While the organizing authorities release the NEET - UG - 2020 results, the National Testing Agency will also release a cutoff list for NEET 2020. As per the recent updates, the NEET 2020 examination is expected to happen on the 13th day of September 2020. The results for the same are most likely to be released in the last week of September. However, the date of announcement of the result is still tentative. The cut off list for NEET includes the specification of minimum marks requirement to qualify in the entrance test. Candidates who will score more than NEET Assam Cut off will have an opportunity to acquire admission in any of the medical and dental colleges located in Assam. With the help of NEET cut off 2019 Assam, students were able to explore whether they were qualified to take up admission into MBBS and BDS courses or not. NEET cut off 2019 Assam has given a clear picture of variation in cutoff score for different categories.
The Directorate of Medical Education of Assam (DME) in the authorized body to release the NEET Cutoff 2020 Assam. The cut off list will include the last rank and the equivalent scores of the candidates in NEET 2020. This cutoff list will be considered as an official document for the admission to 900 seats of MBBS and 40 seats of BDS in the Medical and Dental Colleges of Assam. The DME, Assam will include only those candidates who have qualified the NEET in the state merit rank list. This list, released by DME, Assam will include the name, rank, and scores of the applicants along with few other important details. Students will be called for the completion of counseling process based on their MBBS merit rank announced by the DME Assam. Candidates are expected to qualify in the two rounds of counseling. This page gives a detailed review of the NEET Cutoff 2020 Assam.
The detailed data of Assam NEET cutoff 2019 should be analyzed by the candidates in order to get a better understanding of the cutoff scores. This cutoff mentions the last rank and the corresponding scores of the candidates based on which they can get a seat in any of the medical or dental courses. The ranks may also vary at times, based on the preferred colleges during the counseling sessions. A rough analysis of Assam NEET cutoff 2018 and 2019 will give the fresh candidates a clear portrait of the cutoffs.
Research surveys have shown that there are a number of factors that influence the NEET cut off every year. The list of factors that are expected to play a major role in the NEET 2020 Assam cutoff is as mentioned below.
The total number of candidates who will appear for the NEET exam.
Different levels of difficulty in the questions appearing for NEET 2020.
The total number of seats available for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) in the colleges of Assam.
Maximum marks scored by the candidates competing in the NEET 2020 exam.
The cutoff for MBBS admission in Assam is considered under any one of the following two quotas.
1. 15% All India Quota Seats
The candidates who have chosen to get admission under the 15% All India Quota should wait for the cutoff published by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of MCC. To check the category wise cut off student should refer to the official website only. The list for cutoff will be released on the basis of the rank secured by the last candidate who qualifies for the second round of admission.
2. 85% State Quota Seats
The state cutoff for Assam will be released by the DME of Assam on an online platform. There are separate cutoff ranks for various categories including the unreserved (general), reserved (SC / ST / OBC) and PwD candidates too.
1. What is NEET?
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for undergraduate programs (NEET-UG) which was earlier popular as the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) is the sole entrance examination for the medical aspirants in India who are anticipating to pursue their Bachelor degrees in any of the courses offered by Indian Medical and Dental Colleges. The exam remains valid for all the government and private medical and dental colleges. The Ministry of Human Resource and Development has recently declared that the NEET will be the only medical entrance test valid in India.
2. Why is it Important to Have a Look at the Previous Year’s NEET Cutoff?
It is recommended for all the candidates who take part in the NEET to refer to the previous year’s cutoff structure for 15% All India Quota and 85% State Quota so that they will have a clear understanding of how the NEET Cutoff 2020 Assam is decided. It will also give you an overview of the entire counseling process and the seat section procedure followed by the medical and dental colleges in Assam for undergraduate admissions.