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The central government has decided to make some changes for candidates appearing in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).
The NEET exam is scheduled tentatively in the month of May 2017. CBSE has not yet released the official notification for NEET 2017. The changes made are from the last year’s requirements and patterns which will be confirmed on the release of official notification of NEET.
Here is the list of changes that CBSE has made for NEET 2017:
The age limit for medical aspirants seeking admission under the 15% all India quota has been set to 25 years while the candidates belonging to reserved categories may appear in the test up to 30 years of age. Candidates can attempt for the NEET exam three times only.
Last year the NEET was conducted in two phases while this year the exam will be conducted in only one phase. CBSE would release two lists at the time of results for NEET. One would be All India merit list and other state merit list. The All India merit list would make the candidates eligible for 155 All India quota seats in government colleges only. The state list will be used for the seats in state medical colleges and private medical colleges in the states.
As per the notifications and news CBSE might make the adhaar card compulsory to apply for NEET 2017. Earlier CBSE had made the adhaar card mandatory to register for JEE main 2017 examination. CBSE has released another notification making it clear that Aadhar will be one common identity proof for all examinations.
Candidates from various states and diverse backgrounds appear in the NEET examination. Therefore, CBSE has decided to conduct the NEET 2017 in eight regional languages other than English and Hindi. The languages Gujarati, Bengali, Assamese, Tamil, Marathi and Telugu have been confirmed for NEET 2017. Kannada and Odia were recently added to the list of regional languages for NEET.
As per the past trends, the NEET 2016 was conducted completely online. Therefore, it is assumed that NEET 2017 would also be completely online. Also, the applications forms will be filled and fee payments will be made completely online. The decision has been made to streamline the application process and promote digital education.
The official notification of NEET 2017 is delayed and is expected to be released soon. Candidates are advised to visit only the official website aipmt.nic.in for notification and updates on NEET 2017
The CBSE Class X exams will end on April 10 while the Class XII exams will continue till April 29. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) aspirants are worried due to a delay of one week in the CBSE exams.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences has opened the online registrations for MBBS course on its official website. Candidates can apply for admission to MBBS course at AIIMS campuses at New Delhi, Patna, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Bhubaneshwar, Rishikesh and Raipur.
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Online Applications are invited for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) – 2017 (NEET-UG-2017) to be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary
For any query, candidates are requested to check the official website .
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