This year, NEET PG saw a staggering 148713 number of registrations. The results for the examination came out on February 6th, 2019 while the scorecards were available on March 26th on the official website. The exam was held on the 6th of January 2019. The original results had a qualification cut-off of 50 percentile for general students, 40 percentile for SC/ST/OBC students and 45 percentile for PWD students. The revised merit list was then released on May 8 for 50% AQI. The cut-offs have been lowered to 44 percentile for general category aspirants, 34 percentile for SC/ST/OBC and 39 percentile for the PwD students. The National Board of Examinations has released revised scorecards on their website again as well. The link provided above will lead you to the rank list, where you can find your rank out and then predict and choose your college.
How to check your result?
The result in the form of a rank or merit list is published on the website. To check yours, you have to submit your information and then receive your rank on the website. The results are available in a pdf form as given in the link above.
How to check download NEET PG Score Card?
Go to the link given below and follow along. You will be asked to enter some details about yourself and where you gave the test, after which your personal scorecard will be displayed. You should download the Score Card for future admission purposes and keep it safe, it is a very important document for admission.
You can find your scorecard here: https://cdn3.digialm.com/EForms/configuredHtml/1815/57907/login.html
NEET PG Counselling:
The NBE conducted NEET-PG counseling in 2 rounds and an additional mop-up round. They reduced the cut-off marks and percentile in the mop-up round on May 10th.
The first round registration for choice filling started from 15th march to the 24th. The payment window was then opened and choice filling began on 9th April 2019. The first round of seat allotment was displayed on 27th March after which students were given time to go and register at respective colleges. The second round of registration started on 9th itself and the result was displayed on 11th April. The first mop-up result came in on 19 May 2019 and then transferring of vacant seats to Deemed/ Central Universities/ESIC took place. Then the stray vacancy round took place from 2 to 31st May.
After counseling the student needs to download and print the allotment letter and the required documents and report to the university to book the seat and final admission.
NEET PG Documents required for Admission:
The following documents are needed for admission in any university through NEET PG counseling:
- Result/Rank Letter
- Admit Card
- MBBS Mark Sheets, all years
- Internship Certificate
- MBBS Certificate
- Permanent/Provisional Registration Certificate
- Birth Certificate or any proof of birth
- PAN Card or Driving License or any ID Proof
- SC/ST/OBC/PwD Certificate in case any of these apply
- Leaving Certificate or Transfer Certificate
Courses to Pursue:
After qualifying for NEET PG, you can opt for a variety of courses and disciplines available. You can get a diploma or get an MD in your desired area of study. You can get a degree in Anaesthesia, Leprosy, Dermatology, General Medicine, Paediatrics, General Medicine, Psychiatry, Radiology, Ophthalmology, Forensic Medicine, Community Medicine, Venereology, Dental Studies, Pharmacology, Anatomy, Pathology, Microbiology, General Surgery, and Orthopaedics.
You can also get a diploma in these disciplines, which is a 2-year post-graduate program. There are 39 different options offered all over the country that you can choose from.
You can check your NEET PG Result here: https://www.digialm.com/per/g01/pub/1258/EForms/image/NEETPG2019_RESULT.pdf