Rajasthan NEET UG 2019: The Rajasthan NEET UG counselling results for the second round allotment has been delayed. According to an offiical notificaiton released on the official website, the Rajasthan NEET allotment result will be released shortly. However, the official website, which hosts the Rajasthan NEET UG allotment results is back after not responding for a whole day. The allotment results for the medical and dental Undergraduate (UG) courses in the colleges in Rajasthan is expected to be released at rajneetug2019.rajasthan.gov.in or at hteapp.hte.rajasthan.gov.in/neet_ug_admission. The NEET UG Medical and Dental Admission/Counseling Board-2019 Jaipur is the officiating body which releases the NEET counselling results for the Rajasthan state.
"Due to technical issues, the result of Round-2 is delayed, will be published shortly. Refer important message regarding NRI seats remaining vacant in Round 2 of counseling. The verification of Online Allotments of Round 2 is in progress. The result will be declared on completion of verification process. Refer notification for more details. Refer important message regarding NRI seats remaining vacant in Round 2 of counseling. Candidates are required to visit the website of respective college for information relating to Admission fee, bank account, bank guarantee and other formalities etc.," said a notification posted on the official website, hteapp.hte.rajasthan.gov.in/neet_ug_admission.
Times of Indian reported that the second round allotment result for the Rajasthan medical and dental admission was to be released on Sunday, according to the Office of the Chairman, NEET UG Medical & Dental Admission/Counseling Board-2019 and Principal & Controller, SMS Medical College.
Meanwhile, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) of Government of India, the national body which oversees the medical admission to the all India pool, has warned students today against fake allotment / nomination letter for admission to Under Graduate (MBBS/BDS) and Post Graduate admission (MD/MS/Diploma and MDS) seats under the Central pool Quota.
In a notice released on the MCC website, the Committee has said that it has been made aware of dubious authorities that have been issuing fake allotment/nomination letters for admission to medical and dental seats falling under the central pool quota. Not only has the committee asked students and institutes to be aware of such irregularities, it has also asked them to lodge an FIR with Police Station immediately on receiving any complaint in this regard.
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