CBSE NEET 2017 was held on May 7 in 10 different languages. The CBSE NEET was conducted in 10 different languages, so that rural students could get equal opportunity, but the same attempt by CBSE NEET became the reason of the delay of declaration of NEET2017 results. As soon as CBSE NEET 2017 got permission for the declaration of NEET results from The Supreme Court, , it became clear that there will be no further barriers for the Board and hence the post-exam activities can commence. Regarding the same CBSE notified yesterday the dates for the release of NEET OMR sheets’ images and answer keys. As of today, 13th June, NEET OMR sheet has been made available by CBSE.
As it had been reported earlier that CBSE will first display the OMR sheets & NEET 2017 answer key and the results will be declared only after giving the students a window to submit the representations against the OMR sheet and answer key.
As per the notification, CBSE has uploaded the images of the NEET OMR Sheet, to see the NEET 2017 OMR sheet, the candidates are required to login to their account through Candidate Login page in CBSE NEET website (www.cbseneet.nic.in) by using the registration number and password.
As CBSE is also expected to finish the post-exam activities in time and already over a month has passed, the Board said the images of OMR sheets and answer keys will be made available for only two days. As per the information bulletin, the OMR sheets and answer keys were to be available for at least three days. The OMR sheets are now available and with it, the window to submit the representations/ objections will remain open up to 14th June, till 5 pm.
The students can check NEET 2017 OMR sheet images after logging into the CBSE NEET website. The link to submit the objection will be available in the candidate page, along with the instructions on how to submit the objections.
Officially, NEET 2017 answer key will be uploaded by CBSE on 15 June and it will remain available for only two days. The students will have to check and submit the representation (if any) till 5 pm, 16 June. The students will have to make payment of Rs. 1000 per question and CBSE will return the amount, in case the challenge is accepted by the Board. The mode of payments are given in the booklet.
NEET 2017 has around 95,000 seats on offer, comprising of 65,000 MBBS seats and 25,000 BDS seats. As much as 11,38,890 students had registered for the test, while around 95% attendance was recorded. NEET 2017 was conducted at 1,921 test centers in 103 cities.