The NTA (National Testing Agency) conducted the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 on 12th September 2021 in 13 languages. On Friday, NTA released the NEET UG 2021 provisional answer key, recorded responses, and scanned OMR sheets.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) closed the window yesterday (17th october) to raise objections on the provisional answer key of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG 2021). Candidates can check and download the answer keys and scanned image of the OMR answer sheet with response sheet from the official website neet.nta.nic.in.
Now that the answer key is out, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2021) result is likely to be declared soon.
Steps to check your NEET (UG) 2021 Result
Step 1: Visit ntaneet.nic.in
Step 2: Enter your date of birth, security pin, and roll number
Step 3: After this, the results will be displayed on the screen
Step 4: Download the result and take a printout of it for future reference
Through NEET (UG) 2021, Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) gives admission for 15% AIQ seats in government MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, BVSc, and AH, BSc Nursing courses. Another 85% of seats on state quotas are designated based on NEET scores, defined by the respective state authorities. Accordingly, admission to private colleges is also handled by state authorities after NEET-UG.
The process after NEET 2021
The NEET results provide details of a student’s marks. In addition, it shows whether or not the candidate passes. Following the release of the results, the NEET 2021 MBBS/BDS admissions counselling procedure will start. Only doctors who pass the NEET cut-off 2021 with a minimum qualifying percentile will be considered for admission.
To be eligible for NEET counselling, general category candidates must secure in the 50th percentile, whereas SC/ST/OBC candidates must secure in the 40th percentile. Using the NEET results, the National Testing agency prepares the merit list for 15 percent AIQ counselling. As part of the 85 percent state quota counselling, NTA also presents qualified candidates from each state to the respective authorities.
The Counselling Process for MBBS/BDS Admissions
In the outcome of NEET, the counselling process is unquestionably one of the most demanding parts. One is necessitated to recall the various counselling authorities and application forms one encountered in the pre-NEET admission scenario for medical school. The different eligibility criteria are difficult to understand even when one knows the type of counseling and how many seats there are.