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Over 16 Lakh Candidates Register for NEET 2021: Check Trend Here

Simran Saini
Simran SainiUpdated On: September 12, 2021 | NEET UG

Over 16 lakh candidates register for NEET 2021 which is the highest number ever since the exam has been conducted. Check the latest trends related to NEET 2021 here.

Candidates Registered for NEET 2021

Over 16 lakh candidates have registered for NEET 2021 which is the highest number ever since the exam has been conducted. One of the major reasons for such a high number of applicants in NEET 2021 is that it is the only entrance examination for MBBS admissions in India. The number of candidates appearing for NEET 2021 in Indian languages has also increased. Over 3.4 lakh candidates have applied for NEET 2021 exam in Indian languages.

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How many students registered for NEET 2021?

According to the reports, the number of students appearing in NEET 2021 has increased significantly from 11.4 lakh in 2017 to 16.1 lakh in 2021. The number of female candidates appearing in NEET 2021 has also increased over the past 5 years. Over 9 lakh (40.8%) female candidates will appear in the NEET 2021 exam. Let us have a look at the total number of students registered for NEET 2021 category wise:

Total number of candidates appearing in NEET 2021

Over 16 Lakh candidates
SC 2,34, 841
ST1,00, 648
UR4, 66, 036
OBC 6, 89, 503
EWS1, 17, 714
PWD5,972

NEET 2021 Registration Trend for Past 5 Years

The NEET 2021 registration trend for the past five years:

YearFemale CandidatesMale CandidatesTransgenderTotal No. of Candidates
20176,41,8394,97,043813,38,890
20187,46,0765,80,648213,23,672
20198,38,9556,80,434615, 19,379
20208,80,8437,16,586615,97,435
20219,01,5087,11,1961016,14,714

Top 4 Indian Languages for NEET 2021

Apart from Hindi, the number of candidates appearing for NEET 2021 in Indian languages has also increased. The top 3 Indian languages for NEET 2021 are as follows:

LangaugeTotal No. of Candidates
Hindi2, 30,000
Gujarati49,943
Bengali35,118
Tamil19,867

Top States in NEET 2021 Registrations

These 6 states comprise more than 1 lakh candidates and comprise a total of 53.4% of the total applications in NEET 2021. Check out the top states in NEET 2021 registrations are here:

StateNo. of Candidates
Maharashtra2,16,084
Uttar Pradesh1,93,484
Rajasthan1,16,510
Kerala1, 14, 836
Tamil Nadu1,12,890
Karnataka1,09,570

Top States in NEET 2021 with High Female Ratio

Have a look at the top states in NEET 2021 with high female ratio:

StateRatio
Kerala3.8
Goa2.8

NEET 2021 is all set to take place on 12th September 2021. The syllabus of NEET 2021 remains the same, however, there has been a slight change in the exam pattern of NEET 2021. Students will be given more internal choices. To know more about NEET 2021 you can click on the links given below:

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