Telangana MBBS Merit List 2019
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Telangana MBBS Merit List 2019 - Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS), Warangal, has released the Telangana MBBS merit list for BHMS seats offered under management quota. Interested candidates can check the list in the link provided below. Earlier the authority had published Telangana MBBS merit list for NCC category candidates, CAP category candidates and PWD candidates for admission to AYUSH courses. The merit lists of Telangana MBBS can be checked in the link provided below. A revised Telangana MBBS 2019 merit list for management quota seats was released on August 27. Candidates can check the merit list in the link provided below. Earlier, an addendum to Telangana MBBS merit list for seats under management quota was released on August 23. A link to check the same has been provided below. Earlier, the authority had published the final Telangana MBBS 2019 merit list of AYUSH counselling. The revised NCC merit list of Telangana MBBS/BDS 2019 was also released previously, which can be checked from the link available on the page below. Earlier the authority had released the final Telangana MBBS merit list for Ayush courses on August 5, 2019. A link for the same is given below. KNRUHS had released an addendum to the merit list for NCC category candidates which can be check through the link provided below. An addendum for the provisional merit list for management quota was published earlier. A link to check the merit list has been provided below. Earlier the provisional Telangana MBBS 2019 merit list for AYUSH courses was released on July 22. The authority has also published the merit list of Telangana MBBS 2019 for CAP category candidates. An addendum to the final Telangana MBBS merit list was also released on July 8, 2019. The authority had earlier released the revised provisional merit list after correcting technical errors as per the direction of Hyderabad High Court. A link to check the revised merit list has been given below. The provisional merit list of Telangana MBBS 2019 was released on June 28. Candidates who have applied for the Telangana MBBS/BDS admissions are included in the rank list. Earlier the authority had released the list of candidates who have qualified NEET 2019 in online mode. Aspirants included in the provisional Telangana MBBS merit list 2019 must report at the nodal centres for document verification. After the verification process, the authority will release the final state merit list, which will be released in the first week of July 2019. The state merit list is derived on the basis of scores obtained in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - NEET, to be conducted on May 5, 2019.

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LATEST: To check the Telangana BHMS merit list for seats under management quota, click here
To check the merit list for AYUSH courses (NCC category), click here
To check the merit list for AYUSH courses (CAP category), click here

To check the PWD checklist for AYUSH courses, click here
To check the revised merit list of Telangana MBBS 2019 (MQ), click here
Telangana MBBS 2019 rank list has been published for convenor and management quota seats. The merit list contains the Telangana MBBS merit rank, names of aspirants, roll number, NEET 2019 All India Rank, gender, category, local area name, minority quota and other details. Based on the state merit rank, the Telangana MBBS admission 2019 will be granted for around 3151 MBBS and 1125 BDS seats offered by government and private colleges. Interested candidates can read the article on Telangana MBBS merit list 2019, steps to download, tie-breaking and other details below.

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Download Telangana MBBS Merit List 2019

The link to download the Telangana MBBS 2019 rank list is provided in the table below. Aforementioned, the merit list of Telangana MBBS 2019 has been released for convenor and management quota separately. For a better idea, aspirants can check the previous years’ Telangana MBBS merit list provided below.


To check the addendum to Telangana MBBS merit list, click here
To check the addendum to Telangana MBBS merit list (CQ), Click here
To check final merit list of Telangana Ayush Counselling, click here.
To check addendum to Telangana MBBS merit list for NCC category candidates,click here

To download revised Telangana MBBS merit list for NCC - Click here
To check the Telangana final merit list 2019 for AYUSH courses click here

To check the Telangana merit list 2019 for AYUSH courses, click here

To check the Telangana MBBS merit list 2019 for CAP category candidates, click here

To check the Telangana MBBS merit list 2019 for NCC category, Click here

To check the revised merit list of Telangana MBBS merit list, click here

To check the merit list for PWD candidates, click here


Telangana MBBS merit list (provisional) - RELEASED

Quota/Year

2019

2018

Convenor quota


Click here

Click here

Management quota

Click here
Click here (Addendum)

Click here


Telangana MBBS merit list (final)

Year

2019

2018

Convenor quota

Click here

Click here (Addendum)


Click here

Management quota

To be released

Click here


Steps to download Telangana MBBS 2019 merit list

In order to download the merit list of Telangana MBBS/BDS 2019, aspirants can follow the procedure mentioned below.

  • Click on the link provided above to download the merit list.

  • Telangana MBBS merit list 2019 is released in PDF format, therefore, aspirants have to search their name and NEET roll number.

  • Students whose name are listed in the state merit list are eligible to participate for Telangana MBBS BDS admission 2019.


Telangana MBBS Rank List 2019 Eligibility

As per the eligibility criteria for Telangana MBBS/BDS 2019 admission, it is mandatory for aspirants to secure the minimum qualifying percentile in order to be included in the merit list. The cutoff of NEET UG 2019 is mentioned in the table below. For candidate’s better idea, below given are the previous year cutoff and equivalent scores.

NEET cutoff percentile

Category

NEET cut off percentile

NEET 2019 cut off marks (out of 720)

NEET 2018 cut off marks (out of 720)

NEET 2017 cut off marks (out of 720)

General

50 percentile

701-134

691-119

697-131

SC/ST/OBC

40 percentile

133-107

118-96

130-107

General-PH

45 percentile

133-120

118-107

130-118

SC/ST/OBC-PH

40 percentile

133-107

106-96

130-107

Tie-Breaker of Telangana MBBS 2019 Merit List

While preparing the state merit list, the scores of two or more students will be the same, the authority will use the following inter-se merit to break the tie.

  • At first, aspirant with higher marks in Biology will be considered for better rank in the merit list.

  • In case the tie still exists, then, candidate who scored higher marks in Chemistry will obtain higher rank.

  • If the tie is still not broken, then, student who have less number of incorrect answers in NEET UG exam will be preferred first.

  • At last, applicant elder in age will be allotted higher rank.

What after Telangana MBBS 2019 Merit List?

After the publication of final state rank list, aspirants whose name will be listed in the state merit list will be called for Telangana MBBS counselling 2019. The eligible candidates must register themselves for online counselling and fill their preferences of colleges as well as courses. According to the student’s state merit position, choices filled, availability of seats and reservation criteria, the admission to Telangana MBBS 2019 will be done.

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