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8.7 lakh qualify for NEET 2021

This year over 16 lakh students appeared in the entrance test, out of which 8,70,075 candidates qualified for the exam. The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the NEET exam on September 12, 2021 and the result for the same was announced on November 1.
The All India Rank (AIR) 1 holder is from Hyderabad, Mrinal Kutteri is the topper with 720/720 marks. The other two toppers, namely Tanmay Gupta from Delhi and Karthika G Nair from Mumbai, secured AIR 2nd and 3rd , respectively.
The overall NEET result highlights the increase in the number of aspirants from 2020 to 2021.
As per the data, 13, 66,945 candidates appeared for the exam in 2020 and 15, 44,275 candidates in 2021, there has been an uptick of 1.09%.
Aspirants can view the exam results on the official website – neet.nta.nic.in. The cut-off list of NEET 2021 was released along with the result by the NTA. Minimum NEET cut-off scores are required to clear the exam and it differs for all categories. For general category, the minimum cut-off is 50th percentile and 720-138 is the cut-off scores.
If we look at the gender-wise result statistics, 4, 94,806 female candidates cleared the exam, while the boys number was 3, 75,260. The data clearly reflects that girls outshone boys this time. Post the NEET 2021 result, the NEET counselling 2021 process will start for qualified candidates.
The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will organise the counselling for 15% All India
Quota (AIQ) seats, central universities, AFMS, and AIIMS. While the state counselling bodies will conduct the counselling for the remaining 85% state quota seats from government and private MBBS colleges.

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