Uttarakhand Police have approached Vyapam scam whistleblowers in Madhya Pradesh to get deeper into the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) paper-leak case. The matter has been listed before Uttarakhand High court on 19th item no 11. Dr Anand Rai has said Result is a civil matter,just a merit list and they have filed case for criminal investigation and those students who got the paper by illegal means will be in jail. The petitioner Anshul sharma approached Uttarakhand Highcourt in NEET2 paper leak case. As per Dr Anand Rai, CBSE NEET controller lied before Supreme court that Lodha comittee given them clean chit.
CBSE, which had rejected the claim of paper leak, had conducted the NEET Phase II examination on July 24 while NEET-I was held on May 1. The combined results of NEET-I and NEET-II have been declared on the official website on August 16 as per the orders of the Supreme Court. After claiming the top three positions in JEE-Advanced- 2016 examination, students from Kota coaching institutions have yet again managed to secure the first three ranks in the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to undergraduate medical courses. Het Shah (18) from Gujarat scored 685 out of 720 marks to grab the All India Rank (AIR) 1 while Ekansh Goyal (18) from Odisha and Nikhil Bajiya (17) from Rajasthan bagged AIR 2 and 3 respectively in NEET, results of which were announced yesterday, said Brajesh Maheshwari, director of Allen Career Institute.
NEET 2016 results will also be available on “DigiResults” website at (http://results.digilocker.gov.in) a CBSE initiative in collaboration with DigiLocker. Soon your NEET 2016 digital rank letters will be available in DigiLocker (https://digilocker.gov.in/), for those who have qualified under 15% All India quota seats.Candidates are required to sign up for DigiLocker account using your Aadhaar number to access it. Candidates will need to have a DigiLocker account, please make sure to link the Aadhaar number account number.