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  • #4429 Reply
     Mansi garkhal 

    I want to do preparation for Pantnagar and NEET entrance exam so I wanted to know the details

  • #10522 Reply
     Asad yar Khan 

    Hello Mansi!

    NEET OR National Eligibility Entrance Test is conducted by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education). For those students who cherish a desire to be a doctor, qualifying NEET is a route to success. This exam acts as a gateway to Medical and Dental Under Graduate courses offered by various government and private medical colleges in India. The government introduced NEET as a common test across the country, with the purpose of replacing many different medical examinations across the country (including AIPMT). Last year, NEET exam was held on May 07, 2017 with the duration of 3 hours. About 11 lakh Aspirants had the option of 10 languages to compete for around 90,000 MBBS and BD seats in all the Government, Private and Deemed Medical colleges across the country.

    Thus, clearing NEET is required for admission in the below courses:

    • MBBS (Graduate Medical Course)
    • BDS (Dental Course)
    • PG Course in a Government/Private Medical Colleges in India

    However, the undergraduate courses run by the colleges mentioned below have separate examinations for entrance, as these institutes were set up by separate laws:

    • All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi
    • Postgraduate Institute for Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh
    • Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research in Pondicherry


    The eligibility criteria for the candidates who want to appear in the upcoming NEET exam is given below:


    • Nationality: Candidates must be an Indian citizen. OCIs/NRIs/PIOs/FNs candidates are also eligible to apply.
    • J&K/AP/Telangana: Such candidates are eligible for All India 15% quota only (also eligible for admission in AFMC, Pune) based on self-declaration.
    • Aadhaar Card Requirement: Indian National candidates must possess an Aadhaar Number to apply for NEET exam.

    Age Limit:

    • Minimum Age: The minimum age limit is 17 years, as on or before 31st December of the year of admission.
    • Maximum Age: The maximum age limit is 25 years (for General candidates) and 30 years (for OBC/SC/ST categories) on the date of exam.


    • Examination: Candidates should have passed the intermediate exams (12th) or the equivalent exam.
    • Subjects: Subjects Should be Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Biotechnology with English as a compulsory subject.
    • 10+2 appearing students are also eligible to apply.
    • Marks Required: In the qualifying exam (PCB group), students should have obtained at least 50% marks for general, 45% marks for General-PH and 40% marks for SC/ST & OBC.

    Hope that helps!

  • #1506966 Reply
     Kadamb Sachdeva


    If you want to crack the NEET Exam, then you have to study very hard and with full dedication.

    NEET Exam will be conducted in the month of May 2020. So, you have enough time left for the preparation.

    For preparing NEET Exam, you need good quality study materials and books. This is the first and foremost thing you have to do.
    Go through the entire [url=]NEET Syllabus[/url] and plan your preparation accordingly. First study the most important topics and make them stronger.
    For Physics, you should learn all the important formulas and practice for the derivations.
    For Biology, you should practice diagrams and learn all the labels of it.
    For Chemistry, you should know how to balance equations. Learn all the chemical formulas.
    Solve previous year question papers and take online mock tests. This will give you an idea about the pattern and difficulty level of the questions.
    Study at least 6-7 hours and give 30–45 mins to the revision daily.
    Improve your weaker areas. You should give more time to the topics in which you are weak.
    Make notes of all the important stuff daily. This will help you in our last minute preparation.
    Studying for long hours lead to fatigue. So, you should take short breaks in between your preparation as this will help your brain to retain information.
    While preparing for the NEET Exam, you should also take care of your health. Eat a healthy & balanced diet and avoid junk foods.

    Best of Luck!

  • #1864909 Reply

    Hello Mansi,
    NEET is a common entrance exam to pursue MBBS. NEET has not changed its exam pattern yet, the exam pattern is same as before. Here I am sharing some important information about NEET UG.
    The question paper consists of questions from Physics, Biology and Chemistry.
    There will be objective type questions (MCQs) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
    The mode of the exam will be, pen and paper-based.
    You will get 3 hours and a total of 180 questions to answer.
    For each correct answer, you will get 4 marks.
    For every wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted as negative marking.
    For more details, visit NEET UG.

  • #1872657 Reply
     E-Learning App 

    There are many students who jump into the fray late, but in the NEET exam they want to do well. Since it is already known that NEET has a large number of applicants, being perfectly prepared to beat the competition is there for crucial. Every year, more than 15 lakhs students try NEET exams. So, it takes hard work to crack the exam with the preparation of 2 months. It is advised to make a smart preparation plan for the same for candidates interested in trying the exam. We’re going to discuss some important tips in this article.

    How To Prepare For NEET

    •Create Time Table and strictly follow the Time Table.
    •Maintain Study schedule
    •Fix your top priorities and work out.
    •Do more practice on important Topics only, At least practice around 150 MCQs every day.
    •Check the exam pattern and syllabus,
    •Do Revision only, Don’t learn new topics
    •Take notes and use flash cards, Prepare notes for your reference.
    •Target Easy questions only
    •Study topic Wise Weightage
    •Solving sample papers
    Since NEET is known as one of India’s toughest tests, the preparation strategy should be taken seriously. In about post, with the hope that it will be beneficial to you.
    I hope that’s helping you, All the best for NEET!

  • #2181978 Reply
     Ayaz Iqbal 

    The Eligibility Criteria for NEET is changed a little bit from the previous one.

    The latest guidelines and application criteria for candidates appearing for NEET are-

    Applicant must be from the following nationality to apply for NEET-

    Indian Nationals
    Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
    Overseas Citizen of India (OCI)
    Persons with Indian Origin (PIO)
    Foreign Nationals

    Age Limit:

    Applicant must lie within the following age limit to apply for the exam-

    As of December 31, 2021 minimum age of the candidate must be of 17 years.
    The maximum age for the NEET is 25 years which was appealed last year in court for an extension. Now, candidates of age above 25 years can apply for 2021 NEET.

    Minimum qualification:

    Applicant must have the following qualifications to appear in the NEET-

    Candidate must have cleared Class 12 or equivalent from a recognized institute
    Candidates who are appearing for Class 12 or equivalent in summer 2021 can also apply for NEET 2021
    Candidates who have completed Class 12 or equivalent from an open school are also eligible.

    Mandatory Subjects:

    Candidate must have cleared Class 12 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
    Candidates who have passed Class 12 or equivalent with Biology as an additional subject are also eligible.

    Minimum marks required to qualify exam:

    General category: 50 percentile
    PWD category: 45 percentile
    SC/ST/OBC: 40 percentile


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