New Delhi: Soon after announcing the result of NEET PG 2019 examination on January 31st 2019, the National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released now released scorecard of NEET PG 2019 on February 6.
All those Aspirants who are included in NEET PG 2019 result can download the scorecard from the NBE official website.
It has to be noted that the scorecard has to be downloaded from the NEET PG 2019 official website and the it will not be sent individually to the candidates.
Students are also requested to view their scorecard on the link mention below:
NEET PG 2019 was conducted on January 6 for over 1,48,000 candidates in 165 cities.
NBE had also arranged several centres in Jammu and Kashmir, but some students could not make it for the test due to inclement weather. A separate exam for these affected students was conducted on January 17.
All the candidates, who appeared for NEET PG this year, can now check their results on the official website of NBE.
Steps to download NEET PG Score Card 2019:
As mentioned above, NEET PG 2019 scorecard has been made available on February 6. A link is provided above on this page to download the scorecard of NEET PG 2019. Check the steps to download NEET PG result cum scorecard below.
- Click on the link provided above in the article.
- Enter the NEET PG user ID and password
- Verify and submit the details carefully.
- The scorecard of NEET PG 2019 is displayed on the screen.
- Qualified aspirants must cross-check the details printed on it and download it for further references.
Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that the NBE had released the synopsis of the exam. The synopsis lays down the distribution of results as per state, category, gender also highlighting how many students appeared for the exam at how many centres. This year 148713 medicos applied for the exam while 143148 appeared on the day on the NEET PG exam. Further male applicants were more than female candidates this year
This year saw maximum numbers of exam takers in the state of Tamil Nadu with 17067 medicos appearing for the exam of which 11,. This was followed by the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka where over 15,000 PG aspirants appeared for the exam. However, when it came to qualifiers (those who cleared the exam), only 7441 doctors cleared in Maharashtra while the same figure for Karnataka was 9219
For more details keep visiting the original website of Nat Board is given below: