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NEET Cut-off 2021 Released: Check Category Wise qualifying marks!

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The National Testing Agency NTA has revealed the results and NEET Cut-Off 2021 late Monday evening, the gateway to undergraduate medical seats in institutions throughout India (NTA).

NEET-UG is the entrance exam for students interested in MBBS, BDS, Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery, Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery, Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery, Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

NEET 2021 highlights by NTA: 

The number of candidates eligible to participate in the counselling procedure will be determined by the NEET cut-off. The following are the highlights of the NEET 2021 examination:

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Particular2021 Data
number of candidates registered for neet 202116,14,777
Presented Candidates15,44,275
Absent Candidates 70,502
Indian Nationals16,12,276
Open category4,60,159
Number of Cities202 i.e. including Kuwait & Dubai
Number of Languages13
Number of Centres3858
Number of Centre / Deputy Centre Superintendent9740
Total Number of rooms1,34,570
Total Number of invigilators2,69,140
Number of Observers5,880
Number of City Coordinators220

NEET 2021 Cut-Off by NTA:

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The qualifying NEET cut off 2021, as well as an official brochure, has been issued by the NTA. The NEET qualifying percentile has remained unchanged from last year, at the 50 percentile for GN candidates and the 40 and 45percentile for SC/ST/OBC and GN-PH applicants, respectively.

More than or equal to 138-720 for GN and 108-137 for OBC/ SC/ ST category candidates are required to appear for the NEET counselling

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Candidates CategoryPercentile 2021 Cut-OffQualified Personel
UR or EWS/ General50th percentile720-138770864
OBC40th percentile137-10866978
SC40th percentile137-10822384
ST40th percentile137-1089312
UR or EWS-PWD45th percentile137-122313
OBC: PWD40th percentile121-108157
SC: PWD40th percentile121-10859
ST: PWD40th percentile121-10814

NEET Cut-off for Top Medical Colleges in India-

Under the AQI seats counselling procedure, AIIMS Delhi’s starting and closing ranks for the 2020 session were 1 and 51, respectively.

The starting and closing ranks for admission to Maulana Azad Medical College in Delhi, respectively, were 53 and 16508. Colleges that accept NEET Scores may be found here.

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Participating Colleges Location Cut-off
Maulana Azad Medical CollegeDelhi687
VMMC and Safdarjung HospitalDelhi675
Lady Hardinge Medical CollegeDelhi661
University College of Medical SciencesDelhi675
PT. B.D. SHARMA Postgraduate Institute of Medical SciencesRohtak, Haryana638
Kalpana Chawla Govt. Medical CollegeKarnal, Haryana618
Employees State Insurance Corporation Medical CollegeHaryana607
SHKM Government Medical CollegeMewat, Haryana605
Indira Gandhi Medical CollegeHimachal Pradesh630
Dr Rajendra Prasad Medical CollegeHimachal Pradesh610
Government Medical College HamirpurHimachal Pradesh601
Atal Bihari Vajpayee Government Medical CollegeVidisha, M.P594
Bundelkhand Medical CollegeSagar, M.P600
Gandhi Medical CollegeBhopal, M.P619
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Medical CollegeJabalpur, M.P605
Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical CollegePune, Maharashtra635
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ HospitalMumbai, Maharashtra645
Indira Gandhi Government Medical CollegeNagpur, Maharashtra607
Government Medical CollegeAurangabad, Maharashtra597
RUHS College of Medical SciencesJaipur, Rajasthan635
S.M.S. Medical CollegeJaipur, Rajasthan655
Sardar Patel Medical CollegeBikaner, Rajasthan629
Government Medical CollegeKota, Rajasthan611
Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu UniversityVaranasi, U.P656
S.N. Medical CollegeAgra, U.P611
Moti Lal Nehru Medical CollegeAllahabad, U.P613
King George’s Medical CollegeLucknow, U.P651
Coimbatore Medical CollegeCoimbatore, T.N607
Madras Medical CollegeChennai, T.N640
Stanley Medical CollegeChennai, T.N617
Calcutta National Medical CollegeKolkata, W.B607
College Of Medicine and JNM HospitalKalyani, W.B590
Sagar Dutta Medical College & HospitalKolkata, W.B599
Andhra Medical CollegeVisakhapatnam, A.P617
Guntur Medical CollegeGuntur, A.P596
Guwahati Medical CollegeGuwahati, Assam601
Silchar Medical CollegeSilchar, Assam585
Assam Medical CollegeDibrugarh, Assam586
Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical CollegeGaya, Bihar591
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical CollegeBhagalpur, Bihar594
Nalanda Medical CollegePatna, Bihar610
Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical SciencesPatna, Bihar617
Patna Medical CollegePatna, Bihar637
Pt. J N M Medical CollegeRaipur, Chhattisgarh598
Goa Medical CollegePanaji, Goa605
B.J. Medical CollegeAhmedabad, Gujarat660
Government Medical CollegeBhavnagar, Gujarat606
Pt. D.D.U Medical CollegeRajkot, Gujarat611
Pataliputra Medical CollegeDhanbad, Jharkhand596
Rajendra Institute of Medical ScienceRanchi, Jharkhand614
M.G.M. Medical CollegeJamshedpur, Jharkhand598
Gandhi Medical CollegeSecunderabad, Telangana633
Osmania Medical CollegeKoti, Telangana625
ESIC Medical CollegeHyderabad, Telangana595
Bangalore Medical CollegeBangalore, Karnataka644
Mysore Medical and Research InstituteMysore, Karnataka618
ESI-MC&PGIMS&RBangalore, Karnataka605

Cut-off Parameters for NEET 2021:

  • The total number of seats available in participating colleges
  • The number of students that took the NEET 2021 test
  • The complexity and difficulty level of the exam

NEET Previous Years Cutoff Marks: See Category wise!

CategoryCutoff percentileNEET 2020 Cutoff score
Others50th Percentile720 – 147
OBC40th Percentile146 – 113
SC40th Percentile146 – 113
ST40th Percentile146 – 113
UR & PH45th Percentile146 – 129
OBC & PH40th Percentile128 – 113
SC & PH40th Percentile128 – 113

Reservation Criteria for NEET 2021 – AIQ, State, and Central Quota:

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  • Admission to seats under the All India 15% and 85 percent state quotas is based on the NEET cutoff for 2021.
  • Admission to almost 12000 MBBS and BDS seats in India’s Government Medical and Dental institutes will be based on an All India rank list based on the NEET cut off score. 
  • The admission authorities will create a merit list based on the NEET cut-off score for the 85 percent State quota seats. 
  • Furthermore, the NEET cutoff 2021 is used to determine eligibility for MBBS and BDS seats at the majority of Deemed, Private, and Central Universities.
  • This year, the 15 AIIMS and 2 JIPMER colleges will not hold separate entrance tests and will instead be included in the NEET counselling process.

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Calculation of Percentile in NEET:

Knowing the NEET score and the NEET score of the topper for that year makes calculating the NEET percentile simple. To calculate the percentile, replace your values in the formula :

NEET Percentile= NEET score*100/ NEET score of the topper.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. Will NEET 2021 cut-off decrease?

The unreserved category cut-off for NEET 2021 has lowered from 720-147 to 720-138 in NEET 2021, and students in all categories have seen a decline.

Q. Is 500 marks enough for NEET 2021?

An applicant must score at least 500 out of 720 in NEET to get admitted to a top medical college. If you achieve a 500 or above on the NEET 2022, you will be guaranteed a spot at a reputable college.

Q. Which state has the lowest NEET cutoff?

In the NEET exam, Goa has the lowest cutoff. Especially at the Goa Medical College, Bambolin, a government medical college.

Q. What are the MBBS fees in a private college?

The price of an MBBS degree in India varies depending on the university. Private colleges would charge between 20 and 70 lakhs in fees, while government institutes will charge between 20,000 and 7.5 lakhs.

Q. What is the minimum NEET score required for admission to MBBS?

Students must achieve a minimum of 50% in the UR category and 40% in the SC/ST/OBC category to qualify for NEET. To get into a good private medical institution, you must score at least 350 on the NEET-UG 2021 exam.

Summing Up,

Candidates who scored up to or over the cutoff point were included in the NEET 2021 all-India merit list. Candidates will now be contacted for 15% all-India quota counselling based on their merit.

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