NEET PG 2020 Result:
The result for NEET PG 2020 has been announced by the exam conducting authorities, National Board of Examinations. The exam result went online on the 31st of January of 2020 (Tentative). The candidates will be able to check their result by visiting the official website of NBE to get their scorecard. While checking the result, the candidate will have to use their Confirmation ID, Testing ID, and DOB. The IDs have been issued during the time of registration. As per the result and the cut off mark, the candidates will be shortlisted for the counseling session.
NEET PG 2020 FAQs:
Q: Where can I get the results for NEET PG 2020?
A: The candidates can check their results for NEET PG 2020 on the official website of NBE
Q: What is the exam duration for NEET PG 2020?
A: The NEET PG 2020 entrance exam will be conducted for 3 and a half hour.
Q: How will I get my admit card for NEET PG?
A: The candidates must download their admit card through the official site of NBE
. No hard copy of admit card will be sent to the candidate through post or any other medium.
Q: What is the total mark in NEET PG?
A: The total mark of NEET PG is 1200.
Q: What is the age limit to give NEET PG?
A: There is no such age barrier issued for NEET PG. However, the candidates need to fulfill the eligibility criteria in order to appear for the exam.
Q: How many candidates applied for NEET PG 2019 and how many cleared?
A: 1,48,713 candidates appeared for NEET PG 2019 and among them, 79,588 candidates cleared the exam.
Q: Which is more tough NEET-UG or NEET PG?
A: NEET-PG is more difficult than NEET-UG due to various reasons. NEET-UG has 3 subjects while NEET-PG has 19 subjects. Also, there are far lesser seats in NEET-PG than in NEET-UG, so the competition is very high.
Q: What was the cut-off score for NEET PG 2019?
A: The cut-off score out of 1200 for 2019 were:
- General category - 321
- SC/ST/OBC - 281
- People with disability - 300
Q: What is the application fee for NEET PG 2020?
A: The NEET PG application fee for general/OBC category candidates is Rs. 3750/- and for SC/ST/PH candidates is Rs. 2750/-
Q: What courses and how many seats are included in NEET PG?
A: NEET-PG includes the following:
- All India 50% quota seats.
- State quota seats
- All Private Medical Colleges, Institutions & Universities/Deemed Universities across the country
- Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions
- DNB Broad specialty courses
Q: Which institutions do not accept NEET PG score?
A: Institutions not accepting NEET PG score are:
- AIIMS (all)
- JIPMER, Pudducherry
- NIMHANS, Bangalore
- PIGMER, Chandigarh
- Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum
Q: What documents do foreign national candidates are required to bring to the examination hall?
A: The foreign national candidates are required to bring their original & valid passports, along with documents as proof of they being a medical practitioner in their country.
Q: Is there any changes made in NEET PG cut-off?
A: The Medical Council of India along with the Central Government has decided to reduce the cut-off of NEET PG by 6% related to last year cut-off from every category. The revised cut-off is:
- General category - 50% to 44%
- SC/ST/OBC - 40% to 34%
- PWD - 45% to 39%
Q: I have a gap year in my academic, am I eligible for NEET PG?
A: Yes, you can appear the NEET PG even if you have gap year anytime in your career. But you must fulfill the eligibility criteria.
Q: What are the best books to prepare for NEET PG?
A: Books which will help to clear NEET PG are mentioned below:
- Anatomy MCQ book by Dr. Raviraj
- Physiology by Dr. Souman Manna
- Biochemistry by Rebecca James
- Pharmacology by Ranjan Patel
- Pathology by Sparsh Gupta
- Microbiology by Rachna Chaurasia
- Forensic Medicine by Arvind Arora
- Medicine by Deepak Marwah
- Surgery by Pritesh Singh
- Ophthalmology by AK Khurana
- Orthopedics by Apurv Mehra
- Radiology by Rajat Jain
- Anesthesia by ProAfs by Vivek Jain