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NEET Result 2020 - National Testing Agency (NTA) will release the NEET 2020 result on June 4, in online mode at ntaneet.nic.in. To check the result of NEET 2020, candidates will be required to enter the roll number, date of birth and security pin displayed on the screen. Upon entering the details, candidates will be able to download NEET result which will be released in the form of a scorecard. Candidates can use the scorecard of NEET 2020 to know their subject-wise percentile score obtained, total marks, NEET all India rank, category rank, etc. The validity of NEET 2020 result is one year. Admission to all MBBS, BDS, AYUSH seats in the colleges/institutes of India will be on the basis of the NEET scores. From the year 2020, admission to medical seats at AIIMS and JIPMER will also be on the basis of the NEET 2020 result. To know how to download and check the result of NEET 2020, dates and other important information, check this article.
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NEET 2020 will be conducted on May 3 in pen and paper-based mode in 2546 exam centres across 154 cities in the country and abroad. NEET 2020 result will be used to fill 75,893 medical and 37913 dental seats across India. Admission to 525 B.V.Sc. and A.H. and AYUSH courses will also be based on result of NEET 2020. NEET scores are also the admission criteria for a more than 400 foreign medical and dental colleges recognized by MCI.

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NEET result 2020- Highlights

NEET exam date

May 3, 2020

NEET result declaration date

June 4, 2020

Last date to download result

Till August 3, 2020 (60 days from the declaration)

Official website to download results

ntaneet.nic.in

Declaring authority

National Testing Agency

Number of registered aspirants (2019)

15.19 lakh aspirants

Number of candidates who appeared for the exam (2019)

14,10,754 lakh

Credentials to check NEET UG result

Roll number, date of birth and security pin

Details printed on the scorecard

Name, subject-wise and total marks, percentile scores, AIR for 15% AIQ seats, cutoff score

NEET Cutoff percentile

UR - 50

SC/ST/OBC - 40

UR PWD - 45

Validity of result

For academic session 2020-21
For candidates wishing to pursue medicine abroad, NEET result will be valid for three years

Admission through NEET 2020 result

15% All India Quota seats

85% State Quota seats

Seats in Deemed Universities

Seats in Central Universities

Management/NRI seats

Central Pool seats

15 AIIMS institutes

2 JIPMER campuses

Courses offered

MBBS, BDS, BUMS, BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, BNYS, B.V.Sc and AH courses

Counselling tentative start date

Second week of June 2020

How to check NEET result 2020- Step-wise guide

Aspirants can check the step-wise guide to check NEET result and download their respective scorecard.

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Step 1: Log on to the official website ntaneet.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the “View NEET (UG)- 2020 Result” tab given on the screen.

Step 3: On the candidate login page, enter the roll number, Date of Birth and the security pin provided on the page. Check the image below.

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Step 4: NEET 2020 result in the form of scorecard will be displayed on the screen.

Step 5: Download the result of NEET 2020 by clicking on the ‘Print’ tab and then save it.

Step 6: Candidates are advised to save a copy of their NEET result 2020 and keep retain until the admission process concludes.

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Check the image of NEET result-cum scorecard has been provided below.

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Details mentioned on NEET Result 2020

  • Candidate's Roll Number

  • Application Number

  • Personal Details (including candidate’s name, father’s and mother’s name, gender, DOB, nationality, category/sub-category, etc.)

  • Percentile obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology)

  • Total Marks obtained

  • Percentile Score

  • NEET 2020 All India Rank

  • NEET Qualifying Status

  • NEET AIR for 15% AIQ seats

  • NEET Cutoff Score

NEET Cutoff 2020

To qualify NEET 2020, aspirants are required to obtain minimum qualifying percentile as laid down by the NTA. As per the minimum qualifying criteria, candidates belonging to Unreserved (UR) category are required to score equivalent to at least 50thpercentile and those belonging to SC/ ST/ OBC are required to obtain marks equivalent to at least 40thpercentile to be considered for AIQ and state counselling process.The cutoff scores equivalent to the percentile has been declared by the NTA, which has been mentioned in the table below.

NEET qualifying percentile

Category

Qualifying Percentile

Cutoff scores (2020)

Cutoff scores (2019)

UR

50thPercentile

To be released

701-134

OBC/SC/ST

40thPercentile

To be released

133-107

UR-PH

45thPercentile

To be released

133-120

OBC/SC/ST

40thPercentile

To be released

119-107

What happens when two candidates obtain identical marks in NEET result 2020?

In cases where two or more candidates have obtained the same score, a tie breaking criteria is applied to get an inter-se merit or All India Rank in NEET result 2020. NEET aspirants can check the tie-breaking criteria listed below.

Biology Marks: Aspirants who has scored higher in Biology will be preferred over others in NEET 2020 result.

Chemistry Marks: If above criteria does not work, then aspirants who have scored higher in Chemistry will be given preference.

Less incorrect Marks: If the tie still persists, the candidate who has less number of incorrect answers in NEET 2020 will be given a higher order of merit compared to others.

Age factor: If all the above criteria fails to resolve the tie, then the candidate who is older in age will be considered over others.

NEET Result 2020 - Calculating Percentile Rank

NTA defines percentile rank as, “ the percentage of scores that falls below a given score in a group." A specific formula is applied on the basis of which the NEET percentile score of a candidate is calculated. Aspirants can check the formula below.

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NEET Answer Key 2020

The competent authority will release the official answer key of NEET 2020 before the declaration of results. With the help of the answer key released by NTA, candidates will be able to determine their probable score that they might have achieved in NEET 2020. The NEET 2020 answer key will be tentatively released in last week of May 2020. The answer key of NEET 2020 is the most reliable source through which a candidate can evaluate their performance in the entrance test. The authority also gives a provision to challenge the official NEET answer key 2020 after its release. Interested candidates will be able to challenge the questions by paying a non-refundable processing fee of Rs 1000/- per question. To calculate the probable score, candidate can apply the following formula.

Formula to calculate expected score:

NEET scores = (Number of correct answers X 4) - (Number of incorrect responses X 1)

NEET Merit List 2020

Apart from conducting the entrance test, NTA is also responsible for preparing NEET merit list 2020 for candidates who have opted for 15% All India Quota. The merit list for counselling will be prepared on the basis of NEET result 2020. The list of candidates who will qualify the exam will be forwarded to Directorate General of Health Services for the allotment of seats available under 15% AIQ. The merit list of NEET 2020 will be arranged category wise on the basis of category given at the time of applying for counselling. It will bear details like the merit rank, marks, roll number and percentile.

NTA will provide the merit lists with central and state counselling authorities, which will be used for admission purposes. The respective counselling authorities will then publish subsequent merit lists as per their guidelines. The respective state counselling authorities will prepare the merit lists for candidates who are native to the state.

NEET previous year toppers

Following is the list of meritorious candidates of NEET 2019 who emerged as the toppers in the undergraduate medical exam. The list of NEET toppers was released along with NEET result.

NEET 2019 toppers

NEET AI Rank

Candidate’s Name

Gender

Category

Marks Obtained

Percentile Score

State

1

NALIN KHANDELWAL

Male

UR

701

99.9999291

Rajasthan

2

BHAVIK BANSAL

Male

UR

700

99.9997873

Delhi

3

AKSHAT KAUSHIK

Male

UR

700

99.9997873

Uttar Pradesh

4

SWASTIK BHATIA

Male

UR

696

99.9997165

Haryana

5

ANANT JAIN

Male

UR

695

99.999362

Uttar Pradesh

6

BHAT SARTHAK RAGHAVENDRA

Male

UR

695

99.999362

Maharashtra

7

MADHURI REDDY G

Female

UR

695

99.999362

Telangana

8

DHRUV KUSHWAHA

Male

UR

695

99.999362

Uttar Pradesh

9

MIHIR RAI

Male

UR

695

99.999362

Delhi

10

RAGHAV DUBEY

Male

UR

691

99.9992203

Madhya Pradesh

11

HEMANT KHANDELIA

Male

UR

691

99.9992203

West Bengal

12

SAMEER GODARA

Male

OBC

690

99.9980861

Rajasthan

13

MOHIT

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Haryana

14

RAVI MAKHIJA

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Gujarat

15

KIRTI AGRAWAL

Female

UR

690

99.9980861

Madhya Pradesh

16

QURESHI ASRA

Female

OBC

690

99.9980861

Andhra Pradesh

17

RIDHAM AGARWAL

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Delhi

18

HARSHVI NAYAN JOBANPUTRA

Female

UR

690

99.9980861

Gujarat

19

ARUNANGSHU BHATTACHARYYA

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Rajasthan

20

SATVIK LODHA

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Jharkhand

21

HARSH JAIN

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Delhi

22

HARDIK GUPTA

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Uttar Pradesh

23

ARYAN KAKKAR

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Punjab

24

LALIT AGARWAL

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Rajasthan

25

DEEPENDRA SINGH CHOYAL

Male

OBC

690

99.9980861

Rajasthan

26

APOORV RAGHAV

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Delhi

27

PARTH GILL

Male

UR

690

99.9980861

Delhi

28

GAUTAM CHELLANI

Male

UR

689

99.9980152

Delhi

29

ATULL MANOJ

Male

UR

688

99.9979444

Kerala

30

HARSH AGARWAL

Male

UR

687

99.9977317

Rajasthan

31

HRUDYA LAKSHMI BOSE

Female

OBC

687

99.9977317

Kerala

32

GAUTAM KUMAR

Male

UR

687

99.9977317

Jharkhand

33

ASWIN V P

Male

OBC

686

99.9973773

Kerala

34

MANE SAIRAJ ANANDRAO

Male

UR

686

99.9973773

Maharashtra

35

ABHISHEK RAJPUT

Male

OBC

686

99.9973773

Madhya Pradesh

36

PHANEENDRA D R

Male

UR

686

99.9973773

Karnataka

37

LOHITASHVA GOYAL

Male

UR

686

99.9973773

Punjab

38

VISHWA RAKESH

Female

UR

685

99.9949672

Delhi

39

ANURAG GAUTAM

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

Uttar Pradesh

40

PILLI BHANU SIVA TEJA

Male

OBC

685

99.9949672

Andhra Pradesh

41

ASHU

Female

UR

685

99.9949672

Haryana

42

SODAM SRI NANDAN REDDY

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

Andhra Pradesh

43

P MAHESH ANAND

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

Karnataka

44

M H SAYAN SHAH

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

West Bengal

45

SHIKHAR GUPTA

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

Uttar Pradesh

46

DIPRASOM DAS

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

West Bengal

47

BAHADUR SINGH

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

OTHER

48

AMAN AGRAWAL

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

Gujarat

49

VARUN CHOPRA

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

Delhi

50

DATE SIDDHANT YASHAVANT

Male

UR

685

99.9949672

Maharashtra

NEET 2018 Toppers

All India Rank

Candidate Name

Marks Secured

Percentile Score

1

Kalpana Kumari

691

99.999921

2

Rohan Purohit

690

99.999764

3

Himanshu Sharma

690

99.999764

4

Aarosh Dhamija

686

99.999606

5

Prince Choudhary

686

99.999606

6

Varun Muppidi

685

99.999449

7

Agrawal Krishna Ashish

685

99.999449

8

Ankadala Anirudh Babu

680

99.999134

9

Madhvan Gupta

680

99.999134

10

Ramneek Kaur Mahal

680

99.999134

NEET 2019 Statistics

A total of 14,10,755 appeared for NEET 2019 exam, out of which only 7,97,042 candidates have qualified the exam. The table below mentions the statistics of NEET - category-wise candidates appeared, qualified and other details.

NEET statistics (Previous years)

Candidates

2019

NEET 2018

NEET 2017

No. of candidates registered

1519375

13,26,725

11,38,890

No of Candidates Present

1410755

12,69,922

10,90,085

No of Candidates Absent

108620

56,803

48,805

Indian Nationals

1516066

13,23,673

11,36,206

NRIs

1884

1842

1522

OCIs

675

530

480

PIO

63

60

69

Foreigners

687

621

613

Male

680414

5,80,648

4,97,043 43

Female

838955

7,46,076

6,41,839

Transgender

6

1

8

Un-Reserved

534072

4,84,480

543473

SC

211303

1,81,217

14599

ST

96456

80,868

6018

OBC

677544

5,80,160

47382

Number of Cities

154

136

103

Number of Languages

11

2,255

1,921

Number of centres

2546

11

10

Number of rooms

64000

5,60,000+

50,000+

Number of invigilators

128000

1,50,000+

1,50,000+

Number of Observers and NTA Representatives

6000+

4,500+

3,500+

No of City Coordinators

163

153


Courses offered through NEET result 2020?

Once NEET 2020 result has been declared, candidates will be required to participate in the admission process to the following courses.

  • MBBS and BDS - NEET 2020 is the only gateway for admission to MBBS and BDS government and private colleges, central universities, deemed institutes/universities across India along with AIIMS and JIPMER which have been brought under the ambit of NEET 2020.

  • AYUSH courses - NEET result 2020 is also the channel for admission to all AYUSH courses offered across India including Ayurveda (BAMS), Yoga and Naturopathy (BNYS), Unani (BUMS), Siddha (BSMS) and Homeopathy (BHMS).

  • B.V.Sc. and AH courses - Admissions to 15% All India Quota seats in Veterinary colleges offering B.VSc. and AH courses (excluding Jammu & Kashmir) is also on the basis of NEET 2020 result.

  • To pursue medical and dental courses from foreign countries, it is mandatory to qualify in exam. NEET result of such candidates will be valid for 3 years.

What after NEET result 2020?

  • NEET qualified candidates (except candidates from J&K) need to participate in the MCC conducted centralised counselling process for the All India Quota. Candidates can register for the centralised NEET Counselling which is likely to commence from the second week of June 2020.

  • Candidates belonging to Jammu and Kashmir state who have qualified the exam but have not opted to participate in All India Quota counselling must register for the state counselling process of J&K.

  • Qualified candidates can also register the state counselling process of the respective states if they fulfil the eligibility criteria laid down by the respective state authorities.

Top Most Preferred Medical Colleges through NEET

Closing rank data

College

Location

Closing Rank 2019

Closing Rank 2018

Closing Rank 2017

Maulana Azad Medical College

New Delhi

32

58

49

Lady Hardinge Medical College

New Delhi

489

314

369

University College of Medical Sciences

Delhi

171

165

185

Seth GS Medical College

Mumbai

638

296

296

VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital

New Delhi

157

107

82

Government Medical College And Hospital

Chandigarh

360

254

278

Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Hospital

Mumbai

1329

1122

1018

Madras Medical College

Chennai

1611

1586

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King George's Medical University

Lucknow

908

703

725

Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences

Rohtak

1825

1178

1481

NEET Counselling 2020

Based on the scores obtained in NEET result 2020,NEET 2020 counselling will commence tentatively, in the third week of June 2020. The counselling process is carried out at different levels for 15% AIQ seats and 85% state quota seats. The admission to MBBS and BDS seats across the country will be as per the following criteria.

  1. 15% All India Quota seats: 15% of all government seats available are reserved under All India Quota seats. These seats are filled by the counselling conducted by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).

  2. 85% State Quota seats: The remaining 85% seats in government and private medical, as well as private colleges, will be reserved under state quota seats. The admission to 85% state quota seats will be granted by respective state counselling authorities as per the eligibility and domicile rules prevailing in the state.

  3. Central Institutes/Universities/Deemed Universities: All the seats offered by medical and dental central institutes/universities as well as deemed universities will be allotted on the basis of NEET 2020 result. MCC will conduct the counselling for 100% seats in central institutes and deemed universities.

  4. State/Management/NRI Quota seats: NEET UG result 2019 will be the basis for admission to State/Management/NRI quota seats offered by private medical or dental colleges or any private university.

  5. Central Pool Quota seats: All qualified candidates who will be nominated under Central Pool quota seats will be granted admission on the basis of their NEET scorecard 2020 through the counselling for such candidates will be done by MCC.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET Result 2020

Question: Where can I find the roll number to download the NEET result 2020?

Answer:

Check your NEET 2020 admit card. The roll number is mentioned therein. Use the same to download the result of NEET 2020.

Question: I am unable to download my NEET 2020 result. What can I do?

Answer:

There must be a problem with the browsers. Use Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Chrome. If you still cannot see the result, clear the cache from the history of the browser and then recheck. You should be able to download the NEET result 2020.

Question: Is the NEET result and score card one and the same?

Answer:

Actually, the NEET 2020 result will be in the form of a score card which is the downloadable version of the same.

Question: If I misplace the result of NEET, can I download it again?

Answer:

Actually, the better thing to do will be to download the NEET 2020 result and keep a soft copy saved. This way, you can avail it anytime. The link to download is generally available way after the admissions are over but it’s advisable to be on the safer side and not risk it.

Question: How long should I keep the NEET result 2020 cum score card?

Answer:

Since the NEET result is the basis of admission to medical courses in the country, it is advisable to safe keep it till your admission is complete. All you have to do is to keep a soft copy for your reference which can be downloaded anytime you need it.

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