The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the NEET 2017 result today around 10 am at cbseresults.nic.in and cbseneet.nic.in. Two days back, the official result portal of the Government of India flashed that the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be published on June 22. However, in the noon, the message was withdrawn, causing a major confusion among the candidates who showered their anger on social networking sites.
Punjab’s Navdeep Singh has scored the AIR 1 rank this year with a total score of 697 marks. The second position is bagged by Archit Gupta from Madhya Pradesh. He scored 695 marks out of 720 while the AIR 3 Manish Mulchandani, also scored 695 marks and is from the same state.
The highest participation was from English language as 9,13,033 students have appeared while 1,20,663 students sat for the Hindi medium paper.
Allen Coaching Institute, Kota has claimed that out of top 10 AIR holders, six are from their coaching institute. As per Aakash Institute, their students (classroom programme) Abhishek Dogra secured AIR 5, Nikita Goyal secured AIR 8, Aryan Raj Singh got AIR 9 and Tanish Bansal bagged AIR 10. As per Aakash Institute, their students (classroom programme) Abhishek Dogra secured AIR 5, Nikita Goyal secured AIR 8, Aryan Raj Singh got AIR 9 and Tanish Bansal bagged AIR 10.
NEET result 2017 score card features the details of the student like name, date of birth and category. His/ her total marks in physics, chemistry and biology. Overall percentage, NEET All India Rank, category rank, cut-off and whether the candidate has cracked it or not.
Those who have cleared the NEET 2017, are eligible to get admission 15 per cent all India quota seats in the government medical and dental colleges and Union Territories. About 85 per cent state quota seats in all states and UTs of India, all private and deemed medical colleges. It also includes minority institutions such as CMC Vellore and CMC Ludhiana.
Moreover, the successful students can (as per their rank) get seats in Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)
CBSE will also provide NEET rank letters format through DigiLocker at digilocker.gov.in. NEET-2017 result will also be available on “Digilocker” website at results.digilocker.gov.in, a CBSE initiative in collaboration with DigiLocker. This is a mobile friendly website and can be viewed on mobile.
About 11.5 lakh medical aspirants students appeared in the NEET 2017 of which about 10.5 lakh students have given the exam in either Hindi or English while around 1.25 lakh to 1.50 lakh students have appeared in eight vernacular languages. The exam was held on May 7.
NEET 2017 results was delayed due to number of petitions filed demanding cancellation of the medical entrance exam. The Madras High Court on May 24 had stayed any proceedings on NEET result. Due to which, all NEET-related activities like OMR sheet and answer keys release were delayed.
However, CBSE filed a plea in the Supreme Court and on June 12, the Court overruled the Madras High Court order and directed the Board to announce NEET 2017 result by June 26. The result were originally scheduled to release on June 8.
The CBSE had released the answer keys on June 15 and and it was available at the official website till June 16.
NEET 2017 result, here’s how to check it
Step 1: Visit the official websites mentioned above
Step 2: On the homepage, click on ‘NEET 2017 result and rank’ flashing towards the middle of the page.
Step 3: A new page will open. Enter your roll number and other details
Step 4: The result will appear. Download and take a print out.
Immediately after Supreme Court’s order, CBSE hosted the OMR answer sheets and have time to make challenges if they found any discrepancy in the responses made by them. Also, the answer keys were hosted on website.
There are about 65,170 seats of MBBS and in 308 Dental colleges, nearly 25,730 seats in BDS are available at 470 medical colleges. Candidates who have qualified will be required to complete the formalities with Counselling Authorities through DGHS and Medical Education Directorates of States.