What is the expected NEET 2019 Cut Off for Government Colleges?

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National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) on May 5, 2019. NEET is conducted for students applying to MBBS and BDS programs in all the Medical Institutes approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI) except a few institutes. This year, it is expected that more than 13 lakh candidates will be appearing for the national entrance examination at around 2,255 test centres across India. To get a seat in a Govt. medical college, you need to keep a regular watch on NEET cutoff for previous years. 



NEET cut off is the minimum marks that candidates have to score in the entrance test to be eligible for the NEET Counselling. However, remember one thing that merely qualifying NEET cut off doesn’t guarantee you admission in the medical college. Students prefer Government medical colleges due to the huge disparity in the fee structure of Government and Private institutions. Moreover, the quality standards maintained by all the Government intuitions along with the exposure is also not matched by a lot of private medical colleges.
Keep reading the article to know important details about NEET 2019 Cut off for Govt. colleges such as NEET cut off for admission to govt. medical colleges for the year 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016.

Factors affecting NEET cut off

The important factors on which NEET Cut Off depends are given below:

·  The total number of students appearing for the entrance examination
·  The difficulty level of the question paper
·  Total number of seats available in various medical and dental colleges across India

NEET Cut off 2019 for Govt. Colleges

As we all know, NTA will conduct NEET this year. NEET Cut off are the minimum marks that candidates have to score in order to get shortlisted for the NEET Counselling for admission to the Government Colleges under the 15% All India Quota or the State Quota. The expected cut off for NEET 2019 is provided in the table given below:

Category
Cut off percentile
Range of marks
General
50th percentile
685-145
Other Backward Classes (OBC)
40th percentile
678-118
Scheduled Caste (SC)
40th percentile
595-188
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
40th percentile
599-188
Category wise NEET 2018 cut off for Govt. Colleges

NET UG is conducted for two courses i.e. MBBS and BDS. The opening and closing NEET Cut off rank for some of the top Govt. Medical Colleges are provided in the table given below:

Category
Opening Rank  for MBBS
Closing Rank for MBBS
Opening Rank for BDS
Closing Rank for BDS
UR
1
5579
3792
10920
OBC
53
5922
5805
10891
SC
97
38660
14000
49936
ST
224
62604
61096
84770
UR-PH
19333
325322
291627
393704
OBC-PH
30802
214943
375414
375414
SC-PH
66753
551965
210691
451909
ST-PH
112786
533284
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If you want to get the admission in Govt. Medical Colleges in India under NEET, you must have knowledge about the NEET 2018 cut off for govt. colleges. It will help you to choose the Govt. Medical College according to the tank at the time of counseling.

NEET Cut off Trends for Govt. Colleges

The closing ranks for the popular medical govt. colleges across India accepting NEET score are provided in the table mentioned above. This table will definitely give you an idea about the approximate rank that you need to secure for admission in the best medical colleges across India.

Medical Colleges
Closing Rank (2016)
Closing Rank (2015)
Closing Rank (2014)
Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi
44
28
59
VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
106
56
105
University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi
128
97
158
Lady Harding Medical College, Delhi
263
117
284
Govt. Medical College, Chandigarh
162
158
303
Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai
408
216
459
King George’s Medical Univesity, Lucknow
506
386
776
Stanley Medical College, Chennai
2264
2039
2003
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai
408
565
1008
Factors that determine the Merit List in case of a tie

If two or more students score equal marks, the under mentioned tie-breaking factors are used in the same order to prepare the merit list:

Tie-Breaking Factors used to determine NEET Merit List

·  Candidate who scores higher in Biology in NEET will secure a higher position in the Merit List.

·  If tie is not resolved even after considering the above factor, candidate with a higher score in Chemistry in NEET will be placed higher in merit list.

·  If the tie still remains even after considering the two above mentioned factors, candidate with less number of incorrect attempts will be placed higher in merit list.

·  If the tie still persists, candidate who is senior in age will be placed higher in the Merit.

From the above factors, you can see that the more you score in Biology and Chemistry in NEET, the better will be your chances of cracking the entrance examination. Also, you must have least number of mistakes. Don’t forget to choose questions wisely and cautiously to answer.

Don’t forget that you are competing with lakhs of students who appear for NEET. So, focus on your studies and work hard. So, you must score high marks to get your seat confirmed in the top medical colleges across India.
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