NEET EXAM 2019: Everything You Want to Know

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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, formerly the All India Pre-Medical Test is an entrance examination in India for students who wish to study undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses and dental courses in government or private medical colleges and dental colleges in India for 2019, was conducted on May 5 and May 20 across India in which 14,10,754 headcounts were recorded whereas a total of 15.19 lakh candidates had applied.

NEET EXAM 2019: Result

NEET results 2019 has been declared on June 5 via online mode at ntaneet.nic.in and JEE Main server. The pass percent of this year has been more than 50 percent which is 56.49 and a total of 7, 97, 042 students have qualified whereas stats show that 12,69,922 students had registered themselves for the examination out of which 7,14,562 actually took the examination in 2018.

The cutoffs released by NTA for candidates belonging to Unreserved (UR) category is at least 50 percentile (360 marks out of 720) and those belonging to reserved category is at least 40th percentile (288 marks out of 720) to be considered for AIQ and state counselling process. The scores of the students who wish to study medical abroad will remain valid upto 3 years for taking admission abroad.

All the qualifying students can opt for the following courses :-

  • MBBS(medical) and BDS (dental) in government and private colleges, central universities, deemed institutes/universities across India except AIIMS and JIPMER which are out of NEET ambit.

  • AYUSH Courses across India including Ayurveda (BAMS), Yoga and Naturopathy (BNYS), Unani (BUMS), Siddha (BSMS) and Homeopathy (BHMS).

  • B.VSc. and AH courses across India including Veterinary colleges offering B.VSc. and AH courses (excluding Jammu & Kashmir).

The counseling process is most likely to get started by second week of June.  Candidates will have to participate in the counselling process followed by the admission in the respective allotted colleges.

In a nutshell, from the qualifying figures of the NEET exam results, it can be concluded that time has  shaped medicine and medical education in India in such a way that it cannot be uprooted now as a huge number of Indian students have this foresight to study medical and became doctors.

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