Neet Pass Percentage: The overall NEET-UG pass rate has stayed essentially unchanged over the past four years, although some states, like Gujarat, Meghalaya, and Nagaland, have seen significant increases. A few have experienced a decline in performance, including Telangana, Kerala, and Manipur.
State’s qualifying rate this time fell by 6.1 percentage points compared to the previous year.
Even though Tamil Nadu, which has constantly resisted the establishment of NEET regardless of the party in power, significantly improved its performance between 2019 and 2021, the state’s qualifying rate this time fell by 6.1 percentage points compared to the previous year.
The pass percentage in 2022—the proportion of applicants who qualified to those who applied—was lower in 21 states and UTs than the national average of 56.3%. 20 states and UTs underperformed the national average in 2021 when the pass rate was 56.3%, compared to 18 in 2019 when the NTA took over the CBSE’s NEET administration.
Uttar Pradesh registered pass percentages below the national average in 2022. (53.52 per cent).
Apart from the northeastern states of Assam (51.37%), Manipur (54.72%), Meghalaya (51.13%), Nagaland (54.51%), Tripura (49.59%), and Sikkim (43.89%), Tamil Nadu (51.3%), Chhattisgarh (48.73%), Kerala (55.01%), Madhya Pradesh (44.88%), and Uttar Pradesh registered pass percentages below the national average in 2022. (53.52 per cent).
While Meghalaya and Nagaland performed below the national average, their pass rates have significantly increased over time. In 2019, Meghalaya recorded a pass percentage of 36.27 percent, compared to Nagaland’s 34.52 percent.
Additionally, between 2019 and 2022, the qualifying rate increased in Gujarat (from 46.35 to 64.77), Maharashtra (from 39.26 to 46.47), and Assam (from 46.26 to 64.77). (44.23 to 51.37).