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NEET is the most difficult medical entrance exam in India. It will be held on 7th May this year. You must have worked really hard over the previous years, for NEET 2017. It’s more than obvious that some of you might we wondering what rank you need to secure to land a good College. If you are not, then you should because you can know where your preparation is headed. To help you out, we decided to list down rankwise college seat allotment over the past years in NEET & AIPMT.

Here’re the opening & closing ranks of General category for NEET 2016 during the first round of allotment.

NEET Rankwise Seat Allotment

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College Name Opening Rank Closing Rank
Maulana Azad Medical College 10 40
Goverment Medical College & Hospital, Chandigarh 33 140
VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital 43 91
University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi 44 81
Lady Hardinge Medical College 48 183
Kolkata Medical College 86 740
KGMC, Lucknow 65 389
Grant Medical College and Sir J.J. Hospital, Mumbai 66 432
IMS – BHU, Varanasi 83 223

Based on the NEET rankwise seat allotment, you can set a target rank if you are aiming for a medical college in particular. For NEET rankwise seat allotment results of 2015 (AIPMT-2015) you can go here.

Here is a categorywise cutoff of NEET 2016.

Category Range of Marks No. of Condidates
UR 685-468 14315
UR – PH 466-214 430
OBC 468-465 230
OBC – PH 213-210 10
SC 468-352 2815
SC – PH 209-130 75
ST 466-303 1427
ST – PH 213-118 23

You have to make sure you score marks higher than cutoff to ensure a seat through NEET, during your practice of sample papers or previous years’ question papers. Only then will you be confident about your performance on the Big day.

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