Everything to know about Kerala NEET Rank List 2019

Kerala NEET Rank List 2019 - In a Nutshell

The wait for NEET results is no less intimidating than sitting for the examination itself. Any aspiring medical student should know that there is a silver lining to this anxiety. The rising nervousness in students after the announcement of NEET 2020 important dates, is well met with the discussions about the prospect that follows considering that your name is enlisted. Here is a state-wise approach to ensure a thorough understanding of what the NEET rank list signifies. The Kerala NEET rank list 2019 promises to come handy by providing students with a benchmark of the effort required to crack the test. There are multiple aspects to this list that has been discussed henceforth.

Aspects of the Kerala NEET rank list 2019

I. Qualifying Marks for Kerala NEET Merit List 2019 

Kerala NEET rank list 2019 saw the highest required cut-off marks since its inception. The following chart should help you set a goal regarding your NEET preparations.


II. What is the Kerala NEET Merit List 2019 Tie Breaker Method? 

The CEE will conduct an inter-se merit method to resolve cases where students ended up with identical marks in Kerala NEET rank list 2019. So if you find yourself in such a predicament, here is how it will get decided. The following order is listed down chronologically, as per the priority list -
  • Biology score - The candidate with a higher score in Kerala NEET merit list 2019 will be awarded the higher rank. 

  • Chemistry Score - In case both candidates have attained similar marks in Biology, their marks in Chemistry decides who gets a better rank. 

  • The number of errors - If there is a tie in both Biology and Chemistry scores, a third factor is used to break the tie. The candidate with the least number of incorrect answers is awarded a higher rank.


III. Counselling Procedure for NEET Kerala Rank List 2019

You surely have shortlisted a few colleges you want to attend while preparing for NEET. Well, the moment has finally arrived to see if you have the list. Follow the given step to sign up for counselling after the publication of Kerala MBBS merit list 2019.


Step 1: Visit the official website and complete your registration.

Step 2: Pay the required fees.

Step 3: Choose your preferred colleges from the given lists.

Step 4: Seats will be allotted after you have made your selections.
 


However, before you mark your preferences, take a look at the list of some of the best government medical colleges you need a high NEET rank to get MBBS in Kerala

  • Amrita School of Medicine, Kochi

  • Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram

  • TD Medical College, Alappuzha

  • Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam

  • Travancore Medical College, Kollam

  • University of Calicut, Malappuram

  • Karuna Medical College, Chittur

  • Azeezia Medical College, Meeyannoor

  • Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur

  • MES Academy of Medical Sciences, Malaparamba


Frequently Asked Questions on NEET 2019 Kerala Rank List

FAQ 1: How many Government medical Colleges are there in Kerala as per NEET Kerala rank list 2019?

While there are a total of 235 Government Medical Colleges in India offering a total of 31,727 MBBS seats, Kerala has 14 of these medical colleges.

FAQ 2: How many times can someone appear for NEET?

There is no limit to the number of times one can appear for NEET as long as he/she fulfils all of the eligibility criteria.  

FAQ 3: Can someone apply for NEET if their name did not appear in Kerala MBBS merit list 2018?

Yes, students can appear for the examination. However, when filing up the form, they should use code 02 to state they have already appeared for the NEET in previous years.

FAQ 4: Can a student who has completed his 3-graduation course apply for NEET?

Students can apply for NEET under the Code-5 qualification code, even if their name did not appear in the Kerala merit list NEET UG 2019.

However, the student must have passed with Biology/Biotechnology, Physics and Chemistry as their core subjects and English as a compulsory subject.

FAQ 5: What are the various courses that come under NEET Kerala rank list?

The courses that are offered under NEET are as follows:

  • MBBS- Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

  • BAMS- Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery

  • BHMS- Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine 

  • BDS- Bachelor of Dentistry 

  • BVSC- Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences

  • BNYS- Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Science

  • BSMS- Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery


FAQ 6: Is it necessary to sit for NEET to get admissions into B. Pharm and D. Pharm courses?

Yes. After the publication of Kerala NEET Rank List 2019, students willing to get admitted into B. Pharm or D. Pharm courses, have to sit for NEET. 


FAQ 7: What is the different between Kerala rank list letter and scorecard?

The scorecard is the result which is displayed on the website containing the candidate’s name, percentile, category rank, all India rank and cut-off marks.

However, only those candidates who fall into the 15% all India quota category will be eligible to download the rank letter for NEET 2019 Kerala rank list. It contains category wise ranks along with 15% AIQ merit rank.

FAQ 8: Will NTA release the state merit list along with NEET 2020 results?

No, the NTA does not publish the state merit list along with the NEET results. They release the ranks for those candidates who took the test. Students under 15% AIQ scheme will be eligible for counselling.

However, state counselling authorities will then proceed to compile a merit list for admission in the 85% state quota seats, using the state rank list. It is then released on a later date.