NEET 2020 results: A day after the National Testing Agency (NTA) announced the results of the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET UG), celebrations continue in several homes in Mumbai. Several of the top performers obtained a score of 700 out of 720, which allowed them to acquire a place in the institute of their choice.
Jayatra Shah (18), scored 180 out of 180 in the physics section of the exam while her overall score was 700 out of 720. “I have spent the last few months focusing on my HSC board exam as well. than on NEET. I am very happy with my NEET score. This should help me find a seat at GS Medical College (attached to KEM Hospital, Parel), where my brother is currently pursuing his third year of MBBS, ”said Shah, whose father is an ophthalmologist and mother gynecologist.
Anuj Doshi (18) and her twin brother Agam have spent the last few months studying together and have both performed well. “My motivation was a promise I made to my teachers that I will do well on the entrance exam and I’m happy I managed to keep my promise. After MBBS, I want to pursue graduate studies in hospital administration and management or artificial intelligence (AI), ”said Anuj, who scored 700 out of 720 in NEET-UG while his brother Agam scored 645. Anuj also wishes to pursue medical studies at Seth GS School of Medicine.
The state’s star this year was Ashish Zantye, 18, from Malwan, Sindhudurg district. He scored 710 out of 720, winning 19th overall across India.
The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) will soon announce the dates for admission to state medical and dental schools. Admissions will be made by the state’s Common Entrance Test (CET) cell.