The results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG 2021) conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) are going to be released soon. The examination was conducted this year amidst the threat of Corona on 12 September, in which the students who appeared are now waiting for their results.
Let us inform you that with the help of the NEET-UG result, candidates will be able to get admission in undergraduate courses in medical colleges across the country. The exam results will be released after the completion of the second phase of applications, the last date for which is over.
NTA had reactivated the link for the second phase application last week. The agency had given the second and last chance to the candidates who missed the second phase application. For this, the link has been activated from October 21, while the last date to fill the application form, October 26.
Candidates will be able to fill the second set of their application forms by October 26 till 11:59 pm. Please note that it is mandatory for the candidates to fill the second application form to get the result.
How to check NEET 2021 Result:
- Visit the official website neet.nta.nic.in.
- Click on the result link appearing on the homepage.
- Enter your Roll Number, Password and Date of Birth.
- The scorecard will appear on the screen, download it.
- Also keep a print out of the result with you.
The result will be released after the second set application deadline is over. Along with the result, candidates will also get information about their scorecard and category-wise cut-off score. The agency is ready to release the results at the earliest, for which it has filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the decision of the Mumbai High Court that stayed the results.
The exam results are now expected to be released this week. The official notice regarding the result date will be issued soon on the official website neet.nta.nic.in. According to media reports, the National Testing Agency (NTA) can
declare the result by October 30. However, there is no official
confirmation about it yet.