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Uttar Pradesh: NEET UG cutoff score will be released soon by the Directorate General of Medical Education (UP DGME). NEET UG cutoff is the final rank and equivalent score on which admission to the college is allowed.
Neet UG cutoff is determined by the number of candidates applied, difficulty level, seats available and NEET UG exam result. Before filling the application process, candidates must check the cutoff score to determine their application eligibility.
NEET UG is a national level medical entrance exam conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) every year in India. It is mandatory to qualify for NEET UG if a candidate wants admission in MBBS and BDS course in medical college.
Recently the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) has announced that the first round of counseling for both AIQ and Deemed and Central Institutes will be held from October 11 to October 20, while the first round of state counseling will be from October 17, 2022- October 28. 2022.The last date for joining AIQ and Deemed Central Institutes for this round will be 28 October 2022 and for state counseling will be 4 October 2022.
Eligibility Criteria for Admission
1. Candidates age should be 17 years as on 31st December 2022.
2.Candidates should be a bonafide resident of the state.
3. Candidates must have qualified NEET UG.
4. Candidates must have completed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Biotechnology, English as a compulsory subject.
The Medical Education Department plays a vital role in developing medical and paramedical personnel to meet the health needs of the state. The department also has a role to play in setting up and maintaining well equipped educational institutions, which are major referral centers of peripheral hospitals. Research is another area of activity for the Department of Medical Education. The directorate facilitates comprehensive medical education through various medical, dental and paramedical colleges in Uttar Pradesh. On the other hand, it also provides standard medical facilities to the patients.
The Department of Medical Education was separated from the Department of Medical Health Services in the year 1981. A separate Directorate of Medical Education was established in 1994. It is functioning as a separate Directorate for the last 16 years. It controlled the medical colleges and affiliated teaching hospitals