NEET 2021 LAST RANK DETAILS
The last rank detail contains the cutoff needed to get admission to a college. The Medical Counseling Committee (CEE) conducts the NEET MBBS, BDS, and Medical Allied course allotments. The National Eligibility and Entrance Exam (NEET) is an offline entrance exam conducted nationally to give admission for MBBS aspirants to various government, self-financing, and private medical colleges in India. The MCC conducts the All India NEET counseling, allotment, and admission process. Soon after the NEET results are published, the students have to register on the official website of MCC to participate in the allotment process.
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The NEET 2021 examination was conducted on September 12th and the results were published on November 1st. The publication of results was followed by three rounds of allotments: the first round allotment, the second round allotment, and the mop-up round allotment.
In the Round 1 allotment, 20 AIIMS institutes participated in the allotment process and the last rank of AIIMS Delhi in the general category was 53. For the OBC category, the last rank was 250, 857 for the SC category and 703 for the ST category. Two JIPMER institutes participated in the allotment and the last rank of JIPMER Puducherry for the 1st allotment was 202, 611 for the OBC category, 1015 for the EWS category and 1372 for the SC category. In the mop-up round, the last rank was 231 for the general category. For the JIPMER Karaikal Institute, the last rank was 6492 for the general category and 9585 for the OBC category.
Given above are the last rank details of the NEET 2021 allotment process for the MBBS and BDS courses in the 1st round and mop-up around allotment. Through this data, you can discover the cut-off and last rank details of the government, self-financing, and private medical colleges in India. By analyzing the previous year’s last rank details, the NEET candidates can understand the cutoff and the possibility of getting admission to their desired government medical colleges and self-financing medical colleges.