National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released the NEET MDS 2022 minimum qualifying marks today, May 28, 2022. The candidates can check out the NEET MDS result and minimum qualifying marks on the official website, nbe.edu.in. The NEET MDS scorecard 2022 shall be available from June 02, 2022, onwards. Earlier, the board has announced the NEET MDS result on May 02, 2022 on the official website.
NEET MDS 2022 Merit List
The board has released the NEET MDS 2022 merit list that comprises the rank assigned to the candidates on the basis of the marks scored in the exam. Also, the board has announced that the candidates who shall be provided admission under the All India 50% quota seats shall be published on the board’s website. Whereas, those who got selection under the state quota can check the merit list on their respective websites.
NEET MDS 2022 Qualifying Marks
The board has released the NEET MDS 2022 minimum qualifying marks and cut off marks. Upon analysis, it was found that the cut off marks for this year have seen a rise across all the categories. Earlier, the cut-off mark for the unreserved category was 259 while this year it has been increased by 4 marks. For the reserved category, the cut off marks for NEET MDS 2022 remain unchanged. While for the physically disabled category the NEET MDS cut off marks have been increased by 2 marks. Candidates can check out the table below to know more about the category wise NEET MDS 2022 cut off marks:
|Category||Cut off percentile||NEET MDS Cutoff Marks|
|General and EWS||50th percentile||263|
|General and EWS – PH||45th percentile||245|
|SC/ST/OBC – PH||40th percentile||227|
What’s Next After NEET MDS 2022 Cut Off Marks?
Now, as the NEET MDS 2022 rank list has been released, the candidates who are assigned a rank shall be called for the counselling round. This counselling round shall be conducted on a date as decided by the board. The final admission to any college is subjected to a candidate’s rank in the exam. As of now, around 6,501 MDS seats are to be filled under 50% All India Quota seats, 50% state quota seats, deemed/central universities, ESIC, and private universities.