Hyderabad: The National Board of Examinations(NBE) on 18 February announced the results and score card for NEET PG All India 50 per cent Quota. The result of NEET-PG 2020 was declared on 20 January.

Individual score card for NEET-PG 2020 All India 50 per cent Quota will be available for download at NEET-PG website https://nbe.edu.in by 20 February. Cut-off scores for All India 50 per cent Quota for MD, MS, and post-graduate diploma courses for the academic year is 366 for economically weaker sections, 319 for OBC,SC,ST candidates, and 342 for persons with disabilities.

NEET-PG 2020 candidates with scores of or above cut-off scores mentioned in their respective categories are eligible for participating in the counseling for All India 50 per cent Quota to be conducted by DGHS, MoHFW.
The All India 50 per cent Quota score card of candidates who are eligible for online counseling for can be seen and downloaded from the NEET-PG website https://nbe.edu.in. The candidates are advised to visit the website of the medical counseling committee www.mcc.nic.in for details of seats and schedule of counseling.

All qualified candidates are advised to remain in touch with MCC website (www.mcc.nic.in) and the ministry of health and family welfare website (www.mohfw.nic.in) for information regarding post-graduate admission process, counseling schedule, and instructions. The selected candidates are advised to send their queries regarding counseling, if any, to [email protected]

Candidates who have studied/passed MBBS from Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for All India 50 per cent Quota. However, candidates who were nominated by the government of India (under Central pool seats) to do MBBS from medical colleges in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir are eligible for admission to All India 50 per cent Quota.

Anusha Puppala

Anusha Puppala is currently working at NewsMeter. She had earlier worked as a reporter with ANI and The News Minute. Previously, she has worked as a Senior Reporter with the Deccan Chronicle Newspaper, covering education beat. She had briefly associated with the national television channel Tiranga TV as a special correspondent. Anusha has extensively written stories on education, traffic, civic-issues, human-Interesting, off-Beat, consumer issues, health and environment. Hailing from Visakhapatnam, Anusha is a social media buff and a passionate foodie. If not reporting, you will always find her travelling.

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