The National Board of Examinations (NBE) releases the NEET PG Cut Off 2020. The Exam is on 5th January 2020. The Cut-Off Marks will be released in January 2020 soon after the examination. The Post Graduate Candidates who have appeared the CBT can check the Cut Off Marks here. The NEET PG Cut Off is the minimum number of marks that are set by NBE to select deserving candidates. The Cut-Off Marks will comprise the names of the candidates who have scored the Minimum Cut Off Marks of NEET PG 2020. The Cut-Off Marks will be available in percentile mode. The Marks will be stipulated after the declaration of the result. The Cut-Off Percentile will be according to the Post Graduate Medical Regulation. In this article, we have provided complete details about the NEET PG 2020 Cut-Off Marks.
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Highlights of NEET PG Cut Off 2020
- The National Board of Examinations will conduct the exam on 5th January 2020.
- The NEET PG Cut Off 2020 will be released online on January 2020.
- The National Board of Examinations is responsible for releasing the cut off of NEET PG.
- The Cut Off Marks will declare the selection of the candidates.
- The NEET PG Cut Off Mark is different for each category.
- Applicants with more than cut-off marks will be called out for counselling.
What is NEET PG Cut-Off Marks?
The Cut-Off Marks of NEET Post Graduate is the minimum marks that are set by the National Board of Examinations. Candidates scoring more than the cut-off marks will be selected for the further rounds. Whereas, the candidates who score less than the cut-off marks will not be selected for the next stage.
The significance of NEET PG Cut Off 2020
The NEET PG signifies the eligibility criteria of NEET Post Graduate Qualifying the Exam. Candidates scoring more than the cut-off marks will be called out for counselling examination.
Factors of NEET PG Cut Off 2020
The NEET PG Cut-Off 2020 depends on the following factors-
- Difficulty Level of the Examination
- Number of Applicants participating in the examination.
- Performance of the Candidates in NEET PG CBT 2020.
NEET PG Cut Off 2020 – Minimum Required Percentile
The Minimum Marks of NEET PG 2020 varies according to the categories. The Minimum Percentile for a General Candidate is 50% whereas, for a General PWD Candidate, the minimum qualifying marks is 45%. The NEET PG 2020 Percentile for Reserved Category Candidates is 40%.
NEET PG Cut-Off (In Details)
|Category||Minimum Required Percentile|
|Unreserved (UR)||50 %|
|Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)||45%|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||40%|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||40%|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||40%|
Candidates who score more than the cut-off marks will be selected for the next round which is the counselling round.
Revised NEET PG Cut Off 2020
The Revision of NEET PG Cutoff marks can take place when enough number of candidates do not qualify the exam as compared to the availability of the seats or candidates not appearing the exam. The Medical Council of India is responsible for the revision of NEET PG Cutoff marks. In the year 2019, the NEET PG Cut-Off 2019 was reduced by the 15th percentile in each category.
NEET Cut-Off Percentile 2018 and 2017
|Category||NEET PG Cutoff Percentile 2018||Cut off score out of 1200||NEET PG Cutoff Percentile 2017||Cut off score out of 1500|
|Persons with disability||45||300||45||680.0611|
Tie-Breaking Criteria of NEET PG Cut-Off 2020
If two or more candidates score the same number of marks in the examination then the tie-breaking criteria are used. The Tie-Breaking Method is used to rank the candidates who have appeared the Computer-Based Test. The Method follows a few criteria or factors to decide the ranking of the candidates.
The Criteria that are used in the Tie-Breaking Method of NEET PG Cutoff are-
Total Number of Correct Responses are counted
If a candidate has many numbers of correct answers than the other one. Then he/she gets the higher rank.
If the tie still exists, then the total percentage scores of all MBBS Professional Examinations are considered. Candidates scoring more marks in MBBS Exam gets a higher rank.
Age-Limit of the Candidate
If still, the tie exists, then the candidate older in age will be given the priority gets a rank higher than the other one.
All India Rank of NEET PG Cut Off for Top Medical Colleges
|Name of the Medical Colleges||NEET PG Closing Rank 2018||NEET 2017 Closing Rank|
|B.J Medical College, Ahmedabad||54078||14692|
|Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior||31388||21042|
|Madras Medical College, Chennai||25803||12096|
|Government Medical College, Nagpur||56855||21586|
|Maulana Azad Medical College||19902 .5||9771|
|Guntur Medical College||15275||–|
|V.M.M.C and S.J Medical College, New Delhi||35039||14491|
|Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram||27305||11319|
|Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad||30948||–|
|Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, Mumbai||47858||17731|
What After NEET PG Cut Off 2020 is released?
Once the NEET NBE PG Cut-Off is released. Candidates can check their category cut-off marks along with their eligibility in the further selection rounds. After the release of the Cut-Off Marks, a Counselling Round will be conducted for the candidates who have scored more than the cut-off marks. The Medical Counselling Committee conducts the NEET PG Counselling 2020.
The NEET PG Cut-Off 2020 will be released after the declaration of the examination. This will select the deserving candidates to get admissions in Post Graduate Courses. The NEET PG Exam will be held on January 2020.