A first: Odisha’s Aftab tops NEET with perfect score

A first: Odisha’s Aftab tops NEET with perfect score

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New Delhi, October 16

In a first, two candidates attained full marks in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), results of which were declared on Friday night, according to National Testing Agency (NTA) officials.

Odisha’s Soyeb Aftab and Delhi’s Akansha Singh have scored 720 out of 720 marks, but Aftab has been ranked first and Singh second as per the NTA’s tie-breaking policy, the officials said. Meanwhile, Haryana’s Amrisha Khaitan secured the third position among girls and fifth position in the all-India Rank with a score of 715. Satwik Godra, also from Haryana, scored the seventh rank and Ishita Garg from Punjab 24.

A total of 7,71,500 candidates have qualified the exam. The highest number of qualifying candidates are from Tripura (88,889) followed by Maharashtra (79,974). The entrance test was conducted on September 13. Gurkirat Singh of Chandigarh with a score 710 out of 720 marks has AIR 15. Bhoomit Goyal from Punjab and Himanshi from Haryana have ranked 32 and 37.

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