The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), which conducts the all India quota NEET counselling 2021, has issued an important advisory for UG medical aspirants and has asked them to BEWARE of fake agents or allotment letters issued in their name. MCC has said that they don’t send allotment letters to the candidates directly and if a candidate is selected, they will have to download their provisional allotment letter from the MCC website – www.mcc.nic.in.
The counselling committee has said that if any candidates receive such a letter from a fake website to an agent then they should report it to the MCC and file an FIR (First Information Report) with the police. Also read, NEET UG Counseling 2021 Date, Documents, Eligibility – How to apply for NEET-UG counselling 2021 Registration.
“MCC does not allot seats on nomination basis. It is further reiterated that no letters are issued by MCC of DGHS to successful students. Candidates who have been allotted seats by MCC have to download Provisional Allotment Letters from MCC website and report at allotted colleges for admission. Hence, candidates are advised to beware of any letters issued by scrupulous persons on behalf of MCC regarding allotment of seats. Candidates should be cautious of Fake Agents and are advised to perform all activities related to Registration on the website by themselves instead of hiring agents for the same,” an official statement said.
MCC allots seats to candidates through a software on the basis of their merit and choices filled by them. The letters can be downloaded only by the successful candidates from the MCC website.
Candidates should not share their counselling password with anyone, the MCC said. Mcc.nic.in is the only website for NEET AIQ counselling and candidates should beware of fake websites, it said.
The MCC has not started the NEET 2021 counselling process yet. The official notification and the information bulletin will be available on the official website as and when released.
Here’s the advisory regarding NEET UG Counselling 2021 issued by the MCC.