NEET 2017 Result, NEET UG Score, NEET Merit List

NEET 2017 Result, NEET UG Score, NEET Merit List NEET Result Online – This article is about NEET Result  2017 Combined Result for Phase 1 and Phase 1. CBSE Successfully conducted the NEET Phase 1 on 1 May  2017 and NEET Phase on 24 July  2017 and now going to declare the Combined result on 17 august  2017 as per Supreme Court’s Order. NEET Result  2017 – Phase 1 and Phase 2 will be declared at official website on 17th August  2017. Candidate who appeared for NEET  2017 Phase 1 and Phase 2 can check here NEET  2017 Result by entering Roll Number and Date of Birth at the given link below. Candidates who score more then minimum qualifying marks will be able to download their NEET UG Score Card  2017.

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NEET  2017 Result 

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)  is going to declare the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)  2017 Result on 17 August  2017 for providing admission to 30000 MBBS and BDS Seats under 15% All India Quota/Private/Management/NRI Quota Seats in all private medical/dental colleges or private/Deemed University. NEET  2017 Phase 1 and Phase 2 is conducted in offline mode which is pen and paper mode at various examination centres. Candidates who appeared for NEET  2017 for Phase 1 and Phase 2 is waiting for 17 august which is official date for announcement of Combined result for NEET  2017 Phase 1 and Phase 2.

NEET UG Score Card  2017 

Examination Authority – Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)

Exam Name – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)

NEET Exam Date – Phase 1 – 1 May  2017, Phase 2- 24 July  2017

NEET Official answer Key – Released on 8 August  2017

NEET Result Date (Phase 1 and Phase 2) – 17 August  2017

NEET  2017 Counselling Date – August 22 to September 20,  2017

NEET Counselling Registration, Choice Filling and Locking – 22 August  2017 to 25 August  2017 (4 Days)

NEET Editing of Choices and Locking – 26 August  2017

NEET 1st Round Seat Allotment Result – 27 August  2017

Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College after NEET 1st Seat Allotment Round – 29 August  2017 to 3 September  2017 (6 Days)

NEET Round 2 Exercising of Choices and Locking – 9 September to 10 September  2017

NEET Round 2 Seat Allotments – 11 September  2017

NEET 2nd Round Seat Allotment Result – 12 September  2017

Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College after NEET 2nd Round Seat Allotment Result – 13 September  2017 to 20 September  2017 (8 Days)

Transfer of vacant seats to State Quota – 20 September  2017 after 5 PM

NEET  2017 Result Inter Se Merit 

It Means that if two or more candidates having equal score in NEET Result  2017, then the tie breaking is done by following ways:

  1. Candidates which score high marks in Biology in NEET  2017.
  2. Candidates which score high marks in Chemistry.
  3. Candidates wit less number of wrong attempt Question in all subjects in NEET  2017
  4. Older Age Candidates will be preferred.

How to Check NEET  2017 Result ?

To Check NEET Result  2017 candidates need to follow some steps:

  1. First of all candidates need to open NEET UG Result  2017 Link to check their Score.
  2. Now link is open in new window and Asking for AIPMT Roll Number/NEET Roll Number and Date of Birth (DOB)
  3. Now NEET Result  2017 with Score will appear on screen.
  4. NEET Result  2017 having candidates name, category, All India Rank, Cut off and Total Marks Obtained in each subject – Physics, Chemistry and Biology

NEET  2017 Qualifying Marks

In order to qualify NEET  2017 candidates need to score more than minimum qualifying marks which is caste category wise .NEET  2017 qualifying marks is different for different category which is given below:

  • NEET  2017 qualifying marks for General – 50% (equal to 360 marks) out of 720 Marks
  • SC/ST/OBC – PH – 40% (equal to 288 marks) out of 720 Marks
  • General PH – 45% (equal to 324 marks) out of 720 Marks

NEET  2017 Counselling

NEET  2017 Counselling will be held in 2 Rounds which is started from 22 august  2017 as per official notification by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) which is conducted in online mode.

NEET  2017 counselling for 15% All India Quotas for MBBS and BDS Seats in all government medical and dental colleges of India which is based on Rank which is conducted for approximate 3500 MBBS and BDS Seats.

NEET  2017 Counselling for Participating States and Medical Colleges which is conducted by State Medical Council for 85 % state quota MBBS and BDS Seats CBSE will prepare the State merit list of each participated States and send it to state medical council of respective states. NEET  2017 State Merit list is based on the marks obtained by candidates in the entrance exam. Even Seat Allotment of MBBS and BDS Seats in AFMC, Delhi University, BHU and Jamia Hamrad will also done by medical college as per the NEET  2017 Merit List

NEET  2017 Counselling Process having some steps:

  1. Registration
  2. Choice Filling
  3. Locking
  4. Seat Allotment Result
  5. Reporting at Allotted Medical/Dental College

NEET  2017 Rank List for Counselling

CBSE will also publish the Rank range which is based on marks obtained by candidates in the entrance exam. The NEET Rank Range will declare along with publication of NEET  2017 Result. NEET  2017 Rank List includes the NEET Score from high-test to lowest within category. The Counselling is conducted for only those candidates who have allotted ranks under all India quota categories.

NEET  2017 Merit List

This is declaring with NEET Result. NEET  2017 Merit List CBSE will prepare the NEET Merit List  2017 which is based on cut off score of NEET  2017 for all qualified candidates as per their marks obtained in entrance exam as per their marks range or rank range of score from highest to lowest.

Rank range of NEET Counselling Last Year:

Category Rank Range (All India Quota Seats)
UR 1 – 14052
OBC 14053 – 14905
SC 14200 – 61238
ST 14481 – 83162
UR – PH 15149 – 61494
OBC – PH 62218 – 67788
SC – PH 66314 – 73737

Number of MBBS and BDS Seats – The Number of MBBS and BDS Seats Allotted through NEET  2017 Counselling

  • MBBS Seats – 3200 Seats in 159 Medical Colleges
  • BDS Seats – 250 Seats in 28 Dental Colleges

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