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Minimum Marks Required in NEET for MBBS

Minimum Marks Required in NEET for MBBS

Minimum Marks Required in NEET for MBBS in Government College

In India, there are 235 Government Medical Colleges in India having a 31,727 Total Government MBBS seats in NEET 2019. In addition, there are 9 AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) which have 800 MBBS seats for Indian students. In 2019-20, MBBS UG seats: 10,565   and MBBS PG seats: 2,153 have been increased which makes 75000 MBBS seats across India. There is a tough competition to get admission to a government college where lakhs of students apply and dream of getting into that college. Know the minimum marks required in NEET for MBBS in Government College.

Minimum marks required in NEET for MBBS in Government College

The majority of government colleges in India are located in Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, etc.  If you compare, you are competing for 41388 seats vs. lakhs of students.  The seats are divided into 2 types of Quota in all government medical colleges:

  • All India Quota (AIQ) reserves 15% of seats.
  • State Quota reserves 65% of seats.

NEET UG 2019 Quota Result | NEET qualifying marks 2019

  1. General Category: min 134 marks (50 percentile)
  2. General-PH (45th)
  3. SC/OBC/ST: min 107 marks (40 percentile)

What is Percentile and how it is calculated?

Percentile is a measure used to determine the rank of the students.  It is calculated against a number of students who attended the NEET UG test.  To get admission in a good government college for MBBS, you will require 575 to 600 marks or above.

For Example:

If you have 50 percent, this means your score is higher than 5-% of students who appeared for NEET that year.

NEET 2020 expected cut off for government colleges

The cut-off depends on factors like Number of candidates appeared for the exam, the Difficulty level of exam, and Total seats available. The percentile you’ll require are as follows under all categories:

  1. General- 50th
  2. General-PH- 45th
  3. SC/ST/OBC- 40th
  4. SC/ST/OBC-PH- 40th

Through the colleges have not released any definite cut-off score but you need to score more than 600 marks to ensure that you will get an admission in a good college. For reference, you can look up to last year’s cut off score.

CategoryQualifying CutoffCutoff Score
Unreserved (UR)50th Percentile704-134
Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)45th Percentile133-120
Scheduled Caste (SC)40th Percentile133-107
Scheduled Tribe (ST)40th Percentile133-107
Other Backward Classes (OBC)40th Percentile133-107
SC-PH40th Percentile119-107
ST-PH40th Percentile119-107
OBC-PH40th Percentile119-107

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