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Challenging the NEET OMR sheet – The Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E) has published the OMR sheets for NEET 2016. The responses are in the form of scanned images which are uploaded on the official website of AIPMT. NEET 1 was conducted on May 1, 2016 whereas NEET 2 was conducted on July 24, 2016. One can challenge the grading of OMR sheet by paying an amount of INR 1000/- per response or result. Candidates can challenge the OMR only once and that too online. August 6, 2016, is the last date for challenging NEET OMR responses. No offline challenges of any sort will be accepted. The request must be submitted within the time. All the challenges will be referred by the experts council assigned by the CBSE. The final decision will be laid by the authority regarding the challenges. If Candidates’ challenge proved to be right then they will be refunded their challenge fees.
Note: No complaint will be entertain after the last date.
NEET, which is also called National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, is a highly competitive examination where lakhs of Medical students from India compete to get the admission in top notch Medical institutes/colleges.
Students are much excited for the result part and after the release of OMR scanned copies, aspirants are curious to crosscheck their attempts in order to assess their performance. However, the final NEET Results will be announced on August 17, 2016.
NEET 2016 exam candidate can apply for OMR challenge by following below stated stages:
1. As NEET 2016 candidate can avail the challenge procedure only once, they are required to fill all the disparities/differences in a single form.
2. A candidate can challenge the answers online with the fee of INR 1000/- per answer.
3. Candidate of NEET 2016 exam can print OMR challenge E-Challan for their reference and evidence. You can obtain the same by entering the required details as following:
a. Registration Number
b. Type of Challan
c. Security Pin
d. Date of Birth
4. After completing the above steps, candidate will get a confirmation page link, after the payment for OMR challenge. The payment can be made through both, online and offline methods.
5. Submit the payment details to get the print of OMR challenge confirmation.
Candidate can have an access to NEET answer key, which will be declared on August 7, 2016. An aspirant who has given NEET 2016 exam can refer to the answer key to cross check the right answers by downloading their Answer sheets from the official website. CBSE has also released each candidates’ answer key which they can download by entering application number and password. Also, candidates can challenge the answer key by August 9, 2016. Follow the below stated steps to check NEET 2016 Answer key.
Step 1: Candidate can visit the Official website
Step 2: Click on the required link for accessing the NEET II answer key.
Step 3: Now enter the relevant details such as registration/application number, roll no, password.
Step 4: Once,the candidate has submitted the requirements,he/she can view the answer key sheet.
Medical aspirant who has given NEET 2016 candidates can check the OMR sheets by following below mentioned steps:
1. Visit the official website of AIPMT.
2. Candidate is required to log in using their account details..
3. To log in, NEET 2016 candidate is required to enter the user Id (Registration number) and password assigned to them.
NEET cutoff is the minimum marks a candidate must secure in order to qualify the NEET entrance examination. The expected minimum qualifying score in NEET 2016 for general candidates is 50 percentile and 40 percentile for OBC category.
NEET 2016 Cutoff
|Reserved Class (OBC, ST and SC)||40 Percentile|
|General – PH||45 Percentile|
|Reserved – PH||40 Percentile|
After the declaration NEET 2016 Result,the next step a candidate is curious about is NEET counselling and NEET 2016 cut off. The Counselling Procedure is generally conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), Directorate General of Health Sciences in the month of August & September, 2016. After the results are out, students are required to participate in the counselling procedure to get the required seats in their choice of college. For the candidates who were not able to give NEET Phase 1 2016, for them NEET Phase II 2016 was conducted. The aspirants who wish to pursue an undergraduate degree in medical are required to appear for NEET 2016, as it is a mandatory examination for admissions into the undergraduate medical programmes.
MCC will conduct counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats. And for 85% seats various state councils will conduct their own counsellings. We will update you about the schedule of both MCC and Other state counsellings for NEET.
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