What is NEET? The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) for the academic session 2016-17 was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi for the 15% all-India quota merit positions in the Medical/Dental Colleges of India. Admissions in the medical colleges and dental colleges in various States also come under the purview of NEET if the State Government/University/Institution is a participant of NEET- 2016 for using its merit list for its admissions.
This second phase of the All India Pre-Medical / Pre-Dental Entrance Test or AIPMT NEET-2016 was conducted last month, with online applications and registration being accepted from 26th May 2016 till 21st June 2016. The entrance exam was conducted on 24th July 2016. Those who appeared for the first phase of NEET-2016 in May were allowed to appear again in the second phase in July. However, note that if you appeared again, it does not mean that your will get 2 results or 2 rank cards. There will be one and only one result. As per the stats released to the press, there are more than 7 lakh students jostling for a medical seat in the 15% quota!!
Now it is time for the results! The results date of NEET-2016 for phase 1 (AIPMT) and phase 2 exams both is 17th August 2016.
How to get results and rank card of NEET-2016 The results of NEET-2016 will not be despatched to the candidates. Those who appeared for the entrance exam need to go to the official website and take a print out of the rank card themselves. So here's what you need to do:
Schedule of registration of admissions after NEET-2016 results
Important note: This schedule could be suject to change. Hence, students are requested to regularly check for updates of the schedule at the official website.
Remember, though, that not qualifying for a medical seat through NEET-2016 is not the end of the road for you. Check out other viable options: What are the options after failing to qualify in NEET 2016 exam?
The Deputy Secretary (Examination),
National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test Unit,
Central Board of Secondary Education,
Shiksha Kendra, 2, Community Centre,
APIMT official website
Ph: 011-22509256-59, 22019683, 22521081 // Fax No. – 011-22509251
All the best for your NEET-2016 results!
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Quite unexpectedly, the NEET - 2016 results were declared yesterday on 16th August. As per the stats released, 4.09 lakh aspirants qualified for admissions our of the 7.31 lakh students who appeared for NEET-1 and NEET-2.
The qualifying criteria is as follows:
The all-India topper for NEET-2016 is Het Shah from Nadiad, Gujarat. He scored 685 our of 720. Ranked #2 was Ekansh Goyal from Odisha with 682 marks and Nikhil Bajiya from Rajasthan with 678 marks was third. All these 3 students have applied for admission to AIIMS, New Delhi.
In the general category, the topper has scored 685 marks out of a total of 720, while the last candidate who has qualified for counselling process has scored 145 marks among the general category candidates. A total of 1,71,329 candidates have qualified for appearing in the counselling process in the general category.
In OBC category the maximum and minimum marks scored are 678 and 118 respectively.
The top ten scorers are as follows -
1. Het Shah - 685
2. Ekansh Goyal - 682
3. Nikhil Bajiya - 678
4. Ashank Khaitan - 677
5. Arushi - 676
6. Dyuti Shah - 675
7. Japnoor Kaur - 672
8. Dhritiman Chatterjee - 671
9. Amit Kumar - 669
10. Utkarsh Anand - 668