AIPMT 2016 Participating States and Medical Colleges
AIPMT 2016 Participating States and Medical Colleges – Many Universities/Medical Institutions participates in AIPMT 2016 and accept score for admission to MBBS and BDS seats under their control. There are 8 states and 4 medical institutions are participating in AIPMT 2016. These states and medical colleges will not conduct entrance exam for admission to MBBS and BDS seats under their control. AIPMT 2016 Participating STates and Medical Colleges will accept AIPMT 2016 score for respective states and medical colleges issued by examination authority Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
The allotment of 85% quota seats of 8 participating states and 3 medical colleges will be done on the basis of AIPMT 2016 score. While admission to all MBBS seats of Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune will be done through counselling.
The table given below shows AIPMT 2016 Participating States and Medical Colleges:
Name of Participating States in AIPMT 2016
Name of Participating Medical Colleges in AIPMT 2016
Armed Force Medical Services
University of Delhi
Banaras Hindu University
Meghalaya * (subject to confirmation from the state government)
AIPMT 2016 is national level entrance exam scheduled to be conducted on May 1 at various centres located on 25 cities in India and 1 in abroad for admission to 15% All India Quota seats in medical and dental colleges of India except Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir.
The exam will conducted in pen and paper based mode as per the syllabus prescribed by the examination authority. Based on the AIPMT 2016 exam pattern the question booklet will have 180 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany subjects.
Candidates can check the list given below for medical/dental colleges where MBBS and BDS seats are available for through AIPMT 2016:
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For being eligible for NEET as a Candidate belonging to OBC Category, you should secure a minimum of 40 percentile of the top NEET score. That is the cut off formula. Now the formula remains the same while the marks change. Cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. In 2019, the cut off for OBC Category was 107-133 which was 15 marks greater than those of 2018. Now again as mentioned. cut offs change every year and so you should aim for securing atleast 150 to be qualified in NEET. But this is not enough for you to secure a seat. So you have to secure atleast 550 and above for a seat in Goverment Medical College and atleast 450 for a seat in a Private Medical College. This is just an approximate but yes your target should be nothing less than 550. Because in few States like Bihar, Delhi, UP,etc the cut offs are way higher than in other States like Tamilnadu, Gujarat, etc. So even if you do not belong to any one of these States but for securing a seat under All India Counselling in any one of these States, you will need more than 550. To help you with your NEET preparation, we have NEET Knockout packages that you can check at: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/. To help you during admission and counselling, we have https://www.careers360.com/mbbs-companion.
If covid 19 cases increases the NTA again postpone the neet exam after September 13 ?
Only 2 days back, The MHRD has come up with a new schedule for JEE Mains, JEE Advanced and NEET 2020. JEE Main examination will be held between 1st-6th Sept, JEE advanced exam will be held on 27th Sept & NEET examination will be held on 13th Sept. At this point in time, this is the information we have. And it is important to take things as they happen because we cannot predict the futire and this Pandemic is not something that we wish happens because lives are at stake. So for now, lets stick to the current schedule and hope for the best. And if you are preparing for NEET, you should try our NEET Knockout package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/ . And NEET and JEE Mains might not be postponed further because the Government is making arrangements for the Vaccine to be introduced on August 15th.
My total marks of physics, chemistry and biology are 114/300 but my overall percentage are more than 50 then Can I give NEET exam??
Neet eligibility criteria says that,
to be eligible you must have passed your 12th with English and PCB (pass in both the theory and practical ) with at least 50 % in aggregate of PCB ( in theory +practical) in 12th examination if you belong to general category or at least 40% in aggregate of PCB if belongs to Obc/ Sc /st
So , it is your PCB aggregate which matters and not overall percentage.
Now , you have got 114/300 in PCB i.e 38 % and thus not eligible for neet as you fail fulfill the aforesaid percentage criteria
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With the spread of the corono, the neet was postponed. if that happens in September as well.is there a possibility of postponing the neet exam ?
As spread of Corona virus is increase rapidly and the conditions are worsening day by day so there are strong chances that NEET 2020 can be further postponed but till now as per the latest notification issued by NTA NEET UG 2020 is scheduled on September 13th.
If there will be any further postponement you will be notified through mail or SMS and don't believe on rumors.
I hope this information helps you.
will the neet pg/mds cut off be reduced twice a year ...? has it ever happened before ...?
The cut offs are usually reduced when the no.of Candidates qualified for the first time are lesser than the no.of unfilled or vacant seats. I 2019 as well, DCI reduced the cut offs just like in the previous years. But there has been no mention of the cut offs being reduced twice in the same year. This year as well for NEET MDS 2020, the cut offs have been reduced by 18.935 percentage which is approximately 66 marks across all Categories. Now the new Cut offs are as follows:
General PWD: 26.065
And the revised marks are as follows:
General PWD: 204
It doesn't look like the cut offs will be further reduced. Nevertheless, please follow the official website for more information. You can also refer our article for more information: https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-mds-cut-off