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Announcement on NEET PG 2023 cut-off percentile: Reduction of Qualifying Percentile to Zero across categories

On demand, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Medical Education Policy has declared that the NEET PG 2023 cut-off percentile has been dropped to zero across categories.  In response to the request to lower the cut-off percentage, the efforts of UDFA National President Dr. Lakshya Mittal have made it feasible for everyone to participate in the remaining counseling sessions.

The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has made a ground-breaking announcement on the qualifying percentile for NEET PG 2023, creating new opportunities for medical aspirants across India. This choice has received a lot of attention and praise because it differs from the conventional method for medical admissions. There is no cutoff for any category. The abolition of any qualifying percentile cutoff for all student groups is one of the biggest improvements. To be eligible for NEET PG, candidates from the General, OBC, SC, ST, and EWS categories would no longer need to obtain a minimum percentile. With this action, the field of medical education will be made more inclusive and conducive to equal opportunity.

Anubhav Garg, Counselor and founder of TAB INDIA believes that the decision to lower the qualifying percentiles for the NEET PG 2023 exam is a historic one that has the potential to completely alter the landscape of medical education in India. The announcement will not affect the career of any students since it still depends on the merit basis. With this, the vacant seats will no go in vain and the students that are still practicing will get the chance to come in the front field professionally.  It seeks to lessen the stress level and advance diversity in the medical industry by doing away with cutoffs. To ensure a balance between accessibility and competence in medical education, authorities will need to monitor and adjust to the situation since its long-term effects on the quality of medical education are still up for debate.

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