The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) results of post-graduate students who wish to pursue masters in health sciences were released by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) on its website on Friday.
In all, 90,377 candidates took the exam between November 23 and December 6. The NBE put up the results on its website.
The NBE will conduct all-India counseling for 50% of the seats in all government institutes. The state will then admit students based on the NEET score's state merit list.
The NBE said it will draw up the state rank list based on each candidate's position merit position of the candidate from among those who are graduates of their state or those from the state where they have opted for domicile. Some candidates will have two state ranks, one in the state they graduated in and one for the state for which they have opted for domicile, based on the state of graduation and another based on the domicile opted by them (for those candidates whose state of graduation is different from their domicile state), nodal officer Dr B L Sherwal said.
In Maharashtra, there are 625 PG seats for the all-India quota. Based on scores, state institutes and the Directorate of Medical Education and Research will admit students. Eight private colleges which will take students in are: S K Somaiya Institute of Medical Research, Kashibai Navle Medical College-Ambegaon, Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education and Research-Talegaon, Maharashtra Institute of Medical Science and Research-Latur, Swatiyog Pratishthan-Sangli, Sanjeevani hospital-Miraj, Sanchti Hospital-Pune and Bombay Hospital.