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The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the result of NEET UG 2021. The result will also be available on the NTA website after 8 pm. Nikhar Bansal of Uttar Pradesh Agra has got All India fifth rank. Nikhar has scored 715 marks out of 720 with 99.99 percentile. Apart from Nikhar, the information of other toppers will also be available soon. NTA has started distributing the result of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021, the entrance exam for undergraduate medical courses, through email.
The NTA announced the results after the Supreme Court stayed the Bombay High Court order ordering fresh examinations for two candidates. The entrance exam was conducted in September at exam centers across the country and abroad. Around 16 lakh candidates took the exam this year. Soon the result will be uploaded on the official website of NTA, neet.nta.nic.in.
STUDENT’S REACTION ON THE DELAY OF RESULT
The Supreme Court had earlier given its consent for the agency to release the results. Following this, NTA declared that it had analyzed the students and created the results. It is believed that the National Testing Agency (NTA) is yet to release its NEET-UG 2021 result for admission into medical schools. It is reported that the Supreme Court of India, on the 28th of October, gave the green light to the testing organization to announce results of the NEET-UG results and stayed an order of the Bombay High Court order which required the NTA to run the test a second time for two students. The NTA had also informed the court of top authority it was available but was delayed due to the Bombay High Court’s decision. In the wake of such assurances about NEET results, medical undergraduate applicants have been waiting for their results on their official website http://www.neet.nta.nic.in neet.nta.nic.in since the 28th of October.
Students pursuing medical school that are waiting on the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG 2021 result have asked the National Testing Agency to share the latest information regarding NEET results from 2021 and time. They also asked Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to give information regarding this matter. The entrance test was held in September. The NTA has released a preliminary answer key as well as completed the registration phase 2 process.
The Kerala High Court had also instructed the NTA to review all documents submitted by the petitioner, and then submit an answer to the court before the 8th of November.
The NTA announced that the results of nearly 16 lakh students have been announced and the main reason for the delay of the result lies in the Bombay High Court order. But, despite the court’s approval, the NTA has not yet announced NEET results for 2021.
The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is the body responsible for conducting all India contingents of MBBS and BDS counseling, has revised the website mcc.nic.in. A post that appears on the MCC website provides the schedule, the information bulletin, as well as the complete list of institutions participating are expected to be out soon.