Resonance Pre-Medical Division have shown Astounding Performance in NEET 2016 result. 1644 students qualified in NEET 2016.The result is achieved with continuous hard work and Efforts by students and Resonance Team. The hard work is paying off by year by year growth in results and proving the Quality Education and Personal care provided in the institute.
Key highlights of Result is as follows:
- Total 1644 Reso students have qualified for NEET 2016 so far.
- Total 1012 Reso students qualify from yearlong classroom program (YCCP).
- 632 Reso students qualify from distance learning and e-learning programme (Dlpd+ eLPD).
- 5 All India Ranks in Top 100.
- 43 All India Ranks in Top 500.
- 116 All India Ranks in Top 1000.
- Over 250 % growth in terms of selection from last year (447 students were qualified in AIPMT -2015 from Resonance).
Best Rank from Institute is of Suraj M – AIR 78, Sanjay M – AIR 122, Ashutosh Sahu – AIR 187, Manya Kumar – AIR 229, Adarsh Pal AIR – 297, Vachana Shree Patil – AIR 307, Neeraj Kumar – AIR 388.
Mr. R.K. Verma (MD – Resonance) says that in NEET 2016 , total 1644 students of Resonance qualified , which is Astounding performance. The result has grown in terms of Quality & Quantity both. This selection is the result of Hard work and Honest Efforts of students and expert faculty of Resonance Pre-Medical Division .
This year over six lakh students appeared for the first phase of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), a common medical entrance test for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses across the country.
According to CBSE officials who conducted the test, over 6.67 lakh students had registered for the exam.
Of the total 4.7 lakh students who had registered for phase II of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admissions to medical colleges, around 70% reappeared for the test after surrendering their NEET phase-I scores. This data from the CBSE indicates that majority of the students who appeared for the phase-II, after the nationwide controversy over it, are the ones who wanted to better their scores.
The number of fresh applicants registered for phase-II were a meagre 1.35 lakh – 30% of the total. This was after the Union Government issued an ordinance exempting state-run medical colleges from admitting students through NEET.