ALL ABOUT NEET2019 CUTOFF, TOP COLLEGES, SEATS & APPLICANTS ETC.


ALL ABOUT NEET2019 CUTOFF, TOP COLLEGES, SEATS & APPLICANTS ETC.

NEET 2019 exam will be conducted on May 5 for MBBS, BDS admission. The admit cards will be released on April 15. The results are expected to be released by June 5.

With a growth of 14.4% of registrations from the last year, NEET registration for the year 2018 has closed on 7th December, 2018. The regulatory body of NEET, National Testing Agency (NTA) has seen an ascend in the NEET registration 2019 to a record of 15.19 lakh candidates. Earlier, a total of 13,26,725 aspirants appeared for NEET 2018, while 11.38 lakh registrations were received for the year 2017.It offers around 66,771 MBBS and 27,148 BDS seats in government, private, deemed and central universities across India.The scores of this examination will be the basis for MBBS, BDS and AYUSH courses across India, except for the institutes under AIIMS, New Delhi and JIPMER, Puducherry.

The NEET cutoff score is the minimum marks that students must score in the exam in order to appear for the counselling.

Students must have an idea about how much they must score in the exam. Clearing the NEET cutoff, however, doesn’t guarantee admission. Candidates appearing for NEET 2019 must keep that in mind and plan their preparation accordingly.

The Supreme Court of India, one day before the scheduled last date of NEET application form 2019, permitted the students of 25 years and above to appear for NEET (UG) entrance examination for admission. But they also mentioned that the admission of such candidates will be subject to the final outcome of the case.

Overview of NEET 2019 Entrance Exam-

Examination mode- Pen and Paper

Time of Examination- 2 pm to 5 pm

Cut off for GENERAL- 50 percentile

OBC, SC, ST- 40 percentile

Official NEET Cutoff 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016

The NEET cutoff depends upon multiple factors which are tabulated below:

Factors on Which NEET Cutoff Depends
1.       The total number of seats available in various medical and dental colleges            across the country
2.      The total number of students appearing for the exam
3.      The difficulty level of NEET for that particular year

NEET Expected 2019 Cutoff

General- Cut off 50th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 720-360

OBC- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 720-288

SC- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 720-288

ST- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 720-288

NEET 2018 Cutoff

Along with NEET result, CBSE has released the NEET Cutoff 2018. Thisrefers to the mark’s students would have to score to appear for NEET counselling for admission to government colleges under 15% All India Quota/State Quota for good government colleges.

General- Cut off 50th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 119

OBC- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 96

SC- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 96

ST- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 96

NEET 2017 Cutoff

As per data, 10,90,085 candidates appeared for NEET 2017. The minimum marks that were required for unreserved candidates to qualify for the exam were 131. For SC/ST/OBC candidates, the NEET cutoff was 107.

General- Cut off 50th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 697-131

OBC- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 130-107

SC- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 130-107

ST- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 130-107

NEET 2016 Cutoff

The NEET cutoff score in 2016 for General candidates was 145 and for SC/ST/OBC candidates was 118.

General- Cut off 50th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 685-145

OBC- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 678-118

SC- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 678-118

ST- Cut off 40th Percentile, Marks Range will go like 678-118

NEET Reservation policies and criteria are applicable for 15 % All India Quota (AIQ) seats as per Government of India norms. On the other hand, criteria for reservation in state quota seats are subject to the rules of the state governing body/counselling authority. To claim seats under reserved categories through NEET, candidates must satisfy additional criteria specified in the official notification.

 

Reservation under 15% All India Quota

The reservation of seats for 15% All India Quota is indicated in the table below:

Category Seats Reserved (%)
Scheduled Caste 15%
Scheduled Tribe 7.5%
OBC (Non-creamy layer) 27%
Physically handicapped 3%

Also, the 100% seats in private universities/colleges will also be done by the state counselling committee, subject to the policies of Government of India/State/Union Territory.

The division of the total number of governments MBBS seats through NEET, into AIQ and State Quota is given in the table below. Also given is the data for government MBBS seats available in Central Universities (DU, BHU, AMU), for which the respective University rules will be applicable for admission.

Top Medical Colleges in India, as per NEET score.

There are around 400 medical colleges in India that accept NEET score. Here we are highlighting top few: –

  • Armed Force Medical College (AFMC), Pune.
  • Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
  • Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi.
  • Grant Medical College, Mumbai.
  • Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute.

CORRECTION WINDOW- If in case there a chance you made any mistake, this duration is the last opportunity to rectify your mistake and submit your file properly. 

Opens on 14th January

Closes on 31st January.

For any further clarity please visit the official Website of NTA- https://ntaneet.nic.in/Ntaneet/Welcome.aspx

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