June 24- NEET 2017 Results To Be Declared

The results of NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Test) should be declared by June 24, 2017. The Answere Keys will be released on June16 and thereafter,soon CBSE would be ready to declare results, the sources revealed. The answer keys and results of NEET answer keys will be available at the official website cbseneet.nic.in.Permission has been given by The Supreme Court to CBSE for releasing the results, OMR sheets and answer keys. However, the students may submit the objections by June 14, 2017

As opposed to three days initially given, now the Answer Keys of NEET-UG will be displayed for two days, reducing the time the candidates get to challenge it.

The candidates can open the NEET website and log in using their ID (Registration No.) and password. The scanned images of their OMR Sheet & Answer Keys will be available.

These may be challenged by the candidates.  A fees of Rs 1000/- (Rupees One Thousand Only) per response/per question challenged would be required.

It is explained in the Information Bulletin-2017 which is available on NEET website. An important aspect to be kept in mind is that it is possible for candidates to make changes/alterations in the downloaded copies of their OMR Sheets enabling them to claim that the OMR sheets have been tampered with by CBSE. If the claim is discovered to be false, it will be considered a malpractice.

Thus the candidates and parents should check and download the copies of OMR Sheets themselves.

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