Check NEET PG 2023 March Result, MCC Counselling, Cutoff and Seats

Along with NEET PG 2023 Results, NBE will also publish the cut-off list (File/Representational Image)

NEET PG 2023 merit list will be prepared based on the rank obtained by the candidates. After publication of the award list, MCC conducts a counseling process

The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has conducted the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Aspiration Test (NEET PG) 2023 on March 5. According to the analysis of experts published in the media, the difficulty level of the exam is described as easy and easy. . The NEET PG 2023 result will be available on the official website or by March 31, NBE said in its release.

Along with the NEET PG 2023 results, the board will also announce the cutoff list. Candidates can download NEET PG 2023 scorecard from NBE official website at

NEET PG 2023 cutoff for general category candidates is 50th percentile and for reserved category cutoff is 40th percentile. Last year’s threshold for the general category was 275 points. For SC, ST and OBC it was 245 and 260 for general PH category candidates.

NEET PG 2023 merit list is prepared based on the rank obtained by the candidates. After the announcement of the merit list, the Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) will conduct the counseling process, which is expected to begin after four months.

MCC offers counseling for 50% All India Quota or AIQ seats, 100% seats in State Quota, Deemed/Central Universities, ESIC/AFMS and Private Institutes. The remaining 50 percent of AIQ seats will be filled as per the NEET PG 2023 counseling conducted by the respective state counseling authorities.

26,168 Doctor of Medicine (MD), 13,649 Master of Surgery (MS), 922 PG Diploma and 1,338 DNB CET seats are filled in medical colleges through NEET PG. Allotment of seats is done on the basis of NEET PG 2023 results, electives filled by candidates, availability of seats, reservation criteria and other relevant factors.

NEET PG 2023 aspirants had earlier demanded that the exam be postponed by 2-3 months, but the National Medical Commission refused to postpone the dates. Also, several students approached the Supreme Court to postpone the exam due to lack of preparation time. However, the Supreme Court refused to satisfy the request and the exam was held at the time. NBEMS said holding the exam as per schedule will help restore the academic calendar after the delays during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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