NEET 2019 Cutoff West Bengal - Department of Health & Family Welfare (DHFW), Kolkata has released NEET cutoff 2019 West Bengal. The cutoff of NEET 2019 West Bengal has been made available for all categories and represents minimum marks or rank one has to score to have a good chance of admission. NEET 2019 cutoff West Bengal has been determined on the basis of parameters like the college applied for admission, applications received and also intake capacity.
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The NEET cutoff 2019 West Bengal is applicable for 85% State Quota seats offered by government medical and dental colleges in the state. Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has released the West Bengal cutoff of NEET 2019 for the remaining 15% All India Quota seats. If the candidates want to apply under both All India and State Quota, they need to apply separately as the counselling authorities are different.
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LATEST: NEET cutoff 2019 West Bengal has been released; check details below!
West Bengal cutoff of NEET 2019, which has been made available in online mode, will give the candidate a fair idea about how much they need to score to have good chances of admission. NEET result 2019 UG the basis for admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH and veterinary courses across India. Candidates desirous of admission to West Bengal MBBS can check all details related to NEET 2019 cutoff West Bengal below.
About NEET 2019 Cutoff West Bengal
NEET cutoff 2019 West Bengal represents the minimum marks one has to secure a seat at a government medical college in West Bengal. Given the cutoff is based on so many different variables, it can vary from one year to another. For example, it depends on the number of candidates who have qualified in NEET and have applied for colleges located in West Bengal state through All India Quota or State Quota. The cutoff marks and rank also relies on the number of seats available and the performance of all the aspirants in NEET 2019. Therefore, the cutoff marks should be considered for reference purpose only for admission to West Bengal MBBS 2019.
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NEET Cutoff 2019 West Bengal – State Quota
DHFW has released West Bengal cutoff of NEET 2019 for 85% State Quota seats after seat allotment process is over. The cutoff has been released in the form of NEET 2019 opening and closing ranks, representing the last rank for which admission is allowed.
There are around 1,870 seats available in the government medical institutes under 85% State Quota. A certain proportion of these seats are reserved for candidates belonging to different castes and tribes, including Unreserved (UR), Other Backward Classes - Backward (OBC-B), Category Scheduled Classes (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST).
NEET cutoff 2019 West Bengal - Opening and closing rank
NEET Cutoff West Bengal 2018 - State Quota Seats
Government Medical College
Government Dental College
Private Medical College
Private Dental Colleges
NEET Cutoff West Bengal 2017 - State Quota Seats
GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGES
Name of College
(Other Backward Classes- Backward)
Nilratan Sircar Medical College, Kolkata
North Bengal Medical College, Darjeeling
Medical College, Kolkata
Calcutta National Medical College, Kolkata
Burdwan Medical College, Burdwan
Bankura Sammilani Medical College, Bankura
ESIC Medical College, Joka, Kolkata
Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, Kolkata
College of Medicine and JNM Hospital, Kalyani, Nadia
Midnapore Medical College, Midnapore
Murshidabad Medical College & Hospitals, Murshidabad
Malda Medical College & Hospital, Malda
College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital, Kolkata
RG Kar Medical College, Kolkata
NEET 2019 Cutoff West Bengal – All India Quota
West Bengal cutoff of NEET 2019 for 15% All India Quota will be released by DGHS on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee. DGHS is the conducting body for the centralized counselling and was conducted two rounds of counselling. If any seats remain vacant after second round of counselling, then those seats will be transferred to the 85% State Quota. The candidates had to register and submit options for the desired colleges to participate in NEET counselling 2019. NEET 2019 cutoff West Bengal is different for candidates belonging to Unreserved, Other Backward Classes (OBC), Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) categories.
West Bengal NEET Cutoff 2018 – AIQ Medical Seats
West Bengal NEET Cutoff 2018 – AIQ Dental Seats
West Bengal NEET Cutoff 2017 – AIQ Seats
15% All India Quota
Employees State Insurance Corporation Medical College, Joka, Kolkata
College of Medicine and Sagar Dutta Hospital, Kolkata
This article has been written on the basis of data released for NEET 2018 Cutoff West Bengal only. It will be updated as soon as the data for 2019 is available.
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You should also familiarize yourself with the syllabus and prepare with the pace which suits your need and do not depend upon your school's pace.
Then go through all the NCERT textbooks and if you can afford, then buy some coaching material or better you should join one coaching as it will help you with the consistency part.
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