CBSE will declare NEET Result 2017 on June 8 in online mode. CBSE has conducted National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) on May 7, 2017. NEET 2017 was held offline (pen and paper based). Admissions to about 63,000 MBBS and BDS seats across the country will be through NEET. About 11,50,000 candidates had filled the NEET 2017 application form from January 31 to April 5, 2017. Various coaching institutes are in the process of releasing NEET answer keys 2017, as the national-level medical entrance examination has been conducted. NEET 2017 was conducted at 2,200 examination centres in 104 cities across India. NEET 2017 result will be available on June 8. As per a Supreme Court’s directive in 2016, NEET has replaced All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) as well as all state level medical entrance tests and will now enable admission to all government, private and deemed medical and dental colleges/ universities across the country. The NEET 2017 admit card was available online from April 22 onwards for registered candidates who can download their NEET admit card 2017 by entering their registration number, date of birth and security pin. In 2016, about 7,31,223 students had appeared for the NEET exam and 4,09,477 candidates had qualified in it. Candidates can apply for the 15% All India Quota tentatively in June/ July. Admissions to the medical seats under the state quota (85%) will be held separately through the respective state medical authorities. Candidates who wish to appear in NEET 2017 can check all the information below such as eligibility, exam pattern, syllabus, application procedure, admit card, answer key, result and cutoff trends etc.
NEET 2017 Important Dates
NEET 2017 applications
January 31, 2017
Last date for submitting the application form
March 1, 2017
Registration window for candidates above 25 years of age
March 31 to 5, 2017
Date of uploading of Admit-Card on website
April 22, 2017
NEET 2017 Exam Date
May 7, 2017
Downloading of OMR Answer Sheet
Last week of May*
Declaration of NEET 2017 Result
June 8, 2017
NEET 2017; Plea In Madras High Court To Cancel The Medical Entrance Exam
NEW DELHI: CBSE NEET results is unlikely to be declared this week. Results of National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) was scheduled to be published on June 8. With Madras High Court is hearing the case next on June 7 after it granted an interim stay on the results declaration, it is unlikely to be declared on June 8 and 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.
In the latest plea, petitioner J Gladwin prayed for admitting students to MBBS and BDS courses based on Plus Two marks. The case is to be taken for hearing in the coming week.
Last week, Madurai bench of Madras high court granted an interim stay on release of NEET UG examination results which is scheduled to be declared on June 8.
Hearing a batch of petitions filed by some students, Justice M V Muralidharan had also directed officials of the Medical Council of India, the CBSE Director and the Union health department to file their counter affidavits on June 7.
NEET was held on May 7 amidst controversies including question papers in various languages, including Hindi, English and Tamil, were not same and not of same difficulty level.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts the examination for admission into the undergraduate admission to the medical colleges across the country.
- In addition to English and Hindi, NEET 2017 will be conducted in eight languages.
- Aadhaar card is necessary to fill NEET application form – It has been made mandatory to fill Aadhaar card details in NEET 2017 application form. However, this compulsion is not applicable on candidates belonging to Jammu & Kashmir, Assam and Meghalaya.
- NEET 2017 will be considered as the first attempt irrespective of any attempts in the previous years. The bar of three attempts has also been rolled back by the Supreme Court.
- Candidates above 25 years of age can apply as the age limit has been removed by the Apex Court
Where will NEET 2017 scores be accepted?
- 15% All India Quota seats in Government medical and dental colleges in all states and UTs of India
- 85% state quota seats for MBBS and BDS admissions in all states and UTs of India
- MBBS and BDS seats in all private and deemed medical colleges across the country including minority institutions such as CMC Vellore and CMC Ludhiana
- MBBS and BDS seats in Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)
While Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct NEET 2017, the admission to 15% All India Quota seats in government medical and dental colleges will be filled by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) through online counselling. Similarly, admission in 85% State Quota seats in government medical and dental colleges will be filled by the Directorate of Medical Education of the respective states. Further, counselling to MBBS and BDS seats in private and deemed medical universities including central universities and minority institutions will also be done under the aegis of the Directorate of Medical Education on the basis of the NEET merit list 2017.
NEET cutoff can be distinguished as qualfying cutoff and cutoff for admissions. The NEET 2017 qualifying cut off is the minimum qualifying marks required to pass the entrance exam. The admission cut off of NEET 2017 is different as it is the minimum score that is determined to screen the admissions to the various medical seats offered across the country. This NEET cut off depends on many factors such as number of applicants, difficulty level of the exam and marking scheme etc. The NEET cutoff 2017 for admission will vary from state to state and for each category of students Candidates can check below for the qualifying cut off score of NEET 2017 as prescribed for their categories:
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NEET 2017 Cut off Score
|S.No||Category||Cut off percentile|
NEET Cut off score under 15% All India Quota seats
|S.No||Category||Total Candidates||Marks Range|
|1||General||14315||685 – 468|
|2||OBC||230||468 – 465|
|3||Scheduled Caste||2815||468 – 352|
|4||Scheduled Tribe||1427||466 – 303|
|5||General & PH||430||466 – 214|
|6||OBC & PH||10||213 – 210|
|7||SC & PH||75||209 – 130|
|8||ST & PH||23||213 – 118|
NEET Overall Cut off (Category-wise)
|S.No||Category||Qualifying Criteria||Marks Range||No. of Candidates|
|1||General||50th Percentile||685 – 145||171329|
|2||OBC||40th Percentile||678 – 118||175226|
|3||Scheduled Caste||40th Percentile||595 – 118||47183|
|4||Scheduled Tribe||40th Percentile||599 – 118||15710|
|5||General & PH||45th Percentile||474 – 131||437|
|6||OBC & PH||40th Percentile||510 – 118||597|
|7||SC & PH||40th Percentile||415 – 118||143|
|8||ST & PH||40th Percentile||339 – 118||36|
Candidates can check below for the NEET 2016 appeared and qualified candidate’s details:
NEET 2016 appeared and qualified candidates
||Appeared||Absent||Qualified (15%)||Overall Qualified
NEET 2017 Admission Criteria
|Distribution of NEET MBBS/BDS Seats||Admission through NEET 2017|
|All India Quota 15% seats||To be filled at All India Level as per applicable regulations, using NEET merit list|
|State Quota 85% seats (in Government medical colleges owned and controlled by State Govt)||Admission process is to be undertaken and completed by the Directorate of Medical Education of concerned states using NEET scores and as per applicable regulations and /or their eligibility criteria and reservation policy etc.|
|MBBS and BDS seats in private and deemed medical colleges/universities (including the minority institutions- CMC Vellore and CMC Ludhiana)||To be filled by the Directorate of Medical Education of concerned states using NEET scores as per applicable regulations and/or their eligibility criteria and reservation policy etc.|
|MBBS and BDS admissions in Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), BHU and AMU||To be filled using NEET scores through counselling conducted by the institute itself.|
NEET Merit List 2017
Based on the cut off score of NEET, the exam conducting authority will declare a merit list for 15% All India Quota seats. Only NEET 2017 All India Quota qualified candidates will be allowed to participate in the 15% All India Quota counselling and accordingly seats will be allotted as per the candidate’s rank and preference.
NEET Counselling 2017
The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET Counselling for 15% All India Quota seats, tentatively in the month of June/July, 2017. The counselling will be conducted in two rounds in online mode for allotment of MBBS and BDS seats in government medical and dental colleges across the country.
Medical Institutes Exempted from NEET 2017 Session
- 7 AIIMS institutions across the country
- JIPMER, Puducherry and Karaikal
AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS do not come under the ambit of NEET UG and thus, will conduct their own entrance exam.