Well, the Duty of Central Board Secondary Education towards National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is; to conduct the entrance examination followed by the declaration of results.

The duty of CBSE does not stop here; but also extended to officially provide information of All India Ranks to Directorate General Health Services (Government of India); and to Directorate Education of State Governments of India.

Thus enabling the central and state government to conduct of counseling of 15% All India Quota seats; as well as 85% of domicile State Quota seats.

Central Board Secondary Education towards National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
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Rules of Duty of Central Board Secondary Education towards National Eligibility cum Entrance Test by IMC Act -1956

This rules and regulation are as per the Indian Medical Council Act – 1956 and as amended in 2016.

Thus in the year 2017, CBSE is responsible to conduct NEET for admission to MBBS in medical Colleges run;

With the approval of Medical Council of India under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.





Results announced on 23 June 2017. The minimum marks for qualifying NEET for OBC / SC / ST is 107, for Unreserved candidates is 131, for PH candidates is 118.

11, 38, 890 candidates registered for NEET 2017. Qualified candidates 6, 11,000.

Top 15% chances to get admission in MBBS, hence expecting a call for attending counseling.



There is also a limitation of CBSE of not conducting the entrance examinations for AIIMS and JIPMER Puducherry.

These two institutions have been established through Acts of Parliament.

Hence AIIMS and JIPMER conduct their autonomous entrance examinations and do not come under the purview of CBSE.

Thus from the above, it is clear what id the duty of Central Board  Secondary Examination towards National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.