Nagpur News: Anuj Laddhad of Shivaji Science College emerged first topper in NEET examination conducted by CBSE for admission in medical courses. Girls again outshine boys in NEET exam after announcement of std XII results.
Anuj Laddhad secured 580 marks and his ranking on national level is 544 and it is 31st on state-level, claimed his college. Shreyas Milmile of the same college secured second position with 532 marks. Tushita Lakhera of Dr Ambedkar Science College bagged third position with 419 marks. Nearly 300 students from Nagpur have qualified for admission in medical courses. Sushmita Bharti from the city stood first topper among the girls with 529 marks, whereas Akshara Dixit was the second topper with 527 marks. Student of Maltidevi Bajaj College of Wardha, Yash Giramkar, who scored 185 out of 200 marks in the MT-CET was the topper in division. Jayesh Bansole, a student of Shivaji Science College stood topper among the scheduled castes in MT-CET the State with 181 marks out of 200. He is also the second topper from the division.
The candidates, their parents and colleges had to take hectic efforts to know the results of MT-CET. In fact, DTE-had announced to declare results at 11 am on Wednesday. However, its server failed. The DTE had to declare the results at 4 pm but it were made available around 6 pm