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The government of Rajasthan decided to add 300 new MBBS seats in the state medical colleges. The government focused on developing the health infrastructure of the state by developing new medical colleges. Vaibhav Galaria, Secretary of Medical Education, Rajasthan said that the construction of three new medical colleges in Rajasthan state is in progress. Our target is to complete all these colleges from the starting of a new session.
These three medical colleges are to be built in Ganganagar, Chittorgarh, and Dholpur cities of Rajasthan state. The 300 seats in MBBS are to be increased after the starting of these colleges. For this, the government officials organized a meeting on Saturday and officially informed us that we are going to increase 300 seats in the MBBS course and the three new medical colleges will start from the next session. This decision of the Rajasthan Government will strengthen the health infrastructure of the state.
In this meeting, Sri Ganganagar MLA Rajkumar Gaur was also present. He said that this is a revolutionary decision of the Rajasthan government and the government is ready to give more funds for this project through state government funds and MLA funds also. It will be proven as a boon for the health policy of the state. After starting these colleges the public can avail the health facilities easily and other medical facilities would also increase through this. He said that these medical colleges would have all the facilities and equipment to avail for the public at a minimum cost. He also said if the allotted fund will-less I will give the extra fund from MLA funds.
As per the Times of India report, Medical Education Commissioner Shiwangi Swarnkar said that the inspection will be done by respected officials before starting these new colleges. He said that the inspection will be done in April month before starting a new session. The new session will start in May month. These colleges will provide new opportunities to the medical aspirants to get admission in these colleges and to make their bright career in the profession of a doctor.
To get admission to these medical colleges, candidates need to crack the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) exam to secure a seat in their desired college. The online admission counseling is to be done based on the score in NEET (UG) exam. The seats are allotted to candidates and they need to report to the allotted institutes to get admission. Rajasthan state offers a total of 3683 MBBS seats to get admission in various medical colleges in Rajasthan state.
It’s a very good decision of the Rajasthan government appreciated by the public and students also. It provides strength to the health infrastructure of the state. The increase in seats provides opportunities to those students who don’t get admission to medical colleges with fewer marks. This will save your time to prepare again for the exam and they also fulfill their dream by getting admission to their dream institute.
Though NEET 2021 is scheduled for August 1, 2021, there are chances that the exam date might get revised as the education and health ministries are reviewing the current situation.
Application forms for NEET 2021 have not been released yet, making the aspirants anxious. However, there are speculations that NTA might postpone NEET 2021. The Union Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare are in conversation regarding the final schedule for the exam. They are reviewing the current situation to decide if it is conducive to conduct a national level exam on such a large scale before finalizing the dates.
Less Time Period Left For Exam Processes
As per the last notification released in March 2021, the exam is scheduled to be conducted on August 1, 2021. However, NTA has not even released the NEET 2021 application forms yet with just a month left for the scheduled exam. Usually, the application process commences around 60 days before the exam. One month is given to the applicants for completing their registration while formalities like allotment of exam centres, issuance of admit cards, etc are done in the second month. However, just a month is left now.
A senior official from the Education Ministry said, “We are in consultation with the health ministry regarding the NEET schedule. Since it is a single-day exam, we have to be very careful about the dates. We need to review the Covid situation in the entire country before conducting the exams.”
Exam Dates Were Announced Before Second Wave
The source also said that the date of August 1 was announced back in March when the second wave had not come. But the second wave of the pandemic has led to a lot of changes and a need to review the dates has arisen. The final call on the exam date will be taken after a thorough study of the lockdown status and COVID-19 cases in all the states. He further said that the decision will be conveyed to the students soon.
Sources from the ministry have also said that if the current situation would not be conducive for conducting the national level entrance exam then last year’s pattern of conducting the exam in September might be followed. Students are advised to wait for an official notification on the same.
Tamil Nadu State Government has invited opinion from the public on NEET exam. The opinion can be shared in not more than 5-pages on or before June 23.
The state government under the Chief Minister MK Stalin formed a 9 member committee to study the impact of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) on the students belonging to marginalized committees or those studying in government schools. The 9 member committee, composed of government officials and educationists, was headed by the retired judge of Madras High Court, AK Rajan. The committee has invited opinion from the public on the same.
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The advertisement reads, “Public opinion is invited and the same may be sent in not exceeding 5 pages on or before 23-6-2021 either by email or post or may drop in the box kept at the committee office in the Director of Medical Education campus.” Suggestions can be sent on [email protected].
As notified by the State Government last Thursday, the committee will submit its report within a month. The government will take further decisions based on the report and recommendations of the committee. The committee is expected to come up with alternate admission procedures and the scope to implement them.
Demands To Cancel NEET UG 2021
All the state parties including DMK and AIADMK are demanding for NEET UG 2021 to be scrapped. In early June, Stalin wrote to PM Narendra Modi requesting for exempting the students of Tamil Nadu from NEET. He further demanded for medical seats to be filled on the basis of Class XII scores. The state government is against holding the exam because of it being biased against the state board students due to the difference in syllabus. The former Chief Minister, K Karunanidhi also insisted on seats being filled on the basis of Class XII marks.
Expected Botany Questions for NEET 2021
The official website for NEET 2021 has been launched by NTA. Candidates can visit the neet.nta.nic.in. However, the application form is not yet open.
On June 2, 2021, the National Testing Agency has launched the official website for NEET 2021. NTA will announce all latest updates regarding the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 on – neet.nta.nic.in. The NEET Application Form 2021 will be released soon, as per a notification on the new portal. NTA is also expected to release the official brochure having details on eligibility criteria, syllabus, exam dates along with the application form.
NEET (UG) 2021 is a national level entrance test conducted for admission to medical colleges throughout the country. Aspirants can get admission to various medical courses like MBBS and BDS in the medical institutes all over the country. The exam will be conducted in pen and paper mode.
NEET UG 2021 Exam Date
As per the notification released by NTA, NEET UG 2021 is scheduled to be conducted on September 12, 2021. The Ministry of Education has also notified NEET 2021 syllabus will not be impacted by the reduction in Class XII syllabus. However, the spread of the 2nd wave of the pandemic and spike in COVID-19 cases has led to an uncertain situation. An update about any change in the scheduled date can be expected in June and July 2021. Do note that CBSE Boards for class XII have been cancelled.
NEET UG 2021 Eligibility Criteria
The candidate is required to pass 10+2 from any recognized board of education with at least 50% marks. They must have studied Biology, Chemistry, Physics as compulsory subjects. The upper age limit for candidates is 25 years while the lower age limit is 17 years as on 31st December 2021.
What After the Release of Website?
NTA will commence the registrations for NEET 2021 soon. The application form is expected to be filled by approximately 16 lakh aspirants. NEET Admit Card 2021, Answer Key and Results will also be released on the new official website upon subsequent events of the exam. The registered candidates will be able to login through the application number and password. They can check the application status and other details by logging in once they register.
Candidates are advised to keep visiting mbbsneet.in and the official website by NTA for latest updates.
As per the schedule released by NTA, NEET 2021 is scheduled to be conducted on August 1. The situation created by the pandemic has brought us to the question of the exam postponing this year again.
Though the exam schedule has been released, NTA has not yet released the notification for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021. The application process and other details will be announced on the official website ntaneet.nic.in in the coming days. However, as per reports, there are chances of NEET 2021 being postponed due to the surge in COVID-19 cases throughout the country. Recently, the Prime Minister’s Office took the decision to postpone NEET PG till 31 August, 2021. However, no decision has been taken on NEET UG. As per the last official notice, NEET 2021 will be conducted on August 1, 2021 (Sunday).
Pen and Paper Mode Needs To Change?
The notice stated that NEET 2021 will be conducted in Pen and Paper Mode in 11 languages. However, amid the recent rises in COVID-19 cases, this method of examination is questionable. The Information Bulletin with detailed information on Eligibility Criteria, Syllabus, Examination Fees, Exam Centres, etc. will be announced soon.
NEET UG 2021: Will it be Postponed?
Last year, NEET UG was conducted on September 13, 2020. The second phase of the exam was conducted on October 14, 2020 for the students who either stayed in containment zones or were themselves infected by the virus. The situation this year is also similar, or considerably worse than last year. This has posed the question of postponement of the exam again this year.
Some other exams like JEE Main (April and May session), NEET PG 2021, Class XII board exams, UPSC CSE (Prelims) have already been postponed in light of the second wave of the pandemic. If the situation worsens, there are chances that NTA might postpone NEET UG 2021 too.
However, it must be kept in mind that NEET 2021 is scheduled for August 1, 2021, which is already quite late. So candidates must keep their preparation on track and rely only on official notice released on the website. Until any official communication about the postponement is conveyed, students must consider August 1 as the final date. Do check out some important topics for NEET UG 2021.
NEET UG 2021 is scheduled to be conducted on August 1, 2021. Given below is a list of important chapters based on the previous year question papers.
The golden rule behind cracking any national level entrance exam is by practicing as many questions as possible. A good trick behind this is to practise as many past year question papers as one can get. This is also critical for analysing one’s performance. Revising the NCERT textbooks, again and again, is another critical aspect in the preparation for NEET 2021. However, the vast nature of the NEET-UG Syllabus leaves the aspirants in a dilemma about what to study first and devote more time to. To help you with this, we have got a list of subject-wise important topics that you focus on while preparing for NEET-UG 2021.
Physics is considered to be tougher than the other two subjects in the NEET UG exam. However, in both the phases of NEET-UG 2020, most of the questions were from NCERT textbooks. The important chapters from Physics NCERT textbooks are listed below:
|Class XI||Class XII|
|Units and Measurement||Current Electricity|
|Work, Energy and Power||Wave Optics|
|Laws of Motion||Moving Charges and Magnetism|
|System of Particular and Rotation of Motion||Dual Nature and Radiation of Matter|
|Gravitation||Ray Optics and Optical Instruments|
|Mechanical Properties of Fluids||Waves|
To prepare for Physics, you should focus on understanding the fundamental concepts and practise the application of these concepts. Extensive problem solving is the key to get a good score in Physics in NEET-UG 2021.
As per the analysis of previous year question papers, most questions asked are based on theories and concepts that are extensively discussed in NCERT textbooks. The important topics for Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry are tabulated below:
|Physical Chemistry||Organic Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry|
|Thermodynamics||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids||Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure|
|Equilibrium||Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers||p-Block Elements|
|Solutions||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||Coordination Compounds|
Biology is the most important subject in NEET-UG so students must study every topic in the NCERT textbooks of Class XI and XII. However, some of the topics that must be given more importance are listed below.
|Class XI||Class XII|
|Biological classification biomolecules||Reproduction in Organisms Human Reproduction|
|Cell: The unit of life breathing and exchange of gases||Sexual reproduction in Flowering Plants Evolution|
|Plant kingdom neural control and coordination||Molecular Basis of Inheritance|
|Morphology of flowering plants chemical coordination and integration||Principles of Inheritance and Variation Biotechnology: Principles & processes|
|Plant growth and development||Environmental Issue|
|Transport in plants animal kingdom||Organisms and Population|
|Mineral nutrition animal morphology||–|
|Photosynthesis in higher plants||–|
|Respiration in plants||–|
Studying all these concepts and having a thorough understanding of the basic topics along with solving sample question papers can help you crack NEET UG 2021.
NEET UG, conducted as a qualifying exam for undergraduate courses in the medical field, is considered to be one of the toughest entrance examinations.
Around 15 lakh aspirants take the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG) for admission to undergraduate medical courses like MBBS or BDS. But owing to the high competition due to lesser number of seats available, out of this huge number of test takers, it’s only 50% of the candidates who qualify the exam. Thus, a large number of students who wish to pursue courses in the medical field are unable to qualify the entrance exam. Instead of being disheartened by the results, such candidates should look for alternate options in the medical field. To help them, we have got a list of the medical courses that students can pursue after 12th without qualifying the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.
Bachelor of Pharmacy
Students can opt to pursue a graduate course in Pharmacy from various universities like BITS Pilani, Jamia Hamdard University, Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, and others. B.Pharm graduates have a wide career scope as they can become pharmacists, lecturers, researchers, etc. Students can even go on to pursue a Masters in Pharmacy.
B.Tech in Biomedical Engineering
Another lucrative option for students is to pursue B.Tech in Biomedical Engineering. It is a 4-year undergraduate program offered by most IITs, NITs, and other engineering colleges. After completing this course, students can become Biomedical Engineers, Biomedical Technicians, Biochemists, etc. They can also take roles in research which helps in building vaccines and eradication of various diseases in the world.
B.Sc in Nutrition
B.Sc in Nutrition is a 3-year UG program available to students after passing Class 12th. The program covers various aspects of nutritional value of diet. The graduates from this field can pursue a career as Dieticians and Nutritionists in hospitals, health clinics, health centres, etc. Graduates can also do freelance work, work at Gymnasiums which usually require dieticians.
B.A. in Psychology
Another alternative program available to students without passing NEET is B.A. in Psychology. This course is open to class 12th students from all streams. It is a 3-year undergraduate course and offers the graduates with opportunities to work as counselors, social workers, etc. It is offered in most of the colleges throughout the country and admission is usually given on the basis of percentage secured in class 12th. Some other courses that are available to students without qualifying NEET UG are listed below:
- B.Sc in Cardiac Perfusion
- B.Sc in Physiotherapy
- B.Sc in Biotechnology
- B.Sc in Microbiology
- B.Sc in Cardiovascular Technology
Do check out our website www.mbbsneet.in for regular updates on NEET and other medical news!
Union Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan announced on Thursday that NEET PG 2021 has been postponed amid the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic in India.
Amid the surge in COVID-19 cases throughout the country, NEET PG 2021 has been postponed. The information about the postponement of the postgraduate medical entrance exam was given by the Union Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan, on Thursday.
The minister tweeted, “In light of the surge in #COVID19 cases, Government of India has decided to postpone the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Postgraduate exam which was earlier scheduled to be held on April 18. Next date to be decided later.”
#NEETPG2021 POSTPONED !
Health & safety of our young doctors is paramount.
— Dr Harsh Vardhan (@drharshvardhan) April 15, 2021
Demand for Postponing the Exam by Aspirants
The demand for postponing the NEET PG 2021 exam was put forth by thousands of MBBS students. On Thursday afternoon, a group of students also filed a petition for postponement of the exam in view of the surge in COVID-19 cases. The exam was scheduled to be conducted on April 18, 2021. NEET PG Admit Card 2021 has also been released by the National Board of Education. However, new admit cards will be released after the announcement of the revised exam dates.
Many MBBS students are already working at their respective institutes for treatment of patients with COVID-19. This was already putting them under pressure, while risking a large population towards the spread of coronavirus.
CBSE Board Exams Postponed
The update on postponement came after the postponement of CBSE Class 12th board exams. CBSE also cancelled the exams for Class 10th. The decision for postponement or cancellation of exams have been taken in the interest of student’s health and well-being.
The revised NEET PG 2021 Exam Dates will be announced on natboard.edu.in and nbe.edu.in. Keep visiting our website for regular updates on NEET exam dates, admit card, application and more!
There was a bit of confusion with whether NEET 2021 to be conducted twice this year. But now, all this confusion has subsided with the declaration of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare recently. According to them, NEET 2021 will be conducted twice and will be conducted on the lines of JEE Main Exam 2021.However, the schedule of the examination is not finalised yet.
NEET 2021: Why will it be conducted twice?
The Health Ministry officials recently met with their counterparts from the Education Ministry and the National Testing Agency. Various issues were discussed on – Online and Offline modes of the NEET 2021 exam and multiple sessions.
A senior official in the medical education department of the Health Ministry said – “While we felt that a large number of NEET aspirants still may not be ready for appearing in the examination in online mode, there is now a consensus on conducting the test twice this year”.
If NEET 2021 is conducted twice a year, it will allow the aspirants to be ranked on the basis of the best score out of two attempts. The same format has been followed in the JEE Main exam since last year. According to a NTA official, this format of NEET 2021 exam will destress the students and will allow them to improve upon their last score.
Last week, Mr. Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishank during an interview to a TV channel, had confirmed that officials from the Education and Health Ministry had a lengthy meeting on the various issues faced by the students. They discussed the topic of NEET to be conducted twice in a year.
NEET is usually conducted in the first week of May every year. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was delayed till September last year. Hence, the National Testing Agency is yet to release the dates for the exam this year. Now, aspirants are at least little relieved after knowing about this recent update on the NEET 2021 exam.
With NEET 2021 dates not out yet officially, aspirants must be involved in intense preparation for the time being. So here are the best study supplements for the aspirants who are at their final level of preparation. To crack NEET 2021 on the first attempt, aspirants must follow an effective study plan and use the best study supplements like – Mock Tests, Online Education Portals, Books, etc.
Study Supplements for Effective Preparation
During your NEET 2021 preparation, medical students must follow some of the books written by experts. These books contain sample and previous year exam papers which you can revise during these final hours. Some of the best books for an effective NEET 2021 preparation are mentioned here:
- Concept of Physics by H.C. Verma
- Organic Chemistry by Morrison Boyd
- Physical Chemistry by O. P. Tandon
- Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee
- Objective Biology by K.N. Bhatia
You can also watch online lectures on various social media platforms given by experts or NEET Toppers to strategize for your exam during the final phase. You will find plenty of such lecture series on the official website of NTA as well.
The IIT-PAL videos are available separately on the NTA website for all the three subjects of NEET 2021 that is – Physics, Chemistry and Biology. You can also take mock tests, and access to question papers on various Educational Portals available these days.
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Few NEET 2021 Preparation Hacks
- Revision of the topics is important during the final stages of preparation. This will help to memorize each and every concept till the exams.
- Make notes on important chapters and concepts and put them on sticky notes and put them on the walls of your study room so that they appear before your eyes every day.
- Practise more and more mocks. You can also download the NTA’s National Test Abhyas App for taking mocks.
- Refer NCERT Books so that you don’t miss any important topics as the questions of NEET 2021 will be based on these books mostly.
- Take care of your health and also take sufficient breaks to relax your mind.
Stay tuned for the latest updates on NEET 2021 and keep preparing!