Kerala MBBS Merit List 2019
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Kerala MBBS Merit List 2019 - Commissioner of Entrance Exams (CEE), Kerala is the body responsible for releasing the merit list of Kerala MBBS 2019. For admission to BAMS and BHMS courses, the authority has released a revised merit list of candidates belonging to EWS category. Candidates can check the merit list in the link provided below. The authority had published the revised Kerala MBBS 2019 merit list for sports quota candidates. Earlier the authority had published a list of candidates who have joined the designated college in the AIQ counselling and thus are ineligible to participate in Kerala MBBS counselling. Candidates can check the list in the article below. The authority had released the revised merit list of Kerala MBBS BDS 2019 for EWS category. A link to check the merit list has been provided below. The list of ineligible NRI category candidates has also been released by the authority. A link to check the same has been provided below. The authority had earlier released the combined Kerala MBBS 2019 Merit list and merit list for NRI category. A link to check the PDF form of merit list has been provided below. Only aspirants who will register themselves can participate for admission to around 3182 MBBS and 2077 BDS seats offered by the government as well as private colleges. Based on the scores obtained in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - NEET exam, the Kerala MBBS 2019 merit list has been prepared. Kerala MBBS/BDS merit list 2019 displays the name of candidates, Kerala MBBS merit rank, NEET 2019 roll number, All India Rank and other details. Candidates included in the Kerala MBBS merit list 2019 will be allowed for admission under 85% state quota seats. Interested aspirants can check the article Kerala MBBS merit list 2019, tie-breaking method, previous year merit list and other details below.
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The remaining 15% seats from all government medical and dental colleges will be reserved for aspirants under All India Quota. The seat allotment of such aspirants will be done by Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) based on the NEET 2019 marks.

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How to download Kerala MBBS 2019 Merit List?

The state rank list will be available in PDF format. To check the merit list of Kerala MBBS and BDS 2019, aspirants can check the procedure mentioned below.

  • Click on the link provided on this page.

  • Enter the login credentials on the candidate portal.

  • Since the merit list has been released in PDF format, candidates need to search their Kerala MBBS application number and NEET roll number.

  • Students included in the merit list will be called for Kerala MBBS admission 2019.

Useful Links:
To check the revised Kerala MBBS merit list of sports quota candidates, click here
To check the list of ineligible candidates (admitted in AIQ) for Kerala MBBS 2019, click here

To check the list of ineligible NRI candidates, click here

To check the category list for Ayurveda course, click here

To check the category list for MBBS/BDS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS, click here

Kerala MBBS Merit List




Common merit list

Click here

Click here

Category-wise merit list

Available soon

Click here

Minority quota list

Click here

Click here

NRI quota merit list

Click here

Click here

PwD merit list

Available soon

Click here

Ayurveda Merit listClick here
EWS merit listClick here, Click here (Revised)

Eligibility for Kerala MBBS Merit List 2019

As per the eligibility criteria of Kerala MBBS BDS 2019 merit list, it is mandatory to qualify the NEET UG exam by securing the minimum qualifying percentile.

Kerala MBBS Rank List - Marks Vs Percentile

The cutoff of NEET 2019 must be secured to qualify the undergraduate medical entrance exam. The marks equivalent to the minimum percentile will be declared along with NEET 2019 result by June 5. Check the previous years’ percentile and marks corresponding to it from the table below.

NEET marks and percentile


NEET cut off percentile

NEET 2019 cut off marks (out of 720)

NEET 2018 cut off marks (out of 720)

NEET 2017 cut off marks (out of 720)


50 percentile





40 percentile





45 percentile





40 percentile




Kerala MBBS Merit List 2019 - Tie-Breaker Method

In case the marks of two or more candidates will be same while preparing the Kerala MBBS merit rank, then CEE, Kerala will follow the inter-se merit method as mentioned below to break the ties.

  • Firstly, aspirants with higher marks in Biology will be considered for a better rank.

  • If the tie still exists, the candidate’s higher marks in Chemistry will be preferred for the preparation of Kerala MBBS merit list.

  • If the tie is still there, then aspirants with lesser number of incorrect responses will be ranked above than others.

  • At last, a student elder in age will be allotted higher rank.

Highlights of Kerala MBBS 2019 Rank List

  • The merit list of Kerala MBBS BDS 2019 has been released in online mode

  • Kerala MBBS 2019 merit list has been published for all registered and eligible aspirants.

  • On the basis of marks obtained in NEET 2019, the state merit rank is prepared.

  • Students will be called for counselling based on the Kerala MBBS state merit rank.

What after the release of Kerala MBBS Merit List 2019

Once the merit list is published, the eligible students will be called for Kerala MBBS counselling 2019 process. Aspirants whose name will be listed in the merit list must fill their choices of colleges and courses through online mode. Based on the state merit rank, choices filled, seat availability in a particular college and reservation criteria, Kerala MBBS/BDS admission 2019 will be granted.

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