How to Check 2020 Neet result . Neet Result Probably Out on 13th October


How to Check NEET Result 2020 Result : 


  1.  Go to this site nta.ac.in

2. Fill Your Details and check it.
2. Enter your roll number , date of birth and submit the Form . Then download or print your Result.



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Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had said that the NEET result are going to be declared soon to stop any longer delay within the new session Topics NEET 2020NEET 2020 Results The National Testing Agency (NTA) is probably going to declare the NEET (UG) 2020 entrance examination results tomorrow. consistent with reports, NTA officials earlier confirmed that the NEET 2020 Result are going to be declared by 12 October. However, Mint doesn't have any official information regarding the declaration of the results yet. However, once declared, NEET Result 2020 are often checked online at nta.ac.in or ntaneet.nic.in. Students will need to enter their roll number mentioned on the admit card to see the result. The NEET (UG) 2020 exams were conducted on 13 September amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. About 85-90% of 15.97 lakh candidates appeared for NEET 2020 exam. The candidates who missed the exams after testing positive for Covid-19 will get another opportunity to take a seat for the test, the date that are going to be announced later, consistent with officials. The NTA released the solution key of the NEET 2020 on September 26. Aspirants were ready to download the code-wise official NEET 2020 question paper with solutions from the NTA official website and challenge it also . Earlier in the week , Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had said that the NEET result are going to be declared soon to stop any longer delay within the new session. ,candidates got to obtain a minimum 50th percentile in NEET. For those belonging to reserved categories including SC and ST category, the minimum marks are 40th percentile and for PwD candidates it's 45th percentile. NEET score is accepted in Indian colleges and institutes and as per the newest rule, i is additionally mandatory for Indian students meaning to study medicine and related fields abroad. 


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