NEET Results 2016 is already been declared on the official website of CBSE AIPMT. As per the Schedule regarding the Counselling published on the CBSE AIPMT official website, the counselling is going to start from August 22nd 2016. The main counselling like choice filling and indicative seat will be held from, August 22nd and will continue till August 25th. The registration process or the registration will be open up to 25th August till 5:00pm only. Those students who have cleared the exam will be able to exercise their choices and locking the choices from August 26, 2016 up to 05:00 PM of 26th August, 2016.
NEET Counselling 2016: Counselling To Start From August 22nd, Full Details @aipmt.nic.in
NEET Counselling seat allotment process for Round 1 will start or commence on August 27th 2016. The candidates are required to note that the Commencement of MBBS/BDM first year session will be done from the September 13th 2016.
The candidates or the aspirants who got qualified for All India Quota seats on the bases of their rank in the NEET UG which is conducted by CBSE Central Board Of Secondary Education can download their Rank letter/Result from the Central Board Of Secondary Education.
Candidates are requested to report their respective allotted medical/dental colleges against first round(Round 1) on August 29th to September 3rd 2016.
The process of again exercising on the choices like modification of choices and locking Round 2 will be from September 9th 2016 to September 10th 2016.
Candidates need to report the allotted colleges of dental/medical who gone through Round 2 on September 13th to Septembere 20th upto 5pm
It is expected that the state/UT governments may preferably go for combined counselling for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in all medical/dental colleges including deemed universities.
This year the girls outperformed boys. 2,26,049 girls qualified for admissions to medical and dental colleges while ,83,424. boys qualified.
This year Het Shah topped the CBSE NEET exam with a score of 685 marks out of 720. Het Shah, 18, from Gujarat, scored 685 out of 720 marks to grab the All India Rank (AIR) 1.
Ekansh Goyal, 18, from Odisha and Nikhil Bajiya, 17, from Rajasthan bagged AIR 2 and 3 respectively.
Over 4.75 lakh candidates had registered for the NEET II exam for admission to medical and dental colleges and appeared for the exam in approximately in 56 cities. Candidates are required to note that there are also special
Helpline numbers for NEET: 9599590192, 9599590193, 9599590194, 9599590195, 9599590196. Candidates can also send mail to the email id email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.