CBSE to Release NEET UG 2013 OMR Answer-sheets on Official Website

NEET UG 2013

CBSE to Release NEET UG 2013 OMR Answer-sheets on Official Website

CBSE to Release NEET UG 2013 OMR Answer-sheets on Official Website

New Delhi: The candidates who appeared for NEET UG  2013 can check their OMR sheets online.  CBSE announced that they will display the OMR sheets of the candidates in the website so that the students can check them and estimate their performance.

The copies of OMR answer sheets of NEET 2013 will be available online from 27th to 31st May, 2013.  To see the OMR answer sheets in the website, the candidates need to pay Rs. 1,000 online. If the answer written by the candidate and the CBSE answer key differs, the students can challenge CBSE.  For this they have to pay have to submit their applications online before 5 PM on 31st May, 2013.  For details the students are requested to visit the official wbsite of CBSE www.cbseneet.nic.in

 Fee can be paid online through Canara bank/Syndicate bank or e-Post office.  It can also be paid online using credit or debit cards.  The fee can also be remitted through challan.  For paying the fee through challan, the candidates need to fax the copy of their application and challan to 011-22509251.  Scanned images can also be mailed to neet.cbse@nin.in.  the fee and the representation should reach the authorities by 5PM on May 31.

The representations that are received with fee will only be considered under the cause 15.4 & 15.5 of NEET UG 2013 information bulletin.  This bulletin is available on the NEET website. The decision of CBSE will be final in taking up the representation matter.  If CBSE accepts the challenge of the candidate it will refund Rs. 1,000 per response to the candidate.  Students however must remember that representation that are not complete or those that are submitted after the last date will not be taken up by CBSE.

NEET UG 2013 is the first all India National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination conducted country wise for providing admission to students in various medical colleges in India.