NEET UG 2017 – Details About Exam, Result, Counseling & Tentative Cut off Category wise

About Results: The CBSE board shall publish the result in the 8th June 2017. Students can check the NEET Result 2017 through the official website of the authority. Students are suggested to take the printout of the result and keep it safe till the admission procedure. A merit list will be prepared for admission on the basis of marks obtained by the students in the entrance examination. For SC/ST candidates, no separate result will be declared.

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The minimum NEET cut-off marks to qualify the NEET exam is 50% (For General category) & 40% (For reserved Category). Candidates can check the NEET answer key before the result declaration. The answer key helps the candidates to estimate the minimum score secured in the entrance exam. The answer key will be released in the second week of May 2017.

About Cut Off: The cut-off mark is the minimum marks that candidates have to secure in the qualifying examination. NEET Cut-off marks will be based on different factors such as the number of candidates appeared in the entrance exam, availability of seats & the difficulty level of examination. On the basis of cut-off marks, the merit list will be drawn and NEET Counselling will be done. The minimum qualifying marks is 50% in the case of general category, 45% marks in case of GEN – PH, 40% marks in case of reserved category. In this table, we are providing category wise passing marks:

Category Qualifying Marks out of 720
UR 360
OBC/SC/ST 288
UR – PH 324
OBC/SC/ST – PH 288

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NEET 2016 Cut-Off Score, for 2017 it is expected to be higher than last year (as number of candidates has increased and few state focused exam are not in picture.) Here, we have mentioned the previous year cut-off score of NEET exam:

Category Marks Range
UR 695-453
OBC 453-450
SC 453-324
ST 451-288
UR – PH 449-324
OBC – PH 322-312
SC – PH 315-302
ST – PH NA

About Counseling Process: The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) will organize the counseling for 15% All India Quota through online mode. Admissions to students will be given as per the ranks scored by them in the entrance examination. NEET Counselling 2017 for state quota, central institutions and universities or many others will be organized by their respective counselling authorities. In counselling process, students will be required to choose the colleges as per their choices. Seats will be allotted to students as per choices filled by them and availability of seats.

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The NEET counselling 2017 will be started from the third week of June 2017. Only NEET qualified candidates can appear in the counselling process. Candidates have to register themselves in the counselling process to confirm their seats in MBBS/BDS course & colleges.

Counseling Procedure: The counselling procedure will be organized in three rounds. The procedure of NEET online counselling is mentioned below:

Online Registration: To participate in NEET counselling, the candidate has to register themselves by filling their basic details. Without registration, candidates will not able to participate in the counselling procedure. After registration, candidates will get a unique USER ID & PASSWORD in registered email Id & mobile number. Candidates have to register with the given user id & password for further procedure.

Choice Filling & Locking: Now, candidates have to select the medical/dental colleges & courses as per their preference. After final selection, candidates have to click on “Save” button & lock their choices. It is necessary to lock the choices.

Result Declaration: Candidates will receive a SMS or email related to the allotted course & colleges after a few days of the counselling process. The seats will be allotted to the candidates on the basis of rank & opted choice of colleges.

Reporting to the Allotted College: After result announcement, candidates have to report in the allotted college and confirm their seat by paying the course fee. In case, the candidate failed to report in the allotted college at the given time frame the seats will be given to the next candidate.

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What Next:

  • Be more focused on studies, Prepare hard for NEET (1st Choice).
  • If you do not get admission through NEET, Apply for MBBS Abroad (2nd and Last Choice)

If you do not qualify NEET or qualify but could not secure admission, in that case you can apply for MBBS Abroad. Many people says, let’s drop for a year and try again, but you must remember, competition and fees will increase next year and no coaching institute can guarantee for admission in next year. Most of the students/medical aspirants have seen old students preparing at their own coaching institute/city/street for last 2-3-4-5-6 years, but still could not secure admission, everyone must understand the competition.

It makes no sense to spend 1.5 to 2 lakh rupees on coaching and living for dropping a year, specially if you have already prepared for 1-2-3 years. Also remember, do not take any extreme step of committing/attempting suicide, because life doesn’t end if you could not become doctor, more than 99% people are not doctor and still living happily and not getting admission through NEET, does not mean you can not become doctor.  Apply for MBBS Abroad, search and select right country and University/College keeping your academics, passing year and financial resources in mind. Because MCI Screening Test/FMGE/Exit Exam/ NEXT will be for all Medical Graduates (Indian or Foreign), then why to waste a year for more details explore on google [Type exit exam/NEXT for MBBS].

Be aware of frauds, Do not look for illegal, unethical practices or back door entry options. Do not think about Donation Based Admission, Management Quota Admission, Back Door Entry for MBBS, Because such options are not secure, confirmed and reliable. Most of the students and parents have lost their hard earned money and many of them who got admission are facing problems now, such examples are mentioned below.

Example 2 – “519 students were issued discharge notices by MCI, and asked to vacate their college seats as they had been ‘directly’ admitted without counseling, Click here to know more”

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