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NEET-UG 2022 Result Announced: Cut-off, All India Quota (AIQ) & State-Quota

    Home / Blog / NEET-UG 2022 Result Announced: Cut-off, All India Quota (AIQ) & State-Quota

NEET-UG 2022 Result Announced: Cut-off, All India Quota (AIQ) & State-Quota

  • ALLEN Overseas
  • September 9, 2022
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NEET-UG 2022 Result:

The most-awaited NEET-UG 2022 result was declared by NTA on 7 September 2022 on its official website, www.neet.nta.nic.in. Along with the result, the NEET-UG 2022 category-wise cut-off has also been announced. Students who appeared for the exam can download their scorecards from the official website. In addition, the NEET-UG 2022 Final Answer Key has also been released after the announcement of the result.

The NEET-UG 2022 examination was conducted by NTA on 17 July 2022 in pen-&-paper based mode for 1872343 candidates at 3570 different centres in 497 cities in India and 14 cities outside India. As per the topper’s list released by the NTA, ALLENite Tanishka secured AIR 1 (All India Rank 1). She has been a classroom student at ALLEN Career Institute, Kota, for the last two years. 

How to download NEET-UG 2022 Scorecard?

Follow the given steps:

  • Visit the official website www.neet.nta.nic.in.
  • Click on the NEET UG 2022 result link.
  • Enter the login credentials, including your Application Number, Date of Birth and security pin.
  • NEET-UG 2022 Scorecard will be displayed on the screen.
  • Download the scorecard and take a printout for future reference.

NEET-UG 2022 scorecard carries the candidate’s personal information, subject-wise marks, total marks, percentile score, and cut-off.

NEET-UG 2022 Cut-off

Along with the result, NEET-UG 2022 cut-off has also been released. NEET-UG 2022 cut-off is the minimum qualifying score a candidate needs to secure to qualify the NEET-UG entrance examination. Here’s the cut-off percentile and score as per MCI/DCI regulations:

Category Cut-off Percentile Cut-off Score No. of Candidates
UR/EWS 50th Percentile 715-117 881402
OBC 40th Percentile 116-93 74458
SC 40th Percentile 116-93 26087
ST 40th Percentile 116-93 10565
UR/EWS-PwD 45th Percentile 116-105 328
OBC-PwD 40th Percentile 104-93 160
SC-PwD 40th Percentile 104-93 56
ST-PwD 40th Percentile 104-93 13

NEET-UG 2022 Result Statistics:

Candidates 2019 2020 2021 2022
No. of candidates registered 1519375 1597435 1614777 1872343
No. of candidates present 1410755 1366945 1544273 1764571
No. of candidates absent 108620 230490 70504 107772
Indian Nationals 1516066 1593907 1612276 1870015
NRIs 1884 1869 1054 910
OCIs 675 732 564 647
PIO 63 49
Foreigners 687 878 883 771
Male 680414 716586 710988 807538
Female 838955 880843 903774 1064794
Transgender 6 6 15 11
Un Reserved 534072 475534 46-853 56594
SC 211303 221253 235667 268750
ST 96456 100519 100900 113830
OBC 677544 706214 693652 791135
EWS 93915 123705 132664
Number of Cities 154 155 202 

(including Kuwait and Dubai)

497 (including 14 cities outside India)
Number of Languages 11 11 13 13
Number of Centres 2546 3862 3858 3570

NEET-UG Nationality-wise No. of Candidates Registered, Appeared and Qualified during 2021 and 2022

Nationality NEET-UG 2021 NEET-UG 2022
Registered Appeared Qualified Registered Appeared Qualified
Indian 1612263 1542099 868483 1870015 1762476 991629
Foreigner 885 695 427 771 676 424
NRI 1064 962 736 910 851 558
OCI 565 519 428 647 568 458
PIO
Total 1597435 1366945 771500 1872343 1764571 993069

NEET-UG Seat Allocation – All India Quota

15% of the total seats are reserved under the All India Quota (AIQ). The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Government of India, will conduct the Counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats, Deemed Universities, Central Universities, Seats of ESIC and AFMC, BHU & AMU. Seats reserved under the All India Quota are open to all qualified candidates, including…

  • Indian Nationals
  • Foreign Nationals 
  • NRIs
  • Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs)
  • Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs).

Candidates from any state can participate in 15% All India Quota Counselling. NTA draws the merit list of qualified candidates for 15% All India Quota seats. Only those candidates who appeared on the merit list will be called for online counselling. 

Furthermore, within this 15% AIQ, there are reservations for different categories as well, which are as follows:

Category Reservation under AIQ
OBC 27% seats
SC 15% seats
ST 7.5% seats
PwD 5% seats

Seat allotment under 15% All India Quota is determined by order of merit lists and centralised NEET counselling. During the counselling sessions, candidates can select their preferred college. But the current Indian reservation Policy determines candidates’ admission to medical programmes.

However, there are certain exceptions to this, as candidates from certain states are ineligible for the AIQ because they chose not to participate. Such candidates must provide a self-declaration form to take part in the 15% AIQ counselling. They must meet the requirements in order to apply for admission to any private medical schools, deemed universities, or even the AFMC.

NEET-UG State Quota- 85%

The State Quota account for 85% of the seats. It means that in each Indian state, 85% of the total medical seats (government) are reserved for candidates residing in that specific state. The allotment of these seats is based on NEET-UG 2022 scores and counselling at the state level. Candidates may apply to their domicile states and merit list as per State rules and based on All India Rank will be prepared by concerned Counselling Authorities. The concerned State Counselling Authority will also conduct counselling for Private Medical Colleges. 

Candidates are advised to contact the respective Counselling Authorities and Institutions concerned for further details.

NEET-UG NRI Quota:

Apart from the 15% All India Quota and 85% State Quota, there is also a 15% designated special quota for NRIs (Non-Residents Indians) known as the NRI Quota. MCI (Medical Council of India) has reserved 15% of the seats in many colleges under the NRI quota. 

The NRI Quota also includes Persons of Indian Origin (POI) and Overseas Citizens of India (OCI); however, it is mandatory for all candidates to pass the NEET UG examination.

MCI has exclusively reserved the NRI quota for students who live and study outside India yet are originally from the country. Therefore, NRI students can easily acquire admission in these 15% reserved seats and study in prestigious Indian medical institutes through NRI Quota. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: Who scored the highest marks in NEET 2022?

A: ALLENite Tanishka secured the AIR-1 in NEET-UG 2022 by securing 715 marks out of 720.

Q: What are the minimum marks required to qualify NEET?

A: The minimum marks required to qualify NEET-UG 2022 are 715-117 for UR/EWS category and 116-93 for other categories.

Q: When NEET 2022 Counselling will start?

A: The NEET-UG 2022 counselling is expected to start in September or October 2022.

Q: Who is eligible for the 15% All India Quota?

A: Indian Nationals, Foreign Nationals, NRIs, Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs), and Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) are eligible to apply for the 15% All India Quota.

Q: Is 570 marks a good score in NEET 2022?

A: Yes, 570 could be considered as a good score in NEET-UG 2022.

Q: How many marks are enough for AIIMS?

A: It’s hard to predict; however, a minimum of 630+ marks are generally required to secure a seat in AIIMS.

Q: From where can I download the NEET 2022 Overseas Question Papers?

A: To download the NEET-UG 2022 Overseas question papers, click here.

Q: From where can I check the video solution for NEET 2022 Overseas Papers?

A: To check the subject-wise video solutions for NEET-UG 2022 Overseas Paper, kindly click here.

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