NEET 2016 Result


NEET 2016 ResultNEET 2016 Result has released today, on August 16, 2016. The candidates, who appeared for the AIPMT or NEET Phase-2, can check their result using the link provided below. The candidates need to use their Roll No. and Date of Birth to check the result. The NEET 2016 Result contains the name of the AIPMT and NEET Phase-2 qualifiers. In total, 8,02,594 candidates registered for the NEET UG 2016. However, out of this 7,31,223 candidates appeared for the examination and 4,09,477 candidates cleared the NEET 2016. The CBSE has also released the cut off and top 10 candidates NEET UG 2016, below is the complete details. Below is the complete information on how to download the result and related information.

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How to Access NEET 2016 Result

By following the simple steps given below, the candidates will be able to access the NEET 2016 Result by CBSE.

  • Access the link provided here.
  • Navigate on NEET 2016 Result
  • A small portal will be displayed on the screen
  • Enter the required information, like Roll Number and Date of Birth, in respective columns
  • Click on the submit column
  • The result will be displayed on the screen

The candidate should provide the information as per the exam they have appeared for like NEET 1, NEET 2 or for both.  It is advised to the candidates to enter all the details in the above portal accurately. In case any of the provided information is invalid, the result will not be generated.

NEET 2016 Result – Latest Cut off 

Below is the latest cutoff as released by the CBSE along with the number of candidates in each category.

Category Marks Range Qualifying Criteria No. of Candidates
OTHERS 685-145 50th Percentile 171329
OBC 678-118 40th Percentile 175226
SC 595-118 40th Percentile 47183
ST 599-118 40th Percentile 15710
UR & PH 474-131 45th Percentile 437
OBC & PH 510-118 40th Percentile 597
SC & PH 415-118 40th Percentile 143
ST & PH 339-118 40th Percentile 36

NEET 2016 Registered and Qualified Candidates

Below is the complete details of registered, appeared and qualified candidates in NEET UG 2016.

Category Eligible Regd. candidates Appeared Absent Qualified (15%) Qualified (Over All NEET)
Male 3,69,649 3,37,572 32,077 11,058 1,83,424
Female 4,32,930 3,93,642 39,288 8,266 2,26,049
Transgender 15 9 6 1 4
Total 8,02,594 7,31,223 71,371 19,325 4,09,477

Top 10 candidates of NEET UG 2016

Below are the 10 candidates who are listed at the top 10 positions of NEET 2016 Merit list

Candidate Name Marks Secured Out 720 Percentile Score All India Rank
HET SHAH 685 99.999863 1
EKANSH GOYAL 682 99.999726 2
NIKHIL BAJIYA 678 99.999590 3
ASHANK KHAITAN 677 99.999543 4
ARUSHI 676 99.999316 5
DYUTI SHAH 675 99.999179 6
JAPNOOR KAUR 672 99.999043 7
AMIT KUMAR 669 99.999769 9
UTKARSH ANAND 668 99.999632 10

NEET 2016 Result – Qualifying Marks

In the year 2013, as per the information brochure , the general candidates need to score 50th percentile, the minimum marks for OBC was 40th percentile. In the year 2014, it was changed to 50% and 40% for the respective categories instead of percentile. To provide a fair idea about the qualifying marks about the NEET 2016 the table has been provided below.

NEET 2016 Qualifying marks for the different categories :

Category NEET 2013 Minimum
AIPMT Minimum
General 50th percentile 50% (360 marks)
OBC/SC/ST 40th percentile 40% (288 marks)
General PH 45th percentile 45% (324 marks)
OBC/SC/ST PH 40th percentile 40% (288 marks)


NEET 2016 Result Phase 1 and 2 – Clarification

The candidates should not get confused between NEET 1 and 2. The AIPMT which was conducted on 1st May 2016 is NEET 1. As the result of both the exams are releasing together candidates might have confusion on how to check it. All the candidates who appeared for either of the exams need to use the Roll No. and Registration to check their result. The window to check the result will be active as soon as it releases.

NEET 2016 Result Tie Break

The tie-breaking is the procedure to break the tie when two or more than two candidates have secured the same marks. Below are the measures adopted for the tie-break.

  • The candidate who secured higher marks in the Biology will be given preference.
  • If it does not break the tie, the candidate securing high marks in Chemistry will be allocated the better rank.
  • If both the above measures do not break the tie, the candidate with less negative marks will be given preference.
  • If all the above measures do not break the tie, the candidate older in age will be given preference.

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NEET 2016 Merit List

The rank list of NEET 2016 will be prepared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for the national level 15% quota seats. Also, the rank list will be handed over to the states/admitting authorities/ University pertaining to which the merit list will be prepared by them after applying their rules.

AIPMT 2015 Cut off score for 15% All India Quota seats:

Category Marks Range Rank Range
(All India Quota Seats)
UR 695 – 453 1 – 14052
OBC 453 – 450 14053 – 14905
SC 453 – 324 14200 – 61238
ST 451 – 288 14481 – 83162
UR – PH 449 – 324 15149 – 61494
OBC – PH 322 – 312 62218 – 67788
SC – PH 315 – 302 66314 – 73737

NEET 2016 Counselling 

It is to be noted that now the counselling of NEET 2016 will start. The registration for the NEET 2016 Counselling will start from August 22, 2016. The Medical Council Committee will organise the Counselling. The last date for the registration is August 25, 2016. The candidates can exercise and lock the choices on August 26, after which the first list of seat allotment will be published on August 27, 2016. Thereafter, it will be followed by the one more round of the choice filling and seat allotment as there will be two rounds of the seat allotment and at the end vacant seat will be transferred to the state quota and will be filled through the same medium.

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