The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the NEET UG result 2017 on 23 June. The results are officially released and uploaded on the board website cbseresults.nic.in. NEET (UG) online examination was held on May 7, 2017 to check the eligibility of students for admission to the medical and dental undergraduate courses in various reputed medical colleges in India. NEET exam is conducted once every year. Punjab’s Navdeep Singh has topped NEET 2017 examination to achieve All India Rank (AIR) 1 rank. He scored the highest 697 marks in the male category. Continue reading to find out more about CBSE NEET 2017 results, toppers, counselling and more.
Candidates, who had attended the NEET exam in May this year, can now check their results, score and ranks at the official website of CBSE. The board has also released the All India merit list of the selected students based on their percentile in respect to the highest score in the NEET 2017 online examination. The first position has been secured by Navdeep Singh with a score of 697 marks. Nikita Goyal gets the top rank in the female category and 8th rank overall with a total score of 690 marks.
How to check NEET Results 2017 Online
As mentioned above, NEET 2017 results are officially published by CBSE on its results website cbseresults.nic.in. Candidates can follow the steps below to check their NEET exam results and score now.
- Visit the website cbseneet.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in
- Click on the link for “NEET(UG) Exam Results – 2017”
- On the next page, enter your NEET 2017 Roll number and your Date of Birth, and submit.
- The result and score card will be displayed on the screen.
- Download your NEET result or take a print out of the page.
The Madras High Court had earlier ordered CBSE not to publish NEET results but the Supreme Court directed the board to release the results before 26 June. Following that, CBSE has announced NEET 2017 exam results on 23 June.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a medical entrance examination that is conducted by the CBSE board for determining the eligibility of students to accept admissions to MBBS and BDS undergraduate courses in various government and private medical colleges across the country. The exam is conducted online, once every year, usually in April-May.
According to the latest information on MCI website, NEET counselling will be held to grant admissions to around 65,000 MBBS seats in 470 medical colleges and nearly 25,730 BDS seats in 308 dental colleges. The selection of students will be based on their NEET 2017 score and percentile. CBSE NEET 2017 exam was conducted in 10 different languages. According to a report by India Today, NEET online exam was attended by approximately 11, 38,890 students.
NEET candidates can check their results by following the procedure mentioned above. Students can also download the NEET 2017 score cards from their DigiLocker accounts at digilocker.gov.in using the ID and password assigned to them.
NEET 2017 Merit List and Toppers
CBSE has also released the list of toppers and the complete merit list of NEET 2017. The names and scores of the top five NEET students are given below.
|All India Rank||Name||Gender||Marks obtained||Percentile score||State|
|2||Archit Gupta||M||695||99.999725||Madhya Pradesh|
|3||Manish Mulchandani||M||695||99.999725||Madhya Pradesh|
|5||Dogra Abhishek Veerendra||M||691||99.999358||Maharashtra|
As per the report by Hindustan Times, more than 6 lakh candidates cleared the exam this year. These candidates will now attend the NEET 2017 counselling process for allotment of MBBS/BDS seats in the participating colleges.
Navdeep Singh from Punjab has secured the highest marks in NEET 2017 exam. The second and third positions were achieved by Archit Gupta and Manish Mulchandani respectively. Both candidates belong to Madhya Pradesh and both achieved equal 695 marks in the exam. In the girls’ category, Nikita Goyal from Punjab achieved the first position with total 690 marks. She is at the 8th position in the common merit list. Abhishek Dogra from Maharashtra scored 691 marks to achieve the fifth position in the merit list. He is the only student from the state to get a position in top 25.
Sankeerth Sadananda, who achieved All India Rank 4 with a total score of 692 marks, is the only student from Karnataka to make it to the top 10 list. Sankeerth has also secured AIR 27 rank in the earlier released (AIIMS) MBBS 2017 exam results.
CBSE has set 131 marks as the qualifying score for open category candidates in NEET 2017. General candidates, who achieved more than 131 marks in the exam, are included in the merit list and will be able to participate in the NEET counselling process.
NEET Rank Card 2017
Every student who cleared the qualifying score in NEET 2017 has been allotted a rank card. Candidates can download their NEET 2017 rank cards from the official website by following the procedure given above. The NEET Score card is available only in online mode; CBSE will not dispatch rank cards to any student by post. Your NEET rank card will include your personal details, exam details, marks secured in each subject, total marks obtained, NEET category rank and All India Rank (AIR), qualifying status, cut-off score for NEET 2017 counselling, etc.
It is mandatory for students to download their score cards online and use the same while filling their choices in NEET counselling.
NEET 2017 Counselling
The counselling and seat registration process for NEET 2017 admissions will begin from 3 July. The candidates who have qualified in the online examination can find more details of the counselling process and admissions by visiting the official website cbseneet.nic.in. NEET 2017 selected candidates will be eligible to attend the counselling process by registering online and filling the choices of colleges and courses.
It is mandatory for all students to download their rank cards/results from the board website to participate in the counselling process. NEET counselling will be conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)/DGHS from 3 July. NEET counselling will be held for the allotment of 15% of All India seats in government medical colleges of various states except Andhra Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir, and Telangana. The remaining 85% medical seats in the private colleges will be allotted through private couselling.
NEET 2017 Counselling will be held according to the following schedule.
- Dates for NEET Counselling Registration and Choice filling Online: From 03.07.2017 to 11.07.2017 till 5 PM
- Final Choices locking: 12.07.2017 till 5 PM
- Seat Allotment Process – Round 1: 13.07.2017 to 14.07.2017
- Result of Round 1 Counselling: 15.07.2017
- Dates for reporting at the allotted colleges: 16.07.2017 to 22.07.2017 till 5 PM
- Choices and locking for Round 2: 01.08.2017 to 04.08.2017
- Seat Allotment Process – Round 2: 05.08.2017 to 07.08.2017
- Result of Round 2 Counselling: 08.08.2017
- Dates for reporting at the allotted colleges: 09.08.2017 to 16.08.2017 till 5 PM
- MBBS/BDS first year sessions starting date: 04.08.2017
NEET 2017 Counselling will be held only for All India Quota seats, which will also include some Deemed Universities. The private medical colleges and state universities may conduct their own counselling to accept admissions in the undergraduate courses through NEET 2017 rank.