The result for NEET 2018 has been announced today, June 04, 2018. Though it was expected that the result will be announced on June 05, 2018, however, it was announced a day early. To check the result for NEET 2018, the candidates should visit the official website of CBSE at cbseresults.nic.in. Next, enter Roll Number and Date of Birth. On submitting the details, the result will be available on the screen.
Soon after the result for NEET 2018 was announced. the CBSE released a notification of statistic of NEET 2018 and list of toppers.
As per the notification, in comparison to last year, 1,19,260 candidates registered for the regional languages, however, last year, 1,05,194 number of candidates registered. There is a dip in the number of candidates who registered in regional languages. This year only 08.98 % candidates registered under the regional languages, however, last year, 09.25 % candidates registered.
For NEET 2018, about 10,60,923 number of candidates registered for the English language. 1,46,542 for Hindi language, 1,997 for Telugu language, 3,848 for Assamese language, 57,299 for Gujarati, 1,169 for Marathi, 24,720 for Tamil, 27,437 for Bengali, 818 for Kannada, 279 for Oriya, 1,711 for Urdu.
Like last year, the number of candidates who registered for English and Hindi language was quite high than those who registered for regional language. 12,07,465 number of candidates registered for English and Hindi Language this year,
Students from various states have shown their concern that the CBSE should conduct NEET exam in regional languages as well. However, looking at this year and previous year statistics, it can be said the number of candidates registering for NEET exam is very less in comparison to English and Hindi.
Earlier some news was also doing the rounds that CBSE is deciding to remove the option for regional language as the test takers have not showed much interest. Only 8 percent of the total candidates sat for the exam in regional languages, that means over 10 lakh students of 13,26,725 students preferred the English language over regional languages.
Over 13 lakh candidates appeared for NEET 2018 which was conducted on May 06, 2018 at 2,225 centres across the country.
Kalpana Kumari is the All India Topper for NEET 2018 by obtaining691 marks. The second position is bagged by Rohan Purohit with690 marks, whereas, the third rank holder is Himanshu Sharma who obtained 690 marks.
Amongst the top 50 candidates, there are toppers from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, etc. So, how wise do you think is the decision to remove regional languages in NEET exam? Let us know your opinions in the comment section below