Published On : Sun, May 26th, 2013
Education / Latest News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

CBSE, for the first time, to provide NEET OMR mark-sheets to candidates before the results

The interested candidates have to apply for OMR mark-sheets from May 27 to May 30 with a fixed charge of Rs 1000 Online. The CBSE will also provide copies of correct answers to the candidates at the same time.

Nagpur News:

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to provide the candidates who appeared for National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET UG 2013) with OMR marksheets Online. The interested candidates have to apply for OMR mark-sheets from May 27 to May 30 with a fixed charge. The CBSE will also provide copies of correct answers to the candidates at the same time.

THE CHARGES: The candidates who desire to seek OMR mark-sheets of NEET UG 2013 Online would have to pay Rs 1000 as charge in this regard and they should have to scan the NEET website from May 27 to May 30 till 5 pm in the evening hours. The candidates will have to pay the charge of Rs 1000 through credit or debit cards of Canara Bank, Syndicate Bank or e-post offices Online. The candidates could send the challan copies by fax number 011-22509251 or website neet.cbse@nic.in .


The CBSE would return the Rs 1000 to the candidates who challenge the marks, and, if the CBSE finds the challenge valid, then the amount will be returned to the candidates. Moreover, the CBSE would not provide any help if the candidates delay the applications for seeking OMR mark-sheets  or the CBSE finds shortcomings in their applications.

The CBSE, for the first time, is providing the OMR mark-sheets information to the candidates before the results could be declared. The candidates, who tick marked the answers in the OMR mark-sheets, too, could check the marks and could guess what would be actual results. The CBSE will formally declare the results of the NEET after May 31.

The most significant fact of the CBSE decision is the candidates have a golden chance to check the marks before the results are declared that could be helpful in removing confusion, if there any, said C Satija of Aakash Institute.