Admission through NEET

Admission through NEETAdmission through NEET: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted NEET 2017 on May 7 for admissions to MBBS and BDS seats in Government, Private, Central, and Deemed medical universities, across the country. With the conclusion of the test, aspirants now might wonder about their ranks and counselling procedures in their preferred medical colleges. To support such candidates, Careers360 here provides previous year's NEET Cutoff and Ranks, across all States and Union Territories for admissions. This will help candidates take an informed decision about their admissions in medical universities. Candidates can get a fair idea about the cutoff of 15% All India Quota Seats as well as 85% State Quota Seats from the details provided by us.  Although the NEET ranks are of previous year's, it is likely that the States and UT's will follow the same trend in their opening and closing ranks.

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NEET Previous Year Cutoff (2016)


Candidates can check the table below for NEET 2016 Cut off under All India Quota seats:

 

NEET Cutoff score under 15% All India Quota seats

Category

Marks Range

No. of Candidates

Unreserved

685 - 468

14315

OBC

468- 465

230

SC

468- 352

2815

ST

466 - 303

1427

Unreserved & PH

466-214

430

OBC & PH

213-210

10

SC & PH

209-130

75

ST & PH

213 - 118

23

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NEET Overall Cutoff (Category-wise) 2016

 

NEET Overall Cutoff was the minimum eligibility for participating in counselling procedure in any medical or dental college across the country, except in AIIMS and JIPMER.

Category

Marks Range

Qualifying Criteria

No. of Candidates

Unreserved

685 - 145

50th Percentile

171329

OBC

678 - 118

40th Percentile

175226

SC

595 - 118

40th Percentile

47183

ST

599 - 118

40th Percentile

15710

Unreserved & PH

474 - 131

45th Percentile

437

OBC & PH

510 - 118

40th Percentile

597

SC & PH

415 - 118

40th Percentile

143

ST & PH

339 - 118

40th Percentile

36

NEET 2016 State-Wise Cutoff for MBBS Seats

Candidates can check below category-wise cutoff across different states- 

 

Assam

Cutoff for MBBS programme in Assam

Category

Opening Rank

Closing Rank

General

2

3179

SC

415

1001

OBC/MOBC

356

653

ST HILLS

645

2859

ST Plain

450

2498

Maharashtra

Cutoff for MBBS programme in Maharashtra

Category

Opening Rank

Closing Rank

SC

310

8648

SC H

2287

14942

ST

192

17558

D1

307

7728

D2

5

22379

D3

1072

17287

OBC

40

2877

OBC H

865

14070

OBC W

65

2302

ST H

14108

39243

Tamil Nadu

Cut off for MBBS programme in Tamil Nadu

Category

Opening Rank

Closing Rank

BC

178

1193

BCM

138

5296

MBC/DNC

54

6307

OC

729

664

SC

1588

11356

SCA

1625

13830

ST

13750

16770

The result of NEET 2017 will be declared on June 8 in the form of scorecard consisting of candidate’s All India Rank, category wise rank and percentile score, etc. Further, admission to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats along with 85% state quota and other states/universities/medical institutions will also use the NEET result at their discretion for admission to seats under their control.

 

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Hi Ritik, The minimum age limit according to updated rules is 17 years. So, yes for now we can say that you will be eligible in 2020. But rules can change anytime. So, we are not sure.All the bes...Read More
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The Syllabus of NEET 2018 will be exactly same as it was for NEET 2017; CBSE issues notification.

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