NEET 2019 Result and Cutoff Analysis; High cutoff marks expected for admissions

NEET 2019 Result and Cutoff Analysis; High cutoff marks expected for admissions
Prabha Dhavala | Jun 5, 2019 - 4:02 p.m. IST
Share Via

NEET Online Preparation

Crack NEET 2020 with NEET Knockout Program, If you Do Not Qualify- Get 100% MONEY BACK

New Delhi, June 5: NTA has released the result as well as the qualifying cutoff for NEET 2019. With 1410755 students appearing for the exam and 797042 students qualifying in it, the indications that come from an analysis of the result and qualifying marks are that the admission cutoffs may go higher than last year. Take a look at the comparison of the statistics from last year.

With around 66,771 MBBS seats and 27,148 BDS seats, the competition is high. This year the supernumerary seats for EWS category is expected to ease some of the competition with the increase in seats and such. It may be noted that the exact seat matrix has not been released by the authorities.

However, the qualifying cutoff marks have gone higher for each category this year. So what does this translate into for students? A higher cutoff for admissions in spite of the increase in seats for EWS category.

A look at the NEET cutoff for 2019 and 2018

Category

Minimum Qualifying Percentile

Marks Range 2019

Marks Range 2018

Others

50th Percentile

701-134

691-119

Unreserved - Physically Handicapped (UR - PH)

45th Percentile

133-120

118-107

Scheduled Caste (SC)

40th Percentile

133-107

118-96

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

40th Percentile

133-107

118-96

Other Backward Classes (OBC)

40th Percentile

133-107

118-96

SC-PH

40th Percentile

133-107

106-96

ST-PH

40th Percentile

133-107

106-96

OBC-PH

40th Percentile

133-107

106-96


Comparison of Candidates in 2019 and 2018

Gender
2019
2018
Male3512783,12,399
Female4457614,02,162
Transgender31
Total qualified7970427,14,562
Total Appeared141075512,69,922


NEET 2019 was conducted on May 5 and May 20 in offline mode. The results were declared on June 5, 2019 and counselling is expected to start tentatively in the third week of June 2019.


Stay updated with latest Education News
Back to top