NEET 2016 Result Declared (Phase 1 & 2) with Cut Off Rank, Counselling Process…
Reportedly, over 7 lakh aspirants had been awaiting the results. Held on May 1, 2016, AIPMT aka NEET 2016 phase 1 saw around 6 lakh candidates appear for the exams. NEET 2, held on July 24, 2016, received a total of 4.75 lakh applications. Of the total, there were only around 1.3 lakh (30%) fresh applications and the rest were candidates who had appeared in NEET 1 and were allowed to retake the exams. The successful candidates will be vying for 15% all India quota seats in India’s top ranking colleges.
The NEET 2016 result sheet/ rank cards will not be dispatched. Candidates will have to get a printout of their result/rank card from the website only. It is important to note that there’ll only be one mark-sheet, even if the candidate appeared for both phases. The NEET phase 1 & 2 results and more information will also be available on www.aipmt.nic.in.
This year, Het Shah has topped the examination by securing 685 marks followed by Ekansh Goyal with 682 marks and Nikhil Bajiya acquired 678 marks.
NEET Phase 1 was conducted at 1,040 centres in 52 cities all over India and abroad, whereas NEET II was held at 739 centres in 56 cities in India.
How to Check the NEET Results?
In order to check the results, the candidates are required to follow the steps listed below:
- Go to the official website
- Click on the link, ‘NEET Phase 2 Results 2016’
- Enter the requisite details
- After submitting the same. The results would appear on the screen
- The candidates must take a printout for future reference.
The combined statistics is as follows:
|Category||Eligible regd. candidates||Appeared||Absent||Qualified||Qualified (Over all neet)|
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 forms. The qualified candidates have to further 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.
Candidates will be called for 15% All India Quota seats counseling, based on the merit list and cut off. After the counselling session, candidates will be allotted the seat based on their rank/merit. According to media reports, the main counselling and registrations are likely to be conducted from August 22, 2016 to August 25, 2016. The seat allotments will be done on August 27 and seat acceptance/admissions between August 28 to September 3. The second allotment is likely to be scheduled for September 12, 2016.
For any queries, students can contact the board on Help desk 011-22041807,011-22041808 or Toll free number 1800118002.
CBSE – NEET Phase 2 Expected Cut-off 2016
NEET Phase 2 Cutoff : Reduced number of seats will definitely have an impact on the cut-off scores (i.e. the minimum score) required for admission to the medical colleges, and these are expected to be on the higher side as a result.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Phase II examination on July 24. The results of the same will be declared on August 17.
NEET 2016 Cutoff – The cutoff of NEET 2016 Phase 2 and 1 are given here for the reference of our readers. NEET cutoff 2016 is the minimum marks which the candidates must secure in order to qualify the examination. For the ease of the students, the expected, previous year and actual cutoff of NEET 2016 is mentioned here. The NEET 1/AIPMT was held on 1 May 2016 and today, on 24 July 2016, the NEET 2 has also been held. The qualifying percentage for the both the examination is 50%, for General Category, and 40% for the candidates belonging to OBC/ST/SC category. Check more information on NEET 2016 cutoff, from the article below.
CBSE NEET Phase 2 Important Topics : NEET also referred as National Eligibility Entrance Testwhich is
organized by the CBSE Board. This entrance examination is organized for those students seeking for admission in various medical courses (MBBS/BDS) offered by top medical colleges in the country. For the session 2016, this examination will be organized on two phases, i.e. NEET Phase – I (AIPMT already commenced) and NEET Phase – II. Here we are providing information related to NEET 2016 Phase 2 including NEET Phase 2 Answer Key, NEET Phase 2 Cut Off, NEET Phase 2 Result, NEET Phase 2 Rank, NEET Phase 2 Counselling, etc.
The Supreme Court has ordered that the NEET will be the only examination that will be considered for selecting candidates for admission to all medical colleges in India, (except AIIMS and JIPMER, both having their separate entrance examinations). Nevertheless, the Ordinance promulgated by the Union Government has mentioned the scope and applicability of the NEET, and ten states (including Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, among others) will not be resorting to the NEET scores for admission to medical colleges in their respective states.
NEET Phase II Expected cut-off:
- To stand a chance of being selected for the 15,000 seats, one has to have at least a 97 percentile ranking, and for the unreserved category 98.5 percentile is required
- The consequently reduced number of seats will definitely have an impact on the cut-off scores (i.e. the minimum score) required for admission into the medical colleges, and these are expected to be on the higher side as a result
- Needless to say, a college that is highly ranked in popularity, such as the Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, or the King George Medical College, Lucknow, will see much higher cut-offs.
About the NEET Phase 2 exam:
- The exam had 180 objective type multiple choice questions based on three subjects – Biology (90 questions), Physics and Chemistry (45 questions each)
- It is conducted for an admission into MBBS/BDS courses in Medical/Dental Colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
The table below states the minimum marks criteria for NEET and AIPMT:
|Category||NEET 2013 Minimum
|General||50th percentile||50%||360 marks|
|OBC/SC/ST||40th percentile||40%||288 marks|
|General PH||45th percentile||45%||324 marks|
|OBC/SC/ST PH||40th percentile||40%||288 marks|
Previous Year NEET Opening and Closing rank for top 10 colleges
|Public Medical Colleges||Opening Rank||Closing Rank|
|Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi||1||7643|
|Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh||73||5109|
|Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai||104||58243|
|Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore||82||22347|
|Medical College, Kolkata||178||196096|
|B. J. Medical College, Ahmedabad||71||20508|
|Tilak Municipal Medical College, Mumbai||228||30268|
|Sawai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur||99||56117|
|Madras Medical College, Chennai||162||114921|
|Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi||35||11397|
Previous year NEET Cutoff marks and percentage
|Category||Marks range||Qualifying Criteria||No. of Candidates|
|UR & PH||589-089||45th Percentile||432|
|OBC & PH||491-081||40th Percentile||606|
|SC & PH||303-081||40th Percentile||173|
|ST & PH||297-081||40th Percentile||62|
AIPMT NEET 2016 Cutoff Expected
General – PH
ST/SC/OBC – PH
We have given here the AIPMT cutoff for 2015 and 2014. The cutoff of both the years will help candidates to provide an idea of current year’s cutoff.
AIPMT Cutoff for previous years is as given below:
AIPMT Cutoff (2015)
(All India Leve)
|UR||695 – 453||1 – 14052|
|OBC||453 – 450||14053 – 14905|
|SC||453 – 324||14200 – 61238|
|ST||452 – 288||14481 – 83162|
|UR-PH||449 – 324||15149 – 61494|
|OBC-PH||322 – 312||62218 – 67788|
|SC-PH||315 – 302||66314 – 73737|
AIPMT Cutoff (2014)
(All India Leve)
|UR||682 – 438||1 – 13605|
|OBC||438 – 434||13606 – 14528|
|SC||438 – 295||13671 – 66176|
|ST||436 – 288||14094 – 70931|
|UR-PH||435 – 288||14353 – 70930|
NEET 2016 Phase 2 Exam Dates are mentioned below:
- Notification release – 26th May 2016
- Application Form starts – 26th May 2016
- Last date through e-challan – 21st June 2016
- Last date through other modes – 25th June 2016
- One time correction – 27th June – 29th June 2016
- Admit Card Release – 8th July 2016
- Exam date – 24th July 2016
- Result announced – 17th August 2016
- Counselling starts – Fourth week of September 2016