CBSE conducted NEET 2017 on May 07, 2017 for admission to around 90,000 seats in all Government Medical Colleges, Private Medical Colleges and Deemed Universities in India. It is predicted that around 11 lac candidates registered for NEET 2017 which was scheduled in 10 languages in 103 cities.
NEET PG Result 2017- National Board of Examination (NBE) has declared NEET PG Result 2017 on January 13, 2017. The result is declared in the form of the score card. Candidates can check NEET PG Result by entering their Confirmation ID, Testing ID and Date of Birth.
NEET PG 2017 merit list is declared separately for 50% All India quota, 50% category quota and state quota/private medical colleges/deemed universities/AFMS rank. To be eligible for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma, candidates should obtain a minimum of 50 percentiles.
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Here are some important dates related to CBSE NEET Result 2017:
|NEET 2017||May 7, 2017|
|Release of NEET Answer Key 2017||June 2017|
|NEET Result 2017||June 23, 2017|
CBSE has announced NEET 2017 Result online after answer sheets are thoroughly evaluated. The result is released in the form of score card which contains the total scores and sectional scores of candidates.
CBSE NEET result can be checked by following the given below steps:
Visit the official website of NEET at cbseneet.nic.in.
Candidates can download CBSE NEET Score Card from the cbseneet.nic.in. The score card would be required at the time of counselling and reporting at the institute for confirming the admission. It holds the following information:
NEET 2017 score card will be released in the following format. Candidates can check the format of NEET score card provided below:
Candidates must regularly visit the official websites of CBSE, Medical Counselling Committee and the NEET Participating Institutes. Any update or change in the NEET process will be intimated only through the official websites. CBSE prepares NEET Merit List on the basis of directives of the Supreme Court of India, DGHS, MCI and DCI.
With the help of NEET Answer Key, candidates can calculate their expected scores and ranks. They can tally their answers with those given in answer key before the NEET Result is released. The marking scheme followed by CBSE in NEET 2017 is given below-
NEET Scores can be calculated by following the given formula-
NEET score = (Total number of correct answers x 4) – (Total number of incorrect answers x -1)
NEET Rank is the main factor while determining NEET Merit List. The marks secured by candidates out of 720 will determine their actual ranks in final merit list of NEET. The expected range of ranks and marks is provided in the following table-
|Ranks Range||Marks Range||Ranks Range||Marks Range|
NEET Percentile Score is the minimum score which should be obtained to qualify NEET 2017. It is calculated on the basis of candidate’s relative position in comparison to other rank holders. NEET All India Rank is calculated on the basis of absolute score obtained by them in NEET 2017. The following table represents the NEET qualifying percentile for counselling:
Qualifying Marks out of 720
Unreserved Category (UR)
Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribes (ST)/ Other Backward Classes (OBC)
Physically Handicapped (PH)
324 (UR), 288 (Reserved Category)
Candidates can calculate their NEET percentile score on the basis of rank secured by them. The exact formula for calculating NEET percentile is:
CBSE will publish NEET Merit List soon after the announcement of NEET Results. No category wise merit list is declared, there will be only a centralized merit list for all the NEET 2017 qualified candidates. States will prepare their own merit list based on AIR and category of the candidate. Based on AIR and the Reservation Policy provided by DGHS, merit list for All India quota will be prepared.
In case two or more candidates have secured the same marks in NEET 2017, tie breaker (inter-se-merit) of such candidates will be determined in order of preference as mentioned below-
NEET Merit Listis prepared for seats under 15% All India Quota. The number of candidates in the merit list would be equal to the number of seats available for allotment in MBBS/BDS courses under 15% All India Quota. There will be a waiting list equal to 4 times the number of seats available for 15% All India Quota.
The merit list for NEET will be announced on its official website. Candidates are advised to check the NEET official website as well as the websites for all participating institutes regularly.
For admission to seats under respective state quota, merit list will be drawn up on the basis of All India Rank. The merit list will be prepared and released by all the admitting authorities on the basis of All India rank. The counselling for admission to AFMC will be conducted by the Directorate General of Armed Forces Medical Service, Ministry of Defence, Government of India.
Here, we have prepared the expected NEET 2017 Cut Off based on the past year record of cutoff marks. The expected NEET cutoff is mentioned below:
NEET cut off under 15% All India Quota seats
NEET Cut Off under 15% All India Quota seats is depicted in the following table:
|Category||No. of Candidates||Marks Range|
|General||14315||685 - 468|
|ST||1427||466 - 303|
|UR & PH||430||466-214|
|OBC & PH||10||213-210|
|SC & PH||75||209-130|
|ST & PH||23||213 - 118|
Category-wise NEET Overall Cut Off:
|Category||Qualifying Criteria||Marks Range||No. of Candidates|
|General||50 Percentile||685 – 145||171329|
|OBC||40 Percentile||678 – 118||175226|
|SC||40 Percentile||595 – 118||47183|
|ST||40 Percentile||599 – 118||15710|
|UR & PH||45 Percentile||474 – 131||437|
|OBC & PH||40 Percentile||510 – 118||597|
|SC & PH||40 Percentile||415 – 118||143|
|ST & PH||40 Percentile||339 – 118||36|
As per the trends of previous years, NEET Cut Off of top 10 medical colleges is depicted in the table given below. The cut offs mentioned in the following table represents the cut off for general category-
|Name of College||2016 Closing Cut Off Rank||2015 Closing Cut Off Rank|
|Government Medical College, Chandigarh||162||158|
|Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai||408||565|
|King George's Medical University, Lucknow||506||386|
|Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi||263||117|
|Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi||44||28|
|Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak||1035||674|
|Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai||408||216|
|Stanley Medical College, Chennai||2264||2039|
|University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi||128||97|
|VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi||106||56|
Many of the candidates must be eager to know what is the next step after NEET Results are out. Given below are some points after the steps to be taken after the declaration of NEET Results-
NEET Counselling is expected to start after June 10, 2017. Candidates who have qualified in NEET 2017 and whose names have appeared in the final merit list will be called for reporting at the institute for confirming their admissions.
Online counselling for NEET 2017 seats that fall under 15% All India Quota is conducted by the MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) of Directorate General of Health Services. Information on NEET Counselling would only be available at mcc.nic.in.
For seats, other than 15% All India Quota, the process is slightly different. Candidates willing to apply for admission in State Medical Colleges/Universities/Institutions through NEET merit list should follow the instructions of the State Government and authorities of the medical/dental colleges /Institution/University concerned for the counselling process.