Candidates who have appeared for the Diplomate of National Board Centralised Entrance Test (DNB CET) exam, can check the result of DNB CET 2017. The DNB CET result has been published online on the official website. Admission for July 2017 session will be based on the merit of DNB CET exam. Result cum Merit list of applicant candidates of DNB Centralized Entrance Test (DNB CET) will be conducted by NBE in 15 Jun to 18 Jun 2017 will be declared soon after the examination.
|Declaration of Results||by 31 Jul 2017|
DNB CET Result 2017
Result cum Merit list of applicant candidates of DNB Centralized Entrance Test (DNB CET) conducted by NBE in June 2017 will be declared soon here. Candidates can access the same at NBE website www.natboard.edu.in, DNB CET website http://cet.natboard.edu.in/ and also at Notice Board at Ansari Nagar Office of NBE, New Delhi. The direct link for the same has been provided below for the students to check DNB CET Result 2017.
- Link to check the DNB CET Result 2017 will be available here.
How to check your result?
- Go to natboard.edu.in. or the direct link provided above.
- You can see “NBE Results” section.
- Select your exam as “CET”.
- Enter your DNB CET testing ID and date of birth.
- Click on Result.
Note: The schedule of Centralized Merit Based Counselling shall be notified in due course.
The page where result will be announced, expected to looks similar to the screenshot shown below this year also.
DNB CET Qualifying Criteria
Candidates who obtain a minimum score as per category below shall be declared as “Qualified” in DNB CET and issued a Pass / Qualifying Certificate.
- General Category – 50% score
- SC/ST/OBC – 40% score
- Persons with Disability – 45% score
Validity of CET Result
The validity of the result of the DNB CET shall be only for the current admission session i.e. July 2017 admission session only and cannot be carried forward for the next session of CET.
Tie – Breaking Criteria
In the event of two or more candidates obtaining same score, the merit position shall be determined using following tie breaker criteria in descending order:
- Candidate who has passed all MBBS professional Examinations in First attempt shall be placed at higher merit position.
- Candidate with higher aggregate marks (in percentage) in all MBBS professional Examinations shall be placed at higher merit position.
- Candidate with higher aggregate marks (in percentage) in 3rd MBBS professional Examination (Part I & Part- II) shall be placed at higher merit position.
- Candidate with higher aggregate marks (in percentage) in 2nd MBBS professional Examination shall be placed at higher merit position.
- Candidate with higher aggregate marks (in percentage) in 1st MBBS professional Examination shall be placed at higher merit position.
Results – Equating & Scaling
The question paper of DNB-CET comprises of 300 multiple choice questions each with four options and only one correct response. Multiple question papers are used for DNB-CET for different sessions and days.
A standard psychometrically-sound approach is employed for the scoring process of DNB CET. This approach has been applied to score all large scale Computer Based Examination utilizing multiple question papers.
While all papers (forms) are carefully assembled to ensure that the content is comparable, the difficulty of each form may be perceived by different subjects undertaking the test to slightly vary. Such minor differences in the overall difficulty level are accurately measured after all the different question papers (forms) have been administered and the results analyzed. A post-equating process is necessary to ensure validity and fairness.
Equating is a psychometric process to adjust differences in difficulty so that performance from different test papers (forms) are comparable on a common metric and therefore fair to candidates testing across multiple papers (forms).
During post-equating, test items are concurrently analyzed and the estimated item parameters (item difficulty and discrimination) are put onto a common metric. Item Response Theory (IRT), a psychometrically supported statistical model, is utilized in this process. The result is a score that takes into account the performance of the candidate along with the difficulty of the form administered.
In order to ensure appropriate interpretation of performance, the scores must be placed on a common scale or metric. A linear transformation is used for this scaling process, which is a standard practice for such test administration.
Post equating takes into account any statistical differences in examination difficulty and ensures all candidates are evaluated on a common scale. The aforesaid steps ensure that all examination scores are valid, equitable and fair. Merit List shall be prepared on the basis of scores obtained by the candidates.
There is no provision for re-checking /re-totaling /re-evaluation of the question paper, answers, score and no query in this regard shall be entertained.