NEET Result 2016 Declared: The Road Ahead For Medical Aspirants

August 17, 6:20 AM Update: Many aspirants had their sights on the day when NEET result 2016 which got declared. Now that it’s out of the way, medical aspirants can sigh with relief and have something to look forward to. Following the Supreme court’s order, CBSE released the results a day before, and what’s better is that results are good.

In a surprising move, CBSE has declared NEET result 2016 for both Phase 1 (AIPMT) & NEET-2 exam. The details of NEET result is available at aipmt.nic.in (official website). Exclusive report suggests that on a whole, 19,325 students have qualified in the top 15% while 4,09,477 qualified overall in the NEET. The results can be accessed at the CBSE results portal cbseresults.nic.in.

Het Shah from Gujarat got first rank by scoring 685 out of 720 marks. He had also got rank 4 in AIIMS entrance.

The result of NEET 2016 examination for phase 1 (AIPMT) and 2nd phase (NEET 2) will be announced tomorrow on August 17. The countdown has already begun for the medical aspirants as mere 2 days remain for the results to be released. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the organising board behind this National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will put the results online on or before August 17, as Supreme Court has directed.

neet 2016 resultsReport of NEET 2016: The results are awaited by over 7 lakh aspirants who took the NEET 1 and NEET 2. AIPMT, which was held on May 1st is considered the first phase of NEET 2016 and was taken by around 6 lakh candidates. Candidates who took NEET-1 were also allowed to take NEET 2 which was held on July 24. In NEET-2, a total of 4.75 lakh applications were received by CBSE which included only around 1.3 lakh (30%) fresh applications and the rest were repeaters from 1st phase, meaning well over here that over 7 lakh candidates will be vying to get a seat out of the top sought after 15% all India quota seats when the results come out on Wednesday.

Now that NEET has finally got it’s long awaited approval from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, there’s hope that this NEET won’t see the fate of that of 2013 one. And with more and more candidates getting their fill with state CETs, which 2016 saw struggling with paper leak and what-not controversies, it’s better this way. However, even NEET-2 was strangled in alleged paper leak, which only CBSE deferred later.

Results: NEET result 2016 will be declared combined for phase 1 (AIPMT) and phase 2 exam as the honorable Supreme Court has ruled. It’s understandable that candidates are getting confused over this issue as ExamsWatch received this question from many, but to clear it out is this much simple as told above. The NEET 1 or AIPMT result and NEET 2 result will be announced as one and candidates will have to enter their registration/roll number to access the marks. Even for those who took the test twice, there’ll only be one rank card/ result sheet.

The board has also made it clear that the NEET 2016 result sheet/ rank cards would not be dispatched and candidates have to generate the printout of their result/rank card from official website only. It is advised that candidates must stay in touch with www.aipmt.nic.in (the official web portal for NEET 2016) to keep themselves updated with the latest. The results will be accessible once CBSE puts it online which will candidates come to know on the set date.

Though several discrepancies were noticed in the answer keys and objections were raised but it’s unlikely that results will be delayed. So far, the result date remains as on August 17, 2016. The timing is not confirmed though.

The road ahead: After the declaration of results, the main counselling and registrations are expected to be conducted between August 22- August 25 on four days. The allotment of seats is expected to be done on August 27 and seat acceptance/admissions between August 28 to September 3. The second allotment would be done on September 12.

It must be noted that this schedule of counselling and allotment is tentative and CBSE may change it. However, we’ll update it for you once it’s official.

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