PGIMER Cut off 2018: Candidates are required to score equivalent to percentile cutoff of PGIMER 2018 to secure admissions to the Post Graduate Insitute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh. The PGIMER 2018 Cutoff is the minimum qualifying percentile which candidates will have to obtain in accordance with their category PGIMER 2018 cutoff to become eligible for the seats on offer. Considering percentile as cutoff factor accounts many factors like the number of seats, the number of applicants and difficulty level of the PGIMER entrance exam into the determination of qualified candidates amongst all the candidates who appear for the exam.
According to PGIMER Chandigarh, the PGIMER 2018 cutoff percentile for candidates appearing for PGIMER 2018 and belonging to open and sponsored/deputy categories is 55th percentile. The PGIMER cut off percentile for candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes (OBC), Orthopedic Physically Handicapped (OPH), Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), rural areas and foreign national candidates is 50th percentile. For Bhutanese candidates appearing in PGIMER 2018, the cut off percentile is 45th percentile Only candidates clearing the given cutoff of PGIMER 2018 in their respective categories will be invited for PGIMER 2018 Counselling.
All the important details of PGIMER 2018 Cut Off can be seen by candidates below.
PGIMER 2018 Cut off
Open (General) and Sponsored/Deputy
OBC, OPH, SC, ST, Rural Areas, Foreign Nationals
PGIMER Result 2018
The result of PGIMER 2018 will be declared within 24 hours of the examination, i.e. May 14, 2018. Through PGIMER 2018 result candidates will be able to check their qualifying status. The PGIMER Cutoff marks will be released soon after the result is declared and only those candidates whose results come in accordance with the specified PGIMER cutoff 2018, they will be invited for PGIMER 2018 Counselling.
Inter-se-merit of PGIMER 2018
If as per the PGIMER 2018 result, two or more candidates obtain equal scores, the inter-se-merit procedure to determine which rank the should be given in the merit list:
A candidate who would have obtained a higher aggregate in their MBBS qualifying examination will be placed higher in the order of merit compared to others.
If MBBS aggregate marks are also the same, then the tie between candidates will be resolved by considering age factor. The candidate who would be older in age will be placed higher in the order of merit.
Score Calculation Method of PGIMER 2018
The PGIMER 2018 question paper will comprise 250 questions. Each question will have five responses out of which the candidates will have to choose the correct one/s. This means that there will be a total of 1250 response options, with one or more options being correct in a single question. Therefore, the total of correct responses in the paper (say a) and the total of incorrect responses (b) will tally to 1250 (as in a + b = 1250). Final scoring will be done through a customized software which will match the candidates’ correct responses or those left blank to each of the 1250 possible responses which are correct. Some of these questions are truly correct (say x) while the remaining are wrongly marked as incorrect (say y). The scoring is done through customized software that matches the candidates’ responses to each of the 1250 possible responses (marked as correct or left blank) with the true answer (correct or incorrect). True correct responses, which are when candidates correctly mark a response as true, are scored positively, and incorrect responses, which are when candidates mark an incorrect response as correct, are scored negatively. Responses not marked by the candidates are not scored. The percentage score of the candidate is computed using the formula: Percentage score = [x/a–y/b] Ã—100.
As an example, one can assume that the question paper will have 600 correct responses. If a candidate marks 580 responses as correct, out of which 450 are truly correct and the remaining 130 are incorrect, then a = 600, b = 650, x = 450 and y = 130. Accordingly, for this candidate, percentage score is: [(450/600) – (130/650)] Ã— 100 = 55.0.
PGIMER is a national level examination offering admissions to 196 seats across 20 Master of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) programmes. PGIMER 2018 exam for July 2018 session will be conducted on May 13, 2018. Candidates will be able to check the PGIMER Cut Off and Result within 24 hours of the exam being conducted, i.e. on May 14, 2018.