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Cut-off for MBBS, BDS seats has been lowered

Published on Jun 5 2018 | Updated on Jun 5 2018
Cut-off for MBBS, BDS seats has been lowered
The cut-off for admissions into MBBS and BDS courses this is lower than 2017. The cut-off is 119 for open category students and the qualifying scores range from 119 to 691. The cutoff for SC, ST and OBC candidates is 96 and for candidates with disabilities in the general category 107-118. For candidates with disabilities in the SC. ST and OBC categories, the cut-off is 96-106.
In 2017, the cut-off - the qualifying score as per the qualification percentile • was 131 out of 720 for unreserved category candidates. For OBC, SC and ST students, the cut-off was 107. For candidates with disabilities, it was 118 last year. The Neet cut-off is calculated on the basis of percentile and not percentage. Percentile indicates the number of candidates a student is ahead of, while percentage is based on the absolute marks obtained in the test.
Fifteen per cent of the seats have been allocated in government medical colleges across the country as 'all India quota'. For state quota and other seats falling under the ambit of state governments, the candidates may apply to their domicile states. A merit list as per state rules and based on all-India rank will be prepared by the counselling authority concerned. Counselling for private medical colleges will also be conducted by the state counselling authority concerned.
Fifteen per cent of the all India quota has been reserved for SC candidates, and 7.5 per cent for candidates applying under the ST category. For the OBC candidates, 27 per cent has been reserved. The remaining seats fall under the general category The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), government of India, will conduct counselling online for the 15 per cent all-India quota seats, as well as seats in deemed universities, Central universities, ESIC. Armed Forces Medical College.
Beharas Hindu University and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). Candidates were advised to visit website www.mcc.nic.in for further information. Candidates will apply for 15 per cent all-India quota seats as per the directions of DGHS and counselling will be stopped when all seats have been opted for.
¦ A MERIT list as per state rules and based on all-India rank will be prepared by the coun-selling authority concerned. Counselling for private medical colleges will also be conducted by the state counselling authority concerned.
¦ CANDIDATES WERE advised to visit website www.mcc.nic.in for further information. Candidates will apply for 15 per cent quota in seats as per the directions of DGHS and coun-selling will stop when all seats have been opted for.

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