NEET Result 2021

NEET 2021 exam is scheduled to be conducted soon by the National Testing Agency (NTA).  The results for the same are announced a few weeks following the exam along with the release of the final script of answer keys, solutions and the cut-offs. NEET 2021 results will be announced only in the online mode, similar to how it was observed last year i.e., NEET results 2020.

NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is a medical entrance examination, conducted for admissions to MBBS and BDS (Dental) courses offered by various private and government medical institutes in India. The students are required to provide their D.O.B and Roll Number to download the NEET result 2021. NEET UG 2021 result will display NEET cutoff marks, total marks scored, percentile, AIR, marks scored in each subject (PCB), AIQ Rank (All India Quota), and category rank. The candidates clearing the specified cutoff marks will be included in All India Merit List. Also, All India Quota list (AIQ) will be prepared for qualified candidates opted for admission under AIQ category.

NEET Result 2021

Also See: NEET Counselling

Every year, approximately 1.5 million students appear for this exam for admissions to more than 1 Lakh MBBS and BDS seats across the country. The counselling process will commence soon after the declaration of NEET result 2021. The Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) shall commence counselling through the online mode and hence this will require students to register online. Students who have cleared the cut-off and qualified for NEET 2021 with the mentioned percentile will be eligible for participating in NEET 2021 Counselling. The DGHS shall conduct NEET counselling for 15% of the seats from the gross intake which includes all the government colleges for All India Quota candidates except for colleges of J & K state.

The important dates for NEET 2021 are mentioned below:

Events Important Dates
NEET 2021 Exam Date To be announced
Duration of Exam 3 hours
Release date of Final Answer keys To be announced
Announcement of Results To be announced
Last date to download results Soon to  be announced
Counselling Procedure- 1

Registration begins, choice filling, indicative seats

Soon to  be announced
Result of counselling Procedure-1 Soon to  be announced
Counselling Procedure- 2

New Registration, Payment Facility

Soon to  be announced
Result of counselling Procedure – 2 Soon to be announced

Details Mentioned on NEET Result Card 2021:

Application Number Roll Number
Name of the Candidate Nationality
Date of Birth Gender
Mother’s and Father’s Name Category
Total Marks Sub-Category
Percentile Score Marks Scored in Biology, Physics, and Chemistry
All India Rank (Overall and Category Rank) Cut-off Marks for Counselling under All India Seats
All India Quota Rank (Overall and Category Rank) NEET Qualifying Status, NEET cut-off score

What are the credentials required to check the NEET 2021 UG result?

The credentials required are –

  • Roll number
  • Date of birth
  • Security pin

What are some details mentioned on the NEET 2021 scorecard?

Some of the details mentioned are:

  • Name of the candidate
  • Subject-wise marks and the percentile score
  • AIR (All India Ranking) for 15% of AIQ seats
  • NEET cut-off score

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For how long is the result valid?

NEET 2021 exams are scheduled to be conducted soon, results for the same are announced a few weeks later. Your NEET 2021 score shall be valid for the academic session 2021-2022. In case the aspirant is interested to pursue medicine outside India, then the score shall be valid for 3 years beginning from 2021.

What are some of the courses students can opt for on successfully qualifying for NEET 2021?

Aspirants upon successfully qualifying NEET 2021 exams can opt for the following courses:

  • MBBS
  • BDS
  • BAMS
  • BHMS
  • BUMS
  • B.V.Sc
  • BNYS
  • AH

Read More: What After NEET?

How to Check NEET 2021 Results?

The candidates can check their NEET-UG Result 2021 online by following the below-mentioned steps:

    1. Visit NTA’s official website
    2. Enter your Application Number and D.O.B/password and click the Submit Button. These are the same set of credentials that the candidate has entered at the time of registration for NEET 2021 exam.
    3. The browser takes the user to the next window where the results will be displayed
    4. Download and save your scorecard. Take a printout of the same for counselling and hence for admissions

NEET 2020 results

NEET UG 2021 Results – All India Quota Rank

All India Quota rank (AIQ) will be declared for admission to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats. Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the counselling for AIQ seats based on AIQ rank provided in NEET AIQ Rank letter. Admissions under the State Quota seats and 15% All India Quota seats are rendered governing to the rank obtained in NEET 2021. Once the results are out, the Ministry of Health Services and Family Welfare, The Directorate General of Health Services, the Government of India will commence the NEET 2021 Counselling.

NEET Result 2021 – Cutoff Marks

NEET Cutoff marks for the general and reserved category candidates is declared along with the declaration of NEET Result 2021. The students can check previous years’ category wise cutoff marks and total candidates qualified from each category from the table given below (Data is from previous trends).

Category Range of Qualifying Marks Cutoff Percentile Total Qualifying Candidates
Unreserved Category (UR) 131 to 697 Marks 50th Percentile 5,43,473
UR PH (Physically Handicapped) 118 to 130 Marks 45th Percentile 67
OBC NCL (Non Creamy Layer) 107 to 130 Marks 40th Percentile 47,382
OBC PH (Physically Handicapped) 107 to 130 Marks 40th Percentile 152
Scheduled Caste (SC) 107 to 130 Marks 40th Percentile 14,599
SC PH (Physically Handicapped) 107 to 130 Marks 40th Percentile 38
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 107 to 130 Marks 40th Percentile 6,018
ST PH (Physically Handicapped) 107 to 130 Marks 40th Percentile 10

NEET 2021 Result – Tie-Breaking Criteria

While preparing NEET 2021 result, the all India rank of candidates securing equal marks is determined after considering the following factors:

Criteria 1: The Candidate scoring more marks in Biology will be given a higher rank.

Criteria 2: If the tie still remains, the Candidate scoring more marks in Chemistry will be awarded a higher rank.

Criteria 3: Further, the candidate with the least number of wrong answers will be given a higher rank.

Criteria 4: Finally, the age criteria will be applied and the candidate senior in age will be awarded a higher rank in NEET-UG result 2021.

NEET Result 2021 Marking Scheme

NTA shall follow a specific set of marking scheme blueprint while calculating the result of NEET 2021. The students can also evaluate their expected NEET scores by following the given below marking scheme.

  • Four marks will be awarded for every correct answer.
  • For every incorrect answer or more than one answer being marked, 1 mark will be deducted.
  • However, there will be no negative marking for questions left unattempted.

Check out: NEET Rank Predictor

NEET UG 2021 Result – Top Medical Colleges

Given below is a detailed list of top medical colleges of India along with the list of last cutoff rank which got admission.

Top 10 Medical Colleges All India Quota Closing rank (General Category)
Location College/University – NEET Closing Rank 2016 2017 2018
Delhi Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) 44 49 58
Delhi Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College (VMMC) 106 82 107
Delhi University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) 128 185 165
Delhi Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC) 263 369 314
Mumbai Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College (GSMC) 408 297 296
Lucknow King George’s Medical University (KGMU) 506 725 703
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

Stay tuned with BYJU’S to know more about NEET 2021 counselling procedure, opening and closing ranks for top medical colleges in India, and other exam-related updates.

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