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NEET 2017 to be Conducted in 8 Regional Languages

NEET 2017

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Under Graduate (NEET UG) 2017 will be held in eight different regional languages namely – Assamese, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Oriya – in addition to English and Hindi.

“Under the directions of Health Minister J.P. Nadda, and after rigorous and extensive consultations with state governments about their examination pattern and other related aspects, it has been decided that the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) from AY 2017-18 will be conducted in following 8 languages,” said a statement.

Aadhaar Card is a Must for Taking NEET 2017

Neet Exam 2017

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to use Aadhaar number to establish the identity of an individual. The students who are Indian nationals, ordinary residents or citizens of India will have to produce the details given on Aadhaar card while filling the NEET Exam 2017 application form. This is a good way to ensure the accuracy of details entered by the candidates. “There are a lot of students who do not provide proper addresses hence Aadhaar is a good mandate for NEET Exam 2017. The move is for the welfare of the applicants as well as the education board,” said T Balakrishna, chairman and managing director, Venkat International Public School & Group of Institutions.

CBSE to conduct NEET UG 2017 on May 7

NEET UG 2017

There have been a lot of speculations about the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Undergraduate (UG) examination date over the last few weeks. Putting an end to all these conjectures, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally announced the date. NEET UG 2017 will be held on the 7th of May across 80 cities.

The online application forms for NEET UG 2017 were out yesterday that is the 31st of January 2017 and need to be submitted by the 1st of March. The examination shall be conducted at 1,500 centres in different parts of the country and more than 10 lakh medical aspirants are expected to appear for the same.

NEET 2017 Things to Remember while Filling the Application

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The application forms for NEET UG 2017 are finally out and the last date announced for the submission of the same is March 1. You must be very cautious while filling up the form so that it doesn’t get rejected or you don’t have to waste time correcting it. Here are a few things that should help you fill the online application form accurately:

• Eligibility
You must be at least 17 and maximum 25 years old in order to be eligible to appear for this exam.
You should have cleared the class 12th exams from a recognized institute.
You should not have appeared for the exam thrice already.

All You Need to Know about Neet 2017

Neet 2017

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, is held to shortlist candidates for graduate and postgraduate medical courses in private and government colleges across the country. Lakhs of students appear for this exam each year but only a few are able to seek admission in their dream college. If you are planning to appear for NEET 2017 then here is all you need to know about the upcoming exam:

  • The application form for NEET 2017 isn’t out yet. Though there is no notification about it on the official website www.cbseneet.nic.in it is likely to be out soon probably in the last week of January.

NEET 2016 Results Declared

NEET 2016 Results

The much awaited National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) result is out for phase 1 and 2. The Central Board of Secondary Education has declared the result today, that is, on the 17th of August.
NEET is set to select students for admission in top medical colleges across the country. It was proposed to replace AIPMT with NEET in the year 2012 however this proposal incurred a lot of criticism and opposition. As many as 80 cases were filed to oppose this test out of which two were filed by the state governments and the rest by minority and private institutes.

Good Revision Techniques Student Must Follow

We often plan a schedule to cover our syllabus before the exam and leave a very little time for revision. Most students tend to take the revision period lightly believing they have already covered the entire syllabus and are well-versed with it. However, this is wrong. Revision is of utmost importance and planning it properly is the key to success. Here are 6 excellent revision techniques to help you memorise your lessons thoroughly.

Simple Yet Effective Preparation Tips for NEET-2 Students

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test or NEET, as it is popularly known as, has been implemented to select students for admission to different medical and dental courses in some of the most reputed colleges across the country. For NEET 2, which is to be conducted on the 24th of July, CBSE is not only inviting applications from new candidates but is also accepting applications from those who have appeared in NEET Phase 1 but were unable to get through it. The exam is going to be tough and with just around two months left for it, you must prepare thoroughly. Here are a few simple yet effective tips to help you prepare efficiently:

1. Get the Syllabus Right
Before you begin your preparation for NEET 2, it is suggested to get complete information about the entire syllabus in order to understand its vastness as well as the kind of topics that are to be covered.

Best Books to Study Biology for AIPMT Exam Preparations

All India Pre-Medical Test or AIPMT, as it is popularly known as, is conducted to give admission in government affiliated dental and medical college. It is held at all India level and lakhs of students sit for it each year. This year round about 6.67 lakh students sat for AIPMT to compete for around 2500 MBBS and 400 dental seats.
This is one of the toughest medical entrance examinations and it requires proper guidance and utmost determination to get through it. It is thus important for you to seek coaching from a good institute and ensure enough time for self study and self assessment if you are seriously aiming to clear it.
AIPMT tests your knowledge in three subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Biology. If you are looking for guidance on the books you can refer for Biology then here are some of the best books available in the market:

CBSE AIPMT 2016: Know the complete schedule here

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) on May 1.
The candidates can check the detailed schedule below:

• The last date to apply for AIPMT 2016 without late fee is January 8
• The last date for successful final transaction of fee by credit card/debit card is January 12
• The last date for successful final transaction of fee only by e-challan is January 12
• The last date for successful final transaction of fee, with late fee, by credit card/debit card is February 10
• The last date for successful final transaction of fee, with late fee, only by e-challan is February 10
• Download of admit cards: April 1
• Date of AIPMT: May 1
• Display of OMR sheet: Between May 19 to May 23 (For any three days)
• Display of answer key: May 24 to May 26
• Declaration of results: June 5 (tentative)

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