NEET Result 2017 Will be announced by CBSE indicating score and rank. Check NEET 2017 Result and download score / rank card. National Eligibility and
NEET Result 2017 Will be announced by CBSE indicating score and rank. Check NEET 2017 Result and download score / rank card. National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) UG is a gateway for MBBS and BDS admission. More than 95,000 seats are available on the basis of NEET 2017 Rank. Candidates who appeared for exam on May 7, 2017, can check NEET Result online.
The board is publishing score card and rank letter at cbseneet.nic.in. In order to check result of NEET 2017, login with roll number and date of birth. Qualified candidates with marks equal to or more than cut off can participate in counselling of NEET 2017.
Date of declaration of NEET 2017 Result is a date between June 19, 2017 to June 26, 2017.
NEET 2017 Result
CBSE is responsible for conduct of National Eligibility and Entrance Test and declaring result. The board provides All India Rank to DGHS for counselling to 15% All India Quota seats and state counselling authorities. NEET Result 2017 will be published online only. It can be checked at www.cbseneet.nic.in, www.cbse.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in. From last year onwards, NEET rank letter is also made available in DigiLocker.
Important dates of NEET 2017 are as follows.
|Date of NEET 2017 exam||07 May 2017|
|OMR and recorded responses display||13 Jun 2017|
|Answer key publishing by CBSE||15 Jun 2017|
|NEET Result 2017 declaration at cbseneet.nic.in||To be announced|
08 Jun 2017 was the initial date of the declaration of result. After the exam was held on the first Sunday in May, test takers discovered that question papers in regional languages differed from English / Hindi Question Paper (NEET 2017 was held in 10 languages). Due to this, the cases were filed and court halted processes of CBSE NEET UG 2017. On June 12, 2017, the Supreme Court gave go ahead to the evaluation of papers and declaration of result. Honbl Court has also asked for results to be published before June 26, 2017.
Last year answer key of NEET was released on August 7, and result was announced on August 17. Going by that, it is likely that NEET 2017 Result will be announced on or before June 25, 2017.
How to check NEET 2017 Result?
A simple process is implemented for checking result. Candidates must keep roll number and date of birth handy. The roll number must be the same as shown in the admit card of NEET 2017. The steps to check the result of NEET 2017 are given below.
By directly clicking link given here
Step 1 – Click on NEET 2017 Result link given on this page (link will be available as soon as NEET Result declares).
Step 2 – You will reach NEET 2017 Result login page. It will look like image shown below. Enter roll number. In second panel, select date of birth. Click submit.
By going to official website first
Step 1 – Visit official website of NEET 2017 which is cbseneet.nic.in. Here you will see link with text NEET (UG) Result. Click link.
Step 2 – You are likely to be taken to cbseresults.nic.in where NEET 2017 Result will be displayed.
Step 3 – Same as Step 2 in previous process. Enter roll number and date of birth and login to check result.
Download score card / rank card. Keep it safely for admission counselling process.
Details given in NEET Result Score Card / Rank Card 2017
- Roll number
- Application number
- Candidate name
- Date of birth
- Mother name
- Father name
- Sub category
- Marks obtained
- Total marks
- Percentile score
- NEET All India Rank
- NEET All India Quota Rank
- State Quota Rank
- Category Rank
NEET 2017 Cut Off
CBSE decides cut off marks for AIQ and overall. Information brochure of NEET 2017 informs about minimum qualifying marks as follows.
|SC / ST / OBC||40th percentile|
|UR PH||45th percentile|
|SC PH / ST PH / OBC PH||40th percentile|
Based on this, details of candidates who qualified NEET (which was AIPMT earlier) last year was such as given in table below.
Moreover, a separate cut off is fixed for 15% AIQ.
Marks obtained in NEET Result
Exam conducting body calculates marks based on the final official response key of NEET 2017. Marks are awarded for a correct answer and deducted for wrong answer. No marks are given or taken for unmarked questions. Marking scheme is fixed by CBSE.
- +4 for correct answer
- -1 for incorrect answer
- 0 for no answer marked
NEET 2017 Rank and Merit List
A merit list is drawn on basis of marks obtained in NEET 2017. Number of candidates in merit list for 15% AIQ is equal to number of seats available. Waiting list has 4 times number of candidates.
As long as marks satisfy qualifying criteria, rank is awarded.
- If total marks are same in NEET 2017, then higher rank is awarded for higher marks in Biology.
- Then higher marks in Chemistry.
- After that, higher rank goes for less number of attempted wrong answers.
- If tie persists, then higher rank is given to older in age.
After declaration of NEET 2017 Result
Once result of NEET 2017 is declared, candidates will get to know whether they have qualified or not. If marks obtained is equals or is greater than that of overall NEET Cut Off 2017, then they can participate in counselling. In addition, if rank is high enough that cut off of NEET 2017 for All India Quota is cleared, then counselling on all India level can be attended.
Counselling of NEET 2017 – 15% AIQ by MCC
UG Medical Counselling is undertaken by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). Details of UG AIQ Counselling 2017 will be announced after NEET 2017 Result is announced. In this, following things are looked forward to happen.
An expected schedule of NEET Counselling is given below.
|Start of registration for counselling, choice filling, and indicative seat allotment||June 2017, last week|
|Choice locking||July 2017, first week|
|First seat allotment result declaration||July 2017, first week|
|Reporting to allotted college||July 2017, second week|
|Choice locking for second round||July 2017, third week|
|Second seat allotment result declaration||July 2017, second week|
|Reporting to allotted college for second round||July 2017, second week|
|Transfer of vacant seats to state quota||July 2017, third week|
Candidates will register and submit choices. They can view indicative seat allotment, modify and lock choices.
- First round of seat allotment will indicate which seat is allotted (branch – MBBS/BDS, and college) on basis of NEET 2017 Rank and preference.
- If seat is allotted in first round then candidate can report to allotted institute and complete admission formalities. Here, willingness to participate in next round can be asserted. If seat was not allotted in first round then seat may be allotted in second round.
- Same process is repeated in round 2.
- Number of seat allotment rounds are decided by MCC.