NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – Dates, Previous Years’ Cutoffs

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS is expected to be released in the second half of October 2020. The cutoffs will be announced separately for the 85% State Quota seats and 15% All India Quota seats. Candidates must ensure that they secure an eligible NEET 2020 rank and corresponding scores to stay eligible for further admission process.Β 

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS is the rank obtained by the last candidates on which admissions will be closed in their respective category (whether SC, ST, OBC or PwD). It is crucial to know that only the domiciles of West Bengal can apply for admission under the State Quota whereas qualified NEET candidates from all over the country can apply for admissions under the All India Quota. There are as many as 2791 MBBS and 509 BDS seats available for admission in West Bengal through State Quota and All India Quota (combined) for the year 2020.

Important UpdateOn 3rd July 2020, MHRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal announced that the NEET 2020 will be conducted on 13th September 2020, the exam was previously scheduled to be held on 26th July 2020.

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NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – State Quota

Department of Health & Family Welfare, Kolkata is the governing authority which will be responsible for the release of NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS/BDS for the State Quota seats.Β 

Let’s look at a few facts:

1. Candidates will be allotted seats under the State Quota as per their state rank and scores in NEET 2020.Β 

2. The cutoffs will be released separately for various categories such as SC, ST, OBC and PwD.Β 

3. The NEET cutoffs for State Quota will be decided by the governing body after the completion of 2 rounds of counselling.

4. It is crucial for the candidates to choose and lock their preferred choices of colleges to apply for admission under the State Quota.Β 

5. Candidates cannot randomly visit the colleges for admission, despite securing eligible marks in NEET 2020.

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – All India Quota (AIQ)

DGHS (Directorate General of Health Services) will be responsible for carrying out the process of counselling and NEET cutoffs for West Bengal (for the All India Quota seats). Candidates from all over the country, securing eligible NEET All India Rank and scores, will be considered for admission under the AIQ for 15% seats in medical and dental colleges of West Bengal. NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS for the AIQ seats will be separated for various categories such as SC, ST, OBC and PwD.

NEET Cut Off 2020 – Important Dates

Events Dates
NEET exam dateΒ  13th September 2020
Declaration of NEET result Yet to be Announced
Release of NEET cutoffs 2020 (State Quota for West Bengal) Yet to be Announced
Release of NEET cutoffs 2020 (All India Quota for West Bengal) Yet to be Announced
Registration for counselling commences Yet to be Announced
Last date for locking of choicesΒ  Yet to be Announced
Counselling process startsΒ  Yet to be Announced

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – Factors which Determine the Cutoff

There are 6 factors which will determine the NEET cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020. These are:

  1. Number of candidates appearing for the NEET 2020.
  2. Number of candidates seeking admissions in medical and dental colleges of West Bengal.
  3. Number of seats available in various medical and dental colleges of West Bengal (under AIQ and State Quota separately).
  4. Difficulty level of NEET 2020.
  5. Marks obtained in NEET 2020.
  6. Reservation of seats for different categories in medical and dental colleges of West Bengal.

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2019 (State Quota Seats)

Aspiring NEET 2020 candidates must glance through the NEET cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2019 for State Quota to get a fair idea of the cutoff trends for various colleges and categories.Β 

Medical Colleges

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2019 (State Quota Seats)
NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2019 (State Quota Seats)

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2019 (All India Quota Seats)

Medical Colleges

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2019 (All India Quota Seats)
NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2019 (All India Quota Seats)

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal BDS – 2019 (State Quota Seats)

Dental Colleges

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal BDS – 2019 (State Quota Seats)
NEET Cutoff for West Bengal BDS – 2019 (State Quota Seats)

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2018 (State Quota Seats)

Medical Colleges

NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2018 (State Quota Seats)
NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – 2018 (State Quota Seats)

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NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS – FAQ’s

βœ”οΈ When will the NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020 release?

The official date for the release of NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020 is yet to be announced by the governing body. As of now, it is expected that the cutoffs for both State Quota and All India Quota seats will be released in the second half of October 2020 .

βœ”οΈ Which governing authority will be responsible for the release of NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020 for the State Quota seats?

Department of Health & Family Welfare, Kolkata is the governing authority which will be responsible for the release of NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020 for the State Quota seats.

βœ”οΈ Which governing authority will be responsible for the release of NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020 for the AIQ seats?

DGHS (Directorate General of Health Services) on behalf of the MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) will be responsible for the release of NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020 for the AIQ seats.

βœ”οΈ How many total seats are available in West Bengal for MBBS?

There are a total of 2791 seats available in West Bengal for MBBS through NEET 2020.

βœ”οΈ What are the factors which will determine the NEET Cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020?

There are 6 factors which will determine the NEET cutoff for West Bengal MBBS 2020. These are:

1. Number of candidates appearing for the NEET 2020.

2. Number of candidates seeking admissions in medical and dental colleges of West Bengal.

3. Number of seats available in various medical and dental colleges of West Bengal (under AIQ and State Quota separately).

4. Difficulty level of NEET 2020.

5. Marks obtained in NEET 2020.

6. Reservation of seats for different categories in medical and dental colleges of West Bengal.

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