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NEET 2017 Merit List

NEET 2017 Merit List is published by CBSE after the declaration of the result. The merit list will be prepared on the basis of score obtained by candidates in NEET 2017. It includes the names of candidates who score marks equivalent to the qualifying marks in NEET 2017. Check Your NEET UG Result

NEET Merit List is prepared only for those candidates who have opted for the 15% All India Quota Seats in the application form. The Merit List forms the basis of the selection of the candidates for these seats. For candidates who opt for seats other than 15% All India Quota, NEET 2017 Counselling would be conducted on the basis of All India Ranks released by CBSE.

NEET Merit List, as announced by CBSE is not prepared separately for different categories. CBSE will publish two NEET Merit List for the seat allocation process as declared by Supreme Court as there will be two rounds of NEET Counselling. It will also maintain a separate waiting list which will include four times the number of candidates mentioned in NEET Merit List.

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Eligibility for NEET 2017 Merit List

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) is responsible for conducting NEET 2017 examination, evaluating the answer sheets and putting together a list of all the qualified candidates. After the result declaration is done, CBSE will release an All India Merit List, containing the name of candidates who have successfully qualified the NEET 2017 exam, in order of their All India Rank.

The eligibility criteria for the NEET 2017 Merit List will be specified by Medical Council of India and Dental Council of India. The norms for a candidate being eligible for the NEET 2017 merit list are provided below –

  • The candidates belonging to General Category must score a minimum of 50th percentile marks in NEET 2017. However, the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) and Other Backward Classes (OBC) must score a minimum of 40th percentile marks in NEET 2017.
  • The candidates with locomotor disability of lower limbs are required to score a minimum of 45th percentile marks in NEET 2017. The percentile is determined on the basis of the highest marks scored in NEET 2017.
  • In case, sufficient number of candidates in respective categories fail to secure minimum marks as prescribed in NEET 2017, the minimum marks required for admission may be lowered at the discretion of appropriate authorities. Marks so lowered would be applicable only for the specified academic year.
  • The candidates must have passed in the subjects -Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks together in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Bio-technology at the Qualifying Examination.
  • For candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) and Other Backward Classes (OBC), the minimum marks required in Qualifying examination is relaxed to 40%.
  • For candidates with locomotor disability of lower limbs, a minimum of 45% marks for Gen-PH and 40% marks for SC-PH/STPH /OBC-PH in Qualifying Examination is required.
  • In case the result of the Qualifying Examination has not been declared at the time of taking of NEET 2017, the candidate is allowed to appear for the entrance test. However, he/she must have scored the minimum marks specified in the Qualifying Marks criteria by the time of NEET 2017 Counselling. Otherwise, they will be denied admission even if they qualify NEET 2017.

Tie Breaker for NEET 2017

In case two or more candidates secure equal marks in the entrance test, CBSE will implement certain rules for the purpose of assigning ranks in the NEET 2017 Merit List. The rules for deciding inter-se-merit of candidates with equal marks in NEET 2017, in order of their applicability, is mentioned below –

  • Candidates with higher marks in Biology (Botany/Zoology) in the NEET 2017
  • Candidates obtaining higher marks in Chemistry in the NEET 2017
  • Those with less number of wrong answers attempted in all the subjects in the NEET 2017
  • Applicants who are older in age to be preferred

Merit List for NEET 2017 Seats that are under 15% All India Quota

After the All India Merit List is published and displayed on the official website, the next step in the NEET 2017 admission process of MBBS and BDS courses is counselling. As soon as the NEET 2017 merit list is published, the successful candidates are required to participate in NEET 2017 counselling process of various institutes.

CBSE will prepare the NEET 2017 merit list of the eligible candidates who have opted for seats under 15% All India Quota on the basis of scores obtained in NEET 2017. The NEET 2017 merit list will contain names of as many candidates as seats available under the 15% All India Quota



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please explain how neat percentile is calculated with example whether cbse considering the marks or rank for calculating the percentile

17 May, 2017 00:20
Vaishali Expert

Hi Vinith, NEET marks will be calculated on the basis of correct and wrong attempt questions. Please find the link and check How to calculate NEET Percentile

17 May, 2017 12:53
vinay bc

what should be least rank to get seat in our hometown?

14 Apr, 2017 10:19

Hi Vinay, i am providing you the cutoff list of NEET. Through that, you may get the idea in which colleges you may apply for the admission. Please find the link for same

14 Apr, 2017 12:51

is it enough to prepare NCERT books to get seat in NEET

06 Mar, 2017 11:59
A ganesan

sir, what will be the procedure for getting MBBS seat , who are not falling that 15% quota

06 Mar, 2017 11:59

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