NEET 2024 Cutoff for Deemed Universities

Rohan Tyagi

Updated On: February 23, 2024 02:24 am IST | NEET

NEET Cutoff 2024 for Deemed Universities depends on multiple factors and is different for every varsity. All the key information about the expected NEET 2024 Cutoff for Deemed Universities for MBBS College is available on this page.

NEET Cutoff for Deemed Universities for MBBS College

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Deemed Universities: The NEET 2024 cutoff will be a crucial factor that determines a candidate's chances of admission, and this is no different for deemed universities. Deemed universities are privately-owned institutions that offer undergraduate medical courses, and the NEET cutoff for these universities plays a pivotal role in the admission process. As per NEET 2023’s results, the minimum cutoff criteria is 50% for applicants in the general category and the cutoff for SC/ST/OBC is 40%.

This article aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the expected NEET 2024 cutoff for deemed universities, including its significance, the factors that determine it, and how it impacts the admission process.

Factors that Determine NEET 2024 Cutoff for Deemed Universities

In the case of deemed universities, the NEET cutoff is determined by several factors, including:

The total number of seats available

The number of seats available in deemed universities is a crucial factor that impacts the cutoff. If the number of seats is limited, the cutoff tends to be higher.

The difficulty level of the NEET 2024 exam

The difficulty level of the NEET exam is another significant factor that impacts the cutoff. If the exam is challenging, the cutoff tends to be lower.

The number of applicants

The number of candidates appearing for the NEET exam is another crucial factor that determines the cutoff. If the number of applicants is high, the cutoff tends to be higher.

Previous year cutoff trends

The previous year's cutoff trends also play a role in determining the current year's cutoff. If the previous year's cutoff was high, the current year's cutoff tends to be higher.

Reservation Policies

Deemed universities follow reservation policies, and the cutoff for each category is different. The number of seats reserved for each category and the number of applicants also impact the cutoff for each category.

These factors collectively influence the NEET 2024 cutoff for deemed universities, and understanding them can help candidates gauge their chances of securing admission to their preferred institution.

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Deemed Universities (Expected)

The following table shows the expected Neet 2024 MBBS cutoff for Deemed University:-

Name of college

NEET 2024 Marks

(Expected Cut off)

Approximate Annual Fee

GITAM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Visakhapatnam


Rs 20,75,000/-

Humdard IMS, New Delhi

MM- 540

MN G-584

Rs 12,00,000/-

SBKS Medical Institute and Research Centre, Vadodara

GM- 317- 320

MNG- 439-445

Rs 15,95,000/-

Maharishi Markandeshwar IMS, Ambala


Rs 15,00,000/-

B.M Patil medical college, Bijapur


Rs 17,00,000/-

JSS Medical College, Mysore


Rs 14,75,000/-

Jawaharlal Medical College, Belgaum


Rs 18,00,000/-

Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore


Rs 14,40,000/-

Kasturba Medical College, Manipal


Rs 14,40,000/-

KS Hede Medical College


Rs 15,35,000/-

Raja Rajeshvari Medical College, Bangalore


Rs 23,00,000/-

Sri Devaraj URS Medical College, Kolar


Rs 14,50,000/-

Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore

MNG- 430

MM- 400

Rs 17,50,000/-

Amrita School of Medicine, Kochi


Rs 18,00,000/-

Bharati Vidyapeeth Hospital, Pune


Rs 20,00,000/-

Bharati Vidyapeeth Hospital, Sangli


Rs 20,00,000/-

Dy Patil Medical College, Pune


Rs 22,00,000/-

Dy Patil Medical College, Kolhapur


Rs 20,00,000/-

Jawaharlal Medical College, Wardha


Rs 20,50,000/-

Institute of Medical Science and Hospital, Bhuvneshwar


Rs 17.00,000/-

Kalinga Institute of Medical Science, Bhuvneshwar 


Rs 16,00,000/-

Rural Medical College, Loni


Rs 14,00,500/-

Mahatma Gandhi Mission Medical College, Aurangabad


Rs 20,00,000/-

Also Read:-Top 20 Medical Colleges: Estimated NEET 2024 Cutoff, Opening & Closing Ranks

State-wise NEET Cutoff 2024 (Expected)

Several states also publish NEET cutoff scores for both the All India Quota (AIQ) and the State Quota. You can look at previous years' cutoffs for different states to get an idea of what the NEET 2024 cutoff will be. Click on the name of your state in the table below. There, you'll be able to see the NEET cutoff scores for various institutes, which will help you figure out what your chances are this year.

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Andhra Pradesh

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Bihar

NEET 2024 Cutoff for HP

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Haryana

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Gujarat

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Karnataka

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Kerala

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Maharashtra

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Odisha

NEET 2024 Cutoff for Tamil Nadu

NEET 2024 Cutoff for MP


Neet Cutoff 2024 for MBBS in Deemed Universities (Expected)

The number of total MBBS seats has increased for NEET 2024. This will affect the NEET 2024 cutoff for MBBS in deemed universities. Following is the list of expected NEET cutoffs for MBBS Course in different medical colleges of India:-


Opening Rank

Closing Rank

Aiims, Delhi



Jipmer, Puducherry



Bahiramjee Jijibhai Medical College, Pune



Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi



Govt.Medical College, Kota



S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur



Govt.Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram



Vmmc And Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi



Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai



Government Medical College And Hospital, Chandigarh



Also Read: NEET 2024 MBBS Seats in Government Medical Colleges

NEET Cutoff 2024 for BDS in Deemed Universities (Expected)

The expected NEET 2024 cutoff for BDS courses in various medical colleges in universities of India -

Name of Medical Colleges


NEET 2021 closing rank

NEET 2020 closing rank

NEET 2019 closing rank

NEET 2018 closing rank

Yenepoya Dental College, Yenepoya






SRM Katt. Dental College and Hospital, Chennai






KM Shah Dental College, Vadodara

Jain minority





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Aarupadai Veedu Institute of Technology (AVIT), Chennai

Acharya Institute of Health Sciences (AIHS), Bangalore

Baba Farid Group of Institutions (BFGI), Bathinda

Baddi University of Emerging Sciences and Technologies (BUEST), Solan

Bharath Institute of Higher Education And Research (BIHER), Chennai

Centurion University of Technology and Management (CUTM), Bhubaneswar

CT University (CTU), Ludhiana

Gulzar Group of Institutes (GGI), Ludhiana

IIMT University (IIMTU), Meerut

Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phoole University - (MJRP), Jaipur

Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University) - [MMDU] Mullana, Ambala

Parul University, Gujarat

Poddar Group of Institutions (PGI), Jaipur

T. John Group of Institutions, Bangalore

Siksha 'O' Anusandhan University - SOA Bhubaneswar

University of Technology - Sanganer (UOT), Jaipur

NEET Cut Off 2024 for Deemed Universities varies every year and candidates are advised to refer to the previous year's cut-off to get an idea of the expected cut-off for the current year. It is essential for candidates to prepare well and aim for a score above the cut-off to secure admission in their desired medical courses. We hope this article provides useful insights into NEET 2024 Cut Off for Deemed Universities and helps students make informed decisions about their medical careers.

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What is the NEET 2022 cutoff for AIIMS Delhi?

Considering the popularity and the reputation of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, the minimum cutoff percentile required for MBBS is 98.83 for General category students and 97 percentile for SC/ST/OBC students.


Can I get admission to a private medical college without NEET 2022?

No. Any medical aspirant cannot get admission in any MBBS, or BDS course in any medical college in India if he/she has not qualified for NEET 2022. 


How many marks are needed to score above the NEET cutoff of 2022?

NEET cutoff marks change every year for the applicants. The expected NEET 2022 cutoff is 720-138 for Unreserved category students. All the students must prepare to score above the minimum cutoff marks to get in a good medical college in the country.


What is NEET Cutoff?

As soon as the NEET 2022 is conducted, the scores of all the applicants are calculated and a minimum score is decided by the NTA called the NEET 2022 Cutoff. This score differs for reserved and unreserved category students. All the candidates who have secured a NEET score at least of NEET cutoff are considered eligible for NEET 2022 counselling rounds.


How many marks are enough for a good medical college for MBBS in NEET 2022?

Looking at the previous years' trend, a NEET score of 600 or above is considered decent to get admission to top medical colleges in the country.


Which state has the minimum NEET 2022 Cutoff?

According to the previous NEET records, Goa has the least NEET cutoff marks for MBBS and BDS courses in the entire country. The Goa Medical College, Bambolin is a government medical college that accepts entries with at least NEET Cutoff marks.


Is the NEET 2022 cutoff different for every college?

The cutoff for every medical college is it government or private differs from each other depending on the popularity and priority of applicants. The NEET 2022 cutoff changes every year for every medical college.


Will the cutoff for NEET 2022 will increase for deemed universities?

The NEET 2022 Cutoff depends on the total number of applicants, The difficulty level of the exam, and the total number of offered seats. The expected cutoff for NEET 2022 is 50th percentile for Unreserved category students and 40 percentile for SC/ST/OBC students.


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