NEET 2020 Cutoff and Previous Years' AIIMS MBBS Closing Rank

Check AIIMS MBBS Cutoff for previous years 2017 and 2018. Also, check category-wise and institute-wise AIIMS MBBS closing rank for 2018, 2017.

By Mohit ChauhanPublished : Aug 4, 2020 , 17:24 IST
NEET 2020 Cutoff and Previous Years' AIIMS MBBS Closing Rank

AIIMS Cut-off 2020 are the marks required to qualify the AIIMS MBBS 2020 exam. AIIMS Examination (replaced by NEET) is slated to take place on September 13, 2020. The National Testing Agency will release the NEET cut-off percentile after the announcement of NEET Result. The NTA shall announce the NEET 2020 Result in the second week of October 2020. Last year, AIIMS 2019 Examination was held on 25 and 26 May 2019 in two shifts, First Shift: 09.00 AM to 12.30 PM, Second Shift: 03.00 PM to 06.30 PM for a total of 1207 seats in 15 AIIMS institutes located in various cities of the country.

The results are rank/roll number wise and are only available online. The qualified candidates will get any separate communication informing them about the results. To check your AIIMS results click on any of the links below (the sites may be facing heavy traffic initially, so keep checking after some time. Here is the link to the pdf where you can check the list. 

AIIMS MBBS Result 2019: Roll number wise

AIIMS MBBS Result 2019: Overall rank wise

The minimum cut off scores is different for different categories. The minimum cut-off scores necessary for the Entrance Examination to determine eligibility for admission are given below:

Candidate Category

AIIMS MBBS 2019

Cut-Off Percentile

Equivalent AIIMS MBBS 2019

Cut Off Marks (2019)

General Category

50%

100 marks

OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)

45%

90 marks 

SC

40%

80 marks

ST

40%

80 marks

 Since the examination will be held in two shifts and a Normalization Procedure will be used to determine the eligibility. 

Previous Years' AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 

NEET Cutoff 2020 will be released by NTA. This includes the percentage marks which must be scored out of a total 200 marks in NEET medical entrance exam. Those candidates who secure marks equal to or more than NEET 2020 cutoff requirement are eligible for counselling and admission process. Here, we have included the cutoff of AIIMS MBBS of previous years.  

Candidate Category

AIIMS MBBS 2018

Cut-Off Percentile

AIIMS MBBS 2018

Cutoff Percentage

General Category

98.8334496

50%

OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)

97.0117712

45%

SC

93.6505421

40%

ST

93.6505421

40%

AIIMS MBBS: 2018 and 2017 Closing Rank 

  • AIIMS New Delhi 2018 and 2017 Closing Rank

Category

2018 

Closing rank 

 2017

Closing Rank

General

49

52

OBC

207

5,590

SC

655

1,143

ST

2090

4,478

  • AIIMS Bhopal 2018 and 2017 Closing Rank

Category

2018 

Closing Rank 

2017

Closing Rank

General

354

1,003

OBC

852

6,596

SC

3424

17,140

ST

8504

13,311

  • AIIMS Patna 2018 and 2017 Closing Rank

Category

2018 

Closing Rank 

2017

Closing Rank

General

718          

1,720

OBC

1394

2,494

SC

8440

16,342

ST

20393

-

  • AIIMS Jodhpur 2018 and 2017 Closing Rank

Category

2018 

Closing Rank 

Last Rank

General

258

753

OBC

758

979

SC

3579

16,536

ST

7714

12,484

AIIMS Rishikesh 2018 and 2017 Closing Rank

Category

2018 

Closing Rank 

Last Rank

General

480

1,382

OBC

1224

6,768

SC

5455

12,159

ST

17136

14,906

  • AIIMS Raipur 2018 and 2017 Closing Rank

Category

 2018 

Closing Rank 

2017 

Closing Rank

General

   636

1,536

OBC

1414

2,514

SC

7848

13,741

ST

19414

13,609

  • AIIMS Bhubaneswar: 2018 and 2017 Closing Rank

Category

2018 

Closing Rank 

2017 

Closing Rank

General

341

571

OBC

817

1,142

SC

4413

6,573

ST

4188

11,833

  •  AIIMS Mangalagiri  2018 Closing Rank
 Category

2018

  Closing Rank

General  846
OBC 6627
SC 8377
ST 9342

NTA NEET 2020: How Percentile is Determined?

AIIMS MBBS 2019 was conducted in two shifts. One morning and one evening shifts. In both the shifts, different question papers will be provided to the students for the attempt. In order to incorporate the differences (like the difference in the difficulty levels of two question papers and the number of candidates appearing in each shift, etc.) and to equalize the scoring procedure in the AIIMS MBBS 2019 exam, a normalization procedure will be used to determine right NEET 2020 cutoff percentage. These NEET 2019 cut off scores will be used to determine the final qualifying status of the student and only then the student will be considered eligible for counselling.

Normalisation Procedures in NEET MBBS 2019 are based on Percentile Scores. This method of determining the cutoff for AIIMS MBBS 2019 is considered optimized because it balances out the factors such as a number of aspirants, exam difficulty, preparation level of test takers, etc.

  • In the event of the percentiles for the two shifts being dissimilar/unequal, the lower of the two will be the eligibility cut-off for that category for all candidates (i.e. both shifts).

For instance, if in one shift, 99th percentile unreserved candidates qualify AIIMS MBBS exam by obtaining a minimum of 50% NEET 2020 cutoff, while in other shift, 98th percentile unreserved candidates obtain NEET cutoff 2020 requirement, then due to difference in percentiles from two shifts, normalization procedure will be used and 98th percentile will become the cutoff percentile of NEET 2020. 

How to Resolve Ties in NTA NEET 2020? Method of Tie Breaking

Merit List is prepared by AIIMS New Delhi which includes the list of all candidates who score minimum Cut-off Marks. It might happen that two students secure the same overall percentile in AIIMS MBBS 2019 entrance exam. Then the merit list in such cases will be determined by considering tie-breaking factors in the same order of priority as given below:

  1. Percentile in Biology: Candidate who scored higher percentile scores in Biology will be given the higher ranking.

  2. Percentile in Chemistry: If the tie still persists, then the candidate with higher percentile in Chemistry will be placed higher in order of the merit list.

  3. Percentile in Physics: If the tie still persists, then the candidate with higher percentile in Physics will be placed higher in order of the merit list.

  4. Percentile in General Knowledge: If the tie situation still persists, then the candidate with higher percentile in General Knowledge will be placed higher in order of the merit list.

  5. Age: Finally, if the tie situation between two candidates persists even after considering all the above factors, then a candidate who is senior in age will be placed higher in order of merit.

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