The combined results of NEET 2016  has been declared at the official website of CBSE AIPMT aipmt.nic.in. This year the girls outperformed boys. 2,26,049 girls qualified for admissions to medical and dental colleges while ,83,424. boys qualified. Of the nine transgendered applicants, four have qualified. Of the 7.31lakh students who took the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(both NEET-1 and NEET-2), 4.09 lakh have qualified for admissions to private and deemed medical and dental institutes across the country. Results of NEET 2016 has been declared on the basis of the qualifying criteria prescribed by the Medical Council of India and Dental Council of India, as well as based on the information shared by candidates in their online application forms. The all-India topper for NEET 2016, Het Shah from Nadiad, Gujarat, who was being trained at a coaching institute in Kota, scored 685 out of 720. Ekansh Goyal from Odisha (682 marks) stood second and Nikhil Bajiya from Rajasthan (678 marks) stood third.   Het Shah tops CBSE NEET Phase 1 and Phase 2 exam with 685 marks

The qualified candidates are required to complete the formalities and admission with the respective Counselling Authorities viz DGHS, Medical Education Directorates of States, AFMC, Institutions and Universities, etc. for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses. The details and schedule of counseling would be available on the websites of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Medical Education Directorates of States, AFMC, Institutions and Universities concerned. The counselling would be conducted by the respective Counselling Authorities through personal appearance/online counselling subject to prevailing rules and norms for admission in Medical Colleges/Dental Colleges under their ambit. Candidates are advised to be in touch with the respective Counselling Authorities and Institutions concerned for further details.   and check results here

NEET-I was conducted at 1040 centres in 52 cities all over India and abroad & NEET-II was conducted at 739 centres in 56 cities in India. CBSE will also provide NEET rank letters to the candidates qualified for 15% all India seats through DigiLocker at https://digilocker.gov.in/. NEET-2016 result will also be available on “Digilocker” website at http://results.digilocker.gov.in, a CBSE initiative in collaboration with DigiLocker. This is a mobile friendly website and can be viewed on mobile. The Result of NEET-UG, 2016 has been declared on the basis of the qualifying criteria prescribed by the Medical Council of India and Dental Council of India and also based on the information submitted by the candidates in their online application forms.

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