NEET UG 2021 Score: Admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, BVSc and AH courses will be offered based on NEET 2021 scores. The Medical Advisory Committee (MCC) will organize centralized counseling for admission to MBBS / BDS courses in online mode.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) declared the NEET UG 2021 result on November 1. Along with him, the exam deadline was also announced. This year, the NEET cut-off scores for the General category are 720-138 points, for the SC / ST / OBC category, they are 137-108 points, for the General-PwD category, they are 137-122 points and for SC / ST / OBC -PwD are 121-108 marks.
The NTA has initiated the distribution of results and candidates receive their result / dashboard on their registered email id. The NEET 2021 result is also available on the official website. NEET applicants should visit the official website neet.nta.nic.in and verify the result by entering their list number, date of birth and security PIN. The NEET result was reported in the form of a scorecard mentioning the All India Rank (AIR), the category ranking, the total scores obtained by the candidates in the entrance exam as well as other details.
Compared to last year, this time the NEET 2021 limit has dropped. In 2020, the limit for applicants in the general category was 720-147 points and for applicants in the SC / ST / OBC category it was 146-113 points. For candidates PwD general and SC / ST / OBC-PwD, the minimum scores were 146-129 and 128-113 respectively.
The threshold for NEET 2021 is mentioned on the dashboard. Along with this, the number of applicants that appear in each category is also mentioned. According to the general rule of the exam, the NEET threshold for the general category is the 50th percentile, while for SC / ST / OBC it is the 40th percentile. For general PwD applicants it is the 45th percentile and for SC / ST / The OBC-PwD candidates represent the 40th percentile. The cut-off scores given on the scorecard are the scores corresponding to these predetermined cut-off percentiles.
How to download the result of the NTA NEET 2021
- Visit the official website – neet.nta.nic.in
- Click on the “View NEET-UG 2021 result” tab displayed on the screen.
- Enter the list number, date of birth and security PIN provided on the candidate login window page.
- The NEET result in the form of a scorecard will be displayed on the screen.
- Check the details mentioned in the dashboard.
- Download the NEET 2021 result and save it for future reference.
After the NEET 2021 result?
Admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, BVSc and AH courses will be offered based on NEET 2021 scores. The Medical Advisory Committee (MCC) will provide centralized advice for admission to MBBS / BDS courses in online mode. The counselling schedule will be published shortly. Applicants must register for NEET counseling by the deadlines.
How to check the NEET 2021 limit
Applicants who wish to check and download the NEET 2021 limit on the scorecard can follow the steps below.
Step 1: Go to the official website neet.nta.nic.in.
Step 2: Find the result link and click on it.
Step 3: Access the login by entering the registration number and date of birth.
Step 4: Download the NEET 2021 dashboard from the dashboard.
Step 5: On the scorecard, search for “Cutoff Percentile and score according to MCI / DCI regulations”
Step 6: In this section, find the fit for your category.
Applicants with a score equal to or above the cutoff scores have been included in the All India NEET 2021 Merit List. On the basis of merit, applicants will now be expected to receive 15% of all advice on Indian quotas.
NEET 2021 advice will be provided by the Medical Advisory Committee (MCC) and through it, 15% of UG medical positions will be filled in universities across the country. The remaining seats will be filled through state councils. Even in the Council of State, seats will be allocated according to NEET AIR. Dates and details of the consultation will be announced shortly.
The NEET 2021 council will be led by the Medical Advisory Committee (MCC) and, through it, 15% of UG medical positions will be filled at universities across the country. The remaining seats will be filled through the Council of State. Even in the State Council, seats will be allocated on the basis of NEET AIR. The dates and details of the two consultations will be announced shortly.
The NEET 2021 results were announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) and around 16 lakh of candidates received their scorecards. One of them was 17-year-old Karthika G Nair, who not only top the exam but also scored 100 percent. Born in Kerala, Karthika grew up in Mumbai. Her father, Gangadharan K, works in the logistics department of a private company and his mother, Sri Vidya, is a professor at a local university in Mumbai. Karthika completed her twelfth class at Panvel DAV School in Mumbai. Although she had been preparing for the entrance medical exams for two years, she “did not expect to get the maximum mark.” Mumbai had been hit hard by the two waves of Covid-19. This affected the preparations of aspiring NEETs, as educational institutions were closed due to the spread. But Karthika was determined to pass the exam.
She always wanted to be a doctor because the profession is “noble and requires responsibilities.” “During the pandemic, reading and singing kept me afloat. Despite the unbearable external conditions, I managed to stay calm and continue with the preparations. Like the doctors who played an important role during the coronavirus pandemic, I too want to serve the public. I have not decided on my major yet, but I find oncology and neurology interesting, ”said Karthika, who wishes to join AIIMS Delhi to study at MBBS.
A former aspiring chemical engineering, Mrinal Kutteri decided to become a Class 9 physician after realizing that the medical field would give him a better opportunity to serve society. He achieved a 1st place for all of India in the NEET-UG 2021 results reported today. Originally from Hyderabad, Mrinal Kutteri scored a perfect 720 in NEET UG 2021. His father is a human resources consultant, while his mother is a software engineer.
Explaining his curriculum, Mrinal said: “Initially, I found the NCERT materials and other Aakash Institute resources to be quite in-depth and comprehensive. But I quickly got into the habit of studying carefully for short periods of about 45 minutes and then taking a rejuvenating 10-15 minute break. It was productive and I was able to achieve good test results. For the best, the breaks mainly meant playing video games or watching television. The wait for more than 16 lakhs of students came to an end on Monday night when the National Testing Agency (NTA) declared the result of NEET-UG 2021.
Nikhar Bansal, 18, obtained All Indian Ranks (AIR) 5 in the entrance medical exam in September. Bansal is from Agra and completed his 12th grade at Mata Kasturi Devi School in Delhi and also took the exam at a test center in the national capital. Deeply passionate about novels, Nikhar decided to choose the field of medicine over the arts.
Agra’s son Nikhar said: “The purpose of my life is simple. I want to help as many people as possible. This comes naturally to me because I have seen my father serving people all his life. His father, Dr. Ajay Bansal, is an orthopedic surgeon and his mother Poornima Bansal is a homemaker. He wrote his first novel while he was in the eighth grade, but was unable to advance as he decided to focus only on academics.
One of his favorite authors is the American writer James Smith Dashner. Nikhar has not yet decided on his specialization as he “wishes to explore all possible avenues during his medical studies”, but he aspires to join AIIMS Delhi. The pandemic has been tough on everyone, especially students, as courses have been put online and training institutes have been closed. For Nikhar, this turned out to be the perfect opportunity. Nikhar’s older brother is also pursuing MBBS studies at Maulana Azad Medical College in Delhi. Nikhar often looked at his brother’s old notes to discover many difficult things when he was preparing for NEET 2021. During the pandemic, when preparing for the medical entrance exam became stressful, she often turned to live comedy videos on YouTube to cheer herself up.