TJEE Medical 2016 Result
Shalu Gupta, 05 Jun 2016, #NEET
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UPES - School of Health Sciences

TJEE Medical 2016 Result - The result of Tripura Joint Entrance Exam (TJEE) medical 2016 has been declared on June 4. Candidates can check their TJEE medical result 2016 online from the window given on this page. Candidates who have appeared in TJEE Medical 2016 can check their marks, merit position  and OMR sheets from below. To check TJEE medical 2016 result, candidates have to enter their enrollnment number. Candidates can check the complete information regarding TJEE Medical Result 2016 on this page.


How to Check TJEE Medical 2016 Result:

  • Enter your enrollnment number or application number.

  • Click on "Show Result" tab.

  • TJEE result will be displayed on the screen.

Check TJEE Medical 2016 result below:



TJEE Medical 2016 merit list has been prepared on the basis of candidates' performance in the entrance exam. This list includes the names of candidates, who have qualified in the examination. The Board does not keep any provision for post publication review at any stage. Merit list has been prepared on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in the TJEE Medical 2016 exam. Candidates will be required to secure a rank in TJEE Medical 2016 merit list to be considered for counselling and further admission process.


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In case of TIE- Following steps will be followed in case of TIE in Tripura JEE Medical 2016-

  • Step I- Candidate who secure more marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together

  • Step II- If still tie persists, then candidate who has secured more marks in Chemistry and Biology taken together will be preferred

  • Step III- If TIE still persists- Candidate who has secured more marks in Biology than other will be considered

  • Step IV- If TIE still persists then then preference will be given to the senior candidates

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