The combined results of NEET Phase 1 and Phase 2 has been declared at the official website. Now that the results of CBSE NEET  2016 has been declared, candidates can check the schedule for online counselling for NEET MBBS, BDS courses at aipmt.nic.in. As per the tentative schedule, the main counselling registration, choice filling and Indicative seat is likely to be held for a period of 4 days from August 22 to August 25. The registration will be open from 5 pm of August 25, 2016. As per the schedule, the exercising of choices and locking will be from August 26 up to 5 pm. The process of seat allotment round 1 will be from August 27, 2016. The results of round 1 will be published on August 28, 2016.

Candidates need to report at the alloted medical/dental college against 1st round on August 29 to September 3, 2016. The process of exercising of choices and locking round 2 will be from September9, 2016 to September 10, 2016. The process of seat allotment round 2 will be for 1 day on September 11, 2016. The results of round 2 will be published on September 12, 2016. Candidates need to report at the alloted medical/dental college against round 2 is September 13 to September 20 upto 5 pm. The transfer of vacant searts to state quota is September 20, 2016 after 5 pm.  .

This year the girls outperformed boys. 2,26,049 girls qualified for admissions to medical and dental colleges while ,83,424. boys qualified.  This year Het Shah  topped the CBSE NEET exam with a score of  685 marks out of 720. Het Shah, 18, from Gujarat, scored 685 out of 720 marks to grab the All India Rank (AIR) 1. Ekansh Goyal, 18, from Odisha and Nikhil Bajiya, 17, from Rajasthan bagged AIR 2 and 3 respectively. All three top rankers were classroom coaching students for NEET at the Kota branch of Allen Career Institute. The Medical Council of India (MCI) is a statutory body with the responsibility of establishing and maintaining high standards of medical education and recognition of medical qualifications in India. It registers doctors to practice in India, in order to protect and promote the health and safety of the public by ensuring proper standards in the practice of medicine.