Latest Update regarding NEET UG 2022:
The NTA (National Testing Agency) will soon be declaring the result of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG) for the year 2022. Although candidates should be aware that the answer key for the NEET UG will be out few days before the NEET results are declared. Aspirants who have appeared for the NEET UG will be able to download their NEET UG Answer Key by visiting the official website — neet.nta.nic.in. once it is released. It is expected that the NTA will release the NEET 2022 OMR sheets with recorded responses. There were various media reports, that the NTA will be announcing the time, date and schedule regarding the NEET UG result on August 20, 2022 but however, it has not given any confirmation regarding the date, time and schedule for the declaration of the results or even the answer key and the aspirants are desperately waiting for both.
In order to have an access to the NEET UG answer key for the year 2022, aspirants only need to fill the following criteria:
The date of the declaration of the NEET Answer key and the Results are the most important dates for a medical aspirant and they can download the answer key and other important details by following the below mentioned steps:
In order to download the NEET provisional answer key aspirants, need to follow the 5 easy steps:
Aspirants can definitely raise a query, if they are not satisfied with something after going through the NEET UG answer key. Once the query is raised by the aspirants, then it will be verified by the NTA involving a thorough discussion with the subject experts of the board of directors.
If the allegations made by the aspirants are true then the answer key will be revised accordingly. Aspirants will have to pay Rs 200 per answer challenged, if found correct. The NEET results will be out on the basis of the revised Final Answer Key that will help to provide an accurate scorecard of the aspirant.
Percentile Rank = (Number of Candidates Appeared with Raw Score Equal to Or Less Than the Candidate * 100) / Total Number of Candidates Appeared.
As per the norms fixed by the NMC/DGHS (for MBBS/BDS) and by CCIM (for BAMS/BSMS/ BUMS) and by CCH (for BHMS) this year the result and All India Rank of NEET (UG) will be prepared by NTA.
The admission to MBBS, BDS, BSc Nursing, and AYUSH courses will be granted in medical and dental colleges of India only on the basis of the NEET scores that the aspirant will secure on it. Around 91,927 MBBS, 27,698 BDS, 52,720 AYSH seats, and 603 BVSc & AH seats will be offered this year through the 612 medical and 317 dental colleges.
This year, the NEET UG 2022 exam was held on July 17, 2022, out of which 18,72,341 aspirants had registered for the NEET UG wherein 95% appeared for the single largest medical entrance exam. It is a considerable increase from last year of over 2.5 lakh and for the first time ever around 18 lakh candidates registered for the exam. The exam was held across 3,570 centres in 14 cities overseas and in 497 cities in India.
Last year in 2021, the exam was conducted at 3,858 centres and around 15.44 lakh aspirants appeared for the exam. The number of qualifying aspirants were around 8.70 lakh. This year, the NTA had reduced the centres, although there was a rise in the number of aspirants appearing for the entrance exam. Moreover, this years, NEET UG results are still awaited as nothing is confirmed.
For the first time, this year a large number of aspirational districts were also added. As per NTA officials report, this year the exam was conducted by 3,911 observers, 494 city coordinators, 3,570 centre superintendents, 7,877 deputy observers, 7,877 admin staff, 1,56,504 invigilators, 684 flying squad members and 39,330 support staff under the strict surveillance.
UG 2022: Check Details
NEET 2022 Exam Date: July 17, 2022
NEET Official Website(s): http://www.nta.ac.in, https://neet.nta.nic.in/
Display of Recorded Responses and Answer Keys: It will be announced soon on the website.
Declaration of NEET UG 2022 Result on NTA website: It is expected to be announced later on the website.
Once the NEET results are out, there will be a tough competition between the aspirants in order to get admissions in the best medical university in India. Although there will be more deserving candidate as compared to the less deserving ones but due to reserved category system, it will be very difficult for a meritorious deserving candidate to secure admissions in the university of his or her choice.
In order to secure admissions in the best Indian government medical college, aspirants either need to score higher or score good marks and belong to some category which makes it easy for them to secure admissions in the government medical college in India of their choice.
Apart from this, aspirants who have secured good marks but belong to open category will either have to pay hefty donations if they can afford and secure admissions in Indian private medical university or choose to pursue some other medical course other than MBBS and study in India. But, however, there are aspirants who only wants to pursue MBBS at any cost. So, aspirants under this category either reappear for the NEET exam again the next year and keep trying to secure MBBS admissions in Indian government colleges. In this case, there might be possibility that they are able to secure admissions in the Indian government college of their choice but by the take they get admissions in Indian medical college they have already wasted some of their years which they realised later. There are many aspirants who have been trying every year from so many years but are not able to secure admissions in Indian government college for MBBS.
We would rather suggest that aspirants should not waste their years and start looking for more wider opportunities in order to fulfil their dream of becoming an MBBS doctor by choosing to pursue MBBS from Russia, MBBS from Abroad, MBBS from China and MBBS from Bangladesh.
From last few years, it has been noticed that MBBS from Russia, MBBS from Bangladesh and MBBS from China has been trending among international medical aspirants due to the high quality of education, the medical universities of this countries provide that too in extremely affordable fees with both theoretical and practical knowledge.
In India, every year the number of medical aspirants appearing for NEET exam are increasing and the college seats for MBBS remains the same.
Most of the top prestigious and reputed medical colleges for the course of MBBS in India have limited seats. In India, there are about 563 recognized medical colleges providing MBBS course, out of which 275 are government and 284 are private MBBS colleges. There is a cutthroat competition among MBBS aspirants in order to secure admissions in them.
Some of the best MBBS colleges in India are AIIMS New Delhi, JIPMER Pondicherry, CMC Vellore, Varanasi and BHU.
Aspirants Need to keep in Mind the following details about the Indian medical colleges for MBBS: