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NEET UG 2024: Top medical institutes as per NIRF rankings, last year's cut-off marks

The results for NEET UG 2024 exam have been announced by the National Testing Agency. Qualified medical aspirants seeking admission to MBBS/BDS courses can check list of the top institutes and their last year's cut-off marks here.

Written By: Nidhi Mittal @nidhi_mittal09 New Delhi Updated on: June 06, 2024 14:08 IST
Top medical institutions as per NIRF rankings
Image Source : FREEPIK Top medical institutions as per NIRF rankings

The National Testing Agency (NTA) declared the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET UG 2024) results on June 4. As per results, this year, 56.4 percent of students have qualified for the medical entrance exam. The exams were conducted on May 5 for admission to the MBBS/BDS courses in AIIMS and JIPMER. The counselling procedure is yet to be done. The details about the counselling procedure will be intimated in due course of time. Admission to the best colleges will be done based on the student's performance in the NEET and their percentile. 

It should be noted that the percentile requirements for each college vary. Mostly, colleges that rank high in the NIRF rankings release high cut-offs for admissions. In this article, we provide information about the top medical institutions and their cut-offs from last year. 

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Top Medical colleges as per NIRF rankings and their last year's cut-off

  1.  All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi is one of the best medical institutions. To get admission to this college,  a student's marks should meet or exceed the cut-off scores. The cut-off marks for AIIMS, New Delhi are always high compared to other colleges. Last year, its cut-off was over the 98th percentile.
  2. Chandigarh's Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMR) is known for its excellent medical education. Last year, those who scored 97 percentile or more got admission to this college through NEET.
  3. Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore College had a 95 percentile cutoff for NEET admission.
  4. National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore's had a cutoff of 94th percentile last year.
  5. JIPMER College was ranked number 5 by NIRF in 2023. Candidates seeking admission to JIPMER can expect a cutoff score of 92 to 93 percentile for NEET UG 2024, the same as last year.
  6. JIPMER, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham was ranked sixth. As a growing institute, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham expects the cutoff score for NEET UG 2024 to be around the 91st percentile. Students with scores in the 89th to 90th percentile can gain admission to these colleges.
  7. Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI), Lucknow was ranked seventh in the NIRF rankings for the year 2023. The institute has also been recognised for research and patient care. Students seeking admission to SGPGI can expect a cutoff score of around 90th percentile for NEET UG 2024.
  8. Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS) of Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi was ranked 8th by NIRF in 2023. BHU typically sets its cutoff score in the 89th to 90th percentile, and it is expected to be similar this year.
  9. Kasturba Medical College, Manipal was ranked 9th by NIRF in 2023. Known for its academics and modern facilities, Kasturba Medical College expects a cutoff score of around the 88th percentile for NEET UG 2024.
  10. Sri Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology was ranked 10th in the NIRF rankings. Renowned for its focus on medical science and technology, this institute is expected to have a cutoff score of 87 to 88 percentile for NEET UG 2024, similar to last year.
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