National Board of Examinations (NBE) has announced the results for the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) PG 2021. Results have been announced on the official website natboard.edu.in. However, as of now, candidates can only know their score and not the rank obtained. The rank list will be curated and published later on the same portal. Naturally, while waiting for the rank list, students are eager to know where they stand compared to their peers. Keeping this demand in mind, many unofficial websites have started announcing their list of toppers in the NEET PG 2021 examination. Here’s all candidates can know so far –
As per several reports and claims, Amartya Sen has secured the All India Rank (AIR) 1 in the NEET PG 2021 examination with a whopping 714 marks. For Sen, this must feel like another feather in the cap! Previously, he had also achieved Rank 1 in the INI CET 2021 examination conducted by AIIMS authorities. Hence, it doesn’t come as a surprise that Sen has managed to top the NEET-PG examination as well.
As per Dr Bhatia Medical Coaching Institute (DBMCI), their own student Dr Arjun Agarwal has managed to secure 712 marks out of 800 in the NEET PG 2021 examination. This gives him an All India Rank (AIR) 2 in the national-level examination. The third rank has been achieved by Dr Shashank VR by scoring 710 marks out of 800 in the entrance exam. The same has been announced via a YouTube video by Marrow.
Reportedly, Dr Harshitha Shetty has achieved Rank 4 in the NEET PG 2021 exam by scoring a total of 706 marks in the entrance exam. This was announced by a coaching institute named DAMSDelhi – Medical Education Redefined again, by uploading a YouTube video.
Just for reference, here are the toppers of NEET PG 2020 –
|Dr. Shiv Kumar Sharma||1013|
|Dr. Raghavendra B Pandit||1002|
|Dr. Kartik Aggarwal||1000|
|Dr. Shobhit Garg||988|
|Dr. Aman Aggarwal||983|
|Dr. Parth Durgia||980|
|Dr. Mankirat Dhillon||977|
|Dr. Sana Mohsin||976|
|Dr. Shivam Arora||975|
|Dr. Harshil Shah||970|
As of now, the names of the top 4 doctors in the NEET PG 2021 examination have been disclosed online. By looking at their scores and previous-year rank list, candidates can take an idea of their tentative rank in the exam. While this may vary considerably from the actual rank allotted by NBE, it may help candidates understand their chances of getting into their preferred field and college.
Of course, NBE authorities will be releasing the NEET PG 2021 rank list in due course of time on the official portal natboard.edu.in. In the meantime, candidates are advised to visit the official portal consistently for any updates in this regard. Those who haven’t scored well must not be disheartened and take it as an encouragement to work harder for the next attempt.