According to the news agency PTI, an official said, “88,889 candidates from Uttar Pradesh have passed the NEET examination this year. Maharashtra is at second place. 79,974 candidates have passed this exam here.”
Rajasthan ranks third after Kerala (59,404) and Karnataka (55,009) in terms of the number of candidates who pass the NEET exam with 65,758 successful candidates. A total of 23,554 candidates have passed the examination from Delhi, while 22,395 successful candidates are from Haryana.
The result of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) was declared on Friday. According to preliminary data, Tripura was ranked as the state with the most candidates. However, the National Testing Agency later corrected the data as “human error”.
The official said, “The number of women who qualify in the exam is more. While 4.27 lakh women have passed the exam, the number of men who pass the exam is 3.43 lakh.
One of the 4 transgender candidates who appeared for the exam has been successful. ” The NEET exam was conducted on 13 September amidst cautions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. From this year, admission in MBBS courses at 13 All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry will also be done through NEET after amendment in National Medical Commission Act, 2019, passed by Parliament last year. it was done.
The test was conducted in 11 languages - English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu this year.
Based on the preliminary report, more than 77 percent of the candidates took the test in English, about 12 percent in Hindi and 11 percent in other languages. The examination was postponed twice before due to the COVID-19 epidemic, and the government decided to go ahead with this despite opposition from a class to further reduce any academic losses.
Shoaib Aftab became this year’s topper
Let me tell you, this year, Shoaib Aftab (Shoyeb Aftab) of Orissa has topped the NEET exam 2020 by bringing 720 out of 720 marks. This is the first time in the history of NEET exam, when a candidate has brought the entire marks.
At the same time, Akanksha Singh of Delhi has also got 720 out of 720 in NEET exam. However, due to his young age, he got second rank.
Let me tell you, Delhi’s Akanksha Singh, who scored 720 out of 720 in NEET, slipped the first rank due to her age. Singh has scored 100 per cent marks in this examination along with Shoaib Aftab of Odisha, but due to being young under the tie-breaking policy of the National Testing Agency (NTA) (the system of fixing seniority on equal marks), he got second Rank found. Officials said that age, marks and wrong answers are taken into consideration in the tie-breaker policy. He told that Shoaib and Akanksha got equal marks. Therefore the ranking was decided on the basis of age.
(This news has not been edited by the NewsBust team. It is published directly from the Syndicate feed.)