NEET PG 2019 Result Statistics

National Board of Examinations (NBE) has published an official notice mentioning the statistics of NEET PG 2019 exam. As per the official notification, as many as 1,43,148 candidates took the online test, of which only 79,633 aspirants have qualified the national level post graduate entrance exam. The regulatory body conducted NEET PG entrance exam on January 6, 2019, except for J&K aspirants, which was held on January 17. The result of NEET PG 2019 was announced online on January 31, in the form of PDF file containing exam roll number, scores obtained (out of 1200) and All India Rank.

The cutoff of NEET PG has also been declared, with a hike by 19 marks for candidates belonging to unreserved category. The marks equivalent to minimum qualifying percentile for UR category is 340, while last year, the corresponding marks for same category was 321. For reserved category, the cutoff scores determined by NBE is 295, which indicates the hike of 14 marks than the previous year.

NEET PG Statistics 2019

As mentioned in the press release, 37,305 general category candidates managed to qualify the computer based test, while from OBC, SC and ST, as many as 31121, 8857 and 2350 have passed the NEET PG online exam, respectively.

Overall Statistics of NEET PG

Particulars

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

Number of Cities in which exam conducted

167

Number of NBE appointed independent appraisers

819

NEET PG Gender-wise statistics

This year, NEET PG saw 6373 number of male participants than females. Below is the NEET PG statistics of gender who appeared for the entrance test in the table below.

NEET PG Statistics of Gender

Gender

Candidates appeared

Male

77543

Female

71170

Difference

6373

NEET PG Result Statistics – Category-wise Qualification

NBE has released the category specific NEET PG result statistics for UR, OBC, SC and ST candidates. The aspirants from genera; category has outperformed with 37,305 passing the NEET PG exam for admission to MD and MS courses across the country. Check the category-wise qualification statistics in the table below.

NEET PG qualification by category

Category 

Registered 

Appeared

Absent

Qualified

Not qualified

Unreserved (including PH)

70,376

67,852

2524

37,305

30,547

OBC (including PH)

52,219

50,419

1800

31,121

19,298

SC (including PH)

18,894

18,009

885

8,857

9,152

ST (including PH)

7,224

6,868

356

2,350

4,518

Total

1,48,713

1,43,148

5,565

79,633

63,515

NEET PG Result 2019 Statistics – State-wise Qualification: Highest and Lowest

The state-wise number of candidates who qualified NEET PG 2019 exam has also been made available. With a total of 17,067 Tamil Nadu has recorded the highest number of participants who appeared for the entrance test. Also the state has emerged as the topmost number of qualified candidates who managed to secure the minimum qualifying cutoff and equivalent scores set by NBE.

However, on the other side, the state of Meghalaya has seen only 135 registrations, of which only 96 aspirants managed to pass the test.

State-wise NEET PG statistics

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After NEET PG Result 2019

NBE will release the merit list of NEET PG 2019 for 50% All India Quota candidates in the second week of February, which will mention the All India Rank. Based on these NEET PG rank, preferences of colleges as well as courses selected by them, seats availability, reservation criteria and other factors the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET PG counselling 2019 from second week of March.

5 Reasons Why You Should Take The JEE Main 2019 April Exam

jee main 2019

National Testing Agency (NTA) has given the candidates one of the best possible advantages. The engineering candidates who wish to take admission in the NITs, CFTI, and IIITs or even the IITs, have 2 shots to crack the JEE Main exam from now on. You did not do good in January attempt? You have another chance to improve the marks.

The registrations for JEE Main April 2019 is starting from February 08, 2019. The last date to apply is March 07, 2019. The April attempt will be held between 06 – 20, 2019. There will be two papers in the exam – Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech.) and Paper 2 (B.Arch/B.Plan). The paper 2 will have 3 parts, out of which the Part3 (drawing section) will be held in offline mode.

Here are a few reasons that support why you should appear in the JEE Main 2019 April Exam, even if you have scored well in the January Exam.

#1 In the second attempt, there is probability to score more: Since the candidates who have appeared in the January exam have a hold over the exam pattern, type of questions, the difficulty level, the weightage of the subjects in the paper; the chances to perform even better in the April exam increases.

#2 Study Materials Handy: the preparation resources like the question papers and answer keys from the recent exam is available with you. You can utilize the same to prepare for the April exam. It becomes easier to know what to expect out of the second exam as they already have the experience of the January exam.

#3 You know your strength and weakness now: Since you have appeared in the real exam environment you know where you are lacking – Is it speed? Is it accuracy? or is it some other factor. You know it all by now. Thus, you can just work on those points and score even better in the second attempt.

#4 In the April attempt, there will be no major difference: The difficulty level and the exam pattern is not going to change in the second attempt for sure. Therefore the candidates who have attempted the exam in January month can take full advantage of what they have grasped from the first attempt and how can they transform the same into their advantage.

#5 A chance to learn from your mistakes and score better: This is a golden opportunity that the candidates can utilize. They know where they have failed in the first attempt and what had led to any bad score. Also, the candidates who have scored well, they can analyze what can be done to score even better.

Thus, if you have scored really well in the first attempt and are thinking to skip the second attempt – rethink!

There is no harm in taking another attempt, on the other hand, you have the scope of improvement. NTA will take the best score out of both the attempts to prepare the final merit list. Thus, even if you fear to score badly in the second attempt there is no harm. The better score will be taken into consideration.

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