Tamil Nadu has a higher percentage of candidates than the national average; What is the cut off?

NEET UG 2024 Results: While the results of the NEET examination for undergraduate medical admissions have been released, 67 candidates, including 8 from Tamil Nadu, have scored first or 720 out of 720 marks.

Admission to MPBS, BDS courses and all-India quota seats in Siddha, Ayurveda, Unani, Homeopathy and Veterinary courses in government and private medical colleges in India is based on National Merit and Entrance Test called NEET. Also, NEET has been made mandatory for B.Sc Nursing courses in Army Nursing Colleges.

NEET is conducted annually by the National Examinations Agency. Accordingly, this year’s NEET exam was conducted on May 5 in 571 cities across the country. 23,33,297 people wrote this exam.

The results for this NEET exam were announced yesterday (June 4). A total of 13,16,268 (56.41%) students have passed across the country. This is 0.2% percent higher than last year. 3,33,932 candidates in general category, 1,16,229 candidates in EWS category, 6,18,890 candidates in OBC category, 1,78,738 candidates in SC category, 68,479 candidates in ST category and 4,120 candidates in PWD category are eligible to study medicine. have received

As far as Tamil Nadu is concerned, 89,426 (58.47%) students passed the exam out of 1,52,920 candidates this year. This is higher than the national average. The number of candidates who appeared and passed the exam has increased compared to last year. In 2023, 78,693 (54.45%) passed the exam out of 1,44,514 candidates.

This year NEET cut off has increased. The need cut-off for general category and general category differently abled category was 720-137 last year. This year it has increased to 720-164. For Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes, the NEET cut-off has increased from 136-107 last year to 163-129 this year. Similarly, the NEET cut off for SC, ST and OBC candidates with disabilities has increased from 120-107 last year to 145-129 this year.

The cut-off for MBBS and BDS courses is 50 percent for general category medical candidates and 40 percent for OBC, SC and ST candidates. The NEET percentage is determined by the National Examinations Agency based on the highest marks scored in the All India General Merit List in the NEET exam.

The NEET exam was conducted for a total of 720 marks. In this, 67 students have achieved a record by securing first place with full marks. In Tamil Nadu, 8 people have won the top spot. Syed Aribin Yusuf, S. Sailaja, Aditya Kumar Banda, P. Sriram, P. Rajneesh, M. Jayathi Purwaja, R. Rohit, S. Sabareesan have got the first place.

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