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Top 10 Medical Colleges Accepting NEET Score

By: Sakshi Awasthi on May 14, 2018

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) was successfully conducted on 13 September 2020. The examination was conducted at 136 examination centres across the country and nearly 13 lakhs candidates appeared in NEET Exam 2020. The official NEET 2020 Answer Key will soon be released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) which will provide an idea about your expected Score. However, the paper was moderate, but the experts suggest that NEET Cut-Off may drop this year.

Top 10 Medical Colleges in India Accepting NEET Score

By now you would surely be wondering that which will be the best medical college to seek admission for a brighter future. Here is the list of Top 10 Medical Colleges accepting NEET 2020 Score, providing you an assistance to select the Best Medical College out of Top Medical Colleges in India.

Top 10 Medical Colleges Accepting NEET 2020 Scores:

  1. Christian Medical College, Vellore-

    CMC Vellore was established in the year 1900 by an American Missionary Dr. Ida S. Scudder. It is a privately owned non-profit organization and is administered by Administrative Council comprising of Christian Church leaders from across the country.

    Achievements: Started the First College of Nursing, Performed the First Surgery for Leprosy, Performed the First Open Heart Surgery and Performed the First Kidney Transplant in India.

    • Established – 1900
    • Intakes - 180
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      50%

      2.

      SC & ST

      40%

      3.

      OBC

      40%

  2. King George's Medical University, Lucknow-

    King George's Medical University, Lucknow was formerly known as Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj Medical University. The University offers nearly 1250 intakes every year. The University was proposed by King George's Medical College in the year 1906. The University is administered through the act of Uttar Pradesh King George's Medical University Act of 2002.
    • Established – 1911
    • Intakes - 1250
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      50%

      2.

      SC & ST

      40%

      3.

      OBC

      40%

  3. Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-

    Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi comprises of 3 major faculties i.e. Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dental Science and Faculty of Ayurveda. The institution is affiliated to Banaras Hindu University and offers various medical and paramedical courses.
    • Established - 1960
    • Intakes - 84
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      50%

      2.

      SC & ST

      42%

      3.

      OBC

      39%

  4. Kasturba Medical College, Manipal-

    Kasturba Medical College, Manipal (KMC) is the first self-financing medical college of India and is situated in Manipal, Karnataka. It was established in the year 1953 and was granted the status of Deemed University in the year 1993. The College shares programs with Loma Linda University- United States, Operation Eyesight Universal- Canada, Dundee University- Dundee and many more.
    • Established – 1953
    • Intakes - 400
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      48%

      2.

      SC & ST

      38%

      3.

      OBC

      38%

  5. University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi University, Delhi-

    University College of Medical Sciences is affiliated to the University of Delhi and is associated with Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital. UCMS was established in the year 1971 by the Health ministry of Delhi. It is the first college of India to provide Medical Humanities Group.
    • Established - 1971
    • Intakes - 128
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      50%

      2.

      SC & ST

      40%

      3.

      OBC

      40%

  6. St. John's Medical College, Bangalore-

    St. John's Medical College, Bangalore is a privately owned medical college which was established in the year 1963 and is administered by the Catholic Bishop's Conference of India. The college offers 60 seats for the admission in Undergraduate courses. The college is affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.
    • Established - 1963
    • Intakes - 60
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      48%

      2.

      SC & ST

      39%

      3.

      OBC

      39%

  7. Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi-

    Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi is affiliated to the University of Delhi and was established in the year 1956. It is a government medical college which offers 290 Undergraduate seats.
    • Established – 1956
    • Intakes - 290
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      50%

      2.

      SC & ST

      40%

      3.

      OBC

      40%

  8. Christian Medical College, Ludhiana-

    Christian Medical College, Ludhiana is known to be the First Medical College for Women in India which was established in the year 1894 by Edith Mary Brown. The College is affiliated to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot and the Medical Council of India.
    • Established - 1894
    • Intakes -75
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      50%

      2.

      SC & ST

      40%

      3.

      OBC

      40%

  9. Armed Forces Medical College, Pune-

    AFMC Pune is a medical college which is situated in Pune and is managed by the Indian Armed Forces. The institute was established in the year 1948 and August 4 is celebrated as AFMC Day across the world. The college offers 130 seats for the admissions in Undergraduate courses. The college is affiliated to the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences.
    • Established – 1948
    • Intakes – 130
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      45%

      2.

      SC & ST

      35%

      3.

      OBC

      35%

  10. Lady Hardinge Medical College for Women, New Delhi-

    Lady Hardinge Medical College for Women, New Delhi was established in the year 1961 by Charles Hardinge. Earlier the college was an autonomous institution which was managed by a Governing Body but was overtook by the Ministry of Health and Welfare. Currently the college is affiliated to the University of Delhi. The college comprises of 2 teaching hospital i.e. Smt. SuchetaKriplani Hospital and Kalawati Saran Child Hospital.
    • Established – 1916
    • Intakes - 200
    • Expected Cut-Off NEET 2020:

      S. No.

      Category

      NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off (Percentile)

      1.

      General

      45%

      2.

      SC & ST

      35%

      3.

      OBC

      35%

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