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NTA NEET result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Delhi is top-performing state, followed by Haryana

NTA NEET Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The candidates can check the results through the website, ntaneet.nic.in

Written by Arnab Mitra | New Delhi | Updated: June 9, 2019 3:49:32 pm
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NEET Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS:  National Testing Agency (NTA) has declared the results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) examination on Wednesday, June 5, 2019. The candidates can check the results through the website, ntaneet.nic.in now.

Over 15 lakh candidates appeared for the NEET examination that was conducted on May 5, 2019 in 156 cities across the country. But for students from Odisha or those whose centres were in Odisha, the exam was postponed to May 20 due to cyclone Fani. Many Karnataka students who missed the NEET exam due to a train delay were given a chance to re-appear for the exam on May 20.

IN PICTURES | Websites to check NTA NEET Result 2019

NTA NEET result 2019: How to check

Candidates need to visit the official website ntaneet.nic.in. Click on the download result link. Enter registration number, roll number. Results will appear on the screen. Download it, and take a print out for further reference.

READ | Nalin Khandelwal secures AIR 1 with 701 marks  

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15:49 (IST)09 Jun 2019
Courses to apply at for those who could not clear NEET

Even as the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) has become mandatory for Indian students to pursue medical and dental courses in India and abroad, there are still many options for students to pursue in case they do not clear the national-level competitive exam. Read complete story here

20:46 (IST)05 Jun 2019
NEET 2019: Top medical colleges to apply to

Though AIIMS New Delhi is top ranking college followed by PGIMER Chandigarh - the first has its own entrance exam and the second has postgraduate courses in core medicine only. Here is the list of top medical colleges in India, one can apply at based on NEET 2019 score.

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20:05 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Tips from NEET topper

NEET topper Nalin Khandelwal made a strategy to crack the NEET exam and focused on NCERT syllabus. He used to do multiple reading of a single topic and also prepared notes. Nalin said that he also practised JEE Mains previous year papers. est for the preparation of competitive examinations.

19:28 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Topper Nalin talks about the key to achieve success

Nalin said that he always enjoyed studying and never studied when he was tired. He made daily targets during his exam-preparation and made sure he slept for 7 hours everyday, coaching institute Allen reported.

19:03 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Number of girl candidates more in NEET 2019

A total of 8.38 lakh (8,38,955) fenmale candidates appeared in the NEET examination, while 6,80,414 male candidates appeared for the examination.

18:36 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Top performing states in NEET 2019

Following are the states which have the highest number of canddiates who have qualified the NEET exam

Rank 1: Delhi

Rank 2: Haryana

Rank 3: Chandigarh

Rank 4: Andhra Pradesh

Rank 5: Rajasthan

Rank 6: Punjab

Rank 7: Telangana

Rank 8: Kerala

Rank 9: Manipur

Rank 10: Himachal Pradesh

18:13 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Topper Nalin Khandelwal thanks his teachers for his success

Topper Nalin Khandelwal says he is very happy on securing All India Rank 1 (AIR). "I used to study for eight hours everyday. I would like to thank my teachers," he added.

17:58 (IST)05 Jun 2019
'I am very happy at securing first rank,' says topper Nalin Khandelwal
17:52 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Meet top 5 male toppers under PH category

Rank 6935: Bheraram (Rajasthan)

Rank 8136: Shobhit Tyagi (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 14041: Souvik Ghosh (West Bengal)

Rank 14991: Faisal Ansari (Madhya Pradesh)

Rank 15623: Karvanna Prabu K K (Tamil Nadu)

17:17 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Meet top 5 female toppers under PH category

Rank 5739: Sabhyata Singh Kushwaha (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 18067: Jaya Patidar (Madhya Pradesh)

Rank 26873: Bidisha Ghosh (West Bengal)

Rank 27459: Aashi Sinha (Bihar)

Rank 28338: Archana gurjar (Rajasthan)

17:07 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Meet the top 10 female toppers

Rank 7: Madhuri Reddy G (Telangana)

Rank 15: Kirti Agarwal (Madhya Pradesh)

Rank 16: Qureshi Asra (Andhra Pradesh)

Rank 18: Harshvi Nayan Jobanputra (Gujarat)

Rank 31: Hrudya Lakshmi Bose
(Kerala)

Rank 38: Vishwa Rakseh (Delhi)

Rank 41: Ashu (Haryana)

Rank 52: Agarwal Disha Samir (Maharashtra)

Rank 56: Ishika Gupta (Delhi)

Rank 57: Shruthi K (Tamil Nadu)

17:01 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Meet the top 20 male toppers

Rank 1: Rank 1: Nalin Khandelwal (Rajasthan)

Rank 2: Bhavik Bansal (Delhi)

Rank 3: Akshat Kaushik (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 4: Swastik Bhatia (Haryana)

Rank 5: Anant Jain (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 6: Bhat Sarthak Raghavendra (Maharashtra)

Rank 8: Dhruv Kushwaha (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 9: Mihir Rai (Delhi)

Rank 10: Raghav Dubey (Madhya Pradesh)

Rank 11: Hemant Khandelia (West Bengal)

Rank 12: Sameer Godara (Rajasthan)

Rank 13: Mohit (Haryana)

Rank 14: Ravi Makhija (Gujarat)

Rank 17: Ridham Agarwal (Delhi)

Rank 19: Arunangshu Bhattacharya (Rajasthan)

Rank 20: Satvik Lodha (Jharkhand)

Rank 21: Harsh Jain (Delhi)

Rank 22: Hardik Gupta (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 23: Aryan Kakkar (Punjab)

Rank 24: Lalit Agarwal (Rajasthan)

16:17 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Qualifying marks for Physically Handicapped category

For physically handicapped (PH) candidates, the qualifying marks were 45th percentile (133 and 120 marks). A total of 454 candidates from the PH category have passed the national-level medical entrance test. Sabhyata Singh Kushwaha from Uttar Pradesh has topped NEET 2019 in the PH category by obtaining 610 marks and a percentile score of 99.5834146.

16:10 (IST)05 Jun 2019
NEET 2019: Meet the top 10 rank holders

Rank 1: Nalin Khandelwal (Rajasthan)

Rank 2: Bhavik Bansal (Delhi)

Rank 3: Akshat Kaushik (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 4: Swastik Bhatia (Haryana)

Rank 5: Anant Jain (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 6: Bhat Sarthak Raghavendra (Maharashtra)

Rank 7: Madhuri Reddy G (Telangana)

Rank 8: Dhruv Kuswaha (Uttar Pradesh)

Rank 9: Mihir Rai (Delhi)

Rank 10: Raghav Dubey (Madhya Pradesh)

16:00 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Telangana's Madhuri Reddy G tops among girls

Telangana's Madhuri Reddy G emerged as the topper among girls and secured an all-India rank of seven

15:51 (IST)05 Jun 2019
7.97 lakh clear NEET 2019

As many as 14,10,755 candidates had appeared for the exam out of which 7,97,042 cleared the test.

15:49 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Who secured second and third spot

Delhi's Bhavik Bansal and Akshat Kaushik from Uttar Pradesh secured the second and the third positions respectively.

15:45 (IST)05 Jun 2019
How many candidates from reserve categories crack NEET 2019

As many as 63,789 OBC candidates and 20,009 students from SC category and 8,455 candidates from ST category have cleared the NEET 2019. For reserved category candidates, the eligibility criterion is to secure 40 percentile of the total marks which comes to 133 to 107 marks.

15:42 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Marks obtain by the UR category candidates

Around 7,04,335 candidates belonging to the unreserved category secured marks between 701 and 134. The qualifying criteria for this category is 50th percentile or 701 to 134 marks

15:34 (IST)05 Jun 2019
Over 5.34 lakh from UR category appeared for NEET

Over 5.34 lakh (5,34,072) candidates from general category appeared in the NEET examination this year. 8.38 lakh (8,38,955) fenmale candidates appeared in the NEET examination, while 6,80,414 male candidates appeared for the examination.

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NTA NEET result 2019 LIVE UPDATES: NEET UG is conducted for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in India in medical/dental colleges run with the approval of the Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India. The exam was conducted in Hindi, English, Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada.

According to experts, this time the cut-off is likely to go higher than last year’s cut-off. Academic head, Gradeup, Navin C Joshi said that the cut-off for the general category may range between 125 to 135 score. “The expected general cut off for NEET qualified would vary between 125-135 marks. But for admissions in colleges the cut off may vary 510-520 marks,” said Joshi.