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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!
Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has released the final list of seat allotment for NEET 2020 (UG) Counselling for Round 1 on 7th November 2020. The MBBS and BDS seats under 15% All India Quota have been allotted to candidates as per their preferences provided during choice filling. This year NEET Counselling includes deemed & central universities, along with AIIMS, JIPMER, ESIC and AFMC seats under 15% AIQ.
Candidates can now also download the seat allotment letter and report to their allotted colleges for completing requisite formalities. As per the official letter, candidates were advised to wait till the final result to report at colleges as provisional allotment is subject to changes.
Reporting To Medical / Dental Colleges
Candidates can report to the allotted institutes from November 6 to 12, 2020. Those who do not report will lose their allotted seat. The process of reporting might be altered with certain safety guidelines due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Documents that must be submitted at colleges while reporting are given below-
- Allotment Letter issued by MCC
- Admit Cards of Exam issued by NTA
- Result / Rank letter issued by NTA
- Date of Birth Certificate (if Matric Certificate does not bear the same)
- Class 10th Certificate
- Class 10+2 Certificate
- Class 10+2 Marks Sheet
- Eight (8) Passport size photographs – same as affixed on the application form
- Provisional allotment letter generated on-line.
- Proof of identity (Aadhar/ PAN/ Driving Licence/ Passport)
- For NRI/ OCI candidates appearing for Deemed Universities following documents are mandatory:
- Passport copy of sponsorer, embassy certificate
- Sponsorship affidavit (stating that sponsor is ready to bear the expenses for the whole duration of study)
- Relationship Affidavit (Relation of Candidate with the sponsor)
Do note that the original documents along with attested photocopies must be provided during reporting or admission at the institute. In case a candidate has availed benefit or certain category, he/she must also submit the category certificate.
What After Round 1 Seat Allotment?
The reporting for colleges allotted in round 1 of NEET Counselling ends on 12th November 2020.
- Soon after this, Round 2 process will commence from 18th November 2020.
- Reporting for seats allotted in round 2 will close on 2nd December 2020.
- Mop-up round counselling will be conducted from 10th December 2020 for seats in Deemed, Central University, ESIC, AIIMS & JIPMER.
- In case of seats left vacant after both rounds, Stray vacancy round will be conducted from 27th to 31st December 2020.
The application form correction window of NEET-UG 2020 is open yet again. Aspirants who have appeared in the exam on 13th September can correct a few details again by visiting the official website. Adding to it, the NEET 2020 Result is likely to be out by 12th October.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) published a notice regarding this decision as most aspirants faced hardships to access NEET Form Corrections window earlier.
Aspirants who have taken the NEET 2020 UG can make the corrections online on the official portal – www.ntaneet.nic.in. The deadline for form correction is 30th September 2020, until 5 pm. Aspirants can, however, pay the fee only by 11.50 pm on 30th September. Scrolling down, you will find the details about the fields that can be corrected.
NEET Form Correction: What Fields Can Be Corrected?
With this facility, specific details can be corrected by the candidates once again on the official website. Mentioned below are the particulars on the NEET UG 2020 registration form that NTA is allowing to make corrections are:
- Name of Mother
- Name of Father
- Candidate’s Gender
- Candidate’s Category
- Mention Disability (if any)
- State Code of Eligibility
- Nationality of the Candidate
For other updates related to NEET 2020, aspirants must visit the NEET’s official portal. Aspirants can also contact the following numbers for any queries related to NEET UG 2020 exam – 8700028512, 8178359845, 9650173668, 9599676953, 8882356803.
It was mandatory for all MBBS aspiring students to take the NEET (UG) exam before pursuing their graduation from a foreign institute or university. However, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has made an exception this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, following which students can skip NEET 2020 exam on 13th September 2020.
However, this exception does have a condition i.e. students must qualify in NEET (UG) 2020 or NEET (UG) 2021.
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- As per MCI, “If the student fails to qualify in NEET, the decision to further pursue the medical course in a Foreign Institute would be at his/her own risk. The student will not be allowed to take the MCI Screening Test or FMGE Exam. Further, the State Medical Council or MCI will not grant them the licence of Registered Medical Practitioner.”
The rule of mandatorily qualifying NEET 2020 for pursuing MBBS from a foreign college or university was brought by MCI in 2018. Today, a large number of students hope to pursue their education in medical fields from countries like Russia, Hong Kong, China, Germany, USA and more.
The admissions to the foreign universities usually begin soon and NEET 2020 has already been delayed thrice. Moreover, international travel has been banned amid the COVID-19 pandemic, due to which even after qualifying NEET 2020, students might not be able to travel abroad for education. This was making it difficult for students to take a firm decision regarding their higher education.
Also, all the students must fulfil the criteria under the “Eligibility Requirement for Taking Admission in an Undergraduate Medical Course in a Foreign Medical Institution Regulations, 2002”.
NEET 2020 is scheduled for 13th September 2020. It will be conducted in a single shift in around 6000 exam centres. The total number of participants for NEET this year are expected to be around 15 lakhs.
While, National Testing Agency (NTA) is firm on their decision of conducting JEE Main 2020, six states who filed review petition, are firm to get NEET 2020 postponed. The hearing for the review petition will be heard by the Supreme Court of India at 1:30 PM.
The review petition has been filed on the decision taken by the Supreme Court on not postponing the NEET 2020 and JEE Main exam, specially when COVID-19 cases are rising every day by 80,000. The apex court rejected the plea citing that not conducting entrance exams will put the “Career of students at peril.”
A three-judge panel led by Justice Ashok Bushan will hear the review plea today. The plea was filed by the following opposition states-
- Maharashtra (Uday Ravindra Sawant)
- West Bengal (Moloy Ghatak)
- Chhattisgarh (Amarjeet Bhagat)
- Jharkhand (Rameshwar Oraon),
- Rajasthan (Raghu Sharma),
- Punjab (B S Sidhu)
Dear #NEET_JEE Friends,
Tomorrow at 1.30 PM, a 3-Judge Bench led by Hon’ble Justice Ashok Bhushan, will consider 3 Review Petitions seeking #POSTPONEJEE_NEET
Hon’ble Justice Ashok Bhushan had recently allowed States to Postpone #UGC final year Exams.
Let’s hope for the Best🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/rz1ZYAqfA1
— Alakh Alok Srivastava (@advocate_alakh) September 3, 2020
West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamta Banerjee, on Tuesday said that more than 75% students were absent for JEE Main 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is to be noted that JEE Main 2020 is being conducted in several shifts in a span of 6 days i.e. 1st to 6th September.
While on the other hand, NEET 2020 will be conducted in a single shift on 13th September only. Moreover, the number of candidates for NEET 2020 are much higher around 15 lakhs, while for JEE the number is only 8.5 lakhs.
To get admission into the dream medical college and course, the students have to first clear the NEET entrance exam. Many students appear for the examination every year, but only a few get into the top medical courses after 12th.
But this brings up an important question. What are the various medical courses offered after 12th exams? What can NEET 2021 offer in medical courses after 12th? Are MBBS and BDS the only two medical courses after 12th? What are the best courses in the medical field? And what are the career options when NEET is not cleared?
To make your work a bit easy and less stressful, we are here to give you more options for medical courses after 12th. Let us talk more about it because it is always better to keep your vision as clear as possible. Through this article, we have tried to highlight all the essential medical courses after 12th which students can opt using NEET 2021 scores. These medical courses will benefit both the selected as well as the non-selected participants of NEET 2021.
Medical Courses After 12th for NEET Participants
Admission to various colleges in these courses is done through NEET Counselling only. A large number of aspirants are only aware of MBBS and BDS courses offered by major colleges. But there are various other courses that a NEET aspirant can opt for. For example, Allopathy is still a growing concept in India. Meanwhile, the Government promotes AYUSH courses which are a great alternative to allopathy. Let us talk about the various medical courses after 12th. Given below is a list of courses under NEET 2021. Candidates can pursue these courses after qualifying NEET 2021.
Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Medicine – MBBS
- Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Medicine (MBBS), is among the most distinguished graduate degrees to pursue a career in the medical field.
- This is one of the most sought after medical courses after 12th, which is a combination of two professional certificates – medicine and surgery, offered by the country’s government and private colleges.
- Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Medicine (MBBS), is designed for five years. 4 years of academic education and 1 year of compulsory internship at a hospital.
- It includes courses with Basic, Pre, and Paramedical subjects. In these five years of duration, the students are also required to complete twelve months of compulsory internship.
- The entrance examination NEET has a total of 83,075 MBBS seats. So the interested students can enroll themselves on these seats if they clear the NEET 2021 cut off.
Doctors are reputed and praised by all of society. An MBBS graduate from a good government college can easily earn more than 6 LPA during the 12-month internship. The best part about graduating as an MBBS from a govt. college is the high ROI and various perks associated with their government jobs.
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Bachelor of Dental Surgery – BDS
- Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) is another course with excellent medical facilities. This course is a fully-fledged course of five years duration.
- This includes 4 years of academic education and 1 year of compulsory internship.
- They also provide the students with an internship program offered through NEET.
After the completion of this course, students are certified as Dentists. They can take up their own practice or work as a dentist in any public/private hospital. There are other professions that one can practice from this degree. The average salary ranges from 4.8 to 6 lac p.a. Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) is regulated by the Dental Council of India (DCI) as per The Dentists Act, 1948.
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery – (BAMS)
- Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) is a hilly course focused on ayurvedic medicine after class 12th.
- This course is a fully-fledged course of five and a half years. They also provide the students with an internship program for a year.
This course has excellent opportunities for graduate aspirants. After their graduation, they can either continue general practice or can appear for M.D. Ayurveda.
Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery – (BHMS)
- Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) is a professional graduate degree in Homeopathy in Kolkata, West Bengal.
- This course is a fully-fledged course of five and a half years.
- They also provide the students with an internship program for a year.
- The aspirants doing BHMS as their medical course after 12th can choose any specialization. To name a few Homeopathic Pharmacy, Psychiatry, Pediatrics, Skin specialist, and others.
This course has excellent opportunities for graduate aspirants. The aspirants can start their clinic or work with the multi-specialty chain.
Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery – BUMS
- Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (BUMS) is a graduate degree program.
- BUMS degree is a fully-fledged course of five and a half years.
- They also provide the students with an internship program for one year.
- This undergraduate program gives a particular facility for completing the course through distance.
After getting a BUMS degree, the students can do private practice and open their clinic. Many hospital chains also require doctors with a speciality in Unani Medical and Surgery. Due to low competition, salary and scope of growth are pretty high.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy – B.Pth or BPT
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy – B.Pth or BPT is a hilly course in medical science known for Physiotherapy.
- As the duration is four and a half years, and six months is a mandatory internship for all the students.
This course has excellent opportunities for graduate aspirants. The aspirants can also work as employees in hospitals, fitness centers, private clinics, health institutes, etc.
Bachelor of Veterinary Science – B.VSc
- Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B.VSc) is a graduation course for students who want theoretical and practical knowledge to assist veterinary doctors in their laboratory.
- The duration is five years, and the course deals in prevention, diagnosis, and prevention of disease, disorder, and injury in animals.
After getting a B.VSc degree, the students can find employment in government as well as private veterinary hospitals.
Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yoga – BNYS
- Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yoga (BNYS) is a graduation in the field of medicine.
- This course will teach the students about both naturopathic medicine and modern science.
- The course’s total duration is four years and six months, with one year of compulsory internship.
A person with a BNYS degree can practice as a General Practitioner or can also become a lecturer in different and renowned medical colleges.
Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery – BSMS
- Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery(BSMS) is conducted and governed by the body of Health and Family Welfare.
- The course is a five and a half years course with one year of internship.
- It is also a very well designed course for medical aspirants.
A person with a BSMS degree can practice as a General Practitioner or can practice as a lecturer in various medical universities. They can be employed as a doctor in government hospitals.
Scope beyond the Medical Entrance Examination
Even if the aspirants do not clear the NEET 2021 examination, they have other alternative medical courses which the candidates can choose to become doctors. The medical courses diploma list without NEET includes Operational Therapy, BSc Biotechnology, Bachelor of Respiratory Therapy, and others. In this article, we have highlighted all the medical courses after 12th class examination that you can opt with the help of NEET 2021 examination.
To get themselves placed in any medical courses and colleges, the students should fulfil the essential eligibility criteria. The students can sit for the entrance examination if they have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (PCB) in their class 12.
Different types of Medicine Courses in India
Some of the most prominent all-time medical courses after 12th without NEET that can be pursued by the students are mentioned below:
- Bachelor of Science in Microbiology (Non-Clinical)
- Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Biomedical Engineering
- Bachelor of Respiratory Therapy
- Bachelor in Psychology
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Healthcare Management
- Bachelor of Science in Cardiac or Cardiovascular Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology
So keep trying even if you do not secure the best college with the NEET 2021 examination. There is always a better opportunity in life. All the best.
Ques: Can I get admission to AIIMS based on Class 12th marks?
Answer: No, it is not possible to get admission in AIIMS on the basis of Class 12th marks.
Ques: Is it compulsory to have studied Mathematics to appear for NEET 2021?
Answer: No, Mathematics is not compulsory for Class 12th.
Ques: Is it possible to clear NEET with the preparation of 2 months?
Answer: Yes, you can clear NEET 2021 if you do a thorough preparation even in 2 months. You just need to devote longer hours and be more concentrated.
Ques: I am 25 years old. Can I appear for NEET 2021?
Answer: Yes, the upper age limit for NEET 2021 has been removed so you can appear for NEET 2021.
NEET UG 2021 aspirants can now download the NEET previous year question papers here. Solving these NEET question papers will be wise for the students as these will help them practice in a better way.
- First, you complete your NEET 2021 syllabus on time. Then, begin solving these question papers to understand the question pattern, exam pattern, weightage of the syllabus and the difficulty level.
- Don’t forget to solve NEET 2021 sample papers before the exam that is most likely to be conducted on 2nd May 2021 for 2021-2022 academic session.
NEET 2021 Syllabus is the same as the previous year and no rumored changes have taken place. In addition, the governing body has not brought any changes in the NEET 2021 exam pattern. It is a tough exam and requires rigorous practice with proper time management so candidates are advised to prepare for NEET 2021 with full dedication.
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NEET 2020 Question Papers (Official)
Here are all the NEET 2020 Question Papers uploaded by NTA on its website. Aspiring students can download the same below-
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NEET Previous Year Question Papers
Solving NEET Previous Year Question Papers help students to score good and to improve their rank in the NEET 2021 Merit list. NEET question papers from the past few years are available here along with their solutions and official answer key. Students can download the NEET previous year question papers 2021 pdf for free.
NEET Question Papers PDFs 2019-2018
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|2019||P1 to P6||P1||Download|
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|S1 to S6||S1||Download|
|H1 & G1||H1||Download|
|2018||AA to FF||AA||Download|
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|PP to SS||PP||Download|
|WW to ZZ||WW||Download|
NEET Previous Years Question Papers PDFs 2017-2012
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|2017||Question Paper – A/ B/ C/ D||Code-A||Download|
|Question Paper – P/ Q/ R/ S||Code-P||Download|
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|2016||NEET 2016 Phase I||Code-A/ P/ W||Download|
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|2015||NEET 2015 Phase I||Code-A||–|
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Check | NEET 2021 Mock Test
NEET 2021 Question Paper: Language Options
The aspirants can choose their preferred language, while filling the NEET 2021 Application form. NEET question papers are available in eleven different languages.
How can practicing NEET previous year question papers benefit you?
With the help of NEET previous year question papers, students can analyze their preparation, difficulty level of the questions, distribution of questions, marking scheme and number of questions asked in the paper.
- Analyzing Preparation: Solving NEET question papers give the aspirants an idea about the overall preparation. Giving some time after solving the whole paper will help them in knowing their weak points.
- Difficulty Level: Along with improving your skills, you can also work on solving sets with high levels of difficulty. It shows how questions can be merged and how difficult some calculations might be, in order to understand which questions you can skip.
- Distribution of Questions: Although questions from almost all topics are asked in NEET, it is better to prepare for the NEET important topics which might have had heavy weightage for the past two years.
- Marking Scheme: Marking scheme is not much of a hidden fact. But, what’s more, important is how it can affect your overall score. When you finally calculate your scores, you realise how you could improve your rank by NOT attempting questions blindly or just by guessing, which could reduce your score by 1 mark, if gone wrong.
- Exam-like Situation: To adapt yourself, you must solve maximum papers in a time frame of 3 hours on an OMR sheet. It is difficult to sit in one place for over 3 hours including the time taken for frisking and other formalities. Solving previous yearS question papers of NEET can help you with this.
NEET 2021 Exam Pattern
Students are advised to follow the NEET 2021 Exam pattern for better preparation. A brief idea of the exam pattern is listed below, so that you can understand better with the help of the previous years question papers of NEET above.
- Mode of Exam: Offline (Pen and paper based)
- Time: 180 minutes
- Type of Questions: MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
- Total Questions: 180
- Sections: Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology)
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In a nutshell, NEET previous year question papers are beneficial to identify the number of repetition of the topics. Based on the strength, the aspirants can practice and revise the NEET important topics accordingly.
Previous Year Question Papers of NEET FAQs
Ans The difficulty level of paper depends upon its Preparation level. Last year the difficulty level was Moderate.
Ans Chances of repetition are quite low.
Ans NEET question paper will be conducted in 11 languages- English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Oriya and Urdu
Ans On an average 80-85% questions are asked from the NCERT Books.