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NEET-SS Result 2017 declared

National Board of Examination (NBE) has declared the examination result for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Super Specialty (NEET-SS) courses. Candidates can check the result from the official website, nbe.edu.in

How to check:

  • Go to the official website, nbe.edu.in
  • Click on the link, ‘Result-Cum-Score Card for NEET-SS 2017’
  • Enter testing ID and date of birth
  • After submitting the same, the results will be displayed on the screen
  • Take a print out for future use

Number of candidates qualified and their cut-off scores are as follows:

Anaesthesiology

Cut-off score: 118.75

Number of candidates qualified: 331

Biochemistry

Cut-off score: 135.50

Number of candidates qualified: 48

Emergency Medicine

Cut-off score: 102.50

Number of candidates qualified: 6

General Medicine

Cut-off score: 78.25

Number of candidates qualified: 2,294

General Surgery

Cut-off score: 103.75

Number of candidates qualified: 2354

Microbiology

Cut-off score: 120.75

Number of candidates qualified: 8

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Cut-off score: 137.50

Number of candidates qualified: 224

Orthopedics

Cut-off score: 113.75

Number of candidates qualified: 17

Otorhinolaryngology

Cut-off score: 156

Number of candidates qualified: 131.75

Paediatrics

Cut-off score: 102.50

Number of candidates qualified: 708

Pathology

Cut-off score: 113.75

Number of candidates qualified: 160

Pharmacology

Cut-off score: 101.50

Number of candidates qualified: 19

Physiology

Cut-off score: 113.75

Number of candidates qualified: 5

Psychiatry

Cut-off score: 121.25

Number of candidates qualified: 7

Radiodiagnosis

Cut-off score: 125.25

Number of candidates qualified: 95

Radiotherapy

Cut-off score: 122.50

Number of candidates qualified: 98

Respiratory Medicine

Cut-off score: 119.50

Number of candidates qualified: 175

Tropical Medicine

Cut-off score: 111.50

Number of candidates qualified: 4

Candidates who have scored less in their respective speciality specific cut-off scores are not qualified in common counselling for DM/MCH courses. The common counselling shall be done at National Level by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).

 

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