Every year National Board of Education (NBE) conducts NEET-PG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Post Graduate) and NEET MDS (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Master of Dental Surgery) exam. NEET PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination which is conducted for those candidates who want to take admission in MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma courses. Numerous medical colleges consider the NEET PG scorecard for providing admissions to their campuses. Through written examination, aspirants can get admission in most prestigious private and government medical colleges of India.
NEET PG is a national level examination. This year the exam was organized on Sunday, 6 Jan 2020 and the NEET PG Result 2020 along with the ranks of the candidates who appeared for the examination is expected to be declared today i.e. Thursday, 31 Jan 2020 respectively. Aspirants can check the result on NBE official website www.nbe.edu.in or www.natboard.edu.in. The authority will release the result in pdf format in which the name of qualified candidates along with category, score (out of 1500) and result status (qualified and not qualified) will be mentioned.
This year NEET-PG 2020 exam was held in 165 cities in which 1,48,000 candidates appeared. The examination was conducted on the computer-based platform in a single session. Qualified candidates will be issued a unique All India NEET PG rank in the top to bottom of their scores. NEET PG Rank Card will be available in February 2020.
Steps to check NEET PG Result 2020:
1- Go to the official website of NBE i.e. www.nbe.edu.in or www.natboard.edu.in
2- The home page will be displayed on your screen, then click on the ‘NEET PG Result 2020’.
3- Now enter all the credentials information i.e. (ID and date of birth)
4- Click on the submit button to generate the result.
5- A pdf file will generate on the computer screen.
6- Check your result status along with obtained marks.
7- Download the result for further references.
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NEET PG Counselling 2020:
After the declaration of result, the counselling process will commence. Counselling for All India 50% quota seats and State quota seats will be conducted separately. The information for counselling on All India quota seats will be released on the NBE website only, while information for counselling on State quota seats will be issued by respective state authorities.
NEET PG Cut Off 2020:
The cutoff score will be issued along with the result declaration. It will be published in online mode. Cut off is the qualifying marks which applicants have to score to get admission into PG courses.
In order to get admission into PG medical courses, applicants have to secure at least 50% (for GEN), 45% (for GEN-PH) & 40% (for SC/ST/OBC/SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH).