College-Wise Cut Off

The National Testing Agency conducts the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET). This is a qualifying test for admissions to MBBS courses and dental colleges. Thousands of students appear for the test and wait for their fate on the result day. For admissions, it is important to clear the cutoff released by the concerned authorities. College-Wise Cut Off-

The cutoff depends on the state and central reservation. Telangana state has reserved some seats for its domicile students. If you are willing to study MBBS or BDS in Telangana, here is an article on everything to know about college-wise cut off for Telangana. 

Introduction

Telangana has 85% state reservation, and KNRUHS releases the cutoff for these seats. KNRUHS is short for Kaloji Narayana Rao University Of Health Sciences. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) releases a cutoff for the remaining 15% All India Quota seats. MCC also prepares ranks and College-Wise Cut Off for these seats. 

Telangana has a total of 4890 MBBS seats across different medical colleges in the state. Similarly, the total number of seats for BDS is 1125 across different dental colleges in the state. The cutoff list contains the last eligible rank and the corresponding candidate’s score. 

Needless to say, you will have to have a score more than the cutoff to qualify for your desired college. Read further to find out college-wise cutoff rank and scores for both disciplines. Additionally, we will also provide details on state quota seats and All India Quota seats. 

Important dates 

Let’s look at some important dates regarding Telangana NEET Cut Off 2020:

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Events Dates
NEET 2021 Results30th October 2021
NEET Cutoff 2021 – State Quota For TelanganaTBA
NEET Cutoff 2021 – All India Quota For TelanganaTBA
Registrations for the counselling process begins onTBA
NEET 2021 – Beginning of counselling processTBA
Conclusion of Admissions TBA
Start of academic sessions TBA

 

What are the important factors for the cutoff?

Cutoff scores are not uniform. Every year the cutoff score and rank fluctuate depending on a lot of factors. Let’s look at some of those factors:

  • Examination difficulty: The difficulty level of the NEET question paper changes every year. Depending on the course and other external factors, NTA may set a cutoff that is more challenging than usual. In the case of difficult question papers, the cutoff scores are lower than usual. Similarly, if the questions were fairly easy, you can expect a higher cutoff than the previous year. Also, when the examination is easy, the rank fluctuates even at small score differences. 
  • Number of candidates: Total number of candidates appearing for the examination determine the scope of “competition.” A higher number of candidates would mean higher volume on lower ranks. This affects the overall outcome, and preference protocol comes into play. 
  • The number of seats: The number of seats works in the same manner supply and demand work in economics. If seats are limited and the number of candidates appearing is high, you can expect a spike in the cutoff. Usually, the number of seats do not change frequently. However, the number of candidates increases every year.  
  • Marks: Notwithstanding other factors discussed above, marks are the most important factor in determining a cutoff. If the majority of candidates appearing do not score well, the cutoff marks won’t spike. 
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Telangana cutoff for AIQ seats 

As discussed earlier, the details regarding 15% seats under the All India Quota will be published by the Medical Counselling Committee. Director General Of  Health Services acts in the representative capacity of MCC and releases details on 15% AIQ seats in Telangana. 

AIQ cutoff implies that 15% of the total seats under MBBS and BDS courses will be filled under AIQ quota. The AIQ cut off shall be released under different categories, i.e., General (unreserved), SC/ST, OBC, PwD and EWS(Economically Weaker Section). The said list is released in online mode.

Telangana cutoff for state quota seats 

As discussed earlier, 85% of seats under the Telangana state quota will be published by KNUHS (Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences). 

State quota cutoff implies that 85% of the total seats under MBBS and BDS courses will be filled under state quota. The state quota cutoff details will also be released online. The details will comprise of last eligible rank along with the corresponding scores. 

Telangana NEET 2019 college-wise Cutoff under state quota for MBBS

We are attaching the previous year College Wise NEET Cut Off for Telangana to give you a general idea. This will help you analyse what to expect. 

Name of CollegeGeneralSCSTOBC
APOLLO INST OF MED SCI, HYDERABAD19750560947664368333945087334445
AYAAN INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES95119436
BHASKAR MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOINABAD, R.R.(DST)4605250511554241391265441101068429
C ANANDA RAO INST. OF MED. SCI., KARIMNAGAR480565021119704178986344293173438
DECCAN COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES53981492
DR PATNAM MAHENDER REDDY INST OF MED SCI, CHEVELLA5606148911955440998193432110131419
ESI MEDICAL COLLEGE, SANATHNAGAR, HYD14684575631074784269151167930471
GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE, SECUNDERABAD9721592592524844073951546211505
GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE, MAHABUBNAGAR33028530899804426938646985020448
GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE, NALGONDA47728502990654318094945389725442
GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE, SURYAPET472145031036974268124645388246444
GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE, NIZAMABAD28953538873414456486147575667460
KAKATIYA MEDICAL COLLEGE, WARANGAL17626566711584665443949160915481
KAMINENI ACADEMY OF MEDICAL SCI AND RESEARCH, HYD26310544932914387537346178670456
KAMINENI INSTITUTE OF MED. SCI., NARKETPALLY86324447
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Telangana College-Wise Cut Off for 15% AIQ seats under MBBS

We are attaching a 2018 cutoff list for MBBS under AQI.

Name of CollegeGeneralOBCSCST
Gandhi Medical College, Murshidabad2362588941854111714531
ESIC Medical College, Hyderabad9070542
Osmania Medical College, Koti29874467645019745505
Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal95595405415143338905461
Government Medical College, Nizamabad100695385611543050779439
Government Medical College, Mahbubnagar101275385897242656133430
Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Adilabad102515376140642248928442

Conclusion

This article is only meant to give you a tentative idea about what to expect from NEET 2021 results. Telangana has some premier colleges for MBBS and dental courses. We wish you all the best for your results and hope you get into your college of choice.

 

 

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