NTA NEET UG Result 2019 Declared: 7.9 lakh students PASS; From toppers to best performing state - Top highlights of 2019 result

Delhi had the highest percentage of candidates clearing the exam at 74.92, followed by Haryana (73.41) and Chandigarh (73.24). Nagaland had the lowest pass percentage at 34.52. There was a rise of 14.52 per cent in the number of students who registered for NEET this year.

NTA NEET UG Result 2019 Declared at ntaneet.nic.in: 7.9 lakh students PASS; From toppers to best performing state - Top highlights of 2019 result
NEET Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: For over 15 lakh candidates who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) examination this year, the National Testing Agency (NTA) announced the scores yesterday on the official website - ntaneet.nic.in.
By: ABP News Bureau
Updated: 06 Jun 2019 10:17 AM
NEET Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: For over 15 lakh candidates who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) examination this year, the National Testing Agency (NTA) announced the scores yesterday on the official website - ntaneet.nic.in. The exam was conducted on May 5, 2019 in 156 cities across the country. While students from Odisha or those whose centres were in Odisha, and Karnataka gave exam on May 20. Over 7.9 lakh students managed to clear the exam, among which 7.95 lakh Indian National candidates passed the exam. Here are the major highlights from NEET 2019 result declaration-

A total of 7,95,031 candidates living in India cleared NEET 2019. As many as 315 foreign nationals, 1,209 NRIs, 441 candidates holding OCI (Overseas Citizenship of India) cards and 46 PIOs (Persons of Indian Origin) also cleared the exam. Two candidates scored 700 marks out of 720 but secured different ranks, five scored 695, two 691, 16 candidates scored 690, three scored 687, 13 scored 685 and five scored 686 marks. According to officials, if two candidates are tied on the same score, the one who obtains the higher marks in biology gets a higher rank. Those who score high in chemistry are given the next preference.


Delhi had the highest percentage of candidates clearing the exam at 74.92, followed by Haryana (73.41) and Chandigarh (73.24). Nagaland had the lowest pass percentage at 34.52. There was a rise of 14.52 per cent in the number of students who registered for NEET this year.

As many as 2,86,245 candidates in the unreserved category, 3,75,635 in the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category, 99,890 in the Scheduled Caste (SC) category and 35,272 in the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category cleared the exam.

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The list of top 10 candidates


Rank 1 - NALIN KHANDELWAL from Rajasthan - 701 marks
Rank 2 - BHAVIK BANSAL from Delhi - 700 marks
Rank 3 - AKSHAT KAUSHIK from Uttar Pradesh - 700 marks
Rank 4 - SWASTIK BHATIA from Haryana - 696 marks
Rank 5 - ANANT JAIN from Uttar Pradesh - 695 marks
Rank 6 - BHAT SARTHAK RAGHAVENDRA from Maharashtra - 695 marks
Rank 7 - MADHURI REDDY G from Telangana - 695 marks
Rank 8 - DHRUV KUSHWAHA from Uttar Pradesh - 695 marks
Rank 9 - MIHIR RAI from Delhi - 695 marks
Rank 10 - RAGHAV DUBEY from Madhya Pradesh - 691 marks

The list of 5 female toppers


1. MADHURI REDDY G from Telangana - 695 marks
2. KIRTI AGRAWAL from Madhya Pradesh - 690 marks
3. QURESHI ASRA from Andhra Pradesh - 690 marks
4. HARSHVI NAYAN JOBANPUTRA from Gujarat - 690 marks
5. HRUDYA LAKSHMI BOSE from Kerala - 687 marks

The list of 5 male toppers


1. NALIN KHANDELWAL from Rajasthan - 701 marks
2. BHAVIK BANSAL from Delhi - 700 marks
3. AKSHAT KAUSHIK from Uttar Pradesh - 700 marks
4. SWASTIK BHATIA from Haryana - 696 marks
5. ANANT JAIN from Uttar Pradesh - 695 marks

Category of seats to be filled through NEET (UG)-2019

• All India Quota Seats
• State Government Quota Seats
• State/Management/NRI Quota Seats in Private Medical/ Dental Colleges or any Private/ Deemed University
• Central Pool Quota Seats

The category of candidates appeared in NEET-UG, 2019

• Indian Nationals
• Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
• Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs)
• Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) &
• Foreign Nationals

Key Highlights of NEET(UG)- 2019


• No. of candidates registered - 1519375 (14.52% increase from NEET(UG)-2018)
• No of Candidates Present - 1410755 (92.85%)
• No of Candidates Absent - 108620 (07.15%)
• Indian Nationals - 1516066 (99.78%)
• NRIs - 1884 (0.12%)
• OCIs - 675 (0.04%)
• PIO - 63 (0.01%)
• Foreigners - 687 (0.05%)
• Male - 680414 (44.78%)
• Female - 838955 (55.22%)
• Transgender - 6
• Un Reserved - 534072 (35.15%)
• SC - 211303 (13.91%)
• ST - 96456 (6.35%)
• OBC - 677544 (44.59%)
• Number of Cities - 154 (16.67% increase from NEET(UG)-2018)
• Number of Languages - 11
• Number of centres - 2546 (12.90% increase from NEET(UG)-2018)
• Number of rooms - 64000
• Number of invigilators - 128000
• Number of Observers and NTA Representatives - 6000+
• No of City Coordinators - 163
• 4 candidates were identified using unfair practices in the examination. The result of these candidates has been cancelled and they have been debarred from appearing in the Medical Entrance Examination conducted by NTA as per rule.

Language wise No. of Candidates Registered

• English - 1204968 (79.31%)
• Hindi - 179857 (11.84%)
• Telugu - 1796 (0.12%)
• Assamese - 4750 (0.31%)
• Gujarati - 59395 (3.91%)
• Marathi - 2305 (0.15%)
• Tamil - 31239 (2.06%)
• Bengali - 31490 (2.07%)
• Kannada - 1017 (0.07%)
• Oriya - 700 (0.05%)
• Urdu - 1858 (0.12%)
• English & Hindi - 1384825 (91.14%)
• Regional Languages - 134550 (08.86%)

Nationality-wise Registered, Appeared, Absent, Qualified candidates

Indian
- Registered: 1516066
- Appeared: 1408051
- Absent: 108015
- Qualified: 795031

Foreigner
- Registered: 687
- Appeared: 483
- Absent: 204
- Qualified: 315

NRI
- Registered: 1884
- Appeared: 1612
- Absent: 272
- Qualified: 1209

OCI
- Registered: 675
- Appeared: 552
- Absent: 123
- Qualified: 441

PIO
- Registered: 63
- Appeared: 57
- Absent: 6
- Qualified: 46

Total
- Registered: 1519375
- Appeared: 1410755
- Absent: 108620
- Qualified: 797042

State wise No. of Candidates qualified


Andaman & Nicobar Islands
- Registered: 1063
- Qualified: 512

Andhra Pradesh
- Registered: 57798
- Qualified: 39039

Arunachal Pradesh
- Registered: 4509
- Qualified: 1619

Assam
- Registered: 27183
- Qualified: 10716

Bihar
- Registered: 83814
- Qualified: 44092

Chandigarh
- Registered: 1657
- Qualified: 1144

Chhattisgarh
- Registered: 28391
- Qualified: 12456

Dadra & Nagar Haveli
- Registered: 619
- Qualified: 261

Daman & Diu
- Registered: 321
- Qualified: 125

Delhi
- Registered: 32048
- Qualified: 22638

Goa
- Registered: 3776
- Qualified: 1677

Gujarat
- Registered: 78318
- Qualified: 35177

Haryana
- Registered: 33047
- Qualified: 22499

Himachal Pradesh
- Registered: 13868
- Qualified: 8003

Jammu and Kashmir
- Registered: 26595
- Qualified: 13295

Jharkhand
- Registered: 18285
- Qualified: 10297

Karnataka
- Registered: 115931
- Qualified: 64982

Kerala
- Registered: 117255
- Qualified: 73385

Lakshadweep
- Registered: 306
- Qualified: 136

Madhya Pradesh
- Registered: 58059
- Qualified: 26773

Maharashtra
- Registered: 216176
- Qualified: 81171

Manipur
- Registered: 6402
- Qualified: 3672

Meghalaya
- Registered: 3421
- Qualified: 1094

Mizoram
- Registered: 1892
- Qualified: 592

Nagaland
- Registered: 2465
- Qualified: 710

Odisha
- Registered: 35093
- Qualified: 19244

Puducherry
- Registered: 4911
- Qualified: 2281

Punjab
- Registered: 14847
- Qualified: 9456

Rajasthan
- Registered: 98757
- Qualified: 64890

Sikkim
- Registered: 895
- Qualified: 348

Tamil Nadu
- Registered: 138997
- Qualified: 59785

Telangana
- Registered: 51114
- Qualified: 33044

Tripura
- Registered: 4070
- Qualified: 1697

Uttar Pradesh
- Registered: 155556
- Qualified: 84982

Uttarakhand
- Registered: 13587
- Qualified: 7602

West Bengal
- Registered: 66924
- Qualified: 36846

OTHER
- Registered: 1425
- Qualified: 802

Total
- Registered: 1519375
- Qualified: 797042

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