NEET 2019 Cut Off For Government Colleges You Might Want to Know

NEET 2019 Cut Off For Government Colleges:

The NEET exam or the National Eligibility Entrance Test is conducted each year for students seeking admission to MBBS and BDS courses across various colleges in India. Medical education in India is offered through the numerous government and private colleges. The NEET cut off for government colleges has been released.

NEET 2019 Cut Off For Government Colleges
NEET 2019 Cut Off For Government Colleges

Here are the details of the NEET 2019 cut off for government colleges:

NEET 2019 Minimum Qualifying Percentile and Score

Category Qualifying Cutoff Cutoff Score
Unreserved (UR) 50th Percentile 704-134
Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH) 45th Percentile 133-120
Scheduled Caste (SC) 40th Percentile 133-107
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 40th Percentile 133-107
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 40th Percentile 133-107
SC-PH 40th Percentile 119-107
ST-PH 40th Percentile 119-107
OBC-PH 40th Percentile 119-107

The factors that determine the NEET cut off include the following:

  • The number of candidates who appeared for the NEET exam.
  • The difficulty level of the exam.
  • The total number of seats available for admission for MBBS and BDS courses.

The NEET 2019 cut off for government colleges is based on the following assertions:

  • The NEET 2019 cutoff is the minimum percentile (or marks) that a candidate needs to score in their particular category to qualify in the exam.
  • Those candidates who qualify in the NEET 2019 exam and score the prescribed minimum marks will be allowed to participate in the state and central counselling.
  • Those candidates who are unable to score the cutoff percentile will not be considered for admission.
  • NEET 2019 cutoff for government colleges under the 15% all India quota will be made available at the time of counselling and seat allotment.

The NEET 2019 cut off for government colleges for various states is available online at the NTA website. Candidates can check online for the various government colleges that they are eligible to apply for as per the cut off list released.

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