NEET 2016 Result has been declared at the official website by CBSE. Candidates will be able to check the combined results of medical entrance exam NEET Phase 1 & Phase 2 Results at aipmt.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in. The AIPMT-2016/NEET- I was conducted on 1 st May, 2016. NEET-II was conducted on Sunday, the 24 th July, 2016. Candidates are required to note that the judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and Ordinances is uploaded on NEET website. During counseling, the eligibility criteria, self-declaration, various documents, etc. of the eligible candidates shall be verified as per norms specified by the respective authorities and Medical/Dental Colleges.  NEET results 2016 declared: Check CBSE NEET Phase I and Phase 2 results now at aipmt.nic.in

Candidates are required to note that original Score cards will be dispatched by the Board separately. It is important for the candidates to note that during counseling, the eligibility criteria, self-declaration, various documents, etc. of the eligible candidates will be verified as per norms specified by the respective authorities and Medical/Dental Colleges. Over 4.75 lakh candidates who had registered for the NEET II exam for admission to medical and dental colleges took the test today in 56 cities.  Het Shah tops CBSE NEET Phase 1 and Phase 2 exam with 685 marks

Earlier the Supreme Court had  refused to interfere with NEET ordinance, and cleared the deck for second phase of medical entrance test. The states including Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Punjab has been exempted from the NEET exam for this year. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the answer keys of of the question paper prepared for the students appearing in National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET). The answer keys of both Phase-I and Phase-II of the examination. The Undergraduate NEET exam was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, and held for the first time on 5 May 2013.With regards to the marking, each correct answer achieves four marks, with one mark being deducted for every wrong answer