Finally, the wait is over! Aspirants have taken the most important exam in the history of their career. Although, it has been very stressful for the aspirants and their families but those who were determined to appear for this exam were able to make it for the exam.
The NTA (National Testing Agency) conducted the most competitive exam i.e., the NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) on 17th July 2022. The NEET result 2022 will be announced by the NTA very soon at neet.nta.nic.in. The NEET 2022 cut off for all categories will also be released along with the result cum scorecard.
For NEET 2022, a total of 18,72,341 aspirants had registered including men, women, foreigners, NRI’s and OCI and although there were several protests to reschedule the NEET UG, a total of 1614777 candidates appeared for the exam.
In a total of 3570 exam centres, the exam was conducted in 497 cities in India and 14 cities outside India. For the year 2022, the cities for the NEET UG exam were Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Colombo, Doha, Dubai, Kathmandu, Kuala Lampur, Kuwait City, Manama, Muscat, Riyadh, Sharjah, Singapore, Lagos cities.
In NEET 2022, the maximum number of aspirants appeared from the pink city, Jaipur i.e., 52,351 aspirants from Jaipur appeared for the NEET UG 2022. On the other hand, a minimum number of aspirants appeared for the NEET UG 2022 from the West Sikkim i.e., only 105 aspirants.
Moving further, with regards to the cities in Abroad, a maximum number of candidates from Dubai appeared for the NEET UG 2022 i.e., a total of 646 aspirants appeared in the Dubai exam centre. On the other hand, a minimum number of aspirants appeared for the NEET UG 2022 i.e., only 6 aspirants appeared in the Thailand exam centre.
Aspirants can go through the previous year’s NEET UG cut off below which will give them an idea about NEET UG 2022 cut off scores for Government and Private Indian Medical Colleges:
|Category||Cut off percentile||Previous year’s cut off score|
|UR & PH||45th Percentile||137-122|
|OBC & PH||40th Percentile||121-108|
|SC & PH||40th Percentile||121-108|
|ST & PH||40th Percentile||121-108|
For General category, aspirants can check the cut off for NEET UG of government colleges from the below mentioned data:
|Name of Medical Colleges||NEET cut off for government colleges|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi||53|
|Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry||227|
|King George's Medical University, Lucknow||1623|
|Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi||1179|
|VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi||143|
According various reports submitted by different classes, it has been reported that for the year 2022, the NEET UG exam was easy to moderate. It has been observed that zoology was moderate, chemistry and physics sections were on an easy to moderate difficulty level whereas botany was on a moderate to difficult level.
Moreover, this is the most crucial time when aspirants still have enough time in their hands to decide for their future and not give up on their goals of becoming a doctor. Aspirants are likely to face huge obstacles in their way when they are exploring different opportunities for them.
We advised aspirants to explore more and more about various opportunities available by pursuing MBBS in Abroad, MBBS in Russia, MBBS in China and MBBS in Bangladesh.
Every year, aspirants have to go through a lot while trying to secure a medical seat in their preferred medical university in India. Most of the aspirants give up on their dreams and settle for some other course when they are not able to get admissions in their preferred university or when they cannot afford to pay huge amount of donation or tuition fees in Private colleges or when they belong to open category and some other aspirant who have secured less than them and still manage to secure a seat in government college because they come under reserved category.
This is the most crucial time and the most competitive examination is for MBBS which is widespread. The craze for becoming a doctor is increasing and every year the ratio of aspirants appearing for NEET is increasing and the medical seats remain the same because of which the trend of pursuing MBBS in Abroad and choosing some other country is on the rise.
Also, during this time, technology plays an important role in the lives of the aspirants when they are exploring on internet about various medical institutes all around the world.
Nowadays, everything is easily available on internet and thus, aspirants have become smart and take their decisions wisely so that they do not have to face major obstacles when they start their journey in the university.
Aspirants are advised to check NMC ad other rankings while planning to pursue MBBS in a foreign country and all other important factors should also be taken into consideration such as the Tuition fees, cost of living, hostel and food facilities, relationship of their home country with the country they have chosen as their study destination and many other things.
Apart from all this, the ratio of the aspirants clearing the FMGE or the NEXT exam should also be taken into consideration as it is very important to know whether the university is providing FMGE coaching in the university along with MBBS studies or not.