NEET UG 2022 : MBBS/BDS admission counseling process will start after the declaration of NEET 2022 result. Only those candidates who secure the minimum required qualifying percentile in NEET cutoff 2022 will be able to appear in the counseling process. General category candidates need to score at least 50th percentile (40th percentile for SC/ST/OBC) to qualify for NEET 2022.
NEET result declared on September 7, 2022 was. More than 9 lakh candidates have qualified for the undergraduate program this year. This year the cut-off for the general category is from 715 to 117, while the cut-off for the reserve category is 116-93. Let us know when the process of counseling will start and at what number will the government college.
Know from when the process of counseling will be done
According to the information given by the National Medical Council (NMC), counseling for All India Quota (AIQ) may start by the last week of September or the first week of October. The counseling date will be given on the official website of Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). After this, the process of counseling will be done in different states for the seats of tet quota.
How many numbers will be available in government colleges
The biggest question in the mind of the candidates who qualify NEET is that at what number they will get a government college. According to experts, this year the cut-off for all the categories has come down. If any candidate of general category has a score above 620, then he can get a government college under All India quota, while for a state level government college, the score can be at least 585-590.
Like the general, OBCs can also get government colleges on the same marks. At the same time, for SC-ST, only a score of 445 to above 450 may be required. Talking about last year, the cut-off of General was 710-138, then the number of 615 to 640 was required for admission in government colleges in the state.
Low number What to do if you come
Admission in government college usually ends if the number is below 580. Only private and deemed medical colleges can get admission in ABBS if the marks are less than that.