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NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST (UG) 2020 (NEET (UG) - 2020) will be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses and other undergraduate medical courses in approved/recognized Medical/Dental & other Colleges/ Institutes in India.

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Exam Date: 27 Apr, 2019

NEET 2019 cut off for government colleges - Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), on behalf of MCC, will release the NEET cut off 2019 for government colleges for admission to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats. Meanwhile, NEET 2019 cut off for government colleges for 85% state quota seats will be released by respective state counselling authorities. The NEET cutoff for government colleges is usually the last rank or minimum score for which admission is offered; so any candidate who scores below the cutoff will not get admission. The NEET 2019 cut off for government colleges depend on a number of factors like number of sanctioned seats in a specific institute, applications received for admission, category and performance of candidates in NEET exam. So, the cut off will vary from one institute to another.

NEET 2019 was conducted in pen-and-paper mode on May 5. The exam, which was until last session was conducted by CBSE, is now conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). The result of NEET 2019 has been declared on June 5.

NEET 2019 cutoff marks for government colleges - 15% All India Quota

The cutoff marks (or ranks) of NEET 2019 for government colleges under 15% All India Quota will be available at the time of counselling and seat allotment. NEET cutoff 2019 marks for government colleges will be updated on this page once it is released by DGHS.

Candidates may in the meantime go through NEET 2018 cut off for government colleges to get a rough estimate as to what rank or marks they need to obtain to have a fair chance of admission.

The cutoff of NEET 2018 for government colleges have been provided separately for dental and medical courses for all the states.

Exam Date: 05 May, 2018

NEET Cutoff 2020 - National Testing Agency (NTA) will release NEET 2020 cutoff percentile along with the release of bulletin. While the cutoff of NEET 2020 scores equivalent to percentile will be announced by June 4, along with the result. NEET cut off 2020 varies for each category. Medicos must secure NEET 2020 minimum cutoff percentile and scores to qualify the offline entrance exam. NEET cutoff 2020 for General category candidates is 50th, while qualifying percentile for SC/ST/OBC aspirants will be 40th. Aspirants who wish to pursue MBBS/BDS abroad must also pass the exam by securing NEET cut off percentile and scores in order to be deemed eligible.

In accordance with previous year NEET statistics, out of 14,10,755 test takers only 7,97,042 candidates managed to qualify the exam by securing equal to or more than NEET cutoff qualifying percentile. As per last year, unreserved category aspirants had to secure at least NEET cut off marks range of 701-134, in order to get equal to the 50th percentile. While, candidates belonging to reserved categories had to secure marks range of 133-107. For Persons with Disabilities (PwD),The conducting authority will determine the cutoff of NEET 2020 to shortlist the candidates for admission to 76,928 MBBS, 525 BVSc & AH, 26,949 BDS and other AYUSH courses offered by government and private colleges of India. Based on the minimum qualifying percentile of NEET 2020 exam, the merit list will be prepared By Medical Counselling Committees (MCC) for admission to 15% AIQ, deemed/central universities, AFMS and ESIC institutes. While, the respective state counselling authorities will use NEET 2020 cut off for granting admission to 85% state quota seats and other private institutes in the state. Read all the details related to NEET cutoff 2020 mentioning the minimum qualifying percentile, cut off ranks and trends, tie breaking criteria and merit list.

Exam Date: 02 May, 2017

NEET 2017 Cut off – NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). It is a national level examination which is responsible for the admission into MBBS and BDS courses. After qualifying this examination, you will be eligible to seek admission in various medical and dental colleges across the country. Tentatively NEET 2018 is going to be conducted in the 1st week of May 2018, though an official notification is yet to be out. The CBSE released the NEET 2017 Cut off along with the NEET 2017 result on June 23rd 2017. The NEET cut off is the minimum possible marks one must secure to be eligible for the counselling rounds. The cut-offs are decided by the CBSE. In 2017, a total of 6,11,739 were shortlisted for counselling, based on the NEET 2017 cut off. The cut off depends on various factors like: the number students appearing, difficulty level of the paper, number of seats available in the Medical and BDS colleges etc. In order to clear the NEET 2017 cut off , a general category student had to secure a minimum 50 percentile, a SC/ST category student had to secure a minimum score of 40 percentile. Further, among the qualified students, top 15% scorers were directly eligible to participate in NEET 2017 counselling in 15% All India Quota (AIQ). In the year 2016, 171329 candidates qualified the NEET from the General category. NEET 2016 cut off marks for the General category were from 145 to 685. For the OBC category, NEET 2016 cut off marks were from 118 to 678. Please read further to know more about the NEET cut offs for previous years.

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