NTA Released NEET-UG 2021 Result

November 1, 2021
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National Testing Agency (NTA), has been involved in some of the most trending decisions regarding the conduct of the NEET-UG this year. However, after much speculation and after being postponed 3 times, the exam was finally conducted on 12th September 2021. After much procrastination, NTA had opened the correction of phase 1 of the application and fill up details for the second phase on th October 2021, which was later extended till 26th October 2021, followed by the release of the Answer key and disclosing of OMR Sheets on 16th October 2021, last week.

The step was done to provide a chance to the students to raise queries or objections to the accepted answers. After taking several queries into consideration, NTA has finally disclosed the results and scorecards for the NEET UG 2021.

This year, NTA has also intimated the scorecard to the students via their registered email id and phone number. As per the eligibility regulations to study MBBS, the 7th session meeting of MCI (now NMC) on 29th March 2017 has made qualifying the NEET compulsory for all. Whether the students wish to study MBBS in India or abroad, they need to qualify the NEET Exam.

The much anticipated NEET UG Results were released on 30th October, 2021.

In order to qualify for the NEET Exam, an unreserved category student should score at least the 50th percentile (138 marks), unreserved PH category should score at least 45th percentile (122 marks) and a student belonging to the reserved category, requires to score at least 40th percentile (108 marks).

It has to be noted that the cut-off for NEET UG 2021 is a little low as compared to that of the previous year.

How To Check Your NEET UG 2021 Result?

Step 1: Log on to the NTA NEET result official website https://neet.nta.nic.in/

Step 2: Click on the “View NEET-UG 2021 -Result” tab given on the screen.

Step 3: On the NEET candidate login page, enter the roll number, Date of Birth, and the security pin provided on the page. Check the image below.

Step 4: NEET rank card 2021 will be displayed on the screen.

Step 5: Download the result of NEET 2021 by clicking on the ‘Print’ tab and then saving it.

Step 6: Candidates are advised to save a copy of their NEET result and keep it until the admission process concludes.

Several students who have scored less due to any reason or could not reserve a seat in the government medical colleges of India often seek out options to study MBBS abroad in countries like Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, Caribbean Islands, etc for an affordable MBBS education option instead of paying up the hefty donations in the private medical universities of India.

Before making any decision the students are advised to get a personal counselling session from an experienced counsellor to know more about the various options available for them.