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AIIMS MBBS 2020 is replaced by NEET, New Delhi is a national level undergraduate medical entrance exam to enroll candidates into the MBBS program offered at 15 AIIMS in the country. The basic registration process has started from November 30, 2018 and would end eventually on January 03, 2019. All the aspirants are advised to stay updated on the events and apply well in advance to avoid any confusion.
AIIMS 2019 Registration will be a two-stage process.
Stage 1: Basic Registration (till 3rd January 2019)
Stage 2: Final Registration (till 12th March 2019)
AIIMS MBBS 2019 Exam is scheduled on May 25 and 26, 2019. Only the registered candidates will be eligible to camplete final registration process, commencing from February 21, 2019.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 will be conducted in CBT (Computer Based Test) mode across 4 shifts – Morning and Evening (May 25 and May 26). AIIMS MBBS exam will comprise 200 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Knowledge sections. Check Here AIIMS MBBS Exam Pattern
NEET PG rank is the overall merit position of the candidate among all candidates who have appeared for NEET PG 2020. Getting NEET PG Rank makes a candidate eligible for All India 50% Quota. NEET PG Rank 2020 will be released only in the online mode.
Note– You can use NEET PG College Predictor to know the expected colleges.
NEET PG 2020 result released on January 31, 2020. It will show the scorecard of students. As per the latest official update, NBE shall release only the result and the cut off list. There will be no provision of the NEET PG answer key for anyone according to the Non-Disclosure Agreement.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2019 will be organized by the National Testing Agency(NTA). From the year 2019, NEET will be conducted twice a year in an online mode. Candidates can appear for NEET 2019 twice a year and the best score will be considered for admission.
NEET is the only national-level medical entrance exam to be conducted by NTA from the year 2019, earlier CBSE conducted NEET. NEET is organized to select candidates for admission in MBBS, BDS & AYUSH courses offered by all Indian Medical Colleges.
- NEET 2019 will be conducted twice.
- The application process for NEET 2019 February session will start on October 1, 2018, and will end on October 31, 2018. For the May session, the application process will start in the second week of March 2019.
- NEET 2019 will be conducted from February 03 to 17, 2019 for February session and between May 12 and May 26, 2019.
- There will be no limit in the number of attempts, candidates can appear for both the test and the best score will be considered for the admission.
- Both examinations will be held in 8 different settings each and candidates will have a choice to pick one in each.
- NEET 2019 Results will be declared in the first week of March and June respectively for February and May session.
- The counselling and seat allocation process for NEET 2019 will begin in the last week of June 2019.
- NEET 2019 question paper will consist of 180 questions of the objective type and the total time limit is 180 minutes.
- Candidates will be awarded four marks for each correct answer. 1 mark will be deducted for wrong or unanswered questions.
NEET 2019 Highlights
|Name of Exam||National Eligibility cum Entrance Test|
|Date of Exam||February and May|
|Conducting Body||National Testing Agency|
|Official Website||to be updated|
|Mode of Exam||Online|
|Medium of Exam||Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu and Kananda|
|Duration of Exam||180 minutes|
|Course Offered||MBBS, BDS, and AYUSH courses|
NEET 2019 Exam Dates
From this year onwards, NTE will conduct NEET twice in the month of February 2019 and May 2019. The entrance examination will be conducted from February 03 to 17, 2019 for February session and between May 12 and May 26, 2019, for May session in 8 different settings. Dates to fill NEET 2019 Application Form will be in the month of October 2018 and March 2019 and hall ticket will be made available tentatively two weeks before the examination starts. The results will be announced in the first week of March and June respectively.
Given below is the schedule for NEET 2019:
|February 2019 (NTA NEET Phase-I) 2019||Online Form/Registration||October 1, 2018, to October 31, 2018|
|Admit Card||Third week of Jan 2019|
|Exam dates||February 3 to 17, 2019|
|Result Declaration||First week of March 2019|
|May 2019 (NTA NEET Phase-II) 2019||Online Form/Registration||Second week of March|
|Admit Card||Last week of April 2019|
|Exam dates||May 12 to 26, 2019|
|Result Declaration||First week of June 2019|
NEET 2019 Eligibility
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All candidates must ensure that they will satisfy the eligibility criteria set by the National Testing Agency before applying for NEET 2019. After clearing the eligibility criteria applicant can fill the application form. As per the information, the eligibility criteria for NEET is expected to remain same:
Here is NEET 2019 Eligibility Criteria in detail:
Minimum Age Limit – 17 years of age by December 31, 2019.
Maximum Age Limit – for general category candidates is 25 years and for reserved categories, it is 30 years.
- Indian Nationals
- Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
- Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs)
- Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)
- Foreign Nationals.
- Candidates must have passed class XII or appearing for the class XII exam are eligible.
- Candidates applying must have Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology as mandatory subjects in class XII.
- Candidates must also satisfy the minimum percentile required for each category in Class XII, i.e.
NEET 2019 Application Process
The application process for Phase-I NEET 2019 will start on October 1, 2018, and the last to fill the form will be October 31, 2018. The application process can be completed in the online mode only. The application process for Phase II of NEET 2019 will begin in the second week of March 2019. Candidates must have a working mobile number and an email ID.
NTE has not yet released any statements regarding where and how to apply for NEET 2019, however, as per report it is expected to have 4 steps. The procedure for NEET 2019 Online Application Form is as follows:
Step 1: Registration
Candidates will have to fill in their basic and personal information to complete the online registration part.
- Enter the registration details i.e. Name, Father’s Name, Mother’s Name, Date of Birth, Mobile Number and email address
- After successful registration, a unique user ID and password will be sent via SMS.
Step 2: Fill the Application Form
Candidates will have to log in using their credentials to fill NEET 2019 application form.
- Read all instructions to fill the online application form.
- Fill the application form with your Personal Details like Address, Nationality, Academic qualifications, category, etc.
- Candidates will also have to select the choice of examination center and the date they wish to take the test on.
- Candidates will also have to choose the language they want to take the test.
- The candidate will be required to upload his/her recent colour photograph and Signature in jpeg format.
|Photograph||10 – 100kb||JPG||Photo must have candidate’s name & Date when the photo was taken|
|Signature||3 – 20 kb||JPG||Sign must be done with a blue or black pen on white background|
Step 3: Payment of the Application Fee
- After filling the application form, candidates have to pay the application fee through UPI App/Debit card/Credit Card/Net Banking/E-wallet.
- The application fee of NEET 2019 is expected to be INR 1400 for General & OBC candidates and INR 750 for SC/ST/PH candidates.
- After the fee has been submitted and the acknowledgement received, candidates can submit the application form. Fee once paid cannot be refunded.
Step 4: Submission
- Review the details in the entire form, make changes, if necessary and Click on Submit button.
- The application number will be generated after successful submission of NEET 2019 Application Form, candidates should note the number.
- Candidates are advised to take a print out of the application form for future use.
NEET 2019 Application fee is expected to be:
- For SC/ST candidates: INR 750
- For Other Candidates: INR 1400
NEET 2019 Hall Ticket
NEET 2019 Hall Ticket for both phases will be available online. Hall ticket will be made available for all the eligible candidates on the official website at least two weeks before the examination commences. A PDF copy of the hall ticket will be sent to the candidate’s registered email ID when he/she will download their hall ticket.
Candidates without the hall ticket will not be allowed to appear for the exam. In case of any discrepancy found in the hall ticket, candidates should contact the officials immediately.
NEET 2019 Exam Pattern
From 2019, NEET is going to be conducted in online mode only. The question paper will have objective type questions. There will be 180 questions divided into four sections. The duration of the examination will be 180 minutes. For each correct answer four marks will be awarded and for each incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted from the candidates’ score.
The question paper will be asked in Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu and Kananda languages.
Complete details about NEET 2019 exam pattern is mentioned below:
|Section||No. of Question||Marks|
NEET 2019 Syllabus
MCI (Medical Council of India) will decide the common syllabus for NEET UG exam. NEET 2019 Syllabus will contain physics, chemistry and biology subjects. Candidates can check the detailed syllabus from below:
- Physical world and measurement
- Laws of Motion
- The motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
- Properties of Bulk Matter
- The behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
- Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Waves
- Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
- Electronic Devices, etc.
- Basic Concepts of Chemistry
- Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
- States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
- p-Block Elements
- Solid State
- Surface Chemistry
- p-Block Elements
- Coordination Compounds
- Phenols and Ethers
- Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen, etc.
- Diversity in Living World
- Cell Structure and Function
- Human Physiology
- Structural Organization in Animals and Plants
- Plant Physiology
- Biology and Human Welfare
- Ecology and Environment
- Genetics and Evolution
- Biotechnology and Its Applications, etc.
NEET 2019 Results
NTE shall release NEET Result via online mode through the website. NEET 2019 Results Phase-I will be announced in the first week of March 2019 while results for Phase-II will be announced in the first week of June 2019. Candidates will be able to check their results by entering their roll number and other required details in the website.
The steps to check the results of the test are as follows:
- To check NEET result 2019, candidates have to go to the official website.
- Click on the link “NEET 2019 Results”
- Candidates will have to provide their NEET 2019 roll number and password
- After entering all the details, candidates will be redirected their NEET 2019 Scorecard
- Candidates are advised to check all particulars mentioned in NEET 2019 result and take a print out of it
- The result of NEET 2019 will be valid for one year only, i.e. academic session (2019-20)
NEET 2019 Merit List
NEET 2019 Merit list under All India Quota seats will be prepared by the NTE on the basis of score obtained in NEET 2019. The best of the two test will be taken into consideration while preparing the merit list. NEET Merit list will have as many students as there are seats available for allotment of MBBS/BDS/AYUSH courses under All India Quota.
In the case of two or more candidates obtaining the same marks in NEET 2019, the merit of such candidates will be determined in order of preference as follows:
- Candidate obtaining higher marks in Biology in NEET 2019
- Candidate obtaining higher marks in Chemistry in NEET 2019
- Candidate with less number of attempted wrong answers in all subjects of NEET 2018
- Candidate older in age will be preferred
NEET 2019 Cut Off
Based on NEET Cut off, the exam conducting authority will declare the NEET result for candidates as qualified or not qualified. The top 15% in the merit list, based on the cut off will be directly elected to participate in NEET counselling process under All India Quota seats. On the basis NEET Cut off, NEET rank range for participation in All India Quota counselling will be declared separately.
|Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/ Other backward classes||40th percentile|
|Physically handicapped||45th percentile|
There will be no change in the counselling process of NEET. After the declaration of the NTA 2019 Result and Cut off, the qualified candidates will have to participate in NEET 2019 Counselling in order to get admissions in different medical and dental institutions.
NEET Counselling is expected to be divided into two phases: All India Quota and State Level Quota. The All India Quota Counselling is carried out by MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) while State Counselling will be conducted by the respective state exam authority.
NEET 2019 counselling will be commenced from the second week of June 2019. Candidates will have to register for counselling and fill their preferences for admission. Seats will be allotted to eligible candidates as per their position in the merit list, category and availability of seats in colleges.
AMFC 2018 also known as Armed Forces Medical College 2018. This college is situated in Pune and will be conducting the AFMC MBBS Counselling 2018 most likely in the first week of July 2018. The counselling procedure will be conducted mainly based on NEET 2018 Score. The counseling for AMFC 2018 is in offline mode. The counseling will also comprise ToELR marks (Test of English Language Comprehension & Logical Reasoning), Psychological Assessment Test (PAT), document verification, medical examination and a Personal Interview by the board of directors by the Board of officers. This counseling will be held for approximately 150 seats.
Note: AMFC 2018 also examines the students’ ToELR marks while counselling.
The merit list for AMFC 2018 is expected to be published in the 4th week of June 2018. The total number of MBBS seats in AFMC Pune is 150 – 115 seats for Boys, 30 seats for Girls and 05 seats for Foreign Students.
The allotted time and date for the merit list students to report for the AMFC 2018 counseling session will be mentioned on the merit list. Desired candidates that have appeared for NEET UG 2018 and have scores which are at least equal or more than the cut off marks released by the authorities will also have a fair chance to be called for the AFMC 2018 counseling session.
Note: The inclusion in the merit list implies that the candidate is eligible for the AFMC MBBS Counselling 2018.
Important for AMFC 2018 Counselling
|Merit List||June 23, 2018|
|Merit list screening at AFMC (Counselling)||June 25 to July 04, 2018|
|List of shortlisted/merit list candidates||the First week of July 2018*|
|Reporting of shortlisted candidates for admission||Second week of July 2018*|
|Reporting of waitlisted candidates for admission (subject to the vacancy of seats)||Second week of July 2018*|
Note: The marks scored in NEET 2018 and ToELR will be added and the total sum will be divided by 4. Further, 50 marks of the interview will be added to the result obtained. These marks will be considered as the final marks for admissions to AFMC MBBS 2018. This is an intricacy which will decide whether the students will make it to the merit list. It will make the merit list more difficult to feature in.
ToELR (Test of English Language Comprehension & Logical Reasoning) is an online test which consists of 40 questions. The test is of 80 marks and has be negative marking of 0.5 marks for an incorrect answer. The candidates will be given 30 minutes to complete the test.
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Candidates scoring at least or more than the cutoff marks required to gain admission to AFMC MBBS 2018 will be eligible to take ToELR. The marks scored in ToELR will then be added to NEET 2018 marks. This marking system will be out of 800 (where in 720 marks are for NEET 2018 and 80 marks are for ToELR). Later, the total marks will be divided by 4 to get the actual score out of 200. Finally, all the marks scored out of 200 will be added along to the marks scored in the personal interview out of 50 which will be considered for the further admission process.
AFMC Counselling 2018 – Score Calculation Process
AFMC Counselling Procedure will consider the final candidate score for allotment of seats. The step wise calculation of final score is explained in the table below:
|S. No.||Steps||Maximum Marks|
|2||NEET 2018 score||720|
|3||Revised Candidate Score = Total Score/4||Score out of 800/4 ie. Score out of 200 will be given|
|4||Score in Personal Interview (PI)||Score out of 50|
|Final Candidate Score
(Revised Candidate Score + Score in PI)
|Score out of 200 + 50 ie. Score out of 250|
Documents Required for AFMC 2018 Counselling
- 10th and 12th School Certificates or Birth Certificate
- Class X and XII mark sheets
- Character certificate from the institution last attended
- Certificate from the principal of the passing out school stating that the candidate was a regular student
- Aadhar card
- NEET 2018 scorecard
- NEET 2018 admit card
- Sports Certificate with the level of representation, if applicable
- Caste certificate, if applicable
- NCC Certificate
- Extracurricular activity certificate
- Coloured photograph with white background: 16 passport size & 16 stamp size
- AFMC registration slip printout
- Demand draft of Rs. 250 in the name of ‘DGAFMS Admission Fund’, payable at New Delhi.
AFMC 2018 Counselling Procedure
1. All the applicants need to report at the allotted centre. AFMC 2018 counselling will be conducted in two separate sessions one after the other.
2. Candidates reporting in the morning session will finish their rounds in the following order:
- Document Verification at 8 am
- Blood and Urine investigation
- A 30 minutes ToELR test
- PAT: It is a Psychological Assessment Test
- Interview will be taken by the board of officers at 2 pm
- Medical Examination will be conducted at 8 am on the next day.
3. Candidates who will be reporting in the afternoon session will finish their rounds in the following order:
- Document Verification at 12.30 pm
- Blood and Urine investigation
- A 30 minutes ToELR test
- PAT: It is a Psychological Assessment Test
- Interview will be taken by the board of officers at 9.00 am on the next day, and
- Medical Examination will be conducted at 02.00 pm. Also on the next day.
4. The result of these tests will be out max in the fourth week of July 2018. The shortlisted candidates will be required to report at AFMC, Pune at the allotted date and time to gain admission.
Cut offs for AFMC 2018 MBBS
The AFMC 2018 Cut Off in the form minimum qualifying marks will be uploaded soon on the official website. Candidates can however check the previous year cut offs to get an idea.
|Year||AFMC MBBS Cutoff for Boys||AFMC MBBS Cutoff for Girls|
Note: Overall cut off for 2018 for both boys and girls is 551 for 2018.
MCC (Medical Counselling) has published NEET 2018 Seat Matrix for AIQ Seats, Seats for Central & Deemed Universities and ESIC Quota seats. Candidates can go through specific seat matrix for various categories in the MBBS and BDS programs respectively. The registration for NEET Counselling starts from 13th June at mcc.nic.in. The result for first round of counseling will be announced on June 22.
The seat matrix for NEET 2018 State Quota seats will be published by state medical counselling authorities. The registration for state quota counseling is all slated to start from 25th June. Based on NEET 2018 Seat Matrix and their ranks in NEET, candidates can fill in their preferences for colleges at the time of choice filling and locking.
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NEET 2018 AIQ Seats for MBBS
|ACSR Govt Medical College, Nellore ( 446 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|AGMC, AGARTALA ( 285 )||10||1||—||—||2||1||1||—||15|
|Andhra Medical College, Visakhapatnam ( 421 )||21||1||—||—||5||—||3||—||30|
|ANIIMS, Port Blair ( 101 )||11||1||—||—||1||1||1||—||15|
|ANUGRAH NARAYAN MAGADH MEDICAL COLLEGE, GAYA (
|ASSAM MEDICAL COLLEGE, DIBRUGARH ( 102 )||19||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||25|
|B.M.C, BANGALORE ( 161 )||28||1||—||—||5||—||3||—||37|
|B.M.C.,SAGAR ( 198 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|BIMS, BELGAUM ( 162 )||16||1||—||—||4||—||1||—||22|
|BIMS, BIDAR ( 163 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|BJ MC, AHMEDABAD ( 137 )||27||1||—||—||6||—||3||—||37|
|BJ MC, PUNE ( 205 )||22||1||—||—||5||—||2||—||30|
|BPS Govt. Med. College, Sonepat ( 145 )||11||1||—||—||1||1||—||1||15|
|BRD MC, GORAKHPUR ( 286 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|BS MC, BANKURA ( 307 )||16||—||—||—||4||—||2||—||22|
|BURDWAN MC, BURDWAN ( 309 )||18||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||23|
|C. Institute of Medical Sciences, Chamarajanagar ( 164 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||1||1||22|
|CHHATTISGARH INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, BILASP ( 120 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|CMC, CHENGALPATTU ( 258 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|CMC, COIMBATORE ( 259 )||16||1||—||—||3||1||2||—||23|
|CN MC, KOLKATA ( 310 )||22||1||—||—||5||—||2||—||30|
|Darbhanga Medical College, Laheriasarai ( 110 )||11||1||—||—||1||1||1||—||15|
|DR SN MC, JODHPUR ( 249 )||28||1||—||—||6||—||3||—||38|
|Dr. B.S.A. Medical College, Delhi ( 127 )||6||1||4||—||2||1||1||—||15|
|Dr. RMLIMS, Lucknow ( 287 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|Dr. RNCGH, Juhu, Mumbai ( 206 )||16||1||—||—||2||1||2||—||22|
|DR. VM MC, SHOLAPUR ( 207 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|Dr. YSP Govt. Medical College, Nahan ( 151 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|DR.R.P.G.M.C.,TANDA ( 152 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|ESIC MC, Gulbarga, Karnataka ( 167 )||7||1||4||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|ESIC Medical College, Faridabad ( 146 )||6||—||3||1||3||—||1||1||15|
|ESIC Medical College, Hyderabad ( 425 )||8||—||4||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|ESIC PGIMSR, Joka, Kolkata, WB ( 313 )||7||—||4||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|ESI-MC&PGIMS&R, Banglore ( 165 )||8||—||4||—||1||1||1||—||15|
|ESI-PGIMSR, Chennai, TN ( 260 )||8||—||4||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed Medical College, Barpeta ( 103 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|G.G.S MC, FARIDKOT ( 247 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|G.M.C, AMRITSAR ( 246 )||23||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||30|
|G.M.C, KOTTAYAM ( 193 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|G.M.C, NAGPUR ( 217 )||22||1||—||—||5||—||2||—||30|
|G.V.M.C., VELLORE ( 269 )||9||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||15|
|GANDHI MC, BHOPAL ( 200 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|GDMC, DHARMAPURI ( 262 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|GGMS & R, SRINAGAR, PAURI ( 304 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|GIMS, Gadag ( 168 )||17||—||—||—||3||1||2||—||23|
|GIMS, Gulbarga ( 171 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|GM.C, AURANGABAD ( 218 )||18||1||—||—||2||1||1||—||23|
|GMC & SIR J.J.HOSP MUMBAI ( 219 )||23||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||30|
|GMC ESI and Hospital, Coimbatore ( 264 )||7||1||3||1||2||—||1||—||15|
|GMC, AKOLA ( 210 )||16||—||—||—||4||—||1||1||22|
|GMC, KOZHIKODE ( 194 )||27||1||—||—||6||—||3||—||37|
|GMC, LATUR ( 211 )||15||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||22|
|GMC, Manjeri, Kerala ( 183 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|GMC, Omandurar ( 261 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|GMC, Secunderabad ( 445 )||22||2||—||—||4||—||2||—||30|
|GMC, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM ( 196 )||22||1||—||—||5||—||2||—||30|
|GMCH,Chandrapur ( 216 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|GOA MC, PANAJI ( 136 )||18||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||23|
|Goverment Medical College, Datia ( 431 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Government Doon Medcial College, Dehradun ( 305 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||1||1||22|
|Government Medcial College, Ambikapur ( 121 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Government Medcial College, Gondia ( 209 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Government Medical College and Hospital, Balangir ( 428 )||10||1||—||—||2||—||2||—||15|
|GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, CHANDIGAR ( 119 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|Government Medical College, Bharatpur ( 432 )||11||1||—||—||1||1||1||—||15|
|Government Medical College, Bhilwara ( 433 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Government Medical College, Kollam ( 186 )||12||—||—||—||1||1||—||1||15|
|Government Medical College, Pali ( 435 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|Government Medical College, Rajnandgaon ( 122 )||12||—||—||—||1||1||—||1||15|
|Government of Medical College and Hospital, Balasore ( 437 )||12||—||—||—||1||1||1||—||15|
|GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE KOTA ( 250 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|Govt Medical College, Churu ( 430 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|Govt Medical College, Dungarpur ( 429 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Govt Medical College, Ernakulam ( 187 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|GOVT. M.C, NANDED ( 208 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|GOVT. M.K.M M.C,SALEM ( 266 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|GOVT. MC, MIRAJ ( 212 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|GOVT. MC, PATIALA ( 244 )||21||1||—||—||5||—||3||—||30|
|GOVT. MC, SURAT ( 138 )||28||1||—||—||5||1||3||—||38|
|GOVT. MC, THRISSUR ( 195 )||18||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||23|
|Govt. Medical College, Kannauj ( 293 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Govt. Pudukkottai Medical College, Pudukkottai ( 267 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|Govt. Sivgangai M. C. Sivagangai ( 268 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|GR MC, GWALIOR ( 199 )||18||—||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|GSVM MC, KANPUR ( 289 )||20||1||—||—||5||—||2||—||28|
|GTMC, THIRUVARUR ( 270 )||12||—||—||—||1||1||1||—||15|
|GUNTUR MEDICAL COLLEGE, GUNTUR ( 423 )||23||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||30|
|GUWAHATI MEDICAL COLLEGE, GUWAHATI ( 104 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|GVMC, VILLUPURAM ( 271 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|HIMS, HASSAN ( 172 )||16||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||23|
|I.G.M.C, SHIMLA ( 154 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|I.G.M.C.& R.I, PUDUCHERRY ( 241 )||16||1||—||—||3||1||1||1||23|
|IGMC, NAGPUR ( 220 )||16||—||—||—||4||—||2||—||22|
|Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna ( 112 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|IPGMER, KOLKATA ( 314 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|IRT Perundurai Medical College, Perundurai ( 272 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Bhagalpur ( 113 )||11||—||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|JHALAWAR MEDICAL COLLEGE, Jhalawar ( 252 )||19||—||—||—||3||—||1||—||23|
|JLN IMS, IMPHAL ( 232 )||11||—||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|JLN MC, AJMER ( 251 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|Jorhat Medical College and Hospital, JORHAT ( 105 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|K.G.M.C., ASARIPALLAM ( 274 )||10||—||—||—||3||—||2||—||15|
|K.I.M.S, HUBLI ( 173 )||23||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||30|
|Kalpana Chawla Govt. Medical College, Karnal ( 148 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|KAPVG M.C.,TIRUCHIRAPALLI ( 273 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|Karwar Institute of Medical Sciences, Karwar ( 174 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|KGMC, LUCKNOW ( 296 )||28||1||—||—||5||—||3||—||37|
|KILPAUK MC, CHENNAI ( 263 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|Kodagu Institute of Medical Sciences, Kodagu ( 175 )||15||1||—||—||3||1||2||—||22|
|KURNOOL MEDICAL COLLEGE, KURNOOL ( 424 )||22||1||—||—||5||—||2||—||30|
|LADY HARDINGE MEDICAL COLLEGE, NEW DELHI ( 129 )||14||1||8||—||4||—||3||—||30|
|LLRM MC, MEERUT ( 297 )||16||1||—||—||3||1||2||—||23|
|Lt. B R K Government Medical College, Jagdalpur ( 124 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|Lt. L A M Govt. Medical College, Raigarh ( 125 )||5||—||—||—||1||—||1||—||7|
|LTM MC, MUMBAI ( 221 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|M. C. BHAVNAGAR ( 143 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|M.C, BARODA ( 142 )||30||1||—||—||5||—||2||—||38|
|M.C, KOLKATA ( 316 )||26||2||—||—||6||—||3||—||37|
|MADRAS M.C, CHENNAI ( 275 )||29||2||—||—||4||1||2||—||38|
|MADURAI MC, MADURAI ( 276 )||16||—||—||—||4||—||2||—||22|
|MALDA MED. COLLEGE, MALDA ( 315 )||12||—||—||—||1||1||1||—||15|
|MAULANA AZAD MEDICAL COLLEGE, NEW DELHI ( 131 )||17||1||9||1||6||—||3||—||37|
|MG Inst. of MS, Sevagram Wardha ( 366 )||33||2||—||—||7||—||4||—||46|
|MGM MC, INDORE ( 202 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|MGM MC, JAMSHEDPUR ( 158 )||5||—||—||—||—||1||1||—||7|
|MIMS, MANDYA ( 177 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|MKCG MC,BRAHMAPUR ( 235 )||27||2||—||—||6||—||3||—||38|
|MLB MC, JHANSI ( 298 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|MLN MC, ALLAHABAD ( 299 )||16||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||23|
|MMC & RI, MYSORE ( 178 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|MMC, MIDNAPUR ( 317 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|MP SHAH MC, JAMNAGAR ( 141 )||27||2||—||—||6||—||3||—||38|
|MRA MEDICAL COLLEGE AMBEDKAR NAGAR, UP ( 300 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Mursidabad M C & Hospital, Mursidabad ( 318 )||11||—||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|NALANDA MC, PATNA ( 114 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|NB MC, DARJEELING ( 321 )||16||1||—||—||3||1||—||1||22|
|NDMC Medical College, Delhi ( 132 )||4||—||3||—||1||—||—||—||8|
|NEIGRIHMS, SHILLONG ( 234 )||8||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||8|
|NETAJI SCB. MC, JABALPUR ( 203 )||16||1||—||—||3||1||2||—||23|
|NRS MC, KOLKATA ( 319 )||28||1||—||—||5||—||3||—||37|
|PATNA MC, PATNA ( 116 )||17||—||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|PMC, DHANBAD ( 159 )||6||—||—||—||1||—||—||—||7|
|PT. BDS PGIMS, ROHTAK ( 149 )||21||1||—||—||5||—||3||—||30|
|Pt. J N M MEDICAL COLLEGE, RAIPUR ( 126 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|Pt. R.M. Med. College, Baripada ( 236 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Pt.D.D.U.M.C., RAJKOT ( 144 )||16||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||23|
|PT.J.L.N GMC, Chamba ( 155 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|RAJIV GANDHI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, KADAPA ( 441 )||16||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|Rangaraya Medical College, Kakinada ( 420 )||22||1||—||—||4||1||2||—||30|
|RCSMGMC, KOLHAPUR ( 225 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|RG KAR MC, KOLKATA ( 322 )||22||1||—||—||4||—||3||—||30|
|RGMC-CSM HOSP,THANE ( 224 )||6||—||—||—||1||1||—||1||9|
|RIMS & R, SAIFAI ( 301 )||15||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||22|
|RIMS Srikakulam ( 444 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|RIMS, IMPHAL ( 233 )||7||—||4||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|RIMS, RAICHUR ( 179 )||17||—||—||—||4||—||2||—||23|
|RIMS, RANCHI ( 160 )||15||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||22|
|RMMC, Annamalai Universit ( 278 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|RNT MC, UDAIPUR ( 253 )||15||1||—||—||3||1||1||1||22|
|RUHS College of Medical Sciences, Jaipur ( 255 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Sagar Dutta Medical College & Hospital, Kolkata ( 323 )||10||1||—||—||2||—||2||—||15|
|SCB MC, CUTTACK ( 238 )||28||1||—||—||6||—||3||—||38|
|SETH GS MC, MUMBAI ( 226 )||20||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||27|
|SH.B.H.G.M.C, DHULE ( 228 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|SH.V.R.N.M.C, YAVATMAL ( 227 )||18||—||—||—||3||—||2||—||23|
|SHKM GMC, Nalhar, Mewat, Haryana ( 150 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Siddartha Medical College, Vijayawada ( 442 )||15||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||22|
|SILCHER MC, SILCHAR ( 107 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|SIMS, SHIMOGA ( 180 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|SLBS Govt. Medical College, Mandi ( 156 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|SLN Medical College and Hospital, Koraput ( 239 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|SMS MC, JAIPUR ( 256 )||27||2||—||—||5||—||3||—||37|
|SN MC, AGRA ( 302 )||18||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||23|
|SP MC, BIKANER ( 257 )||28||1||—||—||6||—||3||—||38|
|SRI KRISHNA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MUZAFFARPUR ( 117 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|Sri Venkateswara Medical College, Tirupati ( 426 )||23||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||30|
|SRTR MC, AMBAJOGAI ( 229 )||10||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|SS MC, REWA ( 204 )||11||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|STANLEY MC, CHENNAI ( 279 )||26||2||—||—||6||—||3||—||37|
|SVIMS – Sri Padmavathi Medical College for Women, Tirupati (434 )||15||1||—||—||3||1||1||1||22|
|TDMC,ALLAPPUZHA ( 197 )||17||1||—||—||4||—||1||—||23|
|Tezpur Medical College, Tezpur ( 108 )||12||—||—||—||2||—||1||—||15|
|THENI M.C., THENI ( 282 )||11||—||—||—||3||—||1||—||15|
|Thiruvannamalai MC, Thiruvannamalai, TN ( 283 )||10||1||—||—||2||—||1||1||15|
|THOOTHUKUDI GMC, THOOTHUK ( 284 )||17||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||22|
|TMC, THANJAVUR ( 281 )||18||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||23|
|TMC, TIRUNELVELI ( 265 )||17||—||—||—||3||—||1||1||22|
|TN MC, MUMBAI ( 230 )||14||1||—||—||2||—||1||—||18|
|University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi ( 133 )||11||1||5||—||3||—||2||—||22|
|UT. F H T M C, HALDWANI ( 306 )||12||—||—||—||1||1||1||—||15|
|V.I.M.S,BELLARY ( 181 )||16||1||—||—||4||—||2||—||23|
|VMMC AND SJH, NEW DELHI ( 134 )||11||1||7||—||3||—||1||—||23|
|VSS MC, BURLA ( 240 )||18||1||—||—||3||—||1||—||23|
|Total No. of Seats||2935||148||66||3||580||29||289||14||4064|
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NEET 2018 AIQ Seats for BDS
|Burdwan Dental College & Hospital, Burdwan||11||1||—||2||1||15|
|DC, RIMS, Imphal||4||—||2||1||—||7|
|Dental Institue, RIMS, Ranchi||5||—||—||1||1||7|
|ESIC Dental College, Gulbarga||3||—||2||1||1||7|
|ESIC Dental College, New Delhi||3||1||2||1||1||8|
|FACULTY OF DEN SCI, KG MED UNIV, LUCKNOW||7||—||—||1||1||9|
|GDC, PT.BDS UNIV.OF HEALTH SCI, ROHTAK||5||1||—||2||1||9|
|GOA DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, GOA||4||—||—||1||1||6|
|Government Dental College, Alappuzha||6||—||—||1||—||7|
|Government Dental College, Thrissur||6||—||—||—||—||7|
|Govt Dental College RIMS Kadapa||11||1||—||2||1||15|
|GOVT. COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY, INDORE||17||1||—||3||2||23|
|GOVT. D.C. & RESEARCH INST, BANGALORE||7||—||—||2||—||9|
|GOVT. DC & RESEARCH INSt., BELLARY||4||1||—||1||1||7|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLL.& HOSP., JAMNAGAR||12||—||—||2||1||15|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSP, AHMEDABAD||11||1||—||2||1||15|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSP., AURANGABAD||6||—||—||1||1||8|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSP., MUMBAI||11||1||—||2||1||15|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSP., NAGPUR||6||—||—||1||—||7|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE, KOZIKODE||5||—||—||1||1||7|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE, RAIPUR||11||1||—||2||1||15|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE, SHIMLA||8||—||—||1||—||9|
|GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE, TRIVANDRUM||5||1||—||1||—||8|
|GOVT.MED.COLL.(DENTAL WING), PATIALA||5||—||—||1||—||6|
|Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Dental Sciences, Imphal||5||1||—||1||1||8|
|M.G.D.C. & HOSPITAL, PUDUCHERRY||4||—||—||1||1||6|
|MAULANA AZAD INST.OF DENTAL SCI, N.DELHI||4||—||1||1||—||6|
|NAIR HOSP DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSP, MUMBAI||6||—||—||2||1||9|
|PATNA DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, PATNA||5||—||—||1||—||6|
|PB. GOVT. DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSP, AMRITSAR||4||—||—||1||1||6|
|Rajah Muthiah Dental College and Hos., Annamalai||10||—||—||1||1||12|
|REGIONAL DENTAL COLLEGE, GUWAHATI||4||—||—||1||1||6|
|RUHS College of Dental Science, Jaipur||4||1||—||1||—||6|
|S.C.B. MEDICAL COLL(DENTAL), CUTTACK||7||—||—||1||—||8|
|TAMILNADU GOVT D.C. & HOSP, CHENNAI||10||1||—||3||1||15|
NEET 2018 Seat Matrix for Central Universities – MBBS
|GN||GN PH||OBC||OBC PH||SC||SC PH||ST||ST PH||Total|
|INST.OF MED.SCIENCES, BHU, VARANASI||42||2||21||1||12||—||6||—||84|
|JWAHAR LAL NEHRU M.C. AMU, ALIGARH||142||8||—||—||—||—||—||—||150|
|Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi||74||4||40||2||22||1||11||1||155|
|Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi||99||5||53||3||30||1||15||1||207|
|University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi||61||3||33||2||18||1||10||—||128|
NEET 2018 Seat Matrix for Central Universities – BDS
|GN||GN PH||OBC||SC||ST||Grand Total|
|DR.Z.A.D.C., FAC.OF MEDICINE, ALIGARH||38||2||–||–||–||40|
|Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi||43||2||4||–||1||50|
|IMS BHU Dental, Varanasi||26||1||13||7||3||50|
|Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, New Delhi||16||1||9||5||3||34|
NEET 2018 Seat Matrix for Deemed Universities – MBBS
|Management/ Paid Seats||NRI Seats||Muslim Minority||Jain Minority||Grand Total|
|Aarupadai Veedu Medical College and Hospt., Puducherry||85||15||–||–||100|
|ACS Medical College and Hospital, Chennai||128||22||–||–||150|
|Amrita Institute of Medical Science, Kochi||85||15||–||–||100|
|B.L.D.E University, Bijapur||127||23||–||–||150|
|BV Deemed Uni. Med. College and Hos., Sangli||127||23||–||–||150|
|BVD Univ. Med. College, Pune||127||23||–||–||150|
|Chettinad Hos. and Res. Inst., Kancheepuram||127||23||–||–||150|
|Dr. DY Patil Medical College and Hospt., Pune||212||38||–||–||250|
|Dr. DY Patil Medical College, Navi Mumbai||107||18||–||–||125|
|Dr. DYP Edu. Soc. Deemed Uni., Kolhapur||128||22||–||–||150|
|Hamdard Inst. of Med. Sciences and Research, New Delhi||42||15||43||–||100|
|Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Host., Bhubaneswar||127||23||–||–||150|
|Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College, Belagavi||158||30||–||–||188|
|JLN Medical College, Datta Meghe, Wardha||170||30||–||–||200|
|JSS Medical College, Jagadguru||158||30||–||–||188|
|K.S Hegde Medical Academy, Mangaluru||114||23||–||–||137|
|Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar||128||22||–||–||150|
|Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Univ., Mangalore||160||38||–||–||198|
|Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Univ., Manipal||213||37||–||–||250|
|Krishna Inst. of Med. Scie., Karad||127||23||–||–||150|
|Meenakshi Medical College Host. and Res. Inst., Chennai||128||22||–||–||150|
|MGM Medical College, Aurangabad||128||22||–||–||150|
|MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai||127||23||–||–||150|
|MGMC and Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth, Pondicherry||213||37||–||–||250|
|MM Inst. Med. and Research, Mullana||127||23||–||–||150|
|Rural Medical College and PIMS, Loni||170||30||–||–||200|
|Santosh Medical College and Hospital, Ghaziabad||100||–||–||–||100|
|Saveetha Medical College, Chennai||128||22||–||–||150|
|SBKS Med. Inst. and Res. Centre, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth||64||23||–||63||150|
|SDU Medical College, Kolar||127||23||–||–||150|
|Shri Sathya Sai Medical College and RI, Kancheepuram||128||22||–||–||150|
|Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital, Chennai||213||37||–||–||250|
|Sri Lakshmi Narayana Inst. of Med. Scien., Puducherry||128||22||–||–||150|
|Sri Ramachandra Med. College and Res. Inst., Chennai||212||38||–||–||250|
|Sri Siddhartha Medical College DU, Tumkur||111||19||–||–||130|
|SRM Medical College and Hospital, Chennai||127||23||–||–||150|
|Vinayaka Missions Medical College and Hospital, Karaikal||85||15||–||–||100|
|VMKV Medical College and Hospital, Salem||85||15||–||–||100|
|Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore||58||23||57||–||138|
NEET 2018 Seat Matrix for Deemed Universities – BDS
|Management/ Paid Seats||NRI Seats||Muslim Minority||Jain Minority||Grand Total|
|AB Shetty Memorial Inst. of Dental Sce., Mangaluru||85||15||–||–||100|
|Amrita School of Dentistry, Kochi||55||5||–||–||60|
|Bharati Vidyapeeth DU Dental College and Hospt., Pune||85||15||–||–||100|
|BVDU Dental College and Hospital, Navi Mumbai||85||15||–||–||100|
|BVDU Dental College and Hospital, Sangli||85||15||–||–||100|
|Dr. DY Patil Dental College and Hosp. Navi Mumbai||85||15||–||–||100|
|Dr. DY Patil Dental College and Hosp. Pune||85||15||–||–||100|
|Indira Gandhi Dental College and SBV, Pondycherry||85||15||–||–||100|
|Institute of Dental Sciences, Bhubaneswar||85||15||–||–||100|
|JSS Dental College and Hospital, Jagadguru||85||15||–||–||100|
|K M Shah Dental Collegel, SumanDeep Vidyapeeth Vadodara||42||15||–||43||100|
|Kalinga Institute of Dental Sciences, Bhubaneswar||85||15||–||–||100|
|KLE VK Inst. of Dental Scie. Belagavi||85||15||–||–||100|
|Manipal College of Dental Sce., Manipal||90||10||–||–||100|
|Manipal College of Dental Science, Mangalore||95||5||–||–||100|
|Meenakshi Ammal Dental College and Host., Chennai1||100||–||–||–||100|
|MM College of Dental Scie. and Res., Mullana||85||15||–||–||100|
|Rural Dental College, Loni||85||15||–||–||100|
|Santosh Dental College and Hospital, Ghaziabad||100||–||–||–||100|
|SATHYABAMA UNIV. Dental College and Hospt. Chennai||95||5||–||–||100|
|Saveetha Dental College, Chennai||90||10||–||–||100|
|School of Dental Sciences and KIMSDU, Karad||85||15||–||–||100|
|Sharad Pawar Dental College and Hospital, Wardha||85||15||–||–||100|
|Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital, Chennai||85||15||–||–||100|
|Sri Ramachandra Dental and Hospt., Chennai||85||15||–||–||100|
|Sri Siddhartha DentalCollege, Tumkur||34||6||–||–||40|
|SRM Dental College, Chennai||90||10||–||–||100|
|SRM Katt. Dental College and Hospt. Chennai||90||10||–||–||100|
|Thaimoogambigai Dental College and Hsopt. Chennai||85||15||–||–||100|
|VMS Dental College, Salem||85||15||–||–||100|
|Yenepoya Dental College, Yenepoya||43||15||42||–||100|
ESIC Quota Seats for NEET 2018 – MBBS and BDS
|GN||GN PH||OBC||OBC PH||SC||ST||Grand Total|
|ESIC Medical College AND PGIMSR, Bangalore||MBBS||22||1||12||1||8||4||48|
|ESIC Medical College AND PGIMSR, Chennai||MBBS||10||1||5||–||3||1||20|
|ESIC Medical College AND PGIMSR, Kolkata||MBBS||25||2||13||1||7||4||52|
|ESIC Medical College, Faridabad||MBBS||19||–||9||–||5||2||35|
|ESIC Medical College, Gulbarga||MBBS||23||1||12||1||6||4||48|
|ESIC Medical College, Hyderabad||MBBS||18||1||9||–||5||2||35|
|Government Medical College, Kollam||MBBS||16||1||10||–||5||3||35|
|Govt. Med. College and ESIC Hospt., Coimbatore||MBBS||9||–||5||1||3||2||20|
|SLBS Govt. Medical College, Mandi||MBBS||15||1||8||–||4||2||30|
|ESIC Dental College, Gulbarga||BDS||13||–||6||–||3||1||23|
NTA has published the official press release concerning announcement of NEET 2019 Result. The press release contains salient highlights of results, list of NEET 2019 Toppers and state wise result statistics along with other details. In total, 15.94 lakhs candidates appeared for the exam out of which 7,95,031 candidates qualified. CBSE has already prepared the All India Merit List based on the percentile determined through the highest score obtained in NEET 2019. NEET Counselling is set to start in after the announcement of results.
MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) is set to conduct seat allotment and counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats. State Counseling authorities manage seat allotment for state quota seats based on the All India ranks for NEET forwarded by MCI (Medical Council of India). This article covers all the major details about NEET 2019 Toppers, total number of qualified candidates from each state and other significant statistics.
NEET 2019 Result Highlights
The important highlights from NEET 2019 Result are tabulated below:
|No. of candidates registered||15,94,725||16.49% increase from NEET, 2017|
|No of Candidates Present||12,69,922||95.71%|
|No of Candidates Absent||56,803||(4.28% Absentees)|
|PIO||60||9 candidate less from 2017|
|Transgender||1||7 less from 2017|
|Number of Cities||136||32% more from 2017|
|Number of Languages||11||–|
|Number of centres||2255||17.38 %(334 more)|
|Number of rooms||5,60,000+||–|
|Number of invigilators||1,50,000+||–|
|Number of Observers||4500+||–|
|No of City Coordinators||153||23.38%|
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List of NEET 2019 Toppers
Kalpana Kumari from Bihar has topper NEET 2019 with an astonishing score of 691. Here is the top 10 list of NEET 2019 Toppers.
|All India Rank||Candidate Name||Gender||Marks Secured||Percentile Score||State|
|3||Akshat Kaushik||Male||700||99.99976||Uttar Pradesh|
|5||Anant Jain||Male||695||99.99961||Uttar Pradesh|
|6||Bhat Sarthak Raghvendra||Male||695||99.99945||Maharashtra|
|7||Madhuri Reddy G||Female||695||99.99945||Telangana|
|8||Dhruv Kushwaha||Male||695||99.99936||Uttar Pradesh|
|10||Raghav Dubey||Female||691||99.99913||Madhya Pradesh|
State Wise List of Qualified Candidates in NEET
|Jammu and Kashmir||24103||23085||12515|
|Daman & Diu||301||294||100|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli||466||454||187|
|Andaman & Nicobar Is||942||912||453|
CBSE has issued NEET 2010 Category Wise Cut Off Percentile and Marks Range along with score card on June 05. Here is NEET 2019 Cut Off Score in table below.
|Category||Qualifying Criteria||Marks Range||No. of Candidates|
|UR & PH||45th Percentile||118-107||205|
|OBC & PH||40th Percentile||106-96||104|
|SC & PH||40th Percentile||106-96||36|
|ST & PH||40th Percentile||106-96||12|
NEET 2019 Language Stats
|English & Hindi||12,07,465||91.02 %|
|Regional Languages||1,19,260||08.98 %|
List of Gender Wise Candidates Appearing in NEET 2019
Category Wise List of Candidates Appearing in NEET
List of National and International Candidates Appearing in NEET 2019
JIPMER 2018 Exam Pattern incorporates the aggregate no. of questions, exam pattern, marking scheme, the language of the paper, etc. Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) is the sorting out expert of JIPMER MBBS selection or entrance test. JIPMER is a national level selection test which is directed once in every year. Applicants can get admission in JIPMER, Puducherry and JIPMER, Karaikal campuses through this examination. In this article, we have given the information identified with JIPMER Exam Pattern 2018.
Before appearing in any selection test it is important to know the exam pattern of the specific exam. With the assistance of marking scheme, competitors can gauge that in which subject they can score more scores. The complete exam pattern is mentioned below.div
Highlights for JIPMER 2018 Exam Pattern
The mentioned table shows an overview of required information about JIPMER 2018 exam pattern.
|Number of parts||5 (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Logic and Quantitative Reasoning, English and Comprehension)|
|Number of Questions||200|
|Question Paper Type||Objective Type (MCQs)|
|Exam duration||2 and a half hours|
|Exam language||English and Hindi|
JIPMER 2018 Exam Pattern in Detail
- JIPMER MBBS 2018 will be directed in online mode.
- It will be a Computer Based Test (CBT).
- JIPMER MBBS 2018 will be a 2 hours and 30 minutes duration test.
- Contingent upon the number of candidates, logistics as well as the final directions of the Madras High Court, the JIPMER entrance test may be directed in one morning shift or two shifts, ie. Morning and afternoon, from 10:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. for the morning shift and from 3:00 P.M. to 5:30 P.M. for the afternoon shift.
- Competitors of JIPMER MBBS 2018 will be allotted only the one morning shift or might be randomly organized in these two shifts.
- JIPMER MBBS 2018 exam will be supervised in English language only. The question paper of JIPMER MBBS 2018 will not be offered in any language other than English.
- JIPMER MBBS 2018 will consist of multiple-choice questions. Each question will have four options, amongst which single best response will have to be selected by the applicant.
- JIPMER MBBS 2018 will consist of 200 questions altogether with questions asked from English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Quants, and Reasoning.
- According to the exam pattern of JIPMER 2018, an applicant will be allotted 4 marks for each correct answer, while for the first time; one mark will be minus for wrong answers.
- No marks will be deducted for questions marked for review or left.
The question paper of JIPMER MBBS 2018 will comprise of 200 questions, with the total of 60 numbers of questions each asked from Physics, Chemistry as well as Biology, while 10 questions each will be asked from English Comprehension as well as Logic & Quantitative Reasoning.
JIPMER MBBS Exam Pattern 2018- Subject-wise Distribution of Questions
|English Language and Comprehension||10|
|Logical & Quantitative Reasoning||10|
Applicants can check below-mentioned details of some necessary features of the exam pattern of JIPMER MBBS 2018.
JIPMER MBBS 2018 Syllabus
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According to the JIPMER syllabus which endorses that it doesn’t give any kind of another syllabus for the entrance test, the syllabus will be contained 10+2 board subject which is physics, chemistry, and biology. Here we are specifying you complete information on numerous subjects including topics.
|Physics||Chemistry||Biology||English||Logic and Quantitative Reasoning|
|Electrostatics||Solid State||Diversity of Living Organisms||Section A: Reading Unseen Passages and Note-making||Analogy test|
|Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism||Solutions||Cell Structure and Function||Section B: Writing Skills||Logical Deduction|
|Current Electricity||Electro-Chemistry||Human Physiology||Section C: Literature and Long Reading Text||Figure formation and analysis|
|Electronic Devices||Surface Chemistry||Biology and Human Welfare||Figure matrix, etc.|
|Optics||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||Genetics and Evolution||Analogy test|
|Electromagnetic Waves||Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers||Plant Physiology|
|Dual Nature of Matter||Chemical Kinetics||Ecology and Environment|
|Atoms & Nuclei||Coordination Compounds||Structural Organization in Animals and Plants|
|Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current||Aldehyde, Ketone, and Carboxylic Acids||Biotechnology|
|Communication Systems||Isolation of Elements|
|d- and f-Block Elements|
|Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen|
|Chemistry in Everyday Life|
Qualifying Marks of JIPMER MBBS 2018
- Competitors should score marks comparable to specific percentiles to qualify JIPMER MBBS 2018 exam and proceed further in MBBS admission process.
- The base required percentile is distinctive for various categories.
Competitors can check category-wise minimum required percentile from the table mentioned below.
JIPMER MBBS 2018 – Minimum Qualifying Percentile
|Category||Minimum Required Percentile|
|General or OCI or NRI||50th Percentile|
|OBC or SC or ST||40th Percentile|
- The Result of JIPMER MBBS 2018 will be reported on June 9, 2018.
- This year JIPMER Pondicherry will take admission on 200 MBBS seats, partitioned into 150 seats in JIPMER Pondicherry and 50 seats in JIPMER Karaikal campus.
JIPMER 2018 Reference Books
The accompanying reference books will help the applicants in getting ready for JIPMER 2018 entrance exam for MBBS. These books will enable competitors to get a thought on the distinctive kinds and classification of questions that can be conventional in the exam.
|Target JIPMER||Arun Kumar D||9351291324|
|JIPMER Pondicherry Medical Entrance Exam||RPH Editorial Board||8178121549|
|JIPMER: 6 Years Chapter-wise Explorer||MTG Editorial Board||9385244825|
|Target AIIMS & JIPMER||Madhan Jeyaraman||9351294099|
Important Instructions for JIPMER exam pattern
- The exam would be directed in English language only.
- The question paper would consist of 200 multiple choice questions.
- The exam would be organized in Computer Based Test mode.
- There will be no negative marking in the examination.
- One mark would be granted to every right response.
- The exam will be organized in two sessions- Morning Session and Afternoon Session.
- Competitors must be cautious while taking note of exam timings, scene, and session.
- Applicants should report to the examination center at least 45 minutes before to the commencement of the entrance test.
- Applicants should carry a printout of the admit card and a valid photo identity proof constantly during the exam.
NEET 2020 is scheduled May 03, 2020 (Sunday) from (10 am to 1 pm). The exam will held in more than 132 cities and 2255 examination centers across the country. As per the general consensus among students, Chemistry was the easiest section. Physics was quite lengthy for many students while according to some others Botany had a few conceptual questions which were slightly tricky.
Candidates had to report at the exam centers by 09.30 am for security verification and completing other formalities. There was strict hecking across all the centers by authorities. Some candidates from Tamil Nadu had to travel adjacent states like Karnataka and Kerala to appear for the exam
NEET is the biggest national level entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in the country. All the aspirants can gain a major edge by knowing the previous year NEET Paper Analysis. There was no variation in NEET Syllabus or scheme of examination against popular rumors. However, the level of exam is expected to rise if one considers predictions by several experts.
Key Highlights of NEET 2020 Exam
|NEET exam date||May 3, 2020|
|Total No. of Questions||180|
|Marking Scheme||+4 for correct answer; -1 for incorrect answer; 0 for no answer and 0 for more than one answer|
|Type of Questions||Objective Type (MCQs) with 4 options|
|Exam Mode||Pen and Paper Based Questions|
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NEET 2018 Physics Analysis
Physics was arguably the toughest section in the paper. Most students felt that the calculations for numerical questions were quite lengthy. Class XI had a greater share among the total number of questions. Mechanics, Modern Physics and Electrodynamics had the highest overall weightage in NEET 2018 Physics Section. Based on analysis by various Subject Matter Experts, around 37 questions were easy to moderate difficulty level while remaining 8 questions fall into difficulty level category.
|Topic||No. of Questions||Marks|
|Heat and Thermodynamics||5||20|
|SHM & Waves||4||16|
Important topics in Physics
Mechanics and Magnetism like always are most prominent topics carrying maximum weightage. Below is a list of topics that candidates must prioritize in their preparation.
- Wave Optics
- Modern Physics
- Rigid Body Dynamics
- KTG & Thermodynamics
Check the table below for chapter-wise weightage summary of Physics:
|Topic||Questions from the topic||Marks||Weightage (%)|
|Power Calculation in AC||1||4||2.22%|
|Charging and discharging in capacitor||1||4||2.22%|
|Banking in circular motion||1||4||2.22%|
|Horizontal Circular Motion||1||4||2.22%|
|Vertical Circular Motion||1||4||2.22%|
|Coulomb’s Law in Electrostatics||2||8||4.44%|
|Archimedes Principle in Fluid Mechanics||1||4||2.22%|
|Magnification in Gravitation||1||4||2.22%|
|Solenoid in Magnetic Effects of Current||1||4||2.22%|
|Vector Algebra in Mathematical Tools||2||8||4.44%|
|Newton Law of Motion in mechanics||1||4||2.22%|
|The Rectilinear Motion||1||4||2.22%|
|Bohr Model of atom||1||4||2.22%|
|De Broglie’s Principle||1||4||2.22%|
|Photoelectric Effect in modern physics||1||4||2.22%|
|Centre of Mass in Rigid Body Dynamics||1||4||2.22%|
|Circuit Problems in Semiconductor||1||4||2.22%|
|Logic Gates of Semiconductor Devices||1||4||2.22%|
|String Waves in SHM||1||4||2.22%|
|Doppler Effect of Sound Waves||1||4||2.22%|
|Resonance Tube in Sound Waves||1||4||2.22%|
|Adiabatic Processes in thermodynamics||1||4||2.22%|
|Kinetic Theory of Gases in thermodynamics||1||4||2.22%|
|Diffraction in waves||1||4||2.22%|
|Young’s Double Slit Experiment of wave optics||1||4||2.22%|
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NEET 2018 Chemistry Analysis
In contrast to Physics, the Chemistry section in NEET 2018 had a greater number of questions from Class XII curriculum. Many felt that Ingoranic Chemistry was given more emphasis rather than Organic if compare to previous editions. Candidates needed a thorough understanding of fundamentals as the majority of questions in Chemistry were conceptual in nature. While the class XI questions were fairly easy, questions from class XII curriculum were tricky and application based.
|Topic||No. of Questions||Marks|
|Inorganic Chemistry- I||8||32|
|Inorganic Chemistry- II||8||32|
|Organic Chemistry- I||3||12|
|Organic Chemistry- II||13||52|
|Physical Chemistry- I||7||28|
|Physical Chemistry- II||6||24|
Important topics in Chemistry
The students were in for a surprise as the Inorganic Chemistry dominated the syllabus this time around. These topics would actually require the highest amount of effort.
- Chemical Bonding
- Coordination Compounds
- Carbonyl Compounds
- Organic Chemistry-I
Check the table below for chapter-wise weightage summary of Chemistry:
|Topic||Questions from the topic||Marks||Weightage (%)|
|Periodic Table of chemistry||3||12||6.67%|
|Aldehydes and Ketones compounds||2||8||4.44%|
|Chemistry in everyday life||2||8||4.44%|
|Hydrocarbon in organic||2||8||4.44%|
|Isomerism of compounds||2||8||4.44%|
|Polymers and uses||1||4||2.22%|
|Structure of atom||1||4||2.22%|
|Gaseous State of matter||1||4||2.22%|
|Ionic Equilibrium in chemistry||1||4||2.22%|
|Solid State of matter||2||8||4.44%|
|Solution and its colligative properties||2||8||4.44%|
Biology Paper Analysis
Biology in NEET 2018 was much easier than both Physics and Chemistry. It offered some respite for students from the other comparatively lengthy sections. However, taking a glance at NEET Paper Analysis from last few years, the level of difficulty is constantly rising in NEET. It has the highest weightage with 90 questions (45 each from Botany and Zoology). Human Physiology and Plant Physiology are likely to carry the highest weightage in terms of number of questions. NCERT textbooks are more than sufficient to ace the Biology section.
|Topic||No. of Questions||Marks|
|Molecular Basis of Inheritance||6||24|
|Morphology of flowering plants||1||4|
|Reproduction in Flowering Plant||5||20|
|Human Health and Disease||3||12|
|Microbes in Human Welfare||3||12|
|Strategies for Enhancement of Food Production||2||8|
Important topics in Biology
The distribution of questions from class XI and class XII curriculum was fairly equal in Biology section of NEET 2018. Plant Diversity and Human Physiology are likely to be the most scoring sections for students. Follow the list of topics below to improve your score in Biology
- Plant Anatomy
- DNA Replication
- PAGE Theory
- Endocrine System
- Excretory and Nervous System
- Digestive System
Check the table below for chapter-wise weightage summary of Biology:
|Topic||Questions from the topic||Marks||Weightage (%)|
|General Knowledge in Animal Diversity||1||4||2.22%|
|Circulatory System in animals||1||4||2.22%|
|Digestive System of animals||2||8||4.44%|
|Respiratory System of animals||2||8||4.44%|
|The Animal Kingdom||4||16||8.89%|
|Amino Acids in bio molecules||1||4||2.22%|
|Carbohydrate in bio molecules||1||4||2.22%|
|Application of Biotechnology||1||4||2.22%|
|DNA Fingerprinting in bio technology||2||8||4.44%|
|Operon Model in bio tech||1||4||2.22%|
|Polymerage Chain Reaction||1||4||2.22%|
|Endocrine Glands in system||3||12||6.67%|
|Analogous Organs in evolution||1||4||2.22%|
|Origin of Life||1||4||2.22%|
|Theory of Evolution||1||4||2.22%|
|The disease of cancer||1||4||2.22%|
|Immunology from disease||3||12||6.67%|
|Nervous System in Human Phy|
With only a few days left for country’s biggest medical entrance exam – NEET 2020, it is just the right time to take a look at some handy tips for last minute preparation to make sure that all the efforts gone in the preparation until now get transformed into a strong performance on the day of exam. Final days are not only about “the revisions and the mock tests” but are also accompanied by the continuous anxiety. This article brings in some key tips specifically for NEET 2020 aspirants, so that they stay fresh on the exam day and give an effective final push to the preparations.
One of the foremost thing to understand is that you cannot start learning at this stage, but the careful use of this time can be instrumental in your overall performance in NEET, as on revision you can create a firm grip over what you have studied. Also, most of the toppers suggest focusing on the weak areas, in the last days of the examination for improving their sectional and overall scores.
Practicing questions, Revising Syllabus and Taking care of health should be the top priorities in the last weeks leading up to the exam so that the mind function properly.
Don’t begin with new topics
Last few days should be spent on revising the topics and chapters done earlier, instead of starting a new topic from the scratch. One can also spend time as felt appropriate on strengthening the weak but already studied areas instead of beginning with new chapters.
Speed and Accuracy at the same time
Speed and accuracy are the most important factors in any examination and as per the NEET Exam Pattern, you will get 180 questions. Out of these, you must attempt the exam questions in the provided time limit of 180 minutes, but the attempts that you make must be accurate. If you use guesswork and mark wrong answers, you have to pay by the means of negative marking of ‘-1’ for each wrong attempt
Therefore, when you practice previous papers or mocks test series, you must set a time limit for solving them. Make sure, you must go for accurate attempts.
Review Your Mistakes
Taking the mock test is of no use if you aren’t working on the mistakes. Students must devote at least 15-20 minutes to identify and/or rectify their mistakes made during the mock tests.
Rough work is important
Student’s most neglected area. Rough work is almost done in a shabby un-readable manner which often results in time wasted. Rough work must be neat and clean with the identification of question number with rough work. If you start working on question and then leave mid-way, you should be able to start solving from that point and not from start again once you revisit. This will avoid wastage of time by duplication. At the end of paper, with limited time such partially solved answers will surely help.
Clear your doubts
In the last days, while studying if you face any doubt or query regarding any of the subjects, you must consult and clear your doubts with your teachers or friends, who have proper knowledge of the respective subject.
Getting all your doubts cleared is one of the important tips for NEET last minute preparation because before entering the exam hall, you must not have any confusion left in your mind.
Revision is Must
The moment you realize that you are now remaining with not more than a week, you can sense that the rapidity at which the time goes on, has increased and making you feel anxious about NEET Syllabus you haven’t covered yet.
But, this is not the time to start a new topic and prepare it from the scratch. Rather, you must concentrate on revising the notes that you have prepared at the time of preparation.
Avoid All Distractions
You have only a few days to be in the elite group, hence, you should plan and dedicate all your time for the preparations. Avoid all the distractions and get into your shell. Try to stick to your planned schedule and achieve all your daily tasks. Don’t go overboard or take stress. Just try to complete each step completely at a time.
MBBS 2018 Entrance examination for Jawaharlal Institute Postgraduate Medical Education & Research is conducted by the JIPMER, Puducherry. JIPMER 2018 will be conducted to test the aptitude of candidates seeking admission to the MBBS programmes in JIPMER Karaikal & Puducherry campuses. The application process for JIPMER 2018 has started on March 03, 2018, and will continue till April 13, 2018. The examination is scheduled to be held on June 03, 2018, in an Online mode. JIPMER 2018 will consist of 200 Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs). Candidates will be given 150 minutes to complete the Test.