NEET Result 2021 pdf! Topper list NTA NEET UG Results

NEET Result 2021 Date update – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG was held successfully on 12 September 2021 from 02:00 to 05:00 PM. The exam was organized by the National Testing Agency under the Ministry of Education. All appeared candidates are inform that NTA NEET Results will be out soon, after that, you can check NEET Scorecard 2021 online. In our article, you will get all essential information regarding exam results, topper lists, cut-off marks.

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NTA NEET Result 2021 Date

A massive of candidates appeared in the UG entrance exam on 12 September 2021. They are informed that the concerned authority will announce the exam result very soon. You will get updates from time to time regarding NTA NEET Cut Off 2021 Expected category-wise. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is being conducted by NTA for admission to UG medical education. A rank list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates. Then counseling process will be conducted for seat allotment.

National Testing Agency conducts National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for admission to the UG medical education in all medical institutes including those governed under any other law in force. NEET Toppers List 2021 check online.

NEET Results Date 2021

Dear friends, the NEET UG 2021 is going to be conducted by National Testing Agency as per schedule (12 September 2021 for session 2021-22) at a glance for admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BSMS, BUMS, and BHMS courses as per relevant norms, regulations, guidelines, and others. NEET Rank List 2021 pdf.

NEET Result 2021
NEET Result 2021
Test National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG
Agency National Testing Agency
Exam Date 12 September 2021
Result NEET 2021 Result Name Wise
Official portal neet.nta.nic.in
AIR NEET AIR 2021 Name Wise

All India Rank and results for the NEET exam will prepare by NTA as per criteria fixed by NMC/DGHS for MBBS and BDS, by CCIM for BAMS, BSMS, BUMS, by CCH for BHMS.

NTA NEET Toppers List 2021

Written exam overview –

The medical UG admission test consists of 4 subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology). And each subject contains two sections, and section A contain 35 questions and section B contain 15 questions (you have to choose 10 questions to answer). Every correct answer carries 4 marks, so Each subject carries 180 marks, a total of 720 marks. Negative marking 1 mark will deduct from the total for each incorrect answer.

Dear aspirants as we know the concerned authority will evaluate the answer sheets using standard procedure. After that result will display on the official website of NTA. After that NTA NEET Scorecard will display on the screen.

Eligible for admission to UG Medical courses –

In the case of General, General EWS – A candidate to obtain a min of marks at 50th percentile in the entrance test to UG courses held for the said academic year. For the candidates belonging to SC, ST, OBC, the min marks shall be at the 40th percentile. And the candidates with the benchmark, disabilities specified under the Right of persons with disability Act, 2016, the min marks shall be at 45th percentile for UR, & Gen-EWS, 40th percentile for SC/ST/OBC-NCL candidates.

NEET Rank List 2021 AIR

How to check NEET All India Rank 2021 online? as well as NEET Cutoff List 2021 online

So all dear aspirants advised visiting the official web portal of NTA NEET 2021-22.

NEET Toppers List 2021
NEET Toppers List 2021

Click on the link and the NEET UG homepage will open in a new tab.

Then 12 September exam result link will appear on the page.

Enter hall ticket number, date of birth, security code to check the result.

Candidates can also download the All India Rank pdf file.

After that seat allotment and counselling process will start soon.

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7 thoughts on “NEET Result 2021 pdf! Topper list NTA NEET UG Results”

  1. The students could not tackle 200 questions in 180 mins! There should be extra time for the 20 extra questions that were given this year!

    The finger print and all required details should be taken before the exam and NOT during it.

    Videograhy and Photography of the students while answering should be banned as it detracts from their hard pressed time.

    NEET should be conducted 3 times a year to decrease pressure on students and avoid depression and suicides.

    This year’s NEET experience was a torture to majority of the students.
    The papers were not only difficult but lengthy too, the extra questions could not be tackled in the same amount of time.

    1. Absolutely correct. The approach by the NTA is lacking in professionalism. Students pay the price of poorly constructed and executed exercise by the agency.

  2. Starts to allow candidates 3 hrs before commencement of examination. But ask to fill all information during writing time from 2 o’clock. For what purpose those 3 hrs by locking the students . This is the way of setting system as an authority to conduct national level exam.

    1. Indeed. My daughter who was otherwise well prepared, felt very distracted by the staff for filing out the details during those 3 hours. These 3 hours must be protected for answering the paper ONLY, and not for the administrative chores. Hope better sense prevails.

  3. Now NEET is not intellectual leble test it becomes torches test.what a match of questions 200 questions will be soved in180 minutes very very tougher, please tell us how much time given to read questions and answering. It is less than 1 minute for both read and write answers.
    As i seen some parents complaining that administrative chores are also doing withing examination time.How does it possible to accommodate the whole questions.

  4. Hardarshansingh Rattan

    Examination conducting authorities only know to tax the students .
    Even the invigilators lack proper conduct.
    I am in total agreement with all the objections raised in comments.
    The so called highly educated professionals have literally no responsible attitude towards the students.

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