NEET 2020 Results will be declared on October 16 by the National Testing Agency online at official website. According to ANI, the honourable Supreme Court has directed NTA to announce the results on Friday. The court has also ordered that a special exam will be arranged on October 14, 2020, for those who could not appear on the NEET exam due to coronavirus pandemic.
Candidates should visit the aforementioned site by entering their roll number and date of birth to check the 2020 NEET results online. Along with the results, the NEET rank list and final answer key will also be released online for all the sets (E1- E6, F1- F6, G1-G6, H1-H6).
How to Check the NEET 2020 Result Online?
Step 1: Visit the NEET UG official website.
Step 2: Click on the link named ‘NEET 2020 Result’. A window will appear on your screen.
Step 3: Enter the login credentials i.e. registration/application number, Date of Birth, password.
Step 4: Click on the submit button.
Step 5: The result will appear on your screen. Download the result for further use.
NEET UG exam was held on September 13 across India for all the candidates who seek admission in the prestigious medical and dental colleges of the country. Around 16 lakhs candidates have registered for the exam and out of which, around 13 lakhs appeared. 85-90 percent of students appeared for the medical entrance exam while the remaining could not attend due to various reasons. One of the major reasons was COVID-19 pandemic.
Once the NEET UG 2020 result is announced, candidates can use the score for admission into AYUSH and veterinary colleges/ courses across the country besides the MBBS/ BDS course. This year NEET-UG candidates can apply for admission into 542 medical and 313 dental colleges as there are 80,055 MBBS and 26,949 BDS seats vacant for the respective candidates.
Aside from the NEET 2020 results, NEET qualifying cut-off, merit list, and all the relevant notifications for counselling will be announced by NTA. The final answer key will also be released along with the result. Official answer key and the OMR sheet have already been released online by NTA.
NEET counselling for 15 percent All India Quota seats (AIQ) will be conducted by The Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee. These AIQ seats include the seats of government medical colleges, central and deemed universities, seats reserved for Wards of Insured Persons (IP quota) in Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) medical colleges and seats available at the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune excluding the government medical colleges of Jammu and Kashmir.