Live updates for the 2023 NTA NEET results: The National Testing Agency (NTA) stated on Tuesday that Prabanjan J from Tamil Nadu and Bora Varun Chakravarthi from Andhra Pradesh came out on top in this year’s NEET-UG, each scoring a phenomenal 99.99 percentile. 11.45 lakh of the 20.38 lakh applicants who applied have qualified for the exam.
With 1.39 lakh qualified candidates, Uttar Pradesh leads the pack, followed by Rajasthan with over 1 lakh and Maharashtra with 1.31 lakh. The National Testing Agency (NTA) administered the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (UG) on May 7 in 4,097 locations in 499 cities nationwide, including 14 places outside of India. The NEET UG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate courses) result has been officially declared, bringing great anticipation and relief to thousands of aspiring medical students across the country. NEET UG is a highly competitive examination conducted annually in India for admission to undergraduate medical and dental courses in government and private medical colleges. Overall, the declaration of the NEET UG result is a crucial moment for students, their families, and the education system at large. It showcases the hard work and dedication of the candidates while setting the stage for their future endeavors in the medical field.
According to Gaurav Tyagi, founder of Career Xpert says:-
Candidates can submit their roll number and other necessary information to view their results on the official NEET UG website or through other recognized portals. The candidate’s total score, subject-specific scores, and All India Rank (AIR) are included in the outcome. The outcome also forms the foundation for seat allocation and counseling procedures. The NEET UG result is a key turning point in the lives of those who are chosen to pursue careers as doctors and healthcare professionals. For them, it opens up a world of possibilities for pursuing their goals and making contributions to the medical industry. The NEET UG result, albeit significant, is only the first step in a protracted and difficult process. Counseling, seat selection, and admission processes are the following steps.