NEET results 2020.

NEET outcomes 2020: The highest variety of college students qualifying within the medical entrance examination NEET this 12 months are from Uttar Pradesh adopted by Maharashtra, in response to statistics out there with the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Over 7.7 lakh out of the over 13.66 lakh candidates have certified the examination which is used for admission to MBBS programs throughout the nation.

“Maximum number of candidates clearing the NEET exam this year are from Uttar Pradesh at 88,889 while Maharashtra is at the second spot with 79,974 candidates qualifying the exam,” an official mentioned.

Rajasthan is on the third spot when it comes to variety of candidates qualifying the NEET examination with 65,758 profitable candidates adopted by Kerala (59,404) and Karnataka (55,009). A complete of 23,554 candidates have certified the examination from Delhi, whereas 22,395 profitable candidates are from Haryana.

The end result for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) was declared on Friday. As per the preliminary statistics, Tripura was pegged because the state with highest variety of candidates. However, the National Testing Agency had rectified the info later terming it to be a “human error”.

“The number of females qualifying the exam is higher. While 4.27 lakh females have cleared the exam, the number of males qualifying the exam is 3.43 lakh. One out of the 4 transgender candidates who appeared for the exam, has been successful,” the official mentioned.

The NEET was carried out on September 13 amid strict precautions in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

From this 12 months, the admissions to MBBS course in 13 All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry, may also be made by NEET following the modification in National Medical Commission Act, 2019, handed by Parliament final 12 months.

The check was supplied in 11 languages — English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu — this 12 months. Based on the preliminary report, greater than 77 per cent aspirants took the check in English, round 12 per cent in Hindi and 11 per cent in different languages.

The examination was earlier postponed twice because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the federal government determined to go forward with it, regardless of opposition by a bit, to mitigate any additional tutorial loss.

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