NEET PG 2020 Highlights
- NEET PG scorecards release delayed.
- The scorecards were supposed to be released on 3rd February 2020.
- Know how to check scorecards here.
NEET PG 2020 Scorecard – As per the official website the scorecards for the EET PG 2020 exam were to be released on 03rd February 2020 but due to some issues, it was put off on the day. According to the sources, the scorecard will be available on the website through candidate login. Moreover, the candidates who are eagerly waiting for the scorecard can check it now on the official website – nbe.edu.in
However, the scorecards are available through candidate login and they can download it by using their login id and passwords. Besides, the result for NEET PG 2020 was already issued on the official website on 30th January 2020 in a PDF format.
How to Download NEET PG 2020 Scorecard?
- 1st step: Go to the official website of the National Board of Education i.e. nbe.edu.in.
- 2nd step: On the website click on the link of NEET PG 2020 present there.
- 3rd step: Now click on the login button and enter your credentials and click on the submit button.
- 4th step: After which it will redirect you to another page which will display your scorecard.
- 5th step: Download the scorecard as NEET PG will not issue any hardcopy of it.
NEET PG 2020 Counseling and other details
The counseling for NEET PG will begin in March 2020 where the council will call the candidates according to the merit list to fill in the college they wish to enter. The entire counseling process will be conducted in two shifts. In addition, the counseling for the vacant seats will be completed later in April 2020.
Further, the NBE will not issue any scorecard to the candidates they have to download them by themselves. Last week the NBE declared the result for NEET PG 2020. Besides, the exam for the same held on 5th January 2020.
The examination grant admission to the MD/MS courses in various medical colleges throughout the country. There were a total of 19953 MD seats, 10821 MS seats, and 1979 diploma seats, and 1338 DNB seats in all medical colleges of India.