ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR CITIZENS OF INDIA
Following are the list of eligibility criteria to be fulfilled by the aspirants willing to study MBBS from abroad:
- The student is required to have attained the age of 17 on December 31 of the year he/she is pursuing his/her admission. There is no upper age limit to apply for MBBS abroad.
- The student must have an aggregate percentage of at least 50% or above in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and must have studied English as a compulsory subject during his 10+2 years.
- Qualifying NEET Exam is Compulsory (Only for Indian candidates)
- Student should have a valid Passport
Neet Exemption 2020: As per MCI order dated 25/08/2020, A student can get admission abroad before appearing in NEET 2020 but HE/She should be eligible as per MCI norms for studying abroad also He/She must qualify NEET 2020 and if not possible in this year student must have to qualify it next year i.e 2021 and if failed to qualify He/She can continue his/her medical education abroad but can not appear in FMGE in future in India.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) score is valid for three years for Indian students wanting to pursue an undergraduate medical course abroad.
Clearing the long-existing confusion about the validity of NEET score, a notification by the Medical Council of India. Board of Governors stated: “Result of NEET shall be valid for three years from the date of declaration of result, entitling a candidate to pursue MBBS or equivalent medical course including pre-medical/language course, if any, followed by MBBS or equivalent medical course.”
→ Those students who have qualifying marks in NEET 2019 or NEET 2020, They are eligible to get admission up to three years from the date of declaration of result.
The tables given below contain the NEET 2021, NEET 2020 and NEET 2019 cut off ranks of all category candidates. NEET cut off data for the past 3 years will help establish the cut off trends However, the NEET cut off marks vary for the same percentile each year.
NEET 2021 Cut off percentile and score as per MCI/DCI Regulations:
|Category||NEET 2021 cutoff||NEET cutoff scores|
NEET 2020 Cut off percentile and score as per MCI/DCI Regulations:
|Category||NEET Cut off percentile||NEET 2020 cutoff scores|
|General – Physically Handicapped||45th||146-129|
|SC/ST/OBC- Physically Handicapped||40th||128-113|
NEET 2019 Cut off percentile and score as per MCI/DCI Regulations:
|Category||Minimum Qualifying Percentile||Qualifying Scores||Number of candidates qualified|
|Unreserved (UR)||50th Percentile||701-134||7,04,335|
|Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)||45th Percentile||133-120||266|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||40th Percentile||133-107||20,009|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||40th Percentile||133-107||8,455|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||40th Percentile||133-107||63,789|
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR CITIZENS OF PAKISTAN
For taking admission in an undergraduate Medical course in a Foreign Medical Institutions a candidate must have passed F.Sc. premedical with not less than 60% marks