NEET 2016 Results Declared


Know about MBBS Admission Process

Option 1 – NEET Process (Appear for Exam, Score Rank & Get Seat through Merit)

Option 2 – Pay for Management Quota and Get Seat (Now very rare because of NEET Process)

Option 3 – MBBS Abroad in MCI & WHO Listed Universities (Because this year onwards All Students need to appear in MCI Screening Test/Exit Exam/NEET PG) भारत या भारत के बाहर दोनों जगह से MBBS करने के बाद MCI की परीक्षा देनी होगी (Published in all news paper, expected to be applicable from December 2016), भारत के बाहर खर्च कम लगेगा एवं बिना साल ख़राब किये एडमिशन मिल पायेगा अब आप तय करें, एक साल और इन्तजार करना है या इसी वर्ष सही निर्णय लेकर भारत से बाहर प्रवेश लेना है|

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Details Analysis of NEET Result

 NEET 2016: As many as 4,10,661 candidates have cleared the prestigious examination. (Image for representational purposes)This year’s National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) topper is Het Shah from Gujarat. He has secured first rank by scoring 685 out of 720 marks. He had also got rank four in the AIIMS entrance examination.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the results on the official website – The result was expected to release on August 17, that is, tomorrow but the Board has released the result today 16th August 2016.

As many as 4,10,661 candidates have cleared the prestigious examination. Ekansh Goyal has got second position while Nikhil Bajiya is third rank holder.

The qualifying percentage for general category is 50 per cent (685-145 marks). As many as 171329 candidate from general category, 175226 from OBC, 47183 from SC, 15710 from ST, 437 from UR and PH, 597 from OBC and PH, 143 from SC and PH, 36 from ST and PH have qualified the exam.

Of the 3,37,572 male candidates who appeared for the exam, 1,83,424 qualified the exam. Girls did better than boys with 2,26,049 candidates clearing the exam out of the 3,93,642 that appeared while four transgenders out of the nine who appeared have qualified the exam.

NEET 1 was held on May 1 while NEET 2 was conducted on July 24 for those candidates who did not appear in the first phase exam. In NEET 1, six lakh candidates appeared while in NEET 2, four lakh aspirants gave the examination. Decide as earliest as possible so that you can get good options of your choice

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