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NEET PG 2019 – NBE releases Synopsis of Results, Maximum Qualifiers from Tamil Nadu


NEET PG 2019 – NBE releases Synopsis of Results, Maximum Qualifiers from Tamil Nadu

New Delhi: Two days after announcing the much-awaited results of the NEET PG 2019 exam, the National Board of Examinations recently released the synopsis of the results of this year’s 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

NBE had conducted NEET-PG 2019 on 06/01/2019 in 167 cities across the country on a computer-based platform. NEET-PG is the only eligibility cum entrance examination for admission to all medical postgraduate courses in the country.

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

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The following medical post graduate seats shall be filled utilizing the merit list of NEET PG:

 All India 50% quota seats
 Institutions of Central Govt.
 Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions
 Universities established by an Act of Parliament
 Deemed Universities
 State quota seats
 Seats in private medical colleges
 Institutions established by State Govt. or by an Act of State
 Post-MBBS DNB seats

The admission to PG courses in the following medical institutions is not covered by NEET-PG:

 AIIMS, New Delhi and other AIIMS
 PGIMER, Chandigarh
 JIPMER, Puducherry
 NIMHANS, Bengaluru
 Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum

Some important statistics of NEET-PG 2019 are as follows:

NUMBER
No. of candidates registered 148713
No of candidates Present 143148
No of candidates Absent 5565
Indian Nationals 148345
NRIs 16
OCIs/PIO 128
Foreigners 224
Male 77543
Female 71170
Unreserved 70376
SC 18894
ST 7224
OBC 52219
Number of Cities in which exam conducted 167
No of NBE appointed independent

Appraisers

819

The result of NEET-PG 2019 has been declared by NBE on 31/01/2019 in accordance with the qualifying criteria indicated in the Information Bulletin. The cutoff qualifying marks for each category is as follows:

Category Minimum

Eligibility Criteria

Cut-off score (out of 1200)
General 50th Percentile 340
SC/ST/OBC (including

the person with the disability)

40th Percentile 295
General-Persons with

Disability

45th Percentile 317

*The category wise total number of candidates who have qualified NEET-PG 2019 are tabulated below:

QUALIFIED NOT QUALIFIED
CATEGORY NON-PH PH TOTAL NON-PH PH TOTAL GRAND

TOTAL

General 37221 84 37305 30348 199 30547 67852
OBC 31017 104 31121 19058 240 19298 50419
SC 8836 21 8857 9039 113 9152 18009
ST 2344 6 2350 4477 41 4518 6868

State-wise details of candidates qualified are as follows based on the information provided by the candidates in the application form:

S.NO MBBS STATE APPEARED QUALIFIED
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 10865 6323
2 ASSAM 2000 1117
3 BIHAR 3732 1737
4 CHANDIGARH 114 93
5 CHHATTISGARH 1397 701
6 DELHI 2066 1564
7 GOA 332 254
8 GUJARAT 6546 3646
9 HARYANA 1948 975
10 HIMACHAL PRADESH 686 401
11 JAMMU AND KASHMIR 1001 699
12 JHARKHAND 1074 577
13 KARNATAKA 15216 9219
14 KERALA 8573 6441
15 MADHYA PRADESH 5207 2170
16 MAHARASHTRA 15451 7441
17 MANIPUR 746 363
18 MEGHALAYA 135 96
19 ODISHA 3381 1864
20 PONDICHERRY 3903 2031
21 PUNJAB 2659 1622
22 RAJASTHAN 5070 2702
23 SIKKIM 346 184
24 TAMIL NADU 17067 11121
25 TELANGANA 7796 4344
26 TRIPURA 789 249
27 UTTAR PRADESH 9712 4173
28 UTTARAKHAND 1339 659
29 WEST BENGAL 6905 3923
30 OTHERS 7092 2944
GRAND TOTAL 143148 79633

*As per the state from which the candidate has done his/her MBBS.

The role of NBE is to conduct NEET-PG and declare the result in accordance with qualifying criteria and hand over the result to the Central Govt.

Candidature of the candidates is purely provisional subject to fulfilment of eligibility criteria as mentioned in NEET-PG 2019 Information Bulletin.  The merit position for  All India 50% quota seats shall be declared by NBE separately. The merit list/category wise merit list for State quota seats shall be generated by the States/UT as per their qualifying/eligibility criteria, applicable guidelines/Regulations & reservation policy.

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for more details students are requested to keep visiting the official website of Nat Board is mention below:

https://www.natboard.edu.in/

https://www.natboard.edu.in/pdoof/pbnotice2019/PRESS%20NOTE%20-%20NEET-PG%202019%20RESULT.pdf?h88233erhx90wsd0q2wk2s2ks2weuigfu3g77844jh89de

 



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  1. Mention total no.of pg seats in Govt.and Deemed,pvt college s.