NEET PG 2023 Round 3 Seat Allotment Results Declared Today

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is ready to unveil the results of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Postgraduate (NEET PG) 2023 round 3 seat allotment on September 16. This announcement is of great significance to medical aspirants who have eagerly registered for the third round of NEET PG counselling.

To access their seat allotment results, candidates should follow these steps:

  1. Visit the official MCC website at
  2. Locate the counselling allotment link.
  3. Log in using your registration number and password.
  4. Download your seat allotment result.

Selected candidates will need to report for admission at the designated medical colleges between September 18 and September 25. Additionally, candidates are advised to upload their required documents on the MCC portal on September 17. Verification of documents for the selected candidates will take place between September 26 and September 27.

Demand for a Cut-Off Marks Reduction

Amidst the release of NEET PG 2023 seat allotment results, there is a growing demand from various medical associations for a reduction in the qualifying cut-off percentile. The United Doctors Front Association (UDFA) has written a letter to Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and the National Medical Commission (NMC), urging them to consider lowering the cut-off percentile. Their aim is to enable more candidates to participate in the ongoing counselling process and secure admission to postgraduate courses.

The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has voiced similar concerns, advocating for a reduction in the percentile by up to 30 percent. The IMA emphasized the importance of this change, stating, “As a result of high cut-off scores, medical aspirants will not only be prevented from pursuing postgraduation within the country but may also be compelled to seek postgraduate opportunities abroad. This would further deplete India’s medical manpower pool precisely when the nation requires a robust medical workforce to safeguard its citizens.”

It’s worth noting that last year, the Ministry of Health, following the NMC’s recommendation, reduced the NEET PG qualifying percentiles. Under the revised criteria, the cut-offs were set at 25 percentile for the general category, 20 percentile for Persons with Disabilities (General), and 15 percentiles for Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward Class, and Persons with Disabilities.

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