The National Medical Commission (NMC) has extended the last date of MBBS admission for the academic session of 2020-21 till 15th January, 2021. After the three rounds of counseling i.e. Round 1, Round 2 and Mop-Up round, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released a schedule for the Stray Vacancy round of UG Counseling for MBBS and BDS seats for the same. The Stray Vacancy round shall be conducted by respective universities for which the list of registered candidates will be forwarded by the MCC to various universities. The results for the last round i.e. Mop-Up round was declared on the 17th of December, 2020 and 29th December was the last date of reporting.
Those students who haven’t registered can register themselves from 4th January, 2021 to 6th January, 2021; the payment of which can be done till 6th January up to 03:00 PM as per server time. However, those students who have already registered themselves but haven’t got a seat in the previous three rounds of counseling can directly go for the Stray Vacancy Counselling.
The reversion of vacant seats to Deemed/ Central Universities/ AIIMS & JIPMER/ Central Institutes (ABVIMS &, VMMC, ESIC, Rohini) after completion of Mop Up Round of UG Counselling 2020 is scheduled on the 6th of January, 2021. The list of students in order of merit equaling to ten times the number of vacant seats to the Medical Colleges in India and Dental Colleges in India is decided to be forwarded by the MCC on the 7th of January, 2021.
Students are requested to report physically at the Institutes/Universities for Stray Vacancy Round according to their merit from 7th January to 15th January, 2021. The session for the various MBBS courses and BDS courses is to start on the 2nd of February, 2021. Keeping in view the availability of the limited time and ensuring the faithful obedience of the time schedule, all institutes and colleges are directed to treat all Saturday and Sunday as working days.
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