NEET MDS 2020 – National Board of Examination (NBE) has successfully conducted NEET MDS (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test MDS) on December 20, 2019, in computer based mode. For 50% All India Quota seats (AIQ). Individual scorecard of NEET MDS 2020 will be availabile on NBE official website by February 21. The authority had announced the result of NEET MDS 2020 for 50% All India Quota (AIQ) seats on February 18, which can be downloaded from the link available below. NEET MDS merit list 2020 50% AIQ seats mentions the roll number, category, PWD status, NEET MDS rank, 50% All India Rank and category rank. Based on these ranks, candidates will be called for NEET MDS 2020 counselling for admission to 6228 Masters of Dental Surgery (MDS) courses offered by 259 dental colleges across India.LATEST: NEET MDS 2020 result for 50% AIQ seats released; check now!
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Earlier, the authority had announced the NEET MDS 2020 result in online mode on January 15. NEET MDS cutoff 2020 has also been announced along with the result. Candidates can check their results for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for MDS (NEET MDS) from the link available below. The official website of Medical Counselling committee has gone under maintenance. Official notification regarding dates of NEET MDS 2020 counselling conduction may be published as it was expected in the second week of March.The cutoff for general category is 50th percentile, while for SC/ST/OBC, it is 40th percentile and for UR-PwD it is 45th percentile. The marks equivalent to the qualifying cutoff percentile have been declared along with the result of NEET MDS 2020. As per NEET MDS result data, a total of 20,000 candidates took the computer based test, of which only 12,128 have qualified the exam. NEET MDS was conducted in computer based mode with 240 multiple choice questions, while only three hours were allotted. During the calculation of NEET MDS result 2020, four marks were allotted for every correct answer, while one mark was deducted for every wrong answer.
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Candidates qualifying the online exam will be called for the counselling process. NEET MDS 2020 counselling process for 50% All India Quota seats, 100% seats in deemed/central universities and ESIC colleges will be conducted by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on the basis of scores and rank obtained in NEET MDS. While the seat allotment process in remaining 50% state quota seats and private colleges will be done by the respective state counselling authorities using the NEET MDS rank. Candidates can read the article on NEET MDS 2020 schedule, application form, admit card, syllabus, exam pattern, result, counselling, seat reservation and other details.
Candidates can check the highlights of NEET MDS 2020 from the table below.
December 20, 2019
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate Dental courses
National Board of Examinations (NBE)
Commonly known as
Purpose of examination
Qualifying cum ranking examination for admission to MDS courses
NEET MDS 2020: Latest news and updates
NBE has released the merit list of NEET MDS 2020 on February 18, mentioning the roll number, 50% All India Rank, category rank and other information. The link to download NEET MDS 50% AIQ result has been available above.
The result for NEET MDS 2020 along with the cutoff has been announced by NBE. Candidates can check their qualifying status by checking the link available below. NEET MDS 2020 scorecard can be downloaded by qualifiers from January 18, onwards.
Candidates whose application form has been accepted by the authority can download the admit card of NEET MDS 2020 in online mode. Through a telephonic conversation the officials of NBE has informed that NEET MDS hall tickets has been released and can be downloaded by entering user ID and password. A link has been provided on this page to download it.
The correction window for correction of passport size photographs, signature and left-hand thumb impression in NEET MDS 2020 application form was available. Candidates with deficiencies in their images were communicated through email and SMS till November 23, 2019, while the corrections can be done from November 23 to 25, 2019.
Official notice for NEET application form edit window
Check the official notification of NEET MDS 2020 below.
NEET MDS 2020 for admission to Postgraduate Dental courses
Scope of NEET MDS 2020
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate Dental courses for the academic session 2020 is valid for admission to the following criteria:
All India 50% quota seats for MDS courses (excluding candidates from Jammu and Kashmir)
State quota seats for MDS courses for all States/Union Territories of India (including Jammu & Kashmir)
MDS courses at all Private Dental colleges, institutions & Universities all across the country
MDS courses at Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions
Candidates can check the NEET MDS 2020 important dates from the table below.
NEET MDS Dates 2020
Release of notification
October 11, 2019
Application form starts
Last date for online registration
October 31, 2019
Correction facility starts
November 4 to November 11
Issuance of admit card
December 13, 2019
NEET MDS 2020 mock test
NEET MDS 2020 exam
Declaration of result
January 15, 2020 - Announced
Announcement of cutoff
January 15, 2020 - Declared
Availability of score card
January 18, 2020
Merit list released
February 18, 2020
Availability of Individual Scorecard
By February 21, 2020
NEET MDS counselling round I
Second week of March 2020*
Counselling of NEET MDS 2020 round II
First week of April 2020*
NEET MDS counselling 2020 mop-up round
Third week of April 2020*
*Dates are tentative
NBE announced the NEET MDS 2020 result on January 15. The result of NEET MDS 2020 has been declared online in the form of PDF. Candidates who have secured the minimum qualifying percentile are considered qualified in the entrance test. NEET MDS result 2020 includes the roll numbers, marks obtained out of 960 and NEET MDS overall rank. The result can be downloaded by using the link which has been provided on this page when released. Last year, the result of NEET MDS 2020 was revised due to lower of cutoff percentile on April 4, 2019.
The scorecard of NEET MDS 2020 is available for qualified candidates only. Aspirants can download the scorecard by entering their User ID and password. NEET MDS scorecard 2020 mentions the name of the candidate, roll number, rank, category rank, marks scored, qualifying status, AIQ rank and other details.
The cutoff is the minimum percentile which must be secured to qualify the NEET MDS entrance test. NBE released the minimum NEET MDS 2020 cutoff along with the result. The qualifying percentile of NEET MDS for general category is 50th percentile, while for SC/ST/OBC, it is 40th percentile. The marks corresponding to the cutoff percentile have been announced along with the result. Candidates who have obtained the marks equivalent to the NEET MDS 2020 cutoff are considered eligible to participate for the counselling process. NEET MDS cutoff 2020 is determined on the basis of various factors which includes number of aspirants took the entrance test, difficulty level of exam, seats available under each specialty among others.
NEET MDS qualifying percentile and score
Cut off percentile
Cut off scores 2018
General PH candidates
Revision of NEET MDS Cutoff 2020
When the sufficient number of candidates appeared for postgraduate national level entrance examination fails to secure the minimum qualifying marks as declared by NBE, the Central Government in consultation with the Dental Council of India (DCI) may lower the NEET MDS 2020 cut off minimum marks belonging to respective categories. In the year 2019, the regulatory body had lowered the minimum cut off percentile and scores. The cutoff for candidates belonging to reserved category was lowered to 25.835 percentile. Whereas, reserved category and PH aspirants had to secure at least 15.385 and 20.385 percentile, respectively. Check the NEET MDS revised cutoff percentile and their equivalent scores from the table below.
Revised NEET MDS cut off
Minimum qualifying criteria
Cut off scores
Revised minimum qualifying percentile
Revised cut off scores
NEET MDS Merit List 2020
NBE will release the merit list of NEET MDS 2020 on the basis of scores obtained in the online test. NEET MDS 2020 merit list will be available online in the PDF format. The rank list will be released in the first week of March 2020. The merit list will display NEET MDS All India Rank (AIR) for 50% quota, All India Rank and category of candidates. Only the dental graduates included in the merit list can are eligible to participate for the counselling process. A separate NEET MDS 2020 merit list for 50% AIQ seats will be prepared for the allotment to AIQ seats.
DGHS on behalf of MCC will conduct the counselling of NEET MDS 2020 for 50% AIQ, all seats of deemed/central and ESIC colleges. NEET MDS 2020 counselling will be held in online mode only. NEET MDS seat allotment for AIQ seats will be completed in two rounds, while a mop-up round will also be conducted for deemed/central and ESIC institutes. The dental graduates qualifying PG entrance test are eligible for the counselling process.
In order to appear for NEET MDS counselling 2020, aspirants will be required to register themselves through the link which will be made available on this page, when released. Along with it, they have to pay the prescribed application fees in online mode. Once the registration is done, the registered candidates have to provide their preferences of colleges and specialities in which they wish to get admission into. Based on the NEET MDS All India Rank (AIR), preferences of colleges, as well as courses, availability of seats in a particular college, reservation criteria and other factors, the AQI/deemed/central seats, will be allotted.
The counselling of remaining 50% state quota seats and MDS seats in private colleges will be done by designated counselling committee of respective states either online or offline modes. NEET MDS seat allotment process for each state varies due to total intakes, the number of domicile candidates applied for admission. The eligible candidates must fill the application form to register and will be allotted seats as per the preferences of colleges as well as courses, NEET MDS AIR, seats available, criteria of reservation and other aspects. After allotment of seats, the candidates must report at the allotted college for document verification, completion of admission and payment of fees.
The participating institutes of NEET MDS 2020 are the list of colleges which grants admission to MDS courses on the basis of rank obtained in the exam. A total of 170 colleges including deemed, central universities and colleges which provides admission for 50% AIQ seats. Check top 10 participating institutes in the table below.
Top 10 NEET MDS Colleges
Name of college
Regional Dental College, Guwahati
Patna Dental College and Hospital, Patna
Maulana Azad Institute and Dental Science, New Delhi
University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi
Goa Dental College and Hospital, Goa
Government Dental College and Hospital, Ahmedabad
Post Graduate Institute of Dental Sciences, Rohtak
Government Dental College and Hospital, Shimla
Government Dental College and Research Institute, Bangalore
Government Dental College, Kottayam
The dental graduates who have filled the application form on or before the stipulated date can download the NEET MDS 2020 admit card from December 14, 2019, onwards. The link to download the hall ticket is available on this page. In order to download the admit card, candidates need to enter their user ID and password in the space provided. It is advised to cross-check the details mentioned in the NEET MDS hall ticket 2020 and also paste the latest passport size photograph. In case of any discrepancy in the NEET MDS admit card, applicants are required to contact the authority immediately and rectify the mistakes. The admit card should be carried at the exam centre along with the valid ID proofs.
Candidates seeking admission in Masters Of Dental Surgery (MDS) courses must go through the NEET MDS eligibility conditions before applying for the PG dental examination. The basic eligibility criteria mentioned below must be fulfilled by aspirants.
Candidate cannot be less than 20 years of age are eligible for the test.
Aspirant must possess a recognized degree of Bachelors of Dental Surgery (BDS) from a University or Institute in India.
He/she must have a permanent or provisional registration certificate issued by Dental Council of India (DCI) or State Dental Council (SDC).
Candidate must have undergone or likely to complete the 12 months compulsory rotatory internship on or before March 31, 2020.
NBE had extended the last date to edit NEET MDS 2020 application form till November 11. The correction window facility was earlier open till November 9. NBE concluded the online registration of NEET MDS 2020 on October 31, 2019. Only those aspirants who fulfilled the specified eligibility criteria have filled the NEET MDS 2020 application form. The application form of NEET MDS 2020 was filled in five steps, which have been mentioned below.
Steps to fill NEET MDS 2020 application form
The application fee of Rs. 3750 for General/OBC categories, while Rs. 2750 for SC/ST/PWD categories has been paid in online mode using credit/debit card or net banking.
Through the information brochure, NBE has released the list of NEET MDS 2020 exam centres. The exam centres are the list of cities where the examination will be conducted. As per the information, as many as 6 new exam centres have been added in the list. Aspirants must select one preference of exam centre of NEET MDS 2020, while online registrations. The selection of test centres will be done on the basis of the first-come-first-serve basis. Candidates must fill the preferences of exam cities carefully, as the options once submitted cannot be modified. The authorities will allot the NEET MDS exam centre 2020 as per the preferences submitted by the candidates. However, in cases where the authorities have to allot an exam centre which is located outside the preferred state then candidates will be informed by November 21, 2019. In the year 2019, NEET MDS was conducted in a total of 51 examination cities across India. The list of exam cities in which centres were located is mentioned below.
NEET MDS Test Cities
The regulatory body will specify the paper pattern of NEET MDS 2020 through the information brochure. NEET MDS 2020 entrance exam will be a computer-based test containing a total of 240 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). The exam will be conducted in three hours from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM only. The detailed NEET MDS 2020 exam pattern is provided below for the candidates.
Mode of exam – Computer-based mode/Online
Duration of the exam – 3 hours (180 minutes) from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Types of questions – Objective type questions
Total questions asked – 240 multiple choice question with four options each
Total marks – 960 marks
Medium of questions asked – English language only
Marking scheme – +4 marks for every correct answer; -1 mark for a wrong attempt; 0 mark for the unanswered question
Syllabus – Subjects taught in BDS programme (Pre-Clinical, Clinical and Para-Clinical)
NBE prepares NEET MDS 2020 syllabus on the basis of subjects studied in BDS programme curriculum. The syllabus comprises of three subjects of Pre-Clinical, Clinical and Para-Clinical. The subject-wise distribution of syllabus for NEET MDS exam is mentioned in the table below.
NEET MDS 2020 – Subject-wise distribution of questions
General Anatomy including embryology and histology
General Human Physiology and Biochemistry
Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Oral Histology
General Pathology and Microbiology
General and Dental Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Oral Pathology and Oral Microbiology
Oral Medicine and Radiology
Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry
Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics
Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge
Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Public Health Dentistry
NBE will not publish the official NEET MDS 2020 answer key as the exam will be conducted in online mode. As per the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), the test takers are also not allowed to discuss the questions or any other information related to the examination in any mode. The answer key will include the solutions of the questions asked in the exam. Aspirants can match their marked answer with the solutions provided in NEET MDS answer key 2020. In case any other coaching institute will release the answer key, it will be provided in this article.
The core eligibility criteria of NEET MDS 2020 includes the following:
Candidate must not be younger than 20 years of age.
Candidates must have completed Bachelors of Dental Surgery (BDS) from a recognised university or institute in India.
Candidate must have completed the 12 months compulsory rotatory internship on or before March 31, 2020.
NEET MDS will be conducted in 57 exam cities located across the country.
Yes, if there are seats left vacant even after the mop-up round of counselling. The exam conducting authority in consultation with the government of India will lower the NEET MDS cutoff.
On October 11, 2019, candidates will have to fill the online registration form in order to be able to appear for NEET MDS.
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According to your NEET MDS 2020 rank there are tough chances of you getting a seat in a government college.
Here is a list of colleges that you could get into:
Hope this helps!
Well MCC is responsible for conducting All India counseling for UG and PG medical and dental.courses for 50% seats of all government medical colleges across India in PH category. As of now there is no official notification out regarding the dates of the counseling neither the counseling schedule is out yet. I would request you to wait a bit and keep on checking the website once or twice everyday to know when the schedule will be out.
I hope my answer helps
All the best.
Well the dates are not out yet by the MCC which is responsible for conducting the counseling for 50% seats of all government medical and dental colleges across India. Hence I would request you to check the website once everyday to keep yourself updated with any new notification being posted on the website.
I hope my answer helps.
Based on this NEET MDS rank the chances are less to get Oral Surgery through All India Quota seats. You can have the chance to get into Deemed Universities like KM Shah Dental College and Hospital, Vadodara, Sri Siddhartha Dental College, Tumkur, SRM Dental College, Ramapuram, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital, Pallikaranai, Meenakshi Ammal Dental College and Hospital, Maduravoyal- MDS Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Etc.
You can check your other admission possibilities with NEET MDS College Predictor tool with the given below link.
Based on this rank the chances are less to get a seat through All India Quota seats, You can get the Deemed Universities like KM Shah Dental College and Hospital, Vadodara, Sri Siddhartha Dental College, Tumkur, SRM Dental College, Ramapuram, Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital, Pallikaranai Etc.- MDS Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Etc.
To know your other admission possibilities you can use NEET MDS College predictor tool.
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