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The Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Shri J.P. Nadda briefing the media on issues related to NEET, in New Delhi on May 24, 2016.

NEET PG and NEET SS cut off percentile reduced by 15%; about 18000 students to be benefitted

Newdelhi:24/4/18 The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has reduced the NEET PG and NEET SS cut off percentile by 15%. The decision is likely to benefit about 18000 students as this will improve the chances of filling up PG seats and minimizing wastage of seats.

Referring to the decision, Shri J P Nadda, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare stated that all efforts are being made to fill up the PG seats. “This is a significant step towards strengthening medical sector and indicates the priority given by the government to the health sector. We are making sure that there is adequate manpower for providing quality health services,” Shri Nadda added.

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