Uttar Pradesh witnessed the highest number of registrations for the NEET UG 2023 exam, with a total of 2,73,572 students. Out of these, 2,67,383 students appeared for the examination, and 1,39,961 students qualified. Maharashtra secured the second position with 2,77,903 registrations, 2,73,819 appearances, and 1,31,008 successful candidates. Rajasthan, on the other hand, had 1,48,364 registrations, 1,45,824 appearances, and 1,00,316 students achieving success.
NEET UG 2023 Result Released at nta.neet.nic.in, Toppers List, How to Download Score Card
|State / Year||2022||2023|
|Jammu & Kashmir||38,140||36,374||20,005||37,276||36,431||20,564|
If we look at the statistics of the last five years, the number of Indian candidates appearing in the NEET UG exam has been continuously increasing. The positive aspect is the steady rise in the number of women candidates compared to previous years. Additionally, there has been an increase in the number of transgender candidates and students from reserved categories. However, there is a concerning trend of declining candidates from the NRI, OCI, and PIO categories.
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The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will initially conduct counselling for 15% of seats in the All India Quota of Medical Colleges. The counselling will be carried out in four rounds: Round 1, Round 2, Stray Vacancy, and Mop-Up Round. As of now, the official counselling schedule has not been released. Media reports suggest that the counselling schedule will be released soon. Candidates are advised to regularly check the official website of MCC at mcc.nic.in for any new information or updates.
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