NEET PG Cutoff 2021 for All India 50% quota seats will be released after an exam. Attention It is a national level entrance test conducted by the National Board of Education (NBE). The aspirants who wish to appear for NEET PG 2021 need to register for the entrance exam online at the Official Website.
NEET exam is the only gateway for admissions into medical & dental PG courses offered by various government and private medical colleges. Throughout this article, we will discuss the NEET PG 2021 Cutoff. Get updated information about NEET PG 2021 Expected and Previous Year Cutoff.
Latest Update: Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) released the NEET PG Mop-Up Round Counselling 2021 Revised Schedule at mcc.nic.in; See the schedule here.
1. NEET 2021 Useful Resources
2. Quick Facts
3. Important Dates
4. NEET PG 2020 Cut Off (Declared)
5. Contact Details
6. Frequently Asked Question
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NEET PG 2021 Revised Cutoff (Out)
CRITERIA AS PER
|CUTOFF SCORE AS|
|General (UR/EWS||50th Percentile||302||35th Percentile||247|
|SC/ST/OBC||40th Percentile||265||25th Percentile||210|
|UR-PWD||45th Percentile||283||30th Percentile||229|
1. NBEMS announced the NEET-PG 2021 results on October 1, 2021. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s letter F..No.U.12021/21/2022-MEC dated March 12, 2022, the minimum qualifying percentiles have been reduced as follows.
2. Candidature is only provisional and is contingent on meeting the eligibility criteria outlined in the NEET-PG 2021 Information Bulletin.
3. It should be noted that the NEET-PG 2021 Rank has not changed.
NEET PG 2021 Cutoff (Declared)
The NEET PG 2021 cut off is the minimum marks that are needed to score to qualify for the exam by the candidates. National Board of Examination declares the cutoff of NEET PG 2021. The cutoff score will depend on various factors like the exam’s difficulty level, the number of applicants, and the availability of seats, among others. The merit list will have only those candidates who will qualify according to NEET PG Cutoff 2021.
NEET PG Cut off 2021 (Announced)
|Categories||Cut off percentile||Cutoff marks|
Revised NEET PG 2020 cutoff
National Board of Examination (NBE) had released the revised cut off for NEET PG admission to MD, MS and PG Diploma courses. The revised NEET PG Cut-off is given below.
|Category||Old cutoff percentile||Old Cutoff score (out of 1200)||Revised cutoff percentile||Revised Cutoff (out of 1200)|
|General and EWS||50th percentile||366||30th percentile||Coming soon|
|SC/ST/OBC||40th percentile||319||20th percentile||Coming soon|
|General and EWS – PH||45th percentile||342||25th percentile||Coming soon|
|SC/ST/OBC – PH||40th percentile||319||20th percentile||Coming soon|
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The Qualifying criteria for NEET PG 2020 are as follows:
|SC/ST/OBC (including PWD of SC/ST/OBC)||40th percentile|
|UR PWD/General-PH||45th percentile|
NEET PG Cutoff 2020 Factors
The factors determining the cutoff of NEET PG 2020 has been mentioned below:
- Number of candidates appearing for the test
- The difficulty level of exam
- Seat availability
NEET PG Cut off Comparison 2020, 2019
|Category||NEET PG cut off percentile (2020)||Cutoff scores (2020)||Cutoff scores (2019)|
|General Category (UR/EWS)||50th||366||340|
|SC/ST/OBC (Including PWD of SC/ST/OBC)||40th||319||295|
Previous Year Cutoff (2019)
Here we have mentioned the previous year qualifying cutoff for the NEET PG examination:
For All India Rank
|Category||Qualifying Eligibility||Cut-off Marks (Out of 1500)|
|Persons with Disability||45% Percentile||680.0611|
For All India 50% Quota Seats:
|UR (Unreserved Category)||863.6479|
|UR PH (Unreserved category physically handicapped)||682.3638|
|OBC (Other Backward Classes)||842.2654|
|OBC PH (Other Backward Classes Physically handicapped)||655.5969|
|SC (Scheduled Caste)||655.1937|
|SC PH (Scheduled Tribe physically handicapped)||658.5397|
|ST (Scheduled Tribe)||655.1766|
|ST PH (Scheduled Tribe Physically Handicapped)||673.4360|
50% AIQ Cut off 2019, 2018 of Top Medical Colleges
|Medical colleges||NEET PG 2019 closing rank||NEET PG 2018 closing rank|
|B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad||69516||54078|
|Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior||69833||31388|
|Madras Medical College, Madras||28039||25803|
|Government Medical College, Nagpur||62706||56855|
|Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi||70556||19902|
|Guntur Medical College, Guntur||56400||15275|
|VMMC and SJ Hospital, New Delhi||30525||35039|
|Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram||21555||27305|
|Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad||20984||30948|
|Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, Mumbai||62358||47858|
The Admission Seekers applying for NEET PG are advised to check these necessary Instruction Related to NEET PG 2021 Cutoff.
- The NEET 2021 Cutoff will be based on various parameters like numbers of appearing candidates, total numbers of seats, the difficulty level of the examination, and last year admission record.
- The Cutoff marks will be announced to only those candidates who qualify for the NEET PG 2021 examination.
- The Admission Seekers who will secure the highest mark will get the top rank, whereas, the candidates with low marks will be allotted the most down position.
- The Selection Board of NTA (National Testing Agency) will not announce the Minimum Cutoff Marks for a specified Branch or College.
- Test-taking Agency will announce the opening/first rank and closing/last rank for different Medical Colleges.
- The closing/last rank for a particular college will be based on the total number of seats in a college with the total number of candidates appeared in NEET PG 2021 Counselling.
- Admission Seekers are advised to fill their preferences in counselling according to their merit in the entrance examination.
In the case of two or more candidates obtaining equal marks in the NEET PG 2021 merit list, the conducting authority will use the tie-breaking procedure specified below.
- Candidate with a lesser number of wrong answers in all Part A+B+C will be placed at the better position in NEET PG rank list.
- Candidates with higher marks in Part C will be considered at better rank.
- The lesser number of incorrect responses in Part C will be awarded the higher rank.
- Candidates obtaining higher marks in Part B of the exam will be considered first.
- Medical graduates with lesser number of Part B answers will be allotted better rank.
- The number of higher marks in Part A of a candidate will be eligible to be ranked at a higher position.
- Lesser number of negative responses in Part A by an aspirant will lead him/her to a better merit position.
- Lastly, the candidate’s age will be considered, and the elder will be awarded a higher rank.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)
A: It is a computer-based mode for admission to 10, 821 MS seats, 19,953 MD seats, and 1, 979 PG Diploma seats. NEET PG scores are accepted by top colleges and universities of the country. Earlier, the exam was to occur on 10th Jan 2021, but NBE will now conduct the same on 11 September 2021.
A: Please note that you will be asked to fill in some of the information (we are not showing it here for security reasons) that you have given on your application form, admit card of examination during online registration and provided by the examination conducting agency, therefore keep a copy of your application form and admit cards ready for reference.
A: NEET PG exam is conducted for 10,821 MS seats, 19,953 MD seats, and 1,979 PG Diploma seats offered by various medical colleges in India.
A: However, it becomes mandatory for doctors to hold a PG degree in medicine to be successful in their respective fields. The following are the major PG courses in medicine that require a NEET-PG score and have scope and demand: Doctor of Medicine (MD) Doctor of Surgery (MS).
A. NBE has not put a limit to the number of attempts permitted for NEET PG. Thus, a candidate can appear for the examination as many times are required to get admission to the desired course/institute.