If you want to become a doctor in India, we will tell you What is NEET-2020 And Eligibility. NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test).It is a qualifying entrance exam to take admission in more than 66000 seats of medical-related MBBS and BDS across India.
Students clearing this exam get admission to these courses. NTA (National Testing Agency) NEET gets the exam done. NEET exam occurs at two levels UG and PG. NEET UG At the level, there is an entrance test for a medical effort like MBBS and BDS, while in the NEET PG level, there is an entrance test for the MS and MD medical courses. This exam is conducted every year for admission to about 479 medical colleges in the country.
NEET exam Guidelines
Before the NEET, there used to be 90 different examinations for taking admission in medical courses in India. AIPMT was administered by CBSE. And along with this, every state also got different medical entrance tests. Due to which there was a lot of preparation pressure on each student.Whereas along with every exam, there was a lot of expense to apply for application fees and entrance tests.NEET exam was introduced to remove this financial burden and prevent wasting of time.
NEET replaced AIPMT and State Level CET like Delhi -PMT, MHCET, RPMT, AEMCET.
It is a single-stage exam and it is offline. In the coming years, the exam will be offline or online, it is not decided yet. It is also possible that the next NEET should be twice a year instead of once. The duration of this exam is 3 hours. It has objective type questions and negative marking. To sit in this exam, 12th should be subject to Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Bio-Technology, and this exam consists of questions of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany, Zoology) subject.
The age of the candidate for this exam should be at least 17 years while there is no upper age limit for this exam. To qualify in this exam, a candidate from the Unreserved category is required to bring a minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology subject in class 12th, whereas for OBC, SC, and ST candidates it is 40%. Candidate needs to be Indian