NEET 2016 Results : The National eligibility cum entrance test (NEET) for all the medical students across India, trying their luck to seal a seat in various streams like MBBS, BDS and MS, was conducted in two phases 1 and 2.
The first was held on May 1 and the second phase was held on July 24.
Reports are coming in from all directions that the combined results for both NEET Phase 1 and Phase 2 of 2016 will be out on August 17th.
Since the release date is nearing, we are here to outline the steps below to access your NEET 2016 result soon as they are out. Also Check: Neet Cutoff Ranks
STEPS TO CHECK NEET 2016 PHASE 1 AND PHASE 2 COMBINED RESULT:
But for all the students who can’t wait for the results that long, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the online images of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) answer sheets of students who took NEET 2016 Phase 1 and Phase 2.
CBSE has keep its promise in doing so.
And we have got you covered on that front too.
Below are the steps for the students who wish to challenge the OMR grading of their OMR sheets.
But there’s a catch. There always is one. Students can only do so by paying Rs. 1000/- for every response challenged. That said, here are the steps for doing it.
STEPS TO CHALLENGE OMR GRADING OF YOUR OMR SHEET:
The last date to apply for this online is August 6th and by 5 PM. Also Check:Neet Rank Predictor Online
PETITION FOR THE RE-EXAMINATION OF NEET PHASE 2 OVER PAPER LEAK CHARGES:
Several news reports surrounded the issue of a possible NEET 2016 Phase II exam paper leak after a NEET 2016 aspirant Anshul Sharma started a petition requesting an immediate re-examination. The petition has been filled in Supreme Court.
As a proof for the same, Anshul Sharma cited the investigations of Uttarakhand Police which arrested 5 people in what blatantly appeared to be an education racket.
Uttarakhand SP Sweety Aggrawal commented saying that the arrest took place at a resort in Ramnagar around 3.30 am on July 23rd, a day before NEET phase II exam took place.
As many as 45 students were also present at the scene.
Sweety Aggrawal said that the papers seized were sent to the CBSE, which on the other hand has been constantly denying the claims of the many, including the petition saying that the alleged leaked paper was cross checked with the actual NEET phase II paper and concluded that the 2 papers didn’t match at all.
However, Anshul Sharma’s petition also refers to the incident of similar nature that took place a year ago as regards the AIPMT exam, when the apex court ordered for re-examination following the paper leak charges.
It’s unsettling to note that even back then, CBSE denied leakage claims of AIPMT 2015 paper.
What happens now, remains to be seen.