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NEET PG Result

NEET PG result for 2018 are out on 23rd January, 2018. Last year, NEET PG result were declared on 13th January 2017. A week before NEET PG result, on 6th January, NEET MDS 2017 result was also declared.  Candidates can get the Result Cum Scorecard of NEET PG 2018 to check the all India rank, here . Candidates can check their NEET MDS 2018 results through online mode, here. Let’ go over the NEET PG result cut off from 2017.

There will be no provision for re-checking/re-totalling/re-evaluation of the answer sheets. Results will be valid only for one year of taking the test.

How to check your NEET PG Result 2018

Step by step process for checking your NEET PG Result:

  1. Visit the official website here.
  2. Click on NEET PG
  3. Login with your registration details
  4. Click submit
  5. Download result and score card.

NEET PG Numbers

NEET PG 2018 examination was held from 7th January . NEET PG cutoff scores are declared by NBE. The cutoff scores are the minimum marks required to qualify the entrance test. The NEET cutoff scores depends on various factors such as availability of seats, number of applications, and the difficulty level of the exam.

The following table shoes category wise cut off of NEET PG 2017. Here UR signifies Unreserved & PH means Physically Handicapped.

Category NEET PG 2017 Cut Off
UR 863.6479
UR-PH 682.3638
OBC 842.2654
OBC-PH 655.5969
SC 655.1937
SC – PH 658.5397
ST 655.1766
ST – PH 673.4360

NEET-MDS Numbers

The following table NEET MDS category-wise cut off for 2017.

Category Cut-Off
UR 766.0974
UR – PH 512.2698
OBC 759.8726
OBC-PH 501.5115
SC 654.3119
SC – PH
ST 554.5730
ST – PH

NEET was set up for the first time in 2011 but it was only in 2016 that they took a permanent shape as a unison of medical entrance examination. Inspite of many colleges agreeing to holding their entrance examination through NEET, AIIMS had refused to be a part of NEET in 2016. An AIIMS official was quoted as saying that they felt that going by CET/NEET syllabus would be lowering their examination standards. According to the Indian Medical Council Act, AIIMS is an autonomous body & can conduct their own exams. Previous to refusing to be a part of NEET UG, AIIMS had also refused to be a part of NEET PG for similar reasons.

Hope you had a great exam season so far. For more updates on NEET & other interesting reads, follow this space.

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