Out of 14 lakh students who attempted the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019 for entrance to undergraduate medical and dental courses this year, 56.5% have qualified. The all India topper is Nalin Khandelwal of Rajasthan.
Khandelwal scored 701 marks out of 720 to top the exam.
While 4.45 lakh women qualified in comparison to 3.51 lakh men, it was the male students who dominated the top rankings. Only seven women came in the first 50 spots and Madhuri Reddy G of Telengana was the only one in the top 10.
The NEET candidate who obtains higher marks in biology (botany and zoology) in the test is given preference, followed by the candidate who scores higher marks in chemistry, followed by the candidate with the fewer number of attempted incorrect answers in all the subjects in the NEET.
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