Private Colleges Cut off For NEET 2022| Councelling procedure| Qualifying marks

NEET 2022| Important Dates| Registration| Admit Card| Important syllabus| Counselling| Exam Pattern| Qualifying marks| Results:

NEET 2022– NEET 2022 application process has been started from 2nd December 2019. It will be conducted Once in a Year in Offline mode. National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the NEET exam.

NTA will organize the examination on 3rd May 2022. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level medical entrance exam. It is organized to provide admissions in MBBS, BDS & Ayush Courses.Two Seprate Counselling will be happen –

1. All India quota 15% for Government colleges including Central University also , 100% Counselling for All private Deemed University Across India .

2. State quota Counselling for 85% Weitage of sea.

NEET 2022 Important Dates:

Events Dates
Application form release 2nd December 2019
Last date for Submission of application form 31st December 2019
Last date of successful transaction of fee 1st January 2022 (Upto 11:50 PM)
Application form correction starts 15th January 2022
Last date for correction in application form 31st January 2022
NEET (UG) Admit Card 27th March 2022
NEET 2022 Exam Date 3rd May 2022
Answer key 2ndweek of May 2022
Result announcement 4th June 2022
Counselling date 2ndweek of June 2022

What’s new in NEET 2022

• A new website has been launched for NEET by NTA – The application form of NEET is likely to be released on the new website.

• A new website has been launched for NEET by NTA – The application form of NEET is likely to be released on the new website.

• NEET video lectures 2022 by IIT professors and subject experts has been released by NTA for clarifying the concepts of the particular subject.

• NTA has also provided the facility of NEET test practice centres for better preparations. The conducting body of NEET 2022 is the National Testing Agency (NTA).

• NEET2022 will be conducted in offline mode only.

• The examination of NEET 2022 will be conducted once a year.

• The previous changes introduced in NEET have been retracted and NEET remains a single window entrance-cum-eligibility exam.

NEET Eligibility Criteria 2022:

Candidates must check the following NEET Eligibility Criteria before registering for exam:

  • Nationality: Indian Nationals, Non Resident Indians (NRIs), Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), Persons with Indian origin (PIO) and Foreign Nationals citizen are eligible to apply for NEET (UG).
  • India Citizens Overseas Citizens of India intending to pursue UG medical course from foreign institutions are also need to qualify NEET UG.
  • Eligibility for 15% All India Quota Seats: Candidates belonging to UT of J K and Ladakh are eligible to apply under 15% All India Quotas only on the basis of self-declaration. If they claim eligibility, they must submit online Self- Declaration which will be generated and printed automatically along with confirmation page for record and to present the same during counselling/admission. Other candidates can fill in any state/UT against this choice.
  • Age limit: Candidates must have completed minimum 17 years of age on or before 31st December 2022. The upper age limit is 25 years as on the date of examination (5 year relaxation is given to SC, ST, OBC-NCL PwD candidates).
  • Candidates above 25 years are provisionally permitted to appear and their candidature is subject to the outcome of pending Petitions before the Hon’ble Supreme Court.
  • Qualification: Candidates must have completed 12th level or equivalent examination.
  • Mandatory Subjects: Students in their 12th level must have Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Biotechnology with English as mandatory subject.
  • Percentage: Candidates in the 12th level must have secured minimum 50% marks for General General-EWS categories; 45% marks for PH 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC category candidates in PCB group.
  • Appearing: Candidates are appearing in their qualifying exam or waiting for their result are also eligible for NEET (UG).

How to apply for NEET 2022 Application Form:

  1. NEET 2022 Registration: Candidates must enter their name, email Id, mobile number, gender etc to register and generate their provisional application number and login credentials.
  2. Login to fill NEET application form 2022: Next candidates must use the given NEET 2022 login ID and password to fill the personal, academic and communication details
  3. Upload photograph, signature and other documents: the details and specifications of the photograph and signature are given above.
  4. Pay the application fee of NEET: Candidates must pay the prescribed fee, the details of which are given below. Payment mode is online through net banking, debit/credit cards etc or through cash deposit
    (e-challan) to be paid at State Bank of India branches only.

NEET 2022 is the national level entrance for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses as well as Ayush, veterinary and other medical courses in the country. Held across 154 cities in the country, Last year saw 14,10,754 students appear for the exam and the number is expected to rise more for the 2022 examination. The number of seats have also increased with the introduction of the EWS quota which is supernumerary in nature.

Application Fee:

  • General and OBC candidates will have to pay-1400/
  • The application fee for SC/ST and PH candidates will be -750/-.
  • Fee payment can be done through credit/debit card, net banking, UPI and e-wallet.

NEET Application Correction:

One time opportunity will be provided by the board to make correction in the applications. Corrections can be done only through online mode.

  • Correction facility will be provided in the month of December 2022.
  • Candidates will be intimated through e-mail/SMS regarding correction in photograph and signature. The same will be available in the candidate’s login account.
  • Candidates can also make corrections in particular fields like:
    • Date of birth
    • Identification Identity
    • Gender
    • State code of eligibility
    • Category
    • Medium of exam paper
    • Disability status
    • Examination Centre
    • Qualifying Examination Code Percentage (%) of Marks Obtained in Class 12th
    • Parents Name (Father’s Mother’s)
Unreserved 50%
Physically handicapped & unreserved 45%
Scheduled caste 40%
Scheduled tribe 40%
Other backward class 40%
Scheduled caste – physically handicapped 40%
Schedules tribe – physically handicapped 40%
Other backward class – physically handicapped 40%

Way to calculate the NEET percentage: The percentage are calculated based on the of the mark secured by the candidate and other candidates who secured mark higher or lower of the respective candidate.

All the percentage are calculated by the National Testing Agency (NTA) so that mark of the candidate will be considered against the marks of other candidates.

DRAW BREAKER CRITERIA: If one or more students secure same marks or percentage is said to be an DRAW mark or TIE mark and at this situation the NTA performs some sort of mark calculations according to the subject breakdown, they are clearly mentioned below;The question paper will be set based on the subjects such as biology, chemistry, maths and general English but when it comes to DRAW they consider biology and chemistry as a primary source of mark calculation and then they will be considering the wrong answers.

Biology marks: In this case students who scores higher marks in biology will be given first preferences over the other person who secured less mark in this specific subject questions.

Chemistry marks: If the marks in biology is less for both the candidates then this subject related marks will be calculated.

Wrong answers: Afterthe above consideration, the marks will be considered based on the number of wrong answers given by the candidate. The number of wrong answers, the marks will be reduced.

Age consideration: If the DRAW still persists, they consider the age difference. If one candidate is elder over the other, he will be given preference over the other.

NEET CUT OFF REVISION: This situation mainly occurs when, the number of students passed the NEET exam falls below the required number of seats allocated by the government. The Union government have the rights to change the percentage of requirement for placing the students by discussing with the Medical council of India and Dental council of India.

The main fact is that 15% of merit list if prepared by the central board of secondary education based on the all India quota seats.

All India quota counselling for 15% merit list percentage: The candidates who attended and got qualified the exam by obtaining the required minimum percentage in NEET exam, they are all included in the merit list. The merit list of 15% are prepared by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) & they are responsible for the all India merit list & the directorate general of health service (DGHS) also prepares the merit list of %.

NEET cut – off 2019: The maximum mark given in the NEET exam will be 720, they marks and percentage for qualification according to the caste present.

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