NEET 2022 Cut Off Rank: Today has been a month since the NEET exam. It is being said that the answer key of the exam can come today. After the release of the answer key, the students will be given an opportunity to raise objections.
In General, the cut off of NEET in 2021 was 720-138, while in 2020 the cut off was 720-147, apart from 137-108 in General PH 2021 and 146-129 in 2020.The cut off for SC was 137-108 in 2021 and 146-113 in 2020.The cut off was 137-108 for ST and 137-108 for OBC in 2021.
This year 91,000 MBBS seats are available in government and private colleges. Talk about quota. The first is All India Quota seats, followed by State Government quota seats, Central Institute/University/Deemed University and then State/Management/NRI quota seats in Private Medical, Dental or any Private University. This is followed by Central Pool quota seats, all seats including NRI quota and Management quota in private unaided/aided minority/non-minority medical colleges, AIIMS Institute/JIPMER seats across the country.
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