The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the NEET cut-off 2020 percentile score along with the result on 16th October at ntaneet.nic.in for the exam held on 13th September and 14th October. Aspirants who have appeared for NEET UG 2020 exam can check their NEET cut-off 2020 for all the categories General/OBC/SC/ST. It is noted that NEET UG cut-off 2020 varies for each category. Aspirants need to secure minimum marks to qualify the offline NEET exam. NEET MBBS/BDS cutoff 2020 for General category aspirants is 50th, and for OBC, SC, and ST is 40th. Candidates who want to pursue MBBS or BDS abroad must qualify the NEET UG exam by securing qualifying marks in NEET exam. Check the complete details below about NEET cut-off 2020 marks.
The NEET-UG cut-off list consists of the minimum marks required to qualify the entrance exam. Aspirants who will score equal to or more than the NEET-UG cut-off 2020 is eligible to take admission in medical, and dental colleges of India. With the help of NEET 2020 cut off, aspirants will know whether they have qualified to take admission into MBBS/BDS courses. Aspirants noted that the cut-off of NEET-UG 2020 is varies from each other for different categories.
NEE-UG 2020 cut-off is based on various factors such as:
In the above table, there is comprehensive state-wise list of the total number of MBBS/BDS seats available across India. Seats are divided - the total number of colleges, the total number of seats available and type of colleges- government and private.
The counselling process of NEET includes the registration process, counselling fee, seat allotment etc. Aspirants need to qualify the NEET exam to be eligible for NEET counselling. Those who qualify the written exam have to register themselves for the NEET 2020 counselling process by filling in their details. After filling the registration form, he will need to pay the NEET counselling registration fee as well. After that, candidates will be able to see a list of the colleges and they can choose the preferences as per the priority.
We hope that the information provided above has given you clarity about MBBS/BDS Cut-off and Seats in India through NEET UG and seat intake in government and private colleges.