NEET Result 2020: The result of the National Testing Agency NEET Examination was declared late on Friday evening. Shoaib Aftab of Odisha has created history in NEET examination by scoring 100 percent this time. Shoaib has scored 720 out of 720. With this, Shoaib has created another history. Actually, before that there was no neet topper from Odisha. His family is very happy. NEET topper Shoaib Aftab said in a conversation with news agency ANI, 'There is no doctor in my family, so I did not expect to top it. I hoped that I would make it to the top 100 or 50. But it was never expected to score 720 out of 720. The exam was being postponed, so there was a lot of pressure. Shoaib Aftab told that in the year 2018 he came to Kota for coaching. Aftab said, "Coaching of medical entrance exam was done in Kota. Here I got the best competition and I tried to give my best. I live in PG with my mother and younger sister in Kota. 95.8 percent marks in 12th this year. All India 37th rank and 10th in KVPY was 96.8 percent marks. I have achieved this success only from the guidance of my teachers.”
On the NEET 2020 result, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has also congratulated the students by making several tweets. At the same time, he has encouraged the students who could not do better this time in NEET. Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank tweeted the video and said that he is very happy that for the first time, a medical entrance examination has been done in the entire country. This was the biggest test in the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dream of one nation one examination has come true.
The National Examination Agency (NTA) said that about 13.66 lakh students appeared in this examination, out of which a total of 7,71,500 candidates have passed the examination. The highest number of candidates from Tripura (88,889) succeeded in the examination, while the second place was from Maharashtra. 79,974 participants from Maharashtra passed the examination. The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) was conducted on 13 September with strict precautionary measures in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.