Maharashtra NEET Expected Cut Off 2019: Category and College wise cut off marks


Maharashtra NEET Expected Cut Off 2019: After the release of NEET result 2019 by NTA, every state will release the cut off for medical colleges. NEET Cut off for Maharashtra will be released by the Commissionerate, Common Entrance Test Cell (CET), Mumbai. The NEET cut off for Maharashtra is expected to be released in August months after the counseling process will be over. Like all other states and NEET result, the Maharashtra NEET cut off will also be released category wise.

Commissionerate, Common Entrance Test Cell (CET), Mumbai releases the cut off for NEET 2019 for the state quota medical seats. In state quota, 85% of seats of medical colleges are counted.  For rest 15% seats Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) releases the cut off marks. 

Only those candidates will be eligible to part in NEET State quota counseling in Maharashtra who will score more or equal marks to the NTA NEET Cut off 2019. Since the NTA hasn’t released the NEET result 2019 till now so we cannot predict about the Maharashtra NEET 2019 cut off but based on the previous years’ trends and score we can get an idea about the expected Maharashtra NEET cut off 2019.

Maharashtra NEET Expected Cut Off 2019

As we stated above that only those candidates will be eligible to get admission in the medical colleges of Maharashtra who will qualify the NEET exam by scoring the minimum marks cut off marks in it. Here is the expected NEET 2019 cut off;

Read more about NEET state wise rank list 2019 from here, click on blue link.

NEET Maharashtra Cut Off 2018

Now, have a look at Maharashtra NEET cut off for the previous year;

Admission in Medical Colleges in Maharashtra

Securing admission in one of the eminent medical colleges in the state of Maharashtra require a lot of effort.  Here is the list of MBBS and BDS colleges in Maharashtra which will offer admission to the NEET qualifiers in 2019.

Total government MBBS seats in Maharashtra 2019

Total Private Medical Colleges MBBS seats in Maharashtra 2019

Total BDS seats in government medical colleges in Maharashtra 2019

Total BDS seats in private medical colleges in Maharashtra 2019

Maharashtra NEET Counselling Schedule 2019

After the release of NEET result in 2019, the counseling process will start in Maharashtra medical colleges. The counselling process will start from online registration. NEET qualified candidates can do the online registration to apply for counselling process in Maharashtra medical colleges. After the registration process will get over then the colleges will release their cut off for NEET 2019. The counselling process will be conducted online and applicants will have to visit the colleges only for the documents verification.

As of now the NEET counselling authority of Maharashtra hasn’t declare any date to start the counselling process so here we have given the expected dates related to the counseling process. We have taken this schedule from the previous years’ counselling dates;

NEET seat are divided into All India Quota Seats and State Quota Seats. Although the selection exam was conducted by NTA for both the seats but the cut-off marks and counseling procedure will be conducted by separate authorities.

For 15% All India Quota seats, cut-off marks and counseling will be organized by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on the behalf of Medical Counseling Committee (MCC), India and for 85% state quota seats it will be released by designated state authorities.

Cut-off and counseling activities will be conducted by separate authorities. The merit and cut-off list will be released by the concerned government medical colleges, central universities and other colleges as per the directions of. On the other hand, for 85% state quota seats it will be released by the respective state authorities.

NEET Cut-off for Maharashtra will be released by all the medical and dental colleges of the state separately as per the norms of Directorate of Medical Education & Research (DMER), Government of Maharashtra. DMER is the authority that will be conducting NEET (UG) 2019 counseling. Each medical college release its own cut-off marks list for various categories of the candidates on the basis of which admissions are granted. NEET cut-off for Maharashtra State is expected to release in the second week of June 2019.

Here, we have shared all the necessary information about NEET Maharashtra Expected cut-off marks under the state quota and all India Quota seats. The article provided here include information on NEET category-wise cut-off marks, previous year cut-off marks, expected cut-off, college-wise cut-off marks, etc.    

Maharashtra NEET Cut-off- An overview

Maharashtra NEET Cut-Off Marks- Important Dates

Official schedule will be updated soon

Maharashtra NEET Cut-Off marks  

Maharashtra NEET cut-off marks are simply the minimum marks required by the candidates to be eligible to get admission to the medical and dental college. Cut off marks are prepared on the basis of different factors of examination and admission. These factors are-   

  • Total number of candidates
  • Total no. of seats available in the particular college,
  • Category-wise Reservation criteria  
  • Difficulty level of entrance exam
  • Total marks
  • Marking scheme  

NEET Maharashtra cut off list will be released separately by all the government and private medical/dental colleges of the state as per the policy of DMER Maharashtra. Candidates can check the cut-off marks list of their preferred college online. Each college will publish its category-wise cut-off marks on its official website. Along with this, candidates can also access cut-off marks list on DMER website.

Through which candidates will get an idea whether they are eligible to get admission to the respective college or not and can fill their preferences accordingly at the time of application for counseling.   

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