NEET 2019 result to be out any time now; check here cutoff for top colleges
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New Delhi, June 4: With each passing hour, or more precisely minute, the heartbeat of the NEET candidate must be beating louder and louder in anticipation of NEET 2019 results. It is because, the results of the exam could be out anytime now; the official notification said results would be out on or before June 5.
And as and when the results of NEET 2019 are declared by The National Testing Agency (NTA), there is little doubt it will cast an indelible mark in the life of many candidates. Some will go on to become doctors fulfilling their long-cherished dreams, while some others will become educationists. But there will also be a substantial number who will feel left behind, licking their wounds.
NEET result 2019 will then be a roller coaster of emotions. But it is important for those who fail to crack NEET this time around to not lose heart, and more importantly to not give up. Remember, after hitting the trough, the roller coaster doesn’t rest until it hits the crest. So, the candidate also must turn failure into a stepping stone.
NEET 2019 exam in figures
Total registrations - 15,19,375
Total number of candidates who took the exam - 14,10,754
MBBS seats - Around 66,771
BDS seats - Around 27,148
Statistics related to exam, including toppers list, to be released alongside result
Subsequent to release of NEET 2019 result, NTA officials are expected to release the full statistics of NEET exam, including state-wise number of registered, appeared and qualified candidates.
However, the most highly anticipated bit of statistics would be the about the toppers.
Who topped the exam last year?
CBSE, which was the exam conducting authority till last year, published the details of top 50 candidates for NEET 2019.
The exam was topped by Kalpana Kumari from Bihar, who scored 691 marks (99.999921 percentile). She was followed in second and third place by Rohan Purohit from Telangana and Himanshu Sharma from Delhi respectively, with both scoring 690 marks (99.999764).
NEET Cutoff 2019 - Finding out one’s chances of admission
For candidates who qualify in the exam, the next big question is finding a college that matches their NEET rank (or score). Typically government colleges have high cutoffs, first because they have low fees, and also many of them are highly rated. Find below the cutoff details for previous years.
NEET Cutoff for Top 10 Government Colleges
Name of Medical Colleges/Year
2018 NEET Closing Rank
2017 NEET Closing Rank
2016 NEET Closing Rank
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi
Government Medical College, Chandigarh
Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai
King George's Medical University, Lucknow
Stanley Medical College, Chennai
Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai