NEET PG 2020 Government Reduces Minimum Percentile Required for PG Admissions upto 50%. Medical Council of India, Board of Governors have decided to reduce the minimum cut off required for PG admissions by 50 per cent. The official notice for the same is available on mccindia.org- Details.
Earlier the counseling was called for general candidates who scored more than 50 percentile, the reserved category candidates who scored more than 40 percentile and the Divyang candidates with 25 percentile. The process that began on April 20 has to be completed by July 31, 2020.
There are a total of forty-eight thousand, 48000 seats for NEET PG admissions across the colleges in the entire country. Out of these 3000 seats have still been left vacant after 2 rounds of counseling. Total 500 seats are clinical and rest is non-clinical seats. Candidates must keep a check on the official website of the Medical Council of India for further updates.
As many seats are left vacant the government has decided to reduce the required percentile to take admissions by 50%. The general category students who wished to apply to various medical colleges can now apply if they have scored a minimum of 30 percentile rather than 50. Check out the official notice here.