NEW DELHI, Sep. 10, 2022 (TBINN)
The cut-off score to qualify for getting admission to a medical college has dropped to its lowest levels ever at 16 per cent, 117 out of 720, for Open Category and 13 per cent, 93 out of 720, for the Reserved Category.
This corresponds to the 50th and 40th percentile cut-off for the Open and Reserved categories, respectively. The cut-off scores have generally hovered around 130s to 140s for General Category and about 105 to 120 for the Reserved categories in most years since the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (N.E.E.T.) was introduced in 2016, 2018-19 being an exception.