NEET State Wise Rank List


NEET is undoubtedly one of the toughest and most sought after competitive exams in the country. It is the only exam through which students aiming to get a medical seat in any of the colleges in India can get a medical admission. With students from all over the country participating in the exam, the competition is very tough. To gain a seat in any of the top colleges in the country, students are advised to work hard and be consistent to beat the severe competition. 


The NEET state wise rank list is released by the state counselling committees. It provides the list of the candidates who will get a seat in the 85% of the state quota seats in private medical and dental colleges. The state rank list is compiled on the basis of the marks obtained in the NEET exam. The NEET exam is generally conducted in the last week of May. This exam is conducted for admission to 76,928 MBBS and 26,949 BDS seats offered by the government, private, central and deemed universities located in the state. Along with the MBBS and BDS admission, the NEET state merit list is used for the admission to AYUSH courses and 525 BVSc & AH courses. 


What are the various details mentioned in the NEET State Wise Rank List 2019?

 

Due to the number of people taking up the exams, it is very important to be precise about the details in order to avoid all kinds of discrepancy. The NEET State Rank 2019 UG List consists of the following details for the benefit of students: 


  • Name of the candidate

  • Category of the candidate (SC/ ST/ OBC/ UR/ UR PH (Physically Handicapped)).

  • Marks secured by the candidate

  • Status of the candidate- Pass or Fail.


NEET cutoff percentile and marks


The following is the various cut off scores, percentile for various categories for the year of 2019 and 2018. Although this cannot be used to calculate the ranks of candidates, it helps students to plan their studies accordingly. 


Category

Cutoff percentile

Cutoff scores (2019)

Cutoff scores (2018)

General

50th

701-134

691-119

General - PH

45th

133-120

118-107

SC/ST/OBC

40th

133-107

118-96

SC/ST/OBC - PH

40th

133-107

106-96


NEET Merit List 2019

As the exam is conducted across the country, the NEET merit list 2019 will be of two types


  • NEET Merit List for 15% All India Quota Seats

  • State-wise NEET Merit List for 85% State Quota


  1. NEET Merit List for 15% All India Quota Seats

    The top 15% of all qualified candidates are the ones who comprise the NEET merit list 2019 for 15% AIQ seats. These 15% of seats are filled by students from across the country without being considered by their state. The counselling for them is conducted by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Government of India for 15% All India Quota Seats, Deemed Universities, Central Universities, Seats of ESIC and AFMC, BHU & AMU. Candidates can apply for 15% All India Quota seats as per the directions of DGHS. The Counselling and allocation of seats will be stopped once the seats are exhausted.  All the necessary details and schedule of counselling would be available on the websites of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and Medical Education Directorates of States. The MCC will allocate these 15% AIQ seats based on the marks and rank secured by the students in NTA NEET 2019. In case the AIQ seats are not filled in any particular state, then those seats are given to the state quota. However, this is possible only after the concerned authorities approve them.  


  1. State-wise NEET Merit List for 85% State Quota

    The remaining 85% of the seats are handed over to the DGHS (Directorate General of Health Services) . This is then handed over to the state-wise admitting authorities. The remaining qualified students will be allocated medical seats from this 85 % of seats of the respective states. The respective state authority will next prepare a separate state wise NEET MBBS Rank List to get admission for seats under the state quota
    Now the remaining 85% of seats will be given to the which will then forward it to the state-wise admitting authorities. These 85% state quota seats will be allotted to students of respective states. The admission authority of each state will prepare a separate state-wise NEET MBBS Rank List for seats under state quota, management quota, and NRI quota in order to provide admission to the candidates. 


What is the process of the State counselling for NEET 2019?


Every state makes its own separate list for the state quota list as soon as the NEET 2019 results are declared. The list will be according to the details which will be sent by the NTA. Based on these details the state-wise merit list will be determined. 


Once the list is declared, the students whose names are on the list, will have to register themselves for the counselling process. Sometimes it so happens that the students might have to first register themselves and then the list might be announced. 


NEET 2019 merit list


The following are the marks range and the corresponding approximate rank range for the benefit of students who are aiming to get admission to one of the medical colleges in the country. 


Marks Range

Rank Range

Marks Range

Range Range

691-699

1

381-390

84890 – 93120

681-690

2 – 7

371-380

93121 – 102006

671-680

8 – 31

361-370

102007 – 111483

661-670

32 – 63

351-360

111484 – 121479

651-660

64 – 122

341-350

121480 – 132093

641-650

123 – 232

331-340

132094 – 143344

631-640

233 – 398

321-330

143345 – 155264

621-630

399 – 639

311-320

155265 – 167741

611-620

640 – 994

301-310

167742 – 180986

601-610

995 – 1505

291-300

180987 – 194679

591-600

1506 – 2169

281-290

194680 – 209322

581-590

2170 – 3084

271-280

209323 – 224738

571-580

3085 – 4202

261-270

224739 – 240648

561-570

4203 – 5615

251-260

240649 – 257835

551-560

5616 – 7433

241-250

257836 – 275715

541-550

7434 – 9493

231-240

275716 – 294517

531-540

9494 – 11885

221-230

294518 – 314654

521-530

11886 – 14629

211-220

314655 – 336164

511-520

14630 – 17816

201-210

336165 – 359011

501-510

17817 – 21337

191-200

359012 – 383503

491-500

21338 – 25229

181-190

383504 – 409830

481-490

25230 – 29528

171-180

409831 – 438270

471-480

29529 – 34037

161-170

438271 – 469209

461-470

34038 – 38947

151-160

469210 – 502827

451-460

38948 – 44227

141-150

502828 – 539448

441-450

44228 – 49907

131-140

539449 – 579715

431-440

49908 – 55928

121-130

579716 – 624309

421-430

55929 – 62506

111-120

624310 – 673394

411-420

62507 – 69529

100-110

673395 – 736206

401-410

69530 – 76981

Less than 100

736207 and more

391-400

76982 – 84899



FAQ 


Can we predict our current year rank based on the previous year rank?


The direct answer would be NO. However, the previous year's rank lists are not completely useless. The rank list and the seat allocation for any particular year is based on numerous factors. It includes factors like the number of students taking up the exam, the number of students qualified, number of seats available, and the highest marks scored. As these numbers keep varying every year, the exact ranks cannot be predicted. However, knowing the previous years rank list you will be more equipped to plan your study process accordingly.

Are there reservations in the 15% AIQ seats? 


Yes. There are reservations for those 15% AIQ seats. The reservations are as follows: 


  • 15% seats are reserved for SC candidates,

  • 7.5% seats are reserved for ST candidates,

  • 27% seats in Central Educational Institutions are reserved for OBC