|NEET 2020 Events||NEET 2020 Important Dates|
|Release of NEET 2020 application form||02-Dec-2019 (4 pm)|
|Deadline to register for NEET 2020||06-Jan-2020 (11:50 pm)|
|Correction window||15-Jan-2020 to 31-Jan-2020|
|Application window reopened for registered candidates||03-Feb-2020 to 09-Feb-2020|
|Correction window (Extended)||01-Apr-2020 to 03-May-2020|
|Correction window (New)||15-May-2020 to 31-May-2020 (Now Active)|
|NEET 2020 admit card||To be announced soon|
|NEET 2020 exam||26-Jul-20|
|Declaration of Result||To be announced soon|
NEET is conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) which is an independent and competent leading organisation established by The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India (GOI)for conducting efficient, transparent and international standard test so that the best candidates get admission to top higher educational institutions.
The test is conducted for admission to MBBS/BDS and other undergraduate medical courses in recognized medical/dental private and public colleges in India. The Hon’ble Supreme Court approved the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) a single level examination on 28th April 2016. The entrance test aims to improve the quality in higher education and research in India produce and distribute information and research on education and professional development standards.
NEET exam will be held for three hours and will consist of 180 multiple choice questions. After the conclusion of the exam, coaching centres will release the NEET answer key for the generic ease of the candidates in order for them to calculate their scores. NEET official answer key 2020 will be published with the OMR sheet, which can be challenged.
For NEET 2020, The National Medical Commission Act, 2019 received the assent of the President on 8thAugust 2019. Section 14 of the National Medical Commission Act provides for conducting a common and uniform entrance exam for admission to undergraduate courses in all medical colleges. The following seats are available under different quotas:
However it is to be noted that many of the important dates are postponed due to Covid and candidates are advised to regularly check on the updates by NTA for latest information
Both Parents’ Association and the student body wish to postpone NEET 2020 exam date. They are requesting the government to postpone the exam amid the pandemic situation which is slated for July 26 where nearly 16 lakhs students will appear. They are asking the government to come with uniform guidelines for all entrance exams to compensate for the mental anguish they have to go through at this time in any suitable way. NTA has the responsibility of inviting online application, and conduct entrance exams for higher education, declaring result and providing ALL India Rank to the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
The syllabus is as prescribed by the Medical Council of India and includes subject matter from Zoology, Botany, Physics, and Chemistry from standards 11 and 12. To clear the exam, candidates need to understand the curriculum and also the exam pattern. They should download the 2020 syllabus to study offline mode as well. This standardized test is to prove how well they are prepared for college through evaluating their knowledge learned in the last 2 years and the best are chosen to pursue higher education. The syllabus has been updated by NEET.
For more details visit NEET 2020 Syllabus.
The entire process of payment of NEET entrance exam is online and fees once paid cannot be refunded under any circumstances nor can be carried forward for future examination. Mere deduction of fee from the bank account is not a proof of fee payment until and unless fee payment is supported by generation of Confirmation page. After edit facility in case of additional fee payment is required depending on the changes made in the form, final update will be shown after the payment. NEET will be held in offline mode in pen & paper by NTA. Due to the present situation students are confused in which mode the exam will take place also as there has been lot of changes introduced regarding this entrance exam: like NTA will conduct NEET; AIMS and JIPMER has merged under it and is now only the single medical exam.
For more details visit NEET Fees.
The only mode to apply for NEET is through online mode and any other mode will not be accepted and they should note that they can submit only one application. The final submission of the application form will remain incomplete if the required photograph is not updated and payment is not completed. These forms will be rejected and no correspondence on this account will be accepted. The entire application process is online including uploading scanned photographs, payment of fees and printing, and confirmation of page. Hence they need to send or submit any document including confirmation through post/fax/email. Before filling the online application form they need to go through the instruction properly to avoid rejection and should ensure that all the information entered in the application is correct.
For more details visit NEET Application 2020.
Though the date and time of the exam have been announced the schedule will remain unaltered, even if the date changes. All the test related information is available and updated on the official website of NTA for NEET. Therefore candidates must review the website regularly for the latest updates. Any disputes regarding the conduct of examination and allotment of seats fall under the jurisdiction of Delhi only. The Senior Director/Director (Administration) of the NTA is the legal person in whose name the NTA may sue or be sued. NEET exam is not sufficient for admission in any Undergraduate Medical Courses and depends on admission criteria, eligibility, rank in the merit list, medical fitness and such other criteria as may be prescribed by the Government of India, respective States, Universities, Institutions, and Medical/Dental/Ayurveda/Siddha/Unani/Homeopathy Colleges.
For more details visit NEET Exam 2020.
NEET is one of the prestigious entrance examinations required to study in top medical and dental colleges for those who want to make a career in medicine. Getting admission in these colleges becomes easy if they focus on their preparation and secure top rank. Best colleges have the best national and international faculty, world-class infrastructure, wide scope, and exposure in the learning process and good placement training and opportunities. There are approximately 400 public and private colleges in India that accept NEET marks. All these colleges follow the guidelines laid by MCI.
For more details visit NEET Ranking.
Counselling, conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)will be held through online mode and will start by August 2020. For state level, state level counselling will organize separately the counselling process. The counselling will also release seats other than 15% All India Quota and will draw merit list of the applicants in the respective category. They are required first to register for counselling and then fill their choice an as per the reservation, availability of seats and policy, seats will be allotted to them.
For more details visit NEET Counselling.
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