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MoHFW Has Reduced NEET PG 2021 Cut-Off by 15% Percentile.

MoHFW has reduced the NEET PG cut-off by 15% and requested National Medical Council to declare the revised result at the earliest.

In a letter addressed to the Executive Director of the National Board of Examination (NBE), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), in consultation with the National Medical Council (NMC), asked for reduction in the cut-off for national eligibility cum Entrance Test Postgraduate (PG) or NEET PG and further asked them to announce the revised results as soon as possible.

The NEET PG cut-off reduction letter stated that the decision was taken by the MoHFW after consultation with the NMC.

The cut-off is being reduced by 15 percent in all categories.

“After due discussion and deliberation, it has been decided by MoHFW in consultation with NMC to reduce the cut-off to 15 per cent in all categories with prior approval from Hon’ble HFM,” the official letter read.

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“The qualifying percentile may be reduced to 35th percentile for general category, 30th percentile for PH (Gen) and 25th percentile for reserved category (SC/ST/OBC),” the official letter said.

The letter has further requested the NBE to announce the revised result at the earliest.

“In view of the above, you are requested to kindly declare the revised result and send the revised result data of the newly qualified candidates to the office of the undersigned at the earliest.”

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