New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) can declare the result of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - UG (NEET 2017) - a mandatory test for admission to MBBS, BDS and other medical courses, on its official website any moment as the time to challenge the Answer Keys ends today at 05:00 pm.
The NEET 2017 results are delayed because of legal hurdles following petitions filed by some students in Madras High Court. All legal hurdles were cleared after the Supreme Court granted the CBSE permission to go ahead with NEET 2017 result declaration.
The Supreme Court also barred the high courts in the country from entertaining any petition on the entrance examination held for admission to various medical courses.
Consequently, the CBSE released the OMR sheets of the students on June 13 and the official Answer Keys on June 15. The CBSE has also given time till 05:00 pm to challenge the Answer Keys in case of any issue.
As the time to challenge Answer Keys ends today and the entire process is online, it id most likely that the CBSE will decalre the NEET 2017 results in the next few days.
How to check NEET 2017 result:
- Click here to go to CBSE NEET 2017 official website: cbseneet.nic.in
- Go to bottom section of the home page and search for "Online Services"
- Click on the link marked with "NEET 2017 Result"
- Login using Registration number and password
- Click on Download
The CBSE in the Information Bulletin had fixed June 08 as the tentative date to declare the NEET 2017 result. Before that the candidates' OMR sheet and NEET 2017 Official Answer Keys should have been released.
However because of the legal hurdles the CBSE could neither release the OMR Sheet of the students nor the NEET 2017 Answer Keys in time.
The CBSE had conducted the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET-UG-2017 on 7th May, 2017 from 10.00 am to 01.00 pm in offline mode across the country. The online exams were held on May 9.
The exams, conducted in 10 languages at 1921 Exam Centres in 103 cities, were held for UG admissions to 95,000 seats - 65,000 MBBS and 25,000 BDS, in all Government Medical Colleges, Private Medical Colleges and Deemed Universities across the country.
A total of 11, 38,890 students had registered for this examination including 1522 NRIs, 480 OCIs, 70 PIOs and 613 Foreigners.