The cumulative scorecard for NEET-PG and NEET MDS 2023-All India 50% Quota Seats was just made public by the National Board of Examinations (NBE). The NEET-PG and NEET MDS tests, which will be held on March 5 and 1, 2023, respectively, are very important for future medical professionals. We will examine the results in-depth in this article and offer crucial details for applicants.
Medical graduates seeking admission to postgraduate programmes in India are eagerly awaiting the NEET-PG and NEET MDS exams. The National Board of Examinations (NBE) administers these tests, which are crucial in assessing students’ eligibility for seats allocated under the All India 50% Quota.
Release of NEET-PG 2023 Results
The NEET-PG 2023 results, including the candidates’ scores and rankings, have been released by the NBEMS. Candidates can view the results by going to the NBEMS’ official websites, natboard.edu.in and nbe.edu.in. You can see the outcome by clicking here.
Minimum Qualifying Criteria for Admission
To be eligible for admission to MD/MS/DNB/Diploma courses, candidates must meet the minimum qualifying criteria as mentioned in the NEET-PG 2023 Information Bulletin. The cut-off scores for various categories are as follows:
General / EWS: 50th Percentile – 291 out of 800
General-PwBD: 45th Percentile – 274 out of 800
SC/ST/OBC (Including PwBD of SC/ST/OBC): 40th Percentile – 257 out of 800
Question Review and Technical Correctness
following the completion of NEET-PG 2023, each question was examined by subject matter experts in the relevant fields to guarantee the technical accuracy and correctness of the questions and solution manuals. No question was determined to be technically incorrect or unclear based on the expert input.
Positions of Honour and Category-specific Honour Rolls
For the 50% All India Quota seats, the merit position will be announced separately. The final merit list and category-by-category merit list for state quota seats will be generated by each state/union territory (UT) based on its eligibility requirements, applicable rules/regulations, and reservation policy.
Effects of Unfair Methods
Candidates who are discovered using unethical tactics during the exam will be punished. The NBEMS reserves the authority to penalize such candidates as necessary. The results and candidature of any applicant who engaged in unethical practises and was deemed qualified for NEET-PG 2023 shall be revoked.
Download an individual scorecard
Starting on March 25, 2023, candidates who took the NEET-PG 2023 exam can access their individual scorecards on the official website, nbe.edu.in. The scorecard gives specific information about how well the candidate performed on the test.
Criteria for Provisional Candidature and Eligibility
Candidates’ eligibility to run is determined by meeting the requirements outlined in the NEET-PG 2023 Information Bulletin, and their candidature is only provisional. Additionally, as necessary, their Face ID/Biometric data may be confirmed.
Query Contact Information
Candidates can call NBEMS at 011-45593000 for any questions or help. Additionally, they can get in touch with NBEMS using the Communication Web Portal at exam.natboard.edu.in.
Candidates can now evaluate their performance and eligibility for admission to MD, MS, DNB, and diploma programmes now that the NEET-PG 2023 results have been out. Understanding the minimal requirements for eligibility and the effects of unfair means is crucial. Candidates should download their individual scorecards for future reference and frequently check the official websites for updates. It is advised to get in touch with NBEMS through the available channels if you have special questions.