NEET Exam Result 2019

NEET UG is conducted for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in India in medical/dental colleges run with the approval of the Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India.
NEET examination was conducted on May 5 & 20, 2019 in 156 cities across the country
National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the result of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019 on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.
NEET exam was conducted in Hindi, English, Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada.
The NEET is a three-hour long exam which includes three sections – physics, chemistry, and biology. Of the total 180 questions, 90 would be from biology and 45 each from physics and chemistry. The national level competitive exam is a pre-requisite for admission to medical and dental courses in India and abroad for Indian students.
14,10,755 candidates had appeared for the exam out of which 7,97,042 cleared the examination successfully-overall pass percentage to 56.49 percent.
A total of 8.38 lakh (8, 38,955) female candidates appeared in the NEET examination, while 6,80,414 male candidates appeared for the examination. Over 5.34 lakh (5,34,072) candidates from general category appeared in the NEET
A total of 1,884 candidates belong to NRI category appeared in the NEET 2019
10,8620 candidates were absent for NEET 2019
How many candidates from reserve categories crack NEET 2019 As many as 63,789 OBC candidates and 20,009 students from SC category and 8,455 candidates from ST category have cleared the NEET 2019. For reserved category candidates, the eligibility criterion is to secure 40 percentile of the total marks which comes to 133 to 107 marks.
Minimum marks required to qualify NEET 2019 To qualify NEET or to get admission in the MBBS/BSD courses in India-based institutes, candidates need to obtain minimum 50th percentile in exam. For reserved category students, the minimum marks required to qualify are 40th percentile and for PwD candidates it is 45th percentile. Now, over 7 lakh candidates who have cleared the exam will have to appear for counselling. According to a press release by the National Testing Agency (NTA), general  category students who scored at least 134 marks in the NEET exam will be able to attend the counseling to take admission to the medical colleges. For the reserved category students, the cut off was at a minimum of 107 marks. NEET 2018 cut off list:– The cut-off for the general category was 119 marks, for SC/ST and OBC categories was 96 and for candidates with special needs was between 107 and 118.  
Marks obtain by the UR category candidates: Around 7, 04,335 candidates belonging to the unreserved category secured marks between 701 and 134. The qualifying criteria for this category is 50th percentile or 701 to 134 marks
“The expected general cut off for NEET qualified would vary between 125-135 marks. But for admissions in colleges the cut off may vary 510-520 marks,” said Joshi.( Academic head, Gradeup, Navin C Joshi)
Rajasthan’s Nalin Khandelwal has obtained the All India Rank (AIR) 1 in NEET UG 2019 with 99.9999291 percentile and 701 marks.
Madhuri Reddy from Telangana with 695 marks and all India Rank 7 has topped among the Females
Delhi’s Bhavik Bansal bagged the second rank with 700 marks. Although Akshat Kaushik from Uttar Pradesh also scored 700 marks, he came in third.
The top 10 rank holders-NEET 2019 Rank 1: Nalin Khandelwal (Rajasthan) Rank 2: Bhavik Bansal (Delhi) Rank 3: Akshat Kaushik (Uttar Pradesh) Rank 4: Swastik Bhatia (Haryana) Rank 5: Anant Jain (Uttar Pradesh) Rank 6: Bhat Sarthak Raghavendra (Maharashtra) Rank 7: Madhuri Reddy G (Telangana) Rank 8: Dhruv Kuswaha (Uttar Pradesh) Rank 9: Mihir Rai (Delhi) Rank 10: Raghav Dubey (Madhya Pradesh) The top 10 female toppers--NEET 2019 Rank 7: Madhuri Reddy G (Telangana) Rank 15: Kirti Agarwal (Madhya Pradesh) Rank 16: Qureshi Asra (Andhra Pradesh) Rank 18: Harshvi Nayan Jobanputra (Gujarat) Rank 31: Hrudya Lakshmi Bose (Kerala) Rank 38: Vishwa Rakseh (Delhi) Rank 41: Ashu (Haryana) Rank 52: Agarwal Disha Samir (Maharashtra) Rank 56: Ishika Gupta (Delhi) Rank 57: Shruthi K (Tamil Nadu) The top 10 male toppers-NEET 2019 Rank 1: Rank 1: Nalin Khandelwal (Rajasthan) Rank 2: Bhavik Bansal (Delhi) Rank 3: Akshat Kaushik (Uttar Pradesh) Rank 4: Swastik Bhatia (Haryana) Rank 5: Anant Jain (Uttar Pradesh) Rank 6: Bhat Sarthak Raghavendra (Maharashtra) Rank 8: Dhruv Kushwaha (Uttar Pradesh) Rank 9: Mihir Rai (Delhi) Rank 10: Raghav Dubey (Madhya Pradesh) 5 male toppers under PH category- NEET 2019 Rank 6935: Bheraram (Rajasthan) Rank 8136: Shobhit Tyagi (Uttar Pradesh) Rank 14041: Souvik Ghosh (West Bengal) Rank 14991: Faisal Ansari (Madhya Pradesh) Rank 15623: Karvanna Prabu K K (Tamil Nadu) 5 female toppers under PH category- NEET 2019 Rank 5739: Sabhyata Singh Kushwaha (Uttar Pradesh) Rank 18067: Jaya Patidar (Madhya Pradesh) Rank 26873: Bidisha Ghosh (West Bengal) Rank 27459: Aashi Sinha (Bihar) Rank 28338: Archana gurjar (Rajasthan)  
 Nalin said that he always enjoyed studying and never studied when he was tired. He made daily targets during his exam-preparation and made sure he slept for 7 hours every day, coaching institute Allen reported. NEET topper Nalin Khandelwal made a strategy to crack the NEET exam and focused on NCERT syllabus. He used to do multiple reading of a single topic and also prepared notes. Nalin said that he also practised JEE Mains previous year papers. est for the preparation of competitive examinations. (The Indian Express) I concentrated solely on studies since the past two years and didn’t have a smartphone. I was also not active on social media before the exams,” said Khandelwal (NEET 2019 AIR 1).
Bhavik (NEET 2019 AIR 2) believes that NCERT is the core of NEET. He believes that AIIMS tests skill sets of the aspirant better. Having a rank higher or lower does not make one any more knowledgeable, he said.
  What is percentile rank? A percentile rank is the percentage of score that falls below a given score in a group. The Percentile score of a Candidate will be calculated as follows: 100xNumber of candidates appeared with raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate divided by total number of the candidates appeared.