Maharashtra, DMER NEET Result 2017, Yet not Released


2017 DMER NEET selection list will soon be released inthe official website, The Directorate of Medical Education & Research, Maharashtra will publish the first NEET selection list for admission to undergraduate medical and dental seats. As per the official notification DMER has announced that the selection list or the seat allotment list of DMER NEET 2017 will be released on Tuesday, but the same was delayed concerning the ongoing domicile matter. Now as per the latest reports, NEET UG selection list may get published in the today evening (26 July, 2017) by DMER, the updates on which are being provided here.

On 25th July, 2017 The Director, Medical Education & Research, Mumbai said that “The declaration of 1st selection list will be published on 25th July for selection to Health Science courses is being postponed. The date of 1st selection list will be declared in due course on the website of DMER,” which is still not released.

After release studnets can download their respective results from the official website, students by logging into their personal pannel and entering their roll number and othered required information can easily download their respective result.

As per DMER NEET 2017 rules, a student is only considered for state quota if he/ she has taken both Class X and XII from that specific state. But, the Court had, earlier, relaxed the admission norms and allowed the students (who had taken Class XII from Maharashtra, but Class X from another State) to apply for admissions under State quota.

On July 24, The issue came in limelight when some of the applicants tried to enter the State rank lists of multiple states, which can not be a genuine case as the State government decided to delay the announcement of first selection list to state quota admissions in Health Science courses till the domicile issue is resolved. Currently, DMER has filed a review petition in Aurangabad bench of Bombay High Court to allow only those students for State quota who have taken both Class X and XII from Maharashtra.

Based on NEET UG 2017 results, DMER had earlier published the state merit list comprising of 50,623 candidates, . But around 790 applicants have been declared ineligible by DMER after they failed to produce required documents. These applicants have been eliminated from the admission process.

The latest NEET merit list for State quota published by DMER on 25th July mentions only 49,856 aspirants. DMER has also published a list of 396 applicants who have taken SSC from out of State, but HSC from Maharashtra. DMER had to first verify the documents of all the applicants and then publish the Selection List. However, DMER decided to do away with the verification process and directly announce the first selection list on July 25. DMER had decided that the documents will be verified by individual colleges at the time of admission. DMER had verified documents of first 20,000 rank holders, out of all the applicants.

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