NEET UG Result Update 2023:
Students appearing for NEET UG Exam can download their scorecard from the official website – neet.nta.nic.in
National Testing Office (NTA) on June 13 reported the results for the National Qualification cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG 2023. The students can check their results at the official site — neet.nta.nic.in
Tamil Nadu’s Prabhanjan J and Andhra Pradesh’s Bora Varun Chakravarthi topped this year’s NEET-UG test with a score of 99.99, the National Testing Organization (NTA) reported on Tuesday. A total of 2.038 million people took the test, of which 1.145 million people passed.
Upon the declaration of the NEET result, qualified candidates will be able to participate in the centralized counseling, conducted by the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) for the 15 per cent All India Quota seats and 85 percent state quota seats by individual state authorities.
16 understudies from inaccessible villages in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli and Melghat have cleared the NEET UG 2023. The candidates from the Vidarbha district were part of a group of 30 students who received long-term free tutoring from ‘Lift For Upliftment’ (LFU), an organization founded by students and alumni of BJ Medical College, Pune. Melghat – a field often associated with Naxalism and poor social indicators – is taught by doctors and those who pursue their ideas at the Therapeutic College in Pune. Mentors regularly visit the organization’s Learning Center
Osmanabad and Gadchiroli area.
IR 3, Kaustav Bauri exceeded his own expectations when he saw his title on toppers list
Kaustav Bauri, from Chennai is the second dalit candidate in final five a long time to seem in beat 50. Kaustav is the child of Sushmita Layak, a senior HR proficient in a Chennai-based IT firm, and Ranjith Bauri, a teacher of IIT-Madras — who accost from Asansol
in West Bengal and lived in Chennai for over ten years. “Completing the NCERT reading material for each subject is the first step I take. Normal paper practice and mock exams are other key points I follow,” said Kostaff.
Twin sister’s from Kashmir town satisfy mother’s dream by clearing medical entrance exam Syed Sabiya imagined of getting to be an IAS officer until her twin sister, Syed Bisma’s passion for MBBS impacted her to follow the same way. A year later, both sisters have successfully cleared the NEET examination. Hailing from a inaccessible town named Watoo in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district, the twin sisters have too satisfied their mother’s dream, who works as a school teacher
Maharashtra records moment highest number of qualified candidates, competition for seats to get tougher
A add up to of 131,008 understudies qualified NEET UG 2023 in Maharashtra. It stands moment among the state with the most elevated number of qualified students. However, the high number of NEET qualifiers is impossible going to make any significant changes on the number of restorative seats that will be made accessible this year. Final year, Maharashtra had a add up to of
10,345 seats for MBBS and dentistry combined, including government as well as private colleges.
A total of 10 young ladies featured in top 50 of NEET UG 2023
- Pranjal Aggarwal– Discuss 4
- Ashika Aggarwal– Discuss 11
- Arya R S– Discuss 23
- Mimansha Moun– Discuss 33
- Sumegha Sinha– Discuss 39
- Kani Yasasri– Discuss 40
- Bareera Ali– Discuss 42
- Riddhi Wajaringkar– Discuss 44
- Kavalakuntla Pranathi Reddy– Discuss 45
- Jagruthi Bodeddula– Discuss 49
Meet topper Riddhi Wajaringkar from Maharashtra
Riddhi Wajaringkar from Baramati, Maharashtra was on her way to Kota when she gotten the news that she has packed away the 44th rank in NEET UG 2023. She secured 710 marks and 99.9962719 percentile. Riddhi was preparing for NEET through a coaching institute in Kota and was inquired to come back as results were expected.
NEET UG 2023:
What is the tie-breaker system?
A add up to of 16 students secured 715 marks from All India Ranks 4 to 19 (inclusive of both positions), 6 understudies secured 711 marks from Discuss 21 to 26. 23 understudies secured 710 marks from Discuss 27 to 50. The ranks are allotted on the basis of a tie-breaking framework. The tie-breaking framework of NEET is as follows:
- Candidates accomplishing higher marks/percentiles in Biology (Botany and Zoology), taken after by.
- The candidate with the most elevated mark/percentile in Chemistry, followed by
- The candidate who accomplished the highest marks/percentile score in Material science within the test, followed by.
- Candidates with less incorrect answers than adjust answers in all subjects within the test, followed by
- A candidate with the lowest extent of inaccurate reactions to adjust reactions in Science (Botany
- and Zoology) is the champ, followed by.
- Candidate with the lowest proportion of incorrect answers to correct answers in Chemistry, followed by.
- The candidate with a lower rate of attempted off base answers and correct answers in Material science, taken after by.
- Candidate more seasoned in age, followed by.
- NEET application number in rising order.