pursuing postgraduation and being compelled to seek education abroad, which would further deplete India’s medical manpower pool.
As of now, there is no official information regarding any changes to the NEET PG cut-off. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has exclusively provided updates on the virtual vacancy and the latest seat list for the ongoing NEET PG 2023 Round 3 Counselling process.”