The Central Board of Secondary Education has declared the results of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. Navdeep Singh from Punjab topped the exam with a score of 99.99%.

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They were earlier expected to be announced on Tuesday after a mix-up on the official website. CBSE had released the answer keys of the test following a June 12 Supreme Court order, which had asked the board to declare the results before June 26. The bench had stayed a Madras High Court judgement that had asked CBSE to not declare the results.

The exam for admission to under graduate medical and dentistry courses in India was held on May 7. As many as 11,38,890 aspirants had appeared for Neet 2017, including 1,522 Non-Resident Indians and 613 foreigners. They took the test for admission to 65,170 seats in 470 medical colleges and 25,730 seats in 308 dental colleges.