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    Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has published final vacancy list (seat matrix) for All India  PG medical extended round 3 of counseling. This is for admission into PG medical courses MD/MS/Diploma across India through AIPGMEE 2014. Extended round 3 of counseling has been announced in compliance of the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in IA No. 15/2014 in Writ Petition No 433/2013 in Dr Fraz Naseem & Ors Vs Union of India & Ors.

    Vacancy list (seat matrix) has been attached to this posts and can also be downloaded from this link.

    In total 1069 vacancies are created in various states and specialties out of which 592 Vacancies are due to Non joining, 477 vacancies are due to Resignation and 0 due to cancellation of seat.

    MCC has also published virtual vacancy list, which will be created if a candidate who has presently acquired a seat gets upgraded in extended 3rd round of counseling. This virtual seat will be allotted to other candidate who has filled in that seat in online preference form.

    Virtual Vacancy list (seat matrix) has been attached to this posts and can also be downloaded from this link.

    To help the candidates in comparison between vacancies for extended Round 3 of AIPG 2014 and Round 4 of NEET 2013 i am uploading “Final Vacancy Lists For Round 4 NEET 2013”

    For year 2013 in Total 1982 vacancies are created in various states and specialties out of which 1015 Vacancies were due to Non joining, 954 vacancies were due to Resignation and 13 due to cancellation of seat.

    Looking at above data extended round 3 of PG medical counseling cannot be close to round 4 of NEET 2013 counseling as difference between is of 913 seats. Probable reason for this gap is because this year (2014) state rounds were conducted before same of All India, so more students have chosen seats which they have retained and continued. Also a significant shift in ranks had already happened in Round 1 of All India quota this year because of previous reason.

    For any doubts or to add to my opinion comment below.

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