NEET MDS Round 2 Counselling for 2023 Concludes

The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) MDS Round 2 counselling for the year 2023 has been successfully concluded by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). This significant development in the medical education field marks the next step in the selection process for aspiring dental postgraduate students.

The process for Round 3 registration is set to commence today, and candidates can access it on the official website at As of September 6, educational institutions were diligently verifying the data of candidates who participated in the second round.

The tentative seat matrix for the upcoming Round 3 will be officially verified on September 7, providing prospective students with valuable insights into the available options.

According to a report by Career 360, the second round seat allotment results for NEET MDS 2023 counselling have shed light on the most preferred courses among students. Oral and maxillofacial surgery, prosthodontics and crown and bridge, orthodontics, and dentofacial orthopaedics have emerged as the top choices among aspirants.

Interestingly, a significant majority of applicants chose not to opt for seat upgrades during the second round, indicating their satisfaction with the initial allocation.

NEET MDS Counselling Round 3: Steps to Apply

For candidates eager to participate in Round 3 of NEET MDS counselling, here are the step-by-step instructions:

Step Description
1 Log on to the official website at
2 Click on the “MDS” tab and access the registration link.
3 Complete the registration procedure and sign in.
4 Fill out the application form with the required details.
5 Upload the necessary documents and pay the applicable fees.
6 Submit the form and make sure to keep a printed copy for your records.

It’s crucial to note that candidates interested in participating in NEET PG counselling must complete the registration process on the Medical Counselling Committee’s official website without fail. Additionally, they must adhere to the payment requirements, including non-refundable registration fees and refundable security deposits based on their chosen category.

It’s essential to highlight that the refundable security deposits will be forfeited if candidates decline the seats allocated to them in any of the counselling rounds.

As per the official information provided, the MCC facilitates counselling for the following categories:

  • 50% of the states’ All India Quota seats (please note that the participation of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is contingent on their supply of seats).
  • 100% of seats, including All India Quota seats and Institutional Quota seats, at Central Universities such as Aligarh Muslim University, Banaras Hindu University, University of Delhi, and Central Institutes (subject to eligibility conditions mentioned in Important Questions Related to Counselling Scheme duly uploaded on the MCC website).
  • 100% of seats at all deemed universities across the country.
  • 50% of AIQ P.G. seats at colleges covered by the Employee State Insurance Corporation, specifically for children of ESIC-insured individuals.
  • All P.G. seats in Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions (excluding the Registration section).
  • Central Institutes, including VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital, ABVIMS and RML Hospital, and ESIC Institute, PGIMSR, Basaidarapur, offering 50% All India Quota seats and 50% I.P University seats.

With the NEET MDS counselling process progressing steadily, aspiring dental postgraduate students have a range of opportunities to secure their preferred seats and embark on their academic journeys in the field of dentistry.

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