NEET Result 2016 cbseresults.nic.in Toppers Highest Marks

By | August 16, 2016

NEET Result 2016 Online http://cbseresults.nic.in/neet/neet_2016.htm: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the results of much-awaited National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test phases 1 and 2 today. The result was expected to release on August 17, that is, tomorrow but the Board has just released the result.

NEET 1 & NEET 2 Result check Online on the official website – cbseresults.nic.in

Steps to check the NEET 2016 results

  • Log into the official website
  • Click on the link NEET result
  • A new page will open, enter your roll number and date of birth
  • Tthe result will be displayed http://cbseresults.nic.in/neet/neet_2016.htm
  • Check and take a print out of the result Click Here to Check

NEET has been under controversies and been a subject of political debate since it was first pitched in 2012. In fact, over 80 cases opposing the NEET was filed – two of these by state governments and the rest by private and minority institutes.

Private institutes opposed the test because they want a greater say in the content while minority institutions were worried whether they would be able to retain minority character or not.

NEET 2016 Cutoff

 In the year 2013, it was necessary for the candidates to attain the minimum of marks at 50th Percentile. However, for the SC/ST/OBC candidates, the minimum marks at 40th percentile was to be attained. Then from the year 2014 onward, as per the guideline of MCI, 50% marks were required for the general category to qualify the examination. The candidates belonging reserved category needed to secure 40% only.

The table below states the minimum marks criteria for NEET and AIPMT:

Category NEET 2013 Minimum
Percentile
AIPMT Minimum
Percentage
AIPMT Minimum 
Score
General 50th percentile 50% 360 marks
OBC/SC/ST 40th percentile 40% 288 marks
General PH 45th percentile 45% 324 marks
OBC/SC/ST PH 40th percentile 40% 288 marks

Therefore, AIPMT exam held on May 1 was considered NEET 1 and NEET 2 for those candidates who have not appeared in the first phase exam.

In NEET 1, six lakh candidates appeared while in NEET 2, four lakh aspirants gave examination.

CBSE has already released the answer keys of the exam. There were also reports of paper leak of the NEET 2 examination and a petition was filed in the Supreme Court demanding re-test. However, the Court refused to interfere in the plea.

NEET Result 2016 Toppers Highest Marks aipmt.nic.in

CBSE NEET Result website will show highest marks, Cut-off Marks and Toppers of NEET1 and NEET2 on its official website Region wise Toppers, City wise Neet Toppers, Top-10 and Top 20 Boys and Girls, Maharashtra toppers, Delhi Toppers, Gujarat Toppers, Banglore Toppers, Kolkata and West Bengal Toppers of Neet Examination. Admission Process and Merit List will combined at time of Application.

Het Shah from Gujarat is NEET 2016 Topper. He has secured first rank by scoring 685 out of 720 marks. He had also got rank four in the AIIMS entrance examination.

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