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NEET 2022 Results Declared!

NTA announced the NEET 2022 Result on September 7, 2022. The candidates can view and download the NEET 2022 Result from the official website- neet.nta.nic.in.

●       Click on the NTA NEET Result 2022 link on the home page and enter the login details.

●       You will be required to submit the application number, roll number, and date of birth.

●       Click on submit.

●       Your result will be displayed on the screen.

●       Check the result and download it.

●       Keep a hard copy of the same for future use. 

Along with the category-wise NEET cut-off scores, the authorities will also provide the names of state toppers. Candidates who qualify in NEET UG 2022 will be eligible for All India Quota (AIQ) and other quotas under the State Governments/Institutes, regardless of the examination medium, subject to fulfilment of other eligibility criteria.

As per the official notice, the NEET UG 2022 Counselling will begin later in the month of September 2022.

NEET 2022 Expected Cut-off

NEET cut-off scores are the minimum marks required to clear the exam. The following factors determine the NEET 2022 cut-off:

●       Difficulty level of the NEET 2022 question paper

●       Total number of total available seats

●       Total number of candidates appearing for the NEET 2022 exam

The NEET qualifying cut-off and percentile are expected to be the same as the previous years. As per the latest trends, the NEET 2022 expected cut-off is as follows:

Category

Qualifying Criteria

NEET(UG) 2022 Marks Range

UR/EWS

50th Percentile

715-117

OBC

40th Percentile

116-93

SC

40th Percentile

116-93

ST

40th Percentile

116-93

UR / EWS & PH

45th Percentile

116-105

OBC & PH

40th Percentile

104-93

SC & PH

40th Percentile

104-93

ST & PH

40th Percentile

104-93

NEET 2022 Tie Breaker Rule

If two candidates score the same marks in NEET UG 2022, the merit will be determined following the rule given below:

a. Candidate scoring higher marks in Biology (Botany and Zoology) in the exam, followed by

b. Candidate scoring higher marks in Chemistry in the exam, followed by,

c. Candidate scoring higher marks in Physics in the exam, followed by,

d. Candidate with a lesser number of attempted incorrect answers in all the subjects in the test, followed by,

e. Candidate with a lesser proportion of the number of attempted incorrect answers in Biology (Botany and Zoology), followed by,

f. Candidate with a lesser proportion of the number of attempted incorrect answers in Chemistry, followed by,

g. Candidate with a lesser proportion of the number of attempted incorrect answers in Physics, followed by,

h. Candidate older in age, followed by

i. Application number in ascending order.

NEET UG 2022 Final Answer Key

The final answer key for the NEET 2022 UG exam was released last month on the official website neet.nta.ac.in. Candidates can visit the website to download the final answer key that is shown on the homepage under the public notice section. After clicking on the “Final Answer Keys of NEET (UG) 2022” link, students can download the PDF of the final answer key. However, aspirants can download the final answer key from here: NEET UG 2022 Final Answer Key.

NEET Cut-Off Past Years Trend

Aspirants can check the table below for the previous year's cut-off. Candidates should make a note that the NEET cut-off increases every year for each category due to the increase in competition.

Category

2021 Cut off Score

2020 Cut off Score

2019 Cut off Score

2018 Cut off Score

2017 Cut off Score

UR

720-138

720-147

701 – 134

691 – 119

697 – 131

OBC/ SC/ ST

137-108

146-113

133 – 107

118 – 96

130 – 107

UR-PH

137-122

146-129

133 – 107

118 – 96

130 – 118

OBC/SC/ST/-PH

121-108

128-113

133-107

118 – 96

130 – 107

Candidates can check the qualifying criteria for NEET 2021 from the table below:

Category

Qualifying Criteria

NEET 2021 Marks Range

Number of Candidates

UR/ EWS

50th percentile

720-138

770857

OBC

40th percentile

137-108

66978

SC

40th percentile

137-108

22384

ST

40th percentile

137-108

9312

UR/ EWS & PwD

45th percentile

137-122

313

OBC & PwD

40th percentile

121-108

157

SC & PwD

40th percentile

121-108

59

ST & PwD

40th percentile

121-108

14

 

No. of AIIMS and JIPMER Seats

The undergraduate courses offered by AIIMS are as follows:

●       MBBS

●       BSc Nursing (Hons)

●       BSc Nursing (Post basic)

●       BSc (Hons) in Medical Technology and Radiography 

●       Bachelor of Optometry

According to the previous year's records, the seats for AIIMS MBBS are as follows:

College

No. of Seats

AIIMS Bathinda

150

AIIMS Bhopal

125

AIIMS Bhubaneswar

125

AIIMS Delhi

125

AIIMS Deoghar

100

AIIMS Gorakhpur

125

AIIMS Jodhpur

125

AIIMS Kalyani

125

AIIMS Mangalagiri (Guntur)

125

AIIMS Nagpur

125

AIIMS Patna

125

AIIMS Rae Bareli

100

AIIMS Raipur

125

AIIMS Rishikesh

125

AIIMS Bibinagar

100

The NEET UG 2021 cut-off marks round 1 for AIIMS and JIPMER are as follows:

College Name

Open

EWS

OBC

SC

ST

 

AIR

Marks

AIR

Marks

AIR

Marks

AIR

Marks

AIR

Marks

AIIMS, New Delhi

53

706

254

695

250

695

875

680

4820

645

AIIMS‐Bhopal

572

687

1286

675

1235

675

6706

636

19741

598

AIIMS, Bhubaneswar

538

687

1419

672

1254

675

7136

635

27803

581

AIIMS, Rishikesh

933

680

1556

671

1608

670

11440

620

27207

582

AIIMS, Jodhpur

633

685

1191

677

1234

675

7840

632

15879

607

AIIMS, Patna

1519

671

2272

663

2208

664

19101

600

38351

562

AIIMS, Raipur

1134

677

1985

666

2018

665

14861

610

35474

567

AIIMS Bathinda

2016

665

2783

659

2863

658

23105

591

43789

554

AIIMS, Nagpur

1628

670

2743

660

2723

660

19492

599

42764

556

AIIMS, Gorakhpur

3077

656

4387

648

3906

651

33320

571

54028

539

AIIMS Mangalagiri

2999

657

4440

647

4389

648

27923

581

45782

551

AIIMS, Kalyani

3420

654

5133

645

4662

646

30121

577

58265

533

AIIMS Rajkot

3149

656

4385

648

4164

650

31948

574

49747

545

AIIMS Guwahati

4660

646

6083

639

5760

641

39563

561

56948

535

AIIMS Bilaspur, HP

3773

651

4525

647

4767

645

31476

575

54660

538

AIIMS, Deogarh

4841

645

5768

641

5581

641

41469

558

65960

523

AIIMS, Madurai

4759

646

7216

634

6027

640

43707

554

64970

524

JIPMER Puducherry

214

697

1061

677

611

686

6387

638

12566

616

AIIMS Jammu

4999

645

5940

640

6066

639

41780

557

63705

526

JIPMER Karaikal

2194

665

4795

645

3010

657

27062

583

38198

563

Govt. and Non-Govt./Deemed  Medical Colleges

India has upto 542 medical colleges for MBBS that offer a total of 80055 seats. The following table enumerates the total MBBS seats in India in various types of colleges:

College Type

Total Number of Colleges

Total Number of Seats

Government colleges

272

41,388 (Government seats in NEET)

Private colleges (including Deemed Universities)

260

35,540

Total seats through NEET (NEET government seats)

532

76,928

AIIMS (Delhi)

15

1205

JIPMER (Puducherry)

2

200

Eligibility Reservation Criteria

According to NEET 2022 reservation criteria, 27% reservation is for Other Backward Class (OBC) and 10% reservation to Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) under the All India Quota (AIQ) scheme. Of the total seats available in all government MBBS/BDS colleges, 15% are reserved for All India Quota (AIQ) seats. These seats under the 15% AIQ scheme are to be allotted via NEET-UG reservation criteria.

Furthermore, 85% of state quota seats are also reserved. The guidelines for NEET reservation criteria 2022 for the seats under the state quota are set by the state counselling authorities based on the prevailing reservation policies. It is important to note that all the states have their own reservation policies.

The concerned state counselling authorities control the procedure of admissions to various government and dental colleges of the particular state.

Courses Offered Through NEET-UG

Following courses are offered through NEET UG in India:

●       MBBS – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

●       B.D.S. – Bachelor of Dental Surgery

●       BAMS – Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery

●       BVC- Bachelor of Veterinary Science

●       BHMS – Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery

●       BUMS – Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery

●       B.P.T. – Bachelor of Physiotherapy

●       BYNS – Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yoga systems

The most known paramedical courses under NEET UG are as follows:

●       Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

●       B.Sc. in Dialysis Therapy

●       B.Sc. Nursing

●       B.Sc. Medical Lab Technology

●       B.Sc. in X-Ray Technology

●       Optometry (B.Sc)

●       B.Sc. in Nuclear Medicine Technology

●       B.Sc. in Operation Theatre Technology

●       Bachelor of Radiation Technology

●       B.Sc in Medical Record Technology

●       B.Sc. in Medical Imaging Technology

●       B.v SC

●       B.Sc. in Anaesthesia Technology

●       B.Sc(nursing)- AIIMS and JIPMER

●       B.Sc (horticulture)

●       Bachelor of Physiotherapy

NEET 2022 Counselling Procedure

The NEET counselling is done online. Those candidates who want to get admission in a reputed college for MBBS/BDS courses can apply for the counselling by following the steps below:

Step 1: Candidates must register on www.mcc.nic.in by clicking on the “register now” option. Once registered using the roll number, mother’s name, contact number, etc., log in to the portal using the credentials generated.

Step 2: Pay the counselling fees through credit/debit card or net banking after completing the registration. Given below are the counselling fees details:

Category

15% AIQ/ Central Universities

Deemed Universities

15% AIQ/ Central Universities

Deemed Universities

Non-refundable Registration Fee in INR

Refundable Tuition Fee in INR

General (UR)

1,000

5,000

10,000

2,00,000

SC/ST/OBC/ PwD

500

5,000

5,000

2,00,000

Step 3: Candidates must fill in their preferences for courses and colleges by logging on to the portal. They can add/delete a choice from the list and set them on a priority basis. In the last step, aspirants need to lock their choices, which cannot be edited further.

Step 4: After the students have locked the seats, the MCC releases a seat allocation list. This list is prepared based on the AIR and the students' choices. A seat allotment letter is also released to the students for those selected for counselling.

Candidates should not forget to carry the important documents, both original and xeroxed, along with them when they visit the allocated college for counselling. Here is the list of important documents that the candidates must carry:

●       NEET Admit Card 2022

●       NEET 2022 Rank/ Result Card or Rank Letter 2022

●       High School (HSC or Class 10) Mark sheet and certificate

●       Senior Secondary School (SSC or Class 12) Mark sheet and certificate

●       Certificate of birth

●       Proof of Identity (NOTE: It should be valid, non-expired and government authority issued photo identity proof)

●       Category or Caste Certificate (if applicable)

●       Around six to eight passport-sized photographs (NOTE: Try to keep it the same as the one you will submit with the NEET 2022 application form)

●       Provisional Allotment Letter

NEET 2022 Important Dates

Given below are the NEET 2022 important dates that the candidates can look forward to:

Event

Corresponding Date

NEET 2022 Form – Application form: Date of release

6th April 2022

Last date to fill NEET application form 2022 (Previously)

6th May, 15th May 2022

NEET form date 2022 – Last Date Of Online NEET Application form Submission (Final)

20th May 2022

Application form fee – Last date to submit fee online (Final)

20th May 2022

Correction Window Portal Opens

24th May 2022

NEET 2022 application form – last date of the correction facility

27th May 2022, 15th June 2022

Admit Card Release date

12th July 2022

NEET 2022 Exam date

17th July 2022

NEET 2022 Announcement of Results

7th September 2022

FAQs

Q1. Does the 12th board performance have any weightage in NEET-UG?

No, the 11th and 12th marks are not considered for qualifying NEET exam. The selection is purely on the NEET exam performance. Marks of both classes do not carry any weightage in the NEET exam. However, 12th marks are important for eligibility for the NEET-UG exam. General category candidates require at least 50% aggregate in PCB.

Q2. Where can I download the NEET-UG scorecard 2022?

The NEET-UG scorecard can be downloaded from the official website of NTA: neet.nta.ac.in. Candidates should have their roll numbers and date of birth to log in to the portal. Once successfully logged in, they can check their NEET results and download the scorecard for the same.

Q3. I cannot check my NEET 2022 result. What to do?

Log in to the official NTA NEET website. If you are unable to log in to the portal, then check your internet connection. Moreover, there’s a possibility that the website is heavily loaded, resulting in a slow response. You can check the results after some time by entering your application number and date of birth. 

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