NEET 2020 results analysis, Toppers, Counselling process

NEET 2020 results analysis

  • The results of the National Eligibility Entrance Test for Medical Studies, also known as NEET, were released on October 16th.
  • Shoaib Aftab and Akanksha tops the NEET 2020 with 720 marks.

 

NEET 2020 results analysis

The results of the National Eligibility Entrance Test for Medical Studies, also known as NEET 2020, were released on October 16th.

Of the 15,97,435 candidates 13,66,945 wrote the exam.

Of these 7,71,500 have passed. This is 56.55 per cent, according to the National Testing Agency.

The results are published on the official website of the National Testing Agency at ntaneet.nic.in under the Ministry of Education of India.

Tamil Nadu NEET 2020 analysis

Tamil Nadu had a pass percentage of 48.47% in last year’s NEET examination and this year’s pass percentage is 57.44%. Similarly, Pondicherry has recorded a pass rate of 52.79% this year, up from 48.70% last year.

The National Testing Agency said that those who pass the exam can apply at the state Quota if they want to get state allotment and students joining private colleges can also join the colleges through state government counselling.

NEET 2020 Toppers

 

NEET 2020 results Toppers

In the list of top 50 students, Shoaib Aftab from Odisha topped the list with 720 marks. He is followed by Delhi, Telangana and Rajasthan.

Tamil Nadu NEET 2020 toppers

R. Sreejan from Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu took 8th place. His total score was 710. He was ranked fourth in the list of top male students. Educated at a private school in Namakkal district, he was ranked 8th in the All India category for Other Backward Classes.

In the list of women in the top 20, Delhi-based Akanksha topped the list with 720 marks. In this order, Mohana Prabha Ravichandran from Namakkal district of Tamil Nadu took 14th place. The total score he got was 705. Similarly, G. Swetha from Tamil Nadu came 18th with a score of 701.

NEET 2020 Issues

 

NEET 2020 Issues

Earlier, the apex court on Monday issued a session order comprising Justices S. A. Babde, A. S. Bopanna and V. Ramasubramanian, which heard the explanation given by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta during the hearing on the petitions related to NEET examination. It said, “Students in the restricted zone where the spread of COVID -19 virus is most prevalent and unhealthy students can re-sit the exam on October 14. The results of the exam can be released on October 16.”

The NEET exam for medical and dental was held across the country last September 13th. About 15 lakh people wrote that exam. The exam, which was initially scheduled for May 3, was postponed to July 13 after being held on July 26 due to corona spread.

Following this, 12 students were seated in an examination room according to the Corona virus prevention guidelines. However, some students approached the Supreme Court claiming that they could not go to the exam because of the spread of the corona virus in some places.

In support of their demand, some state governments, especially those not ruled by the BJP, approached the Supreme Court.

But the NTA argued that delaying the announcement of exam results at the current stage would affect students who could enroll in the next academic year. In this context, Indian Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal had said that students from areas affected by the Corona outbreak or sick students who could not write the exam would be offered a replacement. In this case, the Supreme Court, which had set October 14 as the date for the students to write the exam, has announced that the results of the exam may be released on October 16.

MBBS/ BDS Counselling 2020

 

MBBS/ BDS Counselling 2020

As soon as the NEET results are released on October 16, the Directorate General of Health Services will take action for counseling for the 15% All India Quota.

Officials said the remaining 85% of the seats will be held on the basis of the medical education admission policy followed by the respective state governments.

 

 

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