NEET MDS 2019 Result announced; Know how to download the result

NEET MDS 2019 Result announced; Know how to download the result
Richa Kapoor | Jan 14, 2019 - 11:38 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JANUARY 14: National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the result of NEET MDS 2019 on January 14. The exam was conducted on December 14, 2018, in computer based mode for admission to all MDS courses offered in government, private, deemed and central universities. NEET MDS result 2019 contains aspirant’s personal details, total marks, percentile scores, All India Rank, cutoff marks and AIQ cutoff marks.

How to download NEET MDS result 2019?

In order to download the NEET MDS result 2019 courses, candidates need to follow the steps mentioned below.

1. Download the PDF carefully

A link to download the result for NEET MDS is available on this page. In order to check the result, aspirants must search their NEET MDS roll number by using Ctrl+F. Candidates are suggested to verify the details.

2. Display of NEET MDS result

After submission of credentials, the result is available on the screen in form of PDF file. It is important to verify the details mentioned in the PDF. Candidates must check their NEET MDS rank, marks scored (out of 960) and roll number. Also the cutoff of NEET MDS 2019 has been announced along with the result.

3. NEET MDS cutoff 

Aforementioned, NEET MDS cutoff 2019 scores has been released. The authority had announced the qualifying percentile to be secured to pass the exam, with the release of application form. The cutoff of NEET MDS 2019 and its equivalent scores is provided in the table below.

Category Qualifying percentile NEET MDS cutoff scores (out of 960)
General 50 percentile 250
SC/ST/OBC 40 percentile 215
General - PG 45 percentile 232
SC/ST/OBC - PH 40 percentile 215

What after NEET MDS result?

Candidates who have qualified in NEET MDS entrance exam, aspirants who secure the minimum cutoff  for 50% AIQ seats will be called for counselling which will be done by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). While the other remaining 50% state quota seats will be filled by respective state counselling committee.


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