NEET 2019: Expected Cutoff of Top Medical Institutes in India

The NEET 2019 cutoff will be released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) together with the result within June 5. The cutoff of the exam specifies the lowest marks compulsory to make the grade in the medical entrance exam. The 2019 cutoff will be put on view on the scorecard along with the All India Rank (AIR). Only those aspirants, who will get the same or more will be regarded as qualified for admission to medical, dental, and related courses. It has to be noted that the NEET 2019 cutoff for diverse categories is dissimilar.

Applicants who aspire to pursue MBBS out of the country will also be obliged to attain marks equivalent to be considered entitled. Candidates who will take NEET 2019 examination can check the expected cutoff of top medical institutes of India so that they can brush up their preparation accordingly.

NEET 2019 Cutoff– Minimum Qualifying Percentile

The bare minimum qualifying percentile indicates the smallest amount of percentile compulsory to make the grade in NEET 2019. Given that fact, the percentile depends on the comparable performance of all the applicants who have appeared for the examination; the resultant marks can only be affirmed after the announcement of the result on the official website i.e. https://ntaneet.nic.in/. Applicants willing to become certified in NEET 2019 are required to get the same or more than the percentile cutoff of NEET 2019 as pointed out in the following table:

Category Minimum Percentile to Qualify
Unreserved 50
Unreserved Physically Handicapped 45
Scheduled Caste 40
Scheduled Tribe 40
Other Backward Classes 40

NEET Cutoff Trends of 10 Leading Medical Colleges in India

College 2016 NEET Cutoff 2017 NEET Cutoff 2018 NEET Cutoff
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi 44 49 58
VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi 106 82 107
University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi 128 185 165
Government Medical College, Chandigarh 162 278 254
Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai 408 297 296
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi 263 369 314
King George’s Medical University, Lucknow 506 725 703
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai 408 1,018 1122
Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak 1,035 1,481 1178
Stanley Medical College, Chennai 2,264 3,858 3520

Some of the other finest colleges in the country which were also there in the list of the best choices of students in the previous years were B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad, Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh, S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur, Grant Medical College & Sir J.J. Hospital, Mumbai. All of these colleges were in the list of the best options for medical aspirants who were successful in securing the top 100 ranks in the NEET 2018 examination. The cutoff given above is only uncertain in its coverage of reputation among the applicants. The AIIMS, New Delhi and PGIMER, Chandigarh are the other top colleges in this list. However, the admission to these colleges is not under the concern of NEET examination and that is why they have been excluded from the aforementioned list.

All of the NEET applicants are advised to keep the thing in mind that the NEET cutoff according to the top medical colleges listed above is as indicated by the starting and finishing ranks of the result of the NEET 2018 examination. The authentic ranking of the top medical institutes in the country as maintained by the NIRF Ranking of the previous year is not included in the list. The AIIMS and JIPMER MBBS admissions are not conducted on the basis of the NEET cutoff, and for this reason, the list does not also take account of the pieces of information associated with these two institutes.

Applicants who get the NEET 2019 cut-off percentile will be considered qualified to take part in the counselling procedure. The minimum score to secure admittance to medical and dental colleges will be dissimilar. It can be specified only after the declaration of the result of all the counselling courses. However, it has to be noted that getting the qualifying marks does not guarantee admittance to a medical or dental seat. But it will be candidate’s hard work and dedication which will help them to ace the exam and get into their desired medical institute.