The result for the first phase of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), which saw 6 lakh candidates register and was conducted on May 1, has been declared.
Medical aspirants seeking seats in private institutes, deemed colleges and all-India quota seats in state colleges may note that CBSE announced the combined results of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test -- phase I and II on Tuesday -- a day before the scheduled declaration of results.
Students can check their results by clicking the following link: CBSE results website
Steps to check the results:
1) Go to CBSE results website
2) Click on the link for 'NEET exam results 2016' to go to the log in page
3) Enter your roll number and date of birth
4) Click on submit
5) Results will be displayed on the screen
Click here to directly go to the log-in page
Of the students who appeared for the examination, 4.09 lakh students qualified in the test. Het Shah from Gujarat emerged the country topper with a score of 685 out of 720, followed by Ekansh Goyal from Odisha.
Of the total qualifying students, 2.26 lakh are girls. Around 19,300 students qualified for the 15% all-India quota seats in government medical colleges across the country. Admissions to private and deemed institutes in Maharashtra will be done on the basis of students' NEET scores.