NEET MDS cut-off 2023 revised as health ministry lowers qualifying percentile; no change in result

NEET MDS 2023 Cut Off: The health ministry has approved reduction of qualifying percentile across all categories by 31.80 percentile. Check revised scores.

NEET MDS cut-off 2023 revised as health ministry lowers qualifying percentile; no change in result NEET MDS 2023 cut off revised (Representational Image: Wikimedia Commons)
Vagisha Kaushik | Sep 22, 2023 - 4:58 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: After revising NEET PG 2023 cut off, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has now approved the reduction of NEET MDS 2023 cut off for dental admissions by 31.807 percentile for each category. However, there is no change in NEET MDS 2023 result declared on March 10, the National Board of Examinations (NBE) informed.

“The result of NEET-MDS 2023 was declared on 10th March, 2023. In accordance with the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare letter dated 21st September 2023, the minimum qualifying percentiles have been lowered [in pursuance of the 2nd Proviso in clause 7 (1) of DCI’s Master of Dental Surgery Course (1st Amendment) Regulations, 2018] for NEET-MDS 2023 as follows,” said NBE while issuing the revised cut off of NEET MDS 2023.

NEET MDS revised cut off 2023

Accordingly, NEET MDS 2023 revised cut-off for the academic session 2023 is as follows:


Minimum qualifying percentile as per information bulletin

Cut-off score (Out of 960)

Qualifying percentile

Revised cut-off score (Out of 960)

General (UR/EWS)

50th percentile





45th percentile




SC, ST, OBC (including PwD)

40th percentile




“All the candidates are advised to remain in touch with the websites of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) and concerned State Counselling Authorities for latest updates/information regarding Post Graduate Dental counselling and admission,” NBE added.

Recently, the health ministry approved the reduction of NEET PG 2023 cut off to “zero” across all categories. The decision was taken with disappointment and condemnation by medical students, aspirants, and doctors who called it “murder of merit” and said that it will encourage money making by private colleges.

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