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Compare the NEET Cutoff 2020 and past cutoff trends to plan for future

NEET Cutoff 2020 along with the results are now out on the official website on 16th October 2020. The result and cutoff are announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) in an online mode and aspirants must visit the official website – ntaneet.nic.in to check their results. Here we will share the NEET Cutoff 2020 as well as past year trends, NEET Percentile Calculation, and factors affecting cutoff for future students to plan better.

The NEET Cutoff 2020 so published is the qualifying cutoff required to pass the exam and also take admission to AYUSH and BDS courses. NEET Merit List will be used by MCC to allot seats through the counseling process in various courses like Animal Husbandry and BVSc. under 15% All India Quota. Scroll down to know more about NEET cutoff 2020, past trends, and others.

NEET Cutoff 2020

The NEET Cutoff percentile 2020 along with cutoff score this year for different categories is given below in a tabulated format:

Category

NEET Cutoff Percentile

Cutoff Score

Number of Qualified Candidates

General

50th Percentile    

720-147

6,82,406

General – PH

45th Percentile

146-129

99

       OBC

40th Percentile

146-113

61,265

        ST

40th Percentile

146-113

19,572

        SC

40th Percentile

146-113

7,837

   OBC & PH

40th Percentile    

128-113

233

      SC & PH

40th Percentile    

128-113

70

      ST & PH

40th Percentile    

128-113

18

NEET Cutoff Percentile 2020 Category-wise: MBBS/BDS

Category

Cutoff Percentile

General

50th

General-PH

45th

SC/ST/OBC

40th

SC/ST/OBC – PH

40th

Here, the expected NEET cutoff percentile for MBBS/BDS courses seems to be 50th for General Category, 40th for SC, ST, OBC, and PH categories, and 45th for General-PH category. Below are the cutoffs at some of the top colleges.

Factors Affecting NEET Cutoff 2020

Calculation of NEET cutoff 2020 and percentile is done on the basis of various factors. The factors for calculating cutoffs are mentioned below:

  • Number of candidates applying
  • Level of difficulty
  • Performance
  • Availability of seats
  • Category of the candidates

NEET 2020 Cutoff Percentile Calculation

The percentile marks can be calculated by the following method:

  • If an aspirant has obtained Rank x in the exam and the total number of students who have appeared is y.
  • The formula for calculation of the percentile is: [(y-x)/y]*100

NEET Cutoff 2019 Trends: Some Highlights

Here, a brief snapshot of last year NEET cutoff is mentioned along with the number of qualified candidates:

Number of Candidates

14,10,755

Number of  Qualified Candidates

797,042

NEET cutoff percentile for General category

50th

NEET cutoff score for General category

134

NEET cutoff percentile for Reserved category

40th

NEET cutoff score for Reserved category

107

NEET Cutoff 2019 : MBBS/ BDS

NEET cut off for MBBS / BDS, 2019 for different categories are given below:

Category

Percentile

MBBS/BDS cut off score

General

50th

701-134

General-PH

45th

133-120

SC/ST/OBC

40th

133-107

SC/ ST/ OBC – PH

40th

119-107

NEET Cutoff 2019: MBBS

NEET cut off score for the year 2019 as prescribed by different medical and dental colleges of India are given below in a tabulated format.

Institute Name

Cut Off Score (Round 1)

Cut off score (Round 2)

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

21

32

University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi

121

171

Seth G. S Median College, Mumbai

270

638

VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi

92

157

Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi

333

489

Dr. BSA Medical College, Delhi

476

715

IMS BHU, Varanasi, UP

479

669

SMS Medical College, India

523

760

KGMU, Lucknow

496

908

B. J Medical College, Ahmedabad

536

543

Grant Medical College and Sir J. J Hospital, Mumbai

568

1329

Government Medical College, Kozhikode

591

1875

Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak

1061

1825

Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Mumbai

1169

2773

Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai

1179

2430

Gandhi Medical College, Musheerabad, Secunderabad

1380

2391

Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla

1442

2672

Dr. RN Cooper General Hospital, Juhu, Mumbai

1903

4013

Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Kolkata

2044

3762

NEET Cut Off 2019: BDS

Neet cut off score for BDS for the year 2019 as prescribed by different medical and dental colleges of India are given below in a tabulated format:

Institute Name

Cut off Score (Round 1)

Cut off Score (Round 2)

Government College of Dentistry, Indore

8477

14973

RHUS College for Dental Science, Jaipur

6297

13999

Government Dental College and Research Institute, Bangalore

9258

17425

Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, New Delhi

9262

12243

Government Dental College, Alappuzha

9977

14048

Government Dental College and Hospital, Vijayawada

10812

17429

Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak

11665

15747

Dental College RIMS, Imphal

9838

13558

ESIC Dental College, New Delhi

9738

12747

Government Dental College, Trivandrum

11244

17712

Government Dental College, Shimla

11308

17337

SCB Medical College (Dental), Cuttack

11483

18317

Faculty of Dentistry, KG, Medical University, Lucknow

12122

14457

NEET Cutoff 2018: MBBS/ BDS

NEET cutoff for MBBS / BDS, 2018 for different categories is given below.

Category

Percentile

MBBS/BDS cut off score

General

50th

691-119

PH

45th

118-107

SC/ST/OBC

40th

118-96

SC/ ST/ OBC – PH

40th

106-96

NEET Cutoff 2017

NEET cutoff score and percentile for the year 2017 is given below in a tabulated format –

Category

Cut off percentile

Cut off score

General

50th

697-131

OBC/ SC/ ST

40th

130-107

OBC/ SC/ ST – PH

45th

130-118

General PH

40th

130-107

NEET Cutoff 2020 vs Past Year Trends

Well, the percentile is more or less the same throughout for the General category, which is 50th percentile. But for OBC/SC/ST (including PH), and General-PH, it varies between the two – 40th and 45th percentile if you compare the 2017 cutoffs. But the cutoff marks are different and varying every year. The cutoff range in 2020 for General is 720-147, while in 2019 it was 701-134. Likewise, compare the marks of the past 5 years and you will see that the competition is increasing gradually. So plan your preparation accordingly.

NEET Counselling 2020

Candidates who have successfully qualified NEET-UG examination are called for further counseling. The result includes NEET percentile, total marks, All India Rank (AIR), category rank, and some other details. The counseling is done through All India Quota Seats and State Quota Seats:

  • 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats
  • 85% of State Quota seats
  • Deemed and Central universities
  • ESIC and AFMS
  • Private institutes

With the exam successfully concluded, and the NEET Cutoff 2020 is out, all eyes are now on the MCC counseling subsequently. The counseling will be the final step to your dream medical college. This piece of information can be used by future aspirants to plan their preparation accordingly. Rest, we are sure students will put in their best efforts and will emerge with flying colors.

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