Parth Khandelwal has secured All India Rank-10 by scoring 715 marks, making him the top scorer in Rajasthan. Similarly, Shashank Kumar achieved All India Rank 14 with the same score, claiming the top spot in Bihar.
Shubham Bansal secured All India Rank-16 and emerged as the topper in Uttar Pradesh. In Delhi, Harshit Bansal clinched the first position in the state with AIR 13. Meanwhile, Shraddha from Madhya Pradesh secured AIR-56 and became the state topper.
The NEET UG 2023 examination was conducted on May 7, 2023, in 13 different languages. The examination took place at 4,097 examination centres across 499 cities, including 14 centres abroad.
A total of 20,87,462 students had registered for the examination, out of which 20,38,596 appeared. The exam included 11,84,513 female students, 9,02,936 male students, and 13 transgender students. Among the participants, a total of 11,45,976 students have been declared eligible for counselling.
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In recent years, there have been noticeable changes in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG. This year, there has been a significant increase in the number of students registering for the exam, leading to a rise in the number of students appearing for the examination. However, it is worth noting that despite the substantial increase in the number of candidates, there has also been an increase in the number of students who were absent during the examination.
Comparing the data from the previous year, where out of 18,72,343 registered candidates, 17,64,571 appeared for the exam and 1,07,772 were absent, this year witnessed a higher level of attendance. Out of the 20,87,462 students registered, 20,38,596 actually appeared for the exam, with only 48,866 candidates being absent.
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