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NEET 2020 Merit List, All India Ranks (AIR) and State Wise Merit List

Considering the current situation, National Testing Authority (NTA will declare both the NEET Cut off and the state-wise merit list in the end August 2020 (tentatively). NEET 2020 has been postponed due to outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic and will now be conducted on 26th July 2020. NTA will release the NEET merit list and provide it to the counselling body, i.e., DGHS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India to provide the same to the admitting authorities. This NEET merit list will be taken as the base for the counselling. It is always prepared on the basis of the result and the scores of the candidates appearing in the examination.

NTA always releases two types of ranks, i.e., All India Rank (AIR) and All India Quota (AIQ) rank. Separate merit lists are prepared for 15% All India Quota seats and 85% state quota seats. Merit list will provide the names of the candidates in order of merit.

Students can access the NEET merit list by visiting the official website of NTA NEET 2020. The state counselling committees will release the state-wise NEET rank list 2020 for admission to 85% state quota seats and all seats in private medical and dental colleges. Apart from MBBS and BDS, admission to AYUSH courses and 525 BVSc & AH courses will be done on the basis of NEET 2020 Merit List.

NEET 2020 Merit List

  • NTA will release two merits lists (probably at the end of June), one for All India Rankers and the other one for Quota candidates.
  • The All India Merit List will include the rank numbers of the candidates who appeared for NEET 2020 along with their marks, the cut off score and cut off percentile. It will also show the total number of candidates appearing for the examination. However, It will not take into accord the candidate’s category or their stance towards the AIQ reservation.
  • NTA prepares different types of merit lists including All India NEET Rank Merit list, All India 50% Quota Rank Merit list, All India 50% Category rank list, State/ Union Territories NEET Merit List.
  • State medical councils will prepare their own merit lists for counselling on the basis of the applicant’s eligibility on the basis of their domicile requirement. It will depict the state rank of candidates on a comparative scale with applicants from the same state.

Types Of NEET Merit List

NEET Merit List Rank
All India Merit List
  • The All India Merit List clearly indicates the All India Rank of the candidate.
  • The ranks will be allotted to the candidates as per their qualifying status.
All India Quota Merit List
  • The All India Quota Merit List clearly indicates the All India Quota Rank of the candidate.
  • This Merit List will be valid for only those candidates who are eligible for All India Quota Seats.
States’ Merit List
  • The States’ Merit List clearly indicates the States Rank of the candidate.
  • This merit list will be used for admission to the state quota seats and all seats in private colleges.

NEET 2020 Expected Cut off

To be eligible for the NEET counselling process candidates must obtain minimum qualifying marks. NTA declares NEET Cut off along with the NEET results. Candidates can check the table mentioned below for the expected NEET 2020 cut off marks:-

NEET 2020 Expected Cut off

Eligibility For NEET Merit List

To be eligible to give the NEET entrance examination and to qualify to appear in the Merit List, Candidates must ensure that they clear the following criteria:

  1. Education Qualification: The candidate should have a Science stream with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology as the compulsory subject in +2 level or the qualifying examination.
  2. Qualifying Marks: For the General category students, the candidates must have obtained at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination. While the candidates belonging to OBC, SC, ST should obtain 40% marks in order to qualify. For the General category- Physically Handicapped candidates, they must score 45% marks in qualifying examination in order to be eligible to appear in NEET Merit List.
  3. Candidates who will be giving Class XII examination are also eligible to give the NEET examination. They will be given the admission on the provisional basis.
  4. Age: The candidate should be 17 years of age by December 31, 2020. There is no upper age limit for NEET 2020 as per an interim order of the supreme court. However, the candidature of aspirants more than 25 years of age is subject to the final orders of the Supreme Court.
  5. Number of Attempts: Candidates can appear in the examination as many times as they want. There is no limit on the number of attempts.
  6. The candidates who have biology as their optional subject can also appear for the NEET entrance examination.

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Tie Breaker

Students will get admission in the various UG courses like MBBS and BDS in the top medical colleges of the country through NEET exam. If students obtain the same marks in the exam then the tie-breaking formula will be applied. Following method will be used for tie-breaking:

  • Marks in Biology: The student securing higher marks in Biology will be given the top rank.
  • Marks in Chemistry: If tie still persists, the student securing higher marks in Chemistry will be given the top rank.
  • Incorrect Answers: Candidates with less number of attempted incorrect answers in all the three subjects in the NEET exam will be ranked high.
  • Age: If the tie still persists, students older in age will be considered.

Merit List For 15% All India Quota Seats

National Testing Agency declares three types of merit list for the NEET aspirants. One of them is All India Quota seats which ensures 15% reservation to reserved category candidates.. Candidates clearing the cut off marks and coming under this reservation category are eligible to come under this Merit list.

Highlights of the merit list:

  • The counselling for the candidates appearing in the All India Quota Merit list will be done on the basis of their All India Quota rank only.
  • NTA will forward the AIQ merit list to the Directorate General of Health Services (Medical Examination Cell), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India for further admission procedure.
  • Candidates from Jammu and Kashmir will need to submit a self- declaration form to participate in this counselling procedure.
  • Also, the candidates from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana do not need to submit a self- declaration form to participate in this counselling procedure.

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Merit List For 85% Seats Other Than All India Quota Seats

Candidates clearing the cut off marks are eligible to come under the Merit list. For the remaining 85% seats, NTA will provide the result to DGHS for further evaluation:-

  • In the merit list, Candidates are provided with their All India Rank.
  • All the admitting authorities release their own cut off and merit list on the basis of All India Ranks and the seats available in colleges after the NEET Merit list is declared and admissions are provided.
  • Also, State Counselling will be conducted by the respective state counselling authorities. Candidates must check their websites to stay updated.
  • Deemed universities will conduct their own counselling procedure.

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NEET Counselling

NTA will issue a call letter for NEET 2020 counselling  and the candidates will get the information asociated with the schedule, procedure and fee structure etc. There are numerous number of authorities, who conduct the NEET counselling. Find the following content for getting information on the same:

NEET 2020 Counselling by MCC

The counselling for the 15% All India Quota seats will be organized by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The counselling process will be conducted online and candidates can fill the choice of the colleges according to their rank list. The categories required for MCC counselling process are described in the following:

  • 15% AIQ seats both in the dental colleges and governmental medical colleges across the states (Except Jammu and Kashmir)
  • Seats in Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) in Pune
  • 100% seats are reserved in Deemed and Central Universities.
  • Seats reserved for Wards in IP Quota in the ESIC Medical colleges.

NEET 2020 Counselling By State Authorities

Counselling for another 85% state quota seats is regulated by the respective authority. After the declaration of the result of NEET 2020, Candidates can register themselves for the counselling round. They can participate in the NEET counselling process according to the rank they score in the NEET 2020.

  • Counselling for state quota seats will be conducted by the different state counselling authorities during this same period.
  • The counselling for filling up the remaining seats in various state and private medical colleges will be conducted by the state authorities.

Documents required at the time of Counselling:

  • Class 10th and 12th Mark sheets and Passing certificate.
  • ID Proof of the candidates along with the passport size photographs
  • NEET Admit Card
  • Caste certificate (if applicable)
  • NEET Admit Card
  • NEET All India Rank certificate

NEET 2020 Toppers List, State Wise List of Qualified Candidates

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

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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)
Indian Nationals 13,23,673 99.78%
NRIs 1842 00.13%
OCIs 529 00.04%
PIO 60 9 candidate less from 2017
Foreigners 621 00.04%
Male 5,80,649 43.76%
Female 7,46,075 56.23%
Transgender 1 7 less from 2017
Un Reserved 4,84,480 36.51%
SC 1,81,217 13.66%
ST 80,868 6.09%
OBC 5,80,160 43.73%
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%

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
1 Nalin Khandelwal Male 701 99.99992 Rajasthan
2 Bhavik Bansal Male 700 99.99976 Delhi
3 Akshat Kaushik Male 700 99.99976 Uttar Pradesh
4 Swastik Bhatia Male 696 99.99961 Haryana
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
9 Mihir Rai Male 695 99.99913 Delhi
10 Raghav Dubey Female 691 99.99913 Madhya Pradesh

NEET 2018 Toppers List

State Wise List of Qualified Candidates in NEET

State Name Registered Appeared Qualified
Jammu and Kashmir 24103 23085 12515
Himachal Pradesh 12954 12295 7528
Punjab 15606 14825 9774
Chandigarh 1344 1309 940
Uttarakhand 12570 12075 7070
Haryana 30542 29476 21398
Delhi 28463 27666 20397
Rajasthan 82000 79057 58738
Uttar Pradesh 132835 128329 76778
Bihar 66071 63003 37899
Sikkim 820 785 383
Arunachal Pradesh 3763 3475 1402
Nagaland 2171 2045 600
Manipur 6070 5780 3651
Mizoram 1398 1292 526
Tripura 3283 3150 1496
Meghalaya 2760 2515 1049
Assam 24622 23108 9931
West Bengal 58159 55888 32741
Jharkhand 15337 14838 9039
Odisha 33658 32301 19600
Chhattisgarh 25148 23773 10919
Madhya Pradesh 48774 46406 23638
Gujarat 74115 72351 32625
Daman & Diu 301 294 100
Dadra & Nagar Haveli 466 454 187
Maharashtra 182218 177353 70184
Andhra Pradesh 51229 49253 35732
Karnataka 94808 85288 54163
Goa 3611 3338 1526
Lakshadweep 342 313 155
Kerala 114214 108907 72682
Tamil Nadu 120000 114602 45336
Puducherry 4573 4462 1768
Andaman & Nicobar Is 942 912 453
Telangana 46245 44877 30912
Other 1210 1042 727
Total 1326725 1269922 714562

Other Statistics

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
OTHERS 50th Percentile 691-119 6,34,897
OBC 40th Percentile 118-96 54,653
SC 40th Percentile 118-96 17,209
ST 40th Percentile 118-96 7446
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
TOTAL 7,14,562

NEET 2019 Language Stats

English 10,60,923 79.96 %
Hindi 1,46,542 11.04 %
Telugu 1,997 00.15 %
Assamese 3,848 00.29 %
Gujarati 57,299 04.31 %
Marathi 1,169 00.08 %
Tamil 24,720 01.86 %
Bengali 27,437 03.02 %
Kannada 818 02.06 %
Oriya 279 00.02 %
Urdu 1,711 0.13%
English & Hindi 12,07,465 91.02 %
Regional Languages 1,19,260 08.98 %

List of Gender Wise Candidates Appearing in NEET 2019

Category Registered Candidates Appeared Absent Qualified
Male 5,80,649 5,53,849 26,800 3,12,399
Female 7,46,075 7,16,072 30,003 4,02,162
Transgender 1 1 NIL 01
Total 13,26,725 12,69,922 56,803 7,14,562

Category Wise List of Candidates Appearing in NEET

Category Registered Appeared Qualified
OBC 5,80,160 5,56,621 3,27,575
SC 1,81,217 1,71,856 87,311
ST 80,868 75,232 31,360
UR 4,84,480 4,66,213 2,68,316
Total 13,26,725 12,69,922 7,14,562

List of National and International Candidates Appearing in NEET 2019

Nationality Registered Candidates Appeared Absent Qualified
Indian 13,23,673 12,67,229 56,444 7,12,635
Foreigner 621 518 103 324
NRI 1842 1651 191 1200
OCI 529 469 60 367
PIO 60 55 5 36

NEET 2020 Official Answer Key with Solutions – Download PDF

NEET Answer Key: NTA will release NEET 2020 answer key with images of OMR response sheet and test booklet code after releasing the NEET 2020 result. NEET 2020 will be conducted on 26th July 2020.

To download the answer key candidates need to login through the application number and password on official website. Briefly, this article provides complete details on how to view/check NEET answer keys. In addition, the aspirants will get the idea of calculating the score on the basis of those keys. So that they can file a challenge against any key.

Important Dates: NEET 2020 Answer Key

Events Dates
NEET 2020 exam 26th July, 2020
Publish of Unofficial answer keys by coaching centers Tentatively last week of July 2020
Provisional Answer key of NEET 2020 Third week of August, 2020 (Tentative)
Last date of filing the objections against NEET answer key 2020 Third week of August, 2020 (Expected)
NEET answer key Last week of August, 2020 (Expected)

How to Check NEET Answer Key?

How to Check NEET 2020 Answer Key

NEET Answer Key will be available on the official website only. Hence, the aspirants are advised to follow the procedure stated below to download their NEET answer key:

  • First, visit the official website i.e. ntaneet.nic.in
  • Second, click on the ‘Candidate Login’ at the home page
  • Third, enter the registration number and password
  • Next, the answer key for candidate’s paper code will be displayed on the screen along with candidate’s marked answers
  • Finally, download the answer and verify it with the answer key.

Challenging Official NEET Answer Key and OMR Sheet

When the NEET answer key is released, candidates can also challenge any response. Additionally, the aspirants can check the responses in the official answer keys. They can also challenge questions only from the paper code they attempted.

In addition, NTA will publish the provisional answer key of NEET 2020 in the third week of August, 2020 (tentatively). Therefore, you can compare the answers reflected in the OMR sheet once you will receive the sheet. If the OMR response sheet is different from your marking sheet (which you have marked on the exam date), then you should go for the challenge. To challenge the sheet, you should pay a non-refundable INR 1000 accordingly.

Steps to Challenge NEET Answer Key and OMR Sheet

If the aspirant find any mistake in the scanned images of the NEET answer key, then they can challenge the answer key by the following steps:-

  • First, visit the official website
  • Second, login with your credentials
  • At the dashboard, you will find “Apply for KEY Challenge”
  • Next, click on KEY Challenge tab

Challenge Official NEET Answer key

  • Afterward, select the question you wish to challenge. Next, mark your choice and mention the justification for your answer
  • Then, pay the prescribed fee through Debit/Credit card or Net Banking. You will need to pay INR 1000 fee for challenging every question.
  • Finally, take the print of the confirmation slip for future reference

Fee for NEET Answer Key Challenge

The challenge has to be submitted online along with an additional fee of INR 1000/- per key. Your fees for the challenge will be completely refunded if the board accepts your claim.

Note: Candidates can follow the similar steps to view or challenge their recorded OMR sheets and booklet code number if you any discrepancy in any of them. Likewise, the candidates also need to remit INR 1000/- per response while submitting a challenge either for OMR sheet or booklet code number.

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Score Calculation with NEET Answer Key

NEET answer key is very useful for the candidates, as they can predict their score with the help of the answer key.

  • Before calculating their expected scores, candidates must know the marking scheme simultaneously.
  • There is a plus 4 marks for every correct answer. Nevertheless, 1 mark will be deducted for an incorrect response
  • No marks will be deducted if you did not mark any option

NEET Total Score = (Total number of correct answers x 4) – (Total number of Incorrect answers x 1)

NEET OMR Sheet and Responses

The images of OMR sheets and responses of each of the aspirants will be released on the official website of NTA.

  • The aspirants are advised to check the answer sheets simultaneously. Once you complete your checking, then you can calculate the NEET score.
  • If you find any discrepancy, then you should go to challenge the OMR Sheet and responses. However, you will have only three days to challenge it.
  • They should check the NEET Cutoff marks of last year, which was announced by the colleges. Considering the last year’s cutoff marks is equally important for estimating the current year’s NEET cutoff score.
  • Besides, you can get an idea about the cutoff 2020 of the colleges immediately, you are willing to get into.

Processes to Mark Answers in the OMR Sheet

  • The candidates can use either Blue or Black point pen while marking their answers in the OMR sheet.
  • Fill the circle to indicate the correct response of the questions
  • If you leave the circle to mark incompletely, then it will not be recognised by the OMR sheet.

Find the following sample of OMR to understand the way of filling the correct answer in your sheet:

Steps to Mark Answers in the OMR Sheet

Sets of NEET 2020 Question Paper

  • There are 12 sets of question papers.
  • In each question paper, the aspirants will get four sets such as A, B, C, D, P, Q, R, S, W, X, Y, Z.
  • NTA will release exactly the similar number of answer keys, which is equivalent to the NEET question papers.
  • To get the idea of the pattern of the question papers, the aspirants should check the previous year’s question papers furthermore.

When will NTA release NEET Answer Keys?

NTA will release NEET 2020 answer keys after the exam conducted successfully. NTA might release answer keys for NEET 2020 after 3 weeks of the exam date.

  • Exam Date of NEET 2020 – It will be conducted on 26th July, 2020.
  • NEET 2020 Answer Key– Released within 3 weeks of exam date

NEET Unofficial Answer Keys by Coaching Institutes

Here is a list of NEET Answer Keys 2019. It is released by various institutes across India. Before the release of the NEET  official Answer Key, candidates can make use of the NEET Answer Key released by all the leading coaching institutes. These answer keys are unofficial and are prepared by the teaching faculty of these institutes. Download the answer key from the table provided below.

NEET Unofficial Answer Keys 2019

NEET Unofficial Answer Keys by some established coaching institutes are given below. For example, you can find the NEET 2019 Answer Key Allen, NEET 2019 Answer Key Aakash etc. to predict your score.

NEET 2019 Answer Key Aakash

NEET 2019 Answer Key Allen

Code Link
Code P1 to P6 Download
Code Q1 to Q6 Download
Code R1 to R6 Download
Code S1 to S6 Download

NEET 2019 Answer Key Resonance

Code Link
Code P2 Download
Code Q2 Download
Code R2, R3 Download R2 Download R3
Code S3 Download S3
NEET UG 2019 Answer Keys for Karnataka and Odisha
Coaching Institute Code E1 Code F1 Code G1 Code H1
Aakash (Odisha) Download Download Download Download
Allen Download
Resonance G1

NEET 2018 Unofficial Answer Keys

Download NEET Previous Year Question Papers

If you accidentally lost your question paper, do not worry. We got you covered. You can download the question paper as per your paper code below. Furthermore, do not forget to calculate the scores with the answer keys! Download NEET Previous Year Question Papers

NEET 2020 Answer Key- Final Answer Key

The experts of NTA have reviewed all the challenges they received on the provisional key, NTA releases a NEET 2020 final answer key afterward. Valid claims are accepted by the NTA experts and the provisional key is thus updated to become the final answer key. In brief, the result for NEET 2020 will be calculated on the basis of the final answer key.

  • NTA uploads the final answer key in PDF form on the official website.
  • You cannot challenge the final answer key. Meanwhile, challenge window is open for a short window and only then you can challenge for a claim.
  • Final answer key is not available for separate sets. In spite of this, the answer keys for all the sets will be within one Final Answer Key.
  • Candidates can check their answers to all of 180 questions in the final answer key.

What after NEET Answer Key

Once the NEET 2020 answer key and the response of OMR sheet will be released at the end of August, then the NTA announced the NEET 2020 result on the official website. The date of releasing the result has not been decided yet. The date will be announced later by NTA.

  • The students should click the direct link of NEET UG 2020 result from the official website.
  • Afterward, enter the roll number and password in order to check the result.
  • Next, they need to choose the ‘Submit’ option. Now, you are able to see your NEET 2020 result on the screen
  • At last, keep a print out of the result after downloading the soft copy.

The NEET qualifying candidates will be able to take part in the NEET counselling process.

NEET 2020 Answer Key Frequently Asked Questions

Ques: What is the scoring system in NEET 2020?
Ans: For each correct answer, four marks will be awarded while one mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
Ques: Can one see images of OMR sheets and responses on a website?

Ans: The images of OMR Sheet and Responses captured by the machine will be displayed on the official website. For exact date of hosting, candidates may remain in touch with a website.

Ques: Is there any provision for re-checking of answer sheet?

Ans: No.

Ques: Is there any provision to challenge the responses against the OMR grading?
  • Candidates will be given an opportunity to submit representation against the OMR grading on payment of Rs.1000/- per response challenged.
  • Rs.1000/- per response will be refunded to the candidate if his/her challenge is accepted by the Board.


NEET PG Rank-Wise College Predictor for Easy Admission

NEET PG is a national level entrance examination for admission into MD/MS/ PG Diploma courses. For the academic session 2020-22, NEET PG was conducted on January 5, 2020 in online mode. NBE has released the NEET PG result on 30 January 2020 and candidates can use our NEET PG College Predictor.

NEET Counselling process has halted due to outbreak of COVID-19. The counselling authority will announced the new dates after April 15.

NEET PG Result was declared on January 30. NBE published result in the form of PDF list containing name and score of all successful candidates

The college predictor will shortlist your colleges based on your expected score and NEET PG 2020 Rank. Counselling for NEET PG 2020 is expected to commence form the month of March.


NEET PG Answer Key 2019- Question Paper and Solution

The national level medical exam, NEET PG, has been successfully conducted across 165 cities on January 6, 2019. The National Board of Examination (NBE) conducted the exam in completely online mode without any technical mishap. As per the latest notification by NBE, there is no official NEET PG answer key.

Note- NEET PG Result 2019 will be declared on January 31, 2019.

Answer key is generally released for offline exams. They are not exactly right as they are based on memory. Most leading coaching institutes release their answer key. However, there is no news for NEET PG Answer key till now. You can use rank predictor to what your NEET PG 2019 score will look like. For latest updates, you must stay tuned to the official site of NEET PG. (more…)

NEET PG Rank 2019- Check Result and Seats

NEET PG rank is the overall merit position of the candidate among all candidates who have appeared for NEET PG 2019. Getting NEET PG Rank makes a candidate eligible for All India 50% Quota. NEET PG Rank 2019 will be released only in the online mode.

NoteYou can use NEET PG College Predictor to know the expected colleges.

NEET PG 2019 result will be released on January 31, 2019. 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.


NEET College Predictor 2020: Predict your College from here

NEET College Predictor is helpful for candidates appearing for NEET 2020. It gives a rough idea about which college they might get as per their marks secured and rank obtained. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level test conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) for candidates looking forward to studying medicine and getting admission in institutes that offer MBBS and BDS programmes in the nation. The details about NEET College Predictor 2020 is elaborated further in this article.


Top MBBS Colleges in India

The teachings and knowledge which had emerged at that time were gradually spread across the country as well as the globe. With the changing society, medicinal education and medicines also changed and transformed to the demands of the society. There are Top MBBS Colleges in India which provides the chance to make career in the medical world.

Top MBBS Colleges

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi

All India Institute of Medical Sciences or AIIMS was created by an Act of Parliament in 1956 with an objective to serve people with the best possible treatment regarding all the aspect of health care. True to its objective, ever since them, this institute has not only gained popularity in terms of its services but has also earned the name for its Medical Education. This institute is the dream of many aspiring medical students, as its Undergraduate and Post-graduate Medical Education provides the highest order of personal training in all the significant branches of medicine and healthcare. This is why for the last 2-3 years, this institute has been ranked 1st in all India Medical Colleges.

Christian Medical College, Vellore

Known for its strict rules and regulations, the famous Christian Medical College is one of the most disciplined colleges in India. To be admitted to this college, the student needs to qualify the NEET Exam (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test). This college has been ranked 2nd in India.

This college provides Distance Education programs. It has also provides post-graduate courses in medicine through which more number of students can experts in their fields.

Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), New Delhi

Over the last few years, Maulana Azad Medical College has achieved an excellent reputation. By generating some of the best doctors every year, this college has proven itself as one of the top medical educational institutes of the country. It is because of all this that for last five years, this college has been ranked amongst top 5 Medical colleges in India.

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Armed Forces Medical College (AFMS), Pune

Established on 1st May 1948, by the amalgamation of various defence medical organisations, Armed Forces Medical College is another reputed medical college in India. The college is acknowledged for offering various other courses in addition to MBBS. This is to provide the Indian Armed Forces with an army of medical specialists and super-specialist. The trainees are given in-service training to ensure the proper health care of the officer. Also, another significant aspect of this college is the fact that it provides its students with assured career prospects in the defence services. Because of all this that this college has ranked amongst top 10 colleges in India since 2006.

Grant Medical College, Mumbai

If any medical student is looking to study and learn using the latest medical equipment, then Grant Medical College is the place for them. The foundation of this college dates back to 1845 and ever since then it has been ranking amongst the top most colleges in India. The college is acknowledged not just for its top ranking medical education, but also for the technology that it uses.

Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Pondicherry

Originated as École de Médicine de Pondichérry, the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research was established by the French Government in the year 1823. Due to some unsettled circumstances, the college was located in the modified buildings of the High Court, which is now the Legislative Assembly Hall.

Talking about its object, JIPMER in its own words seeks to be a model for health systems in India through innovations in education, patient-oriented research, population health and service excellence. True to their words, since its establishment, the college has proved to be one of the most compassionate and result oriented institutions of the country.

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St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore

St. John’s Medical College was established by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI) in 1963. The CBCI is the largest non-governmental contributors to the healthcare in India. Their aim was to provide training in healthcare, especially to those who were committed to serving the poor margins of the country.

The reputation of the college can be noted from the various achievements and acknowledgements which it has achieved in the recent past. The college has consistently been ranked amongst the top 10 colleges in India for the last 10 year. The outlook magazine has recently ranked it the 4th best Medical College in India. This is their ranking of St. John’s Medical College consecutively since 2014. Apart from this, The National Assessment and Accreditation Council, a Review Committee of the University Grants Commission, has recognized the excellence of St. John’s Medical College and Hospital and accorded it with a 5-star grading.

Kasturba Medical College (KMC), Mangalore

Kasturba Medical College (KMC) is a medical institution that is part of Manipal Academy of Higher Education. In 2017, it was ranked 3rd amongst in all private medical colleges. Also in 2017, this college is ranked top 10 in all Indian Medical Colleges, in  which in itself portrays the growth and reputation of the college. The reason behind this is the hard work of the college’s faculty and the dedication of the students.

University College of Medical Science, New Delhi

University College of Medical Science is famously known as G.T.B Hospital and is aimed at by many medical aspirants every year. The college was established in 1971 as a Constituent College of University of Delhi. With an objective to impart high-quality education, the college is associated with the Guru Tek Bahadur Hospital for the training the students. In addition to regular Medicinal courses, this college also offers various paramedical courses. The college has generated many successful experts in the medicinal field, who have earned fame globally. It is the result of all this that this college is one of the high-ranking colleges in India.

Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS), BHU Varanasi

As stated by the institute, medical education in Varanasi dates from the days of Sushruta 500 BC. Approximately the same time when the Medical education began in India. The College of Medical Sciences was converted from the Ayurvedic College in 1960. When we look at the history and growth of this college, it becomes quite clear that why this particular college is one of the top ranking colleges in India. Presently, there are several research scholars that associated with this college.

King George’s Medical University (KGMU), Lucknow U.P

The Maharaja Vijanagaram was the first one to propose the idea of starting a Medical college in Lucknow in 1870. However, it was not until 1906 that the foundation stone of the college was laid. The stone was laid down by his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales in whose honour, the college is named. The significance and reputation of this college can be traced from the fact that there are several international students who are studying here.

Sri Ramachandra University (SRU), Chennai

Established by Sri Ramachandra Educational and Health Trust in the year 1985, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute is a non-profit private institution that is dedicated to ensuring the society’s health care in the best possible way. The motto of this institute is to serve people ethically and without prejudices. Combined with this, the institute provides its students with world-class medical technologies. Also, it is associated with several global research institutes, which further ensures the global knowledge of the students in their desired medical field. All these aspects of this institute have made it one of the most desired medical institutes by the students in India.

Madras Medical College, Chennai

The first batch of the students of the Madras Medical College graduated in 1852. However, at that time they were not given a degree but only a diploma. It was 1857, that it gained affiliation to the University of Madras. Since then, the College has dedicated itself to impart training in all the medical field. It offers the students as under-graduate, post-graduate and also super-specialty courses. It is due to this dedication and the clear vision of betterment of healthcare that this college is now one of the premier institutions in the country.

Seth GS Medical College (GSMC), Mumbai

The Seth Gordhandas Medical College (GSMC) was in 1926. The college is mainly funded by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. The college mainly aims to render help to the unprivileged section of our society that too virtually free of cost. It is a common knowledge that like many other big cities, Mumbai too is crowded with people half of whom are unprivileged. So, to have such an institute there is a blessing. All these aspects are what have helped this college to attain top ranking position amongst other well established medical colleges in India.

Lady Hardinge  Medical College for Women, New Delhi

The foundation of this college has a very interesting story. Named after the wife of the Viceroy, the Lady Hardinge Medical College for women was founded in 1914. She was the first one to take initiative for the medical education for women. She realized that due to the lack of separate medical school, the women of India were unable to study medicine. This was one of the greatest initiatives of that time. While the first batch had 16 students, the number increased to 60 and now to more than 200. The college offers various teaching and training activities for the undergraduate, post-graduate and nursing courses. The level of knowledge and training that the college provides has made it attain a great reputation and ranking in India’s best medical schools.

Therefore, all these colleges/ Institutes have been a part of India’s past and have grown with its society. Their experience is what has earned them a place as top-ranker in their field.

NEET Rank Predictor 2020: Predict your Rank and College here

The competition towards excellence is increasing every day and if we consider the competition which encircles the arena of the NEET 2020, it can be easily understood that the people with real intent can only pass this huge boundary. This is obvious because throughout the country, millions of potential candidates are preparing for this particular examination and it is not possible to select them all. Only a few talented candidates are selected who can now pursue their dream. Candidates will know their Rank with NEET Rank Predictor.

After giving the examination, it is difficult to predict the NEET result. Even if the candidate has attempted correct answers and they have managed to avoid incorrect answers but there is no surety that he/ she will be eligible on the top 10 list. The rank depends on a large number of factors, scores will be released on the basis of candidates who appear for the exam.

What does a Rank Predictor do?

Rank Predictor will be helpful in case the candidate is interested in knowing his/her probable rank. It is obvious that almost every candidate will be interested to know his/her rank, during the pre and post-examination period. It eases the entire process by letting the candidate know their expected rank so that he/she does not fall into a loop of improper expectations.

The basic NEET cutoff for the general category candidates is 50 percentile while in case of the candidates belonging to the reserved categories, the cutoff is 40 percentile. Through the rank predictor, the candidate may also get an idea of whether he/she will be eligible to join the medical colleges or not.

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NEET Rank Predictor: The Working Style

There are several sites which provide the opportunity for candidates to predict their rank, the candidates can browse through the rank predictors. You need to fill the basic details like name, contact number, email id, category, Registration no and the other details.

After that, they need to enter the score to secure the NEET Exam, candidates need to be careful that they should not enter the incorrect details and score because if the candidate enters the incorrect score then it is obvious that the predicted rank will also be incorrect. Thus it is recommended that before using the rank predictor, one should sit down and calculate expected marks in the exam. It is observed that there is minimal difference between the predicted rank and the official rank.

NEET Rank Predictor

How to Use NEET Rank Predictor?

Step 1: Registration

In order to register the names, the aspirants should provide the details like Email id and contact number. Once you submit the details, you should click the register option for completing the process. It is the first step for getting access to the rank predictor.

Step 2: Enter the details

If the aspirants complete their registration, they will be capable to predict the details by entering the details:

  • Expected Marks in NEET 2020: The aspirants should enter the marks (what they are predicting to get out of total allotted marks, 720). In case of estimating the predicted marks, the aspirants can rely on the NEET cutoff of previous years.
  • Cutoff category: The applicants will need to choose the deserving categories, that is whether they are from General/SC/ST or OBC. NEET cutoff score for all of the categories will be released separately.
  • Gender: The aspirants choose the category respectively from one of the fields male/female or other.
  • Select State: The candidates have to choose their state, whether it is domicile state or Union Territory or from the available option in the list.

Step 3: Predict the Rank

If you complete the aforementioned steps, then you have to select the ‘Predict Now’ option to check the expected rank and college based on the predicted score.

Example of using NEET Rank Predictor 2020

Sonia Singhal is a General Category Female aspirant from Delhi NCR, who is going to appear for NEET 2020 exam. She has an expectation of getting a 650 score out of 720 and to pursue an MBBS program, then she needs to check the rank predictor to get an idea about the admission process.

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Let’s Analyze the Benefits:

An analysis of the benefits of this particular tool will be extremely helpful for the candidates which are given below:

1. Accuracy

According to resources, one should not doubt the accuracy of this particular tool as it has been specially designed to relieve the candidates from the upcoming stress of result declaration. In most of the cases, it has been observed that the rank predictor’s output has close resemblance with the official rank while in some cases, it has also been observed that the predicted result has actually matched with the official rank.

2. Know where you stand

This is the most vital reason why the candidates use this particular tool. Even before giving the exam, it is important for the candidates to realize where they stand. Through the predicted rank, candidates will be able to realize where they stand with respect to performance and marking, they will also get an idea about the colleges in which they will get a chance to admission.

3. Comparison

Candidates can compare their performance with others. There is complete transparency with respect to predicted rank. This method is effective in analyzing the candidate’s performance. NEET Rank Predictor is based on certain parameters which will help the candidates to predict their results so that they can get an insight into their performance, this will help them to realize whether they have achieved what they have planned to or not and after this, they can actually target the colleges in which they can seek admission.

NEET Participating States for Medical and Dental Colleges

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a National Level Medical Entrance Exam conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency). Various colleges take admission of the Candidates on the basis of NEET Scores. Admission in government or private medical colleges for MBBS and BDS courses in India will be solely based on the NEET score. There are total 462 Medical colleges who accept NEET scores. Through this article aspirants will know the NEET Participating States for Medical and Dental Colleges.

NEET Exam will be conducted on 26 July, 2020, and the result is likely to be declared in the month of June. Aspirants who want to appear in the NEET exam they need to fill the Application form.