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NEET PG 2021 cut-off released: National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the NEET PG 2021 cut-off. NEET PG cut-off is the minimum qualifying percentile that must be secured by the candidate to pass the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Postgraduate) entrance exam. Candidates who will be able to score equal to or above the qualifying cut-off will be eligible to fix their seats for admissions.
The NEET PG cut-off varies according to the category. As for general candidates, the NEET PG qualifying percentile is 50th, while for SC/ST/OBC is 40th percentile. Here, it means that a general category candidate should secure the 50th percentile to pass the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Postgraduate) entrance exam. And a candidate belonging from SC/ST/OBC category should secure the 40th percentile for the same.
NEET PG 2021 cut off percentile (2021 cut-off scores are yet to be announced)
- Unreserved (UR) – 50th percentile
- SC/ST/OBC – 40th percentile
- Unreserved – PH (UR-PH) – 45th percentile
- SC/ST/OBC – PH – 40th percentile
Types of NEET PG 2021 Cut-off :
The cut-off of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Postgraduate) 2021 will be considered for admission to the below-mentioned postgraduate medical seats:
- 50% of All India Quota seats (excluding former Jammu & Kashmir state)
- 50% of State Quota seats (including state of Jammu and Kashmir)
On what basis NEET PG cut-off is set?
- Number of candidates appearing for the exam
- Number of seats available
- Previous years cut-off shift
- The difficulty level of the exam
Tiebreaker of NEET PG Cut-off 2021:
For 2021, NEET PG cut-off tiebreaker is set in case of candidates securing equal marks in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Postgraduate) merit list. The National Board of Examinations has changed the tie-breaking process to calculate NEET PG 2021 cut-off. In any case, if two or more candidates secure equal marks in the NEET PG merit list, NBE will use NEET MD/MS tie-breaking process as mentioned below.
NEET MD/MS tie-breaking process:
- Greater number of correct responses – Candidates getting a greater number of correct responses will be placed higher in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Postgraduate) merit list.
- Lesser number of negative responses – If the above process cannot set the tie and the tie still exists, candidates with a lesser number of negative answers will be allotted above rank than others.
- Age – If all through these steps the tie even exists, the older (more age) candidate will be given first preference and will be allotted above rank.
- Higher aggregate marks in MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) – Candidates securing higher aggregate marks (in percentage) in all Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery professional examinations will be considered first in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Postgraduate) merit list 2021.
Ranking from previous year cut-offs, the basis of the present year cut-offs are finalized. Candidates wanting to pass the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Postgraduate) entrance exam should be checking this trend time-to-time. Concerning the previous year, NEET PG cut-offs for the general category in 2020 was 366 and for the SC/ST/OBC it was 319.