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NEET Merit List 2018 – The merit list of NEET 2018 has been announced along with the result on 4 June. NEET UG 2018 merit list has been prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the medical entrance examination. The merit list of NEET 2018 for 50 toppers has been provided on this page. Only aspirants who have secured the minimum qualifying marks are included in NEET 2018 merit list. General category candidates must secure a minimum of 50 percentile in CBSE NEET 2018. A common NEET merit list and 15% All India Quota merit list is prepared by the CBSE. In case, the marks of two or more candidates are equal, the authority has followed the tie-breaking procedure. Considering NEET 2018 merit list for 15% AIQ, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET counselling from 12 June 2018. While, for 85% state quota seats, the counselling authorities will preaprepareir state-wise merit list for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in the medical as well as dental colleges in the state. Based on the norms and eligibility criteria, the admission to 85% state quota seats will be granted. Aspirants can check more details on NEET merit list 2018 from the article below.

 

NEET Merit List 2018

 

NEET 2018 was conducted on 6 May for admission to 90,000 undergraduate medical and dental colleges across India. The result of NEET 2018 has been announced on 4 June. Only aspirants who have secured NEET cut off are considered qualified. As mentioned earlier, 50 percentile must be secured by general category candidates, while for SC/ST/OBC, it is 40 percentile. Aspirants belonging to General PwD category are required to obtain 45 percentile. This year, a total of 13,26,725 aspirants registered for NEET.

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Procedure to check NEET Result 2018

 

The procedure to download NEET result is provided on this page.

 

  • Click on the link provided below to check NEET 2018 result
  • Enter the registration number and date of birth
  • NEET merit rank and All India Quota rank has been provided on this page
  • Verify the details and take a printout of it

 

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NEET 2018 Merit List of Toppers

 

Check the NEET merit list 2018 of 50 toppers. This year, Kalpana Kumari has bagged AIR 1 in NEET 2018.

 

All India Rank

Candidate Name

Marks Secured

Percentile Score

1

Kalpana Kumari

691

99.999921

2

Rohan Purohit

690

99.999764

3

Himanshu Sharma

690

99.999764

4

Aarosh Dhamija

686

99.999606

5

Prince Choudhary

686

99.999606

6

Varun Muppidi

685

99.999449

7

Agrawal Krishna Ashish

685

99.999449

8

Ankadala Anirudh Babu

680

99.999134

9

Madhvan Gupta

680

99.999134

10

Ramneek Kaur Mahal

680

99.999134

11

Aditya Gupta

680

99.999134

12

Keerthana K

676

99.998976

13

Ritwik Kumar Sahoo

676

99.998976

14

Onteru Venkata Sai Harsha Vardhan Reddy

675

99.998189

15

Sahil Sachinbhai Shah

675

99.998189

16

Menda Jaideep

675

99.998189

17

Abhishek Kumar

675

99.998189

18

Tanuj Jatin Presswala

675

99.998189

19

Koduru Sriharsha

675

99.998189

20

Amulya Gupta

675

99.998189

21

Gunjan Atul Gattani

675

99.998189

22

Sangeet

675

99.998189

23

Aaditya Vasudev Aggarwal

675

99.998189

24

Shlok Viral Patel

673

99.99811

25

Siddharth Ravi

672

99.998031

26

Mohammedanas Mohammedyunus Memon

671

99.997559

27

Aadhya Akshay Joshi

671

99.997559

28

Shikhar Bansal

671

99.997559

29

Shabista Khan

671

99.997559

30

Sameer Patro

671

99.997559

31

Mehak Arora

671

99.997559

32

Navya Yadav

670

99.996929

33

Prerak Tripathi

670

99.996929

34

Amitabh Pankaj Chauhan

670

99.996929

35

Avnika Jain

670

99.996929

36

Varada Ravikiran

670

99.996929

37

Lokesh Paras Mandlecha

670

99.996929

38

Virendra Choudhary

670

99.996929

39

Aditya Saraogi

670

99.996929

40

Jinwala Vishwa

669

99.996771

41

Arjun Saraswat

669

99.996771

42

Nishtha Agrawal

668

99.996614

43

Sankalpa Keshari

668

99.996614

44

Megha Sharma

667

99.996378

45

Kamakshi Miriyala

667

99.996378

46

Ashish Kumar

667

99.996378

47

Parul Berry

666

99.996141

48

Samagra Singh

666

99.996141

49

Sagar Mishra

666

99.996141

50

Aarushi Kollana

665

99.995748

 

 

 

When NEET Merit List 2018 is published?

 

The merit list of NEET 2018 has been published 4 June along with the result. Check NEET important dates from the table below.

 

NEET UG merit list dates

 

Events

NEET Merit List dates

Declaration of NEET result

4 June 2018

Availability of NEET rank letter

Second week of June 2018

NEET counselling round 1

12 to 24 June 2018

NEET counselling round 2

6 to 12 July 2018

NEET counselling mop up round

12 to 28 August 2018

State counselling commences

12 July 2018

 

 

State-wise NEET Merit List

As mentioned earlier, admission to undergraduate medical as well as dental courses offered by all states will be done on the basis of NEET scores. Check state-wise NEET merit list and counselling details below.

Name of State

State Merit List

State Counselling

Andhra Pradesh MBBS/BDS Admission

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Karnataka MBBS/BDS Admission

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Kerala MBBS/BDS Admission

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Tamil Nadu MBBS/BDS Admission

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Maharashtra MBBS/BDS Admission

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Telangana MBBS/BDS Admission

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Gujarat MBBS/BDS Admission

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Delhi MBBS/BDS Admission

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West Bengal MBBS/BDS Admission

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Bihar MBBS/BDS Admission

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Jharkhand MBBS/BDS Admission

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Chhattisgarh MBBS/BDS Admission

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Odisha MBBS/BDS Admission

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Rajasthan MBBS/BDS Admission

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Madhya Pradesh MBBS/BDS Admission

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Punjab MBBS/BDS Admission

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Jammu & Kashmir MBBS/BDS Admission

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Haryana MBBS/BDS Admission

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Himachal Pradesh MBBS/BDS Admission

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Uttarakhand MBBS/BDS Admission

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Assam MBBS/BDS Admission

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Goa MBBS/BDS Admission

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Arunachal Pradesh MBBS/BDS Admission

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Tripura MBBS/BDS Admission

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Manipur MBBS/BDS Admission

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Andaman and Nicobar Islands MBBS/BDS Admission

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Puducherry MBBS/BDS Admission

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Chandigarh MBBS/BDS Admission

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What is NEET 2018 Cut off?

 

The cut off of NEET 2018 has been declared by CBSE. NEEt cut off is the minimum qualifying percentile which must be secured to pass the national-level medical entrance examination. Candidates securing marks corresponding to the set percentile are eligible to be included in NEET merit list 2018. NEET cut off percentile for general category candidates was 50 and the marks range corresponding to it was 697-131. Check NEET UG qualifying cut off and last years’ marks range.

 

NEET cut off

 

Category

NEET cut off (qualifying)

NEET cut off scores

General

50 percentile

691-119

General PwD

45 percentile

118-107

OBC

40 percentile

118-96

OBC-PwD

40 percentile

106-96

SC

40 percentile

118-96

SC-PwD

40 percentile

106-96

ST

40 percentile

118-96

ST-PwD

40 percentile

106-96

 

 

 

NEET 2018 Merit List and its types

 

NEET merit list prepared for admission to 15% All India Quota and 85% state quota seats has been released for following types:

 

  • All India Merit List – This merit list displayed overall rank of candidates who qualified the entrance test. It is prepared irrespective of candidate’s domicile and category
  • All India 15% Quota Merit List – This list indicates the list of overall candidates who have qualified the test and are included in 15% All India Quota seats for MBBS and BDS admissions
  • 85% State Quota Merit List/AFMS/Deemed universities/Private medical colleges – This rank list will be determined by the designated state counselling authority based on NEET scores, state eligibility criteria and basic reservation guidelines

 

NEET Merit List 2018 for 15% All India Quota seats

 

Based on NEET 2018 merit list, the admission to 15% All India Quota seats in all government medical and dental colleges will be granted. The merit list of NEET 2018 for 15% All India Quota seats includes the name, All India Rank and All India Quota rank. The apex body, CBSE has declared the cut off marks along with the result, which must be secured by the candidates. Aspirants who will secure cut off percentile set by the authority for 15% All India Quota seats will be included in NEET merit list 2018. Only candidates from the state of Jammu and Kashmir will not be included in the merit list, the state does not contribute its 15% seats for AIQ. In the year 2017, the cut off marks for 15% AIQ seats was equivalent to the qualifying marks range. While, the conducting authority declared NEET cut off for the year 2016, which is provided in the table below.

 

NEET AIQ cut off 2016

 

Category

NEET cut off marks

General

685-468

OBC

468-465

SC

468-352

ST

466-303

General PwD

466-214

OBC-PwD

213-210

SC-PwD

209-130

ST-PwD

213-118

 

 

 

NEET 2018 Merit List – Tie-Breaking Method

 

In NEET merit list, if the marks of two or more aspirants will be equal, the authority will use the following inter-se merit procedure to resolve the ties:

 

  • Tie-breaker 1 – Aspirants securing higher marks in Biology (Botany & Zoology) in the test will be allotted better rank
  • Tie-breaker 2 – If the tie still exists, the marks obtained in Chemistry will be considered. Aspirants with higher marks in Chemistry will be given better merit position
  • Tie-breaker 3 – If the tie does not break, then candidates with less number of wrong attempts will be provided higher rank in NEET merit list 2018
  • Tie-breaker 4 – If the tie still persists, then age of candidate will be preferred. Aspirants older in age will be given better rank

 

NEET UG Merit List 2018 – State rank for 85% Quota seats

 

Besides All India Quota NEET merit list, the remaining 85% state quota seats will be allotted by the concerned state counselling authority in government as well as private medical and dental colleges. Every state government will release NEET state merit list on the basis of scores obtained in the exam. Along with the scores secured in the test, NEET 2018 merit list for state quota seats will be prepared as per the reservation criteria and state eligibility conditions. However, it is mandatory to secure the minimum qualifying marks in NEET 2018.

 

How is NEET 2018 Merit List for State Quota seats prepared?

 

  • Firstly, CBSE will prepare the NEET merit list for all qualified candidates
  • CBSE will later forward NEET 2018 result to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Government of India
  • DGHS will provide NEET result all the respective state as per the domicile of candidates
  • Each state has different eligibility norms and reservation criteria
  • After implying state rules, the state merit list will be prepared
  • The state authority will organize the counselling for 85% state quota seats and the counselling for 15% All India Quota seats will be conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) 

 

What after NEET 2018 Merit List is published?

 

After the declaration of NEET UG merit list 2018 for 15% AIQ, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will organize the counselling process for completion of admission. NEET 2018 Counselling will commence from 12 June, in online mode. NEET counselling will be conducted in two rounds only. Candidates who will secure the minimum qualifying marks will be eligible to appear for NEET counselling 2018. To participate in NEET 15% All India Quota counselling, aspirants need to register themselves. While registering, candidates have to provide their preferences of colleges as well as courses. After the registration process, the seat allotment result of round 1 will be released. The allotment will be done on the basis of rank, preferences submitted and seats available. Once the result is announced, candidates need to report at the allotted colleges for document verification and completion of admission process. After the process of first round is over, the authority will conduct the second round of NEET counselling.

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