NEET 2020

NEET Cutoff  - 2019, 2020 with Reservation & Quota

The reservation of seats in all government medical college under the 15% All India Quota is as follows.

  1. 15% seats are reserved for the scheduled caste(SC) students
  2. 7.5% seats are reserved for the students belonging to scheduled tribe(ST)
  3. According to a central act the seats for OBC students are reserved in central institutions. 27% of the seats are reserved for the OBC community
  4. 3% seats are reserved for physically handicapped students

However, according to a supreme court order private institutions can follow their own reservation criteria as determined by them and are under no restrictions from government. Also at the same time the supreme court has allowed minority institutions to be a part of the state counselling process.

  • Admission to All India Quota (15%) seats to be led by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) at All India Level as per applicable regulations, using NEET merit list.
  • Admission to State Quota (85%) seats (in Government medical colleges owned and controlled by State Govt and private medical colleges in the state)  is to be undertaken and completed by the Directorate of Medical Education/state authority of concerned states using NEET scores and as per applicable regulations, their eligibility criteria and reservation policy etc.
  • MBBS and BDS seats in Central and Deemed medical colleges/universities (including the minority institutions – Aligarh Muslim University, CMC Vellore and CMC Ludhiana) are to be led by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) using NEET scores
  • MBBS and BDS admissions in Armed Forces Medical College are to be led using NEET scores through counselling conducted by the institute itself
  • Medical Institutes exempted from NEET: 7 AIIMS institutions across the country, JIPMER, Puducherry and Karaikal

NEET Participating States

It must be noted that since Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu and Kashmir do not participate in central pool of All India Quota seats, colleges from these states will not be participating in admission under All India Quota seats. Hence, these states will conduct counselling for 100% state quota seats.

NEET counselling procedure

The counselling of NEET is conducted tentatively within one week of the declaration of the NEET Result. The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is the body responsible for conducting the counselling for NEET 15% All India Quota seats, as well as for seats in Deemed and Central Universities.

NEET Counselling is conducted online in two rounds only for all those candidates who qualify for admissions in government medical and dental colleges across India. States will  conduct separate two-round counselling process for admission to state quota seats in both government and private institutions. In order to participate in NEET Counselling, qualified candidates will have to first register themselves for the counselling process during the stipulated period.

NEET Counselling Procedure Overview

Candidates who will qualify for 15% all India quota seats can directly appear for the procedure of NEET counselling.

Candidates will be required to take along with them their set of original documents when appearing for NEET Counselling. In case candidate is unable to produce original documents they won't be allow to take admission in any MBBS or Dental college through NEET. List of NEET 2017 Documents required for counselling:

●  Admit Card/Hall Ticket of NEET

●  Result of NEET (in form of rank letter and scorecard)

●  Metric Certificate (for date of birth proof)

●  Class XII certificate

●  Passport size 10 photographs (same as affixed on NEET application form)

●  Identity proof

●  SC/ST proof certificate issued by the competent authority (if applicable)

●  OBC certificate issued by the competent authority(if applicable)

●  Physically Handicapped Certificate issued by the medical authority as mentioned in NEET prospectus (if applicable.

Check out the details of NEET Counselling here.

NEET Counselling Procedure Details

Check below for step wise step procedure of NEET Counselling

Registration: Eligible candidates as declared by CBSE will have to register online through the official link. Candidates will have to click on ‘New registrations’ tab and can then enter their details such as roll number, all India rank and percentile score. After registration, a new user name and password will be allotted to candidates.

Exercising of Choices and Locking: During this step, candidates will have to select their choice of medical and dental college where they wish to take admission. Candidates have a choice of interchanging their choices as many times they want before locking them. Once locked the choices can't be modified. Further, the locked choices will start appearing on candidate’s screen.

During the seat allotment process, the seats to be allotted to candidates according to their choice of medical and dental college selected will be distributed.

Round 2- Counselling Result

After the seat allotment process, the result for round 1 of NEET counselling will be published online in a PDF format. The result will consist of state’s name, institute name, branch, category and total seats.

Reporting at allotted medical and dental college against first round of counselling-
After the counselling result will be out, candidates will have to report at the medical and dental college within the stipulated time.

NEET State-wise Counselling

All the different state governments will be conducting separate two-round counselling process for admission  to state quota seats in their government and private colleges.

NEET Cutoff for MBBS

The minimum qualifying marks required to clear the entrance exam is basically the cut off. The cutoff score for NEET is determined by various factors such as number of available seats, number of applicants to the exam, marking scheme, difficulty level of the test etc. On the basis of the NEET cutoff, CBSE declares the results of students as qualified or non qualified. The applicants must meet the respective eligibility criteria for admission to different medical (govt or The minimum qualifying marks required to clear the entrance exam is basically the cut off.

The cutoff score for NEET is determined by various factors such as number of available seats, number of applicants to the exam, marking scheme, difficulty level of the test etc. on the basis of the NEET cutoff, CBSE declares the results of students as qualified or non qualified. The applicants must meet the respective eligibility criteria for admission to different medical (govt or private) institutions of their choice, across the country. The NEET cutoff for admissions shall vary from state to state and for different categories of students.

The top 15% scorers among qualified candidates are directly eligible for NEET counselling process under 15% All India Quota seats. This range of marks during the NEET 2016 exam varied from 685-468 for the unreserved category. The rest of the 85% that qualify the exam may apply in their respective state colleges in courses like MBBS or BDS, as long as their scores are compatible with the eligibility criteria of the college.

NEET Cutoff for Government Colleges

As we have already discussed about the cutoff or the minimum qualifying marks required to get into government colleges let’s have a look at various cut-off for the different categories. One thing to keep in mind is that if you get a seat through all India 15% quota then the candidate will not be eligible for any other state counselling process. That also reduces the chance of a candidate leaving the seat once he/she has secured it. NEET 2017 cut off score for various categories is as follows: 

Category Marks

General

685-468
OBC 468-465
SC   468-352
ST 466-303
Unreserved & PH 466-214
OBC & PH 213-210
SC & PH   209-130
ST & PH   213-118

Cut-off for NEET colleges in Tamil Nadu - AIQ and State Quota

Tamil Nadu NEET Cutoff 2018: All India Quota

 

Name of College

UR

OBC

SC

ST

NEET Rank

NEET scores

NEET Rank

NEET scores

NEET Rank

NEET scores

NEET Rank

NEET scores

Madras Medical College, Chennai

1586

599

--

--

21373

500

26076

488

Govt. Medical College, Tirunelveli

42708

453

--

--

62606

420

62606

420

Stanley Medical College, Chennai

3520

576

--

--

37632

463

42708

453

Govt. Vellore Medical College, Vellore

6487

555

--

--

57377

428

73616

405

Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore

4523

568

--

--

60950

423

74514

404

Govt. Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai

4909

565

--

--

56442

430

58417

427

Thanjavur Medical College, Thanjavur

6146

557

--

--

6146

557

71727

407

Madurai Medical College, Madurai

5252

563

--

--

46294

447

65613

416

Govt. Medical College ESI and Hospital, Coimbatore

6013

558

6648

555

62088

421

74797

403

Chengalpattu Medical College, Chengalpattu

6215

557

--

--

60922

423

72943

406

Kanyakumari Govt. Medical College, Asaripallam

5980

558

--

--

63106

420

76305

401

Govt. Dharmapuri Medical College, Dharmapuri

7296

551

--

--

62318

421

73978

405

Govt. Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College, Salem

5974

558

--

--

62779

420

75596

402

K.A.P. Viswanatham G.M.C., Tiruchirapalli

6628

555

--

--

63326

419

75922

402

Government Medical College, Omandurar

6905

553

--

--

62025

421

56227

430

Thiruvannamalai MC, Thiruvannamalai, TN

8117

547

--

--

64528

418

75666

402

Toothukudi Medical College, Toothukudi

7443

550

--

--

64642

417

76549

401

Theni Govt. Medical College, Theni

6881

553

--

--

64512

418

68112

412

ESI-PGIMSR, Chennai, TN

7375

551

7990

548

60678

423

68992

411

Rajah Muthiah Medical College, Annamalai Universit

10079

538

--

--

64343

418

76331

401

Govt. Pudukkottai Medical College Hopt., Pudukkott

8322

546

--

--

63565

419

76069

402

GVMC, Villupuram

8073

547

--

--

63744

419

67077

414

GTMC, Thiruvarur

8183

547

--

--

8183

547

75864

402

Govt. Sivgangai M. C. Sivagangai

8344

546

--

--

63606

419

74647

404

 

Tamil Nadu NEET Cutoff 2018: State Quota

 

Name of College

OC

BC

SC

ST

State Rank

NEET Marks

State Rank

NEET Marks

State Rank

NEET Marks

State Rank

NEET Marks

ESI-PGIMSR, ESI Hospital, KK Nagar, Chennai

1,115

374

2,030

321

7,455

206

11,828

171

Kanyakumari Medical College, Kanyakumari

931

390

1,838

330

6,827

213

10,816

178

Rajah Muthiah Medical College, Annamalainagar

-

-

2,669

296

8,804

193

12,291

168

Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore

566

428

793

402

3,800

264

4,549

248

Govt. Dharmapuri Medical College, Dharmapuri

951

388

1,822

331

6,124

222

8,998

192

Vellore Medical College, Vellore

949

389

1,433

351

4,960

240

7,453

206

Theni Medical College, Theni

-

-

1,617

340

6,401

218

6,530

217

Thoothukudi Medical College, Thoothukudi

939

389

1,931

326

6,987

211

11,735

171

Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College, Salem

906

392

1,212

367

5,243

236

4,807

243

K.A.P. Viswanatham Govt. Medical College, Trichy

892

394

1,352

357

5,011

239

8,649

195

Tirunelveli Medical College, Tirunelveli

886

394

1,312

361

4,578

247

9,343

189

Thanjavur Medical College, Thanjavur

774

404

1,074

378

4,503

249

5,446

232

Stanley Medical College, Chennai

333

469

504

438

2,190

314

4,266

254

Madurai Medical College, Madurai

591

424

801

401

3,236

277

4,427

250

Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai

512

435

636

419

2,687

295

4,311

253

Madras Medical College, Chennai

130

524

289

477

1,407

353

3,627

268

Chengalpattu Medical College, Chengalpattu

684

413

1,193

369

3,812

263

7,233

209

Thiruvannamalai Medical College, Thiruvannamalai

-

-

2,078

319

6,592

216

8,036

200

Govt. Medical College & Esic Hospital , Coimbatore

984

385

1,651

339

6,989

211

7,930

201

Govt. Medical College & Hospital, Pudukottai

-

-

2,261

311

7,386

207

11,503

173

Govt. Medial College Omandurar Estate Chennai

759

405

1,006

384

3,575

269

7,012

211

Govt. Villupuram Medical College, Villupuram

956

388

1,939

326

5,867

226

8,027

200

Govt. Thiruvarur Medical College, Thiruvarur

-

-

2,122

317

6,654

215

10,277

181

Govt. Sivagangai Medical College, Sivagangai

-

-

2,173

315

7,029

211

9,348

189