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The NEET PG Cut Off for 2021 has been updated. For all categories, the NBE has lowered the cutoff by 15%. As a result, the amended NEET PG Cut off 2021 for General, SC/ST/OBC, and UR-PwD categories are 247, 210, and 229, respectively. Meanwhile, the revised qualifying NEET PG percentiles for GN, GN-PWD, and SC/ST/OBC/PWD categories are 35, 30 & 25 for GN, GN-PWD, and SC/ST/OBC/PWD, respectively. A candidate who does not achieve the minimal passing score would be ineligible to participate in NEET PG 2021 counselling.
The admissions process will be strictly based on the NEET PG merit rank, college and course preferences, seat availability, and reservation requirements. Candidates for admission to B.J. Medical College in Ahmedabad can expect a closing rank of over 69000.
To be eligible for the admission procedure, you must meet the qualifying cutoff. In the table below, the qualifying percentile as well as the NEET PG Cut off for 2022 have been updated:
|Category||NEET PG Qualifying Percentile||NEET PG Cut off Scores (Out of 800)|
|Unreserved (UR)||35th percentile||247|
|Unreserved - PH (UR-PH)||30th percentile||229|
|SC/ST/OBC - PH||25th percentile||210|
|Medical colleges||GN Category CR||SC Category CR||ST Category CR|
|Lady Hardinge Medical College||67202||55820||55151|
|University College Of Medical Sciences College||70452||81409||84772|
|B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad||70491||89729||85506|
|Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior||76433||93737||68552|
|Madras Medical College, Madras||41684||49490||89618|
|Government Medical College, Nagpur||67779||73011||81844|
|Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi||72650||65218||79430|
|Guntur Medical College, Guntur||48030||61137||73815|
|VMMC and SJ Hospital, New Delhi||74567||83539||77493|
|Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad||40403||51280||-|
|Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, Mumbai||62997||51280||77150|
|Category||Cut off percentile (Revised)||Cut off marks (Revised)|
On January 30, the original NEET PG cutoff 2020 was revealed. Due to a shortage of eligible individuals for admission to MD/MS/Diploma/DNB programmes, it was later changed.
|Category||Cut off percentile||Cut off marks|
The cut-off for NEET PG in 2022 will be determined by the following factors:
Each of the participating institutes has a different cut-off for the NEET PG Exam. Candidates should visit the NBE's official website for the most up-to-date information on its cut-offs and merit lists. The Examination Authority does not publish cut-offs along with NEET PG results.
In the event that two or more applicants score the same in the NEET PG 2022 exam, the exam conducting authorities will employ tie-breaking criteria to determine who would receive the better rank. The following are the tie-breaking criteria:
According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), Government of India letter F.No.V.110125/5/2009-ME (P-I) dated 7th May 2019, the NEET PG cut-off for the year 2019 has been decreased. The updated NEET PG 2019 cut off is as follows:
|NEET PG 2019 revised cut off Percentile category-wise|
|Category||Cut Off Percentile||Cut Off Score out of 1200||Revised Cut Off Percentile||Revised Cut Off Score out of 1200|
|Persons with Disability||45||317||39||291|
In the table below, the minimal cutoff percentile for the NEET PG 2018 Exam is shown by category.
|NEET PG 2018 cut off Percentile category-wise|
|Category||Cut Off Percentile||Cut Off Score Out of 1200||NEET PG Cut Off 2018 Revised Percentile||NEET PG Cut Off 2018 Revised Cut Off Score out of 1200|
|Persons with Disability||45||300||37.50||244|
In the table below, the minimal cut-off percentile for the NEET PG 2017 Exam is shown by category.
|NEET PG 2017 cut off Percentile category-wise|
|Category||Cut Off Percentile||Cut Off Score Out of 1500||Revised Cut Off Percentile||Revised Cut Off Score out of 1500|
|Persons with Disability||45||680.06||42.50||667.4111|
Candidates who achieve a score equal to or higher than the NEET PG cut off will have their names included in the MCC's merit list. All institutes that accept NEET PG results for admissions will receive the candidate's merit list and details. Candidates will be notified of this and will be invited to apply for admission to the 50% AIQ seats, as well as places in all regional and central universities, ESICs, and AFMC institutes. Candidates must register to participate in the counselling process. When registering for counselling, they must specify the course and institute of their choice.