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AP requested Centre to reduce the qualifying scores for the NEET-PG in all categories to enable qualification of more students from the state
The result of NEET PG 2017 has declared on January 13, 2017 in online mode. Candidates who wish to peruse MD/MS/PG Diploma programmes from any government or private medical institution can check for NEET PG Result 2017 on this page.
The tool will help candidates to know which medical college and branch they may get on the basis of their rank in NEET PG 2017 Result.NEET PG College Predictor 2017 is an innovative tool to help know probable branch and college. Click here to know more.
The cut off score is the lowest possible marks a candidate must obtain in order to qualify NEET PG 2017. The cut off score is, generally, based on many factors such as number of seats, number of candidate’s applied etc. Click here to know more.
NEET PG 2017 result has been declared on January 13. The exam was conducted from December 5 to 13, 2016. Candidates who have appeared in NEET PG 2017 can check below for result, merit list, cut off and counselling. Click here to know more detailed information about NEET 2017 PG examination.
Indian higher education system may witness a major change soon when it comes to conduct of seven crucial entrance tests- CAT, JEE Main, JEE Advanced, GATE, CMAT, NEET and NET.
Medical students in India might have to clear a National Exit Test (NEXT) after MBBS to be able to practice medicine in the country, if a draft Indian Medical Council(Amendment) Bill 2016 proposed by the health ministry comes into force.
National Exit Test (NEXT) is likely to replace the existing PG medical entrance examination-NEET PG for admission to MD, MS and PG Diploma courses across medical institutions in India. Read more on NEXT from this page.