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NEET PG 2020: Counselling Result, Seat Allotment, and Selection Process

Latest Update: The counselling committee of NEET PG has declared the seat allotment result for round 2 of NEET PG 2020 Counselling.

19 June 2020: Second round DNB Counselling of 2020 has been rescheduled. Choice of filling for the counselling process will be opened from 22 June 2020, since choice of filling up to 18 June announced invalid.

15 June 2020: Second round NEET PG Counselling process has been published by MCC.

NEET PG 2020 is conducted successfully on January 5, 2020. NBA has issued the result for NEET PG 2020 on January 30 on the official site. Candidates can download the list of successful students from nbe.edu.in. The shortlisted candidates will be called for the counselling process.

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NEET PG is meant for admission into MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma courses for the academic session 2020. The exam is conducted annually by NBE (National Board of Examinations). NEET PG Application form could be submitted from November 1 to November 21, 2019.

Eligible candidates need to visit the official site of NBE at nbe.edu.in and register themselves for filling the NEET PG Application form. Those who have an MBBS degree or provisional MBBS pass certificate recognized by MCI can apply for NEET PG. You must have completed one year of internship on or before March 31, 2020 to be eligible.

Download NEET PG 2020 Information Brochure

NEET PG Exam Centres 2020: Check Complete Exam Centres List

National Board of Examinations (NBE) has published the list of NEET PG Exam Centres on official site. Different cities from across the country have been selected as the exam centres to make the preference easier for applicants. NEET PG 2020 Exam Centres must be indicated at the time of filling-in online application.

Candidates are allowed to indicate a maximum of three preferences at the time of selecting exam centres. All the centres will be allotted on the first cum first serve basis. The final allotted centre will be printed on NEET PG 2020 Admit Card.

NBE reserves the complete right to modify or cancel any allotted exam centre in case of unforeseen circumstances. The new centres in such cases will be intimated via official site and leading newspapers within due time. No request will be entertained for the change of examination centre post allotment.

Highlights of NEET PG 2020 Exam Centres

  • The exam authorities added a total of 18 NEET PG exam centres which includes Aurangabad, Belagavi, Cuddalore, Hassan, Himatnagar, Imphal, Karur, Kasaragod, Kollam, Mandya, Palakkad, Puducherry, Puttur, Solan, Shimla, Viluppuram, Vellore and Virudhunagar.
  • As many as four exam centres have been removed namely, Kota, Howrah, Bardolli and Baramulla.

Steps to Add NEET PG 2020 Exam Centres Preference

  • During application filling process, candidates are asked to provided exam centre preference after fee payment.
  • Select preferred state and city in the subsequent step. A maximum of 3 exam centres can be indicated as preference.
  • Next, list of exam centres are indicated on the screen with the total no. of seats available in the exam centre of each city.
  • Click on “Save & Continue” to fill up and submit the remaining NEET PG 2020 Application Form.
  • Exam centres will be allocated on the basis of first-come-first-serve.
  • The details of allocated exam centres will be provided in the NEET PG Admit Card.
  • Candidates are advised to select exam centres as soon as they can.

NEET PG 2020 Exam Centre List

NEET PG Exam Centers

This year NBE added some exam centres to the list. NEET PG 2020 will be conducted across the 162 centres in the country. Any addition or deletion was notified in due course via the official website. The list of NEET PG 2020 Exam Centres is provided below for reference:

S.No. NEET PG Exam Centres
1 Agartala
2 Agra
3 Ahmedabad
4 Aizawl
5 Ajmer
6 Alappuzha
7 Aligarh
8 Allahabad
9 Ambala
10 Amravati
11 Amritsar
12 Anand
13 Arrah
14 Asansol
15 Aurangabad
16 Balasore
17 Bareilly
18 Belagavi (Belgaum)
19 Bengaluru
20 Berhampur- Ganjam
21 Bhagalpur
22 Bhatinda
23 Bhilai Nagar
24 Bhopal
25 Bhubaneswar
26 Bidar
27 Bikaner
28 Bilaspur
29 Bokaro
30 Chandigarh
31 Chennai
32 Chirala
33 Coimbatore
34 Cuddalore
35 Cuttack
36 Darbhanga
37 Dehradun
38 Dhanbad
39 Dhenkanal
40 Dibrugarh
41 Ernakulam
42 Faridabad
43 Gandhinagar
44 Ghaziabad
45 Gorakhpur
46 Greater Noida
47 Guntur
48 Gurugram
49 Guwahati
50 Gwalior
51 Haldwani
52 Hamirpur
53 Hassan
54 Hazaribagh
55 Himatnagar
56 Hisar
57 Hooghly
58 Hubballi (Hubli)
59 Hyderabad
60 Idukki
61 Imphal
62 Indore
63 Jabalpur
64 Jaipur
65 Jalandhar
66 Jalgaon
67 Jammu
68 Jamshedpur
69 Jhansi
70 Jodhpur
71 Jorhat
72 Kakinada
73 Kalaburagi (Gulbarga)
74 Kalyani
75 Kanchipuram
76 Kannur
77 Kanpur
78 Karimnagar
79 Karnal
80 Karur
81 Kasaragod
82 Kohima
83 Kolhapur
84 Kolkata
85 Kollam
86 Kottayam
87 Kozhikode
88 Kurnool
89 Kurukshetra
90 Lucknow
91 Ludhiana
92 Madurai
93 Malappuram
94 Mandya
95 Mangaluru (Mangalore)
96 Meerut
97 Mehsana
98 Mohali
99 Moradabad
100 Mumbai
101 Muzaffarnagar
102 Muzaffarpur
103 Mysuru (Mysore)
104 Nagercoil
105 Nagpur
106 Naharlagun
107 Namakkal
108 Nanded
109 Nashik
110 Navi Mumbai
111 Nellore
112 New Delhi
113 Noida
114 Palakkad
115 Panaji
116 Panipat
117 Patiala
118 Patna
119 Puducherry
120 Pune
121 Puttur
122 Raipur
123 Rajahmundry
124 Rajkot
125 Ranchi
126 Roorkee
127 Rourkela
128 Sagar
129 Salem
130 Samba
131 Sambalpur
132 Satna
133 Shillong
134 Shimla
135 Shivamogga (Shimoga)
136 Sikar
137 Silchar
138 Siliguri
139 Solan
140 Srinagar
141 Surat
142 Tezpur
143 Thane
144 Thanjavur
145 Thiruvananthapuram
146 Thoothukudi
147 Thrissur
148 Tiruchirappalli
149 Tirunelveli
150 Tirupathi
151 Udaipur
152 Udupi
153 Ujjain
154 Vadodara
155 Varanasi
156 Vellore
157 Vijayawada
158 Viluppuram
159 Virudhunagar
160 Visakhapatnam
161 Vizianagaram
162 Warangal

Documents Required at the Exam Centres

Aspirants are required to carry some mandatory documents at the NEET PG exam centres. The list of documents to be carried at the exam centres is mentioned below:-

  • NEET PG 2020 Admit Card
  • Valid Photo ID proof
  • A photocopy of the certificate of permanent/provisional SMC/MCI registration

NEET PG 2020 Exam Centre Guidelines

Before appearing for the examination, students are advised to go through the following set of instructions:

  • Students should reach the examination centre on or before the reporting time. A late entry in the examination centre will not be entertained.
  • All the details related to the NEET PG 2020 examination centre will be mentioned on the back side of the admit card
  • Along with  admit card, students should also carry ID proof for verification at examination centre. Without identity proof students entry will be prohibited
  • Students have to submit the biometric information at the examination centre
  • Familiarize yourself with the test centre location and plan their travel time accordingly.
  • All the candidates will be scrutinized carefully at exam centres and if caught during frisking with any prohibited item will be penalized immediately.


Ques. When is the NEET PG 2020 exam scheduled for and who will conduct it?

Ans. The NEET PG 2020 examination will be held on January 5, 2020, and the National Board of Examinations will conduct this exam.

Ques. Are students able to change their examination centre once it is allocated?

Ans. No, once the examination centre is allotted any request for changing the examination centre will not be entertained.

Ques. How can students select the desired examination centre?

Ans. Students can select the examination centre while filling the application form. They can select up to three centre choices

Ques. How can students check the information related to the examination centre?

Ans. The information related to the examination centre will be mentioned on the NEET PG 2020 Admit card.

NEET PG Rank 2020 – Check Result and Seats

NEET PG rank is the overall merit position of the candidate among all candidates who have appeared for NEET PG 2020. Getting NEET PG Rank makes a candidate eligible for All India 50% Quota. NEET PG Rank 2020 will be released only in the online mode.

NoteYou can use NEET PG College Predictor to know the expected colleges.

NEET PG 2020 result released on January 30, 2020. It will show the scorecard of students. As per the latest official update, NBE shall release only the result and the cut off list. There will be no provision of the NEET PG answer key for anyone according to the Non-Disclosure Agreement.

Highlights NEET PG Rank

  • NEET PG rank is valid for 1 academic year, i.e, students can use this result for admission into academic year 2020
  • NEET PG Rank will be released only online
  • NBE shares the information related to cutoff and result with DGSH and State Governments/Counselling Authorities.
  • They then prepare the merit list of students to start the counselling process.
  • NEET PG Rank will be released in descending order.

NEET PG Rank List

How to download NEET PG 2020 Rank Card?

The NEET PG 2020 Rank Card can be easily downloaded from the official website. It will not be sent individually to the candidates. For downloading the rank card, students have to enter their roll no, date of birth and captcha. The rank card also shows the total number of correct and incorrect responses given by the student in an examination.

Steps to download NEET PG 2020 Rank Card:

  • Visit the official website i.e. nbe.edu.in
  • Click on the NEET-PG button
  • Now, students will be redirected to another page
  • Click on the NEET PG -2020 Rank link under the General Links section
  • Enter the information such as Roll No, Date of Birth and Captcha
  • Click on the Login button

After clicking on the login button, the rank card will be displayed on the screen. Students can download and take the printout of the rank card for their future reference.

NEET PG 2020 Rank: Tie-Breaking Criteria

If two or more students will have the equal rank, then for resolving the ties authority have to follow the following procedure:

  • A number of Correct Response: Those having more number of correct responses will be ranked higher in the NEET PG 2020 merit list.
  • Scores of MBBS Professional Examination: If there is a still tie, then the students with an aggregate percentage of all MBBS Professional examination will be taken into consideration. Those having higher aggregate percentage will be ranked higher in the merit list.
  • Date of Birth: If the still exists then the older candidate will be ranked higher in the merit list than the younger one.  

NEET PG 2020 Merit List: 50% State Quota Seats/ AFMS Rank

Except for All India Quota Rank, other remaining 50% state quota seats will be allocated by the respective state counselling authority in government as well as private medical and dental colleges of the state. Every state government will release the state merit list using the marks secured in NEET PG 2020. According to the state eligibility criteria and reservation criteria, merit list for 50% state quota seats will be prepared.

NEET PG 2020 Cut off

NEET PG Cut off marks are the minimum marks scored by the candidate in order to qualify the entrance test. Students scoring marks corresponding to the set percentile will be included in NEET PG 2020 merit list. Cut off will be decided on the basis of factors such as:

  • Total number of students appearing in the exam
  • Availability of seats
  • The Difficulty level of the paper
  • Previous year cut off trends
  • Reservation norms.

The below mentioned table shows the cut off for NEET PG 2020.

NEET PG 2020 cut off is as following:

Category Percentile Cut-Off Score
General Category (UR)/EWS 50th 366
SC/ST/OBC 40th 319
UR-PH 45th 342
PH- SC/ST/OBC 40th 319

NEET PG Exam Dates 2020: Check Complete Schedule Here

NBE has released the exam dates for NEET PG 2020. NEET PG 2020 was conducted on January 5, 2020 through online mode only. Exam dates include all the important dates before and after the exam. Important dates include availability of NEET PG Application form between November 1 and 21, 2019.

You must regularly check the official site of NBE for any updates regarding the exam dates. NBE released a public notice for downloading the NEET PG 2020 Admit Card from December 31, 2019. Only those who have successfully filled the Application form were able to download the admit card on the mentioned date.

NEET PG 2020 Exam Dates

  • The registration for NEET PG 2020 began on November 1, 2019
  • The last Date to fill NEET PG 2020 Application Form is November 21, 2019 till 11:55 PM
  • Candidates can fill the application form of NEET PG 2020 through online mode by visiting the official website i.e. www.nbe.edu.in
  • Candidates have to provide the complete and correct details of their personal and academic background
  • Registration fee of INR 3750 for General and OBC candidates and INR 2750 for SC/ST/PwD candidates will be charged at the time of filling the application form.

Here are all important NEET PG 2020 Registration Dates:

Events Dates
Online Registration starts November 1, 2019
Last date of Online Registrations November 21, 2019
Last day to pay application fee November 21, 2019

NEET PG 2020 Exam Dates

NEET PG 2020 Admit Card Date 

  • NEET PG 2020 Admit card was available to download from December 31, 2019, i.e. tentatively one week before the examination
  • NEET PG 2020 Admit Card was available on the official website of NEET PG.
  • NEET 2020 Admit card is issued only to those candidates who meet the eligibility criteria and got themselves registered for NEET PG 2020
  • Admit Card contains details like name of candidate, exam center, date & time slot of the exam, roll number and photo of the candidate

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NEET PG 2020 Exam Dates

  • NEET PG 2020 was officially conducted on January 05, 2020, through an online mode.
  • NEET PG Exam will consist of 300 multiple choice questions.
  • Duration of NEET PG exam is 210 minutes.
Events Dates
NEET PG 2020 Exam Date January 05, 2020

NEET PG 2020 Result and Counselling Dates

  • NEET PG 2020 Result was declared on January 30, 2020.
  • Result would be announced at NEET PG official website
  • Candidates can check their result by logging in with their roll number
  • Counselling process will begin from 12 March to 23 March 2020
  • General category aspirants should score 50 percentile in NEET PG 2020 to qualify.
  • For the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC category, minimum marks is 40 percentile.
Events Dates
NEET PG 2020 Result January 30, 2020
  All India Quota(50 %) Deemed + Central University
Counselling Registration, Exercising of Choices (After Registration) and Locking of Choices Starts 12 March 2020  To be announced
Seat Allotment Process (Round 1) To be announced 3rd week of March 2020
Seat Allotment Result (Round 1)  To be announced  To be announced
Reporting against Round 1  To be announced  To be announced

NEET PG Counselling process has halted by the MCC due to outbreak of Coronavirus. Result for round 1 of counselling is also halted until further official announcement.

NEET PG 2021 Exam Pattern: Marking Scheme, Important Topics

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (Post Graduate), also known as NEET PG, is conducted annually by NBE. NEET PG 2021 is meant for admission into MD/MS/PG Diploma courses. NEET PG has been rescheduled to be conducted on 11th September 2021. It will be conducted on a single day in a single shift.

NEET PG exam pattern has also been declared by NBE in its information brochure that was released in February. NEET PG Exam pattern consists of 200 questions which aspirants should complete within the exam duration of 3 hours 30 minutes. No extra time is allotted to any candidate for completing their exam. NEET PG exam syllabus with the important topics from all subjects makes the preparation easy for aspirants.

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NEET PG Exam Pattern 2021

NEET PG Exam will be conducted as a Computer Based Test. There will be no subjective questions, and only MCQs will be asked. The number of questions in each topic will be different.

Mode Online
Language English (only)
Duration 3 hours 30 minutes
NEET PG 2021 Total Marks 800
Number of questions 200
Type of questions Multiple-choice questions
Marking Scheme -1 for an incorrect answer +4 for every correct answer 0 for unattempted questions

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Section-wise Questions

Anatomy 17
Physiology 17
Biochemistry 16
Total number of questions from section A 50
Pathology 25
Microbiology 20
Pharmacology 20
Forensic Medicine 10
Social and Preventive Medicine 25
Total number of questions from section B 100
General Surgery Including Orthopedics, Anaesthesia and Radiodiagnosis 45
General Medicine Including Dermatology & Venereology & Psychiatry 45
Obstetrics and Gynaecology 30
Ophthalmology 10
Paediatrics 10
ENT 10
Total number of questions from section C 150


Detailed NEET PG Exam Pattern

NEET PG 2021 exam will be conducted in online mode and only MCQs questions will be asked. Candidates will get 3 hours 30 minutes to complete the exam. The aspirants will be awarded with 4 marks for every correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer. A total of 200 questions will be asked in the NEET PG 2021 in which candidates can score a maximum of 800 Marks.

  • Aspirants are required to accept a Non Disclosure Agreement before starting the exam.
  • Aspirants can take a demo test through the official website before the actual exam.
  • NEET PG 2021 will be based on the syllabus taught in the MBBS curriculum including Para-Clinical, Pre-clinical and Clinical subjects.

Pattern of Demo Test

  • Demo test is a sample test of on-line examination.
  • The purpose of demo test conduction is to make the aspirants aware about the navigation and functionality of NEET PG exam.
  • The aspirants would be able to know about the features of the test such as screens, selecting, de-selecting, reviewing and marking responses etc.
  • In a nutshell, demo tests will lead to minimising the difficulties that candidates might face in the actual test.

15 minutes Tutorial

  • The 15 minutes tutorial will lead the students to make a deep understanding about the NEET PG computer based test.
  • Similar to the demo test, the 15 minute tutorial offers the candidates to learn about the navigation and features of the online test.
  • The aspirants are advised to go through the entire tutorial of 15 minutes before starting of actual exam
  • Once the applicants complete the 15 minutes tutorial, they need to accept a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before starting the actual exam.

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NEET PG 2021 Marking Scheme

Correct Answer +4
Incorrect Answer -1
Unattempted 0

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NEET PG Syllabus 2021:

The NEET PG syllabus 2021 is prepared by MCI as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations with the consent of the Government of India. Candidates should be well versed in the syllabus. Below is the detailed table. Candidates can download the NEET PG Syllabus pdf by clicking on Ctrl+P and saving the entire document in the PDF format. 

Pre Clinical Sub (phase 1) Para Clinical Sub (phase 2) Clinical Sub (Phase 1 and Phase 2)
Human Anatomy Pathology Medicines and its specialties
Intro to Humanities & Community Medicine Pharmalogy Surgery and its specialties
Bio Chemistry Microbiology Orthopedics
Human Physiology with Bio Physics Forensic Medicine Radiotherapy
Community Medicine Radio Diagnosis
Obstetrics And Gynecology
Family Planning
Community Medicine

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NEET PG 2021 Reference Books

The applicants will get an idea about the correct exam pattern while they go through the NEET 2021 PG Reference Books. In addition, they will have an understanding of the category of questions.

Name of the Books Author Name ISBN
All India PG Medical Entrance Exam with Answers Gupta, Krishnamurthy & Sethi 978-8123925776
DNB CET Review for Primary and Post Diploma Vaibhav Bharat & Ishad Aggarwal 978-8189477219
DAMS Beat The NEET Sumer K Sethi 978-8184451214
Self Assessment and Review of NEET Pattern Question Arvind Arora 978-9380438658
Postgraduate Medical Entrance Exam, Volume 2 & 3 Amit Tripathi & Ashish Gupta 978-9380438771

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How to Prepare for NEET PG 2021?

Preparation is very important for any exams. For NEET PG 2021 exam, the candidate should first go through the exam pattern and the syllabus shared so that they get a view of the structure of the test and topics on which the multiple choice questions would come. Some go to preparation tips for NEET PG 2021 are given below:

  • Start solving the sample papers or the previous year question papers
  • After solving the old sample or question papers the candidate must analyze the answers so that the candidate can know the preparation level
  • While solving the question paper, you should keep a track of the duration of 3 hours 30 minutes

Candidates can also take a DEMO test for the check. The candidates who have registered for this exam can only take this DEMO test. With the help of the NEET PG Demo test they will be able to know the test structure, navigation layout and other major functions of the actual test.


1. How many subjects do I need to prepare for NEET PG 2021?

Answer: There are a total of 19 subjects that you need to prepare for NEET PG 2021.

2. Is NEET PG tough?

Answer: Yes, NEET PG is tough but you can crack it with consistent preparation and hard work.

3. Is it possible to clear NEET PG 2021 without coaching?

Answer: It is definitely possible to clear any exam without coaching as a lot of candidates do that every year.

4. Is it possible to crack NEET PG in the first attempt?

Answer: Yes, right preparation and consistent hard work can help you clear NEET PG in the first attempt.

NEET PG 2020 Result – Download Scorecard, Check Merit List and Toppers’ List

NEET PG 2020 Result: NBE conducted NEET PG successfully on January 5, 2020. NEET PG Result with All India 50% quota seats was announced on January 30, 2020 in the PDF format. The candidates getting ranks in NEET PG were only enlisted. Besides, their score out of a total of 1200 marks and NEET PG 2020 Rank, candidates can also check the number of correct and incorrect responses by them in NEET PG 2020.

Download List of Qualified Candidates in NEET PG 2020

Before the declaration of NEET PG Result, aspirants can make use of the NEET PG College Predictor tool to get an estimation of which colleges they can get admission into. The list of All India 50% Quota seats will be announced later. Merit List and category wise list for state quota seats will be issued separately by State Medical Directorates in due course. The list will be prepared on the basis of their own rules, regulations and eligibility criteria. Only the qualified candidates can apply for online NEET PG counselling.

NEET PG 2020 Result Highlights

Event Information
Exam Date January 5, 2020
NEET PG Result Date January 31, 2020
NEET PG Rank Date February 3, 2020
NEET PG 2020 Cut Off Released Date January 31, 2020
Availability of NEET PG Scorecard 2020 February 3, 2020
Validity of NEET PG Score Card 1 year
Website https://nbe.edu.in/Result/Login.aspx.

How to check NEET PG Result 2020?

How to check NEET PG 2020 Result

NBA declared NEET PG result 2020 on January 30, 2020 and the candidates can check the results on the official website by the following steps:

  1. Login to https://nbe.edu.in/Result/Login.aspx.
  2. Click on link “NEET PG 2020 Result”.
  3. Enter required credentials to download the NEET PG result.
  4. Candidates can then download the NEET PG result which also contains the scores in the PDF format.

Details mentioned in the NEET PG Result 2020

NEET PG result 2020 will contain the following information:

  • Candidate’s name
  • Candidate’s NEET PG Roll Number
  • Date of Birth
  • Score obtained
  • Percentile scores
  • All India rank in the NEET exam

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NEET PG 2020 Cut Off

The table below provides NEET PG 2020 Cut Off based on the list of shortlisted candidates published by NBE on January 30:

Category Eligibility Criteria Cut Off Score (Out of 1200)
General/EWS 50th Percentile 366
OBC/SC/ST 40th Percentile 319
General – PH 45th Percentile 342

NEET PG 2020 Score Card

In NEET PG 2020 score card, candidate’s All India Rank is printed along with the other information. Candidates who will qualify the exam will be able to download the scorecard.

Information printed on the Scorecard:-

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Parents Name
  • Roll Number
  • DOB
  • Category
  • Score
  • Total correct responses
  • Total incorrect responses
  • Rank
  • Cut off score

How to download NEET PG 2020 Score card

  • Visit the official website.
  • Login using user ID and Password.
  • Click on NEET PG result.
  • Scorecard will be display on the screen.
  • Download it for the future references.

Sample of NEET PG 2020 Score Card

NEET PG Scorecard

NEET PG 2020 Result: Toppers

NEET PG 2020 Result has released by the NTA on its official site. 96,622 aspirants successfully cleared the exam, says NBE. Candidates can check the NEET PG toppers list from the table below:-

Candidate’s Name NEET PG Score (Out of 1200) NEET PG Rank
Dr. Shiv Kumar Sharma  1013 1
Dr. Raghvendra Pandit 1002 2
Dr. Kartik Aggarwal 1000 3
Dr. Shobhit Garg 988 4
Dr. Aman Aggarwal 983 5
Dr. Parth Durgia 980 6
Dr. Mankirat Dhillon 977 7
Dr. Sana Mohsin 976 8
Dr. Shivam Arora 975 9
Dr. Harshil Shah 970 10

NEET PG 2020 Result Statistics

In a press release on 30 January 2020, the exam authority has provided NEET PG result synopsis specifying the category, gender, nationality, and state-wise statistics of registered, appeared and qualified aspirants. NEET PG 2020 result statistics have been provided below.

NEET PG Result Statistics:-

Parameters Numbers
Registered Candidates 167102
Indian Candidates 166702
Foreign Candidates 254
OCIs/PIO 130
NRIs 16
Male Candidates 86342
Female Candidates 80745
General Category Candidates 78248
SC Category Candidates 21156
ST Category Candidates 7927
OBC Category Candidates 59771
Cities in which exam conducted 169
Test Centres 562
Independent Appraisers appointed at NEET PG Test Centres 1248

NEET PG 2020 Answer Key

As per the latest update, NBE will not release the NEET PG Answer Key. Only result and cut-off list will be released at the official site of NBE. Students can use their login credentials to check the details on the mentioned dates.

NEET PG 2020 Merit List

NEET PG 2020 Merit list was made available by the NBE on February 18, 2020. The merit list contained the roll number of the qualified candidates, their scores out of 1200 and their All India NEET PG 2020 Rank.

Separate merit or rank card will not be sent to the candidates. They need to check the merit list information on the official NBE website only. If two or more candidates get the same score in NEET PG, then specified tie-breaker criteria will be used to allocate rank accordingly.

Different Merit lists for NEET PG 2020

All India NEET PG 2020 Merit List: This list contains rank information of all the candidates who appeared and qualified in the NEET examination.

All India 50% Quota Merit List (AIQ): This list contains the rank information of the candidates who appeared in NEET PG 2019 under the All India 50% Quota.

All India 50% Quota Category Merit List: This list contains rank information of the candidates from the SC/ST/OBC category and who also appeared under the All India 50% quota.

State or Union Territory Quota Overall and Category-wise Merit List: This merit list is published by each state or union territory to rank the candidates according to scores they achieved from that region. This rank can help candidates get admission into the State Government and private colleges of that particular region.

NEET PG 2020 Merit list- Tie-breaking process

In case two or more candidates secure same marks in the exam, the tie-breaker method will be used to arrive at a final rank for that candidate using the following criteria:

  • The number of correct responses: A candidate who has more number of correct responses will be given preference in the merit list.
  • Scores obtained in the qualifying examination: If tie cannot be resolved with the above method, then the candidate’s MBBS examination marks will be taken into consideration.
  • Age: If tie persists, then the age of the candidates will be taken into consideration, where in the older candidate will be given preference over the younger candidate.

NEET PG 2020 Cut-Off

NBE will release NEET PG 2020 cut off after the declaration of result on January 31, 2020. Cut-off score is the lowest possible percentile a candidate must secure to qualify the NEET PG 2020.

The cut-off score is based on several parameters such as

  • Number of candidates who appeared in the examination
  • Number of candidates who passed the examination
  • Difficulty level of examination
  • Number of available seats in the examination
  • Marking scheme.

This year, the cut-off for NEET PG 2020 AIQ is higher than the NEET PG 2019.

Category Qualifying Percentile cut off Cut off score out of 1200
General 50 366
SC/ST/OBC 40 319
Persons with disability (PWD) 45 342

NEET PG 2020 Counselling

NEET PG 2020 counselling is conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). It will be an entirely online process. After the payment of the fees online, you can be a part of the counselling.

Candidates need to register and select their preferred colleges before participating the counselling process.

Counselling will be held for the following categories:

  • All India 50% quota seats
  • Armed Forces Medical Services admission
  • Admission into various universities, colleges and institutes

How to Register for NEET PG Counselling

  • To register for counselling, candidates need to login to http://mcc.nic.in
  • Once they register, candidates need to make payment
  • Then they need to submit their choices for universities/colleges and also the subjects.
  • They can modify the choices as many times as possible before locking the options.
  • Seats will be allotted to candidates based on rank, seat availability and preferences filled in by the candidate.

NEET PG 2020 counselling Round-2 started from June 03 to June 09. The result for second round counselling was published on June 12, 2020. Read more.

NEET PG Cut Off 2020: Check All India Rank, MD/MS Cutoff

The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has successfully conducted NEET PG 2020 on January 5, 2020. More than 1,48,000 candidates appeared for the exam across 165 cities. NBE has released NEET PG cut off 2020 in on official website along with the NEET PG Result on January 30, 2020. Moreover, seat allotment list for second round NEET PG counselling process has released by MCC on 15 June 2020.

NEET PG cut off list is available only online. NEET PG cut off is decided in accordance with Post Graduate Medical Education Regulations. It will be released in the percentile score. Only when your name appears in the cutoff list, you are eligible for NEET PG Counselling. NEET PG Cut off is different for reserved categories. General category candidates must have secured 50th percentile and SC/ST/OBC category candidates must obtain 40th percentile.

Following the NEET PG 2020 cut off, the exam authority prepared the Merit list which will be used for admission to 50% AIQ, ESIC and AFMC colleges and Deemed/Central universities. NEET PG Counselling process is conducted in two round by MCC for admissions into 19,525 MD (Doctor of Medicine) and 10,601 MS (Masters of Surgery) seats offered by medical colleges across India. In order to take admission in government colleges, the candidates should get high score in NEET PG 2020 exam. For instance, government colleges cut off is approximately 900+.

Highlights of NEET PG Cut off

  • NEET PG 2020 Result declared on January 30, 2020
  • The aspirants get the NEET PG Cut off in terms of closing and opening rank
  • Candidates who obtain a minimum of 50 percentile in NEET PG 2020 will qualify NEET and will be eligible for admission
  • For candidates from SC/ST and OBC background, minimum marks is 40 percentile
  • NEET PG 2020 Counselling will take place as per candidates’ rank in All India NEET PG 2020 Rank list, All India 50% Quota Category Rank, and State Quota Rank

Note- You can now check the list of available colleges using NEET PG College Predictor tool.

Cut Off Trends of NEET 2020 PG

Category Cutoff Percentile 2020 2019 2018
General/EWS 50th 366 344 321
General/EWS – PH 45th 342 317 300
SC/ST/OBC 40th 319 295 281
SC/ST/OBC – PH 40th 319 295 281

NEET PG 2020 Cut Off: Things to know

There are certain things about NEET PG cut off that you must know-

Result Mode Online
Cut off release date January 30, 2020
Released by National Board of Examination
Validity of score 1 year


NEET PG Cut off will be released by NBE to determine the number of candidates who will clear the exam and will be eligible for the counselling process. A separate cut off is released for the All India 50% Quota seats and candidates clearing that cut off become eligible to gain admissions on AIQ seats in medical colleges across the country. As per the notification, the cutoff for AIQ seats will be the same as the cutoff of NEET PG 2020. The qualifying score cum NEET PG cut off is given in the table below-


Category Percentile Cut-Off Score
General Category (UR)/EWS 50th 366
SC/ST/OBC 40th 319
UR-PH 45th 342
PH- SC/ST/OBC 40th 319

NEET PG Cut off Score


Cut off percentile Cutoff Score
General and EWS 50th 286
SC/ST/OBC 40th 250
General and EWS – PH 45th 268
SC/ST/OBC – PH 40th 250

NEET MDS Cut off Score

50% AIQ NEET PG Cut off of Top Medical Colleges

Medical colleges

NEET PG 2019 closing rank

NEET PG 2018 closing rank

B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad



Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior



Madras Medical College, Madras



Government Medical College, Nagpur



Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi



Guntur Medical College, Guntur



VMMC and SJ Hospital, New Delhi



Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram



Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad



Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, Mumbai



NEET PG 2019 Cutoff Rank of Popular Specialities

MD/MS Specialties

AIQ cutoff rank

MD General Medicine


MD Paediatrics


MD Radiodiagnosis


MS General Surgery


MS Orthopedics


MD Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy


MD Obstetrics and Gynaecology


NEET PG 2020 Cut Off: Factors

The cut off score is the lowest possible marks a candidate must obtain in order to qualify NEET PG 2020. NEET PG cut off score is based on many factors such as:

  • Total number of candidates appearing in the entrance test
  • Total number of candidates who passed the entrance test
  • The difficulty level of question paper
  • Total number of seats

Based on NEET PG Cut off, the exam conducting authority will declare the NEET 2020 result for candidates as qualified or not qualified.

NEET PG 2020 Cut Off: Merit List

NEET PG 2020 Merit list of the qualified and successful candidates under 50% All India Quota seats will be prepared by the NBE on the basis of score obtained in NEET 2020. The merit list will have as many students as there are seats available for allotment of PG/MDS courses under All India Quota.

Tie-breaking criteria for NEET PG 2020

In the case of two or more candidates obtain equal percentile in NEET PG 2020, the merit of such candidates will be determined in order of preference as follows:

  • Candidates with a minimum number of incorrect answers in Part A+B+C will be placed at the higher position in NEET PG rank list.
  • Candidates with higher marks in Part C will be counted at a higher rank.
  • The minimum number of incorrect answers in Part C will be given a higher rank.
  • Candidates securing higher marks in Part B will be given priority.
  • Medical graduates with a minimum number of incorrect answers in Part B will be allotted higher rank.
  • More number of higher marks in Part A of a candidate will be given at a higher rank.
  • Lesser number of incorrect answers in Part A by a candidate will give higher rank
  • Lastly, Candidate elder in age will be awarded at higher rank.

Last Year Cut-off Analysis

Candidates scoring more than or equal to the minimum score will be declared as qualified. Students use the previous year cut offs to get an idea of the cut-off pattern for NEET PG 2020. The category-wise cut-off marks of last year are given below:

Cut off for NEET PG:

Category NEET PG cut off percentile Cutoff scores
Unreserved (UR) 50th 340
SC/ST/OBC 40th 295
Unreserved – PH 45th 317
SC/ST/OBC – PH 40th 295

Cut-off for NEET MDS

Category NEET MDS cut off percentile NEET MDS cut off percentile 2019
General 50th 50
SC/ST/OBC 40th 40
General-PH 45th 45

NEET PG Exam Analysis

In this part, we bring you whole examination analysis of NEET PG 2018 so that you can use it as a preparation tips for NEET PG 2020.

  • Nearly 5,000 students took NEET PG 2019 out of the 7,000 who had registered for it
  • Aspirants who appeared for the examination said around 300 questions were tricky
  • There was a proper balance between clinical and non-clinical questions
  • The difficulty level of NEET PG 2018 was pretty moderate
  • Some aspirants found questions from ophthalmology and pharmacology topics to be tough

Previous Year’s Cut Off

The NEET PG cutoff is released along with the result by NBE. Nevertheless, if the scores of the aspirants are less compared to the three times of total number of seats, then the cutoff percentile will be revised by NBE. Find the following table in order to get to know about the original and revised NEET PG cut off of the previous years.

Revised NEET PG cut off 2019

Category Cutoff Percentile Cutoff Marks (Out of 1200)
General 44 313
PWD 39 291
SC/ST/OBC/PWD 34 270

Original NEET PG Cut Off 2019

Category Cutoff Percentile Cutoff Marks (Out of 1200)
General 50 340
PWD 45 317
SC/ST/OBC/PWD 40 295

NEET 2020 PG Speciality Wise Cut Off

MS/MD Specialities AIQ Cutoff Ranking
Radiodiagnosis 2403
Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy 2763
Paediatrics 4438
General Medicine 4632
Orthopaedics 5759
Obstetrics and Gynaecology 8141
General Surgery 8222

Revised NEET PG cut off 2018

Category Cutoff Percentile Cutoff Marks (Out of 1200)
General 35 262
PWD 30 244
SC/ST/OBC/PWD 25 225

Original NEET PG Cut Off 2018

Category Cutoff Percentile Cutoff Marks (Out of 1200)
General 50 321
PWD 45 300
SC/ST/OBC/PWD 40 281

Revised NEET PG cut off 2017

Category Cutoff Percentile Cutoff Marks (Out of 1200)
General 42.50 667.4111
PWD 37.50 643.1009
SC/ST/OBC/PWD 32.50 618.8969

Original NEET PG Cut Off 2017

Category Cutoff Percentile Cutoff Marks (Out of 1200)
General 50 705.9194
PWD 45 680.0611
SC/ST/OBC/PWD 40 655.1766

The NEET PG 2020 Cut Off is made depending on several factors and these are number of candidates, number of qualified candidates, cut off of previous years, reservation criteria and also on the difficulty level etc. Hence, for taking admission into the desired colleges and universities, the candidates should get the cut off score.

NEET PG Counselling 2020

As per the rank of merit list, NEET PG 2020 Counselling process under 50% AIQ is organised and the qualified students can take admission to the Central Universities/Deemed Universities, AFMC Institutes and in ESICs. For appearing to the NEET PG Seat Allotment process, the candidates have to enroll their names. During the time of the name registration process, the candidates should provide their preferable choice of particular college and also the reservation criteria. They also need to mention whether they will like to take admission for PG Diploma Courses or to Masters of Surgery (MS) courses or to Doctor of Medicine (MD) course work.

NEET PG Eligibility Criteria 2020 – Age Limit, Marks, Qualifications

NEET PG 2020 was conducted on January 5, 2020 using computer based test in online mode. NBE conducted NEET PG 2020 for admission into MS/MD/PG Diploma courses of colleges all over India. Indian citizens and overseas Indian citizens, as well as Foreign Nationals are eligible for NEET PG exam. Aspirants must achieve MBBS degree or Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate as per the Indian Medical Council Act 1956.

NEET PG Eligibility Criteria 2020 includes your nationality, qualification, internship record. Only when you meet the criteria in all the 3 domains, you will be allowed to sit for NEET PG 2020. On successful submission of the NEET PG Application form, you can download the admit card from December 28, 2019.

NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria: Highlights

  • NEET PG Eligibility Criteria is decided as per Medical Council of India Act 1956
  • You must possess an MBBS degree or Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate from a recognized university.
  • The starting date and the last date of the internship must be filled carefully.
  • Any increase or decrease in the number of days can lead to trouble with the internship certificate thus affecting its validation
  • If at any stage you are found ineligible for NEET PG, you will not be allowed to sit for the exam
  • In unlikely event of appearing for the exam if you are ineligible, your result will be cancelled

The exception is there when it comes to the candidates who have completed education from the state of AP/Telangana/J&K. An introduction of a new criterion requires the aspirant to hold a valid and mandatory Aadhar Card number. Students of foreign origin are also eligible for NEET exam without a valid aadhar number. The application fee differs in case of the different category students. The students of General/OBC category have to pay an application fee of INR 3,750 and the students of SC/ST/PWD/PH category have to pay have to the application fee of INR 2,750.

NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria: Important Dates

Events Dates
Commencement of NEET PG 2020 Application Form November 1, 2019
Last date to complete NEET PG 2020 Application Form November 21, 2019
Last date to make a correction in NEET PG 2020 Application Form November 2019
NEET PG 2020 Exam January 5, 2020
Result Declaration January 31, 2020

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NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria: All India 50% Quota

NEET PG Eligibility Criteria requires a student applying as an Indian, should be a citizen of India and a domicile of the state is compulsory. This means the student must have proof of citizenship and domicile. For availing seat under 50% AIQ of NEET PG 2020 there are some exceptions given below-

  • Students who belong to any state other than Andhra Pradesh/Telangana/J&K need to produce the domicile.
  • If the student has the domicile of the state of AP/Telangana/J&K and has completed his/her MBBS degree from the state of AP/J&K/Telangana then the student would not be allowed to appear for the NEET PG exam
  • If a student has completed the MBBS degree from any state other than AP/J &K/ Telangana but has the domicile of AP/ J& K/ Telangana than the student is eligible to write the NEET exam.

NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria: Age Limit

As NEET PG is a post graduation level program and the students pursuing MBBS can sometimes take a break in their educational career so no age limit is defined. This does not mean that an 18-year-old can apply for NEET PG but rather there is no upper or lower age limit defined for NEET PG 2020 exam.

There were speculations about the introduction of age limit on the NEET PG exam like the NEET exam but this was completely ruled out.

There are around 118 colleges in India offering PG degree and they all can have their own age limit. But NEET PG 2020 has not declared any upper or lower age limit, giving the liberty to colleges to work on the age criteria as per their choice. Moreover, due to a long duration of medical courses most colleges rule out this criteria and consider students of all ages for MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma courses.

There is no age relaxation for students of any category. The NEET authorities have not defined any age limit so no relaxation can be given.

NEET PG Eligibility Criteria

NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria: Academic Qualification

The clause for educational qualification when it comes to NEET PG exam can be defined by different subheads. The subheads are introduced as MBBS degree is important but there is different clauses as per the area and work experience requirement.

  • An MBBS Degree must be successfully completed: A degree issued by a college approved by MCI and a registration certificate of the MBBS degree is compulsory. A provisional degree is also accepted till a final degree is introduced. This is necessary as per the Indian Medical Council Act 1956.
  • MBBS degree issued from a state in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J & K would not be considered eligible for admission under AIQ.
  • Student would be considered for admission under 50% criteria only if the candidate has been nominated by GOI (Government of India). For this, a student is required submit a self-declaration (written in the affidavit) stating that GOI has nominated the candidate for education
  • A printout of the acknowledgment of the affidavit along with the NEET PG application form must be submitted to Deputy Director (Examination), National Board of Examinations, Medical Enclave, Ansari Nagar, Mahatma Gandhi Marg, New Delhi- 110029.

NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria: Internship Requirement

  • It is mandatory to complete one year of rotary internship in any of the hospital
  • Internship must be complete on or before March 31, 2020.

MCI Certificate

  • A valid MCI certificate must be issued MCI (Medical Council of India) or SMC (State Medical Council) as the provisional or permanent certificate
  • The MCI/SMC certificate must be presented on the day of examination and at the time of counseling otherwise, the candidate is considered ineligible

Aadhar Card

  • A valid aadhar card is important and mandatory for Indian nationals to prove their nationality. This is unique 14 digit number issued by GOI to all the citizens of India.
  • Students from the state of Jammu & Kashmir, Assam or Meghalaya do not have the aadhar card and thus do not need to enter the details of Aadhar number.
  • In case of absence of Aadhar number candidate must apply for an enrollment number at the aadhar enrolment center. The list is available at www.uidai.gov.in.

NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria: Foreign Nationals

  • Indian citizenship is not mandatory for foreign nationals to apply for NEET PG 2020.
  • There are no domicile requirements for students of foreign origin
  • It is not compulsory for the foreign nationals to obtain a temporary registration certificate from MCI to write NEET PG 2020 examination
  • A temporary registration certificate is required by the candidate for the duration of study of the PG course.
  • Any foreign national in case of absence of the MCI certificate can produce the original screening test pass certificate issued on NBE letterhead

Who is not eligible for NEET PG 2020?

  • The student’s admission would be provisional till the background of education is verified
  • If candidates are found at ineligible at any stage of NEET PG 2020, they will not be allowed to sit for the exam
  • An incomplete internship certificate or the internship certificate issued on or after March 31, 2020 would not be accepted for NEET PG 2020.
  • The MBBS degree not recognized by Indian Medical council act, 1956 would not be considered eligible.

NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria: Reservation

Reservation is offered in all the UG and PG courses where the seats are filled through combined entrance test. The reservation policy is applied following the scheme directed by the honorable Supreme Court of India. The rules of reservation are as follows:

  • Reservation for OBC (Other Backward Classes- NCL)- 27%.
  • Reservation for Schedule Caste (SC)- 15%.
  • Reservation for Schedule Tribe (ST)- 3%.
  • No reservation rules are applicable to the PG seats offered in AFMC.

Who can claim the reservation?

  • Under the OBC category, the reservation would be given to only those candidates who are covered and have the OBC NCL certificate. This certificate should not be older than 6 months.
  • In case a candidate is eligible for reservation benefits under two or more categories than the candidate can claim either seat under one and not both of the categories.
  • The PWD benefits are offered to candidates only if the disability of the lower limbs is more than 50% to 70%.
  • All the necessary documents must be produced at the time of reservation so that the benefits can be claimed. Else the student cannot claim the reservation benefits. The candidature is canceled if at any stage it is found that documents are forged or invalid.
  • Although the rules of reservation are clear and transparent still the reservation benefits are exercised only on the basis of the rank.

Documents Required for proof of NEET PG Eligibility

  • NEET PG 2020 admit card
  • Result/Rank Letter issued by NBE
  • Marksheets of MBBS/BDS 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-year professional examination.
  • MBBS/BDS degree certificate original or provisional.
  • Internship certificate issued by the institute that has been issued by the Head of the institution or college that the candidate has completed the internship from.
  • Permanent/ provisional certificate issued by MCI or DCI/ State Medical or Dental council.
  • High school/ higher secondary certificate/ birth certificate as proof of date of birth.
  • Reservation certificate issued by competent government authorities in the prescribed format. The acceptable language is Hindi/ English, the sub-caste must be clearly mentioned on the certificate.
  • Reservation certificate is applicable in the case of SC/ST/PWD and PH category candidates.

NEET PG Application Form 2020: Check full details @mbbsneet.in

NEET PG Application Form 2020: NBE released the NEET PG 2020 merit list on February 18 for 50% AIQ. The NEET PG application form was made available by the NBE on November 1, 2019. The last date to fill NEET PG application form 2020 was November 21, 2019. The registration fee was Rs. 3750/- for General/OBC candidates and SC/ST/PwD category candidates, it was Rs. 2750/-. The fee should be remitted through payment gateway at the time of online submission of the form, the payment should be made through debit/credit card or net banking. No other mode of payment will be entertained. Candidates who have successfully submitted the NEET PG application form will be provided only option to rectify their mistake till December 7, 2020.

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Highlights of NEET PG Application Form

Exam Name National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test–Post Graduate
Conducting Authority National Board of Examination
Official Website https://neetpg.nbe.edu.in/
Mode of Registration Online
Availability of NEET PG Application Form November 1, 2019
Last Date to Submit NEET PG Application Form November 21, 2019
NEET PG Application Form Correction December 3-7, 2019
NEET PG Exam Date January 5, 2020

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NEET PG Application Form Dates

NEET PG Application form 2020 will be available from November 1, 2019
Last date to fill the application form November 21, 2019
Last Date to remit the application fee November 21, 2019
NEET PG Admit Card 2020 issued on December 28, 2019
NEET PG is scheduled for January 5, 2020

NEET PG 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Before filling the NEET PG Application form 2020 candidates must check eligibility criteria. The NEET PG 2020 eligibility criteria is mentioned below:

  • It is mandatory for the aspirants to be in possession of MBBS degree or Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate from the recognized national or international medical institute recognized as per the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956.
  • It is compulsory for all aspirants of NEET PG to have completed one year (12 months) of rotating internship or practical training and obtained full registration on or before 31st March 2020.
  • Candidates must hold a provisional or permanent registration certificate issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC).
  • Candidates who have studied MBBS from the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir will be deemed to have failed to fulfill the eligibility criteria for All India 50% Quota seats.

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How to Fill NEET PG Application Form 2020

How to Fill NEET PG Application Form 2020

To fill NEET PG Application form, candidates must keep their documents handy. Candidates must know that offline form will not be accepted. Application form can be filled online on official website. It is a 6 Steps process which is mentioned below:

Step 1Registration

  • Visit the official website
  • Create a Profile: Fill in the details as asked to register for NEET PG.
  • Candidates will need to enter their name, gender, father’s name, mother’s name and give a valid mobile number and email address to create a profile.
  • User Id and Password will be generated as login credentials after submitting the personal details such as Username, Password, Secret Reminder Question, Data Privacy Policy, Primary Telephone Number, Secondary Telephone Number, Postal Address.
  • Click and save to proceed to the next section.
  • Candidates must check every details before saving the form.

Step 2– Filling the NEET PG Application Form 2020

Filling of NEET PG application form: After registration candidates can either chose to continue filling the application form or can close the window and log in using the login credentials.

To fill the NEET PG Application Form candidates need to enter following details:-

  • Personal Details: Name, DOB, Nationality, Gender etc.
  • Qualification Details: qualifying exam (MBBS), exam status, state, university details, state of Class 10 and Class 12.
  • Academic Details: Total marks obtained in MBBS
  • Internship Details: Status, start and completed date, and total duration of internship
  • Medical registration details: Registration type (permanent or provisional), registration date and number, and issuance authority

Step 3– Payment of Application Fee

After filling the NEET PG Application form candidates need to submit thhe application fee. The fee can be paid by online mode through debit or credit card or net banking. It is advised to candidates to keep a record of their online transaction.

Fee for NEET PG Application Form 2020 is mentioned below:

Category Application Fee
General/OBC Rs. 3,750
SC/ST/PwD Rs. 2,750

Step 4– Select Exam Centres

Candidates have to choose preferred exam centres from the list provided by the NBE. Exam centres are alloted by the exam authorities on the basis of first-come-first-serve. Those who are first to arrive will be the first to receive their preferred location at the point of scheduling the exam.

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Step 5– Upload Images

Photographs once uploaded cannot be changed unless rejected by NBE. Candidates are required to upload Photograph, Signature and Left Thumb Impression as per the given specifications:

Documents Dimension File Size
Photograph (JPG) 3.5*4.5 cm(width*height) 50-100 KB
Signature(JPG) 6*3 cm(width*height) 10-50 KB
Thumb Impression(JPG) 4*3 cm(width*height) 10-50 KB

Step 6: Printout

After successfully submitted the application form candidates are advised to take a printout of the confirmation page. Save the printout of NEET PG Application form 2020 for future reference.

NEET PG 2020 Application Form Correction

The exam authority provides one time facility to rectify the mistake in the NEET PG Application form. The NEET PG correction window is opened from December 3 to 7, 2020. Candidates must correct their mistake during this window. This information will be verified later at the time of NEET PG Counselling.

The information that can be changed during correction window are:-

  • DOB
  • Gender
  • Category
  • EWS Status
  • PwD Status

The information that cannot be changed during correction window are:-

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Mobile Number
  • Exam Centre
  • Email Address
  • Nationality

Forget Username or Password

To retrieve the username or password candidates can follow the instructions mentioned below:

  • To retrieve the username
    • Click on forgot username
    • Then he must enter registered email ID provided at the time of filling NEET PG 2020 application form Captcha code
    • After that click on Get username.
  • To retrieve password
    • Click on forgot password.
    • Eter the username and Captcha code.
    • After that click on Get password.

Candidates must note that the exam authority will not take any request to make changes to the application form after the correction window closes. Candidates must upload the photographs as described in the guidelines.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: Can the fee be refunded?

Answer: Candidates may opt out of appearing for the exam, but the application fee is non-refundable in nature. If your application process is incomplete, payment will go in for refund process. The refund will take about 7 days and must be checked with your bank.

Question: What is the validity of NEET PG 2020 Scores?

Answer: Candidate can make use of the score card only up to one year(current year) for attaining admission in their choice of institution.

Question: What Medical Institutions are not covered by centralized admissions through NEET-PG 2020? Is it mandatory?

Answer: Yes, the NEET-PG is a mandatory test to secure admission to Postgraduate Medical Courses in government and private medical colleges barring:

AIIMS, New Delhi

PGIMER, Chandigarh

JIPMER, Puducherry

NIMHANS, Bengaluru

Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum

Question: What is the duration and pattern of the exam?

Answer: The exam duration is 3 hours and 30 Minutes and there will be 300 questions.

Question: NEET-PG shall be conducted on computer-based test (CBT) platform, is there a Demo Test to familiarize students with it?

Answer: Candidates will be able to access the Demo test from 15th December 2019 onwards on the NEET-PG website.

Question: I haven’t received my admit card yet/I am not able to make corrections to the application form, what should I do?

Answer: The applicant is advised to contact the candidate helpline number 1800 11 1700 (Toll-Free) or 0124- 6771700 (Monday to Friday: 9.00 AM to 5:30 PM).

Question: There are discrepancies in my Aadhaar card/I don’t have an Aadhaar card, what can I do?

Answer: Locate an Aadhaar enrolment centre near you, and apply for an Aadhaar at the earliest or submit a correction request at your nearest Aadhar centre.

NEET PG 2020 Counselling: Seat Allotment Result (Declared) for Round 2

MCC has released the final result for the second round of NEET PG Counselling on 16 June 2020. Candidates can download the seat allotment letters from the official website. MCC has also extended the physical reporting to the allotted college until 30 June 2020.

Latest Updates:

July 21, 2020: DGHS declares NEET PG and MDS 2020 Provisional Mop-up Result. Final Result will be declared on July 22, 2020. 

June 19: Second round DNB Counselling has been rescheduled by NBE. And from 22 June, 2020, the choice filling has begun.

June 16: Considering the hardship, faced by the students during the lockdown, MCC has been extended the reporting date to the allocatted institutions till 30 June 2020.

June 15: MCC has released the seat allotment list for second round of NEET PG Counselling. To download seat allotment list click here

June 12: MCC will start NEET PG 2020 counselling Round 2 from June 03, 2020. It will be continued till 11 June 2020 (till 11:55 PM). Afterward, the seat allotment process will be continued for two days, which is 12th June to 13th June, 2020. The result for Round 2 will be announced on June 14, 2020. Aspirants are required to report the alloted college between 16th June to 22nd June, 2020. Read More 

Schedule for Round 2 counselling process

The counselling committee has started the NEET PG state Counselling round 1 from April 20 to May 4, 2020. As per the notice, the registration for NEET PG counselling 2020 round 1 has started on the official website. The payment for the same could also be done until the due date. Dates for Counselling Round 3 will be declared after further notice.

NEET PG Counselling Official Notice

DGHS, on behalf of Medical counselling committee, is conducting NEET PG counselling. NEET PG is for admission into MD/MS/Pg Diploma courses. NEET PG counselling is for admission into 50% of All India Quota seats. The NEET PG result declared on January 30, 2020.

MCI defined the eligibility criteria for NEET PG counselling. Attending the counselling is mandatory and failure to do so will result in rejection. Aspirants can predict their rank using the NEET college predictor tool.

Important Dates of NEET PG 2020 Counselling

Events Dates
Exam Date January 5, 2020
Result Date January 30, 2020
Registration for Round 1 AIQ counselling of NEET PG 2020 12 March 2020 to 24 March 2020
Round 1 Result 9 April, 2020
Reporting to the allocated medical college Till 24th April 2020
Registration for Round 2 AIQ counselling of NEET PG 2020 June 03, 2020
Round 2 Result June 15, 2020
Reporting to the allocated medical college Until June 30, 2020
Transfer of seats to State Quota To be announced
Website mcc.nic.in

Note– To get notified about all updates on Exam dates, you must stay tuned to the official site of NEET PG.

NEET PG 2020 Counselling Schedule

Events Dates
Result was uploaded on 30-Jan-2020
First round of counselling
Online registration 12-Mar-2020 to 22-Mar-2020
Last date for payment of counselling fee 23-Mar-2020 (up to 4 pm)
Choice filling 16-Mar-2020 to 24-Mar-2020 (up to 11:55 pm)
Provisional seat allotment list released 09-Apr-2020
Final seat allotment list released 11-Apr-2020
Allotment letters released 11-Apr-2020 (5 pm onwards)
Reporting phase begins 13-Apr-2020
Last date for reporting to the institute allotted 24-Apr-2020
Last date for submitting the resignations (if any) 01-Jun-2020 (up to 5 pm)  
Second round of counselling
Online registration 03-Jun-2020 to 09-Jun-2020 (up to 10 am)
Last date for payment of counselling fee 09-Jun-2020 (up to 12 noon)  
Choice filling 04-Jun-2020 to 11-Jun-2020 (up to 11:55 pm)
Seat allotment list released date 15-Jun-2020
Reporting to the institute allotted 16-Jun-2020 to 30-Jun-2020  
Transfer of vacant seats to State Quota 30-Jun-2020 (6 pm)
Mop-up round of counselling
Seat matrix for mop-up round will be released Postponed until further notice
Online registration Postponed until further notice
Last date for payment of counselling fee Postponed until further notice
Choice filling Postponed until further notice
Seat allotment list will be released Postponed until further notice
Reporting to the institute allotted Postponed until further notice
Transfer of vacant seats to the university Postponed until further notice
Stray vacancy round Postponed until further notice

State Counselling Process of NEET PG 2020

According to the latest update by MCC, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) had permitted of conducting state counselling process. Hence, the round 1 NEET PG 2020 counselling process was organised from 20 April onwards.

State NEET PG 2020 Counselling Process of Rajasthan

Read the following content to find out the revised Rajasthan NEET PG 2020 Counselling by Counsellig board/Postgraduate Medical association and SMS Medical college, Jaipur.

Events Dates
Choice filling and locking April 19 to 21, 2020
Seat allotment April 25 & 26, 2020
Announcement of result round one April 26, 2020
Reporting at the college April 27 to May 3, 2020
  • Under 50% state quota seats, there are approximately 977 MD and 469 MS seats to take admission into the 19 medical colleges.
  • MCC conducts the counselling process for rest of the 50% seats filling to government medical colleges under AIQ seats.

State NEET PG 2020 Counselling Process for Karnataka

The first round registration for Karnataka PG Counselling Process has been started on 17 April 2020. The last date of registration was 20 April 2020. The qualified aspirants can attend the Karnataka counselling process under 50% seats quota.

Events Dates
Application form and brochure were released 17-Apr-2020
Last date of filling the application form 20-Apr-2020 (11:59 pm)
Online verification of documents (Uploading 18-Apr-2020 (2 pm) to 21-Apr-2020 (5 pm)
KEA published the Set Matrix 23-Apr-2020 (4 pm)
Release date of the list of eligible a and thosstnaripse along with deficient documentation 24-Apr-2020 (4 pm)
Upload deficient documents (if needed) 25-Apr-2020 to 26-Apr-2020
Choice filling and locking 24-Apr-2020 (6 pm) to 27-Apr-2020 (11 am)

State NEET PG 2020 Counselling Process of Gujarat

Gujarat State NEET PG 2020 counselling process will be published as per the NEET PG 2020 Merit list. Find the following table to identify the important schedule of Gujarat State PG Medical Admission 2020:

Mock Round & 1st Round Dates
Choice of Filling For Mock Round 17 – 19 Apr 2020
Result of Mock Round 20 Apr 2020
1st Round Final Choice Filling 20 – 22 Apr 2020
Display of Choices filled by candidates 22 Apr 2020
Display of Seat Allotment 23 Apr 2020
Payment of Fees at designated Axis Bank 23 – 28 Apr 2020
Reporting at Help Center & admitted college 24 – 30 Apr 2020

NEET PG 2020 Counselling Process of Kerala

The NEET 2020 PG Kerala counselling process has been started and it has been conducted according to the merit list of the aspirants. Go through the following details to know the detailed information on the same:

Events Dates
First Phase Option Registration Begins April 13, 2020
First Phase Option Registration Ends On April 21, 2020 (until 3pm)
Publication of Provisional Rank List April 18, 2020
First Phase Allotment April 23, 2020.
1st round of counselling To be announced
Last date of joining To be announced

NEET PG 2020 Counselling Process of Maharastra

On 15 May 2020, first round seat allotment from the Maharastra NEET PG 2020 counselling process has been published.

Events Dates
First-round seat allotment result May 15, 2020
Confirmation/up-gradation/cancellation of admissions May 16, 2020, to May 23 2020 (6 pm)
Last date for course fee Payment May 23, 2020
Last date for submitting the status retention form May 23, 2020 (6 pm)

NEET PG 2020 Qualifying Percentile

To be eligible for the Counselling process, the candidates must qualify the exam with the minimum qualifying marks as specified by the authority. The NEET Cut off score has declared along with NEET PG result 2020. Candidates who have secured the minimum qualifying percentile are eligible for counselling process. The NEET PG 2020 cut off percentile and scores is mentioned in the table below:


Cutoff percentile

Cutoff scores

Revised cutoff

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NEET PG Cut off Score

Category Cut off score out of 1500 (Initial) Cut off score out of 1500 (Revised)
General 705.9194 667.4111
SC/ST/OBC 655.1766 618.8969
Persons with disability 680.0611 643.1009

NEET PG 2020 Cut off under 50% AIQ Seats

Category Cut off
Unreserved (UR) 863.6479
Unreserved PH 682.3638
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 842.2654
Other Backward Classes PH 655.5969
Scheduled Caste (SC) 655.1937
Scheduled Caste PH 658.5397
Scheduled Tribe 655.1766
Schedule Tribe PH 673.4360

NEET PG Cutoff Trends

Category Cutoff marks 2019 Cutoff marks 2018
General 340 321
PWD 317 300
SC/ST/OBC/PWD 295 281

NEET PG 2020 Seat Matrix

NEET PG 2020 Seat Matrix shows the available number of seats under each special courses. Additionally, with the help of this matrix, an aspirants can check the available number of seats under particlar category.

Seat Matrix for Round 1
AIQ seats for Degree Courses Deemed University seats for Degree Courses Central University seats for Degree Courses
AIQ seats for Diploma Courses Deemed University seats for Diploma Courses Central University seats for Diploma Courses
Seat Matrix for Round 2
AIQ Seats Deemed University Seats Central University Seats

NEET PG 2020 Counselling

MCC conduct NEET PG 2020 Counselling for admission through the following quota:-

  1. 50% State Quota seats
  2. 50% All India Quota seats
  3. Central Universities (DU, AMU, BHU)
  4. Deemed Universities
  5. Armed Forces Medical Services
  6. ESIC colleges

MCC has introduced a few important changes in the NEET PG Counselling process. Three major changes in NEET PG 2020 Counselling process are discussed in the following:

  • Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS)
  • 50% All India Quota Seats
  • Deemed and Central Universities

Furthermore, candidates have to register again for every next round of the counselling. Previously, such repetitive registration was not mandatory.

Kindly check the below chart for NEET PG Counselling Process:

NEET PG Counselling 2020 Procedure

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How to Apply for 50% AIQ Counselling Process

Follow the below mentioned steps to register for online NEET PG counselling 2020-

Step 1- NEET PG Counselling New User Registration

  • Visit the official site of NEET PG Counselling Committee
  • To register candidates need to enter the details like
    • Stream
    • NEET PG roll number
    • Application number
    • Candidate’s name
    • Birth date
    • Security pin, etc.
  • To proceed, you must click on ‘I Agree’ option which will show you the login credentials. You must save the credentials for future reference.

Step 2- Submitting Personal Details

  • The second step in NEET PG Counselling process is candidates need to enter their personal details
    • Name
    • Date of birth
    • Father’s name
    • Permanent address etc.
  • Be careful while entering these details as they cannot be changed after you hit the ‘Submit’ button.
  • The details entered during NEET PG Counselling registration will be verified during document verification

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Step 3- Payment of NEET PG Counselling fees

  • NEET PG Counselling fees vary with the students’ category and university.
  • There are a non-refundable registration fee and a refundable tuition fee that you must pay to proceed.
  • Fee payment can be done through Net Banking/Credit card/ Debit card. The below-mentioned table elaborates the fee structure for NEET PG counselling-

NEET PG Counselling Non-Refundable Tuition Fee

Type Category Fee (INR)
50% AIQ/Central university UR 1000
Deemed University All Categories 5000

NEET PG Counselling Refundable Tuition Fee

Type Category Fee (INR)
50% AIQ/Central university UR 25,000
SC/ST/OBC/PwD 10,000
Deemed University All Categories 2,00,000

Step 4- Selecting the choices

  • Once the counselling process begins, on the left side of the window, a section displaying  available choice’s will be activated. if you have paid the fees for both kinds of counselling, you can select from both categories of choices.
  • You can click on ‘+’ option to make the preferences. As you start making choices, preferences will shift from the left side of the page to the right side.
  • You can change the order of choices, delete them before clicking on ‘save and continue’ option.

Step 5- Locking the choices

  • For final submission of the choices, it is mandatory to lock the choices you have made.
  • Until you lock your preferences, they can be modified.
  • Once you have locked them, they are considered final and cannot be changed later.

Step 6- Saving and taking the Printout

  • Candidates are advised to take a printout of the page after they have locked the choices.
  • Keeping a printout of the same avoids any confusion and is a proof for any future references.

List of Required Documents

Candidates are advised to take their documents at the reporting center. Aspirants without any document will not be allowed to take admission in any college. Candidates are required to take original and one photocopy of the documents at the reporting center. The list of document required for verification process are:-

  1. NEET PG 2020 Result
  2. NEET PG 2020 Admit Card
  3. Mark sheet of MBBS (1, 2 and 3 professional examinations)
  4. MBBS degree certificate or provisional certificate
  5. Certificate for completion of internship from the head of the institute stating the completion of internship on or before March 31, 2020
  6. Permanent or provisional registration certificate issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC)
  7. Higher secondary certificate/ high school/date of birth for birth proof
  8. One identification proof – PAN card, driving license, voter ID, passport and Aadhaar card
  9. SC/ST category candidates required to submit SC/ST category certificate (in English or Hindi)
  10. OBC certificate issued by competent authority
  11. Disability certificate issued by the medical board only

NEET PG 2020 Merit List

National Board of Examination will prepare the NEET PG 2020 Merit List. The qualified students will find their names in the merit list. Read the following content to understand the tie breaking criteria. It is useful to prepare the merit list.

NEET PG 2020 Tie Breaking Criteria

If two or more aspirants will get same marks, then tie breaker criteria are followed to publish the merit list and their ranks accordingly:

  • The aspirants, who will get less incorrect marks in three parts, will be ranked in NEET PG 2020 Merit list.
  • If the students will get higher marks in part C compared to the similar score obtained students, they will be ranked to the higher position in the list.
  • Similarly, the higher score obtained in part B will be positioned high in the merit list.
  • On the other hand, if the medical graduates will achieve less score in part B, they will be allotted higher rank.
  • Next, higher score obtained in part A, will be eligible to get higher position in the NEET PG 2020 merit list.
  • If the aspirants will get lesser score deduction for incorrect responses in part A, will be capable to secure better rank in the merit list.
  • Lastly, older age group candidates will be considered for higher rank.

NEET PG Seat Allotment

For NEET PG 2020 Seat Allotment the MCC will consider NEET PG Result, NEET PG Rank, Seats Availability, Preference provided, reservation criteria and other factors. MCC will declare the NEET PG 2020 counselling result considering candidates information filled in the registration. The seat allotment list will be released in online mode stating candidate’s All India Rank, remarks (whether allotted/not allotted), allotted college, course and allotted and candidate category.

Medical graduates who will be shortlisted for a seat will be allowed to download NEET PG 2020 seat allotment letter. Candidates need to visit the official website of MCC to download NEET PG 2020 allotment letter 2020 when released. 

The information printed in the allotment letter is:-

  • Candidate’s Name
  • NEET 2020 Rank
  • Allotted college
  • Category
  • Date and time of reporting among other details.

Detailed Explanations Related to the Basic Seat Counselling Process of NEET PG 2020

  • 50% AIQ Seats: Once the NEET PG 2020 result is out, 50% AIQ seat allotment process or the counselling process will be conducted by government of India and MCC of Directorate General of Health Services.
  • State Quota Seats: According to the score aquired by the students in NEET PG 2020 exam, the designated authority of the concerned states will organise this counselling process.
  • Admission to Deemed University/Private Medical colleges: To take admission into the private medical colleges, or in Deemed Universities, the counselling will be organised by the designated authorities of those universities.
  • Name Enrollment to Armed Forces Medical Service Institutions: Directorate General Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS), Government of India and Ministry of Defence will conduct the counselling process for taking admission into the AFMS institutions.
  • Admission to DNB Broad Specialty Courses: As per the merit list, National Board of Counselling organises the centralised merit based counselling.

NEET PG Counselling Round 2

If vacant seats left after round 1 then the second round of NEET PG 2020 counselling will be done. The eligibility of candidates appearing for the round of NEET PG 2020 counselling is mentioned below.

Eligibility for 2nd Round of Counselling

  1. Registered candidates who have not been allotted a seat in the first round.
  2. Candidates whose allotted seat got cancelled during document verification, who have secured seat under reserved quota due to change in category or PH status from Yes to No are eligible for counselling.
  3. Medical graduates who want to participate in the second round even after have been allotted, reported and joined the college.
  4. Candidates who exited from round one of counselling from round one and logs in again for the second round of NEET PG 2020 counselling.

Who are not eligible for taking part in the second round counselling of NEET PG 2020?

  • If the aspirants will not report to the allotted institute after completing the first round counselling process.
  • The students will not be capable to attend the second round counselling process if they will not change their category
  • If the candidates reported the institute, however withdraw their names, then they cannot attend the second round counselling process.
  • In case of not opting seat up-gradation, the students cannot attend the next counselling proess.

Important Instructions of NEET PG

  • To take into the Central and Deemed Unievrsities, the aspirants should qualify three counselling rounds. At last, they also need to clear the Final Mop up round of the University level, specially for the stray vacancies.
  • The candidates from Andhra Pradesh and Telengana can take part in the All India Counselling process.
  • If the students cannot enrol their names for round 1 counselling process, they can register their names and can attend the round 2 counselling process.
  • The qualified candidates have to pay the higher pay if they apply both for the AIQ and Deemed University. For instance, the charge of application will be INR 5000 that is for Deemed University.
  • If the aspirants will be allotted to join the University from round 1 couselling process, then they should complete the admission procedure.
  • If the students do not want to join to the allotted colleges, they can attend the second round counselling process. They do not need to apply for fresh registration. The seat allotment after first counselling process will be automatically cancelled. It will be allotted to the next eligible students (as per their ranks in merit list).
  • The students should bring proof and other required documents. If any discrepancy finds, then it can be corrected.