Cut-offs for PG courses through NEET lowered by 7.5 percenti
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The Health Ministry has announced that the cut-offs for admission to PG medical courses through NEET 2017 will be reduced by 7.5 percentile points, taking them to 42.5 percentile for general candidates, 32.5 percentile for reserved category candidates and 37.5 percentile for PWD category. The move comes after the ministry received various representations from state governments which said that seats in some categories may remain vacant as there are not sufficient number of candidates available.

The qualifying criterion was 50 percentile points for general category, 40 percentile for OBC/SC/ST and 45 percentile for PWD category. As per the Ministry, this lowering of cut-offs by the Central government is applicable for the academic year 2017 only and around 9,000 additional candidates are expected to benefit by this decision,

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