Cut-off for NEET-PG lowered by 15 percentile
| Education Jagat - 16 Mar 2022

The National Board of Examination (NBE) has lowered the NEET-PG cut-off by 15 percentile to fill up over 6,000 seats for postgraduate courses in medicine that remain vacant even after two rounds of counselling. The NBE conducts NEET-PG, the qualification tests for these PG courses, in the country.
 The NEET-PG cut-offs have been revised to 35 percentile for general category students, 30 percentile for persons with disability, and 25 percentile for SC, ST, or OBC candidates, according to the NBE.
For just over 42,000 PG seats across the country, around 1.5 lakh doctors apply for NEET-PG after completing their MBBS degree and a one-year mandatory internship. However, despite the number of doctors applying for PG courses being more than three times the number of seats, 6,266 seats have remained vacant for the final NEET-PG mop-up round in 2021, according to the NBE.

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