04 June :- Central Board of Secondary Education has released the results of the National Eligibility Low Entrance Test (NEET). The Board has issued the results of examination on cbseneet.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. With the release of the board results, the waiting of about 13 lakh candidates has ended. Earlier it was told that the results of the examination will be issued on June 5, but the board has released results today itself.
Kalpana Kumari has secured first position in the examination and she has got 99.99 percent. In physics, he has scored 171 out of 180 marks, 160 marks out of 180 in the chemistry and 360 out of 360 in biology. They got 691 out of the total 720.
According to the Indian Express, this year will be as follows …
Cut-off Unreserved: 50 percent (691-119) – 634,987 candidates
OBC: 40 percentile (118-96) – 54653 candidates
SC: 40 percentile (118 -96) – 17209 candidates
ST: 40 percentile (118-96) – 7446 candidates
Unreserved (PH): 45 percentile (118-107) – 205 candidates
OBC (PH): 40 percent (106-96) – 104 candidates
SC: 40 percent (106-96) – 36 candidates
ST: 40 percent (106-96) – 12 candidates
Neet was organized on May 6 for admission in MBBS and BDS courses across the country. In this examination 13,26,725 candidates participated and the examination was conducted at 2255 examination centers in 136 cities. There were 5,80,648 male candidates and 7,46,076 female candidates in these candidates. At the same time a transgender also participated in the fair examination. Many foreign nationals along with Indians were also examined in the examination. Through this it has to be selected for 66 thousand MBBS and dental seats.
These changes were made this time in the NEET, see today’s own results
Follow these steps to see the result from the official website …
– First visit the website cbseneet.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in.
– After that, look at the link for the exam results on the home page.
– Fill out the information sought after and check your result.
This year many changes were made from the Board on the examinations.
This time the age limit was changed, according to which candidates upto 25 years can apply.
– Limit on efforts to give the examination was removed.
– There will also be admission through the AYUSH course.
– Candidates got paper in Urdu too.
Candidates with NIOS can also participate in the examination.
– Reservation of Divya candidates has been increased.
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How was the paper –
Students told that even though the physics section was difficult but the bio-chemistry section was fine. At the same time chemistry is not difficult, but it is called lanthi. It took a lot of time to solve the question. Most students told that most questions were asked from NCERT. Students are the easiest to teach bio section from physics, chemistry. Students said that even though this time Numerical’s problems in physics were difficult. But the students who prepare well for them will have easy paper.
These things were banned –
The CBSE has issued a dress code while issuing the guidelines for the examination of the examination, which states that the candidate had to wear the light-colored shirt / shirt of light color. Candidates’ clothing should not have large buttons, badges or any flowers. Candidates have been told that they do not wear shoes at the examination center. Instead of shoes, they can wear sleeper wear. Girls can not enter the examination center by wearing bracelets, rings, earrings, ear drops, pins, chains, necklaces, badges and brooch.