NBE has revised NEET MDS 2020 cut off by 18.935 percentile

NBE has revised NEET MDS 2020 cut off by 18.935 percentile
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NEW DELHI: The National Board of Examination, on July 3, 2020, has released the revised cut off for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET MDS) admission to Master of Dental Surgery (MDS) courses for the current academic session. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) in consultation with the Dental Council of India (DCI) has lowered the required cut off percentile in order to fill the vacant seats. According to the official notice, the revised MDS cutoff has been reduced to 18.935 percentile for each category.

Official notice on revision of NEET MDS cutoff

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Revised NEET MDS cutoff 2020

Aspirants can check the revised MDS cutoff from the tale below

Category

Minimum qualifying percentile

Old Cutoff score (out of 960)

Revised minimum required percentile

Revised Cutoff (out of 960)

General and EWS

50th percentile

286

31.065

Available soon

SC/ST/OBC

40th percentile

250

21.065

Available soon

General and EWS - PH

45th percentile

268

26.065

Available soon

SC/ST/OBC - PH

40th percentile

250

21.065

Available soon


Dip in NEET MDS cut off percentile

Last year, the revised MDS cut off for general category candidate was 25.835 percentile, while for SC/ST/OBC, it was 15.835 percentile. There was a deduction of 24.165 percentile in the previous year’s cut off, while as many as 78 marks were reduced.

Revised NEET MDS cutoff 2019

Category

Revised minimum required percentile

Revised Cutoff (out of 960)

General

25.835 percentile

172

SC/ST/OBC

15.835 percentile

140

SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH

15.835 percentile

140

UR-PH

20.835 percentile

156


Candidates securing this minimum qualifying percentile will be considered eligible to participate in the mop-up round counselling conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) and remaining allotment process by respective state admission committees.

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