HIGHLIGHTS: CBSE NEET result 2017: Topper Navdeep Singh aims to join Delhi’s MAMC
CBSE’s National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) result was declared on Friday morningUpdated: Jul 14, 2017 11:41 IST
The Central Board of Seconary Education (CBSE) has declared its NEET results. We bring you the live updates.
5.00 pm: After NEET 2017 counselling: Vacant seats to be transferred to state quota
4.57 pm: Candidates will be required to report at the allotted medical and dental college for round two from August 9 to August 16, 2017
4.56 pm: Results of round 2 of CBSE NEET counselling will be published on August 8, 2017
4.55pm: Seat allotments for round two2 will be done from August 5 to 7, 2017
4.54 pm: Round two of counselling (exercising of choices and locking and new registrations) will be done from August 1 to August August 2017. Registration to remain open till 5 pm on last date
4.51 pm: Students will required to report at their medical/dental colleges over seven days from July 16 to July 22, up to 5 pm on the last day
4.50 pm: Results of CBSE NEET 2017 counselling round one will be July 15
4.48 pm: Sankeerth Sadanand, who hails from Bengaluru, has secured the fourth rank all India in NEET-2017, results of which were declared on Friday. His father is a company secretary and mother a biology teacher. Sadanand says he has always been interested in biology and healthcare is his calling
4.46 pm: Seat allotments will be done over two days, on July 13 and 14
4.45 pm: Details of CBSE NEET counselling, Choice filling and locking will be done on one day, July 12 – up to 5 pm on the last day.
4.29 pm: CBSE’s NEET 2017 counselling schedule has been released. Registration and choice filling of subjects will be done from July 3 to 11, with registrations open up to 5 pm on July 11.
4.22 pm: NEET topper Navdeep Singh has told HT that he had hoped to clear the exam but did not “expect to become the all-India topper.” His younger brother Navjot, who studies in Classs 10, said he was “very inspired” by his older brother.
4.11 pm: NEET Topper Navdeep Singh plans to get admission to Maulana Azad Medical College in Delhi for MBBS.
4.10 pm: NEET topper Navdeep Singh’s mother credits his success to the hard work he has done. “We are very happy over Navdeep’s success. He has made us feel proud,” she said.
4.07 pm: NEET topper Navdeep Singh completed Class 10 from Akal Academy School Muktsar and plus two from Shivalik Public School Muktsar with 88% marks. He did his coaching at Helix institute in Chandigarh
4 pm: Counselling will be done by Medical Counselling Committee
3.57 pm: Counselling for students who have cleared NEET will start from July 3, reports say
3.35 pm: HT has connected with the family of NEET 2017 topper Navdeep Singh. His father Gopal Singh is principal of the government senior secondary school Charewan in Muktsar district and mother Simarjeet Kaur is employed with Life Insurance Corporation of India.
3.34 pm: NEET 2017 Topper Navdeep Singh and his father left for Chandigarh from Muktsar in Punjab soon after the NEET results were announced. His house has been flooded by the people congratulating the family. Bathinda girl Nikita Goyal has also secured eighth rank.
3.25 pm: Harsh Agarwal, the Bihar topper with an all-India rank 16 in NEET 2017 secured 685 marks to score a percentile of 99.99. He was the sole candidate from Bihar in the list of top 25
3.08 pm: Shivam Sinha from Birla High School, Calcutta, ranked third from West Bengal in NEET 2017 with an all- India ranking of 50.
3.06 pm: Anyesha Chakrabarty of Sushila Birla Girls’ School has been ranked second from West Bengal, with an all- India rank of 42. “My aim was to be within the first 50 and accordingly I prepared myself giving equal emphasis on all subjects. The results had been as per my expectations,” Chakrabarty says.
3.05 pm: Admissions in 100% seats of MBBS/BDS will be done on the basis of the results in medical/dental colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the ministry of health and family welfare.
3.02 pm: Admissions in 100% seats of MBBS/BDS will be done on the basis of the results in medical/dental colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the ministry of health and family welfare.
2.50 pm: Bengal NEET topper Tamaghna Ghosh, although elated by his results, Ghosh said he would opt for AIIMS. “I am happy over my results. However, I will opt for AIIMS,” said Tamaghna, who also ranked sixth in the joint entrance (engineering) examination, 2017.
2.40 pm: West Bengal NEET: Tamaghna Ghosh from South Point High School, with all- India ranking 34, is first from the state. Incidentally, Tamaghna ranked third in the entrance test for All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.
2.39 pm: Three students from West Bengal have ranked among the first 50 in the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
2.32 pm: Some advice is also coming in from NEET second topper Archit Gupta.He says he expected to get a good rank, but not second in the nation. He advises students ‘not to waste time, focus on studying in school and at coaching institutes, and follow the NCERT courses and revise them occasionally.’
2.30 pm: Second topper Archit will seek admission from AIIMS New Delhi. Counselling for the programme begins next week. After graduation, Archit hopes to become a neurosurgeon.
2.28 pm: Counselling for NEET will be conducted by the respective Counselling Authorities 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
2.26 pm:The final NEET undergraduate results for this year has evoked mixed reactions from students. While some were relieved to finally get their marks, many were upset about the decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to not accept any challenges sent by them in the past week.
2.20 pm: The details and schedule of counselling for candidates who have qualified NEET will be available on the websites of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Medical Education Directorates of States.
2.16 pm: What next? CBSE says qualified candidates have to further complete the formalities with the respective Counselling Authorities viz DGHS, Medical Education Directorates of States, etc. for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses.
2.13 pm: Language was a big issue in NEET 2017 with many candidates claiming that vernacular papers were easier. The number of candidates registered for different languates in NEET 2017 were: English, 80.16 %; Hindi, 10.59 %; Telugu, 00.15 %; Assamese, 00.33 %; Gujarati, 04.20 %; Marathi, 00.08 %; Tamil, 01.33 %; Bengali, 03.02 %; Kannada, 00.06 %; Oriya,00.03 %; English+Hindi 90.75 %
2.06 pm: Among first 25 candidates who cleared NEET, three are from Kerala. Derick Joseph secured rank six.
2.04 pm: Women did better than men: out of 6,16, 772 who gave the exam, 3,45,313 qualified. About 4,73,305 men sat NEET and 2,66,221 cleared the exam.
2.00 pm: Out of eight transgenders who wrote NEET 2017; 5 cleared the exam.
1.56 pm: Second topper Archit Gupta is representing India in the upcoming International Biology Olympiad 2017, to be held in the UK
1.55 pm: NEET 2017 second topper Archit Gupta wants to be a neurosurgeon
1.50 pm: NEET 2017 second topper Archit Gupta had secured the second rank in AIIMS 2017 too
1.44 pm: Here’s Archit Gupta, second NEET topper
1.41 pm: Candidates who have topped NEET from rank 21 to 25 are: 21. Mariya Biji Varghese from Kerala; 22. Aditi Goyal from Haryana; 23. Vishnu Singhal from Gujarat; 24. Mangani Deepika from Telengana and 25. Abhineet Mathur from Delhi
1.38 pm:Out of 10,90085 candidates who gave the exam 473305 were males; 616772 were females and eight were transgender
1.33 pm: Toppers from rank 16 to 20 are: 16. Harsh Agarwal from Bihar, 17. Chavi Harkawat from Rajasthan; 18. Nada Fatima from Kerala; 19: Bhuvensh Sharma from UP and Vanshika Arora from Delhi
1.31 pm: Out of a total of 11,38890 candidates who registered for NEET; 10,90085 gave the exams; 48805 were absent and 61,1539 were successful
1.29 pm:Toppers from rank 11 to 15 are: 11 Nishita N. Purohit from Gujarat, 12. Lakkimsetti Arnav Thirinath from Telengana, 13 Anuj Gupta from MP, 14 Narreddy Manvitha from Andhra and 15, Harshit Anand Male from West Bengal.
1.25 pm:About 11,38,890 candidates registered for NEET, a 70.58% increase from NEET-I, 2016 and a 139.37% increase from NEET-II, 2016
1.23 pm: Harsh Agarwal is the Bihar topper with an all-India rank 16, securing 685 marks, as the result of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test, 2017
1.11 pm:The top 10 are: 1. Navdeep Singh, 2. Archit Gupta, 3. Manish Mulchandani , 4. Sankeerth Sadananda, 5.Dogra Abhishek Veerendra, 6.Deric Joseph, 7.Kanishh Tayal, 8.Nikita Goyal, 9. Aryan Raj Singh, 10. Tanish Bansal
1.06 pm: NEET Topper is Navdeep Singh from Muktsar in Punjab
1.01 pm:Daughter of M Chandra Prakash, Deepika from Hyderabad, rank 24, has studied at Sri Chaitanya Academy, Raman Bhavan campus at Kukatpalli Housing Board. At the state-level, Deepika has secured rank 2 in Telangana state.
12.59 pm: Second and third topper are from Allen Career Institute’s Indore branch.
Another student of the same college S Nikhil, son of S Srinivasulu, secured all india 57th rank.
12.57 pm: M Deepika of Kukatpalli in Hyderabad has bagged the All India 24th rank in the general category of NEET-2017.
12.54 pm: Harsh Agarwal is Bihar topper with AIR 16, securing 685 marks .
12.51 pm: Talking to Hindustan Times over the phone, Archit Gupta says he is delighted to grab All India Rank (AIR) 2 in NEET.
12.49 pm: NEET 2017 topper, reports say, is from Muktsar in Punjab
12.44 pm:The second and third NEET toppers are from Indore.
12.39 pm: Archit Gupta (17) is from Indore (Madhya Pradesh). He was also 2nd All India Ranker of AIIMS 2017 andthe 2nd Ranker of NEET 2017
12.30 pm: NEET Topper Archit Gupta who was 2nd Ranker of AIIMS 2017 is also 2nd Ranker of NEET 2017
12.15 pm: About 12 lakh students aspiring to join medical and dental colleges across the country have given NEET 2017.
12.00 noon: To check your results, go to cbseresults.nic.in.
11.40 am: Aspiring doctors will have just one chance to get a seat in a medical college this year through National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (UG) 2017
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) on Friday morning.
First Published: Jun 23, 2017 12:35 IST