NEET 2018: Central Government gifts to thousands of children, deducted 15% cut-off percentage

The National Eligibility Low Entrance Test (NEET) has reduced the percents. The Modi government has reduced the cut-off percentage for the NEET 2018 PG and Super Specialty (SS) by 15 percent. This information has been given in the statement released by the Health Ministry. This decision of the government will benefit 18,000 candidates.

The statement issued by the Ministry of Health has been informed that cut-off percentage has been reduced for NEET 2018 PG and Super Specialty. I.e. 40 percent of the 50 percent of general category category and 40 percent of SC / ST / OBC has been reduced by 15 percent. Now, for the general category to pass, 35 percentile and reserved category will need 25 percentile.

Union Health Minister JP Nadda said that all these decisions are being taken to fill the post graduate seats. He said, 'This is an important step towards strengthening the medical sector and shows the priority given to it by the government. We are ensuring that we have enough manpower to provide good health care. " It is being said that it will clear the path of admission for candidates who get fewer than this decision, but this will make a difference to the quality.

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