NEET Cut off 2020

NEET Cut off 2020 indicates the minimum qualifying percentile that a candidate must secure for being eligible in the medical counselling. NEET 2020 Cut off marks and percentiles are declared by NTA (National Testing Agency)  at the time of result declaration. NEET is one of the prominent national level medical entrance examination conducted for granting admission to students aspiring for MBBS or BDS courses in India.

NEET 2020 is scheduled to be conducted by NTA on 3rd May 2020. As per statistics from the previous year, NEET 2019 had the cutoff of 134 out of 720 for the general category. It should, however, be noted that the score mentioned is the score of the last candidate admitted to MBBS in the open round. NEET cut off marks are different for students belonging to different categories. The candidates scoring marks equal to or more than prescribed NEET cut off marks will be qualified for getting All India Rank (AIR).

NEET 2020 Cut off

NEET Cutoff marks are also accepted by different veterinary colleges for seat allotment in UG courses like Animal Husbandry and BVSc under 15% AIQ (All India Quota) Seats. NEET is now mandatory for students aspiring for admission to AYUSH UG courses. Based on NEET 2020 cut off, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will commence the admission process for different Medical Colleges in India.

Some important dates regarding NEET 2020:

Event Corresponding date
NEET 2020 exam date 3rd May, 2020
NEET 2020 – Announcement of results 4th June, 2020
NEET 2020 – Release of cut-off scores 4th June, 2020
Release of OMR and answer keys May/June 2020 (tentative)
NEET 2020 – Commencement of counselling 3rd week of June, 2020 (tentative)

NEET 2019 Cut-off for MBBS is as mentioned below:

Group/Category Cut off marks

(Range)

Minimum Qualifying Percentile
General 701-134 50
General – Physically Handicapped 133-120 45
SC/ ST/OBC 133-107 40
OBC/SC/ST- Physically Handicapped 133-107 40

Important Factors for Deciding NEET Cut off 2020

The following factors are taken into consideration while deciding NEET 2020 cut off:

  1. Total students appearing in the examination.
  2. Seat Availability.
  3. The difficulty level of the NEET question paper.
  4. Marking Scheme and previous year’s NEET cutoff trends.
  5. Reservation policy of the government as per category

NEET Admission Process 2020

  1. Admission is carried out in 2 ways – through AIQ Counselling (All India Quota) and State Counselling. 15% of total available seats are covered under AIQ (All India Quota) counselling and remaining seats are for state counselling.
  2. Seats will be allotted to candidates qualifying NEET 2020 cut off marks based on candidate’s NEET Score, institute chosen during online counselling, All India, and All India Quota Rank.
  3. After 2nd round of All India Quota counselling, all unoccupied seats are assigned to State Quota.

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NEET 2020 Cut off Marks

The cut-off is the least score that should be attained to qualify for the entrance examination. The cut-off for NEET Exam will be published by the NTA in the month of June 2020 along with the result declaration. The list will contain the All India category wise ranks of the qualified candidates. According to that, all the participating states will prepare their own merit list for the process of counselling. The NEET cut off for each category this year has shot up by 15 marks.

The NEET cut-off percentile will be declared on the scorecard in addition to the cut-off score and the number of applicants. The candidates who have cleared the cut-off will be required to then register themselves for the NEET Counselling process which is scheduled to take place by the 3rd Week of June 2020(tentative)

Listed below are some of the statistics from NEET 2019:

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NEET Cut-off percentile (Lowered)

Group/Category Cut-off scores(Lowered) Cut-off Percentile(Lowered) Cut-off score and percentile (Formerly)
General 701-107 40th 701-134 marks range – 50th
General – PH 106-096 35th 133-120 marks range – 45th
SC/ST/OBC 106-086 30th 133-107 marks range – 40th
SC/ST/OBC – PH 106-086 30th 133-107 marks range – 40th

NEET cut off 2019 – Reviewed qualifying criteria

Group/Category Lowered cutoff score Revised cutoff percentile No. of candidates
UR 701-107 40th 8,45,015
SC 106-086 30th 20,384
OBC 106-086 30th 61,479
ST 106-086 30th 9,911
UR-PH 106-096 35th 99
OBC-PH 106-086 30th 272
SC-PH 106-086 30th 65
ST-PH 106-086 30th 18
Total 9,37,243

NEET cut off 2019 – Qualifying criteria (previously)

Group/Category Cutoff score Revised cutoff percentile No. of candidates
UR 701-134 50th percentile 7,04,335
SC 133-107 40th percentile 20,009
OBC 133-107 40th percentile 63,789
ST 133-107 40th percentile 8,455
UR-PH 133-120 45th percentile 266
OBC-PH 119-107 40th percentile 142
SC-PH 119-107 40th percentile 32
ST-PH 119-107 40th percentile 14
Total 7,97,042

NEET Cut off Percentile Calculation:

If 1,00,000 candidates appeared for the exam and a candidate secured 100 rank then the NEET cutoff percentile will be: [(10,00,000 – 100) ÷ 10,00,000] × 100 = 99.99.

Gender Candidates Qualified NEET Cut off Appeared Candidates Registered Candidates
Female 3,45,313 6,16,772 6,41,839
Transgender 5 8 8
Male 2,66,221 4,73,305 4,97,043
Total 6,11,539 10,90,085 11,38,890

AIQ NEET Cutoff ranks of Top Medical Colleges

The candidates can check previous years’ NEET cut off trends of top medical colleges in India from the table mentioned below:

Top 10 Medical Colleges All India Quota Closing rank (General Category)

Location College NEET Closing Rank
2016 2017 2018 2019
Delhi Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) 44 49 58 32
Delhi Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College (VMMC) 106 82 107 157
Delhi University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) 128 185 165 171
Delhi Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC) 263 369 314 5228
Mumbai Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College (GSMC) 408 297 296 638
Lucknow King George’s Medical University (KGMU) 506 725 703 908
Chennai Stanley Medical College (SMC) 2,264 3,858 3520  
Mumbai Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals (GMCSJJGH) 408 1,018 1122  

NEET Cut off Ranks

The candidates can check previous year’s NEET Cutoff trends of prominent medical colleges from the table mentioned below.

Given below is the statistics for NEET 2018:

Category MBBS BDS
Opening Rank Closing Rank Opening Rank Closing Ranking
General 1 5579 3792 10920
OBC NCL 53 5922 5805 10891
Scheduled Caste SC 97 38660 14000 49936
Scheduled Tribe ST 224 62604 61096 84770

The following table depicts NEET 2017 cutoff ranks (Opening and Closing Ranks) under AIQ (All India Quota) category for MBBS and BDS courses.

Category MBBS (Round 1) BDS (Round 1)
Opening Rank Closing Rank Opening Rank Closing Ranking
OBC NCL 53 5922 5805 10891
Scheduled Caste SC 97 38660 14000 49936
Scheduled Tribe ST 224 62604 61096 84770
General 1 5799 3792 10920

NEET cut off ranks for All India Quota Round 2

Category MBBS (Round 2) BDS (Round 2)
Opening Rank Closing Rank Opening Rank Closing Ranking
OBC NCL 152 5234 7317 9254
Scheduled Caste SC 1762 38177 38558 47695
Scheduled Tribe ST 5332 62604 61096 73861
General 45 5922 5314 10896

The following table depicts the previous year’s NEET cutoff ranks (Opening and Closing Ranks) for MBBS and BDS courses in Deemed University.

Category MBBS (Round 1) BDS (Round 1)
Opening Rank Closing Rank Opening Rank Closing Ranking
OBC NCL 465 2514 9607 12165
Scheduled Caste SC 2046 20687 35045 54965
Scheduled Tribe ST 6309 42693 78677 100687
General 4 647124 5130 614065

NEET cut off ranks for Deemed University Round 2

Category MBBS (Round 2) BDS (Round 2)
Opening Rank Closing Rank Opening Rank Closing Ranking
OBC NCL 1148 5680 12235 13672
Scheduled Caste SC 16754 43253 59095 72836
Scheduled Tribe ST 27581 64283 88136 92328
General 90 639759 8020 499849

NEET Counselling 2020

NTA will declare NEET Results 2020 on 4th of June 2020. The counselling process will commence from 3rd Week of June 2020. At first, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct 15% All India Quota (AIQ) counselling followed by 85% state quota seats counselling which will be conducted separately by respective state counselling authorities. The candidates are required to register online for participating in the counselling process.

Stay tuned with BYJU’S for more information on NEET 2020 cut off ranks for top medical colleges, counselling procedure, opening and closing ranks for MBBS and BDS courses, preparation tips and more.

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