CBSE NEET Exam 2017 Answer Keys on June 16: OMR sheets available now at

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CBSE NEET Exam 2017 Answer Keys on June 16: OMR sheets available now at
CBSE NEET Exam 2017 Answer Keys on June 16: OMR sheets available now at

New Delhi : On Monday, the Supreme Court of India had allowed the CBSE to declare the NEET Exam 2017 results, The OMR Sheets, however are now available on Students who have written the NEET 2017 examination on May 7 can check their OMR sheets and responses to the questions marked by them for challenge on Tuesday and Wednesday at 

The images of NEET Exam OMR sheets and responses of questions will be displayed on June 13, 2017 and the period for challenge to it will be from June 13 to June 14, 2017 till 5pm. The board also announced the time limit available to candidates to challenge them.

The apex court stayed a May 24 interim order of the Madras High Court which had restrained the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) from publishing the CBSE NEET Results 2017.

The candidates can check the scanned images of their OMR sheet and answer keys of NEET exam 2017 by logging into their account using registration no and password on the website.

The Answer keys of CBSE NEET 2017 will also be displayed for challenges by the candidates only for two days instead of three days as mentioned in Information Bulletin.Display of Answer Keys on June 15 (Thursday) to June 16 (Friday till 05.00 p.m.)

According to Press Trust of India, a vacation bench of Justices P C Pant and Deepak Gupta said the declaration of results as well as the subsequent counselling and admission will be subject to the decision of the apex court in the matter pending before it.


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