NEET PG Cut off 2019
Kritika Tyagi, 09 May 2019, #NEET PG

NEET PG Cut off 2019 – The National Board of Examinations (NBE) is the responsible body for releasing the NEET PG 2019 cut off. The authority had released the result of NEET PG 2019 on January 31. However, as per the recent notification, the Medical Council of India in consultation with the Central Government has decided to lower the NEET PG 2019 cutoff by six percentile on May 7. The Union Health Secretary, Amit Biswas has made the confirmation regarding the lowering of NEET PG qualifying percentile. Along with the cutoff percentile, NBE on May 8, 2019, has also released the NEET PG 2019 cutoff scores equivalent to the revised percentile. The cutoff for general category aspirants is 44 percentile and the corresponding marks is 313 which earlier was 340. While the lowered minimum qualifying percentile for SC/ST/OBC and PWD candidates, it is 34 and 39, respectively. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the mop-up round and stray round of NEET PG counselling 2019 on the basis of revised cutoff percentile and scores. The eligible aspirants can download the revised score card from the NBE website, when released by the authority. All the state counselling authorities has been advised to grant MD/MS admissions onb the basis of revised cutoff percentile.
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Earlier, the qualifying percentile for General category aspirants was 50 and its equivalent NEET PG cutoff scores was 340. The authority had hiked the NEET PG cutoff 2019 scores for general category by 19 marks, while for SC/ST/OBC aspirants, minimum scores has increased by 14 marks. NBE, in a recent notice, has issued the exam statistics of NEET PG 2019. Candidates can check the details in the article below.

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The result of NEET PG counselling has been announced, therefore, aspirants can check the closing NEET PG cut off rank 2019 of the top 10 PG medical institutes in India. Also, the lank rank of previous year cutoff rank is also mentioned in the table provided on this page.

The cut off of NEET PG 2019 has already been made available in percentile mode. However, the equivalent marks to the cutoff percentile is stipulated along with the declaration of result. Securing the NEET PG cut off 2019 means the candidate has qualified the exam. The candidates who clears the NEET PG exam becomes eligible to participate in the counselling process. The cut off percentile is in accordance with the Post Graduate Medical Education Regulation. Candidates can check here all the details pertaining to the NEET PG 2019 cut off.

NEET PG cut off 2019 signifies the eligibility criterion to qualify the exam and to be considered for the counselling process. It does not mean that securing the minimum required percentile will ensure a medical seat. The qualified candidates are required to participate in the counselling process at national and state level post which the admission will be taken on merit and preference basis.

Revision in NEET PG Cut off 2019

The Central Government in consultation with the Medical Council of India (MCI) has lowered the NEET PG 2019 cutoff percentile by six percentile. The Union Health Secretary, Shri Amit Biswas has confirmed to all the principal secretaries of medical education/health from all the states and union territories to lower the NEET PG qualifying percentile for the year 2019-20, for all the respective categories. The MCC will conduct their MD/MD/PG Diploma admissions through Mop-up round and stray round on the basis of NEET PG revised percentile and scores.

All the state counselling committees are also advised to grant admissions on the basis of the revised cutoff percentile. Also, NBE has been directed to furnish a revised merit list and corresponding scores for the percentile. Candidates can check the NEET PG 2019 cutoff lowered percentile as per their categories from the table below.

NEET PG lowered cutoff percentile and scores

Lowered cutoff percentile
Lowered cutoff scores
NEET PG cutoff percentile
NEET PG cutoff scores
44 percentile
50 percentile
34 percentile
40 percentile
39 percentile
45 percentile

NEET PG Cut off 2019 – Minimum Required Percentile

In order to qualify NEET PG 2019, a candidate has to score a minimum of 50th percentile if belonging to an unreserved category. Reserved category candidate or a PwD candidate belonging to a reserved category must secure a minimum of 40th percentile, while a general PwD candidate must secure at least 45th percentile to qualify the exam. The corresponding marks to the qualifying percentile depend on the number of aspirants who took the exam and the relative performance of all the test takers. The marks equivalent to NEET PG cutoff percentile is mentioned in the table below.

NEET PG 2019 Cut off

S. No.


Minimum Qualifying Percentile

NEET PG cutoff scores 2019


Unreserved (UR)

50th Percentile



Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)

45th Percentile



Scheduled Caste (SC)

40th Percentile



Scheduled Tribe (ST)

40th Percentile



Other Backward Classes (OBC)

40th Percentile




40th Percentile




40th Percentile




40th Percentile


NEET PG Cutoff Percentile - 2018, 2017

Candidates can check here the NEET PG 2019 cutoff marks equivalent to the minimum required percentile for the previous year.

NEET PG Cutoff Percentile and Score – 2018, 2017


NEET PG Cutoff Percentile 2018

Cut off score out of 1200

NEET PG Cutoff Percentile 2017

Cut off score out of 1500











Persons with disability





NEET PG 2019 – Tiebreaking Criteria

The tiebreaker criteria are used to decide the ranking of the candidates when two or more candidates score same marks in NEET PG 2019. In order to break the tie, the number of correct responses will be counted. Candidate with more number of correct responses will be considered over others to break the tie. If the tie still persists, the total percentage score of all MBBS professional examinations will be considered. Candidates who have completed primary medical qualification outside India can submit FMGE score out of 300 in place of the score of MBBS professional exams. Candidates with more marks in MBBS professional examinations/FMGE will be given preference over the ones with lower marks. If the tie still fails to break, then the candidate who is older in age will be placed at a higher position over the younger candidate.

All India Quota NEET PG Cutoff Ranks for admissions from previous years

All India Quota NEET PG cut off rank signifies the last rank which obtained admission to 50% All India Quota seats under UR, OBC, SC, ST categories. According to the previous year data, unreserved category candidates upto rank of 64205 were considered for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma seats under 50% AIQ while the NEET PG cut off rank in 2017 was 23845. The graphical representation of 50% AIQ last ranks under different categories can be checked below by the candidates in NEET PG 2018, NEET PG 2017 and AIPGMEE 2016.

AIQ NEET PG Cut off Ranks for Top 10 Medical Colleges

Name of Medical Colleges

NEET PG 2019 Closing Rank (Round one)

NEET PG 2018 Closing Rank

NEET PG 2017 Closing Rank

B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad




Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior




Madras Medical College, Chennai




Government Medical College, Nagpur




Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi


19902 .5


Guntur Medical College, Guntur




V.M.M.C. and S.J. Hospital, New Delhi




Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram




Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad




Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, Mumbai




Favourite Branch of Top 100 Rankers in NEET PG 2018

Preferred MD/MS Subjects

Number of Candidates Among Top 100

MD (General Medicine)


MD (Paediatrics)


MD (Radiodiagnosis)


MS (General Surgery)


MS (Ophthalmology)


MS (Orthopaedics)


MD (Dermatology,Venerology.& Leprosy)/ (Dermatology)/ (Skin & Venereal Diseases)/ (Venereology)


MD (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)/MS (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)


Favourite Branch of Top 100 Rankers in NEET PG 2017

Preferred MD/MS Subjects

Number of Candidates Among Top 100

MD (General Medicine)


MD (Paediatrics)


MD (Radiodiagnosis)


MS (General Surgery)


MS (Orthopaedics)


MD (Dermatology, Venerology.& Leprosy)/ (Dermatology)/ (Skin & Venereal Diseases)/ (Venereology)


MD (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)


Favourite branches of top 100 rankers in NEET PG 2018 vs. 2017

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is any minimum markes in mbbs criteria for neet pg 2020?

Aditya kumar Student Expert 15th Oct, 2019

Hello there!


You will be happy to know that there's no minimum percentage which needs to be obtained by medical graduates to be eligible for neet pg . To be eligible  for neet pg  medical graduates are required to possess Indian Medical Council Act 1956 recognised MBBS degree or Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate. Candidates are required to mandatorily have permanent or provisional registration certificate of MBBS qualification which is to be issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC) and candidate must complete their one year internship on or before March 31, 2020 to be eligible for Neet pg 2020. For more and detailed information go through

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when I open any college profile, there is written - (Exams accepted Neet UG,Neet PG. etc) what does that mean?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 15th Oct, 2019

Dear Utsav, that actually means the College in particular has MBBS, MD,MS courses and the admissions to these courses are through NEET UG, NEET PG,etc. Apart from MBBS, courses like BDS, Ayush, Veterinary sciences also conduct admissions through NEET. In some States, courses like Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy also accept NEET score. So, if you are searching for any Medical College, this information showing up is pretty normal.


How many attempts are allowed for NEET PG exams?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 14th Oct, 2019

Dear Priya, there is no upper age limit for appearing for NEET PG and also there is no cap on the number of times one can appear for NEET PG. As long as you fulfil the eligibility crtieria, you are eligible to appear for NEET PG. Having said that, with amendments to NMC Bill, in the next 3 years, NEET PG may be scrapped. Until then, NEET PG will be the entrance exam for admission to MD/MS courses. For more information on the eligibility criteria for NEET PG, please visit our page at:


When will exam forms, release??

Apoorva Student Expert 14th Oct, 2019
Hello dear student,
As you have asked about the release date of the application form for neet PG so dear student the form will come around in the first week of November and it will last till the last week of November. And it will be online mode of application form filling. In order to to fill application form to get admission in master of surgery that is MS and doctor of medicine that is MD this form is filled. I hope the above mentioned information is helpful to you.
Best wishes
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Age limit for NEET PG . i am 62 yrs . I want to do PCPNDT six month training. my mail : [email protected]

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 14th Oct, 2019

Dear Shyam, there is no upper age limit for appearing for NEET PG. You haven't mentioned your highest qualification. But for being eligible for NEET PG, you should have completed your MBBS along with 1 year mandatory rotational internship. You can check the complete eligibility criteria here:

Now regarding PCPNDT, if you are a registered practitioner, you can undertake this 6 months training. So, if you fulfil the NEET PG eligibility criteria, you can appear for NEET PG and your age shall not be any hindrance.

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