Directorate of Medical and Research, Haryana (DMER)will soon bring up the NEET 2021 cut-off list for Haryana after all the admission process are finally over. The cut-off will be released separately for the all-India quota (AIQ) seats and also for the state quota seats. Sadly, the number mentioned as cut-off is the last rank that candidates must obtain at any cost to get admission into the MBBS or BDS courses.
Besides, DMER is responsible for conducting the state counselling process for 85% of seats in government as well as 100% seats in both private medical or dental colleges of the state. Some of the very crucial factors that are considered while determining the cut-off such as the difficulty level of the exam, number of candidates applying for admission and total number of seats present etc.
NEET cut-off for 15% AIQ seats will be out by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on its official website. The cut-off will include the all India rank of the candidate along with the college or course allotted to all the students.
DMER, Haryana is the authority responsible for conducting the counselling and releasing the cut-off for college admissions. The cut-off will be released category wise. Also, candidates are required to participate in the state counselling process too for admission to the state quota seats.
In addition, it is important to know that cut-off varies each year, however, previous year’s cutoff is also offered to the students to have a rough idea about their chances of getting their dream college. Given below is the cut off list for last year.