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NEET 2021 is moving back by postponing again and again due to the severe pandemic conditions of Corona and now the wait is still on till August 2021. Though the commencement of the exam on that day is also a big uncertainty and the same continues till the normalcy of the Covid-19 conditions prevails in India.
So…. All the medical aspirants of the country are genuinely worried about their one year might be lagged due to the continuous postponement of the NEET 2021 as well as inability to prepare with the same enthusiasm as before in the current uncertainty. But the exam might be conducted late; the fate it gives the medical aspirants won’t change a bit. To ensure your NEET 2021 free seat every medical aspirant of the country has to understand the competition that he is about to face of this year’s applicants and the availability of the seats.
The enthusiasm or the confusion regarding the NEET 2021 commencement won’t even change the fact of ratio of the number of applicants and the seat availability in Government and Private medical colleges of India.
Every one of us is well aware of the tremendous competition between the NEET applicants increasing every year and the same is not at all decreased with the increase in the number of seats by the government of India. All the medical aspirants of NEET 2021 should know the ratio of their competition for every single seat available and the other scenarios in the colleges to accomplish a secured seat in NEET 2021.
NEET 2021 TOTAL APPLICANTS
As per this academic year’s NEET statistics, 2021-22 about 16.89 lakh students from all across India appeared in NEET 2021 examination out of those approximately 7,50,000 to 8,00,000 students should qualify for NEET, given 50th percentile for Unreserved and 40% for the reserved qualification criteria of NEET.
In view of the disturbances of the COVID-19, lockdown, delays in conducting the NEET exam this number might be DEDUCT as per the educationalists.
|S. No||Particulars||No.of Students|
|No. of NEET aspirants 2021||16,10,000|
|Approximate No. that may clear with 50 %(UR) 40% (Res)||7, 50,000|
|No. of Medical Seats available in India||83,175|
|No. of BDS Seats available in India||26773|
|No. of AYUSH Seats available in India||52,720|
|No. of BVSC & HC Seats available in India||525|
|Total seats of Medical programs (3+4+5+6)||1,56,946|
|NEET students needed further seats / remaining students that are aspiring to study medical education||5,93,054 (approx.)|
|Students that might not qualify NEET at the 2021 academic year||10,95,946 (approx)|
SEATS AVAILABLE IN GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGES
The medical seats in India are not sufficient for all the medical aspirants applied and the number of applicants and the number of available seats are varied a lot. The huge variation between the available seats in India and the applicants is like competition from 22 medical aspirants for every single seat. As per the information, every available seat is with the approximate competition of 22 students and this includes government and private medical seats. The list of Government and Private seats available for the year NEET 2021 is as;
|Type of Colleges||No of Colleges||Type of Seats||Total number of seats through NEET|
|Government Medical Colleges||272||50||41,388||3,513||76,928|
|Private Medical Colleges & Deemed Universities||260||263||35,540||23,260||26,773|
Note: The above number is gathered through available research on the Internet and the same may increase/decrease
STATES QUOTA OF NEET MEDICAL SEATS
The total number of medical seats in every state is not offered a hundred percent to that respective state’s medical students, but a percentage of it is offered on to the all India quota. Among the total number of seats in a state, 85% will be given to the state quota and the remaining 15% seats will be allotted to the all-India quota. And the seats are also divided as per the categories of the students from the total.
|Reservation Categories||Percentage of Seats allotted|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||15%|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||7.5%|
|Other Backward Caste (OBC)||27%|
|Persons with Disabilities (PwD)||5%|
NEET 2021 seat allotment will be done after the examination and on the basis of the rank, but the allotment is also done as per the availability for the individual states. Here is the list of the total seats available for the states all over India including the government and private colleges including the deemed universities of the state.
|Name of the state||Total Colleges||Total Seats|
|Andaman & Nicobar||1||100|
The above statistics might help you to understand the various seat availability and their category/quota allotment to attain the government or private medical seats in India. NEET 2021 is making every medical aspirant more nervous than ever in view of the pandemic outbreak but every student needs to understand the competition is not decreased at all. The preparation should be thorough and take this lockdown and postponement period as another opportunity to be more thorough in the preparation to crack NEET-2021. For more information follow wisdom overseas.