NEET 2021 counselling: Andhra Pradesh state rank list released on ntruhs.ap.nic.in

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NEET 2021 counselling latest updates:Dr. NTR University of Health Science, Andhra Pradesh has released Andhra Pradesh National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test or AP NEET  State Rank List 2021. The rank list 2021 has been released on the official website - ntruhs.ap.nic.in.   The merit list has been released as per the NEET entrance exam 2021 data released from the Director-General of Health Services, Ministry of Health, Government of India.   AP NEET State Rank List 2021: Steps to download - Go to the official website and click on the direct link - ntruhs.ap.nic.in.- Click on the notification that says, "UG NEET 2021- AP Display list recieved from DGHS bullet."- A PDF file would open up which will consist of the Roll Number, Name, Gender, Category, and Marks obtained by candidates.- Candidates should keep a copy of the PDF for future reference.  AP NEET State Rank List 2021: Cut Off Marks Category               Cut Off MarksGeneral                 138General- PwD                 122BC, SC, ST, including PwD 108 It is to be noted that Dr. Ntr University Of Health Sciences would display the provisional merit position only after receiving the online applications. It is learnt that online applications would be received in response to the notification released by the University. The final merit list would be released only after the verification of documents.

NEET 2021 counselling: Andhra Pradesh state rank list released on ntruhs.ap.nic.in



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