Punjab boy tops NEET, wants to pursue medicine in Delhi

Francis Osborne
June 24, 2017

Punjab boy Navdeep Singh has topped the NEET with a score of 697 marks out of 720.

Girls outshined boys in the exams which saw almost 3.5 lakh females qualifying for allotment out of the 6 lakh who took the test. The result was announced early on today. In the Previous Year, NEET Examination was Scheduled in a 2 phase Process and that was disgusting to tackle for those students in the previous academic year.

Reports said that five students from Punjab and Haryana are ranked in the top 25 positions in the NEET results.

The results were delayed due to Madras High Court order that had stayed any proceedings on NEET. A huge number of candidates who are looking for the admissions into MBBS/ BDS Courses applied and appeared for the exam across various examination centers.

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On June 12, the Supreme Court ordered that the results be declared by June 26. If you can't check your result, alternatively check CBSE NEET Result on Schools9.com, cbseresults.nic.in websites. Links to check the results are provided here.

The Supreme Court also barred the high courts in the country from entertaining any petition on the entrance examination held for admission to various medical courses.

Navdeep Singh, son of the principal of a government school in a village near Muktsar, secured first rank in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET). Immediately after the apex court's order, CBSE hosted the OMR answer sheets and have time to make challenges if they found any discrepancy in the responses made by them.

A total of 11, 38,890 candidates registered for the exam. Out of 613 students from foreign origin and 1,522 from Non-Resident Indian category, 245 and 1,106 could crack the exam, respectively.

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