KEA extends mop-up round for UG-NEET 

If a student is allotted a seat in the mop-up round, it will be final and the earlier allotted seat will be cancelled, according to KEA.
Image used for representational purpose only. (Express IIlustration)
Image used for representational purpose only. (Express IIlustration)

BENGALURU:  The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) on Thursday announced that candidates who have already been allotted medical undergraduate seats can also participate in the medical mop-up round along with the unallotted candidates.

S Ramya, Executive Director, KEA stated that the decision has been taken in consideration of 482 ‘P’ (Private) seats and 37 ‘G’ (Government) undergraduate medical seats being vacant due to non-payment of fees. Students who have been allotted medical seats and reported to the colleges in the first two rounds of UG NEET- 2023 and candidates who have been allotted seats in UG NEET- 2023, but have not paid fees or reported to the colleges can participate in the mop-up.

If a student is allotted a seat in the mop-up round, it will be final and the earlier allotted seat will be cancelled, according to KEA. All candidates interested in participating in the mop-up round will have to pay a caution deposit. 
 

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