15% reduction in the cut-off percentile for NEET SS 2021


The NMC has been instructed by the Ministry of Health to carry out a special cleanup round to fill the vacant seats left after the NEET SS 2021 Cleanup Advisory. 


The 2021 National Eligibilitycum Entrance Test Super Specialty (NEET SS) cutoff percentile has been reduced by up to 15%. The Union’s Department of Health and Family Welfare has also ordered the National Medical Commission (NMC) to conduct a special cleanup round to fill the approximately 930 vacant seats left after the NEET SS 2021 cleanup talks. More information on the NEET SS 2021 cutoff rate is available on the MCC website (mcc.nic.in). 


The results of NEET-SS 2021 were published by NBEMS on February 4, 2022. The  NEET-SS 2021 eligible percentile is the 50th percentile according to NEET SS Information Bulletin. A revised cutoff percentile of  NEET SS 2021 test results is also available at natboard.edu.in.  


The union’s Department of Health and Family Welfare had previously asked the NMC to carry out additional cleanup rounds with reduced percentiles to fill vacant SS seats. FAIMA has previously called on trade union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya to lower the eligibility criteria for the NEET SS 2021 advisory round, stating that high blocking limits prevent many physicians from meeting the blocking criteria. According to FAIMA, a high shutdown rate will result in vacancies and a year’s waste for NEETSS2022 candidates.

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