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NEET 2020, the national-level entrance exam for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in India, has been a constant cause of confusion for candidates with disabilities (PwD) from the beginning. The application process for NEET 2020 started on December 2, 2019 when many candidates with Disabilities filled the form according to the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016.
As the brochure released for the exam in 2020 stated that the candidates with disabilities will be eligible to apply for NEET 2020 as per the guidelines under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 which allows 21 disabilities to be included.
But on November 16, Medical Council of India (MCI) released a draft guideline which excluded many disabilities to be eligible for NEET 2020. MCI further invited objections to be submitted till January 6, 2020 (extended date), which was the last date for applying for NEET 2020.
The entire scenario has created a lot of confusion and distress for all such candidates with disabilities as they are left in a state of limbo. The MCI and Government of India has failed to step in and provide a meaningful resolution to this confusion state of confusion which can affect the future of thousands of medical aspirants in the country.
NEET PG examination was conducted on January 06, 2019 for admission to PG courses was participated by over 1,48,000 candidates and conducted across 165 major cities of India. Candidates seeking admission to MS/MD courses must carefully go through the Non-Disclosure Agreement. All aspirants are bound by the NEET PG Non-Disclosure Agreement set by the governing authority NBE.
In case of violation of the agreement, not only the candidature will be cancelled, the violator will be penalized as well. Therefore, candidates who appeared for NEET PG 2019 must need a strong clarity about various clauses and criteria mentioned in this agreement.
About NEET PG
National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test – Post Graduate (NEET-PG) is an important eligibility criterion for seeking admission to Medical and Dental courses in India. The examination is conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE). The examination is conducted in the online mode in the form of a computer-based method.
All candidates registering and taking up the NEET PG program had to mandatorily sign the Non-Disclosure Agreement which can be downloaded from the Official Brochure of NEET PG.
Non-Disclosure Agreement for NEET PG Aspirants are as follows
- All candidates who are registering for the examination of NEET PG will be subjected to the Non-Disclosure Agreement called the NDA
- As per the notification, no candidate will be allowed to disclose any part, questions asked or content listed in the question paper in part or whole with any individual, party, online, website or other such publication or media. Doing so will be treated as an offence.
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- Any individual or candidate caught in the act of breach of the NDA shall be liable for penalty and action as per the law
- It is mandatory to note, such act of breach will be treated as a punishable offense. It shall also lead to the cancellation of candidature of the student at the bare threshold.
- The points listed in the NDA will continue to remain valid even after the completion of the exam. Thus, the candidates must adhere to the set rules without breaking the enlisted notification even after the completion of their NEET PG.
- Thus, adhering to the provisions of NDA, candidates are advised to comply with the rules and regulations and do not disclose any question or content of the question paper of NEET PG before or after the examination through any medium.
NEET PG Result
As per notification released by the NBE, NEET PG Result 2019 will be released during the end of January 2019, the official dates are yet to be notified. Students can get the results by logging into the official website of NEET PG with their login credentials.
All the shortlisted candidates will have to participate in the subsequent counselling process in the order of their merit. All the MD/MS seats are divided among the 15% All India Quota Seats and the remaining state quota seats. For latest notifications related to NEET PG Result and Counselling, visit mbbsneet.in regularly.
AIIMS MBBS is scheduled tentatively for May 25 and 26, 2019. AIIMS MBBS examination will be held in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode to offer admissions to around 800 MBBS seats across 9 AIIMS institutions in the country. With such stiff competition, knowing few handy AIIMS MBBS Preparation Tips.
Preparing for AIIMS MBBS can be quite stressful for candidates as most of them have to prepare for AIIMS MBBS 2019 as well as their Class XII examinations. The increasing pressure and tension can be handled more efficiently if candidates prepare with a clearly defined strategy.
All India Institutes of Medical Science (AIIMS), New Delhi conduct their National Level Entrance Examination every year to admit eligible students to MBBS programme at their nine campuses across India. Around 3 lakh candidates appeared for AIIMS entrance exam held last year. AIIMS MBBS 2019 Registration commences November 30, 2018 on the official site of AIIMS.
AIIMS MBBS Exam Pattern and Syllabus
Well, prior to starting your preparation, awareness about examination pattern and the syllabus is necessary to have a better understanding and formulating strategy for the examination.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 Exam Pattern comprise Multiple Choice Questions(MCQ) and Reason-Assertion type questions. There will be a total of 200 questions divided into four section viz. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and General Knowledge & Aptitude. General Knowledge/Aptitude section will have 20 questions and rest all the sections will have 60 questions each. The duration given to candidates to solve the paper is 210 minutes. Each question will be of one marks and 1/3 marks will be deducted for an incorrect response, making the total marks of 200.
AIIMS, New Delhi has not released or prescribed any syllabus for AIIMS 2019. However, the syllabus of the paper consists of topics from Class XI and XII as per the 10+2 Scheme/Intermediate science. You have to make sure that they know the entire syllabus of AIIMS MBBS. Candidates are advised to go through the Class XII complete syllabus. Follow the NCERT books and some other reference books.
AIIMS 2019 MBBS Preparation Tips
AIIMS medical entrance exam test candidate’s abilities on two grounds generally: What candidate has studied till class 12th, and Is candidate capable enough to complete course in medical science? Based on the above factors, here are few AIIMS MBBS Preparations Tips:
While studying, you should also study the basics concepts and foundations of each subject. Studying the basic concepts of each subject helps candidates understand the higher concepts better. Having cleared the basics of what you studied in class 11th and 12th is the key to scoring great in AIIMS MBBS.
Practising as much as you can from the past year question booklets and sample papers available on the internet and bookstores can help a lot in understanding the format and get along with the questions of AIIMS MBBS entrance test.
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Concentration is important during AIIMS exam as the duration of paper is 3 hours 30 mins. Time management is very essential when it comes to examination.
You should practice questions given at the end of each chapter honestly and compare their responses with the solution given at the end of the book/chapter. Evaluate your responses thus identifying those topics you have to work on before proceeding to the next chapter or section. You should keep asking the doubts to their mentor or even friends but make sure no doubts shall remain unanswered.
Revise and Re-revise since a single revision is not enough to crack AIIMS MBBS entrance exam. Take as many mock tests as possible in order to increase the speed by solving the maximum number of questions in a day. This can boost your confidence as well as let you have a planned preparation for the final exam.
Break time is also very essential for you to refresh your mind. A few minutes of break after studying helps you to get energised. Studying after break time also helps with memorization and understanding concepts better as the mind is fresh.
Subject Wise Preparation Tips
- Make separate notes of all the formulas of Physics and record chemical formulas and reactions of Chemistry.
- In Physics and Chemistry, revise important mathematical formulae and have a grasp of class 10th Mathematics for calculation based questions that require mathematical techniques.
- Assertion and reason type questions are also asked where descriptive responses are provided against each question and candidate have to choose the most suitable response. This part is compulsory and to answer these questions, you must have thorough understanding of the subject.
- Check out diagrams in Biology as students are frequently asked to identify from the given diagrams.
- As biology is a subject of theory, you should make sure to take out time on the everyday basis to revise the definitions and meanings of the terminology they learned.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, conducts AIIMS MBBS for admission to the MBBS courses offered at 7 AIIMS institutes – New Delhi, Jodhpur, Guntur, Nagpur, Rishikesh, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Raipur, and Patna. AIIMS MBBS examination is held through Online Computer Based Test (CBT) to offer admissions to around 800 MBBS seats. AIIMS MBBS 2018 Paper Analysis is sure to provide candidates with an insight particularly since no question paper is released by authorities after exam.
AIIMS 2019 MBBS Registration process starts from November 30, 2018 in online mode. AIIMS 2019 MBBS Examination is scheduled for May 25 and 26, 2019 in two shifts each day. This article gives an insight into AIIMS MBBS exam pattern and paper analysis of 2018, and provides an idea of the difficulty level of the exam and what to expect in AIIMS MBBS 2019.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 is scheduled for May 25 and 26, 2019 in two shifts each day. AIIMS MBBS Result is expected to be announced on June 12, 2019, on the official site. Since the exam is conducted in online mode, it is safe to assume no official AIIMS MBBS 2019 Answer Key will be released by the conducting authorities.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, conducts AIIMS MBBS Examination every year to offer admission to the MBBS courses offered by AIIMS campuses at New Delhi, Jodhpur, Guntur, Nagpur, Rishikesh, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Raipur, and Patna. Candidates are admitted in the MBBS programmes based on their performance in the computer based test.
AIIMS MBBS Answer Key
As AIIMS MBBS is conducted in online mode, the conducting authority does not release the question papers to the public. Therefore, no official AIIMS MBBS Answer key is released. However, based on the feedback and memory of candidates various coaching institutions release their own version of answer key soon after AIIMS MBBS Exam.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 Answer key released by various coaching institutes will be accessible via their official sites respectively. AIIMS MBBS Answer key provides aspirants with expected correct options for all the questions asked in the exam. AIIMS MBBS Answer key can be used to calculate approximate score in the examination. As no official answer key is released, candidates can only anticipate their ranks based on these keys.
On September 28, 2018 a single bench judge in Madras High Court increased the minimum eligibility for students who pursue medical course from foreign countries. Previously, the NEET eligibility clause for foreigners was set at 50% by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
According to the judgment, MCI and the centre are not allowed to issue the eligibility certificate to any foreign doctor who secured less than 80% in the qualifying exam.
What is NEET?
NEET is the national level examination for seeking admission into MBBS, BDS and AYUSH courses in medical colleges across the country. Students who want to pursue medical career must meet the eligibility criteria to appear for NEET. NEET 2019 is being conducted by NTA in the offline mode on May 5, 2019. NEET Application form 2019 can be filled till November 30, 2018 in the online mode.
List of NEET Controversies-
NEET is one of the most controversial exams that happen in India. Every year there are numerous changes which affect the aspirants of NEET. Changes in NEET eligibility, periodicity, mode of examination, etc., boggle the mind of aspirants year after year. This year, confusion about NEET eligibility clause for foreigners has created a buzz in among the students.
Earlier this year it was speculated that NEET 2019 will be conducted twice a year. But as per the latest update, NEET 2019 will be conducted only once on May 5, 2018 in the offline mode.
Note– You can check all the NEET 2019 exam dates released officially by NTA.
All About NEET Eligibility Clause for foreigners
Ever since NEET is made a compulsory qualifying criteria for pursuing medical career, many aspirants fail to pursue this career in India due to the difficulty level of NEET. They then move to universities in abroad to complete their MBBS degree. It has been observed that the difficulty and cost of medical courses vary with countries and this is the primary reason for student migration.
Note- You can access NEET syllabus from here as well as the official site of NTA.
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According to stats, of the total students who study in foreign universities, only 15-25% doctors manage to clear NEET eligibility clause for foreigners. There is a screening test that the Medical Council of India conducts. All doctors must clear this screening test in order to gain a certificate of practice.
What can be done about NEET Eligibility clause for foreigners?
A reformation in the NEET Eligibility clause for foreigners will increase the number of certified doctors in the country. If the minimum score in MBBS degree is increased, there are chances of increase in the number of students clearing the MCI screening. But, so far the implementation is ineffective due to the lack of approval from the authority in India and the universities abroad.
On November 19, 2018 the Madras High Court issued a stay on the NEET eligibility clause for foreigners. A notice was issued to the Centre, the Tamil Nadu Medical Council and the state government. The next hearing on this case is scheduled for December 17, 2018. Till then, eligibility for doctors with degree from foreign countries is 80%.
NEET PG 2020 is conducted successfully on January 5, 2020. NBA has issued the result for NEET PG 2020 on January 31 on the official site. Candidates can download the list of successful students from nbe.edu.in. The shortlisted candidates will be called for the counselling process.
To download list of shortlisted candidates in NEET PG 2020, click here
NEET PG is meant for admission into MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma courses for the academic session 2020. The exam is conducted annually by NBE (National Board of Examinations). NEET PG 2020 Application form could be submitted from November 1 to November 21, 2019.
Eligible candidates need to visit the official site of NBE at nbe.edu.in and register themselves for filling the NEET PG 2020 Application form. Those who have a MBBS degree or provisional MBBS pass certificate recognized by MCI can apply for NEET PG 2020. You must have completed one year of internship on or before March 31, 2020 to be eligible.
National Board of Examinations (NBE) has published the list of NEET PG Exam Centres on official site. Different cities from across the country have been selected as the exam centres to make the preference easier for applicants. NEET PG 2019 Exam Centres must be indicated at the time of filling-in online application.
Candidates are allowed to indicate a maximum of three preferences at the time of selecting exam centres. All the centres will be allotted on the first cum first serve basis. The final allotted centre will be printed on NEET PG 2019 Admit Card.
NBE reserves the complete right to modify or cancel any allotted exam centre in case of unforeseen circumstances. The new centres in such cases will be intimated via official site and leading newspapers within due time. No request will be entertained for the change of examination centre post allotment.
NEET is the national eligibility cum entrance test for medical aspirants seeking admission to MBBS and BDS programs across any medical college or university in the country. NTA (National testing Agency) will be the new conducting body for the exam. NEET 2020 scheduled for May 03 in pen and paper based mode. With all the chaos amidst new notifications and press releases, here are few important things that all NEET aspirants must be aware of this year before applying.
The competition is really tough as nearly 12.5 lakh candidates take the exam every year across several thousand centers in the country which is expected to rise further in the coming years. Beyond preparation and hard work, a NEET 2020 aspirant must be also aware about these important aspects in the overall admission process.
7 Key Things to Know for NEET Aspirants
1. What is the scheduled date for the examination?
NEET 2020 will be conducted in the month of May dated on 3th in offline mode. The scheduled date will not be changed even if it is a national holiday.
2. When and where do I fill the application form for the exam?
Candidates will have to fill an online application form by 11.50 pm on Friday, December 2nd. Applications can only be filled online.
Candidates will have to keep four copies of the confirmation page of the online application, proof of fee paid (i.e., bank transaction details supported by confirmation page), at least 5 copies of an identical passport size photograph that was scanned and uploaded on the online application.
For the very first time, the NTA has allowed the candidates to correct window between January 14 and January 31, 2020. Corrections shall be permitted after that date.
The fee for students who fall under unreserved is Rs. 1,500 and the fee for unreserved-EWS and other backward classes (OBC) is Rs 1,400 while the fee for students who fall under SC/ST/PwD/ Transgender is at Rs 800.
The last date for payment of fees is on the 9 February 2020.
IIT-PAL (Professor Assisted Learning) Video Lectures are uploaded on the official site of NTA for NEET 2020 and JEE Main aspirants. NEET 2020 Videos Lectures are meant to provide expert guidance as the organizing authority and HRD ministry aims to provide free yet high quality coaching to medical aspirants from various socio-economic backgrounds.
All the IIT PAL videos are divided into various segments/topics of different subjects. With widespread availability of budget smart phones and internet, online learning assistance and curriculums will surely offer a better alternative to conventional coaching centres that are both costly and time-bound.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET 2020 is being organized by NTA (National Testing Agency) for admission into MBBS, BDS and Ayush courses in various colleges across the country. NEET 2020 is scheduled for May 03, 2020 from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm. NEET Application Form can be filled from November 01 to November 30 at ntaneet.nic.in.
How to Access NEET 2020 Video Lectures?
Students can easily access NEET 2020 Video Lectures lectures by visiting the official website of NTA – nta.ac.in and then click on ‘Content-Based Lectures for JEE Main and NEET UG by IIT Professors / Subject Experts’. You can watch any of the videos from the following categories –
- Physics IIT-PAL
- Chemistry IIT-PAL
- Biology IIT-PAL
The videos are labelled according to the subjects and are hosted on YouTube. These videos can relieve students from searching for various online sources and utilise their time to learn more about the topics from some of the best teachers in the country. To make more accessible, IIT PAL lectures for NEET can be also viewed on the SWAYAM App on smartphones.