NEET 2020 State Wise Rank List

NEET State-wise rank list 2020 will be released by the state counselling authorities for seats to be occupied by the qualified candidates during NEET Counselling sessions. In total, there are 85% seats under the state quota in all the private medical institutions including dental colleges. The rank list for NEET 2020 is framed on the grounds of marks secured in the qualifying test.

NEET exams are carried out annually for students to occupy nearly 1 lakh+ seats inclusive of MBBS (76,928) and dental (26,949) courses presented by the private, government, central, and deemed institutes across the states. In addition to the conventional MBBS and BDS courses, this year onwards, State merit list for NEET 2020 will also be used for admissions to AYUSH, AH, and BVSc courses.

For NEET 2020, the state counseling authorities shall conduct counselling in accordance with the state rank list of NEET 2020 UG exams. Hence, admissions to the private and government institutes across the state shall be carried out through the NEET state merit list 2020. Only those students who qualify the exam will make it to the state merit list. For students to qualify the NEET UG 2020 exam, they must clear the NEET cut-off score declared, which is the least qualifying score and percentile which must be secured to qualify. Once students make it to the NEET 2020 State merit list, there are some criteria of eligibility inclusive of qualification, domicile, etc that must be fulfilled by the candidate.

NEET State Wise Rank List 2020 – How Is It Framed?

  • Candidates who clear the NEET cut-of score and qualify the exam for further rounds of counselling must ensure to carefully understand and read the eligibility criteria.
  • Now proceed to fill up the application forms accessible either through the offline or online mode
  • The officials will now prepare a list established on details entered during the registration
  • Once the list is prepared, established on the NEET 2020 marks obtained by candidates, the officials release the NEET 2020 state rank list

Almost all the states issue the NEET merit list provisionally, which clearly mentions the details of candidates. These candidates must arrive at the mentioned venue in order to verify the certificates and documents. Once the verification is completed, the state officials shall prepare and release a final NEET 2020 State-wise merit list. This serves as the final list for NEET 2020 counselling.

For students’ ease, we have brought for them the state-wise NEET 2020 Rank list, just a click away. Just click on the corresponding link of your states and get the details.

NEET Rank List of various states and release status is as mentioned below

Name of the state Status
Andhra Pradesh Soon To Be Announced
Assam Soon To Be Announced
Bihar Soon To Be Announced
Chhattisgarh Soon To Be Announced
Goa Soon To Be Announced
Himachal Pradesh Soon To Be Announced
Haryana Soon To Be Announced
Jammu and Kashmir Soon To Be Announced
Karnataka Soon To Be Announced
Kerala Soon To Be Announced
Maharashtra Soon To Be Announced
Madhya Pradesh Soon To Be Announced
Manipur MBBS Soon To Be Announced
Odisha Soon To Be Announced
Punjab Soon To Be Announced
Rajasthan Soon To Be Announced
Tripura Soon To Be Announced
Telangana Soon To Be Announced
Tamil Nadu Soon To Be Announced
Jharkhand Soon To Be Announced
Uttarakhand Soon To Be Announced
Uttar Pradesh Soon To Be Announced
West Bengal Soon To Be Announced
Gujarat Soon To Be Announced
Chandigarh Soon To Be Announced
DU Soon To Be Announced
IPU (Delhi) Soon To Be Announced
BHU Soon To Be Announced
AMU Soon To Be Announced

NEET State Wise Rank List 2020 – Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidate must compulsorily clear class 12 board exams or an equivalent exam to take up medical courses such as BDS/MBBS/BUMS/BAMS, etc through NEET 2020 exams as the eligibility criteria for domicile varies
  • For students to be eligible, one must pass the NEET exams by clearing the released NEET 2020 Cut-off score compulsorily failing at which one cannot proceed to the further rounds. It is the minimum cut-off percentile, which is pivotal for eligibility consideration to get admitted through the 85% state quota seats under private universities

In order for students to get a clearer picture, cut-off marks, and percentile from previous years NEET exams are rendered in this table. With this, aspirants can get clear insights

Category-wise NEET Percentile and Cut-off score From Previous Years

Category Cut-off score Minimum Qualifying Percentile
2018 2019
General 119-691 134-701 50th
OBC/SC/ST 96-118 107-133 40th
General – PH 107-118 120-133 45th
OBC/SC/ST – PH 96-106 107-133 40th

Also See: NEET Seat Allotment 2020

NEET 2020 State Wise Rank List – Key points

  • Once the NEET 2020 exam takes place and NEET 2020 results are announced, the enrolling for NEET 2020 state counselling process will be informed
  • Almost all the states shall release a separate state-wise merit list for NEET 2020 for every round of counselling
  • Generally, states like Tamil Nadu happens to release a separate merit list for admission to UG medical courses in both government and private colleges
  • Before the allotment process commences at the state level, the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh shall release their corresponding lists of candidates that shall pass the class 12 exams from their states. This list shall be declared on the grounds of information rendered by the DGHS (Directorate General of Health Services) representing the MCC(Medical Counselling Committee)
  • The provisional NEET state-wise Merit list 2020 shall be generated once the candidates have filled in submitted the application form before or on the last date specified
  • Registered and approved candidates making it to the merit list should go ahead and report to verify the documents which typically occur through the offline mode. For this, one must carry all the documents/certificates specified
  • Subsequently, the state officials shall publish the NEET state-wise merit list, which serves as a document inviting all the eligible candidates for the counselling and hence admission process at the state-level
  • The merit list for institutes shall be published separately by the corresponding officials for the AFMC counselling, Pune as it is carried out separately
  • For institutes under the Central universities such as Delhi University (DU), Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Jamia Milia Islamia (JMI), the Medical Counselling Committee shall release the NEET 2020 Merit list for admissions.

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