NEET 2018 Result: TN performs worst among major states; Coaching hubs Rajasthan, Delhi record 74 % success rate
Apratim Chatterjee, 04 Jun 2018, #NEET
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As the NEET results were announced today, states of Rajasthan and Delhi recorded 74 per cent candidates from each of the two states qualifying for counselling stage for MBBS and BDS admissions. The state of Rajasthan which boasts of coaching hub Kota and the national capital with multiple centres of almost all leading coaching institutes have bagged the top two spots in terms of success rates for candidates appearing for the All India level medical entrance exam from different states.

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Out of a total of 79,057candidates appearing from Rajasthan, a total of 58,738 candidates qualified for the counselling stage. Similarly, the national capital which saw 27,666 candidates appearing for the test has 20,397 candidates qualifying for the counselling round.
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Among the major states, Tamil Nadu recorded the worst performance with only 40 per cent of the candidates qualifying for the counselling.

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After the NEET 2018 Results were announced on June 4, a total of 7,14,562 test takers were deemed qualified for the counselling round. A total of 12,69,922 candidates had appeared for the May 6 National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) administered by CBSE.

 

The outperforming states

 

Besides Rajasthan and Delhi, states like Haryana and Andhra Pradesh have also recorded a high success rate with as much as 73 per cent candidates qualifying for counselling from both the state, followed closely by Chandigarh at 72 per cent. Some other southern Indian states with a good qualifying percentage of candidates are Telangana (69%), Kerala (67%) and Karnataka (64%).

 

Manipur performs best amongst North-East states

 

Amongst the seven sister states from North-East, only Manipur has managed to reach a success percentage of 63, while the others have witnessed less than 50 per cent candidates qualifying for counselling from these states.

 

Exam centre allocation may have cost TN candidates heavily

 

The controversies that surrounded centre allocation for Tamil Nadu candidates outside the home state also reflected in the qualifying percentage of candidates from the state. Tamil Nadu is only third from bottom in the performance chart. The state has only 40 per cent candidates qualifying for counselling.

 

According to the official data on NEET Results, the Tamil Nadu witnessed only 45,336 candidates qualifying for counselling out of the total 1,14,602  appearing for the test from the state. According to the experts, centre allocation outside state might have resulted in poor performance of candidates from Tamil Nadu.

 

Many candidates from the state were allotted centre outside Tamil Nadu which led to protests where students and parents demanded re-allocation of test centre within state. The TN candidates had also filed a petition before the Madras High Court, demanding re-allotment of their exam centres to locations within the state.

 

Also, the TN candidates getting exam centres outside their state were deprived of their opted Tamil language paper as the question paper in a particular regional language is not made available outside that particular region.

 

We present here NEET 2018 success rate for different states

 

State-wise Success Statistics

State Name

Registered

Appeared

Qualified

Success %

Rajasthan

82000

79057

58738

74%

Delhi

28463

27666

20397

74%

Haryana

30542

29476

21398

73%

Andhra Pradesh

51229

49253

35732

73%

Chandigarh

1344

1309

940

72%

Telangana

46245

44877

30912

69%

Kerala

114214

108907

72682

67%

Punjab

15606

14825

9774

66%

Karnataka

94808

85288

54163

64%

Manipur

6070

5780

3651

63%

Himachal Pradesh

12954

12295

7528

61%

Jharkhand

15337

14838

9039

61%

Odisha

33658

32301

19600

61%

Bihar

66071

63003

37899

60%

Uttar Pradesh

132835

128329

76778

60%

West Bengal

58159

55888

32741

59%

Uttarakhand

12570

12075

7070

59%

Jammu and Kashmir

24103

23085

12515

54%

Madhya Pradesh

48774

46406

23638

51%

Andaman & Nicobar Is

942

912

453

50%

Lakshadweep

342

313

155

50%

Sikkim

820

785

383

49%

Tripura

3283

3150

1496

47%

Chhattisgarh

25148

23773

10919

46%

Goa

3611

3338

1526

46%

Gujarat

74115

72351

32625

45%

Assam

24622

23108

9931

43%

Meghalaya

2760

2515

1049

42%

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

466

454

187

41%

Mizoram

1398

1292

526

41%

Arunachal Pradesh

3763

3475

1402

40%

Puducherry

4573

4462

1768

40%

Maharashtra

182218

177353

70184

40%

Tamil Nadu

120000

114602

45336

40%

Daman & Diu

301

294

100

34%

Nagaland

2171

2045

600

29%

Other

1210

1042

727

70%

 

NEET 2018 Toppers: Top 50 toppers (State-wise)

 

While All India Rank 1 Kalpana Kumari belong to the state of Bihar, she is the only topper among top 50 candidates from the state.  She scored a total of 691 marks.  The most number of toppers among Top 50 belonged to the National Capital with a total of 8 students placed in the elite list of NEET 2018 Toppers.  Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh have 7 and 5 students grabbing positions among the Top 50.

 

Surprisingly, the state of Kerala and Karnataka, despite recording decent NEET pass percentage of 67 per cent and 64 per cent, respectively, do not have any topper in the list of Top 50.

States

Number of NEET 2018 Toppers

Delhi

8

Gujarat

7

Andhra Pradesh

5

Rajasthan

4

Uttar Pradesh

4

Haryana

3

Maharashtra

3

Punjab

3

Chandigarh

2

Madhya Pradesh

2

Odisha

2

Telangana

2

West Bengal

2

Bihar

1

Tamil Nadu

1

Others

1

About NEET 2018

 

The CBSE administered NEET 2018 was taken by 12,69,922 candidates of which 7,14,562 candidates have qualified for admission counselling of MBBS and BDS seats. A total of 13,26,725 candidates had registered for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test.

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