NEET-PG 2019 cut-off reduced by 6%; Check revised result

NEET-PG 2019 result was earlier declared on 20th January.

There are a little amendments done in the NEET-PG 2019. The cut-off for all the categories have been reduced with 6%.

The decision has been taken by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Department along with Medical Council of India (MCI) to provide a relief to the NEET-PG candidates.

New cut-off is as per following:

  • General category- 44%
  • Persons with Disabilities (PWD) category- 39%
  • SC/ST/OBC category– 34%

Earlier cut-off

  • General category- 50%
  • Persons with Disabilities (PWD) category- 45%
  • SC/ST/OBC category- 40%

The revised result is available online and has been released on the official website of National Board of Examination

Candidates can check the result immediately. Earlier the result of NEET-PG 2019 was declared on 31st January, 2019.

It should be noted that the candidates, who will be securing the exact or above percentile will only be eligible to take admission in Indian Medical Colleges to pursue Post-Graduation courses.

The NEET-PG exam of this year was held on 6th Jan, 2019 across India.


National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) is the only national level medical entrance exam. It is conducted by NTA to grant admission to students in various programmes like MBBS, BDS and Ayush courses offered by All India Medical colleges.

In order to pursue post graduation courses in medical field the students have to clear NEET-PG, which is conducted by Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) and the candidates willing to pursue medical courses abroad are required to clear NEET-UG, which is conducted by National Testing Agceny (NTA).

NEET-UG 2019 was conducted on May 5th this year. The answer keys for the same are expected to be released in the end week of May and the result date declaration have not been done yet.

Though, in the wake of Cyclone Fani the exam for Odisha candidates is postponed for May 20, 2019.



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