SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre Cut off 2021: 1st, 2nd (Out) Cutoff for MBBS, MD/ MS ,Chennai

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What's new at SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre? The provisional result for the Mop-Up Round of NEET UG 2021 Counselling is now available. Any discrepancy in the result may be immediately informed to MCC of DGHS up to 08:00 AM of March 24, 2022 through email on the email ID: mccresultquery@gmail.com. Get more details. Meanwhile, MCC will now release NEET PG cut off for the Mop-Up Round on March 23, 2022Get more details. Meanwhile, MCC has also released the provisional result for the Mop-Up Round of NEET PG 2021 Counselling on March 24, 2022. Any discrepancy in the result may be immediately informed to MCC of DGHS up to 05:00 PM of March 24, 2022 through email on the Email id: mccresultquery@gmail.com. Get more details.

NEET PG Counselling for the All India Quota (AIQ) seats of Medical colleges, is conducted in three rounds, including a Mop-up round. The MCC will also conduct a Stray Vacancy Round Counselling after the Mop-up round. Also, this year, the MCC has announced changes

What's new at SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre? The provisional result for the Mop-Up Round of NEET UG 2021 Counselling is now available. Any discrepancy in the result may be immediately informed to MCC of DGHS up to 08:00 AM of March 24, 2022 through email on the email ID: mccresultquery@gmail.com. Get more details. Meanwhile, MCC will now release NEET PG cut off for the Mop-Up Round on March 23, 2022Get more details. Meanwhile, MCC has also released the provisional result for the Mop-Up Round of NEET PG 2021 Counselling on March 24, 2022. Any discrepancy in the result may be immediately informed to MCC of DGHS up to 05:00 PM of March 24, 2022 through email on the Email id: mccresultquery@gmail.com. Get more details.

NEET PG Counselling for the All India Quota (AIQ) seats of Medical colleges, is conducted in three rounds, including a Mop-up round. The MCC will also conduct a Stray Vacancy Round Counselling after the Mop-up round. Also, this year, the MCC has announced changes in the All India Quota (AIQ) Counselling process for NEET UG. There will be four rounds of counselling this year onwards, AIQ Round 1, AIQ Round 2, Mop-up Round and an AIQ Stray Vacancy Round. Candidates will be allowed to register in the first three rounds and not in the final round. The option to upgrade and free exit will be allowed only in Round 1. After accepting the allotted seats, candidates will not be allowed to resign. For more details regarding SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre NEET UG and NEET PG cut off 2021 stay tuned to this page.

NOTE: Candidates must know that the cut off mentioned on this page is released by the MCC for 2021 admission to the MBBS, MD and MS programmes.

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre Cut off Trends: MBBS (R2 - Released)

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre cut off 2021 for Round 1 is out. Candidates can check out the latest NEET UG Round 1 cut off for SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre along with the comparison of the previous year (2020 and 2019) cut off ranks for the General category (MNG Quota for 2020) & (Deemed/Paid Seats Quota for 2021) for MBBS admission in the table below:

NEET UG Round Cut off Ranks - Gen Category (2020) Cut off Ranks - Gen Category (2021)
Round 1 290127 405764
Round 2 320355 918463   NEW 
Mop-up Round 309443 Releasing Mar 19
Stray Vacancy Round* N/A Releasing Mar 29

*Stray Vacancy Round is introduced by MCC for 2021 admission. This round was not conducted previously.

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre Cut off 2021: Top Medical Colleges Comparison

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre is one of the most prestigious Medical colleges in the country. Here’s how other Medical colleges released their NEET UG cut off ranks during MBBS admission 2021. 

Name of Medical Colleges Cut off Ranks - Gen Category (Round-2 2020) Cut off Ranks - Gen Category (Round-2 2021)
AIIMS Deoghar (AMS Quota) 6783 5887
SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre  320355 (MNG Quota) 918463 (Deemed/ Paid Seat Quota)
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal (Deemed/ Paid Seat Quota) 38995  41379
Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore (MNG Quota) 46159 57101
JSS Medical College (MNG Quota) 64322 150036
Name of Medical Colleges Cut off Ranks - Gen Category (Round-1 2020) Cut off Ranks - Gen Category (Round-1 2021)
AIIMS Deoghar (AMS Quota) 5150 4841
SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre  290127 (MNG Quota) 405764 (Deemed/ Paid Seat Quota)
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal (MNG Quota) 32800 38995 (Deemed/ Paid Seat Quota)
Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore (MNG Quota) 42994 53472
JSS Medical College (MNG Quota) 59388 101396

*The cutoff ranks given in the above table are for General category candidates admitted under the All India Quota.

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre NEET UG Cut off 2021: Consolidated Lists

MCC has released NEET UG 2021 cut off for each category including BC, BC PwD, EW, EW PwD, GN, GN PwD, SC, SC PwD, ST and ST PwD categories. NEET UG 2021 cut off has been released for MBBS and BDS courses. Check out the below table to download NEET UG 2021 merit list and round-wise cut off lists:

Cut off Round

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Round 1 Seat Allotment Result (Provisional)  Download
Round 1 Seat Allotment Result (Final)  Download
Round 2 Seat Allotment Result (Provisional) Download
Round 2 Seat Allotment Result (Final)  Download
Mop-Up Round Seat Allotment Result (Provisional) -  LATEST  Download

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre PG Cut off Trends: MD (R2 Released 2021)

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre cut off 2021 for MD programme after Round 2 of NEET PG Counselling released on February 18, 2022. Earlier NEET PG Round 1 was released on January 22, 2022. Candidates can check out the latest NEET PG cut off for SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre cut off ranks for the General category (Management/ Paid Seats Quota) for MD and MS admission in the table below:

MD/ MS Specialisation

Round 2 Cut off Ranks - Gen Category (2021)

MD (Radio-Diagnosis)

11969
MS (Orthopaedics) 64402

MS (General Surgery)

50159
MS (Ophthalmology) 43218
MD (Tuberculosis and Respiratory diseases) /Pulmonary Medicine /MD (Respiratory Medicine) 31523

MD (Anaesthesiology)

62242

MD (Derm., Vene. and Leprosy)/ (Dermatology)/ (Skin and Venereal Diseases)/ (Venereology)

25552

MD (General Medicine)

24780

MD (Preventive and Social Medicine) /Community Medicine)

72171

MD (Obst. and Gynae)/ MS (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

34953

MD (Microbiology)

78671

MD (Paediatrics)

23446

MD (Pathology)

44567
MD (Psychiatry) 48135

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre NEET PG Consolidated Cut off Lists

MCC has released NEET PG 2021 cut off for each category including BCNO, BCPH, EWNO, OPNO, OPPH, SCNO and STNO categories. NEET PG 2021 cut off has been released for various MD specialisations offered across top medical colleges in India. Check out the below table to download NEET PG 2021 round-wise cut off lists:

NEET PG Counselling Round

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Round 1 NEET PG Cut off List 2021

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Round 2 

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Mop-Up Round Seat Allotment Result (Provisional) -  LATEST 

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SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre Cut off 2021: NEET Counselling Dates

Candidates, who score above the NEET cut off percentile, become eligible to participate in the admission process. The NEET cut off varies for candidates belonging to reserved and unreserved categories. The standard NEET cut off has been prescribed by the NTA. But, the Medical Council of India can increase/ decrease the cutoff, if the seats are left vacant. Under MBBS programme, 85% of the seats are reserved for State Quota and the remaining 15% of the seats are reserved for All India Quota (AIQ). The complete schedule of NEET Counselling 2021 for All India Quota is tabulated below:

NEET UG Round - 1 Event Date
Registration/ Payment 19-Jan-2022 to 24-Jan-2022 28-Jan-2022 to 30-Jan-2022
Choice filling/ Locking 20-Jan-2022 to 24-Jan-2022 28-Jan-2022 to 30-Jan-2022
Processing of seat allotment 27-Jan-2022 to 28-Jan-2022 29-Jan-2022 to 31-Jan-2022
Result 29-Jan-2022 2-Feb-2022 RELEASED 
Reporting 30-Jan-2022 to 4-Feb-2022 3-Feb-2022 to 9-Feb-2022
NEET UG Round - 2 Event Date
Registration/ Payment 9-Feb-2022 to 14-Feb-2022 16-Feb-2022 to 21-Feb-2022
Choice filling/ Locking 10-Feb-2022 to 14-Feb-2022 17-Feb-2022 to 21-Feb-2022
Verification of internal candidates by the respective Universities/ Institutes 15-Feb-2022 to 16-Jan-2022 22-Feb-2022 to 23-Feb-2022
Processing of seat allotment 17-Feb-2022 to18-Feb-2022 24-Feb-2022 to 25-Feb-2022
Result 19-Feb-2022 26-Feb-2022 RELEASED 
Reporting 20-Feb-2022 to 26-Feb-2022 27-Feb-2022 to 05-Mar-2022
Mop Up Round Event Date

Registration

19-Mar-2022 (12 noon)

Choice filling process

19-Mar-2022 (11.55 pm)

Choice locking

19-Mar-2022 (11.55 pm)

Verification of internal candidates by institutes

20-Mar-2022

Seat allotment list preparation

21-Mar-2022 to 22-Mar-2022

Result

23-Mar-2022   UPCOMING 

Reporting to the allocated institute

24-Mar-2022 to 29-Mar-2022

Online Stray Vacancy Round Event Date

Seat allotment list 

30-Mar-2022

Result

31-Mar-2022

Reporting to the allocated institute

01-Apr-2022 to 05-Apr-2022

NEET PG Counselling 2021 Dates

NEET PG 2021 counselling Seat Allotment for Round 1 and Round 2 was released on January 22, 2022 and February 18, 2022, respectively. Candidates are advised to check this section regularly as the dates can be revised time-to-time. 

NEET PG Round - 1 Event Date

Online registration 

12-Jan-2022 to 17-Jan-2022

Last date for payment of counselling fee

17-Jan-2022

Choice filling 

13-Jan-2022 to 17-Jan-2022

Seat allotment list

22-Jan-2022  RELEASED 

Reporting to the institute allotted

23-Jan-2022 to 28-Jan-2022

NEET PG Round - 2 Event Date

Online registration starts

03-Feb-2022 to 07-Feb-2022 04-Feb-2022 to 10-Feb-2022

Last date for payment of counselling fee

07-Feb-2022 10-Feb-2022

Choice filling 

04-Feb-2022 to 07-Feb-2022 14-Feb-2022 to 15-Feb-2022 

Seat allotment list

12-Feb-2022 18-Feb-2022  RELEASED 

Reporting to the institute allotted

13-Feb-2022 to 19-Feb-2022 18-Feb-2022 to 24-Feb-2022

NEET PG Round - Mop Up Round Event Date

Online registration starts

24-Feb-2022 to 28-Feb-2022 2-Mar-2022 to 19-Mar-2022

Last date for payment of counselling fee

28-Feb-2022 19-Mar-2022

Choice filling 

25-Feb-2022 to 28-Feb-2022 03-Mar-2022 to 19-Mar-2022

Seat allotment list

05-Mar-2022 23-Mar-2022  UPCOMING 

Reporting to the institute allotted

06-Mar-2022 to 10-Mar-2022 24-Mar-2022 to 30-Mar-2022

NEET PG Round - Stray Vacancy Round Event Date

Processing of seat allotment

31-Mar-2022

Stray vacancy round seat allotment result

21-Mar-2022 2-Apr-2022

Stray vacancy round reporting 

22-Mar-2022 to 25-Mar-2022 3-Apr-2022 to 6-Apr-2022

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SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre NEET Cut off 2021Qualifying (RELEASED)

SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre NEET UG cut off 2021 is not yet. Shiksha will update the final NEET cut offs for MBBS admission at SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre on this page as soon as the official data is out. Till then, candidates can check out the following table for category-wise qualifying NEET 2021 cut off released by NTA. As predicted by experts, the NEET cut off 2021 is lower as compared to last year. Only the NEET-qualified candidates (fulfilling the below given cut off) can register for NEET UG Counselling for MBBS admission 2021. 

Category NEET 2021 Cut Off Percentile NEET 2021 Cut Off Score 
NEET Cut Off 2021 General Category/Unreserved (UR) Category 50 720-138
NEET Cut Off 2021 OBC/SC/ST 40 137-108
NEET Cut Off 2021 PwD (General/UR) 45 137-122
NEET Cut Off 2021 PwD (Reserved) 40 121-108

NEET PG Qualifying Cut off 2021: Released

NEET PG 2021 cutoff is the minimum qualifying marks that a candidate has to secure to clear the exam. The cutoff for NEET PG is the basis for shortlisting candidates for MD/ MS/ PG Diploma courses in India. NEET PG 2021 cut off score for the Unreserved (UR) category was 302. Candidates can check the category-wise qualifying cut off for NEET PG 2021 in the table below:

Category

NEET PG 2021 Qualifying Cut off Percentile - Original

NEET PG Cut off Score 2021 - Original

Unreserved (UR)

50th percentile

302

SC/ ST/ OBC

40th percentile

265

UR PWD

45th percentile

283

NEET PG 2021 cut off has been revised by NBE on March 12, 2022. The cutoff has been revised by 15% for each category. The revised qualifying percentile for the General category has been reduced to 35 percentile while for UR-PWD and SC/ST, it is 30 and 25 percentile respectively. The revised cutoff percentile for each category have been mentioned in the table below:

Category

NEET PG 2021 Qualifying Cut off Percentile - Revised

NEET PG Cut off Score 2021 - Revised

General

35th percentile

247

UR-PWD

30th percentile

229

SC/ ST/ OBC

25th percentile

210

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SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre Cut off FAQs

Q. What is the SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre cut off schedule for MBBS admission?

A. NEET UG 2021 Round 2 Seat Allotment Result (final) for MBBS was released on February 26, 2022, while for the Mop-Up Round candidates can register and fill choices for NEET UG Mop-Up Round Counselling till March 19, 2022.

Q. How to check the SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre NEET PG Counselling results for MD/ MS Programmes?

A. Candidates, who have applied to MD/ MS programmes offered by SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre can check their NEET PG Round 1 Counselling results on this page or on the official website of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) at www.mcc.nic.in.

Q. What is the SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre cut off schedule for NEET PG admission?

A. The MCC will release NEET PG Mop-Up Round on March 23, 2022 on its official website, www.mcc.nic.in.

Q. What is the NEET PG Round 2 cut off for SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre for MD (Microbiology)?

A. The NEET PG Round 2 cut off for MD (Microbiology) programme offered at SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre is 78671 for candidates seeking admission under the All India Quota.

Q. What are the factors affecting SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre NEET PG cut off 2021?

A. The NEET PG cutoffs for SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre are determined considering the below-mentioned factors:

  • Total number of candidates who appear for the examination
  • The difficulty level of the examination
  • Performance of the candidates
  • Number of seats available
  • NEET cut off for previous years

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NEET
Round2020Cut-off by rank2021Cut-off by rank
1289375405764
2299030918463
3-912490

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NEET PG
Round2019Cut-off by rank2020Cut-off by rank2021Cut-off by rank
1162652768324900
228090-11969

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NEET PG
Round2021Cut-off by rank
148516
250159

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Round2019Cut-off by rank2020Cut-off by rank2021Cut-off by rank
1202012553621258
2257233265425552

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Round2021Cut-off by rank
125801
224780

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NEET PG
Round2021Cut-off by rank
156865
264402

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Round2020Cut-off by rank2021Cut-off by rank
16640259138
26748262242

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Round2021Cut-off by rank
141253
244567

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NEET PG
Round2020Cut-off by rank2021Cut-off by rank
14379345341
23710443218

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Round2021Cut-off by rank
151388
248135

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NEET PG
Round2021Cut-off by rank
152608

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NEET PG
Round2021Cut-off by rank
187464
278671

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NEET PG
Round2020Cut-off by rank2021Cut-off by rank
17444464094
2-72171

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NEET PG
Round2020Cut-off by rank2021Cut-off by rank
13835132690
2-31523

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NEET PG
Round2021Cut-off by rank
180182

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NEET PG
Round2021Cut-off by rank
132049
223446

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NEET PG
Round2020Cut-off by rank2021Cut-off by rank
13519934358
2-34953

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Round2021Cut-off by rank
154136

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4.5

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4.5
Infrastructure
4.5
Faculty & Course Curriculum
4.7
Crowd & Campus Life
4.6
Value for Money
4.2
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Rahul Saravanan | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 12 Jun 2020
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4.4
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 3
Satisfied and overall a good experience.

Placements: Good opportunities for students studying here. Students are groomed and trained to give interviews and interact with patients and other examiners and are taught the correct ethics and etiquette. But sometimes certain tasks aren't completed on time. Otherwise good.

Infrastructure: College is centrally air-conditioned. The library is present. So is Wi-Fi. The library has a good collection of medical books, both new and old editions. Journals are also plenty. Numerous back editions. Also can access previous years ...

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Deepak kumar | Bachelor of Optometry (B Optom) - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 3 Jun 2020
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
I am satisfied because of faculty members, infrastructure and good placements in 2015.

Placements: Every student in our college has scored about 80% in their academics. The highest salary package offered in our course was 1 LPA. Above 95% of the students get internships from our course.

Infrastructure: Facilities and infrastructure available for our course/department are awesome. The quality of the facilities in the hostel is good. The quality food is served in the mess and canteen. Medical facilities, sports and games are excellent.

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Pradeep MTP | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 7 Jun 2020
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
It is a good college with lot of exposure and opportunities.

Placements: We got placed in our course through the National Eligibility Entrance test for medical students. There are around 150 students per year in our course. There are no recruiting concepts in our degree. All of us have to be interns in our hospitals for the final year after the 4th year exams.

Infrastructure: The quality of the food served in our college mess and canteen is pretty good and it has increased its quality when I joined here. There are a lot of shops in our campus area to eat. We have Subway, biryani shop...

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M A MANISH | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 7 Jun 2020
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4.6
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
It's a great experience studying in this college, it gives you a completely different feel.

Placements: It's a MBBS course and we can't have placements which can be done in college. There are no companies to recruit doctors. But if you talk about the quality of education you get here equal to any of the government colleges and equally valued. I hope this review helps.

Infrastructure: It's a great hostel. Little expensive but value for money. Two people can stay in a room and it's neat. We can good security system with surveillance cameras fit inside. Mess is clean and offers wide variety of food, and cuisine opti...

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Mohamed Rasik | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 9 Jun 2020
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
It is the best college with all facilities and the best faculty members.

Placements: Medical field jobs after MBBS is easily available as the number of private hospitals are increasing. The number of professionals coming out is less as compared to the engineering profession. If you want to join government service, then you should write an entrance which tests your ability.

Infrastructure: Being in a professional course like medical, one requires labs for biochemistry and Wi-Fi service for easy access to various online resources. Classrooms are large with the best in the class projector, and they...

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