Government MBBS Seats Through NEET 2020

Government MBBS Seats in India

In the present time, the demand for the healthcare profession has moved up the ranks.

As a NEET aspirant, if you are looking for a platform that can provide you with all the information related to the total government MBBS seats in India through NEET 2020, then you are at the right place.

Now, let’s look at the jump in the number of aspirants appearing in the NEET 2020 exam:

Year: 2019

Year: 2020

14,10, 755 students appeared in the NEET exam, and only 7,97,042 could clear the exam (conducted on 5 May 2020), while the total number of MBBS government seats through NEET was 75,000.

This year, 16.84 lakhs students have registered for the NEET exam for admission to 82,926 MBBS colleges in India. 


Latest Updates in the NEET 2020 Exam

  • There is good news for aspirants that there is a 10% increase in the seats in 2020. This increase will help students to take admissions in 532 medical and 313 dental colleges in India.

  • As per the MoFHW, for the academic session 2020-21, AIIMS and JIPMER will be granting NEET scores.

In India, 542 medical colleges are teaching MBBS, with a total of 80055 seats. 

The Table Below Lists the Total MBBS Seats in India

S.No.

College Type

Total Number of Colleges

Total Number of Seats

1.

Government colleges

272

41,388 (Government seats in NEET)

2.

Private colleges (including Deemed Universities)

260

35,540

3.

Total seats through NEET (NEET government seats)

532

76,928

4. 

AIIMS (Delhi)

15

1205

5.

JIPMER (Puducherry)

2

200


Grand Total

549

78,333

As per the Medical Council of India’s official data, 272 government MBBS colleges will offer a total of 41,388 medical seats to the candidates through NEET 2020, while 76,928 seats will be allotted through NEET in 532 government and private colleges.

  • Note: The above information is the data for the total Undergraduate medical seats offered in India based on NEET scores.

  • These above figures for the total government MBBS seats in India through NEET 2020 has been gathered from the data offered by MCI (Medical  Council of India), and MoHFW (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare).


Government Seats in NEET

Dear aspirants, please go through the state-wise list of the total government MBBS seats in India accepting NEET with their rank.

The data below lists the total government MBBS seats in India through NEET 2020:

State/Union Territory

Total Colleges

Total Seats ( Annual Seat Intake)

Andaman and Nicobar

1

100

Andhra Pradesh

13

2410

Arunachal Pradesh

1

50

Assam

6

900

Bihar

10

1240

Chandigarh

1

150

Chhattisgarh

7

770

Dadar and Nagar Haveli

1

150

Delhi

7

1065

Goa

1

180

Gujarat

17

3,650

Haryana

5

710

Himachal Pradesh

6

720

J and K

7

885

Jharkhand

6

580

Karnataka

19

2,990

Kerala

10

1,455

Madhya Pradesh

14

1,970

Maharashtra

25

4,330

Manipur

2

225

Meghalaya

1

50

Mizoram

1

100

Orissa

8

1,250

Puducherry

2

380

Punjab

3

600

Rajasthan

15

2,700

Tamil Nadu

26

3,600

Telangana

10

1,740

Tripura

1

125

Uttar Pradesh

4

2,878

Uttarakhand

4

525

West Bengal

18

3,000

Grand Total

272

41,388

* This year the following states have 0 vacant seats for the candidates appearing in the NEET 2020 for the MBBS program:

  1. Daman and Diu

  2. Lakshadweep

  3. Nagaland

  4. Sikkim


NEET Government College

The Table Below Lists some NEET Government Colleges

NEET government college

Rank

Seat Intake

Armed Forces Medical College, Pune

9

140

Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi

2

250

Grant Medical College, Mumbai

28

200

Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore

11

250

Institute of Medical Sciences Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

6

84

BJ Government Medical College, Pune

45

200

Patna Medical College, Patna

42

100

Madras Medical College, Chennai

15

165

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow (UP)

29

200

Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad

13

200

Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi (DLI)

17

100

Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research, Kolkata (WB)

49

200

Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi

41

150

Lady Hardinge Medical College for Women, New Delhi

8

130

University College of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi, Delhi (DLI)

3

660

Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Sion, Mumbai

12

100

Medical College, Kolkata

20

250

Stanley Medical College, Chennai

27

150

So, students pull your socks up. Practice with patience and persistence. 


NEET UG 2020 Expected Cutoff Percentile for MBBS 

Category

Cut 0ff Percentile

General

50%

General (PH)

45%

ST/SC/OBC

40%

ST/SC/OBC (PH)

40%

Update: This year, there is an increase of 15 marks in NEET cut off for each category.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the NEET 2020 cut off state quota for UP?

Ans: DMET (Directorate of Medical Entrance and Training), Lucknow will release the NEET 2020 UP cut for each category online.

There will be around 1,673 seats available under 85% state quota.

This 85% state quota (seats) will be given through state counseling, which a majority of students apply as per their state of eligibility.

2. How can I get an MBBS government seat in Karnataka?

Ans: Aspirants need to fill their choices according to their preferences of colleges as per their category and rank. Karnataka state counseling provides 85% quota seats, which include 6577 MBBS seats. 

It offers 364 medical seats in 18 medical colleges and 16 seats in 2 dental colleges that accept the NEET score.

3. Can we apply for both state and all India Quota?

Ans: Yes!

The All India centralized counseling conforms the states involved in NEET fulfill the 85% medical quota seats, and 15%.

4. Can we crack the NEET in 1 Month?

Ans: Let’s discuss the strategies for cracking the NEET in 30 days:

  1. Practice, patience, and perseverance are the three diamond steps in achieving your aim. 

  2. Devote 10-12 hours a day with time management.

  3. Give yourself a break after two hours of study. Then start the next subject. 

Apply these strategies, and the day isn’t far when your name will be in the cut off list.