Tamil Nadu MBBS Merit List 2017

Tamil Nadu MBBS Merit List 2017Tamil Nadu MBBS Merit List 2017: The merit list of Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 has been released on August 23 by the Selection Committee, Directorate of Medical Education, Government of Tamil Nadu. The delay in MBBS and BDS admissions in Tamil Nadu was caused because of the state trying to opt out of NEET. However, with the Supreme Court Order passed on August 22, it is now mandatory for the Selection Committee to complete admissions by September 4, 2017. The Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 merit list is based on the scores of candidates obtained in NEET 2017. The Tamil Nadu MBBS Merit List 2017 will be the basis for admissions to 85% state quota seats. Seat allotment to 15% All India Quota seats has been conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). Candidates who have qualified TN MBBS 2017 by obtaining a place in the Merit List of Tamil Nadu MBBS BDS should download their call letters for counselling.

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The TN MBBS BDS Merit list consists of candidate’s name, admission number, state rank, community, NEET Registration number, NEET marks and community rank (for Government quota seats). Candidates aspiring to take admissions in MBBS and BDS can check below for the details on Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 Merit List which has been released seperately for Government Quota and Management Quota (including NRI).

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The merit list of Tamil Nadu MBBS BDS courses 2017 will provide admissions to 2,502 MBBS seats in 22 government medical colleges, 150 seats in Rajah Muthiah Medical College and 804 seats in 11 self-financing colleges, totalling 3,456 MBBS seats, along with 88 BDS seats in the Tamil Nadu Dental College, 68 in Rajah Muthiah Dental College and 1,045 government seats in self-financing colleges, totalling 1,201 BDS seats, as per the revised seat matrix released on August 23. 


Tamil Nadu MBBS Merit List 2017: Important Dates

Sr No. 

Events

Date

Neet Result 2017

June 23, 2017

2

Tamil Nadu MBBS Applications starts

June 27, 2017

3

Announcement of Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 Merit List

August 23, 2017 (Released)

4

Tamil Nadu MBBS Admission 2017 Counselling

August 24 to August 30

 

How to check Tamil Nadu MBBS Merit List 2017

 

The Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 merit list can be accessed by following the simple steps mentioned below:

  • Candidates need to click on the links given below to check merit list for Government Quota and Management Quota (including NRI) seats

  • The Tamil Nadu MBBS BDS Merit List will be displayed in PDF format for both categories

  • Check the Merit List of Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 through various parameters like name, NEET Roll Number and other details

  • Take a print out of the Tamil Nadu MBBS merit list 2017 for any future reference

 To check Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 Merit List for Government Quota: Click Here

 To check Tamil Nadu MBBS 2017 Merit List for Management (and NRI) Quota: Click Here

 

In accordance to NEET 2017 cut off marks, candidates under Unreserved Category have to obtain at least 50 percentile in NEET 2017. Those under Persons with Disability (PWD) in the unreserved category have to score 45 percentile and for Reserved and Persons with Disability (PWD) category, the cut off marks are 40 percentile.

 

NEET Cut off

Category

Qualifying marks

Unreserved

50 percentile

Reserved and Persons with disability  (PWD)

40 percentile

PWD candidates in unreserved category

45 percentile

Tie- breaker in Tamil Nadu MBBS Merit List 2017


Tie-breaker is a situation where two or more candidates obtain the same number of marks in the NEET. In such situations, there are three ways to select the final candidate. Below candidates can check the three ways to solve the tie- breaker:

  • The first way to tackle tie breaker is to give preference to the candidate with higher score in Biology subject

  • If still, the tie-breaker situation persists then the candidate with higher scores in Chemistry subject will be given more preference

  • Lastly, if the above two methods cannot decide the final candidate then the candidate with higher Date of Birth (DOB) is given the utmost priority

After SC declared NEET as a single entrance exam for admissions to MBBS and BDS seats across India, all state level and institute level exams have been declared invalid.

 

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We dont want to appear neet then

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Hi! Other options available include AIIMS,JIPMER or FPMT( FOREIGN PRE MEDICAL TEST) .....but attempting NEET is a better option cause having state quota will definitely give you good chances because ...Read More

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What is the eligibility cut off for goverment colleges in tamilnadu?

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To get admission under state seats, domicile would be required and if you are not having the residential proof of Tamilnadu then you can only apply for private colleges. Also, if you go under AIQ then...Read More
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Sir I have got 278 in neet can I get into a govt college in tamilnadu I belong to mbc category and I'm a state board Student

I've got 278 in neet can I get seat in govt Medical college in tamilnadu

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You have less chances based on your marks to get MBBS/BDS college. If you want you can try for paramedical courses.

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yashaswini reddy 6 months ago

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Sir can I get a bcat Mbbs seat in tamilnadu.my neet all India rank is 17900

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The chances are less for 15 % quota but decent chances are for 85 % quota seats.

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Mohamed Rizwan 6 months ago

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I have scorrd 289 in neet and from tn..can i get seat in govt colg in tn?? i belong to BCM community

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Manisha Gupta Expert 6 months ago

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With this score the chances are less to get admission in Gov colleges & private colleges but you can try for private once.

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