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NEET PG Cut Off 2021, Category Wise Cut off, Previous Year's Cut off & Percentile

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Bhavya Rawal

Study Abroad Expert | Updated On - Jun 17, 2021

NEET PG 2021 Cut Off will be released by NBE once the exam is conducted and the results are out. The minimum qualifying NEET PG percentile is 50, 45 & 40 for GN, GN-PWD & SC/ST/OBC/PWD categories respectively. However, last year NEET PG cut off has been reduced by 20 percentile for all the categories. 

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NEET PG Latest updates:

  • April 22 : NBE will release Cutoff after the exams been conducted.
  • April 15 : NEET PG Exam has been postponed untill further notice in view of the rising Covid-19 cases.
  • Feb 23 : Registration date for NEET PG is from Feb 23, 2021 till March 15, 2021.

A candidate who fails to secure the minimum marks required to clear the examination will not be eligible to attend the NEET PG 2021 counseling. The admission will be done strictly on the basis of merit rank, preferences of colleges as well as courses, seat availability, and reservation criteria. The standard percentile and cut off for NEET PG set by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) is mentioned in the tables below. 

NEET PG Cut off 2020

NEET PG Cut Off 2020 (Revised)

Category

Cut off percentile (Revised)

Cut off marks (Revised)

General

30

275

PWD

25

252

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

20

230

NEET PG Cut off 2020 (Original)

The original NEET PG cut off 2020 was released on January 30. It was later revised owing to the shortage of qualified candidates for admission to MD/MS/Diploma/DNB courses. 

Category

Cut off percentile

Cut off marks

General

50

366

GN-PWD

45

342

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

40

319

NEET PG Cut off 2019

NEET PG Cut Off 2019 (Revised)

Category

Cut off percentile

Cut off marks (out of 1200)

General

44

313

PWD

39

291

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

34

270

NEET PG Cut Off 2019 (Original)

Category

Cut off percentile

Cut off marks (out of 1200)

General

50

340

PWD

45

317

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

40

295

NEET PG 50% AIQ Cut off

NEET PG Top Medical Colleges 50% AIQ cut off

Name of Medical colleges NEET PG closing rank 2019 NEET PG closing rank 2018
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
NEET PG Course Wise Cut off

NEET PG 2019 Cut off Specialty Wise

Apart from the general admission cut-offs, candidates seeking MD / MS courses can also look for a specialty-wise NEET PG cut-off. Applicants can refer to the table below to read about the specialty-wise cut-off for various disciplines last year.

NEET PG 2019 specialty-wise Cut off

MD/MS Specialities

AIQ Cut off rank

Radiodiagnosis

2403

Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy

2763

Pediatrics

4438

General Medicine

4632

Orthopedics

5759

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

8141

General Surgery

8222

NEET PG Cut off 2018

NEET PG Cut Off 2018 (Revised)

Category

Cut off percentile

Cut off marks (out of 1200)

General

35

262

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

25

225

PWD

30

244

NEET PG Cut Off 2018 (Original)

Category

Cut off percentile

Cut off marks (out of 1200)

General

50

321

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

40

281

PWD

45

300

NEET PG Cut off 2017

NEET PG Cut Off 2017 (Revised)

Category

Cut off percentile

Cut off marks (out of 1200)

General

42.50

667.4111

PWD

37.50

643.1009

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

32.50

618.8969

NEET PG Cut Off 2017 (Original)

Category

Cut off percentile

Cut off marks (out of 1200)

General

50

705.9194

PWD

45

680.0611

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

40

655.1766

NEET PG 2021 Cut off Tie-breaker

In case of two or more candidates securing equal marks in NEET PG 2021 merit list, the conducting authority will use the tie-breaking procedure as mentioned below.

  • Applicants with less number of incorrect answers in Part A+B+C will be put in a better position in the NEET PG rank list. 

  • Applicants with higher marks in Part C would be considered to be in a better category. 

  • The lower number of incorrect answers in Part C will be given the higher rating. 

  • Applicants who receive higher marks in Part B of the exam will be considered first. 

  • Medical graduates with a lower number of Part B responses will be granted a higher rank.

  • Higher marks in Part A of a candidate will be eligible to be ranked at a higher position.

  • A lesser number of negative responses in Part A by an aspirant will lead him/her to a better merit position.

  • Lastly, the age of the candidate will be considered and the elder one will be awarded at a higher rank.

Factors Determining NEET PG Cut off 

  • Number of candidates appearing for NEET PG exam
  • Total number of seats available
  • The difficulty level of the examination
  • Previous years’ Cut offs

NBE releases the first cut-offs with the results of NEET PG. Only those applicants who qualify for the exam will be qualified for the counseling process. However, if the number of candidates qualified for the examination is less than three times the number of seats, NBE will revise the cut-off percentile. The original and revised NEET PG cut-off is provided for reference below.

NEET PG Cut off 2021 FAQS

Ques. What was the highest score in NEET PG 2019?

Ans. The topper of NEET PG 2019, Ashraf M Kesarani, had scored 1006 marks. This was the highest score in NEET PG 2019.

Ques. Will the NEET PG 2021 Cut off be revised?

Ans. The Cut off for NEET PG 2021 can be revised if the number of candidates eligible for the counseling process is not enough. NBE had revised the cut off for NEET PG 2021, the qualifying percentile was lowered by the 20th percentile.

Ques. What score is required to get admission into a government college?

Ans. If a candidate secures 900+ marks in NEET PG 2021, he/she can expect to get admission to a government college.

Ques. What are the qualifying marks for NEET PG 2021?

Ans. The qualifying marks also called qualifying cut-off for NEET PG 2021 will be released along with the result. The qualifying cut-off for the general category candidates, last year, was 275 marks or above.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.

NEET PG 2021 : 3 answered questions

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Ques. How should someone prepare for NEET-PG/AIIMS-PG/JIPMER-PG/PGIMER/SGPGIMS/NIMHANS right from 1st year of MBBS?

● Top Answer By Sonal Saini on 08 Jan 21

Ans. One of my friends faced the same situation in his first year in MBBS and never found a solution. However, you will find the answer by the time you come in 3rd-year. The following table provides some recent information about the availability of seats in PG. Total number of MD + MS + Diploma seats in India 28,715 Total number of MD+ MS+ Diploma government seats. 18,657 Number of Government qualified PG institutes in India 64 Key highlights: The first task is to build the concepts and not get puzzled by everything. Those concepts will have to be applied to answer MCQs in the PG entrance exams. The topics which are in high demand must be given prime priority. A priority list can be made by going through the previous year's papers and sorting out the necessary topics. Understanding the format of the exam is utterly necessary and is the key to crack it. While solving a question, you must apply knowledge from two or more subjects. All dissection, physiology, and biochemistry practical classes are very essential and the student should attend them. Those even help in pathology in the upcoming years of study. If necessary, the candidate can think of taking a coaching class from the 3rd year of MBBS for PG entrances. It is not usually preferred to opt for in the early years. Finally, the student should work as planned throughout the preparation. Having a passion for medical knowledge plays an important role to convert the hard-work into success.Read more
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Ques. Can someone simultaneously prepare for both AIIMS PG and NEET PG?

● Top Answer By Kaushal Sharma on 08 Jan 21

Ans. Yes, it is absolutely possible for someone to prepare for both AIIMS PG and NEET PG simultaneously. For that, there are a few points to consider which are stated below. The following table states the recent seat count available from NEET PG and AIIMS PG. Total Number of MD + MS + Diploma seats under NEET PG (Government + Private) 27,979 Total Number of MD+ MS+ Diploma Government seats under NEET PG 17,921 Total Number of MD + MS seats under AIIMS PG 680 Points to consider: AIIMS PG entrance takes place in November, whereas the NEET PG entrance is in January. So, it’s very natural to get tired after appearing in AIIMS if the candidate has high hopes for AIIMS. Therefore, it’s better to take a break for at least a week or until the result comes, after which the candidate is sure about whether to prepare for NEET PG or not. The syllabus and pattern for both AIIMS and NEET PG are the same. So, it will become easy for candidates to cover the entire course and practice accordingly. The syllabus should be covered subject-wise and as planned in one’s own strategy. After AIIMS is over, try to practice NEET PG mock tests in order to understand the pattern. You must focus more on the core knowledge and a brief overview of the updates would be enough. Do not feel stressed if you haven’t cleared AIIMS PG. You can give your best shot in NEET in a month's time and full-focus can do well. Having a similar structure and syllabus, both exams have a common way of preparation which needs to be covered at an early stage and the advanced preparation following it. So, simultaneous preparation is always possible.Read more
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Ques. How much Hard is to get an MD/MS seat through NEET PG or AIIMS PG?

● Top Answer By Sahil Khurana on 08 Jan 21

Ans. To be very honest, to get an MD/MS seat through NEET PG or AIIMS PG is not an impossible task. It requires a lot of focus, dedication, and appropriate preparation. The table below will give some recent insights about NEET PG and AIIMS PG. Total Number of MD + MS + Diploma seats under NEET PG (Government + Private) 27,979 Total Number of MD+ MS+ Diploma Government seats under NEET PG 17,921 Total Number of MD + MS seats under AIIMS PG 680 Number of candidates registered for NEET PG (2020) 1,67,102 Number of candidates qualified NEET PG (2020) 89,549 Number of candidates registered for AIIMS PG (2020) 30,000 (approx.) Key highlights: The main thing to keep in mind is that ‘Focus and Dedication’ make everything sorted. You must focus on proper preparation from the 1st year of MBBS. You will be required to do an internship after 4 years of MBBS. The time spent during the internship can be used in preparation for NEET PG or AIIMS PG.  For some candidates, taking a drop of a year for preparation suits best. While for the rest, preparation along with internship and regular practice is enough. It is very difficult to manage all subjects in a short period of time. The syllabus for the exam is also not fixed. Getting a seat in AIIMS PG is definitely a more difficult option than in NEET PG. For candidates having full faith, they should have a more refined and clear in-depth concept for the exams. If you are dedicated from the beginning, it is very easy to secure a seat through any entrance exam. Having a proper strategy from the initial days is the key to success in every competitive stage.Read more
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