NEET UG 2021 Result Latest Updates: Students across the country are waiting for their results of NEET UG 2021 which they presented on 12th September. There is no official announcement yet from the NTA side on the result declaration date. However, if the previous year trends are to be observed, students can expect the result anytime soon. Also Read – NEET-UG 2021 Result Date Will Be Delayed? Fresh petition filed in Supreme Court for cancellation of examination on report of paper leak incident

Last year, the National Testing Agency (NTA) declared the NEET-UG result within a month of conducting the NEET-UG exam. Before declaring the result, NTA will release the answer key of NEET UG 2021 on the official website, activate soon

Before declaring the result, NTA will also release the scanned copies of the question paper and NEET OMR sheet of the candidates. After that, candidates will be allowed to raise objections, if any, regarding NEET answer key. Also read- JEE Main Paper 2 answer key 2021 released, last date to raise objections is September 29. details here

After the declaration of NEET UG result, students will be able to check their scores on the official website – NEET 2021 was held on 12 September.

It is to be noted that NEET UG 2021 was conducted for 180 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology). It is to be noted that the total marks for NEET 2021 was 720. As per the marking scheme, four marks will be allotted for each correct answer and one mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. However, no negative marks will be awarded for any question without attempt.

OCI candidates to take part in NEET-UG counselling: In another development, the Supreme Court on Thursday allowed Overseas Citizen of Digihunt (OCI) candidates to appear for counseling in general category for 2021-22, saying that He is of Digihuntn origin and not an outsider. .

Notably, the Supreme Court passed the interim order in a writ petition filed by OCI candidates challenging a notification issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs to treat Non-Resident Digihuntns (NRIs) on par for the purpose of college admissions.


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