The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is unlikely to declare results of the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 before June 8.
As reported by News Nation, this announcement was made by CBSE officials.
Reasons for delay in results:
- A temporary order on a petition challenging the conduct of NEET exam on May 7 was filed in the court
- As reported, the petition moved by Sankalp, an NGO, sought a re-exam for NEET 2017
- Now, Madras High Court will be hearing the case on June 7 after it granted an interim stay on the results declaration.
Moreover, as reported by NDTV, a fresh writ petition also has been filed in the same court seeking to cancel the NEET which was held for admission to MBBS and BDS courses for the academic year 2017-18.
(Read: CBSE NEET 2017 to be re-conducted for these students )
Once the results will be declared, all the candidates need to follow the below mentioned steps:
- Go to the official website
- Click on relevant link
- Enter all the required details in prescribed format
- Click to submit
- Results will be displayed
- Download and take print out of the same for future reference.
More on the report:
- Further, the Union health and family welfare secretary, director-general health services, New Delhi, Medical Council of India (MCI), Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Tamil Nadu health and family welfare secretary have been directed by the judge to file their replies by June 7
- Also, CBSE was forced to stop evaluation of answer sheets. Hence, the answer keys were also not released as per schedule.
(Read: NEET 2017: Questions in Bengali tougher than English version, Bengal government to write to CBSE)
For smooth conduction of the examination, 490 CBSE officials were deployed to the exam centres to personally supervise the examination along with 3,500 observers and city coordinators from CBSE affiliated schools.
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, by a June 2016 ordinance, amended the Medical Council of India Act and Dental Council of India Act and made the provision for integrated NEET for UG admissions for 95,000 seats (65,000 MBBS and 25,000 BDS) in all government medical colleges, private medical colleges and deemed universities in the entire country.
“The cut-off for general category would be between 380 and 410,” said expert Rajshekhar Ratrey, VP Educational Content of Toppr.
About NEET exam:
- The exam was held on May 7
- A total of 11,38,890 students registered for this examination including 1522 NRIs, 480 OCIs, 70 PIOs and 613 Foreigners. This exam has been conducted in 10 languages at 1921 exam centres in 103 cities.
For any query, all the candidates can check the official website of the board.