NEET-PG Revised Cutoff Announced, New Percentile for All Categories

New Delhi, 15 March 2022 – The revised cutoff for the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test Post Graduate 2022 (NEET-PG 2022) has been announced by the National Board of Education (NBE). The cutoff has been reduced by 15% for all categories and candidates can cross-check their scores with the new cutoff to find whether they qualify for NEET-PG counselling.ย 

The decision to reduce the cutoff has been made by NBE since 8000 post graduate medical seats have been vacant even after two all-India counselling rounds and two state quota rounds. This reduction in cutoff will now allow 25,000 candidates to participate in the mop-up round of NEET-PG counselling.ย 

Candidates who have earlier appeared in the NEET-PG exam but did not pass the cutoff can now check the revised cut-off and qualifying marks either here or on the official website. That being said, the rank secured by candidates in the NEET-PG exam on the basis of their marks shall remain unchanged.

NEET-PG Original Cutoff and Qualifying Marks

For general category:

  • Original cutoff marks – 302
  • Original qualifying marks – 50th percentile

For scheduled caste (SC) and scheduled tribe (ST) categories:

  • Original cutoff marks – 265
  • Original qualifying marks – 40th percentile

For person with disability (PwD) category:

  • Original cutoff marks – 283
  • Original qualifying marks – 45th percentile

NEET-PG Revised Cutoff and Qualifying Marks

For general category:

  • Revised cutoff marks – 247
  • Revised qualifying marks – 35th percentile

For scheduled caste (SC) and scheduled tribe (ST) categories:

  • Revised cutoff marks – 210
  • Revised qualifying marks – 25th percentile

For person with disability (PwD) category:

  • Revised cutoff marks – 229
  • Revised qualifying marks – 30th percentile

Candidates Advised to Cross Check NEET-PG Scores with Revised Cutoff

The NBE has advised all candidates – who have participated in the NEET post graduate exam – to cross-compare their scored marks with the revised cutoff and know their status of selection in the examination as per the revised result. The candidates who qualify the exam as per the revised cutoff will be eligible to appear in the next counselling round to secure admission in medical courses across the country.

Note: Nearly 8000 medical seats are still vacant, which will be filled through the next (mop-up) round of counselling.

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