Apr 28, 2018
The government on Friday decided to reduce the cut-off percentile for PG medical seats by 15 percent after receiving complaints from a large number of medical colleges that thousands of seats are still vacant due to high qualifying percentile. In accordance with the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India notification no. V.11025/05/2017- MEP dated 27th April 2018, the minimum qualifying percentile has been revised for NEET-PG 2018 as follows:
|Category||Eligibility Criteria as per Information Bulletin||Cut off score (out of 1200)||Revised Eligibility Criteria for NEET-PG 2018 as per directions of MoFHW||Revised Cut off score (out of 1200)|
|General||50th percentile||321||35th percentile||262|
|SC/ST/OBC||40th percentile||281||25th percentile||225|
|PWD||45th percentile||300||30th percentile||244|
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